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Fresh update on "ashburn" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:17 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ashburn" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Starting for meteorologist Lauren Rickets today is going to be very similar to yesterday. Maybe a degree or two warmer Today. Temperatures are going to be in the low nineties feeling like the mid to upper nineties now plenty of sunshine around today. One thing I want to mention if you're in the Baltimore area. Including Howard County and a rebel county Carroll County. That's where we have an air quality of alert code orange for those areas So again limit your time outside, especially for sensitive groups back here, closer to the D. C area again playing of sunshine, hot and humid today with low nineties and against chance of a spotty showers. Storms tomorrow similar to today. Plenty of sunshine. Low nineties film like the upper nineties and Get another spotty shower thunderstorm. A frontal system will approach the area Wednesday. Kind of stall out all the way through the weekend, so rain chances increasing through the day on Wednesday. Temperatures in the low nineties were staying the upper eighties to Thursday and Friday with daily rain chances. I'm starting for meteorologist Lauren Rickets. Right now it's 82 degrees in buoy. We've got 80 and Ashburn, the hot spot, Warrenton 86 degrees there. Thiss is w t o p your source for today's top news, traffic and weather, always connected and constantly updated in your car at home at.

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Washington releases RB Guice after domestic violence arrest

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 2 d ago

Washington releases RB Guice after domestic violence arrest

"Has released one of its running backs after he was arrested on criminal charges. 23 year old Washington football team running back Darius Geiss has been released from the team after he was arrested by the Loudon County Sheriff's Office on multiple domestic violence charges. The NFL team released a statement saying that they met with Geiss and decided to release him from the team immediately. The charges include strangulation, which is a felony, three counts of assault and battery on one count of destruction. Property. They say the charges stem from three domestic related incidents at his home in Ashburn in February, March In April, he turned himself into authorities and was released on a $10,000 bond Guys. A second round pick, was preparing for his third season in the league. His career has been derailed by injuries, including a CLM meniscus terrors, Valerie Bonked w T O P

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No US Open for Nadal; Olympics Re-Lived: 2004 Athens

The Tennis Podcast

04:57 min | 4 d ago

No US Open for Nadal; Olympics Re-Lived: 2004 Athens

"Fellow folks, and welcome. Once again to the tennis podcast and the latest edition of Olympics relived, we've already lived through the Olympics nine, hundred, Eighty, eight, three to the two thousand in Sydney, and we now arrive at two thousand four Athens Olympics return to it, spurs place one, hundred, four years earlier just before we get onto reliving. Olympic things a little bit of news to one since our last weekly tennis actual tennis based podcast couple of days ago. The knees we've had is the entry list is out for the US Open. And Rafael. Nadal is not on it. He has made an announcement that he will not be playing the USA Open. It is for health risk based reasons, which I think we'll. We'll respect that obviously disappointing for the tournament that that won't be their first. Grand, Slam with neither federal known adult, since Nineteen Ninety nine on the women's side nine. If the world's top turn on the entry list, it's only a number one ashburn on it. Obviously, entry list does not mean list of players that are actually definitely going to play. But it's nonetheless, you know this early stage, a bit of beast for the US Open, and the other bit of News we've had is that. As entirely expected at the Madrid Masters and premium mandatory tournament has been canceled. I. Mean the writing on the wall. That as we discussed on Monday, but it has been formally cancelled. We do understand there's a chance that Kitsch Buell, which is tournament that must get mentioned on every tennis podcast apparently. Might. Now, move. Back a week to take up that place in the calendar where Madrid. We're going to be of I said that quickly enough so that we can move onto Olympic stuff. Is Seen as possible. I mean there are a lot of good players. All over those interests, and as you say, who knows how many of them will end up playing but him and we we knew that the likelihood was the Dow wasn't gonNA play. There was maybe a little bit of doubt about that. When Madrid was canceled perhaps Nadal might have changed his mind, but you said it's at the time you felt that if it was a view on the virus itself and not wanting to travel and it's not going to change and sure enough he made it clear that it was because of his concerns over the virus, he just feels the world isn't ready for that and he's He's not comfortable to travel. I did sort of slightly Riley. Smile. When I saw the pressure relation, the US not even including the dowels name in the release, not even acknowledging that they're defending their reigning champion was not actually going to be there because of the decision he taken and yet they did mention that Roger Federer wasn't going to be there because of his injury I thought that was poor. I think just acknowledging the champion would have been a classier thing to have done, and actually I noticed in Chris. Clarity's piece overnight in the new. York Times that he spoke to the tournament Director Stacey Allaster who? took a completely different tack and pay tribute to refer and said, she looked forward to returning and I think that that is certainly the right way to of played that. But yeah. We've also seen one or two notes overnight of the protocols that the USDA plan to. Employ for covid nineteen testing, and if somebody tests positive in a team or an or apply themselves, the play will just be removed from the tournament and we'll have to isolate and. The words of James Blake really came back to me are upon reading those rules of just what it might take even for the tournaments if it had a lot of. People testing positive in having to be removed from the drawer. How many Coulda draw take you know this? This something I hadn't really considered before and if you're staying independent accommodation, so electing not to stay in the. Official bubble hotels. Then you have to pay for and be responsible for private security to monitor your bubble adherents. which is intense but space slightly reassuring. But goodness me, it's. Any ad, the question remains unanswered of of what the threshold is for that tournament. What's what stage does D stop treating individual cases and start saying as a? Hot Sports that needs to be needs to be shut down and his depressing is that. Prospect. is they they need to have a plan for that scenario?

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"ashburn" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:36 min | 3 weeks ago

"ashburn" Discussed on WTOP

"The latest scandal out in Ashburn apparently is not going to be damaging enough for owner Daniel Snyder of the Washing Football club to sell the team. So, says The Washington Post reporting that the NFL will seriously consider finding Washington's team following accusations from 15 women of sexual harassment and verbal abuse against former club officials and the league will consider disciplinary measures against the individuals involved. But the league reportedly and fellow team owners are not expected to take formal steps to attempt to sway owner Daniel Snyder to sell the franchise. That's according to multiple sources in an article In the Washington Post game developer. Electronic Arts E A sports It's gonna alter the upcoming release of Madden NFL 21 to remove logo's and the team name of the Washington football team after the latest announcement of the team, changing its nickname, Making The Cut and back is Howie Kendrick, the hero of the World Series for the Nationals. He's out of quarantine. He is back with the ball club. He's ready to go after a lengthy lay off, you know, have a little golf. Putting matter had yet to hit into. So I was hitting. While I was at home still, so I still have that to do You know what? Netflix Nowadays you can pretty much kill a lot of time. Frank Hand Rando vids Seop Sports ahead on W GOP. You know all about the various debates about statues across the country There is now a living statue in our area. What is that? We'll find out coming up after traffic and weather. Would you believe it? If I told you I look forward to getting on this scale each week..

