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Fresh update on "developer" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

01:04 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "developer" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

"With more schedules more aircraft and more pilots back into the industry we'll start to see a rebalancing And that may take a number of months to do but I think that that's the inevitable outcome And I want to talk about all inclusive resorts because you acquired Apple leisure group last year and seems to be very popular especially in the Caribbean Do you have any plans to bring that model to your U.S. hotels Yeah actually right now I would say that the focus remains in Mexico and the Caribbean And some of our key markets are Mexico first and foremost the Dominican Republic and Jamaica We also have a large operation in Europe in the balearic islands and in the Canary Islands And in the southern coastal areas of Europe We just we're just now engaging with owners and developers in the Middle East and ultimately in Asia We think that all inclusive is a great format and can be extended across the globe The particular arena that we're playing in is luxury all inclusive which ALD the Apple leisure group actually really created About 20 years ago And so we are now the largest player in the world in luxury inclusive and the guest proposition is very very compelling because you take a lot of the transactional elements that you might experience a European plan hotel where everything is all a cart you're taking a bunch of transactional friction out of the equation and it serves its purpose when you're on holiday That was Hyatt hotel's president and CEO Mark hoplamazian He spoke with me and a Bloomberg's kitty gravel back on May 18th While still ahead on Bloomberg business week we break down the business of intelligent data we're going to do that with the CEO of informatica.

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Fresh update on "developer" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

01:13 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "developer" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

"With more schedules more aircraft and more pilots back into the industry we'll start to see a rebalancing And that may take a number of months to do but I think that that's the inevitable outcome And I want to talk about all inclusive resorts because you acquired Apple leisure group last year and seems to be very popular especially in the Caribbean Do you have any plans to bring that model to your U.S. hotels Yeah actually right now I would say that the focus remains in Mexico and the Caribbean And some of our key markets are Mexico first and foremost the Dominican Republic and Jamaica We also have a large operation in Europe in the balearic islands and in the Canary Islands And in the southern coastal areas of Europe We just we're just now engaging with owners and developers in the Middle East and ultimately in Asia We think that all inclusive is a great format and can be extended across the globe The particular arena that we're playing in is luxury all inclusive which ALD the Apple leisure group actually really created About 20 years ago And so we are now the largest player in the world in luxury inclusive and the guest proposition is very very compelling because you take a lot of the transactional elements that you might experience in a European plan hotel where everything is a la carte you're taking a bunch of transactional friction out of the equation and it serves its purpose when you're on holiday That was Hyatt hotel's president and CEO Mark hopla mazey and he spoke with me and a Bloomberg's kitty greifeld back on May 18th While still ahead on Bloomberg business week we break down the business of intelligent data we're going to do that with the CEO of informatica This is Bloomberg Cyberattack.

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A Ukrainian Town Deals Russia One of the War's Most Decisive Routs

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:15 min | 2 months ago

A Ukrainian Town Deals Russia One of the War's Most Decisive Routs

"So I want to read a story here from The Wall Street Journal, Ukrainian town routes Russians. Starts actually on the first page of The Wall Street Journal here. This morning, which is hard not to admire the Ukrainian people who are fighting for their home against the Russian aggression. Ukrainian town deals Putin one of the most his most decisive routes. A Kalashnikov rifle swung over his shoulder, mikhailo sorico, spent this Tuesday driving through fields and forests picking up a dead Russian soldiers and taking them to a freezer railway car piled with Russian bodies. A rapid Russian advance into the strategic southern town of 35,000 people, a gateway to the Ukrainian nuclear power station in pathway to attack Odessa from the back would have showcased the Russian military's ability and severed Ukrainians key communication lines instead, the two day battle of details of which are now only starting to emerge, turned decisively against the Russians. Judging from the destroyed and abandoned armor, Ukrainian forces which comprised local volunteers and professional military eliminated most of the Russian battalion tactical group marked March 2 and three. Now, I'm going to continue to read the story here, find it. It's pretty awesome to see people rise up and defend their home. I have to say. The Ukrainian defenders performance against a much better armed enemy in an overwhelmingly Russian speaking region was successful. In part because of the widespread popular support for the Ukrainian cause, one reason the Russian invasion across the country has failed to achieve its principal goals so far. Ukraine on Wednesday said it was launching a counter offensive on several fronts, quote everyone is united against the common enemy. So the 32 year old mayor, a former real estate developer, turned wartime commander, who like other local officials moves around with a gun, we are defending our own land. This isn't going according to plan for the Russians, it

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Rep. Matt Gaetz: The Biden Admin Gaslit the Russian Invasion

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:14 min | 3 months ago

Rep. Matt Gaetz: The Biden Admin Gaslit the Russian Invasion

"But we are witnessing now in Europe, things we thought only our parents and grandparents would ever see and would never happen again. Tanks rolling on the streets of a free, free nation. Matt, your response to the last 36 hours. This never would have happened under president Trump. Bingo. I know that. The Biden administration gas lit this invasion by being so precise about what they would and wouldn't protect. What you understand is a strategist, what Donald Trump understood as a real estate developer is that you never take anything off the table, you never say anything's too certain. You never tell what you're not going to. Exactly. Exactly. Because one thing we know about Vladimir Putin is he will engage right up until the point where he would face kinetic conflict with the United States. He knows he would not survive that. So he's always probing for that threshold right below kinetic conflict. And Jake Sullivan, your favorite Russia host truther. Yes. Came in laid out in Technicolor. What they would and would not do, it showed their whole hand to Putin, Putin played the better hand, unfortunately, than the west, and now, you know, we see something that I think is tragic that will result in a lot of human suffering, but I also fundamentally think this is Europe's problem more than it is the United States

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Investigation: Zinke misused position as Interior secretary

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Investigation: Zinke misused position as Interior secretary

"Government investigators say Donald trump's first interior secretary misused his position the interior department's inspector general says Ryan Zinke used his cabinet post to advance a land deal when his Montana home town and then lied about his involvement to an ethics official the watchdog says think he kept working with the foundation on the commercial project after taking office though he had committed to breaking ties he and his wife were in talks with developers for using foundation land for commercial development Zinke is running for a congressional seat he held before joining the trump cabinet his campaign calls the IG's report a political hit job Sager mag ani Washington

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Who Is (the Now Infamous) Dr. Robert Malone?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

03:02 min | 3 months ago

Who Is (the Now Infamous) Dr. Robert Malone?

"First. Doctor Malone, welcome to the Salem radio network. Thank you very much, mister gorka and thank you for the opportunity to speak to you and to your audience today. Well, I could spend the next hour just rattling off your curriculum vitae and your various qualifications in the scientific world for those who didn't see your hours long interview with Joe who haven't seen all the interviews you've given with my friend and my former colleague Steve Bannon. Would you mind would you indulge us for a second for those across the country for whom you are a new name just to give us a prey see of your background and your relationship, for example, to the mRNA vaccines that are so in the news currently? Well, for your audience, I have been vetted and have secret clearance with Department of Defense. I've won over $8 billion or managed them for in government grants and contracts. I typically work very closely with the Department of Defense defense threat reduction agency. Kim biodefense group and have for decades, I have been a vaccine developer and innovator for well over 30 years as when I was a graduate student, I had a series of discoveries that led to 9 issued U.S. patents and numerous international patents that include all of the core technology for what we call RNA and DNA vaccines, including the first proof of concept reduction to practice using an RNA vaccine in a mouse model to produce immune responses against the envelope glycoprotein of aids. So an aids vaccine candidate my first major contract was with as a newly minted MD intern at UC Davis was with the Department of the Navy for development of an aids vaccine. I am trained at northwestern university for my NDI hold a license in the state of Maryland. I'm trained in my graduate studies at the salk institute and UC San Diego undergraduate biochemistry UC Davis multiple research fellowships at UC Davis in the department of pathology was an academic for well over a decade reaching associate professor level at the uniformed services university of the health sciences. So that's the DoD medical school. In D.C., I have been involved in way too many outbreaks intimately. I spearheaded for DoD for quite a while. The development of their Ebola vaccine candidate, which eventually I brought murk in. It was licensed to American. It's now the licensed Ebola vaccine. I've worked on flu vaccines. I've worked on literally all the biodefense vaccines used to work under contract directly for DoD at dying port vaccine company.

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"developer" Discussed on Developer Tea

Developer Tea

01:30 min | 5 months ago

"developer" Discussed on Developer Tea

"Most difficult way, but most important way that we measure success on this show are you, in some way, changing. You're growing, shifting, moving in one direction or another. That is the ultimate measure of success, whether this show is doing its intended purpose. So if that is actually happening for you, I actually desperately want to hear that from you. You can leave me a review on iTunes. You can also send me a message directly in that Discord community or you can send me an email. Developer T at Gmail dot com. You can reach out to me on Twitter. I've tried to have almost as many avenues as possible for you to reach out to me and talk about your career and what this show is doing for you or things that you've heard on developer that have piqued your interest. I'd love to hear from you. So thank you so much for 7 years. Now let's get into the meat of today's discussion we've been talking about resolutions and more specifically purpose driven resolutions in today's episode. I'm going to give you two more exercises for you to do to create those purpose driven resolutions. And a resolution is most often. It is most often some kind of change. And that change is typically a behavioral change. This isn't always true, it might be a mindset shift, but your mindset.

White Texans Denied Live-Saving Monoclonal Treatments

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:08 min | 6 months ago

White Texans Denied Live-Saving Monoclonal Treatments

"People can't believe this is actually happening. That in the state of Texas, you try to go get monoclonal antibodies or Regeneron, and you're turned away because the color of your skin. Why are we putting up with this? Why is the Texas leadership putting up with this? It's a really good question and why did it take an undercover video of a guy trying to get the treatment to expose it? We need a lot better leaders in our country. The fact that this is even remotely tolerated in the state of Texas, is stunning. Connors from Texas. He's a proud Texan. But I'll be honest. Texas has lost its swagger recently. You're lettin illegals just flood into your state, you know, beta aura or whatever his name is, Robert Francis o'rourke, the fake Hispanic who calls himself that who married a developer's daughter from El Paso. Never done anything meaningful in his life. He's running for governor. Come on, Texas. Get your act together. You're tougher than this. You're smarter than this. The fact that you're allowing your medical policy straight from the equivalent of Texas Health and Human Services. So this is the official government body. This is not some like one off. Is that right Conor? It's not like some one off private industry.

