18 Burst results for "Ayrshire"

"ayrshire" Discussed on Windows Weekly

Windows Weekly

06:14 min | 4 months ago

"ayrshire" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"Free and offer high resolution and have much better Functionality much more complete functionality. So you know. We'll see if they if they do give this away that's fantastic. I mean the in some ways this is. it's not really that equivalent. But it's sort of like that video editor functionality. I mentioned the photos happy. It's kind of basic functionality. And might be enough for everybody but the thing that giving away today like four. Adp output is completely unacceptable. It's twenty twenty one. There's no such thing as sub hd resolution. Now you know this is you know everyone's on four k. Let alone ten. Eighty p i four. Adp what the heck that's like tvd resolution. I mean that's ridiculous. Yeah we call it. Sad for sd definite for yeah crazy destination. Yeah yeah all right yeah. Well it's exciting to look like an eight bit video game because it kind of looks like i don't know yeah. I don't really understand application for this. But who knows yeah. I'm sure they didn't pay a lot for it right right so good. Yeah they didn't mention that either so pick it up. you know. it's probably an acquire right. It's probably akwa higher. It's probably about the this off. And they do need video. Editing capabilities microsoft. Three sixty five. They have that microsoft stream service. I you know if you're gonna take it. Charitable point of view could be that they wanna bring windows moviemaker back with more modern capabilities and they wanted a team to do it and these guys at clip champ seemed to have some skills. Let's see what happens. i also again. I just if you haven't looked at it and you're interested in this kind of stuff. Look at the photos app and windows. Ten or eleven. I guess the for some reason it seems to crash lot windows eleven but it's surprisingly good. Yeah creation and editing suite. Yeah i'm just. I don't get it either but that's you know ours not to Understand merely to try understand. That's his point. Oh yeah that's your you know Look i like. I think this could make sense over time. Depending on how the integrated if this becomes an added cost add on the no interest. No but if they do something with all the back in ayrshire capabilities somehow to improve the way video works very interesting right so if you actually bring up their pricing page right one of the things you get when you pay is cloud storage. So obviously that's covered with a microsoft three sixty five. Subscriptions can kind of do a little bit of speculation and think. Well this is a way forward here with this kind of could make sense. You know Ten eighty exporting. Of course they would give that to paying customers. You don't need the cloud backup. You're the you have that This audio stock like stock audio. You know Stock audio for the music. That's in every single youtube video. Music probably is what you get out of that and some branding stuff so i mean to me this all reads like a you know kind of meshes with what microsoft does micro three five so maybe will make sense. I think i can just imagine such coming home saying honey. You won't believe the deal. I got on this software. Will you see right just remember. Vhs tapes it's just like this he said. Is it chimp clamp. It might as well be right being news begat. Msn news which began. Microsoft news Yes and now. The beginning has begun again you know. The book of acts is my favorite part of the bible and Is that what you're reading so in the beginning getting inning bing in in the beginning it's now the name of microsoft news is what microsoft start microsoft. Why was that's what. I am asking about microsoft. Stop stop now anybody. So here's why they say they are using the words start. Tagline is start with the information you need so this is microsoft trying to get people to take another. Look at msn news at microsoft news cast. So let me read you some of the headlines of the news that you need dynamic. Diam naomi campbell in swimsuit is fit at one. Eight hundred went promise. Share red gun haba. Haba world reacts surprising page. This is this. Is i know i. It's a non news. I and i. It's not a good remarkable soft is spotted up live. That's what was there. It's i didn't look for it. It was there right at the top to the grocery store app or something. i mean. it's like yes exactly what he does What do you those magazines national enquirer so they and their post about it they talk about. We have a lot of great relationships with publishers blah blah blah. What they mean is we have ad relationships with the companies whose concrete putting on the. I'm not even being sarcastic. Like this whole thing was msn news and microsoft news. It's a way to try to get people to use being edge and to you know get them knowing the joint to grow so yeah this is going to be if you if you use that widget. That's coming in windows. Eleven the one this news and experience. You're going to see it called start because that's the new branding. They're going to.

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"ayrshire" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

01:30 min | 6 months ago

"ayrshire" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Ayrshire on other bets. Well this is where things go. The other direction. Yeah are they ever always always losers there now. How wide is that. It's always supported by the search and Ad sales searching for business. They did amazing. Yeah the other stuff that they're used to losing on revenue on other bits up losses up alphabet Skunkworks posted one hundred ninety two million in revenue from one hundred forty eight million but the the losses mounted as well one point four billion. Okay let me just put that in perspective they may they revenue is one hundred ninety. Two million they lost one point four billion. That's a lot more. If my math is right i think that math works out. Yeah yeah And that's up from one point. One billion Your other bets is all the other stuff right Android upshur headed good quarter. They don't present criminals and things like that. It's it's it's it is things that are supposed to be speculative fairly and the hardware does the hardware division fall into other bets. But that's interesting. They're pixel line probably not. That's a more line of business thing. Yeah i would i would. I would hope so. Yeah google kills.

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"ayrshire" Discussed on Breaking Green Ceilings