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President Trump speaks out against Washington DC Mayor Bowser and the Confederate General Albert Pike statue being torn down

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00:53 sec | Last month

President Trump speaks out against Washington DC Mayor Bowser and the Confederate General Albert Pike statue being torn down

"Feuding continues discounters wants between you to president remain Donald Trump safe and without DC having mayor to put Muriel Bowser your life on president trump slamming that's her why at his we created rally in Tulsa yesterday consultation saying she to get did things nothing started to stop right away protesters from tearing down a statue get back to of normal Confederate general the Albert prosecutor pike get on the June ground eighteenth running they ripped down kitchen his statue that was a hundred and ten right years now old with remote consultation a piece of art at cabin in front the of the police precinct show rooms with are open our radical by they're Asians hours watching and phone numbers on television we're not happy that's going to be very expensive for DC they're always looking for money we need more money we always are your more aches money and pains slowing and you down then they don't are do you tired the of proper taking meds job or fear the thought so of surgery it's not gonna be get good to the for root of your health condition at core concepts their browsers chiropractic the by rally rebel was the in first Ashburn since our goal the pandemic is to help began patients naturally the crowd was without smaller the use than anticipated of medicine or surgery prompting campaign I feel like staffers yourself again to cancel take an the outdoor first rally step towards natural for an overflow health and wellness crowd schedule an

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NFL teams can reopen training facilities with government OK

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

01:10 min | 2 months ago

NFL teams can reopen training facilities with government OK

"Carol this is big news today too for the NFL they claim that they're going to be able to speak to start re opening facilities around the country so long as local and state governments permit that these facilities Carol it he's like practice training facilities Ashburn where the Redskins are the whole facility there's practice field there's the work out the training centers locker room and then there's a practice bubble that's all been closed off completely since March so this would be the first day that can still be spiked this one teams will be able to go in there and have individual workouts although I will tell you that what I'm hearing like Redskins and it's very common that two days you can be limited personnel like staff no coaches no players yet they're gonna gradually re opened so it's not gonna be like boom everybody's back doing nothing but it's just the first step I think they just want to really try to do this responsibly and know that there's a little risk but not do anything you know to possibly satisfactory it's gonna be a very slow process the NFL but it's a good important

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"ashburn" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:13 min | 3 months ago

"ashburn" Discussed on WTOP

"WTOP traffic freeze warning posted later tonight for a northwestern suburbs including Frederick Ashburn Germantown a Warrington upper twenties by gone there as for the district probably around forty tonight as the rain will come to an end could be some rumbles of thunder though now is the end of the day on Saturday again that freezing the morning northwest town otherwise sun and clouds windy and cold only low to mid fifties Winchell's in the twenties and thirties a freeze watch tomorrow night for northwest suburbs generally speaking will be into the thirties in Talbot upper twenties in suburbs low to mid sixties by mother's day afternoon Monday sunshine with some clouds few showers sixty degrees sunshine Tuesday low sixties I'm something for meteorologist you prince Valerie time we checked storm team four radar we see this storm system getting a little closer to downtown D. you see right now a good portion of Loudon county including at the Leesburg area an area north of Reston Fairfax county is getting a strong storm it's blasting through Germantown and Gaithersburg in Albany and Wheaton and up into Ellicott city in Colombia in Howard County but the system continues to push south and east so pretty soon here as you drive the Montgomery County beltway you'll be driving for some rain if you aren't already and then northwest in northeast DC will be getting some rain in the next five to ten minutes it's fifty two degrees in Washington well speaking of whether we have these storms now because it's going to get cold and unwelcome gift a dreaded polar vortex sweeping into the northeast it's bringing subfreezing temperatures and a rare may snow fall that could leave as much as two inches on the ground in the Berkshire mountains of Massachusetts here in the mid Atlantic it's not gonna be that bad with snow but it won't be great expect cruel blustery winds maybe some wet snowflakes we are a also maybe burying the whole lead here we've got a freeze watch for areas west of ninety five and a freeze warning for the Shenandoah Valley stay with your weather alert station WTOP for traffic and weather on the aids earlier this week for the first time since the Cold War the U. S. navy's sixth fleet what into the Barents Sea just north of Russia the reason is to get comfortable operating there three US navy destroyers the USS Donald cook USS Porter and USS Roosevelt we're joined by fast combat support ship the USNS supply we wanted to make sure that we.

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"ashburn" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:59 min | 3 months ago

"ashburn" Discussed on WTOP

"This year visit one of the eighteen locations today meadows farms makes gardening easy I read a Kessler WTOP traffic let's go live now the storm team four is a Millia draper with the WTO P. four day forecast it's so nice out I think I will risk the pollen today to get out and enjoy the sunshine it's beautiful out there and tree pollen is coming in high but mold spores and grasses are coming in lower today so it's not all that terrible out there as far as the pollen is concerned is getting the latest on her porch thanks to the rain that we had yesterday in the cooler temperatures as well breezy today we warm to near seventy with beautiful sunshine and the sun tomorrow morning will give way to cloudy skies by the mid morning hours with rain showers moving in after noon and then continuing on into the late afternoon and evening hours coming to an end overnight cooler tomorrow with highs around sixty only in the low to mid fifties on eight blustery Saturday we start off with wind chills in the twenties and wind study afternoon only in the thirties and forties out there as we look to Sunday mother's day mostly sunny skies a bit of a breeze and highs in the low to mid sixties so mother's day not looking that but we already have a freeze watch in effect Friday night and Saturday morning for the I. eighty one corridor so heads up there currently we can is coming in at fifty seven degrees Ashburn at fifty seven instead of also at fifty seven thanks a million it's eleven fifty two around up now of coronavirus developments New York mayor bill de Blasio says the city will be expanding anti body testing to combat the spread of corona virus under this program a hundred forty thousand new Yorkers will be given the free test and five sites starting next week over a quarter million antibody tests will be given these are numbers it really starts to add up even against the size of a city as big as ours.

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"ashburn" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:50 min | 4 months ago

"ashburn" Discussed on WTOP

"In Ashburn is eighty one in the plate into this seventy five Washington Reagan national thank you Matt three fifty one deep divisions in Congress are raising questions about when members of the house and Senate will finally agree on new legislation to help the country deal with the covert crisis WTOP's Mitchell Miller is on Capitol Hill Senate will come to order no discussion of major issues to address the crisis during the latest pro forma session of the Senate the Senate's top Democrat Chuck Schumer and house speaker Nancy Pelosi have issued a joint statement calling for a measure that would not only find small businesses but state and local governments hello see also says hospitals need help we want to have those hospitals to be funded and equipped the democratic leaders accuse Republicans of political posturing for not proposing legislation that could pass but Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has said it's Democrats who are holding things up the country cannot afford unnecessary wrangling or political maneuvering on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news now to the latest developments on the pandemic there are more than five hundred sixty one thousand cases of coronavirus nation why wide more than twenty two thousand dead in the DMV there are now more than sixteen thousand six hundred cases with four hundred sixty three deaths new data from Johns Hopkins shows there are more cases in one zip code in northwest Baltimore than any other sip code in the state the numbers also show hot spots in Silver Spring prince George's county and the Frederick area new today nine more DC fire and EMS members have tested positive this brings the current number of those testing positive to sixty five within the department fifteen members have recovered and returned to duty starting today shoppers in Montgomery County will have to wear cloth masks or face coverings when they go to the grocery store or the pharmacy or large retail stores DC's under similar order but masks are still optional in Virginia also Maryland has begun reporting code cases by zip code which is one reason we have that new data from a Baltimore hot spots as we know have shown up in three months Emory county zip codes university of Virginia researchers say social distancing measures are working to limit virus infections but they warn if the guidelines are lifted in early June there will be a surge of new infections that could overwhelm hospitals this summer and a sailor who worked aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt has died from complications of the corona virus coming up and money news find a few minutes of trading the Dow still down but the nasdaq is up yes the local housing market is slowing a Jeff label three fifty four Montgomery county's pesticide law has changed most weed and feed products and other synthetic pesticides and herbicides are banned learn more at Montgomery County MD dot gov forward slash lawns I'm shown interest.

