22 Burst results for "Bodo"

"bodo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:57 min | 2 months ago

"bodo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The web at the Schmidt dot org. It's morning addition on WNYC on Michael hill, after sandy devastated New York City, artist Sarah Cameron sunda, decided to surrender herself to sea level rise for the last 9 years, she has traveled worldwide to stand in water and allow high tides to engulf her body. Today, in Queens, she concludes this work. Doubly NYC's rosemary miss dairy takes us on the east river for one of the final rehearsals. Welcome to the east river. Artist Sarah Cameron sunda approaches the water. Scores of east descend on how it's cove in Queens, a sliver of sandy beach just north of Socrates sculpture garden. It's low tide and I am walking out towards the water. I will stop just before I reach the water's edge. A bright orange city parking ticket floats by. Fishermen drop cages off their lines down the sea wall. And sunda is wearing a red dress. Her shoes are sinking into the sand as the river rises. I will stay here for the next 12 hours and 39 minutes as the water rises on my body up to my chin and then goes back down again. Sunda has traveled to 9 locations affected by sea level rise. From the San Francisco Bay to New Zealand, as part of a project called 36.5, a durational performance with the sea. Her inspiration was hurricane sandy. Sandy made me think about and feel in my body, the climate crisis. And how extreme weather events and sea level rise will inevitably affect New York City. Passerbys stare with prolonged curiosity over the sea wall, as the water slowly inches up her back. Some sit and watch, but she has a proposition. I invite everyone to come stand in the water with me. When people join me in the water, that is when they have a profound experience. The purpose of this conceptual piece is to provoke meditation, dialog, and hopefully action. I understood for the first time how vulnerable we are as a city that is surrounded by water. That it was entirely possible that in my lifetime, New York could disappear or that we would have to abandon the city because of sea level rise. This Harlem artist calls the final performance a homecoming. The ritual is also taking place on the same day in a total of 9 global locations, including bay of all saints in Brazil and bodo inlet in Kenya. By stepping into the water by creating this image of people who are unprepared for the water to rise. I'm trying to create an image of a city urban people who are sinking

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"bodo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:09 min | 2 months ago

"bodo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Will stop just before I reach the water's edge. A bright orange city parking ticket floats by. Fishermen drop cages off their lines down the sea wall, and sunda is wearing a red dress. Her shoes are sinking into the sand as the river rises. I will stay here for the next 12 hours and 39 minutes as the water rises on my body up to my chin and then goes back down again. Sunda has traveled to 9 locations affected by sea level rise. From the San Francisco Bay to New Zealand, as part of a project called 36.5, a durational performance with the sea. Her inspiration was hurricane sandy. Dandy made me think about and feel in my body the climate crisis. And how extreme weather events and sea level rise will inevitably affect New York City, passerbys stare with prolonged curiosity over the sea wall as the water slowly inches up her back. Some sit and watch, but she has a proposition. I invite everyone to come stand in the water with me. When people join me in the water, that is when they have a profound experience. The purpose of this conceptual piece is to provoke meditation, dialog, and hopefully action. I understood for the first time how vulnerable we are as a city that is surrounded by water, that it was entirely possible that in my lifetime, New York could disappear or that we would have to abandon the city because of sea level rise. This Harlem artist calls the final performance a homecoming. The ritual is also taking place on the same day in a total of 9 global locations, including bay of all saints in Brazil and bodo inlet in Kenya. By stepping into the water by creating this image of people who are unprepared for the water to rise. I'm trying to create an image of a city urban people who are sinking,

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"bodo" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