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"developer" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

POW! Samsung Developer Program

08:12 min | 7 months ago

"developer" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

"Samsung in published. Just that they've done before. We aim to make every step of watch app development from ease of bill to mark launch as simple as possible with this new unified platform so yes android developers. You can continue to build your apps within this familiar environment using android studio with watch emulators and existing nuro specific. Api's developers can also deploy and increase exposure for their apps with the watch apps category on the google. Play store. get so. My background is in graphic design and for me. My biggest question was where we going to build a new tool that would allow designers to create watch faces for the new unified platform and when they learned the answer was yes. I was really excited. So what are some of the new exciting features with the new where west power by samson. Watch face designed tool watch studio. Anyone can download design and published watch faces for whereas on the play store. You don't have to learn how to code and just need to explore the new design tool watch a studio for more details. There is that protect talk session on this. Yes so that session was called introducing the new watch studio and was a great overview of the new tool that showed just how easy it is for someone to create a watch base without any coding. What are some of the other sessions from sbc. Twenty-one that watch based developer should check out. oh i there is the highlight session watch ecosystem on new era where we cover the new samsung galaxy watch ecosystem at a high level than there are tech. Talk sessions build your app in the new watch. Ecosystem is where we specifically talk about watch app development and run through a range of api's inviting special guests from google and there is also a session on a new health platform now wrong whereas power by am phone great sessions related to wearables in lots of new opportunities for developers. What is the best way for developers to learn more about the new watch ecosystem for developers. I encourage visiting the samson developers and the android developer sites. You can go do developer dos dot com slash galaxy hyphen watch and also developer dot android dot com slash wear. He i really appreciate you coming on to the podcast and giving your insight into the new watch ecosystem super exciting times hankering binding me. So i'd like to welcome back to the podcast. Eric clung injure who leads developer relations at samsung. Eric and i did a pre sec. Podcast where we gave a little preview on what to expect it. Sec twenty-one and highlights from some of our past developer conferences. you haven't checked out that episode yet. Sure go back in and give it a lesson eric. Welcome back to the podcast tony. That was a lot of fun You know we've been doing conferences for years. And even though s. d. c. twenty one was virtual conference. There's a lot of work as a lot of work by a lot of people at samsung yourself included. And i'd like to really give a shoutout to everybody. You put in a lot of effort lot of late nights and all on it. So i hope that the people who listen to the keynote in the spotlight session and all the technical sessions got something out of it. Yeah and hopefully next year we can. Do this live yeah. No i'm looking forward to that but yes it was. It was a great virtual conference. So i've asked eric to join me on this episode to chat about the scc session. That i gave called. Grow your podcast audience with samsung earlier. This year samsung made it really easy for device users to listen to podcasts. Can you share. What is the new podcast platform. Yeah so the new podcast platform. It's super easy to access from your device on the home screen. All you do is swipe left. Which is our minus one screen. That is samsung free which is basically free entertainment from samsung. All in one place. There's four tabs there so there's the watch tab which is if you wanted to stream tv. There's the read tap if you wanted to read news. There's the the play tab which is playing games and then of course there is the listen tab which is all about listening to podcasts. So who can access all that content. The samsung free. Yeah so simpson freeze available on all of our latest devices so this is basically the note devices in s series going all the way back to s. nine plus all the versions of z fold in z. Flip right now. Samsung free is only available in the us but we are expanding to europe soon have been told that by the end of the year we will be hitting some european countries. It's great so why did we launch a new podcast service. Samson's podcast strategy is to make it easy for the millions of samson device users to listen to their favorite podcasts shows and discover new episodes quickly and easily and also it gives publishers a an impactful way to reach new listeners and really expand their audience. So how do those publishers bring their shows to samson so grab your your l. from your podcast. Rss feed and you can find that from your podcast hosting provider take that rss feed in. Go to samsung podcast. Dot com. Sign up for a free samson account in all you do is fill out a short form that allows you to import your rss. Feed your al. Typically it takes less than five minutes for you to fill out that form in that quickly show is now available. On all of the samson free devices so what. Samsung free and the podcast platform doing to help publishers get their shows discovered so our editorial team is always looking for new and exciting shows to promote Every week we feature about seven new shows on our homepage in these promotional features have been extremely valuable for for publishers. In fact there was one publisher. Mine recently mardi ray project chats he site two thousand percent increase in downloads just after being featured on our homepage so that was really great to see the value in that promotion for him. Yeah that's that's incredible numbers there so you're the host of our podcast. The samsung developer. Podcast is that how you got involved with. the podcast. platform team exactly reached out to me when they were first building the service and eventually asked if i would help promote it. I said absolutely. That's win. They asked me to present at sec. So you can check out my session and learn much more about the new podcast platform right so the sec content that is on the website is available for anyone to see at any time. So are there any other sessions on the twenty one website that Potential podcast players and developers should check out. Yeah well i would say what really got me excited with seeing all the game. Focus sessions that we had up there so there's one Session called galaxy store. Games focused developer friendly. That was a great session on all the new game focused improvements for both gamers and developers and there was another session called games for everyone samsung instant plays. It's another great session for game. Developers to learn how to bring their html five games directly to galaxy store making it easy for users to play games without having to download and install anything. That is an exciting new way for people who are interested in playing casual games to get into something new without having to download hundreds of megabytes of content. So i think that's going to be a game changer. For all of us. Yeah definitely so tony. Thank you for giving us some insight on the podcast platform and also for sitting down with different people associated with this dc twenty one it was a fantastic virtual conference and it was great to hear about the sessions on one. Ui the incubation program. Smart things in bixby. Yeah and i also like the interviews that we did on our new watch ecosystem. You know chatting with dan again on samsung internet. That was great and of course our new podcast platform. I'd like to thank all of my guests today in to you eric for taking a moment to chat about stc. Twenty-one thank you very much. Tony looking to start creating for samson download the latest tools to your next app or get software for designing apps without coding. It all sell apps to the world on the samsung galaxy store checkout developer up samsung dot com today. And start your journey with samson. The podcast is brought to you by samson developers and produced by toni moreland..

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"developer" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

POW! Samsung Developer Program

08:30 min | 7 months ago

"developer" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

"All these different technologies related to to smart things What's the best way for developers to learn even more about smart things. The best place to go for more information is developer dot samsung dot com slash. Smart things from there. You can learn more about building edge devices or cloud devices or stay tuned for future updates on our investment in matter. All of the sec sessions on smart things where we're great Are there any other sessions that you would recommend developers checkout. I'm personally a bit of a tv nerd. I'm really excited for redefining the experience of watching tv. And what's new in samsung smart tv services. Yeah no. I know a bunch of people over the tv plus. It's a great group and doing a lot of amazing things over there. A lot of great content coming out. That's exciting excellent. Hey aaron i really appreciate you. Coming on the podcast. It was great chatting with you and learning a bit more about smart things and looking forward to check with you again in the In the near future. great. Thanks tony so next. I'd like to welcome roger to the podcast senior developer evangelists for Bixby samsung's intelligent assistant technology. Welcome roger well. Thank you and i talked Gosh polly over a year ago. Actually on the podcast. Some excited to be back and talk to you about what's noon what we just saw. Sec yeah so It was. I think about a year and a half ago safe to say that lots of happened since then so tell me. What is the latest with bixby developers. Yes so we just announced several things. That dc are highlighted. Some things that change. I think i want to talk about is some of the ways we've made it easier to develop for bixby and these weren't new nonsense but kind of highlighting. Some of the changes were made over the past year or so and so a lot of these are focusing on improving the developer experience. One of the things we dated we created a new training. You i use the training you. I create natural language. A training and one of the great challenges invoice experiences is to get your natural language training working. Well after all it's the way users interact to with all the business logic that you've written so that's a challenge and so we built a knee. You i to make that more intuitive and hopefully easier and simpler to build great experiences we also built some like we call the component gallery 'cause bixby on multi-modal devices. There is a ui for bixby. Experience and the component gallery is a whizzy wig component editor. Some writing some code for what we call expe- views i could pop up the component gallery. Configure sautin graphically. And it just dumps the code right in so just makes it easier and then finally we made it super simple to lotta capsule directly from get hubs. We have a bunch of sample code on get hub and now directly in the studio on you can load that sample code from get hub without half ago and clone it or download it and go through all the the previous hassles. He had to do so just an example of some of the improvements. We made to make it. Frankly just easier if your day to day life as a developer. Developing something for bixby awesome. So let me ask on. The component gallery actually was watching one of the sec sessions on. That is pretty cool so just to clarify this is where like on the device when you give a voice prompt and the device vicky reacts to that you can then have graphic images appearing on the device. Is that correct. Yeah yeah so can either when you're basically whenever Bixby is communicating with the user. You can actually have graphical you i on there that's complementary and also can have things like buttons on it or sliders are controls because one of the things is all these samsung devices. So you know the phone. The watch the television the tv. Yeah all have a you. I on there so bixby is not just a voice experience. But it's really a multimodal experience so you need to build graphical you i. We built a tool to make it. Pretty darn easy to to do so so i heard a bit about bixby on windows. Tell me tell me about this new announcement. Yeah so brand. New so bixby is available on the galaxy book. Notebook said the samsung's newest notebooks so bixby's right. There is a command key to launch. Bixby and turn on high bixby seeking talk. Tear windows notebook. You know you can ask questions and you can have control smart things home automation You can ask it to find vials. You can ask the change when does settings so right now You know it's focused on a fairly narrow set of things. But i'm super excited about with this brand new device. A windows laptop. What can you do with a voice front end in front of that. And what are ways were we can make it simpler and easier for a user to use laptop by talking to it to my mind is a lot to be discovered there. What we created is kind of step one in a journey toward you know making voice a modality that makes it easier for us to interact with our technology. Which is what it's all about. Yeah exactly and and you had mentioned smart thanks. There was a session at stc titled enabling intelligent voice control on. You're not devices. And i know in that. They talked about smart things. A lot about bixby. Tell me what were some of the takeaways for you from that session. Yeah so we introduced. Something called the bixby home platform. And it's a way of interfacing what you've done in big voice with some of the smart things capabilities and the best way to explain. It does for me to give some examples of of what you can do And so first example. Is i might say hi bixby. Turn on the dining room lights now. Fight setup dining room lights in smart things boom work great today. But if i hadn't set up something called dining room lights today. Bixby re prompt you or say i can't find dining room light so it's not really good. User experience scher. So wait you can set up with the bixby. Home platform is a lot more smarter. Logic so high. Bixby turn on the dining room lights because we could say sorry. Can't find dining room lights but you have kitchen lights the bedroom lights. You have dan lights. Which one would you like to turn on. And so then you kind of the user. Ask for something that it didn't understand. But at a set of airing out. I know you wanted to turn a light on. Yeah here's the lights. I can turn on and so i kind of prompted the user to you know what's the right. Can you want much likely. Do frankly natural conversation. Exactly if you asked me something that i didn't understand. I'd probably go. Can you clarify that right yet. Minnesota's a little bit of of adding that kind of logic there. So i think that's one great example of just a quote unquote air becoming a success. Sharp the other thing. I wanna highlight and i think this is where it gets really interesting. Frankly pretty sexy to me is way. You're actually taking the voice input and you're taking the iot device it's state and what it's sensing combining them for some intelligent response. Okay so let me let me give you an example. So i can say hi speed. Turn on my air purifier. Death by near pair fire. Boom today would turn it on all good but now at the bixby home platform. I can set it up. So when i say hi bixby. Turn on the air purifier. Instead of instantly turning on on you'll korea the air purifier and say hey you know what's what's the air quality okay and air quality was was moderate or acceptable. Boom i just turn it on and the default fan speed mainly medium as on. But let's say the air quality is poor. Who will then when. I quit back as air. Quality is poor noggins. Will you wanna turn on and the air quality is poor alternate on. But i'm actually gonna turn on and turn the fan too high. So you're getting this. This feedback loop. It's really you're getting the user what they ask for your getting. The state of an iot device. You're combining those together. Yeah and then. The action is just smarter to my mind. This is pretty. I say sexy and exciting because if you think about this. This is getting into much more intelligence. Sure the devices no. I know what you asked for. I know the state. I'm going to take the most intelligent action based upon those two inputs. And that's what bixby home-platform is all about. It's really a development tool that lets you build.