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"ashburn" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:17 min | 5 months ago

"ashburn" Discussed on WTOP

"Eight degrees in Ashburn right now forty a new Carrollton is forty two in northwest Washington Matt thank you so much it's five fifty now and former president Barack Obama is demanding a Republican super PAC not to air in ad that uses his words to imply that former vice president Joe Biden supports plantation politics his lawyer sent a cease and desist letter to the pack yesterday the letter says the passage from an audio book used in the ad implies that it was a statement that was made by Mr Obama during his presidency Mr Obama says it was made by a barber in a completely different context more than twenty years ago the ad is set to air on TV stations across South Carolina this week the South Carolina democratic presidential primary is this Saturday but one candidate will be spending the afternoon here in our area Vermont senator Bernie Sanders as a rally planned for four o'clock this afternoon at the Saint James complex in Springfield the change from earlier plans of Leesburg because the St James is a larger space Minnesota congresswoman Ilhan Omar will be a featured speaker at the event doors open at two thirty and while tickets aren't required an RSVP is encouraged as it's first come first serve as allegations of sexual harassment continue to swirl against a world famous opera star comes word that his home country does not want him performing anytime soon he's apologized for his past behavior toward women but Placido Domingo continues to lose jobs Spain's minister of culture says they canceled the opera legends two performances scheduled in Madrid in may a statement said it's acting in solidarity with women affected by his alleged sexual misconduct the shows will go on but without the seventy nine year old singer an investigation by the opera singers union found he had kissed groped and pressured women for sex Pam Coulter CBS news after more than a decade and a half at the helm of the Baltimore symphony orchestra its music director will step down from that position Merritt also pulled apart the position whether her contract ends in August of twenty twenty one but also not the first woman to lead a made to leader made your American orchestra won't completely disappear from the organization she said to assume the title of music director laureate and will continue to lead three concert weeks each year for the next few years Alsop will also stay involved in the educational program she founded the word yet on a successor the man that was hit by a car late last week as he tried to cross a busy Gaithersburg road has now died from his injuries Montgomery County police say thirty three year old Douglas Martinez of Gaithersburg died Tuesday four days after the accident it was after nine PM last Friday night when Martinez was trying to cross Maryland route three fifty five at north west Linn Dr when he was hit anyone with information on it is asked to call Montgomery County police Virginia lawmakers have passed legislation that would create a new license plate with the slogan VB strong honoring the victims of a mass shooting in Virginia beach the Virginian pilot reports the bill passed unanimously in both chambers and heads to the governor's desk for his signature the license plates will be available until four hundred fifty people apply for them attend a fee by November twentieth up ahead what Facebook is doing in the age of corona virus five fifty four.

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Physics of Gaming And The Cloud

Software Engineering Daily

12:28 min | 8 months ago

Physics of Gaming And The Cloud

"Roablocks. This has something called a physics engine and a physics engine essentially outlines the rules of the physics of the game. If if my character jumps how does gravity interact with that character. Is You know. Is it like the real world. Where it's you know? Nine point nate meters per second squared. Or whatever or is it is it like you and you can double jump for something you know exactly. Excellent is the physics engine. Something that is simple enough that you can keep entirely on a client device. Or is that something where it's like. You have to make a round trip up to make physics decisions so the physics engine itself is definitely something that could be kept on the device but you actually run into the networking in ownership problems. That we were just talking about right. If if you imagine a game like grand theft auto where you can be driving a car are and I can be driving a car and we crash them together right if you assume that there will be some round trip time from my client to the server and from your client to the server from my perspective rendering in real time on my device if you make a last minute adjustment right before our two cars crash rush. I'm GonNa not see that because that last minute adjustment didn't make it to my device by the time my last minute input push got sent up to the server at a new sink of of the real time. Geometry locations came back down from the server to my device. Answer you might see a different different car crash that I would see on my client so really one of the core competencies of a game engine like what we've built it. Roadblocks is how you arbitrate ownership of physics. And frankly how you do some predictive modeling of even things down to user input to try. Try to come up with the best. Guess of how these multi player. Physical interactions are actually going to work in the game space. Do you WanNa make it something. Where all physics is owned by the game server and so you know you have a completely level playing field but a lot of the input and controls than are gonNA feel super laggy because in order to see the result of an input you have to take the input on the device? S- ended up to the to the game server which is obviously some hundreds of miles away from you and in almost the best case scenario and then send that you have that determine what happened from a physics standpoint and send the results back down for rendering locally on the device this or do you want to have the no lag option where you're actually have direct control and rendering of your car or whatever it is locally on your device vice but where the reality in your game client can as a result diverge from the reality on the game server and consequently from the reality on another players local client device because all of its having to be arbitrated in sinked back out of real time from what you're seeing being rendered on your screen in in robotics. We have a really complex set of code. That basically says well if there's no other players near you obviously we can have physics owned locally ugly on your Client N. as other players in other dynamic interactions come closer and closer to you this essentially physics ownership code base kicks in and tries to determine the optimal placement of stuff either in the cloud or on your local client and which version of the world takes precedence. That's crazy I mean. This is the kind of thing I was. Why like talking to people about the gaming the gaming business do you have these guys that crazy problems the a fourteen year trajectory? What's interesting about a fourteen year? Trajectory is that takes you back to pre cloud days. There was a show we did within two it. It fairly recently and into it made this crossing the chasm on Prem to the cloud and this is pretty interesting area of debate or architectural decision making because there are many companies that have investments in Colo's or their own on prime infrastructure. And you know they get to a point where we've got the infrastructure it's useful but there's there's these cool cloud services and maybe it would be cheaper if we didn't own any infrastructure and so they have a set of very interesting decisions about should they get rid of their on MM permit for structure. Should they move to the cloud with roadblocks. I assume it's a little bit simpler because the real traction with the product didn't start until like the post cloud era but I am nonetheless. Curious are there uses of of on Prim infrastructure everything entirely cloud. No We so there's actually two aspects to that one is. You're absolutely right that when they started roadblocks the word cloud hadn't really even been coined yet in in fact if you ask the engineers who are at the company at the time we actually have our game server infrastructure internally is referred to as RC. See Roadblocks Fox compute cloud and they swear up and down that the industry had not used the word cloud before they decided to call it that internally. I don't don't know if I believe them. I wasn't here at the time. But if you believe them they think they coined the name cloud which is hilarious in terms of our current infrastructure. There's actually another aspect of it as well. Which is the operating company at our scale? We are now having to make decisions about not just whether weather or not as effective to move stuff out of our legacy on prem data center in Chicago into the cloud but also at this point our scale justifies building out our own global essentially private cloud infrastructure. So one of the big investments that we've made at the company over the last two years is is literally acquiring acquiring our own global fiber network standing up a a series of. I think we're at sixteen or seventeen edge termination pops around the world and running all of data between our own fully owns data centers in Chicago and Ashburn Virginia over our own private fiber infrastructure infrastructure to those edge termination nodes so from our perspective. Our the way we think about this is if you're a sort of full stack application engineer building service service. You shouldn't actually care what is what infrastructure that service is being hosted on there should be an abstraction layer that says hey I just need to host the service that needs to be able to serve you know X. amount of volume and and and to be able to scale at why why rate up to future volumes and then beneath that abstraction layer there's Microsoft's platform team. That doesn't actually care explicitly. Okay what your service does. They don't care if it's serving the social graph or if it's serving the in purchase functionality or whatever they agency a service that needs hosting with a specific geographic distribution of consumption and specific growth rate with individual certain signals around volume and stuff like that and their job is to place that service on the best possible infrastructure for structure whether that's public cloud infrastructure our own bare metal for cost reasons or our legacy data center. Because it's it's part of one of our like you know sort of legacy model lists that haven't been upgraded to the latest stack yet so from our perspective basically try to have a team whose sole mission in is making optimal decisions around what infrastructure is best to host individual services into abstract that away from the the work that in actual application engineer would need to do to optimize that the resultant user experience does that make sense. Yes so speaking of services. I assume that for many years roablocks had a monolithic code base. Because you know I think uh over the course of fourteen years there has been this increased promotion of the of the breaking up of monolith into domain specific services services or service oriented architecture or micro services architecture or whatever the term does your is so that probably happened. You know that. Kind of breaking up of the monolith or addendums to the monolith that probably start happening before you joined the company three three years ago. Can you just tell me the the rough picture of the architecture today. There's some central monolith and then some other services or is it. Is it like a lot of just a flat services architecture so in an interesting way this kind of goes back to a core roadblocks engineering principle which is sort of set your north star in terms of with the the way you want to solve a certain class of engineering problems and then sort of make sure that any near-term firm engineering technology choice that you make moves your stack towards that long-term Northstar so essentially is another way of saying make make sure you're doing the engineering investment necessary to avoid any sort of unnecessary technical debt. This is a core roadblocks engineering principle. Something we think about. Every day as it relates to architecture vis-a-vis like model. It said micro services we still do have a core four of Monolithic code base that powers. Some percentage of the roadblocks dub dub dub website and associated services the The reason that still exists is that it has proven capable more or less of serving the the fifty to one hundred x traffic that increase that is experienced over the last three to four years. As we've we've gone through this crazy exponential exponential growth curve varies an internal mandate today and has been for for years. Now where if you're doing significant modification to existing existing services. You should simultaneously do the work that's necessary to break them out of the monolith and stand them up. As a containerized micro service independently scalable manage dependencies et Cetera. And so that we have like internal tracking sheets that show the migration of core services out of the monolithic into these independently hosted micro services that now are significant majority of our backend infrastructure after. But there's not a abstract internal mandate that says. Hey stop all product work until the monolith is dead and basically draws back to the idea idea that when that Monolithic code base was created. Yes it was a monolith but it was also created with a ton of attention paid to scale ability. The end of future magnitude of demand concerns in. It's actually even to this day operating relatively wealth from a scale ability standpoint. The only part of it. That's actually a really major negative drain on internal resources that at our current scale of headcount in the engineering department having everybody iterating on the same model at the code base can be kind of painful at the release schedule becomes a little bit harder to manage and stuff like that and so we think. Moving microscopes actually unblocks individual teams allows them to sort of control their own destiny in terms of shipping their own services and not have to wait for the daily monolith release to get their code out into user's hands. Give me some general perspective for where you're at in in terms of assessing technical debt and resolving technical debt versus building out new