Breaking Green Ceilings

06:57 min | 6 months ago

"ayrshire" Discussed on Breaking Green Ceilings

"People are shown in media. So you've given presentations to nasa folks on this. What is the message that you're delivering to them. As far as your work and how they react to it my first thing is actually so people are hard to read. Some people are hard to read in virtually. So you're not there to feed off the energy. But i did get a lot of very appreciative and insightful responses somebody can't necessarily talk about during encouraging very encouraging an exciting. That's good so the thing that i was talking about was a lot of what i was alluding to earlier so the presentation that i started with was around. The experience of being in space and what astronauts commonly say are issues of being in space for long periods of time there's psychological challenges of you know essentially being bored in space. There's not a whole lot you can do inside the space station presently. And they're not necessarily designed for leisure and it can be very repetitive. The thing is when you're in space. Every decision is about survival right like the fact that you can't eat crackers on the international pitch well because crackers create particulates and the last thing you want is salt flowing into space station. That could get into somebody's eye while they're trying to like operate a robotic crane so there's all these different interesting course. I don't think that's changed. You're not allowed to drink. Alcohol earthworks the way that i've trained the experience of traveling or being in space for eight months. Plus it can be very boring and the thing that i contrast that with is i show this picture of inside the international space station and then i show this picture of a forced i asked. Which would you rather be or wish. Abe's looks more calming and more rejuvenating. The thing is like the downtime for astronauts needs to be extremely rejuvenating. And then i show them. Essentially the design of how i believe you each can create immersive environments inside a space module that can elicit all of the psychological benefits that we get from any time that we are immersed in a natural environment and kind of show them how i think we can execute this with different elements and technology. Yeah it's been pretty interesting all that kind of comes together and people's reactions to it. There's also the future part of ayrshire by futures. And if you don't sound weird or crazy when you're talking about something you're not thinking deep enough into the future of what's possible and any future is is worth their weight in gold will tell you that future ism is not about predicting the future. It's about understanding where the intersection of a company or person's purpose and objectives and mission reside. And how they work with a track of trends that are taking place and then how can you identify the ideal scenario at a certain point in time in the future. And how do you essentially backtrack breadcrumbs of opportunity. That will lead you to manifesting that future at the end so it's an interesting process. Yeah basically. I'm thinking holiday from a star trek. That is an adventure. -ality and what i was presenting was one of the breadcrumbs to eventually get to that. Point of politic something. That's a little bit more practical in mere term. That is on track to that. Yeah so as you were talking. It reminded me this article or that was citing studies that said when we look at images of nature. It helps us calm down. Yes yes. there's this japanese practice. I want to say it's called shinroku which translates to forest bathing. And it's literally this practice of going out and just like being in a natural environment and being immersed in it and you get all of these psychological triggers stress. Release the calms you down. There studies that have shown that even having a view of artificial plants has been shown to help boost the mood and to some degree the health of people recovering in hospitals. So we're accustomed to being in nature and space stations are a lot of ways the most alien thing we can experience because you're in a metal tube spinning through nothing or hurling through nothing surrounded by complete darkness and some degree. You're drinking everyone's recycled p with no alcohol That's how i like the frame of space and no crackers. What right is closed loop system so space is an interesting place and think we can make it more beneficial. Psychologically and leisurely for future space travelers. Gosh as you're talking it's really bring this topic kinda like it's bringing it home to me because a thinking that yes. Nature is such a fundamental part of like our very existence are very being and as we venture out into space and look for other homes. How is that going to impact us as human beings when we don't have that connection to the forest or plants that greenery the animals like. How is that going to change our personality as human beings yeah. I think that's a big question is who do we want to become because the more that were in space the more we have to take earth with us and what are the implications of that when we get to other planets are we changing other planets or we have to change ourselves and when we change ourselves would do we then become are we still human would define humanity. What defines humanity. Now all of these questions come out of benchley about that so from times. Gosh this is definitely i guess. Another session to have more to continue the conversation one thing. I'm just curious to ask you last question on space is what does the perseverance rover landing on. Mars mean to you as an astro bio futurist. I think it's doe..

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"ayrshire" Discussed on CCC Talks

CCC Talks

05:12 min | 10 months ago

"ayrshire" Discussed on CCC Talks

"Scaled-down stay right will be a marvel to by question. Devops mentioned a little bit on developed. Again we could be here for the office. All the cloud base doodles. You think what percent office saw with cloud services too far now. not now. devops is not about to steph. Abc's about people and devops is actually very simple. It's it's just what's the name says. Its developers and operations people working together. That's all that it is. Because traditionally operations people and the developers have different goals. Developer wants to change things and operations. People want to keep everything so if you can work together on changing things because you need to change things to add value then you have devops and then you can work together and add value really interesting. i think for me Bound because of cloud technologies because we can change things on an infant now need to develop in voloshin whole is there. Will they need operations to make sure about it all work together. The only way you can do that is to get and buddy working on the same goal round which offers radio about rattled using tools and they click but tools to help. Because you know previously Deployments were very scary. You had to were documents that you need to go line by line and now you have that in in an automated pipeline so every deployment is exactly the same which means that you can also refer them if you need to help. But it's definitely about people people. I'm going to finish any final words or any insights on what's coming next in ayrshire who what's coming next in asia. I think existing existing services will obviously evolve and to everything becomes cheaper if you look at the storage for instance in the clouds. It's not only for azure but in other other vendors saw it becomes cheaper every year. And that's because of scale more people that use it the more scale they have and more cheap. It's gets the same goes for computers. Well you we get more compute you know eventually we might be able to use Quantum computers in the cloud as well still aways away but said it will be very interesting. And i think We see a lot more as a service services like In the beginning we saw lots of infrastructure as a service where you had a lot of control but also a lot of responsibility yourself. And now you do see that customers also they. They want to use figs. That are managed by a cloud provider. So as you're also they have lots of those services for instance in the of artificial intelligence services that convert free trained models that you can just use out of the box to do image-recognition and things like that. So you don't have to do all that yourself because you know Machine learning is difficult in a is is difficult because she knew the scientists and it's all very complicated but it companies like microsoft dude at themselves and i think the next step is also that they do it in verticals like they now provide specific services for instance for autonomous vehicles markets which is very.

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"ayrshire" Discussed on Real Estate Pro Tips & Strategies

Real Estate Pro Tips & Strategies

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"ayrshire" Discussed on Real Estate Pro Tips & Strategies

"That's pretty much our best assurance you know okay because in that we're presenting in a row offering a a nice property in a just not habitable but it's a nice property if things break we get them fixed. I you know it's a partnership. I think between the the owner of the property in the people are living there. Know like if if you take care of the property and pay the rent on time of course if things break i'm going to be responsible. Take care of so you know. There's a mutual. i'd think good relationship with everybody and that past Track record of people that s the assurance right. Anything could go wrong people in over the years you know. We've all seen good solid people go through bad times and things fall apart in. Nobody could ever predict that in the ayrshire so the lease agreement says the rant is due on this date in its late on this date in. There's this time period typically where there's late fees because it's late so you've got all of those mechanisms built into the lease agreement lieuntenant and the owner sees that in the lease and they just agree to that plan if the if the ret comes in late. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah and you know. We're we're really fortunate. We don't have a problem with people paying the rent late in the most people pay online and it just sucked out of their bank account. It's pretty automatic right so Yeah we don't have an issue with people paying rent late chasing people down for money. I do this if that was what the job was. And so how. How does that work. The rent money out as ended up in the property.

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"ayrshire" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"ayrshire" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

"A get hub project that listening out some tasks that I think need to be done to make the application function. So. With that. Yeah I I am still doing branches. To enact some branching policies in in have some branching templates, available and issues templates available that can help a community get involved or help individuals get involved. That's another way that our applications differs that you're wanting to to stay close source in the event that it can be a software as a service project where I'm hoping that this is a community run project and want to get more people involved. Now. Well on at the same time, mine might end up having certain open source pieces like maybe the the new gay package or something but a lot of it I intend at least for to remain closed source. That we both have get up actions set up I only have a build action what all do you have set up? Soon right now I've got the project split up into two different repositories have got their the react project in a Ui repository, and the Web API project in an API repo. In each of those repositories, I've got a build and test action. So when there is a poor request started in order for that poor request to be merged into the master branch, there is an action that is running, build and test on either of those repositories. When there is a merge into master, I have a build and deploy task running so that I am actually deploying into Ayrshire into the Observer's plan for either the Uighur. API. At some point, if we get to defining what a milestone would be for one, Oh Deploy Mentor to Oh deployment, then I'll look into creating releases and the releases would be what deploy into the production environment and merging into master might be deployed into a Dev test environment. That actually made me think of something interesting to me anyway for the releases and the milestones. For my project. It doesn't matter as much..

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"ayrshire" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"ayrshire" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

"Gates overcast. Find out more share gate dot com slash. It pro so so other announcements. I referenced one of them that I've already played with. Did you have any other ones or do you? WanNa talk about that. One the static sites. Let's talk about static Web APPs that's probably one that's relevant to most people and especially folks who are living maybe nationally into or share point land. Because you might be developing a spa or something for share point and now it could have a different place to live. I must've been stuck in my head for a long time because when you set a SPA. I went goat sitting on a beach. Somewhere with a drinkin- little little TV umbrella in there. And I need my spot gotten. It's all good. Yes so static static sites in stature whole APP services hold on yeah the Ayrshire Static Web APPs yes not statics static sites are something different well but isn't technically Hugo marketed as a static. Well Hugo's an engine for building static sites buildings which you can host in like you get like go. Stir like that. So this isn't a static site. This is the place to host your static site e. Yes yes but I just want to be careful that we make the distinction. There's static Web APPs. Which is the new announcement. And that's the new preview service that exists south there and there is also still static website hosting which is bill directly into azure storage. Yes that's an offering that still exists so when you say static website. I think azure storage but really what you're talking about is static web APPs which is the new thing right and you can host the same site in both places you so desire depend or some things you can okay so some things you can host in both places yes so if you truly have a static site than you're good you're fine. You're ready to go but if you have any type of dependency on say back end code. So you're doing something server side or you've got functions integrations or things like that then you're going to want to potentially at static web APPs instead of and I think another driver to static web apps over something storage is what. I'm in storage for me to create a static site in storage. I have to go ahead. And Upload those files myself there's no concept today of Web hoax or direct integration to like a source code repository so when I check in my code automatically build and deploy for me but static Web APPs is going to have that engine and does have that engine inside of it right well in some of its built in because I do know people that have done a whole process using like get hub actions or as devops to automatically build Lake Hugo say in Azure storage to do it that way. Yes but that's different possible but it's built right. That's different too. Because they're using in that case they're the ones who are going over to their kind of their mechanism where they're storing that source code and they're building everything out on that end versus just having a Web Hook over in Web APPs which can pick that up for you through the deployment engine and get it to where it needs to be. So they've done some interesting things static web apps where you can have things like one of the really cool things I saw is you can have a PR. And that say you store all your code in get hub. Well when a new. Pr comes in that's targeted against your master branch or whatever brand against you can actually have that PR staged directly into a deployment slot. So they'll go ahead and run up a full runtime environment based on the code for that. Pr and you can check it out in a live website. And then once you're ready to go and accept that pr you can either do the swap or have it goes through the whole engine and build and deploy into prod so a lot of the stuff that you had to figure out in the past with like multiple build agents multiple tasks multiple steps. Which if you're using it hub. Actions Awesome actions are super powerful. But you go and you look at like the actions marketplace and there are thousands and thousands and thousands of actions. And sometimes you look at an action. You're like I wanted to play a website to Azure Web APPs. There's going to be fifty different actions out there. That let you do that. And summer from hub some from Microsoft and the rest of the community wants. And you don't know which one is the right to use because they all have varying pieces of functionality so to have built directly into the engine is kind of Nice and it's goofy because it's I would say it sort of built into the engine so I actually went and played with for about an hour yesterday because I've been playing with Hugo and I did do all of this in an hour which means it really is simple because as an end developer. Did it in an hour so I had a hugo site that it was playing with an static websites. I was like. I'm going to try this out in the new APP service offering in what it actually does is if you go like. I went and took my to go sight in to the code and kind of manipulated and played with it. It actually still does it. All with azure actions the differences the APP service builds. The your actions file for you. You're talking about hub. Actions get hub actions. Sorry yes it. Builds the actions file for you. So you still just end up with a source code repository with your hub actions in it and then you can go in and manipulate those actions if you want to. But I didn't have to build it. The service built out my hub actions for me nor do you. If you don't know get hub actions yet that's a whole nother world that you would have to learn about so to have it all built into the service again like it's super nicety to you have that there and then you know for better or worse you are in. First Party actions. Which said that hub action marketplace's very wide and very broad. And you never know what you're going to get when you pick a particular task. Yes there are some articles out there. So I had to. For instance I was doing Hugo you do have to do some manipulation of your hub. Actions filed or get it to work with Hugo does not the only ones so this also supports like they're trying to use this to go build it. You can choose like an angular APP or you can choose react angular react view or you can say no framework and that kind of and then go do some good Hugo where some of those other static website generators and there's a bunch of documentation out there and how to do all those different ones already so again. It was pretty simple. I could cover. I was impressed. I think one of the cool things they've done is going to be talk about. This verse is even static. Static website hosting in storage is. They've also built in. Api support with things like Asher functions. So you can go ahead and have author your functions in Ayrshire Functions. And this'll take care of some of the wiring up of Security for your functions. So how do you do user authentication or any type of our back to them along the way it also automatically sets routes for you within your without so it's got some limitations or constraints? Today everything has to be at the slash. Api route but other than that you can route into multiple API's multiple API's than behind that. And then you're kind of like up open and ready to go. And they're going to do the same thing they're just generating those hub actions through the workflow files. So you'll see those end up in your git repository. Yes.

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"ayrshire" Discussed on Back From The Future Podcast

Back From The Future Podcast

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"ayrshire" Discussed on Back From The Future Podcast

"Are really valuable positions to hold and certifications to whole. They'll demand very high salary as you mention even in the Ayrshire Realm. They're demanding quite high salaries as well. Because it's new it's hot everyone's looking forward. It's in high demand you know what's funny one thing that that seeing in the it the it curriculum is the aws. And the as you're training. I think that's why Microsoft back gives the Ayrshire training away for free. They know it's not being yet taught in schools so basically if you WANNA learn azure you can do for three either through linked in which Microsoft owns or you can do it through the new partnership with Parnell cy. Young I actually received an email and signed up for a lot of that free training through plural site through my own personal account. A lot of. There's a lot of training in there and like you said it's all free you must do yourself a service and train up and I think I think Microsoft still gives you two hundred dollars a month in azure credits that you can use to play around and learn yum. Not sure if they still do that. I know that if you work for a company that is in the Azur space already that often if you're given a developer account you'll get a certain amount of compute time A certain I know that the compute time equates to monetary value. I think it's around one fifty. I believe which is quite a bit of time in that space. What check this out. If you.

