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How to Become a Change Agent in Your Health System with Tony Manuel

Outcomes Rocket

04:55 min | 3 weeks ago

How to Become a Change Agent in Your Health System with Tony Manuel

"Welcome back to the outcomes, rockets, Sal Marquez is here today I have the privilege of hosting Dr Tony Manual Dr Tony. Manual is a practicing anesthesiologist and Austin Texas. He's a partner with the United States anesthesia partners central Texas and has been in practice since two thousand two. He's an assistant professor. In the Department of surgery and Peri, operative care at Bell Medical School Dr Manual received his undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt attended the University of Texas Health Science Center for medical. School, completed his residency in anesthesia at the University of North Carolina or Or. He was recognized as the outstanding resident and fellow cardiovascular anesthesia at Duke, university in two thousand seventeen. He received his masters in medical management degree from Carnegie Mellon University and today he's playing. Multiple Roles as as he has in in his career and today we're going to be talking about physician innovation, and in particular how physicians can evolve their career to be greater contributors beyond the point of care and so. I WanNa thank you Tony for joining me today to have this very interesting discussion with you saw thanks so much great. Great to be owner podcasts, and I WANNA. Thank you for actually doing this podcast. Because for a lot of people like myself, it's been a great conduit to learn about what other people are doing, and what best practices that are out there, and it's an alternative to sort of the Journal Review articles that we have historically read and I've actually looked up several companies that you've had on and engaged with them. Really appreciate what you're doing I. Love that man now. That's great. I'm glad to hear that you've done that. That's the intention. Intention and so I appreciate you for doing that, so you know we are having a discussion. Folks Tony and I connected and said you know what the role of the physician is changing, and and so what I wanNA. Do today is just highlight how that's changing through the life of Dr Manual here and so you know I love for you Tony at to just kind of walk us through some of the work that you're doing and how it's changed from just practicing to actually doing more You know as we engage this. You know three five trillion dollar industry that call healthcare. Yeah, it's it's been an interesting journey for me and you know have to credit one of my anesthesia attending when I was in residency, his name's Dave mayor said Gimme, grapevine goes Tony You have to continually strives to maximize your career and Let's see well. What does that mean well? You definitely want to start trying to be the best clinician you can be once. You achieve that you should really look at you. Know becoming really strong in other areas, and I always took that to heart in so I think back to when I first started here in Austin I became the division chief of cardiovascular. Cardiovascular Anesthesia Rochester, saying I helped create division of cardiovascular. Because at that time we were Basically, everybody was doing it, and I fell coming out of myself. This'll be really better if we limited number of people at work in that space and you know put together some protocols and got the team together, and we saw some really good outcomes from that work and I fast forward to what I'm doing today, and that work has changed so much partly because I think every clinician you have to get educated, and I use a rudimentary tools back then, but in after getting that masters degree from Carnegie Mellon I really developed at toolkit that allows me to take on. On much more complex problems that we face and healthcare today. Yeah, that's so interesting, and so you have that entrepreneurial bug from the beginning right so you kind of re retooled the way that you guys approached cardiovascular anesthesia and I'm sure with with much improvements and outcomes, but then you've taken other steps to. You've been involved in startups, and now you're doing different roles. Can you talk to us a little bit more about that? Yeah I worked my way of the medical staff leadership and ultimately became the president of medical staffing while that was a great experience after I graduated with my master's degree. The entrepreneur apart really was intriguing to me. In more important is the. The interface between the clinicians in technology and so The startup is called Dynamic Lights based here in Austin, and it's actually technology out of the University of Texas and They had great idea concept. Basically, it's how to noninvasive map blood flow during Sri will hand you an aneurysm surgery and uses what's called speckled laser technology and I was like honestly Craig. It's continuous. It's noninvasive, but they never really thought about the interaction. How you get it. It's dockers hands. How do you test it? And that was sort of my strength and so I, said well. Let's work together and figure this out and to date. You know we've incorporated. We're FDA approved, and we're. Ducking clinical trial and we're looking to partner with a couple of larger health tech firms,

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"Girded Loins" - How Will The Supreme Court Rule?

Hysteria

03:53 min | Last month

"Girded Loins" - How Will The Supreme Court Rule?

"I wanted to talk a little bit about the Supreme Court. Because I. Kind of always WanNa talk a little bit about the Supreme Court, but also because it's been really. It's been a real roller coaster ride for the last. Year or so everybody went in thinking that the liberals would get just pommelled and that America's social progress would get set back fifty years, and in some ways you not. Everything has been a win for sure I. Don't WanNa pretend that everything has been a win. There have been some surprising wins like last week on the day. That show came out the supreme. Supreme Court ruled that the trump's attempt to extinguish. DACA was unconstitutional. He didn't do it the right way so Daca. Lives we had neil gorsuch coming through and saying that the Civil Rights Act title seven covers the rights of lgbtq Americans when it comes to employment. Yep, but we still have one that's Kinda hanging over us like the sword of Damocles. And that is a. that's an abortion case out of Louisiana. Alyssa. What do you think is going to happen with the case? It might come down tomorrow. It might come down next week because the supreme, court loves to wait and save the big cases for the end. What do you think's GonNa Happen? Erin. I'd be lying if I said I knew if I even had an inkling that I think that Neil, gorsuch was going to SORTA. Come through or that. John Roberts we don't know like I. Guess My problem is I. Don't have the brain of a supreme. Court justice and I could never be one. Which is why I didn't go to law school. Because what's the point if you can't ultimately be a? Supreme Court Justice One day, but it's like I. Worry I worry that they've done these things sort of I think by following the letter of the laws they they believe it should be interpreted and I'm like. ARE THEY GONNA? Be like well and buy them. I mean the republic. We know how old Brett's GonNa. Go breads just he doesn't even need to show up for the for the hearing I mean he can just put that Shit on mute and play brick. But the others you're like, are they just? Are they going to be like? Wow, if we. If we are. Are we really going to Piss? Trump off like it's GonNa fire US court justice. If we don't if we don't give do him a solid here and set women's rights back thirty years. So I, don't I? Don't know I know what's going to happen. Yeah I. Mean I try not to get excited because you know one hand. There's no words no way to get excited, but there's also being in a state of having my loins just constantly go ahead. Is a little exhausting I really want to. I. Really Want to live in a world were John Roberts can. Be The deciding vote and in and write an opinion. He admonishes the Fifth Circuit Court for even trying to step to him right by deliberately directly confronting Supreme Court ruling from two thousand sixteen. But in two thousand, Sixteen Roberts was on the side of keeping the trap block question in place. I. