That article just scares me. A card he would like to bring into MTGPQ? Shaharazad! Does he never learn? Looping and recursion have been some of the biggest problems in this game. REALLY, REALLY NO. This should never happen. It's also clear that his 'hardcore paper' players that are advising him need to be replaced. Every set there are huge misses in intent on cards between paper and PQ, these advisers are not doing a very good job.
Or possibly Shteev and the interviewee are the same person.
JC seems to admit his mistakes and attempt to adapt, which are good qualities.
Perhaps he doesn't move at the pace the community demands but at least we seem to be moving in the right direction.