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"ayrshire" Discussed on Interfaz Podcast

Interfaz Podcast

19:59 min | 1 year ago

"ayrshire" Discussed on Interfaz Podcast

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"ayrshire" Discussed on Human Factor Security

Human Factor Security

14:08 min | 1 year ago

"ayrshire" Discussed on Human Factor Security

"I'm joined today by a two of my friends who fulmer human security tinfoil hat cloak guests. Welcome to the show carry Hendrix Aka fig jam Spca ice show. At how you? I'm not too bad Shuki. Thank you very much. I suppose wants to start this by saying that. Six months ago in September of Twenty nineteen we saw we were so clever. Didn't mean we did attempt for club all about Book Out Bikes Ensemble Apocalypse. And everything else and it seems to me. At the time I blame Kerry completely I really I mean we. We Roll COUPLA and everything but I said much from him recently stroking bids that so. How's it for me yeah? I was barbecuing too much. Say Alice GonNa say so. We said that. In the event of an apocalyptic event that we've followed the smoke to Carrie's place barbecues. So how's the vitamins being catty? Everybody's lockdown. They can only peer over the jealousy. Yes I remember you saying that. Utah things like you'd make. Sure the wolves to supply is covered. You'd make sure you out the appropriate clothing. I make sure that yet. The appropriate marinades because shops are going to be ironic though. Isn't it that we have? I mean it's a great apps. I just listen to again this morning. Just -ticipant of this very professional interviewed that. I'm about to do with you both on his. It's bizarre you know when you listen to it because we were saying things like what happened was just to give everyone. Some context. Was that the various police forces out of seemingly. Nowhere released advice on it. They said she should grab bar in the events of in the events of an emergency. I'm we laughing because we thought the agency CO being breakfast the next one and you remember when Brexit was all anyone spoke about those days. Did you get so? Let's talk about how lockdown street a most specifically from a work point of view. Start with you carry. I mean obviously Stu and I was on last week and we didn't intend to all about security and things we did talk about security but we ended up talking about cheese quite lot. How `bout yourself looking like at the moment Well fortunately our business. Not Customer facing and Actually it's been okay. Some parts of businesses being pretty much unaffected. The biggest part of our business has been affected has been amt training so so there's no so there's no face to face training as in in a cost on that. Annette has had a significant impact. 'cause I've had about one hundred and five students in one course cancel which which was which is quite significant so things happening am around all of their selves. So is not just a case that yet cabbage. Old and everything else Some of these you know. They are relatively time since the Geds but overall it's been pretty right. It's not been terrifying or anything like that. The the main thing is it was a great time to actually see. Our emergency plans actually started kicking in and we actually start work from home and maybe the nails like that because we identified the something like another beast from the east with we would be locked in due to bad weather or anything like that. So so we had already rehearsed things for the event of working from Home Great. Yeah it'll be fine for a week two weeks but yeah six on is like okay. I think I think the fact that was six weeks in everyone sort of adopted to it as far as my business seems to be enough be shown about training. I've got seven chain and courses booked in now which are all social media virtual various video conference and upset that have been required to install for various different clients. I'm slightly. We're just going to carry on accepts that if it was a face to face Shane. Happy to nearly seven hours in front of of Justin people and now it's three hours in front of six people as pick line quest. Okay you will will. At least that's offense. Okay now the the problem is with our courses attained to be five full days of massive boot camp and yet I think it's a bit challenging at the moment discern Basically talk for five hours sitting in a room by yourself but this is why this is why the clients assigned to me. This is what you're just GONNA have to. That's all we can handle. So we just want you to like short and the whole thing and I'm like well okay. But you won't get. I mean it won't be exponential in the same way but I mean you know from seven to three hours. I'll I'll do that if that's what you want to suppose about you. What's the last week that we could go? So anything significant clients. I'm I'm between contracts that they are been continental of Webinars just if nothing else. Keep Him Upright. Active are consistent about that and it was just my daughters Beth at each week. We've just been really cool. So happy about her. Yeah the weapon. Austin's been really interesting so I've been following a series by Adolfo can be take a business series and the it's been very interesting looking at things like digital marketing strategies social media strategies if nothing else just getting under the hood of a business who can help. Businesses actually approached defy that. Because then when you think from the Cyber Security Hot Song you then definitely weaknesses in campaigns. You can see where I would take advantage that trying to d from the fluffy front-end stuff us being quite fascinating science her readiness weapon ause Also I won't name any of them when you go into weapon our weddings a random group of people like a training session where you've got the same. Ot in South Ayrshire When carries courses factors made no another push the rain? If not at least we're going to be in a similar job title together in similar industries but some of these when you're in Lebanon about negotiation for example. Why even weapon about negotiation and not mine was. I've not seen any of the bone you see field in stoppage either but it was just because he was that. I thought really interesting to see how this guy's I'm people who are in that massive age gaps ways disparate backgrounds and. Some of them are still in bed with al. Fayed pulled up video camera now quite clearly. Were doing other things while me. Be more specific specific. There's one guy was cooking breakfast. Oh thank God. I went also getting in the bedroom doing other things that the one who is in bed. I listen screen shotted because it just couldn't believe it I am actually Was very strange by that. Person was not only. Did they get out that whether they went elated? Different bed and pulled a different denise. Eaton take the debate with goes is slightly confused. I don't know really really bizarre. But yeah that was kind of a mental wheat. Ready to kiss. You gotTa keep your brain activists. Most is Asians missing tricky. If they're not using this period of time especially with stuff this furloughed fellas dot com. Still Train I think he's quite critical. That people's brains needs still be active. tip anybody out there. Who is you know listening to? This have got the feats Or otherwise get. Your brain is at some point. We'll have to go back to work. You don't be this. Look each one in the office. So keep right okay Help kids with homework and remember. What my joke Anticyclone that was this morning's question as a weatherman. Please can you tell me about? The weather is over this location. Really okay it's not a cooking Mona gals right. What do we do now? If you beat on any training or webinars the full caddy a no however however with the This couple of happy hours on zoom that. I've been attending and unfunny enough on Fridays. When this happened. What happens is usually when I make food some for the last couple of happy hour. Zoom video meetings been barbecuing cameras? Set up mix the barbecue. I just have older folks. Just watch me barbecue. While having the talk this in Fab abets the only thing keeping them gallon. You know only guys like a well you know the they also come along and say you know with a critique of mine handling of meat. That's not it's cheeky though. Because he imagine some some Popolo who something is going to beans on toast a these catty do and like the full Bob he saying with all the matinees fake then Criti- hid example for example. One of the things was Of had a couple of complaints about cross-contamination right having using the same things for the raw meat and cooked meat. However it's the same as having the same tomes being used for a rare piece of steak and this is the thing that that APP just like that it's none of your Goddamn Business Yorker easy however if if it was chicken though changing us if it was chicken but his thing right I mean. They're not eating it and you're not teaching them to cook. You know it's not like you're saying okay. 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It was a guy getting bollocks basically for businesses because he was in the middle of the kitchen and she was trying to do so it was it was just about. But you know. Nobody's listening to the payers until the point. Everyone's watching what's going on in the background exactly. Although I have to say my favorite I've seen all of them forget the people in bed and change into different bed was ice Weapon All yes. That actually was really good Free CIA Annetta on one of the guys that Jesus Zoom background to put his company logo on it. Yeah that's what I'm saying is very clever sloppy laboratories is you said no sales just inada very clever the way doings appetizing. It's full-on profession. Like that's the thing I I was on one and I thought oh I didn't even realize you could do that particularly reuse until now and then I thought I'll.