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Iran Has Capacity to Raise Uranium Enrichment Beyond 20 Percent, Official Says

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Iran Has Capacity to Raise Uranium Enrichment Beyond 20 Percent, Official Says

"Iran says it started to inject centrifuges with uranium gas a spokesman for the country's atomic agency says they have the ability now to go beyond twenty percent in Richmond it was meant as a warning to the world to salvage the twenty fifteen nuclear deal with world powers and defense secretary mark as process I'm not surprised that Iran has announced that it's going to violate the J. CPO a they have been violating it they had violated the nuclear nonproliferation treaty for many years so it's no surprise that the a a ranger gonna pursue with the reins of always intended to pursue Ashburn parents conferring with his French

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Prince Harry Prince Harry, Kate And Meghan Markle discussed on Jared and Katie

Jared and Katie

03:39 min | 1 year ago

Prince Harry Prince Harry, Kate And Meghan Markle discussed on Jared and Katie

"Meghan Markle gave birth yesterday. You know, her baby's daddy. Prince Harry Prince Harry of the Royal family Prince, Harry himself made the announcement about their brand new baby boy and very. That. Are they? This morning, very healthy. Boy, mother, and baby B will be most amazing experience. I could ever possibly mentioned. I'm so incredibly proud of my wife is every parent would ever say, even your babies ups, the amazing. But this thing is is is up sees just. Every woman. I knows like melting Harry's announcement it was just really sweet. Very excited. And you know, just I baby second baby like Ashburn. Maybe it's the first time, and this is really breaking tradition because every time Princess Kate who's married to Prince William every time Kate gave birth. That's three times. Now, she has made a public appearance hours after she gave birth now. My birth. Walk. John Norma's, Pat attached to me. Diaper, my hair's put Kate came out every time. And of course, there's a team. But the fact that she'd had pretty good do it crazy. Mighty God bless her. But Meghan Markle chose not to do that. She said, I'm not doing that. And Prince Harry came out hours after the baby was born and made the announcement himself the town crier this year, they didn't. So I think that we should I think you're right. We'll go to our town crier, sir. Houlahan? All of the information. You need out the Royal baby. All right, sir hawks. Go ahead, sir. Magazine that good? All the waiting. Really? Excuse me. After Kinney show. Also on the year. Lord other. Two thousand nineteen. Seven pounds of three. Or is it Jerry? Very rural Tamang. Anyways. Welcome whatever the hell. Gary on all right? Thank you. Thank you know name. But I did hear that we're going to see the baby be introduced the baby. In the next couple of hours. I think if not yeah. Sure, they do they're saying that they don't have a name. But I'm sure because that's they're not ready to announce it. Yeah. Nine months to prepare a little pretentious. They didn't know if it was a boy or girl. So I'm sure that they are trying to figure something out think you would plan if the boy we're going to name it. This this lots of names. Yeah. All the other babies born to Kate and William have like four or five names a piece. Yeah. So anyway, we'll

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"ashburn" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"ashburn" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Arrived at a hotel room in Ashburn Virginia. I second meeting with the CIA when he got there. The FBI was waiting for him. Along with a computer forensic examiner? He agreed to show them how the phone worked when he goes to demonstrate it up on the screen where he expects to have his whole chat history, basically deleted up on the screen calms some of the chat history the FBI recorded the meeting. Business. There was this. In the past. Screen size. One of the most incriminating messages that appeared on the phone was Mallory planning another trip to China. I can also come in the middle of June. He wrote I can bring the remainder of the documents. I have at that time from the FBI perspective. This is a pivotal moment in the investigation. Four weeks later, the FBI arrested, Kevin Mallory and searched his home hidden in the back of this closet in a junk drawer agents discovered an SD cord wrapped in tin foil on which he'd placed eight secret and top secret documents, the same ones he scanned at that. Fedex store last April. It is our belief that his intention to take this ST card to China to provide does the Mallory case fit a pattern that you're seeing coming from Chinese intelligence. Yes, we currently have three pending cases against former intelligence officers, and there have been spying on behalf of the Chinese. It's hard to overstate how unusual it is to have three. Cases like this ongoing. It's not unusual. It's unprecedented to me, it's disappointing. And it's really hurtful. I think to everyone to know that we still have people who are willing to betray the US for a few dollars. Bill of Anita is director of the national counterintelligence insecurity center division of the office of the director of national intelligence. He serves as the US government's top counterintelligence official when it comes to espionage against the United States, just China. Pose the greatest threat or Russia when it comes to the espionage, China poses the greatest threat, and it's not even close compared to our show, Iran or a country, and if you include economic espionage industrial, espionage, it's not even in the same ballgame when most people think of espionage, they think of somebody in a trench coat trying to steal a state secret. What's happening now with China? It's not just about state secrets it's about technological secrets. That's the prize that China was correct. That's trade secrets the pilot data intelligence emerging technology nanotechnology hybrid anything that they can see that as the future supercomputing encryption. Those are the issue that they look at and they prioritize schedule that they look at and they send people forward to go collect that data. John of the Justice Department's national security division says since two thousand eleven more than ninety percent of the economic espionage cases, they've charged have involved China, which is stolen secrets about everything from genetically modified rice seeds to win turbine technology. This is a persistent campaign. You're saying yes, very persistent very sophisticated very well resourced, very patient and very broad in scope demerge says Chinese operatives have intensified their efforts on industries critical to Chinese president Xi Jinping's made. In China twenty twenty-five program, a ten year plan to jump ahead of the United.

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"ashburn" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"ashburn" Discussed on KCBS All News

"At a hotel room in Ashburn Virginia for a second meeting with the CIA when he got there. The FBI was waiting for him along with a computer forensic examiner. He agreed to show them how the phone. Worked when he goes to demonstrate it up on the screen where he expects to have his whole chat history, basically deleted up on the screen calms some of the chat history the FBI recorded the meeting. Business. There was this much there. In the past. Screen size. One of the most incriminating messages that appeared on the phone was Mallory planning another trip to China. I can also come in the middle of June. He wrote I can bring the remainder of the documents. I have at that time the perspective. This is a pivotal moment in the investigation. Four weeks later, the FBI arrested, Kevin Mallory and searched his home hidden in the back of this closet in a junk drawer agents discovered an SD cord wrapped in tin foil on which he'd placed eight secret and top secret documents, the same ones he scanned at that. Fedex store last April. It is our belief that it was intention to take this steak hard to China to provide does the Mallory case for fit a pattern that you're seeing coming from Chinese intelligence. Yes, we currently have three pending cases against former intelligence officers, and there have been spying on behalf of the Chinese. It's hard to overstate how unusual it is to have three. Cases like this ongoing. It's not unusual. It's unprecedented to me, it's disappointing. And it's really hurtful. I think to everyone to know that we still have people who are willing to betray the US for a few dollars. Bill vanita is director of the national counterintelligence insecurity center. The division of the office of the director of national intelligence. He serves as the US government's top counterintelligence official when it comes to espionage against the United States does China pose the greatest threat or Russia when it comes to the espionage, China poses the greatest threat, and it's not even close compared to our show, Iran or any other country anything include economic espionage industrial espionage. It's not even in the same ballgame when most people think of espionage, they think of somebody in a trench coat trying to steal a state secret. What's happening now with China? It's not just about state secrets it's about technological secrets. That's the prize that China was correct. That's trade secrets proprietary data intelligence emerging. Technology nanotechnology hybrid anything that they can see that as the future. Supercomputing encryption. Those are the issues that they look at and they have prioritize schedule that they look at and they send people forward to go collect that data. So John of the Justice Department's national security division says since two thousand eleven more than ninety percent of the economic espionage cases, they've charged have involved China, which is stolen secrets about everything from genetically modified rice seeds to win turbine technology. This is a persistent campaign. You're saying yes, very persistent very sophisticated very well resourced, very patient and very broad in scope demurred says Chinese operatives have intensified their efforts on industries critical to Chinese president Xi Jinping's made in China twenty twenty-five program a ten year plan to jump ahead of the United States.

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"ashburn" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"ashburn" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Arrived at a hotel room in Ashburn Virginia for a second meeting with the CIA when he got there. The FBI was waiting for him. Along with a computer forensic examiner? He agreed to show them how the phone worked when he goes to demonstrate it up on the screen where he expects to have his whole chat history, basically deleted up on the screen calms some of the chat history the FBI recorded the meeting. You're surprised that there was this much there. In the past. Screen sizes of this year. One of the most incriminating messages that appeared on the phone was Mallory planning another trip to China. I can also come in the middle of June. He wrote I can bring the remainder of the documents. I have at that time hung FBI perspective. This is a pivotal moment in the investigation. Four weeks later, the FBI arrested, Kevin Mallory and searched his home hidden in the back of this closet in a junk drawer agents discovered an ST cord wrapped in tinfoil, which he'd placed eight secret and top secret documents, the same ones he scanned at that. Fedex store last April. It is our belief that it was intention to take this ST card to China to provide time does the Mallory case fit a pattern that you're seeing coming from Chinese intelligence. Yes, we currently have three pending cases against former intelligence officers and their alleged to have been spying on behalf of the Chinese. It's hard to overstate how unusual it is to have three cases. Like this ongoing. It's not unusual. It's unprecedented to me, it's disappointing. And it's really hurtful. I think to everyone to know that we still have people who are willing to betray the US for a few dollars. Bill of Anina is director of the national counterintelligence insecurity center. The division of the office of the director of national intelligence. He serves as the US government's top counterintelligence official when it comes to espionage against the United States does China pose the greatest threat or Russia when it comes to the espionage, China poses the greatest threat, and it's not even close compared to our show, Iran or any other country, and if you include economic espionage industrial, espionage, it's not even in the same ballgame when most people think of espionage, they think of somebody in a trenchcoat trying to steal a state secret. What's happening now with China? It's not just about state secrets it's about technological secret. That's the prize that China wants correct its trade secrets proprietary data intelligence emerging technology. Eighty nanotechnology hybrid anything that they can see that as the future. Supercomputing encryption. Those are the issues that they look at. And they haven't prioritize schedule that they look at and they send people forward to go collect that data. So John of the Justice Department's national security division says since two thousand eleven more than ninety percent of the economic espionage cases, they've charged have involved China, which is stolen secrets about everything from genetically modified rice to win turbine technology. This is a persistent campaign. You're saying yes, very persistent very sophisticated very well resourced, very patient and very broad in scope says Chinese operatives have intensified their efforts on industries critical to Chinese president Xi Jinping's made in China twenty twenty-five program a ten year plan to jump ahead of the United.