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The Threat of China Invading Taiwan Is Growing Every Day

The Dan Bongino Show

02:23 min | 7 months ago

The Threat of China Invading Taiwan Is Growing Every Day

"Is from The Wall Street Journal today about what's happening in China and Taiwan They are threatening Taiwan They have been flying fighter jets over Taiwan and the potential for an invasion of Taiwan is real You doubt me I'll get to that in a second Don't take my word for it Take military leaders responsible for the reason their word for it I'll get to that in a second But here's another reason an invasion of Taiwan could happen And why I'm worried about their handling of a deadly virus in a BSL two laboratory Xi Jinping's two track foreign policy an article by The Wall Street Journal by Walter Russell mead He says the answer to a potential to the potential Chinese invasion why they may do why they're being so aggressive He says that it's everything to do with politics at home China's facing disruptive conditions As the giant property developer ever grant you heard about that on my show early in the week stumbles towards collapse crackdowns on tech and other businesses have wiped out more than a trillion asset values and made businesses jittery about the Communist Party's next move They're getting desperate folks Here it goes on the piece At the same time a massive energy crisis is imposed widespread blackouts across much of China While the more transmissible delta variant presents the Chinese method of pandemic control with its harshest test yet desperate people do desperate things The Chinese Communist Party is littered with totalitarianism That's what communism and socialism is It embraces the totalitarian ethos It's tyrannical by nature It involves control and subjugation These people get desperate If they feel like they're losing control because the Chinese property markets collapsing people's money invested in its collapsing The population gets restless Delta starts spreading And then they're in the middle of a massive energy crisis whether ironically after talking all that junk about Australia they're going to need Australian coal just to keep their country's lights on If you start to see mass blackouts in China have you not asked yourself policymakers in D.C. who are worried about men and the women's bathroom Have you not asked yourself my gosh what could they do next when the going gets tough The tough don't get go and the tough get invading Taiwan over in over in China

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The battle to develop the Sports Arena - burst 2

Southern California Real Estate Report

06:09 min | 7 months ago

The battle to develop the Sports Arena - burst 2

"Today on the southern california real estate report we give an update on a sports arena center and it's becoming quite a battle state. good morning. Welcome to southern california real estate report. This is bob mcguire. Daniel wise coming from san diego california so back in the news. Pechanga arena chain sports arena. Whatever you wanna call it. It's it's kind of the. It's kind of like watching a sporting match like you're like who's going to take the lead. Yeah who's going to win out what's plan from. Different parts of the crowd right exactly. What what ooh. Who has the best ideas and plans. You know who's gonna accommodate. The city's needs fast. So for those of you. That are new to this. The sports arena. Property was last year thrown up basically as a request for proposal to redevelop it. But what happened was was that that was premature because the land actually has to be used for an affordable component of housing. That wasn't considered in the first proposal. So it's kind of interesting so so what happened was it was basically put out as as basically like most real estate. Proposals or requests for proposals are put out. It was put out as basically a best and final and they said. Hey you know you. Mr developer come out and give us your best and final on how you would redevelop this. The surplus land that we have around our sports arena facility. Which by the way. The sports arena in this town if anyone is local for our local listeners. I should say those of us. That are familiar with the sports arena. I mean it's it's really dated so this is long overdue to get this done for a city. That's our size and for a city that now is gonna have what we're going to have in mission valley with the new. Sds you the football stadium and what we already have in. Petco pet khoza class aid stadium. That's rivals any baseball park in the country and the sports has like this really. It's just as really old decrepit building but people love it and they love going to the goals games because they can say close to the ice and things like that so it has some kind of some neat things about it but the building itself is like one thousand nine hundred seventy s the developer. That came out was brookefield. Who has quite a few properties. Here in san diego so there are known developer there known quantity and out of all the best in finals. That's who the city chose now. They made a huge mistake right because in the summer when it went up to the state to get approval of the state turn around said. Now you can't do it because there's no affordable on this property so you have to literally stop and now turn around and go find not only. Somebody's redevelop the sports arena. But also you need to find an affordable developer and then you need to have so do market rate units so brookefield has come back around and now they're saying hey. We understand that. This was a mistake. We're ready to do it again. So originally the units that the total coverage was going to be approximately twenty two hundred residential units but now they're actually increasing that up to like four thousand residential units if you stay under a certain square footage right around six to eight hundred sixty eight hundred square feet. So obviously you can do a large affordable you know component of studio units or you know micro units things like that. That are pretty popular as affordable housing options. You know for single people and people that fit into the average area meaning category. Which they're saying is going to be obviously found by hud and it's like thirty to sixty percent thirty two eighty some eight. I mean you have to remember that. Like six hundred to eight hundred feet. You can of one better in that. Like dont necessarily studios of yeah. Yeah yeah that's true. They could be nice. One bedrooms one in twos in six to eight hundred square feet but but to get the density that they're talking about. I think there's going to be a lot. I guess i should say i should. You're right a one hundred percent and it's there's going to be a smaller. There's going to be smaller. Units so the original plan had a lot of residential houses like sf are and townhomes and things like that so that is probably going to go away to get this additional density that they need so it's going to be interesting. They're going to have to escape park. They're going to have office and retail. They're going to have restaurants so for those of you. That don't know this area. The site is huge. So insight and brookefield is in the running but that toll brothers is trying to trying staged a comeback. Well so toll. Brothers is trying to stage a comeback. But what's really interesting too. Is it so this is now an open bid so they put out basically the so so. The city got the state's approval and now they have basically put out that. Hey this land is available surplus. Here's what you need to do. So there's going to be like you know. Basically on sunday there's going to be a presentation so also condamne who is a local real estate investment firm here that owns apartments nationwide. They're one of the largest apartment owners in the country. Owner and operator i should say so they. They have a big management platform. They're also going to throw their hat in to be the developer on this project as well. They've already it. Sounds like

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Biden Special Envoy Warns US Must 'Prepare' for Fully Nuclear Iran

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:02 min | 8 months ago

Biden Special Envoy Warns US Must 'Prepare' for Fully Nuclear Iran

"States. Doctor oran, welcome back great to talk to you again, sir. Good to talk to you. Big story coming from the Washington free Beacon. I know that this is something that's gotten a lot of attention in Israel has gotten next to none here in the United States. Adam credo reporting yesterday that U.S. Iran envoy Robert malley, whose name is very familiar to those of us who follow these things, says that the Biden administration is preparing for, quote, a world where Iran doesn't have constraints on its nuclear program. Comments that show how little progress has been made in negotiation with Tehran regarding a return to the JCPOA the 2015 Barack Obama ran deal. Doctor Oren, I mean, if that deal had remained in place, we'd still be dealing with in Iran didn't have any constraints on its nuclear weapons program. I mean, I think that that's one thing that should be said right off the bat. That deal wasn't going to prevent Iran from creating nuclear weapons. It only it only had a ten year pause in it, maybe. And that's only if you believed Iran was complying with it. Yes, that's true. It was ultimately going to his line was ultimately going to have an unlimited nuclear program. The big difference was that while it restrained itself somewhat, and some aspects of the program, just on the nuclear enrichment, not a missile development, not on the development of advanced centrifuges, not on developer warheads, didn't do anything about any of that. But when I was going to get paid a 100 billions of dollars that it wasn't going to spend on schools and hospitals, you can believe that. I think the major thing that rob valley is saying, believe it or not is the truth and the truth that has been around for a long time. I've been talking about on these really news. And that is the United States is willing to coexist with an Iran that has threshold capacity. I mean, the ability is created a bomb within a matter of weeks, because you've been a matter of days. Among the professionals, if referred to as Japan like capabilities, there's Japan has that capability, but of course, you can't threaten to wipe anybody off the map or is not supporting financial payers. Big

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Why is Fortnite banned from Apple?

Talking Tech

02:21 min | 8 months ago

Why is Fortnite banned from Apple?

"More rumblings in the battle between games an apple over fortnight and the app store the ceo and founder of epic games said recently on twitter that fortnight will continue to be blacklisted. From apple's app store a tim sweeney. Who is the founder and ceo of the company Shared some of this information through his twitter account. According to him for night will continue to be barred from the app store until the conclusion of the appeals process in the company's lawsuit against apple according to emails that sweeney released through twitter apple has said that epic games committed a breach-of-contract and trust when it implemented an option for app related purchases outside of apple system if you recall A lot of this started because fortnight epa games rather the creators. A fortnight added a system within the game so that folks could buy v box. Which is the in game currency and they could do it within the game without having to use the app store. Obviously that upset apple apple ban them from the app store ended up removing them completely. Epic followed up with a lawsuit and this is where we are According to an email that sweeney released from who what appears to be an apple representative it says quote apple as exercises discretion not to reinstate epochs developer program account at this time and quote representatives from apple declined to comment now earlier. This month. we had a big Moment in the case where federal judge said apple must let developers use payment options that funnel consumers out of the tech giant's app store which would then bypass apples thirty percent commission on a lot of transactions. Epic has appealed the ruling though because the district judge in the case rejected the company's allegations that apple random monopoly. So what is this gonna eventually mean for. Users will no more obviously wants. This appeals process shakes out as far how apt transactions. At purchases will go. We could see a lot of things like a link within an app. That takes you to maybe a safari page or some of the browser. And then you can pay there as well. That doesn't mean that apps are users couldn't still use the option to go through the app store to make their purchases but it might change a little bit How that process works. It could also mean to as an incentive for people to click that link they may be paying

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Apple Won’t Let Fortnite Back on iOS Until the Epic v. Apple Verdict Is Final

Mac OS Ken

01:32 min | 8 months ago

Apple Won’t Let Fortnite Back on iOS Until the Epic v. Apple Verdict Is Final

"News around the app store and fortnight epic asked to get fortnight back into the app store and apple said no that is basically the news going ahead deeper cult amac's as epic asked to get fortnight back into the app store and apple said hell no quoting the cult. Tim sweeney founder. And ceo of epic games revealed apple's decision on twitter. He included an email from mark a perry a lawyer representing apple with the specific reasons. Hey remember that time epoch. Straight up broke apples rules and launched an all out. pr blitz against apple and the app store. Yes seems that rubbed apple the wrong way quoting the report again. Perry points out. That epic committed an intentional breach of contract and breach of trust like concealing code from apple and making related misrepresentations and omissions. He's referring to epic secretly adding a direct payment system for in that purchases deport night. Which at new was against apple's rules. This caused apple to kick the developer out of the app store. In twenty twenty calling such actions duplicitous peres response to epoch said apple has exercised its discretion not to reinstate epochs developer program account at this time. Furthermore apple will not consider any further request for reinstatement until the district. Court's judgement becomes final and non-appealable

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Stocks Drop the Most Since May on Worries Over China, Fed

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 8 months ago

Stocks Drop the Most Since May on Worries Over China, Fed

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting stocks dropped the most since may on worries over China and the fed worries about a potential collapse by Evergrande one of China's largest real estate developers and the potential ripple effects across markets sent stocks tumbling on Wall Street Monday the markets are also worried the federal reserve may pull back its support for the economy the S. and P. five hundred suffered its biggest drop in four months falling over seventy five points or one point seven percent to four thousand three fifty seven seventy three after two weeks of losses the S. and P. five hundred is on track for its first monthly decline since January the Dow Jones industrial average briefly dial nine hundred seventy one point fell six fourteen to thirty three thousand nine seventy the nasdaq fell three hundred thirty points or two point two percent losses mirrored drops in overseas markets hi Mike Rossio

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How to Avoid Sacrificing Quality Work for Speed and Deadlines

The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

02:32 min | 8 months ago

How to Avoid Sacrificing Quality Work for Speed and Deadlines

"This week. We're going to talk about whether or not we sacrifice. Quality in the name of speed or deadlines or something to that effect. This was a topic recently in conversations in in thoughts that i've been having if you've been on a team that has a very very tight deadline whether or not you've decided to trade off scope or certain milestones or even potentially changing some of the standards with which you develop software there. There's some things that we can control so while while quality can be subjective. Certainly there are. There are items with which we can agree on. Yeah that's a good question. I mean i think. I think i think that you can i. I think that you can have a team agreed. Standard or especially a majority agreed standard. I think that you can definitely have a team standard. But it's very very very unlikely that it will be your personal standard so with that in and we started talking a little bit behind the scene just to get a feel for what types of things we wanted to discuss include brought up your standards versus their standards versus team standards. Even i i would when i joined a team or when i'm new to a team when the team changes significantly whether that's new team members added or team members leave or for various other reasons. It's worthwhile often. I find to have that kind of team norms discussion. So that you can set the expectation so that you can discuss what what you expect from from each other what you expect from one another the types of things that we determine what quality is in how we define that. Maybe i think those things can certainly be valuable I it's good to have a discussion It depends on how the discussion is held though. Like if you were to stop air if you were to say some time in the in the in the team like oh well. I think that we should all be doing unit tests and the rest team kind of sit there for a second and looks at you and they're like oh okay i mean we can. I guess we can. We can do. We can try unitas than they're probably not going to do. Unit

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China's Evergrande Collapse Would Have 'Profound Consequences'

Wall Street Breakfast

01:27 min | 8 months ago

China's Evergrande Collapse Would Have 'Profound Consequences'

"Possibility of china property company ever grand is leading to concerns in markets. This morning as we saw shares of ever grant are off more than eleven percent today at the stock has fallen more than eighty percent this year as it struggles to meet debt payments. The company has more than three hundred million dollars in debt and has warned about default. It has a eighty three million dollar payments due on thursday for a march. Twenty twenty two bond according to reuters and this is leading to concerns of a domino effect as this would have an effect on other china and hong kong property developers and a systemic effect on the rest of the economy. That's according to jenny. Zang co head of asia fixed income at alleanza bernstein quote in the offshore dollar market. There is a considerable large portion of developers who are implied to be highly distressed. Zang said on cnbc. These developers quote can't survive much longer. If the refinancing cheinal continues to be shut but she played down the possibility of ever grant being akin to the collapse of lehman brothers noting that the fragmentation of the china property market is much less involved than lemans

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Unpacking the Apple vs Epic Ruling

Waveform: The MKBHD Podcast

02:57 min | 9 months ago

Unpacking the Apple vs Epic Ruling

"Versus epic. We kind of got the ruling after the whole lawsuit. We've talked about it before epic suing apple because they made them take out button that was leading people pay on third party site in apple. Obviously with their iowa store in their thirty percent. Cut doesn't want that to happen. so kind of is like Win lose lose more. Even though that's three parties there's only two parties associated. This seemed like everybody was not happy yet. Kind of kinda sorta so pretty much. The judge ruled that they're not being anti-competitive they claim. Success is not illegal and both apple and third party developers like epic have symbiotically benefited from ever increasing innovation and growth from the ios ecosystem. Fair feels pretty fair now they did also though and this is what kind of is a lose aspect for apple is that they They ruled there for permanent nationwide injunction blocking apple not only from keeping iphone users in the dark about alternate ways to pay but potentially allowing developers to stick their own purchase mechanisms into apps. So that's a win for developers. I'm yeah so initially that one rule that Epic was pretty mad about was that in-app purchases had to go through apple's payment method which automatically took a thirty percent cut and the argument was. Why should there be an only apple at purchase that there should be other options to be able to have our own in-app purchase methods. Should be offer alternates. Maybe some of them are cheaper because they don't have to go through a thirty percent cut from apple and this ruling is that apple will now need to allow other purchase methods for in-app purchases and there's a little bit of they're not quite sure how this is gonna work. What constitutes a button inside it and stuff so that'll be a little weird but so the reason epic doesn't really win on. This is because the way they started. This whole suit was by adding that and the judge also ruled that it was a breach of the contract and apple is allowed to continue to knock basically let four-night back into the not. Give them back their developer account. So while you are there blocking that and you will potentially be able to put a button in for this kind of skirting. The rules epa can't because they're not allowed back in apple store epic knew what they're doing when they broke the rules so developers win apple kind of loses epic really loses. Because they're not back on the ios store and they also had to pay some sort of a fine because of the money that they made in that process of breaching the contract. So that's super super. Te'o dr version of a all have links in the description. So you can read the full thing. It's super interesting But yet it's been going on for a long time and yeah it also seems like it's far from over anytime there's just like all right another year of like back and forth between like researching each other so that is a still developing but that's at least some development

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Apple Must Allow Other Forms of in-App Purchase, Rules Judge

Pivot

02:02 min | 9 months ago

Apple Must Allow Other Forms of in-App Purchase, Rules Judge

"Apples expected to real a new iphone today but the biggest update may be in its app store. That's because of a ruling in the epoch versus apple lawsuit which came down in apple's favor with one big exception. A judge ruled that apple does not have to reduce the fees. It charges developers in its app stores. It's currently from fifteen to thirty percent. Fortnight epochs gay may. We're maine's banned from the app store. However because they broke their contract over the judge allowed the divers can use a non apps or payments to get around the apple store fees. That's a big change. It's a big win. Epoch still filed an appeal because it didn't declare apple monopolised etc etc. It's a really interesting ruling and to me. Apple did when they were going in this direction anyway with their previous settlement the week before and more gherman who writes really well about apple was like look. It's not that much money for them. They were going in this direction. Anyway and most people will probably still pick. Apple is the payment system. So what do you think about mark. Gherman swanee guess is your dog walker now anyways Look this was. This is an interesting case of the media deciding. Wouldn't it be more interesting to say. Epic fail for apple right and the reality was it was probably more of a win for our it distills down to it. A lot of anti-trust lawyers on both sides of the issue will say that it being a monopoly as an illegal. It's abusing monopoly power. And what they've said is okay you've minder standing of the ruling is the judge has basically said you've invested a lot. You've done a good job. People get utility from this consumers. Clearly love it. They don't feel angry that they you know they. They have to wait for someone to come installed their cable between the hours of one and five and three months because you have a regulated monopoly. But what they've said is its monopoly abuse. You can continue to charge thirty percent. You can continue to have somewhere between fifty five and eighty five percent market share depending on how you calculated. But we can't do is when someone's downloaded the app. Then decide that all tail activity within the app. You get a commission on their saw that as monopoly

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Apple vs Epic Games Lawsuit: Apple Must Allow Other Forms of in-App Purchase

Mac OS Ken

01:44 min | 9 months ago

Apple vs Epic Games Lawsuit: Apple Must Allow Other Forms of in-App Purchase

"Us judge yvonne gonzalez rogers came back with her ruling in the epic games versus apple fight on friday her decision to seen by most as a win for apple. Not an outright win. More of a. It could have been a lot worse win. Basically apple has to lead developers put buttons and links and their apps to take customers to third party. Payment options effectively says a piece from tech crunch. The judge has ruled that apple cannot prohibit developers from adding links for alternative payments beyond apple's app store based monetization remember the deal apple made with lawmakers in japan for outside payments for reader apps. Yeah this is basically that but for every app that wants to take advantage. According to the ruling apple can no longer stop developers from one including in their apps and their meta data buttons external links or other calls to action that direct customers to purchasing mechanisms in addition to end up purchasing and to communicating with customers through points of contact obtained voluntarily from customers through account registration within the app. Not what apple would have wanted but again could have been worse. The app store might have been deemed a monopoly. It was not according judge gonzales rogers while the court finds that apple enjoys considerable market share of over fifty five percent and extraordinarily high profit margins. These factors alone. Do not show antitrust conduct. Success is not illegal with that bart apple was

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In Epic vs. Apple Court Fight, a Win for App Developers

Lew Later

01:05 min | 9 months ago

In Epic vs. Apple Court Fight, a Win for App Developers

"Apple can no longer force developers to using that purchasing judge ruling epa. I saw this. I was literally just reading about this breaking news. I love the breaking news. On my i surprise. I don't know what it's uh could have gone either way in this case But i guess would it. Would it means is that the judge has determined. That apple has not sufficiently proven their case that the thirty percent take is justified And then you have all these massive implications because because of this ruling. I presume you would have a peon appeal. What does it say here. In injunction that apple will no longer be allowed to prohibit developers from providing links or other communications that direct us away from apple in that purchase. Like this is exactly what apple. What epic wanted one. It's a big victory. Lebron exactly what epic was going for a case that they were making the judge agreed with that and not apple.

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Judge in Fortnite Case Loosens Apple’s Control Over App Store

Daily Tech Headlines

00:44 sec | 9 months ago

Judge in Fortnite Case Loosens Apple’s Control Over App Store

"U s district court judge yvonne gonzalez rogers issued her decision in epic versus apple. The court found in favor of apple on all counts except with respect to a violation of california's unfair competition law. The court noted epoch breached his contract with apple by implementing an alternative payment system and is ordered to pay apple thirty percent of everything collected through the alternative system estimated to be around three point. Five million dollars. The judge also issued an order to apple that they are permanently restrained and enjoying from prohibiting developers from including in their apps and their metadata buttons external links or other calls to action that direct customers to purchasing mechanisms. The order does not take effect until december ninth and epic announced. It will appeal.

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"developer" Discussed on The Developer Tribe

The Developer Tribe

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"developer" Discussed on The Developer Tribe

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"developer" Discussed on The Developer Tribe

The Developer Tribe

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"developer" Discussed on The Developer Tribe

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"developer" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

POW! Samsung Developer Program

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"developer" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

"The chance to go deer and sometimes the sponsor and sometimes like talk with people. I always participating myself creating that I always like start creating like a concept that I'm going to deploy in ended up doing something, and so it doesn't work out but he's really great to go on Cedar Results of the OPS that people created Hackett phones or two games as people game jams, and did something that brings a lot of energy from young people creating cool things together. And I think probably what I enjoy the most around that. Everybody there his the all there for the same reason you know what? I mean. It's to be creative I. One time participated in a forty eight hour film project. So this is where different teams break up and you have forty eight hours to put together a film and you're your script you're filming in your your editing it you're doing everything all within forty eight hours and just being around You know like minded people. So I can totally understand that when you're at a game jam and a hacker thought just being around the energy of all those people I mean, that's gotta be pretty pretty exciting. Yeah. Yeah and sometimes people come up with like some things that you're like. How did giving came up with that idea you know and and it's really cool. So and less the year with something we had one in Washington DC, that one was. Created in conjunction with MIT, and it will surround health and coming up with like a Diaz to help people in the health industry and the health sector to well help people at all have actually ceases health problems, etcetera etcetera, and we will talk with some teams that were coming up with so many incredible solutions. Some one of them at one team was kind like A. Checking Day. The SMARTWATCH is more watches and had to do with elderly care. So like trying to shake things around I liga, it could take someone fully wanted his elder and could be falling and. GYROSCOPE into watch could help with that detection or how they could collect information like Adamo like the heart beads or is leap patterns. Think that's your calendar Saint Louis. We already have these awesome hardward at how do we do? How do we used to help others and I thought that it was incredibly interesting and you shall to do anything that has to do. With health so that particular Hackman Wisconsin. Oh that's different. Bad. But yeah, that's that's the entire point to bring some creativity and bring blackout two different things that sometimes don't go along and put him to work together. Yeah. No that that's true. I. Once went to a meet up group where people were presenting their APPS, and somebody head created an APP for the elderly. The chance of them falling down his person hid worth their way through this APP. Not Realizing that when people fall. They don't fall like a tree falling in the forest they crumble. And so this APP developer hadn't really thought of that that the motion is not you know a tree falling it's. Kind of collapsing down and that was because of the you know the people that were in attendance at that that meet up group that then help this APP developer understand kind of a basic thing that it was just an oversight. But. I don't think you'd say oversight is that sometimes that happens a lot developers and you can see with a little technologies that didn't have to be adapted Anita. Sue We dad. Sometimes. Developers in-depth solving problems don't exist what are the problem something different. seeps in a great job on reaching out to the community and sharing your knowledge and no one of your very popular series is the Tyson Tippett's get youth been publishing on. Youtube. Can you tell us? Are there any other upcoming topics that that you have planned? Yeah. Actually. It's fund like how these things.

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"developer" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

POW! Samsung Developer Program

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"developer" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

"Developer Dad likes to connect with people to like Sutak Lot. So you're going to hear daydream podcast this episode that you're going to ask me one thing and I'm going to to answer like twenty different things because Aah. That's why I do what I do a relaxed talk a reluctant connect with people and tried to figure out the kinds of things that people really are passionate about a like to spend a lot of time. Doing things that are like in and people can notice in. That's the kind of thing that elect to finding other developers. So I started my career as developer a steel decoding bad in general. What I do right now is to use the technical knowledge to be able to connect with older developers and tried to find your passion to kind of things that really take them in the kind of things that they relate to create. So for those of you who don't know both Diego and I are developer evangelists, we actually work together We've been working together now for. Over a year I would say over a year now. Yeah, absolutely. That's great. So before you joined Samsung, were you already in evangelist for another company Yeah actually have been doing at daybreak I'll develop relations for like seven years now. So different companies, the first time that I did it was with Microsoft and then the same chance to do something similar way Red Hat, and also with. Company that You're going to be able to find that a CA technologies that one get acquired and now will happen to What this role with Samsung for a little bit over a year like you said. So, how was it that you? Actually I learned about this role at Samson. Well at some Sun e I think was looking for another opportunity like you said, ca get acquired. So I wanted to continue doing things on developer relations and I started looking and well, obviously whatever you see something like a name of Samsung that's going to popping any search you know. So it's it's such a big company. So influential that immediately like, wow, developer relations with Samsung. So I immediately honing into Dadan and well immediately applied and fortunately for me it worked out. Yeah, no, we're really excited when you joined I will say Diego is an absolute character. He is so much fun to work with but. Outside of his. Very outgoing personality. He is truly a Tech Guy I. Mean I am amazed at the knowledge that you have that you that you brought to the team. I do remember during the interview process. You are the one of all the applicants that really blew us all the way because you went above and beyond already creating some some code as part of the process that we just said. Oh. My Gosh we need to. We need to have this guy now something unique is that even though Diego, and I worked together in the same team we're actually on opposite sides of the country. So I'm based on the West Coast and you are on the east coast. So tell a little bit about wire there on the east coast where you are and how did you end up there? Well I am in in Atlanta in Atlanta Metro Georgia I've been here almost seven years. So I moved here for my first developer relations -sition. So the that was the position that mentioned a with Microsoft and the had an opening here. I ended up moving before data was out living in in Texas before data relief to eat in Michigan for a couple of months before data lived in. Spain and before that I was living in Columbia. so He'd Wisconsin a long road to to make it although a here. And your birthplace is Columbia's correct young Colombian, and that's where I started my career. So that's where I.

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"developer" Discussed on Developer Tea

Developer Tea

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"developer" Discussed on Developer Tea

"Today's episode we're going to. . Switch over and talk about explicit. . Explicit ristic's and I'm GonNa give you one specifically that's been on my mind recently, , I think you'll find it useful. . You can imagine an explicit heuristic sounding like a proverb or platitude. . And I'll give you an example of one of these that we've talked about. . So many times on this show. . The, , heuristic of explicit. . Here's stick of making things smaller. . This is something that you can use as. . A tool, , it's not just a rule, , but it's something that you can pull out of your tool chest and say, , I wonder what would happen if I tried to make something in this particular situation that is currently bigger, , right? ? It's say <hes> complex subject. . What if they broke down if I broke it down into smaller component parts? ? What would that do? ? So, , you can see that these explicit heuristic six differ from implicit here six in that you can kind of call them up on purpose. . You can use them as a tool. . Lynn's to see your problems with. . So the new explicit heuristic that I would like to use today. . Is Very simple and you can use this whenever you're wondering what's a good use of my time or how can I choose which direction is better and the explicit heuristic I want you to remember. . is find cheap tests, , find cheap tests. . So let's expound on this explicit heuristic because it may not be immediately clear what exactly we mean by cheap or what exactly we mean by tests. . When we are faced with difficult decision really any decision at all We have an endless number of possibilities in almost every scenario even if it seems like we only have maybe two choices we probably have. . An infinite number or close to an infinite number, , right? ? So. . How do we make the right decision and how do we identify opportunities are better direction for us? ? Let's see you have option A. and option B. in front of you, , and it's not immediately clear which of these options. . Is. . Going to be the most valuable they both cost the same to implement but. . Option a is hard to test. . It's hard to validate an early stage whether option a is a good idea option b. on the other hand. . There is an easy test we can validate on in the very earliest part of the effort towards be. . So. . It. . Makes Sense. Then . if you present it this way than anyone rational would choose option B. that seems like. . With the information we have that it's the most obvious choice and the reason for that. . Is because even though they cost the same amount and they have the same level of confidence, , we have a faster ejection from option B. if it doesn't work out if the test fails. . So. . This heuristic is. . A way of kind of practicing in particular principle, , validating your direction validating your direction. So . what this means is if you're headed a direction, , how do you know it's the right direction? ? How do you know that this implementation of these <hes> these large features may be a large set of features that is going to serve your users or it's going to kind of carry you towards the goal that you care about. . Is there a way? ? To test that is there a way to validate that direction? ? Early as possible in cheaply as possible. . So this is also a tool that you can use when you're trying to decide without knowing. . Right, , without knowing how easy it is to test, , you can ask this question, , which option can we validate the easiest? ? which direction could we can pull the ripcord on? ? The fastest. . And here's the most important part of this heuristic, , right because it allows you to make decisions more fluently a little bit faster. . It gets you out of the blocks mode. . When you're trying to decide between two things. . That's a completely stalled scenario. . But if you can make easy decisions in other words, , if you can say it's cheap, , it is very and of low risk to go in this direction because we know that we can test this direction very quickly and if we decide to change direction. . We can do that right away. . Won't the only way you can do that is if you can find a cheap test. . I want to be clear about what I mean by the word cheap I don't always mean monetarily cheap. . Usually what this means is that it's easy it's. . uncomplicated. . To check this particular direction and it can be cheap monetarily. . Of course, , we're not going to leave that out, , but also it can be quick. . Time is absolutely an obvious resource and so a test that is quickly done might be considered cheap and if you had two tests and one took twice as long as the other but they both they both cost the same amount of energy or effort or or money than you would go with the one that was faster. . And again, , what's critical about finding cheap tests or going directions that allow for cheap tests? ? Is that instead of thinking or trying to predict all the way through? ? Which decision is the best decision to make right option a option B. we're trying to predict the. . End Outcome of a or the end outcome of. . We can ask a different and easier question to ask can we check both?

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"developer" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

POW! Samsung Developer Program

07:31 min | 2 years ago

"developer" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

"Tell us about your role here at Samsung. So my title is senior developer evangelists, but I often tell people commit teacher. and. There are different sides to that. So one side of being a teacher Samsung is going out into the community. So I will speak at conferences conduct workshops I will teach at universities, lots of different ways to get out into the community and teach how to design and create for Samsung. Here at the office though I am writing blogs creating youtube tutorial videos, we've now been doing this podcast series. We've also launched a Webinar series. So a lot of different ways where I can help the community but being here in the office. So it is all about assisting designers and developers on creating for Samsung. Yes. You touch a little bit on something that I wanted to ask about. A webinar series, which is something that was just launched very recently where you did amazing work immune from building the studio, which is really cool. Thank you to our webinars to come up with a name, which is while, yes men talk a little bit about while I'm sure everybody wants to know what that means and then also the recent Webinar you did. We launched this new webinar series called. Wow, which stands for webinars of wisdom and the idea is to not just teach but do it in a very fun sort of quirky way. So if you haven't seen any of the episodes of please, go check them out. You can find them on Youtube just search Samsung, developed a program and just put in wow and it'll show their the latest Webinar that we did was about how to become a themes Ui designer what it takes. So you have to submit a portfolio of a mockup of a theme and what's that gets reviewed and approved. Then you get the ability to download the software start creating themes. And so while then led to what we're doing right now, which is Paulo. So Powell. Talk about what that means a little bit about. So Powell is podcasts of wisdom I mean, it took me off about two seconds. You know when we were done creating. Wow I thought to come up with something for podcast what could that be and it was pretty quick. It just came up with how podcast wisdom. So lots of great plans with that. We're actually putting together our schedule already of. All the interviews that we're going to be doing. So we'll be interviewing some internal people here at Samsung, a lot about our technologies and our processes, and how you can be successful using our tools were also going to be interviewing designers and developers that are already successful with. Samsung. So we've already lined up quite an impressive list of people that I'll be interviewing on POW that can share their journey. How did they become a designer or a developer selling for Samsung? So super excited about that. I'm super excited about it as well. Another thing that you've worked on that I've been really impressed with this. You've created some amazing tools to support designers and the cool thing about Tanya's that you've been on both sides of the fence on the side of defense as the freelance designer attended our workshop in. Now you're on the other side of the fence of knowing the kinds of challenges that designers sometimes face and have come up with some amazing solutions in the way of tools. And so if you can share some of those tools that you put in place. Yeah. For sure the first tool that I created called the asset creator I noticed that when I was doing watch face designs that I was spending just as much time creating the graphics that are needed on your seller page as I was creating for the watch face. So I needed to find a way to speed up the time that it takes to publish your. Watch. Face the craters photoshop template file that automates a lot of what is required when it comes to saving all of the different images. If you're interested, you can go to our website, which is develop Samsung Dot com actually wrote a blogging even created a youtube tutorial video on how to use the at Creator. So you can just search asset crater in the search field and they'll be link for downloading the crater itself. So asset creator I think. There's a recently pool that you just created the Aso inspired by the Asset Creator I. Created some lifestyle photos. The photos are unique pictures of the watch in use. So I've taken the watching, I've put into unique backgrounds. So place it on leather jacket or found some tech looking you know events or a pipe or just different lifestyle pictures of these photos in what's unique is that you can just copy paste your watch face into the layer in. Photoshop and Photoshop automatically position at depth of field blur will do all of the necessary adjustments to the picture so that it is embedded into the scene huge timesaver, las unique pictures out there. So again, you can find the lifestyle photos on our website going to develop produce Samsung Dot com. So one of the important things that you said a couple of times with both of the tools is this timesaver. What kind of time are you talking? About. So I would say you know, I, would spend half a day creating the assets for your seller page absolutely, and that's why I wanted you to share is a huge time saver. So you've done so much already in just a year and a half anything we should look forward to yeah one of the things I'm most excited about we're actually doing a partnership with the Art Institute of Dallas so we're going to be conducting an eleven week. Course for the students there that'll be really exciting. We're GONNA die for really deep into watch designing all these students will get an opportunity to publish their designs and make those available to the world. So really excited about that and we'll be doing some additional outreach. So I know that we're going to go to how design in Boston this year. So that'll be a ton of fun. We're GONNA set up a booth we'll have some interaction. For people to come in and actually design watch faces on site. You know in the past we've gone to Dobie Max that it's been a wonderful experience in we have plans of returning there again in in twenty twenty. Yeah. I'm excited about both of those house new US we haven't been there before but who in planning what we WANNA do there some of be really exciting. So hopefully, we might be able to meet some folks there as well. So, what's the biggest challenge with your role here at Samson I would say public speaking I mean, I'm very chatty person but you know I have not had much experience getting up on stage. Really Wow, Tony. I'm really surprised to hear that I would not have thought then you must have forgot about the time that bombed. We were hosting about one hundred developers here at the campus and I was I was asked to just give a short presentation. I mean, maybe ten minutes. The presentation could not have been easier. All I was to do is talk about myself. I just started Samsung like two months earlier and just going to show a few slides and talk about me as a designer and. Samsung. Well just before I was going on stage I was in the back of the room and a developer guy comes up and he starts asking me about all these technical questions about our watch. I didn't know the answers the designer. Any biometric sensors there were in the specs behind what they did. So he turns to me and he says. I'm surprised Samson. Hired you. So now I'm dating myself. was like qualified to do this job in the announced my name to come up on stage? Run up to the stage and I grabbed the clicker to start going through my presentation. Can I grab it upside down. Click the button and I don't realize it. But I'm actually going backwards to the presentation that was given before mine and I don't realize this talking away then I turn and I look at the projection screen. And.

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"developer" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

07:58 min | 2 years ago

"developer" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

"That it's is an investment. You have to invest in it a little bit. You don't have to put like your bottom line on the line to do it but you definitely have to put some effort into it and you may have to not squeeze your current team to the point where they have no time. So they're going to spend a little time on your new person doesn't have to be all their time. Especially if you do your interviews correctly. But they're going to spend some time. You just need to like make peace with that. Basically from there like having a process in place is incredibly Italy healthful this all kind of hearkens back to the seven ps so only say six of them but prior proper preparation prevents poor performance. You've got to set things up in advance. You can't just okay. Yeah let's let's junior developer. That's the right thing to do and then hire them and like okay. Welcome to the company Seeing three months hope you're productive and if not you're fired that's the wrong way to do it. You can't do that so first of all you got to fix your interviews yet a screen for this candidate. That's actually has an interest in technology that that you're actually using and has some kind of aptitude has also the right attitude so once you get that down you got to have some people that are good at interviewing so that you get these these candidates and then aside from that like you gotTa give your current team the opportunity to become mentors they need to have. Let's say I did a twitter poll about this. A couple months back but asked people Hay Fever Mentor somebody. How many hours of your week did you spend mentoring? And the Gross Majority said zero to five hours. See got at least give your guys or girls Zero or five hours a week to spend on mentoring so expect worst-case they're going to spend like an hour a day helping this new person and I'm sure that's a lot a lot more than most junior developers actually get when they get to their first job. I know myself personally. I was lucky to get the one senior guy's ear for like you an hour a day and I was usually things like catastrophically wrong. You can also help by encouraging stuff like pair programming. Have Your new person shadow a more experienced person or take your new people and put them all together and set them on a task so let them learn as a group and let the stronger people pull up. The weaker occur. People that's GonNa make you stronger people better as well as your weaker people let your your senior developers also have an opportunity at mentor ship so we often some kind of like downplay the soft skills even though we hearken back to all the time in linked in and twitter and stuff and I want somebody with soft skills we need soft skills in our company on and on and on but we never give anybody the chance to practice it so give them that chance and let them be mentors. Let them go into Code Review and bring somebody up and skill them up and actually coach them that's going to not only make them better developers because they're gonNA learn how to talk very technical concepts concept's to people that are not as technical but it's going to help them as leaders that gives them an opportunity to be better team leaders. People look at added as an expense but they need to look at it as an investment. That's GonNa give me pretty good returns for companies and it may be junior developers developers What resources might you directly to to either looking to make themselves more horrible or finding that job and landing at or on the company side trying to say okay? Let's prepare ourselves for hiring these junior over I think podcasts are collegiately undervalued things so listen to the six figure developer listening to Tech Junior. Listen to knuckleheads that actually care about this stuff. They probably have a pretty good idea about it being involved involved in the community outside of that so good to meet ups Go to conferences participate in those things who give talks. A lot of that stuff is We see it. We don't don't really think about it. We're like yeah. Yeah I would just want to go to the conferences. Because it's a it's a huge opportunity for networking as well as learning. So if you're new to the field you WANNA get a job participate in the community. And I don't mean passively I mean actively so you can't just like Joined all these slack groups and I got on twitter account. I went to Oh conference. That's not enough you've got to get on there and ask people questions be that annoying but pleasantly persistent person that has like hey. John helped me with this problem mirror. Hey Clayton I'm working on this react. Tap Arena to the snag. Here's my code base. I'm having a problem in this file. Tell me what I'm doing wrong. If you have a minute something like that you. You can't just jump on there and then kind of lurk. That's that's not going to help. You have to participate a little bit. And if you're a company like I would encourage you to encourage your people to do that stuff tough. Give them the opportunity to participate in the community. If there's a conference in your area and it happens on a weekday let your team tickets to go to a conference just doing thing that a lot of them will probably bothering ticket Or if you're super great by them ticket out it'd be nice encourage people to go and speak at conferences. I I actually where I work at real truck. I wrote a blog. Obviously we talked about One of our SEO guys came up to me and he's like hey. Do you have a blog and I was like. Yeah yeah why he's like. Somebody clicked on our website from China because they read your blog. I was like well I wrote in English man. I don't know what you're talking about but what had happened was I wrote it on T. O.. And that is translated in China to Chinese and somebody on there read my profile that I worked for real truck dot Com sir like okay. I won't check out the slips. Then they clicked on it. There's the opportunity you think developer truck parts doesn't really mix but actually drove traffic to our website just by being this community person that goes out there and writes writes articles and toxic conferences and stuff. So you actually do some good for your Seo and for your sales and stuff just by being a positive presence in the community humidity and you can see that. A lot of companies technology companies that. Go out there and do that. But you don't have to be a technology company if our listeners wanted to kind of listen to you more. We've mentioned your your podcast a blog. You're fantastic website which I jumped on earlier and was like how could you not hire this this guy for front and he actually knows how to design things and make them look nice but Yeah no we're we're we're we're listeners. Find you and all those places this is so you can find me online at the LEEWARD DOT com which I think is the website. You're talking about Yup everything that I do is linked on there. I can listen to our podcast tech junior at Dev or Devi You can find me on twitter at leeward junior and junior at tech podcast awesome. Do you have have any upcoming speaking engagements that you can kinda shut up. Yeah I'm going to be a a panelist at flashback conference which is here in Orlando on February Tenth Anthon Eleventh. It is organized by local developer advocate that we have Prime Rinaldi that works for stacked it so it's passion project of his. He decided up like all on his own. He's GonNa make a conference for the area because we get a lot and so he's he's made this conference. That is all about looking back on the history of Web Development and how that's GonNa Elites the future web development saw giving a panel on the eleventh or part of a panel where we talk about modern web development which should be fun so come out and see that all right thanks. LE- really appreciate you coming on the show. Hey thanks so much for having me really appreciate being here. That was Lee work. Lee is a front end developer with with experience in Javascript. Node react in view he's the project CODEX ORGANIZER AND CO host of Tech Junior. podcast if you'd like this episode please like rate in our view on I tunes fine showed blog post and more at six figurative dot com. And be sure to follow some twitter at six figure. This has been another episode risotto. The six-figure developer podcast helping others reach your potential. I'm John Calloway time played and I'm.