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"ayrshire" Discussed on Your Morning Basket

Your Morning Basket

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"ayrshire" Discussed on Your Morning Basket

"Barnhill your host and I am so happy that you are joining me here today. Well I just love the way. These things work out. Sometimes we had planned this episode of the podcast. A COUPLE OF MONTHS AGO. We knew we wanted to have an episode of the podcast. All about lint and how all Christians not just Catholic Christians but everyone how they could all bring a little bit of Linton practices into their family and why they might want to do so. So we plan to do this podcast and I asked my good friend. Father Doug Martin onto the show to come and talk to us a little bit about lint. Well it wasn't too long. After I set up the interview with Father Doug that I got an e mail in the inbox from Ayrshire Rita Choo Choo now. Asha Rita is evangelical author who has written a Linton devotional for non Catholic Christians and She was wanting to come onto the show. Talk a little bit about that. And I thought that sounds fabulous so what we have. Today is a little bit of a different kind of show than what we normally have. We actually have two guests. We went ahead and we did the interview with father. Doug he has a wonderful perspective on lint. He is a Catholic priest but he is also a homeschooling dad. We'll talk a little bit about how that happened In the interview but then we also had Asheri to come on and she talked to us all about her book. What led her to the practice of lint and how non-catholic Christians can experience kind of the joy of land. And I know you don't always think about lint and joy going hand in hand but really really they do and as you listen I would love for you to listen to some of the similarities that go on between the two conversations. You're going to notice that both of my guest Hawk about this slowing down and grieving for the sin that we've brought into the world and the opportunity to join with Jesus in his suffering so I think you're gonNA find actually more similarities than differences between the two conversations. So we'll get on with those right after this word from our sponsor this episode of the your morning basket. Podcast is brought to you by the spring into Shakespeare Challenge. Come on over to the website at Pam Barnhill dot com slash Shakespeare to download your spring into Shakespeare Challenge. Packet what we're trying to do with this challenge is encourage you to read Shakespeare with your kids. We want to take some of the intimidation out of Reading Shakespeare. And all do it together so the packet is going to explain everything about this spring into Shakespeare program for you. We're using misty winkler's five step. Shakespeare lesson plan process to walk you through provide everything you need to help. You get started doing Shakespeare. So the play we're doing together is the comedy of errors and we have a whole packet of information for you on a resources. You can use how to get started with your kids a reading schedule. Everything that you need were outlining. Misty's entire five step process of how she does this and giving you all kinds of wonderful resources. And then we're having a live kickoff event for you and your kids were just trying to get you into doing some Shakespeare and we want to provide you with the resources and the hand holding that you need to make it less intimidating for you so come on over to Barnhill dot com forward slash Shakespeare. Get all the information about the fun live event and also sign up for your very own spring into Shakespeare packet and now on the podcast..

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"ayrshire" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"ayrshire" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

"Changing the products I think ultimately all this aligns to giving better prescriptive if guidance if the teams that built Microsoft teams want it to be all things to all people. That's fine but you better tell me the five or six ways that it can be all things to all people and it can't just be the marketing scenarios for it it's got to be clear deployment guide ends. It's got to be clear operational guidance. Guidance like tell me how to stand it up and then somebody will come back. And I've been guilty of this too right I. I've worked with customers. Who say Gimme the best practice? Let me out. It's like well I can tell you how to be the best bank in the world but I really can't tell you how to be the best retailer right that the best grocery store whatever it is. That's not my background where I've been I get some with that but somebody ultimately has to come out and maybe just say hey I can tell you how to be the best widget maker in the world and you know what if you're a customer and you come in when you buy it and you don't make widgets at least maybe you can see the scenario and align it to whatever it is that you actually do out there okay so this works for obviously SAS products. That's what we're kind of talking about there. For something. Like azure though that is the past. Let's talk about platform as a service. Can you really do that as easily early with that. Because they're they need flexibility so that people can build products on top of past service. Do you have to shift something something there or kind of like going back to windows windows core windows. That's about example. Let's just stop with that. Pass those services have to be flexible so that people can build whatever they might be trying to build on past. Do you think a lot of this feedback is coming more from paths services or. Is it more those office. Three sixty five though SAS services where you expect to buy them turn them on and not have to do anything well. I think it's a little bit of both also. Certainly you feel more pain with those SAS services where you've just bought it and you expect to turn it on and not do anything but in Ayrshire land or aws wherever as you go ahead and buy a pass service like a web APP great. I bought a web APP. You know you have to deploy your product or your website on top half of it or or your container or whatever. It happens to be so if they took something like that though again very clear like just line in the sand operational guidance like if I go into Azure and I want to know what is the performance of and Asher web APP. Well now I've got to go learn about APP service plans. I've got to go learn what small medium and large actually equates to you in all the different regions across like hey what kind of Vm. Is that actually running in the background. and Microsoft Comeback has eight doesn't matter we manage the VM. For you but for some customers it does matter because they already run a workload on premises where they can directly Acquai- we CPU and Ram to performance. Got US so they don't want to go through the exercise figuring out what is an ACU. How does an ACU MAP to? VM AM series. How does it Vm? Series map back to an APP service plan. and Oh my gosh. Why did I have to do all that data and then they want to tie in analytics and they have to go pull well and just completely blanked on the as your service?.