06:50 min | 7 months ago

"bodo" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Fan, you just, they're just codes of human behavior. That fan should be gone forever. You should never come back. If that's true, if that's true, I didn't see the whole video. He's gone forever. And I actually agree with Chris and I sent this on TV in an elaborated on a podcast with Tim Bon temps after Kyrie flipped off to Celtics fans that got fine. And there was a string of this Durant talked back to a fan in the front row, Devin Booker talked back to a fan of the front row with a profane term used and I don't think Booker got fine, but Duran did. It might take is like, look, obviously we can't have a league where players are gesticulating obscenely at fans after every inane taunt that they hear, but if a fan, look, you can boo, you can air ball, you can use stink KD, nice shopper, but that's all basketball stuff. You start getting personal, you start name calling, you start using language that is just flat out obscene and I don't even think like an F bomb is really obscene or an S bomb, but like you go beyond that and you start talking about players on more personal level, I agree with Chris. Like they should be able to talk back and not get fined. That's my take on that. Within a reason, right? If you talk back in your car on tape saying something horrible and you approach the fan in a way that could risk a malice in the palace sort of situation, that's different. If you're just yapping, if you're yapping back at fans that are yapping at you, I agree with Chris. I think the league is over policing that. So I'm on marant pool. To your point, Taylor Jenkins said the grizzlies have concluded that that the yank is the play on which morant was injured. I assume that said in good faith because I know Taylor Jenkins and I think he would say that in good faith, I assume that's the conclusion of the grizzlies medical staff. My reaction to that is okay. I mean, I don't know. You mentioned another play that was out there like, are we really definitively concluding that? I assume that setting good faith, I don't know if I actually buy that anyone can definitively say that I saw I just saw a whole lot of, I don't want to say nothing because it could have tweaked his knee a little bit, but I didn't see any intent. What I saw was in basketball games, limbs are moving around all the time. Bodies are coming together. People are reaching people are pushing off. People are elbowing and like, sometimes you reach, I don't mean to sound dirty. Sometimes you reach and you don't, and you don't get the thing that you are reaching for, you get something else. And so I just saw an unfortunate thing, I did not think there was any parallel at all between that and the Dylan Brooks airborne flagrant on Gary Payton the second. I didn't think there was any reason to discipline Jordan Poole for this game. And all I'm hoping for is that my conspiracy theory is correct and that John morant, who's averaging 38 points per game in this series and shooting 13 of 30 on threes that they're giving him, all I hope is that he's healthy and can go because if he's, if he's out, they're not winning tonight. And if they don't win tonight, I just don't see them even with home court winning three straight against the warriors. I picked warriors in 6. I just think the warriors are better. I think their offense is really, really hard to guard. We can talk about that. But that's just my take going forward. Is there anything you want to talk about this series? What you saw, how the grizzlies can adjust tonight with or without jaw. Not really from that standpoint. I'll add one or two more things to just the general point where we're talking about that play. That was largely what I saw too just as far as and maybe again, maybe it's me wanting to think that, you know, Jordan Poole's just reaching for the ball there. It's not easy to just steal the ball from someone. There's a reason that people dribble away from you. There's a reason that jaws is talented and skilled as he is. And so it's natural to think that you wouldn't necessarily just be able to reach the ball when someone's dribbling it away from you. I thought it was interesting that kind of looking back at the Dylan Brooks play with Gary Payton that you noticed before that happens that ja reaches out and grabs Gary Payton's arm to foul him. And I don't even remember, obviously, Dylan Brooks got the flagrant, but job basically fouled him first by reaching and grabbing his arm when Gary Payton was moving at a pretty high speed. So stuff can happen on any given play. I would actually think there's a greater likelihood of someone getting hurt that way. Generally speaking, obviously if jaws knee was messed up before, then, you know, again, I think there's kind of a lot of stuff just swirling around. But I don't love this uptick in. And by the way, I was looking back, I'm trying to figure out, has there been an uptick in people accusing people of hurting folks, obviously the warriors have been accused of plenty in the past between draymond. I remember the Zaza peculiar play obviously with Kawhi Leonard a few years ago that was a huge, huge deal at the time. So it comes up every year, Matt Matthew del bodo was obviously accused a number of times and, you know, whether he was a dirty player, whatever. Stuff comes up, I understand that, but I'm not as used to hearing validity given to it or coaches saying it or frankly ja. And I keep in mind that jazz is a young guy. He's extremely young. It was a little bit surprising to see him tweet that. Like I said, I'll give him. I wasn't surprised by it, nor was I offended, not offended. Nor did I really care about either way, just because that's a that's a you you put a black mark on one of our guys and we as his brothers and his teammates are offended by that characterization of Dylan Brooks. So we're gonna fire back under, you know, we're emotional, it's an emotional time. I didn't, I didn't really care too much about that. I think you should have kept a tweet up, frankly. You deleted the yeah, at that point, I'm like, you know, especially just because we know how that team is as far as they're going to say what they say, and they're going to back up what they do. So, I don't know. I imagine somebody probably got to them and said you should take this down. But either way, and my heart of hearts, I don't think it was intentional. I've been a little bit surprised just by how vocal, seemingly so many people and people with and around these teams have been with regards to kind of suggesting really strongly that stuff is intentional at a time where we don't know that. And I don't think there's enough of a history built in with these teams with these players or anything like that to have more validity to it than just something that might be a one off. But yeah, that's kind of my thought on it..

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"bodo" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:36 min | 8 months ago

"bodo" Discussed on ESPN FC

"That will have percentage questions. And I've just commentated on bodo Glenn beaten Roma. This could be let's get them out of the way then. Percentages of clock in the morning. He'll be getting up at 4 o'clock in the morning. And his baby on the way. All right, Liverpool are in the Premier League this season. Oh, that is a 51 49. Lampard to save Everton from relegation. Frank. 20 5% 25. Chelsea to reach the Champions League semifinal. 20%. Besides spurs, spurs to be in the Champions League next season. Oh. Oh, that's a good one. That is a good one. I think it's a two horse race so it has to be 50 50 between them and arsenal. United to win the Premier League in the next three years. See. All right. Did you notice the angs in dance face when he said it's a two horse race? Better make sure I get that correctly. That's like the guy who's taking a penalty kick and takes it right down the middle. He's got a nice.