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"developer" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

10:14 min | 2 years ago

"developer" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

"I'm John Calloway. I'm Clayton Hunt and John Ash with us today as Leeward Front end developer with experience in Java script. Not React and view he's the project Kodak's organizer and Co host of Tech Junior podcast. Welcome Louis Hey thanks for having me so Lee before we get started. Would you just give it a little introduction to yourself tell the listeners side of how you got started in the industry sure It's a little a bit of a long story. I didn't have a traditional career path into development so I think You might wonder about how people get into coding and you think well they probably go college. They probably studied computer science. And then they pop out the other side knowing. Java jump into the workforce and it's kind of off to the races I didn't have that path at all. I did go to college. I did Study Java in college but was miserable like I. I wasn't prepared for what computer science is an what I needed to learn. I didn't really know what coating was or what it should be so coming into it. Fresh we started wearing binary and accidents won't stuff and printing a lot of for loops and triangles isn't stuff to the screen and I thought well that's one really boring and has nothing to do with the programs that I would think I would make and to really see how I you can get to making the software. I WanNa make from there so on top of that. The instructor was not great. So I don't know if you WANNA get into that story. You walked in and started talking about like how his best friend had stolen his ex wife on the first class like immediately as as he started class which was like super professional for a university professor. He's still there by the way well actually met somebody at a conference that was like Oh man I know him. He's still teaching straighten his life out after that. I'm sure it was a rough period. But any case I went on and studied Japanese language after that so that's always it a passionate mind and I was. I was really happy to get the chance to do that. I did study abroad in Japan so I got really get perspective on like different cultures and different experiences like that But then after that I got out and became a fireman and a paramedic and a nurse and then then I took a coding bootcamp and became developer as a roundabout way of getting there. I got a lot of experience on the way. But totally a nontraditional career path so What brought you back to the boot camp? I was sitting in the The Trauma Emergency Room Here in Ocala and I was kind of inbetween taking care of patients. And I've always had this lingering feeling of an what if I hadn't given up on development didn't enjoy Coding but I just I. I didn't see where I would be any good at it for my experience in college so I was like messing around on free camper whatever and trying to learn python and my boss walk behind me. It was like Haley. What are you doing? She just sees all these variables and functions and stuff on the screen. And it's obviously not patient care charting or anything thing and I was like well. You know trying to learn code. And she's like Oh she's very confused by that and She just looks at me and she goes well Lee. You Know Oh you got to want it and at that moment I was like you know what you're right. I don't want this. I don't WanNa be a nurse on how to do this anymore. That's an incredibly stressful profession Healthcare in general as is kind of in a state of crisis on our country and I just didn't WANNA do anymore. I was pretty burned out So I looked up could do camps that had become a thing by that period. You know back when I was in college that was not a thing so Logo holders one here in Orlando and so Signed up for that made the drive. Thought it was a scam. Didn't think I'd get anywhere with it but paid the money anyway and managed to get a job after that so I was one the lucky ones. I guess so Where what are you working on these days so alma a developer for real truck dot com? which is a e commerce site? That's it's part of a a larger company that mostly has to do with manufacturing Truck parts like bumpers and running boards. And that sort of thing all the candy that people like to put on their truck and so we've got a bunch of companies under that umbrella that manufactured parts and our job is to sell those those things through our website. So I get to deal with a pretty large application. That is doing some interesting things with data because of all the massive amounts of of parts and configuring it for certain vehicles and that sort of thing that's built in view and running on a node server. That's most of my day is messing. I think that we're also branching into doing a lot of aws stuff. So I'm making a lot of like back into the front end type of things so that's mainly what I'm wrestling with now. Oh very nice yeah and you. You mentioned always wondering if if you being good at coding. I've been doing this twenty years and I still often wonder if I'm ever going to be any good at it. Yeah I feel that too. Seems like you do a lot of work in the in the community and and working with other developers and blogging and Tweeden in and hosting your own podcast devoted to junior developers. What spurred the interest in helping specifically developers in what have you been doing along those uh-huh so coming out of the boot camp? There's kind of this hope and dream whenever you sign up for one of these things. Where like okay? I can learn the material but after that can get somebody to to give me that chance or take a take a chance on me and it's really an interesting problem because companies traditionally. You would think like like okay. I WANNA hire somebody at a low salary and then you know grandfather them out as they retire at a higher salary with developments really liked that you see a lot of companies that goes straight straight in and say I want to buy the most expensive developer that I can afford somebody with the most experience. see companies like Netflix. That are They only hire senior developers And as a junior coming out into the workforce and trying to get that first opportunity. It's really strange to look at a job. Board see almost no junior developer positions so so I definitely felt that. Burn coming into the camp that there's kind of this floyd where you get out even college Or a boot camp and you've got some skills but we need somebody to kind of take you a little bit further before you're able to be dropped to accompany and be productive. There's a lot of work to be done after that. So you've got to get better. Get get get to learn agile which almost nobody spends anytime on in school a lot of processes that maybe you learn about her wouldn't even think to know about or or look into to when you first come out of school and I. I just feel like that's a huge disservice. To not only the people that want to be developers but us as developers in the industry. They were kind of shooting ourselves in the foot by not doing that. Stuff not giving people those opportunities to learn those things but to answer question more directly like how did I get into do it when I was in the boot camp. I had another classmate that kind of one of the starters on business so and so he said let's make our own agency basically man. I get jobs when we first get out. Let's team up and start doing freelance work and so that didn't happen. We got together and decided like we're going to do this thing. We made eight business cards and all that but Soon as we got out like you know one guy went to South America and enrolled in like traditional college after the boot camp The other guy. He went back into his previous career. And so what we had done in the meantime was instead of going straight agency. We decided. Why don't we get some talks and do some he stuff to see if that will help us get hired and so I ended up making a meet up and through that I got hired like the next week as soon as we started the meet up? I just said I'll just keep it going and kind of see where it goes. That kind of. I didn't think it would do well. It started to do well and then I had those this wild hair rows like. Why don't I make a podcast? And so and upstarting that an office well because you know looking at scenes whatnot. There's not a whole lot of podcasts out. There that are geared towards junior developers. Either so a little while back you you had mentioned about companies junior developers coming on and you know not finding a lot of jobs that are geared there were companies are looking for them. What what do you think? Why do you think that is why do you think companies are missing out on or looking for junior data to be brought right on so whether opposed to basically? Yeah yeah why. Why aren't their jobs? I mean it seems like there were cranking junior. I mean those. Those are definitely coming out of colleges and BOOT camps and there there's a there's availability there but why do you think companies are are not looking for those looking for them in the amount that they should be when you really boil it down the reason I think we all know is fear. There's a fear that this person they're going to hire is not gonNA work out and more than that. There's a fear that when they hire this person it's going to in some catastrophic fashion. Bring down the code base or kill the APP or something. They're gonNA make some kind kind of decision they're gonNA code something. Put something up to production and it's GONNA wreck everything or they're not going to be productive for months is or even years They're going to require like so much time of the the current team to mentor that person to bring them up to a level where they're productive and I and I. I think that that's nonsense. I think it's a overestimation of the problem I think it's a lack of preparation on the company side and a lack of investment in processes to make that a more smooth process looking at interviewing okay Interviewing in technology technology is like this hilarious. Circuits okay looking back a few years. We had this thing where you'd go into an interview and they wouldn't ask you any technical questions at all. They look at your resume and go Kay great. Let's say John. Tell me why manhole covers around or something like data. And then he'd sit there and you'd like I don't really know and you hear about this practice or something and you come to another interview and you'd read.

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"developer" Discussed on Developer Tea

Developer Tea

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"developer" Discussed on Developer Tea

"Cases, right. We can cover every use case and make sure that that our code is, you know, absolutely airtight, but we can't cover every scenario because humans are pretty bad writing tests. Not just because we are lazy naturally and not just because we can't think of every scenario. But also because we can't intimidate the weird ways that people are going to use our software. So that doesn't mean that you don't write tests. But instead, it means you can add to the way that you are detecting bugs in your software. Non just intestinal just in Mainul QA, but also with century century tells you about airs that happened in your application before your users see them this allows you to address the airs before they cause a major business problem century also provide you all of the information that you need to solve the air. You get the full stack. Trace you even get the. Information about the developer who wrote the code that led to that air. So you can go and discuss with them how you may be able to mitigate the problem go and check it out head over to century dot IO to get started today that century, Don, I oh, thank you again to century for sponsoring today's episode of developer t so when we're writing our tests we have to recognize and not just writing our tests when we're engaging in any particular activity that gives us extra confidence that gives us a greater sense that our code is safe..