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"ashburn" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"ashburn" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"At a hotel room in Ashburn Virginia. I second meeting with the CIA when he got there. The FBI was waiting for him. Along with a computer forensic examiner? He agreed to show them how the phone worked when he goes to demonstrate it up on the screen where he expects to have his whole chat history, basically deleted up on the screen calms some of the chat history the FBI recorded the meeting. Mess. There was this much there. In the past. Screen size. One of the most incriminating messages that appeared on the phone was Mallory planning another trip to China. I can also come in the middle of June. He wrote I can bring the remainder of the documents. I have at that time from the FBI perspective. This is a pivotal moment in the investigation. Four weeks later, the FBI arrested, Kevin Mallory and searched his home hidden in the back of this closet in a junk drawer agents discovered an SSD cord wrapped in tin foil in which he placed eight secret and top secret documents, the same ones he scanned at that. Fedex store last April. It is our belief that it was intention to take this steak hard to China to provide time does the Mallory case fit a pattern that you're seeing coming from Chinese intelligence. Yes, we currently have three pending cases against former intelligence officers, and there have been spying on behalf of the Chinese. It's hard to overstate how unusual it is to have three. Cases like this ongoing. It's not unusual. It's unprecedented to me, it's disappointing. And it's really hurtful. I think to everyone to know that we still have people who are willing to betray the US for a few dollars. Bill vanita is director of the national counterintelligence insecurity center division of the office of the director of national intelligence. He serves as the US government's top counterintelligence official. Would it comes to espionage against the United States does China pose the greatest threat or Russia when it comes to the espionage, China poses the greatest threat, and it's not even close compared to our show, Iran or any other country anything include economic espionage industrial espionage. It's not even the same ballgame when most people think of espionage, they think of somebody in a trenchcoat trying to steal a state secret. What's happening now with China? It's not just about state secrets it's about technological secrets. That's the prize that China was correct. That's trade secrets proprietary data intelligence emerging technology nanotechnology hybrid anything that they can see that as the future. Supercomputing encryption. Those are the issues that they look at and they ever prioritize schedule that they look at and they send people forward to go collect that data. So John Moore's of the Justice Department's national security division says since two thousand eleven more than ninety percent of the economic espionage cases, they've charged have involved China, which is stolen secrets about everything from genetically modified rice seeds to win turbine technology. This is a persistent campaign. You're saying yes, very persistent very sophisticated very well resourced, very patient and very broad in scope demerge says Chinese operatives have intensified their efforts on industries critical to Chinese president Xi Jinping's made. In China twenty twenty-five program, a ten year plan to jump ahead of the United States.

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"ashburn" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"ashburn" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"West and now heading east. I'm Jane Metzler, Fox News. This winter storm already deadly. At least my people killed in weather related crashes in Kansas and Missouri more than a foot of snow in Saint Louis stranding some thirteen hundred motorists overnight, including this woman stuck on. I forty four. She says she only had to travel to exits to get home from work last night, which she says she left early not a happy camper. Not something that I could have prevented. I completely think that Modi sale. This them cleaning Rosen being prepared for this. We're going to have payroll tax never seen. Seven hundred accidents in Missouri alone, thousands of flights canceled or delayed with airlines waiving fees to change flights. The storm heading to the middle Atlantic states dumping snow on roughly fifteen hundred miles from the Rockies to New York City, which isn't likely to see too much snow. The national weather service and Noah part of the US Commerce Department, which is now shut down because of the impasse over border wall funding meteorologists are showing up for work, but they're not being paid. Neither are some eight hundred thousand other federal workers the partial government shutdown now in day twenty to the longest shutdown in history. The house in recess until January twenty second to allow members to do work in their home districts. President Trump is not pleased in a tweet. He's accusing Democrats have going on vacation also predicting the shutdown could last a long time. One positive piece of news. What happened to carry walls of Ashburn Virginia? Her husband works for the federal government, Mr. paycheck yesterday family should be. Okay. She picked up on.

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"ashburn" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"ashburn" Discussed on KCBS All News

"At a hotel room in Ashburn Virginia. I second meeting with the CIA when he got there. The FBI was waiting for him along with a computer forensic examiner. He agreed to show them how the phone worked when he goes to demonstrate it up on the screen where he expects to have his whole chat history. Basically deleted up on the screen comes some of the chat history. The FBI recorded the meeting. This mess. There was this much there. In the past maybe screen size of which is one of the most incriminating messages that appeared on the phone was Mallory planning another trip to China. I can also come in the middle of June. He wrote I can bring the remainder of the documents. I have at that time hung FBI perspective. This is a pivotal moment in the investigation. Four weeks later, the FBI arrested, Kevin Mallory and searched his home hidden in the back of this closet in a junk drawer agents discovered an SD cord wrapped in tin foil on which he'd placed eight secret and top secret documents, the same ones he scanned at that. Fedex store last April. It is our belief that his intention to take this ST card to China to provide time does the Mallory case fit a pattern that you're seeing coming from Chinese intelligence. Yes, we currently have three pending cases against former intelligence officers and. Have been spying on behalf of the Chinese. It's hard to overstate how unusual it is to have three cases like this ongoing. It's not unusual. It's unprecedented to me, it's disappointing. And it's really hurtful to everyone to know that we still have people who are willing to betray the US for a few dollars. Bill vanita is director of the national counterintelligence insecurity center. The division of the office of the director of national intelligence. He serves as the US government's top counterintelligence official when it comes to espionage against the United States does China pose the greatest threat or Russia when it comes to the espionage, China poses the greatest threat, and it's not even close compared to wash our Iran or any other country, and if you include economic espionage industrial, espionage, it's not even in the same ballgame when most people think of espionage, they think of somebody in a trench coat trying to steal a state secret. What's happening now with China? It's not just about state secrets it's about technique. Logical secrets that's the prize that China was correct trade secrets proprietary data intelligence emerging technology nanotechnology hybrid anything that they can see that as the future. Supercomputing encryption. Those are the issues that they look at and they have prioritize schedule that they look at and they send people forward to go collect that data. So John Moore's of the Justice Department's national security division says since two thousand eleven more than ninety percent of the economic espionage cases, they've charged have involved China, which is stolen secrets about everything from genetically modified rice seeds to wind turbine technology. This is a persistent campaign. You're saying yes, very persistent very sophisticated very well resourced, very patient and very broad in scope says Chinese operatives have intensified their efforts on industries critical to Chinese president Xi Jinping's made in China twenty twenty-five program a ten year plan. To jump ahead of the United States in aerospace, automation, artificial intelligence, quantum computing and other cutting edge industries, I think some people who see this are going to think. Well, this is something the US must do as well. The US intelligence community doesn't take trade secrets from foreign companies for the benefit of the American companies that does not something that we do as for former CIA officer Kevin Mallory he continues to deny sending any classified information to the Chinese this past June. A jury in Virginia found him guilty.