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"bodo" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:52 min | 9 months ago

"bodo" Discussed on WTOP

"Before their bodies were shipped back to the U.S. hundreds of service members and civilians saluted the marines in the town of bodo Norway Traffic and weather on the 8s now and Carlos Ramirez is in the WTO P traffic center Thanks John and we're tracking the accident scene that happened at just before 4 o'clock and it is right there on the westbound side of route 50 on your approach towards the Baltimore Washington Parkway at last report looks like they may have completely cleared that out of the way However I am still seeing a slight volume delay This tells me that more than likely there is a little bit of activity left over However that leftover activity should be in the clearing stages by now If you're headed on the inner loop of the beltway headed over towards the I two 70 spur the work zone is on the ramp that takes you to the two 70 spur and it's actually on the right side of that ramp be aware Now on the outer loop of the beltway they went looking for an accident scene Just after kenilworth avenue it's actually a little closer to the route one exit As I'm now looking at the camera it looks like it is blocking at least one left lane a little far away here in the camera You should have at least one lane available to you on the right hand side of the roadway Looks like it is just the one lane I love when they zoom in right in the middle of my report So fun Fart left lane is what's blocked right now You have three lanes available to you to the right Go ahead and save your language You should be just fine I 95 BW Parkway You're all up to speed down Virginia very little to talk about 28 northbound is a little slow there near new Braddock road surprise surprise Join the YMCA in March with a $25 enrollment fee and enjoy three new member experiences like pickleball drop ins cooking classes and more Visit YMCA D.C. dot org for details offer ends March 31st Carlos Ramirez WTO be trafficked Sure team four meteorologist Ryan Miller it's been too cold to be outside without a fire pit in two windy for the fire pit to be safe in the backyard So might as well just stay inside of here and.

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"bodo" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

Data Engineering Podcast

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"bodo" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

"Coats call doesn't exist today with the existing sequel solutions. You run in production or on large data set and neo dan. You may get an error with baldo compilation time. You can actually get those errors betty easily. I'm have more correct coats. That's an area that i'm excited about. We have a lot of optimizations coming out for python In general that's also interesting and challenge a lot of data processing database ways of thinking in the past where pell competing wasn't considered as strongly as bodo is focusing on and in general we are focusing on user experience. Know they're throwing the right errors and all the little things that developers expect from a good tool platform to make it as easy to adopt and delights last possible so a lot of things going on the hear a lot more about us hopefully so are there any other aspects of the work that you're doing it bodo or the overall space of hp and mpi and just optimization of data processing workflows that we didn't discuss yet to cover before we close out the show i think in general having appello competing mindset in the enterprise is very important to kinda think differently..

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"bodo" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

Data Engineering Podcast

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"bodo" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

"Way your developers tell you need to build them. So developers need to have a bigger voice in terms of the needs of the enterprise and their productivity has to be prioritized. I think more. I think we have a good trend going on in terms of developers having more say but i think there needs to be even more attention on developers in the enterprise so that has been a challenge kind of explaining all these various aspects to various personas. Banta cries of what the solution should be and communicating that. What makes this even. More complicated is the fact that there are so many different cels so many different options out there that a lot of just throw their hands up. Hey i don't know. I'll take whatever eight gives me all take. What is your reps. Told me to use it just solar whelming so getting out of that mindset on. Hey you can really have a simple architecture and pick the right tools and shouldn't give up is also at a challenge that we say along the way for people who are interested in the potential for bota to be able to accelerate their code and simplify their systems architecture. What are some of the cases where bodo might be the wrong choice. Or instances where you've spoken with a customer and realized that problem that they were trying to solve is not one that bodo is well suited for definitely so we have. I mean french compiler for python but really the target is data processing applications so when they hear the war python you know we are not targeting something like a web server written by donna or some other things. That's clearly not a use case of the other issue. That i also mentioned was the fact that when you say python a lot of customers sinks small data and maybe some of those beta science applications we are saying no we are here for big data and what i tell customers is that hey if pandas those works and the data small why changed at bordeaux is just unique to learn.

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"bodo" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

Data Engineering Podcast

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"bodo" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

"So we want the python code be from developing prototyping all the way to production without any of these extra steps so one aspect is obviously performance at scale ability daughter aspect is testing at checking on type checking ahead of time with bodo compiler because its end end to end compilation. All the data types are checked. If there's some issue you will see it intesting compilation time. Not in a long running production job failing during production. So that's i think t- and i think it has to be improving the python community this consciousness off the fact that the api's have to be type -able though some corner cases that need to be ironed out. But it's not the large issue. I think a lot of a abstractions are already in that space it just minor tweaking in some corners that we giving feedback to buy products. Such has pan us to do. So that's one aspect in terms of software architectures unfortunately because the driver execute has become the default paradigm law of infrastructure projects have adopted attend. There's a lot of inefficiencies in the data platform architecture. That comes with it. So it's hard for bodo bodo based solution to plug in and yet all efficiences. We have ways to integrate boto almost anywhere. We have tried like to take full advantage of bodos capabilities. We believe the programmers on data. Engineers really need to think about the fact that you don't have those driver executed limitations and you can really think palo. I'm designing your architecture around truly pell system so that's a way of thinking that we think. Think an advance for taking fool advantage of bullying in the data. Infrastructure is far as the assumptions and expectations. That you had when you first began working on this problem and exploring how to turn it into a viable business model. What were some of the assumptions that you had that have been challenged or had to be reevaluated. As you have progressed through the implementation of the technology and building the business around it and working with customers. That's a great question..

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"bodo" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

Data Engineering Podcast

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"bodo" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

"Of course it was on one core all the way to ten thousand dollars or more we have tests in those scales as well so you can use both the weather. It's deep learning or other machine. Darting outbursts have does data processing on any scale that you want one key aspect of those stems is not. They provide a spec- features. Otherwise training new orleans was so expensive that without. Hvac is gonna take forever not practical so bodo being mpi Ecosystem can integrate with those tools and systems very well. So you can know your data processing bodo and we have features managing those details if you need to integrating all the other. Gp based tools that are built for this purpose. So we naturally integrate. We got tools in this area for things like spa. It took years to bill features integrated with in other systems out there for efficient processing of a metal accent other machine learning algorithm as far as the actual python aspects of being able to infer the intent of the program and be able to recreate this optimizing algorithm running in this native binary. What are some of the aspects of the language and its ecosystem that have made that a complicated endeavor and some of the potential software architecture and programming patterns that you might run into that could act as bottlenecks or optimization cliffs for being able to build out these algorithms automatically so in general python is a great language and its adoption by everybody from canova schoolkids all the way to in various areas.

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"bodo" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

Data Engineering Podcast

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"bodo" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

"The creator of apache airflow and more data pioneers spearheading some of the biggest movements and data. The first fifty people who are as vp will be entered to win an oculus quest to and then for the actual distribution of the data to the different tasks that are executing across his parallel cluster. I'm wondering what you are building. Fire some of the integration or optimization layers for people to be able to fetch data from whatever storage layer they might be using whether that's files s. three or data warehouse or you know multiple different databases and then being able to chunk that out and distributed across the parallel execution. And just some of the planning that needs to go into the application designed to be able to take advantage of some of the efficiencies that bhutto was trying to build in for the sort of parallel data distribution aspects. That's a great point. Data has to come to the cluster efficiently for fishing computer. Happen if your data takes forever to load than doesn't matter how fast the computers for bodo though we are completely storage agnostic and we want to support all different kinds of storage whether it's object storage data lakes to the new lake house paradigm with iceberg today warehouse so we have optimized connect storage for all of these options and the way they work is different. Cores know what chunk of data they need to load and they loaded as efficiently as possible on s. three. Of course there a lot of pelham. It's very scalable system with typically party fouls on parque pieces that we load efficiently on data warehouses. Some of them today may not be as easy so we are building connectors..

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"bodo" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

Data Engineering Podcast

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"bodo" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

"Now you're dc compiler if you're writing see to process data doesn't know what you're doing you could see his nukes and translates them to binary code and yes star low-level level optimizations to allocate the registers while and yet tavon news scaler variables and things like that but the high level doesn't know what's going on in the code with bodo they compiler starts with a very high level which means that the compiler understands data frames understands data frame joins group by user defined functions with baker frame apply transformations so under says all of those things and optimizes. The program on paralyzes the program based on those insured properties. So it's as if the compiler has the same knowledge as the programmer in some way and this is made possible because the api's in pan does umpire the so mature that they keep semantics in place. The data frames and join all of those aspects are already in the are not lost in luke's daughter compilers operator. The luke level but bodo operates at high level. Api level so. That's the major difference. So you're not getting maybe a little bit better sequential program out though getting a lot of the program bolts on sick lunch last running on a single and began running on as many as you want. That's chee difference so on the platform side. The difference of the platform implementation is that so on the computer has mentioned. We are taking a parallel computing approach. Which is this single program. Multiple late architecture. These processes that can work independently. The libraries are taking the suit competing approach from spark gas grade which is assuming that in the suit at competing your assuming you have a heterogeneous environment where the client is less a mobile phone Over the internet connects to some server. And you have to deal with all lenny. Shoes disconnection with tcp m..