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"ayrshire" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"ayrshire" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

"They've actually got a series of tools that you can go ahead and select from when you're thinking about what that assessment it is going to look like for you so you might not wanna use microsoft's tool but you might want to leverage azure migrate to help you out just is to kind of get a consolidated migration architecture pipeline factory whatever it is going along the way so there's a bunch of third party tools that you can use in their you know you're not locked into to just microsoft anymore and then once you've assessed you can go ahead and actually do your migrations as well directly through azure migrate and i just want to be careful here. You're not it actually doing the migrations through asher migrate there still back in tooling so if you're gonna stay microsoft i party it is still technically as your site recovery that is actually doing the migration russian for you but now there's been a u._i. Wrapped on top of a s._r. That's directly integrated into the migration center in the ayrshire migrate service so that you can kind of see everything in there and just have one stop shopping as you're going out and putting these workloads together which is is pretty nice and pretty seamless. They've cleaned up a bunch of blockers. That might have been there for folks so as you're migrate v two was a preview service you know people we're waiting for it and you had to get your subscriptions waitlisted and there was potentially a little bit of work. You had to do along the way there so a lot of that. Stuff is gone now. It's just kind of jetted hanging out ready to go and it's just a nice kind of like you said smooth on boarding integrated experience that you can have to get going with the service and figure out what you need to do so does v._m. Ware like i said i did that in v one now in v. two does hyper v. as well still no support were within azure migrate as a first party assessment tool for on premises servers. They're certainly third party tools etc pierre. Maybe you still go old school and do something like map toolkit microsoft assessment and planning tool kit something like that okay as i._t. Professionals in the cloud era sometimes it feels like we don't speak the same language as the rest of the organization so when stakeholders from finance or other departments start asking about a specific project or not azure costs they don't always realize how much work is involved in obtaining that information sifting through cluttered c._s._v.'s and a complex massive meditate in order to mainly elite create custom views and reports. It's a real headache on top of helping you understand in reduce your organization's overall as your spend share gate overcast. Let's you group resources into meaningful cost tops and map them to real world business scenarios this way you can track.

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"ayrshire" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"ayrshire" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm in the center of luck. Now in front of the children, which is billed as partial Sissy useful old buildings new buildings kale saying that would be about a dozen men, and there is the flex times the Heat's massive in which which which kinds of food is being cooked. And there's a man taking Nov Ayrshire moved no playoff. It is extremely seeing. This is the kind of place that people look now I answered on here too upset on local journalists found some actually interestingly the election began with quiche you like unemployment like poverty corruption. Development. But as they proceed in the really shouldn't have gone in the background and the political party are going hammered tongs on communal issues. This even religion has been used full-throatedly in twenty fourteen the BJP won by a landslide massive ajar. Are they gonna win by the same margin? Again. I really doubt that and probably the ruling dispensation is also realized that it is not the mode is not the same that was kind of grave another motiva- dearly in two thousand fourteen which took him to the to the hill. What hopefully the kind of language that's been using shows. Some kind of desperation in the man he never talked communal in two thousand fourteen he talked development and people saw him some kind of messiah of the country because there were a lot of problems in that the earlier congressman, Jim and corruption was the big issue. They thought that you're the man who would really transforming into a new modern India. But in five years that has not happened. Okay. That's the under voting. What about Ronald Gandhi leader of the congress, the main opposition leader does he make the same impact? Does he comes saying sort of figure what the public not delete comes out as a nice well-meaning? Puran being but not someone who has it in him. But you know, India is not a potential form of government democracy, and you don't need to vote in the name of an individual. But that is what is happening in India. My name is Andy. My duties election committee that has handicap healthy. Dookie? She says where a group that actually goes out and helps in case of natural disasters. But for the election duty, we're here to help handicapped people since an effort to get everybody to be able to vote very recognizable. Yours lovely yellow waistcoats on has it been busy seem to be a lot of people hit com. Other terror. So. It's been really good. We've been here since thirty seven mostly people tend to come early. It's slow down will be now because of the heat, but people will come back in a little later stops people from voting old navy Cossiga calmly vic- what Mineta maybe they're not happy with the candidate or the road around their homes, not being built or they will promise something, and it's not being delivered. So there is a section of society that doesn't come out and vote for that reason. But that ten twenty percent is what we're targeting and maybe next time they'll be a hundred percent turnout written.

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"ayrshire" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