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What they're saying: Mixed reaction to Amazon's HQ announcement

Daily Tech News Show

03:16 min | 1 year ago

What they're saying: Mixed reaction to Amazon's HQ announcement

"Got a lot of cool reactions from people affected by the Masan headquarters story, Sarah. Yeah, we really did. And we're going to read a few of them now and kinda kinda kinda pick them apart. And and see what we agree with Arthur from Arlington Virginia notes that Amazon's Kurt operations in the area. Which as we noted on the show yesterday are already pretty bast are in Ashburn. Arthur says that's well outside the beltway and the people working in living. They're not gonna wanna commute into Irwin ten Amazon's inside the beltway operations are quotes mainly tied to the government in these are not really HQ function. So Arthur doesn't think that this counts as an expansion for Amazon. Really he and peach also pointed out something that a lot of coverage didn't pass on which is that Virginia Tech will be opening technology campus, adjacent to Amazon. So these are these are good on the ground reports from someone actually in Virginia. I love this. Thank you. Arthur. Granted I think it's fair to say, okay. The folks out in Ashburn aren't going to be feeding into Amazon's Kern opperations, but it is still an area that Amazon is familiar with and was negotiating with. And I don't think they ever thought they would move the people in. But it's it's a fair point inside the beltway stuff, though, I don't know what. Amazon is going to use this second regional office. It's not even HQ anymore. It's a regional office for my suspicion is that it probably will have a lot to do with the government cloud of cloud that Amazon operates, especially if they get that DOD bid thereafter that will probably operate out of there because it's right next to the Pentagon. So I'm less inclined to a seed to to the inside the beltway not mattering because it's government stuff. I think it really does. But yeah, maybe it's unfair to say that that folks being out Nash burner are are part of a of an. Operation that really has any effect on something pretty far away in right on the Potomac, basically. So I don't know what do you what do you think of this, Sarah? Well, you know, one of the things that I'm I didn't realize and thank you Arthur is pointing out the Virginia Tech, huge college opening technology campus, adjacent to Amazon, and how the two might you know, Amazon might funnel and money for research projects, which would make a lot of sense. And like, you said the region itself is definitely skewed government wise. But I think a lot of folks don't realize, you know, even when you hear early intesne Virginia. It's like, well, it's adjacent to Washington DC. Okay. Oh, all right. So, you know, you're you're in this era in this actually, huge metropolitan area. That's not. Yes, they are. They are separate from each other. But collectively, it's it's closer to a lot of industry than than one might think. If they're not from. With that other Silicon Valley kind of feel in Virginia AOL used to when when I was living in Arlington, the big AOL. Skyscraper was right there downtown Arlington. You could see it across the Tomac. When you're in dining when I was working for AOL. That's still where the headquarters was I never went there. But it was

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"ashburn" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"ashburn" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"For insurance products annuity products. They all come with their own fee schedules based on the products that may be so do you see that that is going to be an area that is going to change over the next couple of years? I do I think. You know, the insurance industry may be hasn't been on the leading edge of this movement from commissions to advisory fees. But I think we're starting to see signs that they're going to move that direction. Some of the major VA carriers now had moved aggressively area variable annuities have moved aggressively into advisory base contracts. I was just talking today with one of our insurance partners ask Ashburn bridge, and they were talking about the Evelyn among some of their insurance partners that are getting more into the fi advisory based insurance products to support, you know, advisers who can't receive commissions who made that move in their affiliation model that they're hundred percent fee. So I think the evolution is going to continue. And we're going to get a lot better products from it. It's funny as you're talking and you're saying they need to provide something more than just investment advice pin based on some of the conversations we've had here over the past two days. It seems like being someone's family therapist is part of. Because you have to talk about what their life goals are what they envision for themselves when they're older how the relationship is how they would like the world to be is that accurate one hundred percent accurate. And you know, we we think about what our advisers do and all the services they deliver on all the conversations they have. And if you brought ten of them over here. I bet you they tell you they spend less than ten percent of their time talking about investments with their clients it, it's really, you know, it's not what most clients want to focus on. That you know that they want to know do I have enough money to retire? You know, am am I going to be able to take the trip, and I am I going to be able to fund my grandchildren's education? So it it the the investments, you know, are important in certainly from the advisers perspective, they do pay the bills to some extent. But, but I don't think it's, you know, always the top priority for clients could do Sherri rules that was a big topic last year, it's less. So this year, you believe that many firms are going to just adopt fiduciary rule standards because it's good business. I think we're in a wait and see right now. You know, certainly the DO L fiduciary rule was a wakeup call. I think for a lot of firms to sort of look at their business and say are we future-proofed are we in a position that you know, we can comply with this. Now, everybody got a reprieve from that that may prove to be temporary, right? The SEC is out now with the best interests proposal. We've heard from the DO L that they may take take another run at some regulation here. So our advisers, I mean, eighty percent of our business is already fiduciary. So so our advisers are very comfortable with that. Ultimately, it goes that direction. We'll be just fine. Thank you so much for being with us. Greg senior vice president and wealth management. It Commonwealth financial.

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Researchers capture high-resolution image of a complete fruit fly brain

Your Weekly Tech Update

05:26 min | 2 years ago

Researchers capture high-resolution image of a complete fruit fly brain

"In this week's health news, scientists at issue is jamilla research campus have taken detailed pictures of the entire brain of an adult female fruit fly using what they're calling transmission electron microscopy to high-speed electron. Microscopes took seven thousand brain slices over twenty one million images for a team of scientists at the Howard Hughes, Medical institute's genetic research campus in Ashburn, Virginia, these numbers add up to a technical. I a high resolution digital snapshot of the adult fruit fly brain researchers can now trace the path of anyone neurone to any other neuron throughout the entire brain. The entire fly brain has never been image before this resolution that lets you see connections between neurons that detail is key for mapping out the brain circuitry, the precise webs of. Neural connections that underpinned specific fly behaviors. The genetics teams data offers a new tool for scientists racing to map these connections, and in a memory center of the brain, the data also revealed a new cell type and other surprises. Fruit flies may be best known for buzzing around right bananas, but these tiny little insects are surprisingly sophisticated. They can learn and remember, they know which places are safe and dangerous. They have elaborate sequences of courtship and grooming the fruit fly brain, roughly the size of a poppy seed contains about one hundred thousand neurons. Humans have one hundred billion, each neurons branches into a starburst of fine, wires that touch the wires of other neurons. Neurons. Talk to one another through these touch points or synapses forming a dense mesh of communication circuits. Scientists can view these wires and synapses with an imaging technique called serial section transmission electron microscopy. I, they infuse the fly's brain with a cocktail of heavy metals, these medals pack into cell membranes and synapses ultimately marking the outlines of each neuron and its connections. Then the researchers hit slices of the brain with a beam of electrons which passes through everything except for the metal loading parts. The resulting images exposed the brains once hidden nooks and crannies and eventually will give us the insight to correct even more health problems that plague the human race.