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"bodo" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

Data Engineering Podcast

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"bodo" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

"Marketing sales team wants to data right now. Nuts three months from now. So it's not really practical to go through all that complexity of the code because of those reasons anytime you say the words high-performance computing you say high-performance. That's good. you say compute. That's fine but if you put them together. A lot of people get scared from users to enterprises to investors. They just don't like these three wars together because it has never worked for the enterprise. It's just too complicated. Bodo we believe for the first time democratize is high performance computing for regular developers. Because you don't need to write low level code you'll go this tight on and high level and you don't even need to learning late is so we believe we are bringing to the enterprise for the first time and as a result we believe we are democratizing machine learning. Ai because yes what. The big tech companies are actually using hvac for their yard. They're actually using kiai and all the right techniques internally but the rest of the world has to take advantage of the same techniques. So that's on the compute side and the program. Ability sipe from agra make point of view that day top locations are really parallel computer applications and fit. Hpc paradigm betty. Well so if problem has been solved decades ago. Why not. Just use it. I mentioned shuffle. You exchanging data this so-called. All tall operation has been solved thirty forty years ago and this npr implementation. Everyone has optimized including cloud grow wider by the way some of the largest supercomputer Supercomputers in the world are in the cloud and they have all the benchmarks everything so why not use all the development for decades in that ecosystem. The same problems now. All these data problems are essentially parallel algorithms in china. Come some subset of scientific computing that needs to be so so that would have films are hvac and there is no distinction. Any other solution a workaround for them on the infrastructure side and the machine side yes..

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"bodo" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

Data Engineering Podcast

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"bodo" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

"So you need to learn the new jars and unique to understand the powell because in these approaches you need to know what data has to be distributed. What day could be kind of replicated on all the courts. And if he don't do that properly you have incorrect results. Sometimes we have had all customers. Where hey i used asked my. My results are incorrect. So although automatically paralyzes code which means that by looking at the whole program and understanding it. It will decide okay. This data structure is kind of on the map side. A map reduced if you want to go to that damn -nology and we have to deceive me that this other data structure which may be a data frame paralyze -able thing but it's on the reduce side and semantically it's like scaler has to be replicated on all the costs so bordeaux does the pell automatically for you versus others that you need to be really careful using them otherwise it will get to incorrect results and if the program structurally has some issues. Motor will tell you. Hey this cannot be paralyzed. You have to fix this issue. So this compiler intelligence helps in that asks. The gradual jaundice implicit decide are all these implications on the performance side. You can't really beat an efficient peril competing architecture..

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"bodo" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

Data Engineering Podcast

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"bodo" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

"So it's not running in parallel but when it reaches those api calls that library breaks up the call. Into tasks spark let's say goes across a cluster on executors. Run those tasks and comes back to the driver so it said driver execute our paradigm using task scheduling. You pay a lot of overhead spare tasks we called this waves of tasks. And you're trying to essentially with this approach approximating perilous because the program was running on a single core on a driver. It wasn't really parallel. And if you had a library you don't have a compiler that's what can do because without looking at the whole program. How do you know it's safe to paralyse it. And how would you even paralyze it ahead of time. They're lying would sequential right. What bodo is is that the compiler sees the code end to end and creates actual parallel code which architecturally we call single program. Multiple data D and it follows the parallel competing principles. And we believe this is the scientific correct way to run peril compute so each process and we use. Npr under the hood for message passing anti-racism so he's processed in world call. Drank owns a chunk of the data and doesn't need to go to a master there no scheduling right so it's Sean called the data knows what to do with it. And what to communicate on went to communicate according to the parallel at girth and there are no extra inefficiencies so these processes run in bulk synchronous manner and when they get to a communications it's called collective operation. They do it very efficient. So as an example of the kind of communication that are problematic typically on how does solves that shuffling data is very common operation in data processing. If you're joining tables group by seems like that keys with the same value needs to end up on the same process so you shuffle..

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"bodo" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

Data Engineering Podcast

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"bodo" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

"Our core competencies building this technology which we call in french compiler and it could be done for other languages as well but today python and sequel which are targets. We have a sequel solution as well which is embedded Again will come out very soon. We think python sequel our dass for a lot of the data problems in practice today and for a long time they will be dominant in terms of the python ecosystem. Specifically there are some projects that are focusing on trying to be able to handle the scale out computation of these workloads that are inherently single core because of the nature of the c python virtual machine and so their projects such as ray and daska that. Am to act. As a sort of horizontal scale out with a scheduler for being able to chunk up the computation and do sort of a map reduced style workflow and there are other projects that are focused on compilation and efficiency in speed gains of the python code such as number and then there are things like the number library that actually have a lot of optimized c and fortran code for being able to handle some of these vector is to raise for the data processing and i'm wondering what you see as the shortcomings of those different elements of the python ecosystem and some of the benefits that you're looking to provide with bhutto as a comparison to what exists in that community. So let's dig into what. This technology really is an hour different than all the other options that you mentioned. So bodo is in mutai. Type of compiler recalled in french l. compiler in a regular compiler the code is maybe return in c c plus and is translated to binary that set maybe some optimizations but in bodo the compiler read the understands the program the bay high level to automatically paralyzed on optimize it. It's as if an hp expert rewrote the codes for you. In 'em pi or sip mpn sick last..