12:34 min | 3 years ago

"ayrshire" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

"Microsoft, cloud under happy news. Should we talk about happy news early of more? I think we can rant a little bit more about outages. Okay. Talk a little bit about this world of where maybe differentiator come into play. I mentioned how I like some things that the. The Ayrshire teams do with RCA's. But I don't like everything they do. I'm a complainer. I just want to be a corruption like get off my cloud cynical by nature. Yes. There were some things that happened this week as well with the back end telemetry services inside of Asher. So there's monitoring intellectuals services that do things like collect metrics from the resources you deploy. And then you need to be able to surface, those metrics inside something like, Azure, monitor logging Olympics or in other operational toll set, and maybe you want to do things like surface alerts based on that. So I have a storage account that went down while that's not a good thing. Because my case that I wrote depends on it. I would relate to be alerted of that. So I can figure out if I need to fail over do whatever. So what do you do when the back end of the system goes down that supplies? You your alerts that's kind of one. Side of it. And the other side of it is like how do you know, there was an outage? So normally would I would do for an Asher service is I would go to the Ayrshire status page. So there's kind of the public status page, which I think we've talked about in the past, but it gives you kind of global health, and then there's the actual service health of the resources you deploy within Asher itself. So Microsoft knows within your subscriptions. Here's the things you've actually turned on. So that's all well and good. So normally, you would go into service health or you would go into status, and you would know where that stuff is. And one of the RS feeds that you, and I watch is this big monster feed that just comes out of the tech community. And it's basically you kind of every article published across any blog in the tech community just gets dumped into this all feet. Sometimes they migrate like nine hundred old articles into this speed to and it just destroys RSS feed. Sometimes they do things like that. But side topic as I was kinda. Eating Mark all is red on some of those articles from two thousand six that were being migrated into tech community. Thanks, Mike herself. There was a couple of things that popped up from this blog for Ayrshire monitor status. So I said Asher monitor is kind of the single pane of class to go in and get this operational data. It's how you interact with metrics. It's kind of you're jumping point to maybe interact with logs and logging Olympics. It's where you go to get your service health in your resource health, and it was really weird. So there's this Asher monitor status blog and all these articles started popping up in there about outages in Ayrshire monitor and outages in log analytics, I'm like, that's kind of a strange thing. Because if the monitor's down, how are you going to get alerts from monitor how do you get alert that the alerting system is down and the answer is you don't sets not a good thing. And could only seen these articles come through. And I do hop over to Asher status right to the proper global service health. And there's nothing there for it. It's like, well, you know, I recognize based on the way they work on these things that you might not see it for a little while because they're focused on fixing the problem, right? They don't always have time to write a blog post and update a blog because they're trying to action the issue, and that's a good thing. That's where you want to be in what you want to have to happen. But just waiting over a couple of days, even some of this stuff just never showed up in Azure status. There were these extended outages where things like logging Olympics, depending on where your tendency was hosted in which region or GIO you had to played into you could have been down for logging Olympics as long as twenty hours and not down for query, but maybe down for like alerting on the back end. So that's not a good thing. How were you as customer supposed to know that there's this thing called the Ayrshire monitor status blog, and this is the only place that it was written to you. And this is the only place that RCA's are published for this service. Like, why is this stuff not on the main your status, and it's not eat needs to be published over there? I'm just so annoyed by this one because customers rely on the back end services like this so heavily that Microsoft does real disservice to them by not pushing this information over there. That's the one place. It does belong like this does not belong on the hidden blog on tech community. I wonder do they use Asher monitor to monitor Azure update that status pages us one of those where camp update that if it's down because you know, what I mean, it's the whole Amazon thing AWS thing they had when they can update their status page because the regional host of their status page was. Down all the cons. There's a little bit of that. But the hosting infrastructure is out. It's been running the whole time. This was more like the back end alerting system went down. So there's no reason that you can't go just push some taxed if you can push to a blog. You can sure as heck like find a way to push it out to the actual status. Just go to a manual update. If you have to or find a way to communicate with your customers because I was talking to bunch of folks internally, and we're we go back and forth on our daily calls. Like, hey, did anybody know there was a twenty hour outage alerts yesterday and logging Olympics and is like. No, I never heard of that link. How would we even know about that? Well, you it's going to be a pretty tough thing. There's a fair amount of blog post. So the other thing that was interesting one two three four five six seven eight thirty blog posts here about different issues since the beginning of the year. Yeah. So the last two months, and if I go back just a week, right? So we're at the twenty second. Now, it's February twenty-second if I go back to February twenty thirteen or February thirteenth. So we're only talking nine days there's been one post every day for a different issue or a resolution to an issue that took a couple of days to get to you things like that. And again, it really takes me off. Like, none of this stuff is actually over on the status side of the world. So I understand it might be noisy. But like, this is the stuff that I want to know is customer because it impacts me. Like, this isn't just oh my. User can't sign in can sign it. This is like your ongoing operations, and and the bedrock of how you've stabbed your service offering on top of Asher like you. Gotta find a way to do that better. We've talked about it before the the Microsoft three sixty five status Twitter account that I felt for some of the office three sixty five stuff, but we don't even talking as we were going into looking at some of these teams route 'cause there's not even a central place to just go. Find root cause analysis for the entire Microsoft cloud. As some of these things even get tied closer and closer together. You look at the overlap sometimes office three sixty five and Azure, and how as outage affects office three sixty five or various Azure services that teams relies on. I think we've covered at one of our other episodes. There's like twenty two different as your services that are leveraged Microsoft teams. There should be a central place. You can go to to see the Microsoft cloud status. What's up what's down? Where can I go? Find my cousin. Alice's I want that one central place that has all that information. And it just doesn't exist right now. I would amend that statement slightly that one place if they ever get to that point, and they can make that happen. It means to be public. It can't be hidden behind a message center or something else like that. So the teams outage great, you've got whatever it is like t- three sixty five status that you can follow on Twitter. And it says all right? Here's the message and the message center what if I don't have access to the message center because I'm not the admin, but I wanna know what's going on. And when I'm going to be operate. Maybe I'm just the guy or the person at a location who is trying to run my business on top teams in my users can't chat with each other. So now stuff isn't happening in the warehouse is that an IT thing. Or is that just me trying to figure out ways do my business better? I shouldn't be gated behind some weird authenticated system that I can't even search for the stupid idea. And the message center once in there, right? I just got a browse through until they who. Hopefully, find it. If it got published my tenant. Had the issue where they kept saying go to the message center to see the update on the teams issue. But I kept getting that service available when I tried to go the Adleman center, which also gets the message center, so they go see the message center. Like can't the message centers down. It's not a thing. That actually exists doesn't do me a lot of good right now because the services unavailable anyways. Yeah. There's I feel like they could definitely do some work around some of those like we've kind of said some of them out of some of the reporting it's a little bit of nickel up. Yeah. I just hope that over time that they continue to improve and work on that. So I think more communication is always better than less is specially when you have very needy customers or just customers who want to be in the know and feel educated you might you'll as a back end reliability engineer or the person at Microsoft that. Well, customers don't need to know this stuff. But honestly, that's really not your decision. To make click give the data to the customers as long as it's not giving away proprietary information. Or it's gonna lead you to being in a further compromise position. Whatever give your customers access to the data. They might not know what to do with it. And that's okay. Maybe you have to educate them a little bit, more, whatever. But at least they'll feel like you're communicating with them. And that they do have a little bit of power because the more this stuff happens and the more you transition over to cloud hosted workloads like this. You just get this sense as you talk to people and you go through forums or you run these services for yourselves, right? Like, you help customers run these services the customer feels powerless eufaula powerless, and it's just not a great place to be I agree. And it's it's hard again. I'm not turned into a little bit of cynical episode. But it's I mean, Microsoft what they're doing. I wouldn't wanna try to do it. But there's definitely some ways they need to improve around some of that let. The customers know what's going on? And hopefully, these outages, get less and less hint. It's been a bad three or four months. I've had people again that are be like, you know, what I'm starting to dealt the wisdom of going to the cloud because it's been up and down for the last four months, and hopefully, they get better they're learning from each of these it's growing, the cloud is huge. It cannot be an easy task to keep this all updated and make sure these outages are minimized, but there's definitely some improvements that could be made as well. Power shall a fantastic tool for your daily tasks that IT pro wouldn't it be great? If you could take power shell to the next level with script runner you manage in develop your scripts and a central place, monitor all power schilling. Titties securely delegates scripts to help us users end others script runner automatically creates a web interface with no additional coating script runner is the leading all in one solution for power shell. You're going to the Microsoft ignite to our in Amsterdam drop by visit SCR. 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The Double Standard of Work-Life Balance