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05:14 min | 3 years ago

"developer" Discussed on Developer Tea

"You can start to create some guard rails for yourself on how you can achieve those goals rather than just trying to hack your way to those goals. Right rather than trying to take the steps that seem intuitively like they're going to get you there. Instead think about the kind of the the identity changes that are necessary. Right. This isn't about changing specific behave. Viewers. If you only change your habits in specific behaviors, you're gonna end up very frustrated because if the underlying kind of way that you've you yourself way that you view the world if you can't start at that stage in a just at that stage. Then ultimately, those habits changes are going to be layered on top of your existing kind of self described identity. Right. So in other words, if you are thinking about improving your relationships and the way that you're deciding to measure that is by you know, the the less number of fights that you have the healthier. You are. Well, imagine what a healthy relationship looks like you may be right that healthy relationship is marked at least partially by not having a bunch of fights. But what else is it marked by for example, a healthy relationship? Maybe marked by very good communication and that happens to be true. Right. So whatever it is that you are targeting whatever change your trying to make whatever identity shift. You're trying to make think about the things that are true, not just one particular metric, but the supporting metrics the supporting realities the whole picture, and instead of trying to measure one thing I encourage you to measure a couple of things. Create those guardrails for yourself create the things that you will not do in order to become healthy. These are kind of the the anti habits, for example, you will not go on a crash diet. You will not create a relationship where you're avoiding conflict in order to kind of game. Whatever that one metric is for you. That's the key. The key is not just about the. The things that you do and the things that you don't do it's about the identity shift. But if you can get an idea of what that identity is kind of grasp around the truth about that identity and try to back fill your way, where are you now in how are you different from that future version of yourself? Now, how do you go from where you are today to that point? What are the guard rails? You're going to set up for yourself. What things can you safely measure and simultaneously avoid kind of manipulating in trying to gain those measurements? So that you can make yourself feel better about becoming whatever it is that you're you've set out to become you're not going to impress anyone including yourself by just achieving those metrics that kind of achievement will only last so long your pride in that achievement will only last so long also. D'amitie what you're shooting after goes beyond something you can measure, it goes beyond something that you can show that you've achieved surf you take nothing else away. From today's episode. I want you to take this win. You are deciding the kinds of changes that you wanna make I want you to think about it in as vivid and clear and complete detail as possible. One of the things we did on the show awhile back. I had you do a visualization. Now, this is something that we don't do very often. But the visualization forces you to think about the small details think about you know, in that future version, whatever that whatever that changes that you wanna make think about something specific related to that change if you're thinking about becoming healthier and losing some weight, for example, you may think about the clothes that you have now that won't fit, and you may think about actually taking those clothes and donating them. And you may think about the physical activity that you can't that you can't engage in today that you will engage in then these are the kinds of details that I want you to have in mind when you're making these resolutions, and once you've identified those then go forward and figure out how do I decide if I'm if. If I'm actually succeeding. That's you know, what can I measure? What can I target? What kind of behaviors can I cultivate to achieve this? Thank you so much for listening to today's episode of developer. Thi this is a little bit more of a broadly targeted episode. Of course, it's not only specific to developers..

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Developer Tea

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"developer" Discussed on Developer Tea

"For sponsoring today's episode of developer t. So you're setting your goals, you're going through your resolutions. Whatever your particular way of you know, kind of doing a reboot for the new year. Most people have some kind of process that they follow. And by the way, if you are if you're listening to this, and you kind of don't believe that, you know, the new year should be such a big deal. There is some support that our brains. Do see the beginning of something as a good time to do this kind of thing. It's not just a, you know a way to sell gym memberships, this is actually there's there's some good evidence to show that we have we really do benefit from this kind of clean slate. Clean slate kind of thinking so encourage you to take advantage of this stuff and don't just, you know, push against it because it's the popular thing to do. But instead to find. Some value in it. Okay. So if you're doing whatever ritual it is that you perform to try to figure out what is it that I want out of this year? What is it that I want out of my life? These there's plenty of topics undeveloped not in the past where we talked about finding those things. But in today's episode of specifically wanna focus on how setting those those goals and figuring out how you measure them can be absolutely critical to your success. Here's the reality. If you measure the wrong thing if you choose the wrong metric. If you are for example, let's say that you decide that your health. Is going to be measured by strictly your weight your body weight? You're going to measure your health strictly by your body weight. And perhaps you're going to measure your physical.

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Developer Tea

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"developer" Discussed on Developer Tea

"We've talked about how to set good goals how we can break those goals down, and you know, use our individual kind of perspectives to drive those goals where those goals even come from in the first place. We've talked about all of that on the show in the past. But today, I'm gonna talk about how you determine whether or not you are success. Seeding at those goals. I should clarify. What I mean? When I say goals, I mean goals in the more traditional sense the types of goals that are based on your feelings or their little more vague. They don't have specific numbers attached to them. They don't have specific outcomes in and there's there's good reason for why we're describing goals as way, although when you come out from this episode, my hope is that your goals have changed a little bit right in. They've changed more towards the types of goals that we've defined in previous episodes. But you'll see what that's about in just moment. But imagine one of your goals for this year right to one of the one of the types of goals that you may have starting this year out is to become a healthier developer. And you may have even done a little bit of work on this goal to decide, you know. What does it? What does it actually mean to be a healthy? Well. You know, I wanna be mentally healthy and went to maybe emotionally or spiritually be healthy. And then I also wanna work on my physical health. Right. So you have some kind of breakdown of what it means to be healthy. And then you start your year, and you go throughout the first day, and then the first week, and you still have this goal, and it's very strong in your mind. But the problem is that when you're trying to decide how to become that healthy developer. You don't really have a specific proactive action that you can take. Instead, your so-called resolution is reactive or at the very least. It's something like improv where in a given moment you're trying to decide how to make a healthy decision. And you may look around you use some kind of convenience heuristic and choose something to do to. Satisfy that.

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Developer Tea

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"developer" Discussed on Developer Tea

"The. What are you doing today to improve? The easing answer for developers often something along the lines of learning language or reading a book about programming or maybe building something. These are all very good. In fact, there essential parts of the learning process as developer. You might even include listening to this podcast in your list of things that you do to improve your career, and I would be honoured if this pike cast made that list, but if we only focus on our practical skills, if all we do is learn a new technique for building software. If all we're doing is adding to our toolbox, and we don't think about the wide range of tools that we may actually need and instead of adding to our. Toolbox for actually just adding a bunch of the same type of tool we may end up in a scenario where career seems to be somewhat limited. Our ability to move laterally in our career from one company to another or her ability to connect with the people that we work with connect to as the show is so often reminding you are career purpose. The truth is the work that we need to be doing is not just about our practical skills. It's also not just about our relationships are networking these things once again are very important. But there's another piece to this puzzle. Then perhaps it's the primary piece at least it's the kind of the foundational piece, and that is our working on ourselves are working on the. The way that we see the world the way that we perceive our jobs. You're listening to develop a t my name is Jonathan Cottrell. And in today's episode. I'm announcing something we've already kind of soft announced before the new year began. But today, we're officially announcing that the tea break challenge is live. It's.

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Developer Tea

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"developer" Discussed on Developer Tea

"To our alpha customers in January seventh. Wow. So this is a problem. I am a remote developer myself at clear bit. We're using a variety of things to try to solve it. But this is a a really big pain point the closest thing that I've found that does the does a decent job at this right now is teammate. But even that is has its downfalls. And I'd love to know, you know, how what kind of problems. Are you seeing that you're solving in new ways? And what's exciting about this to you? It's exciting thing to me is that it's kind of like a problem. That's our it's a it's a thing that sort of simple to describe. But there's so much to ring out of it to make it really good. So like, I love products that are focused on what they do. I love when a sharp tool that has a single use. And this is kind of that only there's so much optimisation that can be done behind the scenes that I'm kind of excited about working on this for the long term. So I'll give you some examples. So one is just dual mouse cursor. So like, hey it. Sure. Yeah. It'd be nice if two people could use them out at the same time well the operating system, so we're we're MAC only right now. And so I don't know how windows actually is. But at least on MAC, the MAC operating system is firmly entrenched in the idea that there one mouse cursor, and you cannot tell it differently. And so if you wanna do to mice it's kind of always sort of a hack, and so there's this like like how much of a non hack can we make this? So it feels good and. Like, the very naive version is horrible. And the like semi naive version is like pretty horrible and after months and months of working on it. It's bad. And now we right now, we're dropping down to the level of intercepting mouse, like USB mouse events before it hits the Colonel and our own like stealing the code that implements the mouse acceleration curves for OSX. So that are fake mouse cursor feels real and like it's just it's one of these problems. We're like it's it sounds like kinda easy or something or at least straightforward and then like the actual Implementation's just crazy deep. Wow. And never would have thought that you'd have to go all the way down to that level. But I guess it kind of makes sense if the, you know, if you're kind of doing an OS level thing, then you can expect maybe you're going to have to dive into the us. Totally. Yeah. And this is like this is like the story this. I think is the reason why agreed answer to this doesn't exist like screen here. I would say was a great answer and does not anymore. But so few people have done this. It seems like and not because they're not smarter. Well, meaning, but because it's such a pain like you have to really really care about pair programming and think this is gonna be worth it from a business sense to spend the time reading C, plus plus and like stealing mouse events and doing all this all this nonsense that that we're doing. Yeah. So this means the writing C plus plus now. Yeah, that's really the big takeaway. Right. The third version is that by the way, it's like version one was like, oh, maybe we can just write this an electron. And it'll be great. We already know Java script, and we can get to market so fast, and like it sucked. Everything sucks like it's a bit like a crappy version together. Really? I see me learned quite a lot through that process. Yeah. I wouldn't say it was a waste of time. It was probably worth building that prototype. But our conclusion of that prototype was like, oh, yeah. This is definitely too high level. It's not gonna work for us. Yeah. And then select version two we wrote in swift. We're like, okay, we're going to drop down. This is going to be serious. We're getting hardcore. Now, we're going to read this and swift. But we still actually are pretty far from the metal in that point. Yeah. At in particular, one of our big dependencies is web RTC and women you see is written C, plus plus so if you're constantly bridging between surplus bus and swift it's possible, but it's painful, and you do everything you wanna do you don't have the full control because we're still..

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