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"bodo" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

Data Engineering Podcast

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"bodo" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

"So as can start introducing yourself. Thanks for having me the lies. I'm antonio co founder and cto and do you remember how you first got involved in the area of data management interesting story. I was actually working on high performance computing. And along the way i realized that probably the biggest application on high-performance computing data management and data processing because the amount of data is growing machine. Learning is growing and these are all on the computer level. I performance competing problems to solve. And so that brings us to what you're building at bodo. Because i know that some of the principles that you're building into the platform are based on your work with hp and so. I'm wondering if you can just discuss a bit about what it is that you're building there and some of the story behind you ended up at this specific juncture of problems and why have decided to focus your time and effort on this problem domain. Definitely i did my university champagne in high performance computing sorta Florida see a lot of interesting problems being solved but it was all low level code. Mci with four C-plus loss many years in development for a lot of because a lot of spca experts developing. Those goes but you look across the hall. All the data scientists and domain excess write code in scripting languages. I used to be a lot. matt's now. Python is more dominant chai want solved. This problem which is called for that dignity performance gap where you know. Florida programmer is simple. Scripting called by the drowns on a single and it's very slow and inefficient. But if you want their phone messy after right..

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"bodo" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

Data Engineering Podcast

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"bodo" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

"Hello and welcome to the data engineering. Podcast the show about modern data management. Have you ever woken up to a crisis because a number on a dashboard is broken. And no one knows why or sent out frustrating slack messages trying to find the rate data set or tried to understand what a column name means our friends at upland started out as a data team themselves faced all. This collaboration chaos..

Lori Loughlin's daughters shown in rowing photos released by prosecutors

Daily Pop

07:50 min | 2 years ago

Lori Loughlin's daughters shown in rowing photos released by prosecutors

"First things first without the Laurie Lachlan College scandal. Because there is new information out. There is new photos out okay. So we're getting our first look at the infamous rowing photos the daughters one that you see There's two photos it said to be a Libya. Jade and Bella both using these exercise rowing machine there among the exhibit submitted by federal prosecutors prosecutors claim. These are the photos taken by the couple to help get their girls into U. S. C. Just a reminder learner has been accused of paying five hundred thousand dollars to get their daughters into the school as a bribe in their trials scheduled it for October. They face a maximum of fifty years in prison in like millions of dollars in fines if they are found guilty. So new photos here. It's not it's the photos are not great right. Those are not good but to me. It's the actual verbiage in the emails that have also been released. That's where I think they're big trouble. Have you read some of the emails scripts near but we already knew about the emails scripts that we had already gotten bits and pieces of it. So there's no we really does good. He's telling his accounting good news. My daughter's in the USC bad news. I had to work the system. I mean that's like a full on admission yet but whenever you do anything they tell you do and work the system as best as possible. It's not about doing anything illegal. Working the system doesn't mean you know doing something illegal. He didn't say I did something illegal. Or I paid XYZ off. I feel like this is not as damning as we were told. It was going to be when we first got. The the proof of the pictures are the description of the pictures. It was paddles it was uniforms. It was these stage big. You know lit things and now I'm looking at this photo. I have three or four. Does in my own myself of me on a roy machine like this is that this is what Rick Singer. Who is that really work singer? He's the one who's been orchestrated this whole thing. He's the one that convinced all these parents to pay all this money. He specifically wrote an email to Massimo. Say Get pictures of the girls on an ER G in workout clothes like a real athlete as well like I say. I need this information for the PDF for transcript her test scores and then I need a portfolio basically saying that she is a rowing athlete and that it said it would help to get a photo on rowing machine. So they're complaining. The response was okay. Fantastic will get to you and then submitted that photo one month later so they did follow all the instructions senior gave him now. Does that show that Necessarily like yeah. You're right. Maybe not the most damning because it's all sounds or should by rick singer and they were like isn't GonNa get them off now. What defeated they were. But what might get them off because right now the case is no longer. Did they do something illegal? Remember Lori Massimo went back and filed a claim to dismiss the case because they said the investigator in Bullied ric singer into lying and also concealed evidence. If I am a lawyer which I talked to a lawyer this morning she said the prosecution. Put those photos out to distract from what's really going on right now. And it's the claim that they think that they will withholding evidence if a court in a judge and a jury sees that these investigators have withheld evidence. They could actually walk away from this. And I'm just we all know how. Pr Works we know when some heat's coming on as you know you just put out a photo here. Put out a photo there distract from what's really happening. I just think that that's what the investigators are doing. And it's not the photos that they said that they had. I mean I was waiting for like in a boat. I was looking for. Bodo of her in a boat with a panel. I will agree with that. I did think that the photos were going to be not just a workout clothes on a workout Roy. Wishy I thought Gary Agree. I thought it was GONNA be like fake like hails. The team that we were on Made it so big thought. The disposables are so bad but I think the problem is is that this is exactly what risk roofing are asked of them and he delivered it exactly And He seems to be whether he got completely fooled or he was In tuned to what was truly going on either way he followed the steps to get his kids into school that worked the system that went around the normal system right depending on how you know if they did withheld information withhold information. That really you know. Throw them off the court back. You throw a court system completely off. I think I think Lori is a very smart woman and so as Massimo and I think if they knew that there was no way to get out of this or when this case they would not spend the time the money in the resources on fighting this much but I have to believe that in their minds if they have an inkling of a doubt that this was done in the most professional way are that there was no malpractice when investigating something. They must know something they have to know something in Washington. The prosecution has not come out and said No. This was all done by the book. We were crude this in court. You will see every step of the way. I'm having a hard time wrapping my head around that I would fight to. Yeah I mean I think it don't look good for them. I think they make up and I'm a little surprised that they are fighting. This far the evidence is stacked against them. I'm really worried about them. I'm worried about and the sense of you know just you know. They deserve to get punishment for what happened. But I really like fifty years in jail per person like her parent. That's like insane. I would hope that they would never get angry Close to that not for something like this. I don't think they're saying they didn't do anything wrong. But if somebody told me if I kidnapped someone and then I was getting charged for attempted murder first degree murder. I would fight it because yes I. Maybe I did wrong but I didn't do that. That is the point in. That's what the judicial system is four. It's they come to you with a charge. Make sure that it's proper that's just I think that's what is now the main thing and make sure you go about it. In a in a real way in a cohesive way by the book we are. We are trial by fire. But we want something that's fair. That's what they're doing. I really do I will. We will wait and see again. Goes the October so kimble affiliates been so long I actually had to like remind myself I kind of forgot about this whole light. College emission scandal. That was the biggest thing that took the headlines last year. This year is like saying