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"ashburn" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"ashburn" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"In Ashburn you are on w. m. a. l. what do they what was. This reaction. To the. Redskins getting into a little scuffle. With the jets yesterday everybody was all angry about it Larry I I teach martial arts the kids I do a lot of martial, arts myself I think there's definitely Physical altercation I think violence should try you should always try to. Make, it, the last resort I think there's. A lot of virtue and walking away from. A fight as well On that being said, sometimes people try to use physical intimidation to get their way in their dominance over somebody and they crossed the line and I. Think, if you're, talking about a. Justified physical altercation I think it happens under. Pretty specific circumstances where somebody. Has come in and. They know come coming their way, for that, reason yeah but see Dylan is interesting I hear people say fighting, is always wrong it's just it's not true sometimes fighting is necessary if I teach children a lot you know the last thing I ever want to hear is that. You know one of. The kids in my program got cornered in the bathroom by a bully and they weren't. Able to, at least defend. Themselves to make it, out of. There we sometimes violence it it's always gonna. Be an unfortunate constant in. This world and you need to be prepared thanks man. Dylan sounds good it sounds like you're you're dough Joe is not like Cobra KAI Well we will sweep the leg Well done sir well dad how about? Walt, in Bethesda wealthier on WBAL I don't know where you're hearing people, really, complain about it I, think there may be some ex. Player, saying hey in a game. Condition the, referee. Oversees, the. Second hand yeah you gotta? Keep your porch I haven't heard I don't, know what you're hearing people are complaining about what happened yesterday yeah you always. Have your teammates back yeah it was on social media I saw because I was watching. This because I was one of the they're like five media people. Who are tweeting about it as it was happening and I. Was seeing a bunch of replies and a bunch, of, people on social media, and then I saw some commentary. In, the Washington Post as well Yeah thanks well now although. We should expect that from the Washington Post the nation's absolute worst sports page barn on. Across all sports I've lived in many major cities in this country Washington DC is so. Under served, by our local newspaper and the coverage is sports it's despicable I want to go a little bit more. To my interviews that I conducted over the weekend at training camp, Trent Williams, the man, who is in the middle of this by truly you watch how this team follows Trent. Williams he is absolutely, the leader on that field and I asked him you. Know, I said there's a, lot of people who are worried, about getting their kids into football right now, there's sons into football but talk to me about some of the. Positive, things. Obviously, injuries, are a problem but but at the same time, there are some positive things about young men young boys getting. Into football and and what it does for them.

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"ashburn" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"ashburn" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"You know what the question that everybody is out there thinking about okay so i had these things i've been limping along i've been taking drugs my physicians told me i've i've gotta learn to live with it so just start solutely so people who've struggled and so forth it's a matter of what it's a matter of understanding as a matter of what are we talking about because it's several different things i mean every case is different if you're talking about a traumatic open wound injury where you've had part of your brain destroyed or removed you know you can't put that piece back in but your brain is plastic okay so can plastic in the sense that or has plasticity i should say it can relearn it carry learned that function but you have to have good brain health otherwise you have to have the neuro chemistry their support it you have to retrain something and if we're talking about smoking customer injuries over time or you've got some essentially brain damage and there you have to you have to feed the brain and give it the nutrients it needs you've got a reprogram some of those things redirect some of those things but you can automatically fix that as a very interesting process when you think back and you remember that this the brain can't be exa can't be remodeled we know today that the brains extremely plastic and it's fixable doable but also the reflexive pattern the lower portion of the brain stem the vestibular area of the brain controls so many different functions within the body automatically and that's why when we have this irritation this compression these energetic pathways that no longer working we forget to look at simple processes we have a ton of phone calls that are coming in and we're going to take them when we come back after the break and we we don't want to ignore you but this is a this is a presentation this coming thursday evening at the ashburn office of cairo or core concepts chiropractic that is extremely timely extremely important because we're starting to look at we're we're understanding that the body is a mechanism that is controlled by the brain an injury that occurs to the brain subtle or significant is something that has to be looked at civil let's be before we go to the break this one more question when you.

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"ashburn" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"ashburn" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"There's a reason that's called trash burrows the people i mean in the people this one girl like lived in her minivan and like she was a regular in the jail she came now let me ask you this she says she's the regular in the jail and she's trashing ashburn oh she's adding she worked at the jail or she's in jail a lot too she doesn't gel watson she says that boy am i gonna allegedly allegedly not good looking and i remember she kept getting charges like from still on bicycle and dislike petty stuff like that but she had bathed in bike weeks like is bad all because of drugs drugs drugs crazy games i would climb the york is trash you i like the pivot those guys yeah trashing what do you think about ashburn the being on that list ars it ain't that bad recycle like literally we don't have to tell new york has a lot of trash probably right about that i think they were talking about like people like drugs crime that's average ever work and you know getting the bet beggars the city the more drugs and crime that's gone there's no but there's a lot of that nash yeah that's quite that's quite a bit there's a part of that goes on around here and all but hop one is one one of the worst ones because it's got the worst drugs high point too high sir each like ashburn i've never had a problem with anybody calling in defendant a couple hey i kind of agree and disagree people you put yourself around.

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"ashburn" Discussed on Sit and Spin Radio Network

Sit and Spin Radio Network

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"ashburn" Discussed on Sit and Spin Radio Network

"Okay that's how you feel no i don't believe that this is what i believe you start fighting well it's over like once you start trying to get into it with me okay well i'm out i'm not giving you i'll give you an example here we go so i grew up in a town called aspro up north carolina yeah i've heard of and there's a pay it's a really i enjoy the page it's a it's a page that i've liked called aspro then and now and the reason i joined it was because they always post these pictures of like you know like i went to ask for high school they'll put up a picture that says here's ask for high school from nineteen twenty or something it's a black and white photo of what it used to look like and that was it you know it sounds like oh that's cool so i you know i like the page and they put up these pictures all the time recently they have been they're building a big bypass town hall route sixty six thing going on and the main road in the town the main highway this bypass is gonna go around is we're all the businesses are it's highway sixty four in ashburn it's called dixie drive they've been talking about changing the name and people have lost their collective mind and because they all think that it's because it's dixie drive that they're changing the name it's not it's because that's where the zoo is and they wanna call zoo parkway because it's it's the main attraction in town makes i mean i wish i could show you this there is some vicious.

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"ashburn" Discussed on Off Camera with Sam Jones

Off Camera with Sam Jones

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"ashburn" Discussed on Off Camera with Sam Jones

"Yeah along with brian grazer by the way i came to them and said i wanna do television show parented i sort of asking their blessing and partnership in doing it and you know what would run said was great but don't you know like i don't want to see the movie parenthood again like i did that move i'm very that is actually very personal movie to me and very proud of that movie so you know trust you to do this but you have to find a way to make it your story and so i started thinking like okay what's different for what's what what can i bring to this and you know it was like my experiences of father of the sun with ashburn was steering me in the face and then it was like a question of whether i was going to make the choice to bring that into it and it was a very tough choice to make i'm i'm at the time when we were you know the story in the in the pilot story was you know he's asked to leave his school and they have to appearance have to find another school for him right well when i was writing the pilot for that when i was writing that pilot episode that happened to my son you know where the school that he was in was not worrying is not a good fit and we had to find a 'nother place from to go to school quickly you know and for anybody who has a child who has some sort of disability you know that finding a place them to go to school is not easy and you know so that would literally that happen as i was writing the pilot so there it was there were times when i sort of pulled the maximum out of the pilot really and i was like this is not you know it's it's not it's it's to also at the time you'll television and broadcast was different than than it is now so the idea of tackling an issue like autism you know it hadn't been done you know i i had this concern that it's like people are going to see it and they would be like that's too weird.

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