Safe For Work

03:18 min | 3 years ago

The Double Standard of Work-Life Balance

"A lot about work life balance on this show, including from the point of view of women, especially moms trying to balance child rearing and career and all of those challenges. But what about the men? Yes. What about us about us rates, and that's actually care about you. Really? Oh, no, wait. We do. That's actually my first question to our guest, safer work. Regulars his executive coach Larry seal. Larry are there special challenges for men when it comes to balancing home, life and work life yet? You know, it's interesting because in some ways men have it easier, but where it gets tough. I think is women in our society, and in general, Mike experiencing coaching people. They're paying attention to family issues, and they're structuring things and kind of the CEO at home, even if they have a big job more so than their husbands. And so when their husbands decide, hey. Hey, wait a minute. This is a priority for me, and I need to pay attention to it. It's usually pretty far down the road of it's bad. The partners have reached a breaking point, basically. Yeah. Either their partners have or their kids have their kids are complaining or they're seeing their kids. You know, checking out if things or not sharing with them in the same way. And all of a sudden, it's an all my gosh moment something needs to shift here. So what's the result? Well, the hardest thing is thinking that you can do anything different. Right. So everybody who is working hard. And is not in balance. It has decided my work is critical. I bring home the bacon. It's how I get my my self-satisfaction identity. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. So therefore, I've got to be connected all the time. And I really don't have any room to get in mitt team's going to be working until eight o'clock. So I couldn't possibly leave before that the Ayrshire. And there's a right. There's a logical piece to that. But the reality is managers with huge jobs set deadlines. Right. They'll say, look, I'm outta here. At six I'm going to go home. I'm gonna be with my family. We're gonna have dinner we're going to have some time. I may log in later at nine o'clock and help out and help solve problems. But the carve out the time they make that decision to say this is critical to me too. And just just saying I'm gonna do. That is scary because you feel like you're not holding up your end. Yeah. Well, it's like you're still expected to work twenty four seven, but you're in a different place. But I think a lot of this comes down to the kind of mixed messages that company send or or the way we received the company messages because on the one hand people are starting to be more enlightened about offering can are like paternity leaves and things like that. Or more flexible vacation schedules on the other hand, we know from data that a lot of people, but particularly men don't even take the vacation. They get never mind. Take a turn ity. It's like they really are fearful about stepping away and exercising any balance yet. It's almost a joke in corporate leadership that hey, we've got unlimited vacation policy take it whenever you want. And yet you look at what people actually take it's always less than two weeks.

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"ayrshire" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"ayrshire" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

"Dot com forward slash Microsoft cloud. I just wanna be clear with this one too. Because we talk about it as Azure, logic, apps or flow or power, apps or things like that. It's a connector that interrogates and works against an API. And really we're talking about the features and functionality of that graph security API. So it's not just alerts for maybe identity protection for users that graph API actually lets you or it's getting data fed into it from a bunch of different places for alerts. So it's getting data from Ayrshire security center from Azure, active directory, identity protection cloud app securities in there. It's got windows defender advanced threat protection AIP is in their into is going to be there office three sixty five will be there, and even Azure ATP will be there. And then there's third party partners or is fees that are publishing in there as well. So today, if you think about maybe combining Asher security center, and you know, your next gen firewalls like Palo Palo Alto has connector. A feeder into the graph security API. So if I wanted to I could build a graph solution that builds out this rich playbook with service now and everything else. And all it's doing is giving me security alerts from my fraternal machines, and my firewalls that are cloud hosted which would be really cool. This is a nice little connector that they came out with. And it'll be fun to see if they continue to come up with more connectors more interactions of the grave API, the graph API to build out all kinds of fun stuff. So I think that's it. Obviously, there's always more news. We can talk about. But we should probably rep it up since we both have work to do. Oh events. There's some events coming up to we're going to talk about those just talking. So. Yes, there couple some we will be at some. We will not be at there's another. I think they started this last year the business application summit. There's another one of those coming up. We'll throw it in the show notes. It's an Atlanta in June. So if you are in that business, apps power, BI dynamics power apps flow. This is. A couple of as you might want to check out. And then in March there is the North American collaboration summit out Branson, Missouri. And I actually going to be out there. I am giving. I think I'm giving two sessions that was originally one on some of the reporting stuff in office three sixty five. I think I'm going to be doing what now on, Azure, and Microsoft three sixty five leak podcast episode only more of a presentation about why office three sixty five men's also should understand Asher from an admin perspective in how Asher plays into office three sixty five from that ministry perspective. So if you are anywhere near Branson or want to go to Branson, Missouri for a conference. This is a good conference put on by Mark Rakkli out there. So that should be fun. Sure point conferences coming up again as well. Which as of right now, I don't think neither you nor. I are gonna make it out there too that when this year, but that one's out in Vegas another cheer point conference out there if you are interest. Sted in that. So I think that's the big ones coming up in the next three or four months sense. Get it tastes start. Yes. Links and the show notes early links to all the conferences there with that. Well, today sounds good. Thanks. All right. We'll talk to you again next week. If you enjoyed the podcast, go leave us a five star rating, an IT it helps to get the word out. So more IT pros can learn about office three sixty five Asher. If you have any questions who want us to address on the show or feedback about the show feel free to reach out our website, Twitter or Facebook, thanks again for listening and have a great day.

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"ayrshire" Discussed on Windows Weekly

Windows Weekly

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"ayrshire" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"I didn't think it was going to be a permanent thing. Right. Because remember back when they did it. They were making a pretty major change to the way that updates worked thought probably seventeen versions ago or something. But it seemed like they were going to. Had to do with like delta updating. I I don't remember the exact, but they were making pretty significant change. And I thought it was just going to be for that particular version, and that kind of made sense to me. But like, you just said, you know, the way this works in the beginning if you opted into skip head right now, and you actually got to build the very best. You can hope for is that it would be roughly the same as what you see in nineteen Eighty-one, but actually more often than not we've seen in the past year behind right? So there are new features coming in the current. I dunno to call the currently develop a version of windows, ten whatever. The skip ahead version is actually behind you actually have less stuff in some ways, less new style. Less of the new stuff or whatever that kind of runs contrary to the mindset of the people who would want to be in skip ahead. And I frankly, I just don't I don't quite get it. What else is new? I'm going to be curious about. So I found out the codename of nineteen the thing we would normally call nineteen h two is vanadium TRAN the reason it's been eighty is they're sinking their codenames in their development process with the Ayrshire team now that the engineering teams are combined. So I carry us if they're ever going to call this vanadium or if they're going to call it nineteen to. I'm just I mean, I just care about that. Because I I'm crazy about codenames. But. It's gonna be weird Redstone. We were doing Redstone wanted four. Then we switched to nineteen Eighty-one. Now, we may switch back to a code name again to talk about these bills. Nineteen h one what was the real Kodama that don't sit. Right. But then they dropped it right for four nineteen never used sticks. Yeah. Pre Redstone builds. They would always be an R S, whatever number in the build string in this one had actually doesn't nineteen Eighty-one one. So right in other words, maybe you would see that name in the Bill string or it would say nineteen eighty two I'm gonna guess they're gonna stick with nineteen eighty-two. Be interesting. Sorry. I was looking at the side effects of an idiom. Don't eat it play around. Put your hands handle. You're pregnant you might want to stay away from. Delight your pets. Eat it. Also. All right. So. I think we'll take a break and thank our sponsor..

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