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Everything you need to know about the 2020 race in New Hampshire today

WBZ Afternoon News

01:36 min | 3 years ago

Everything you need to know about the 2020 race in New Hampshire today

"Voters in New Hampshire heading to the polls Tuesday despite the winner of the Iowa Iowa caucus was still not being official both Bernie Sanders and Pete Bodo judge claiming victory in Iowa the chairman of the DNC calling for a re canvassing of the caucus results because of widespread issues with the app used to collect them this is led to supporters of senator Sanders to question whether the party is trying to undermine its campaign Sanders addressing these concerns on CNN's state of the union to me what is most important I don't know anybody can debate it we ended up on the first ballot six thousand votes ahead of anybody else and after the realignment process which is a fine process we end up twenty five hundred votes ahead of male body judge when you win an election by six thousand or twenty five hundred votes from where I come from you win Italy has WBZ TV Boston globe New Hampshire tracking poll the Buddha judging Bernie Sanders remain the front runners with Sanders holding steady at twenty four percent Botha judge slipping just a bit to twenty two percent Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden or third and fourth positions warranted thirteen percent bite into ten senator any clover shar has moved in right behind by did nine percent she's moved up three points over Friday night more than four in ten voters say they still may change their minds before Tuesday the wild card Nettie New Hampshire primary is of course the independent voters that's the largest group of registered voters in New

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A Dramatic Change in Ukraine's Wine Industry

Monocle 24: The Menu

06:04 min | 3 years ago

A Dramatic Change in Ukraine's Wine Industry

"Ukraine is historically known for sweet wines produced in the warm climate of the Crimean Peninsula surrounded by the Black Sea in two thousand. There's an fourteen when Russia launched an invasion and annexed Crimea the region accounted for almost half of Ukrainian wine production the shook that followed load so the seeds for a creative revival young local winemakers as well as more experienced winemakers from the white a Black Sea region stepped in as they saw an opportunity in the market. One of them is be so at a nurse who had cut his teeth into demanding world of Italian wine making my my name is whistle. I'm the winemaker consultant of Bacon winery. Ukrainian new Weiner's two thousand and ten and it's vignettes hits were plotted in two thousand twelve in Mikolai region of ingrains on the black seat. What kind of wines do you make. We started would love experiments because the climate there is quite grew so not every rates variety could grow there and so we one year we followed the climates rainfall. Cetera et cetera before we made our choice so we have sixty percents of white varieties and votive reds we have seventeen rides Stoughton stoughton planting the biggest one from the White South Charlotte at Stadium Suggestion Verizon Alberino which Spanish variety but we have a lot of their mental right just like Tim Orazio for example so and then blowing says thrown the rates of the main things from rally. It's also Josiah variety and we've learned new from Spain some Merlot and we have also complicated from South Africa. I speak which is one of the most talked talked about new wineries in Ukraine. The Dry European wines that he produces are somewhat of a novelty in country used to drinking sweeter unfortified fight types of George Goudie runs Ukraine's largest winery schauble things that the future of wine making the country hinges on burrowing lessons from Europe's great vineyards but making the best of their own heritage to my name is Georgia Teresa. I'm a CO owner of shoveled winery. Shove wineries located needed in southern Ukraine near the city of Odessa. What makes Ukraine an interesting wind destination interesting wine culture at the moment well first of all. It's unique doc as any winemaker will say but any winemaker knows that the wind is born in the yard so our mean Let's say advantage is our that walk our unique soil which is sandy limestone with clay well located on the submits as Burgundian Bodo for the six point six. I will be located on the island between the Black Sea Lima so with creates a very unique climatic effects unique varieties and absolutely approach approach because we take care of every single grape only that we bring control the full process and truly make something special the profile of Ukraine wines. I'm not going to hide it. In the beginning we made a mistake we tried to to French were physically all the beautiful elements of the upon Sean for Dryer. European wines has been boosted by good wine Ukraine's leading importer of international points. The CEO Dmitry Crimsky explains explains historically people in Ukraine drink a lot of sweet or semi sweet wines which of course are not very healthy in my point of view you and it's difficult to drink them with food which in my opinion and should be drink. The tendency which we see today is that year after year the the consumption of these sweet semi sweet wines dramatically goes down and the consumption off the dry wines are going up and I believe this trend will continue senior and also in ten years. I believe we will have much more goods producers local producers in Ukraine and it would be not exceptional exceptional case when you can find more or less normal wind from Ukrainian producer but it would be much bigger choice of these winds. The resurgence is of Ukrainian winemaking means that good wine has also started to stock local producers are trying to became better and learn more and they using using the international technology they invite consultants from Europeans and other countries and we see good wine will have quite quite a big section of Ukrainian binds taste them all the time and then all the best to what we believe we put on the shelves makings an art that develops over the centuries trees Goodwin's head some reminder may believes that there is still much work to be done before Ukraine winemakers catch up with their counterparts in the West. Today we have not so many experienced people who knows how to work well in vineyards and so we don't know steal our own own terriers because you need any to invest some money into to chip what works well and what what works well and the final problem is legislation cassation. We can change we can that make time goes faster about we can change some legislation system right now. It's really complex for small pro to assert to make something and to sell well things are looking up for Ukrainian wine wool goes on and Russian bullishness shows no signs of abating bore has taken a toll on Ukraine and the country's economy is in dire need of international investment. I see Ukrainian wine market attracts evermore attention shen from lodge Western winemakers and local winemakers such as B so at the now learn to work the local terroir to its full potential. Perhaps wine could be Ukraine's trains salvation from one o'clock in Kiev reports of

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Gerald is straight up and he had a small as wide as Nichols loan.

Story Time

05:35 min | 4 years ago

Gerald is straight up and he had a small as wide as Nichols loan.

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Netanyahu, Stormy Daniels, N.B.A.: Your Monday Evening Briefing

NPR News Now

02:02 min | 5 years ago

Netanyahu, Stormy Daniels, N.B.A.: Your Monday Evening Briefing

"Brian naylor npr news washington the national rifle association is holding its annual meeting in dallas this week amid heightened debate over the nation's gun laws but hector tarango a security consultant and former atf agent says nra members will not be allowed to carry weapons when president trump and vice president mike pence addressed the form on friday tarango tells k dfw that the secret service won't allow it you can have pro gun people second amendment in an anti and in the mix there now you've got people carrying guns well how do you told a good guy from the bad guy to wrangle says the security for the event could extend for several blocks the vatican's third highest ranking official has pleaded not guilty to charges that he sexually abused multiple people decades ago at a preliminary hearing in melbourne tuesday in australian magistrate ordered cardinal george pal to stand trial on at least one count and dismissed several others you're listening to npr news the trump administration is once again delaying any decision on whether to include europe canada and mexico in its new tariffs on certain imported metals exemptions from twentyfive percent tariffs on steel and ten percent tariffs on aluminum from those countries were set to expire at the beginning of may but npr's learned that the administration's now postponing a final decision on the matter until early june detroit is no longer under active state financial oversight ordered by a court after the city emerged from bankruptcy in two thousand fourteen a nine member review commission returned financial control to the mayor and city council on monday noting that detroit has had a balanced budget for three consecutive years sandra will bodo with member station w d t has the story the oversight committee was formed as part of the city's bankruptcy restructuring in exchange for state money to shore up pension funds the state financial review commission would approve detroit's budgets and bigger.

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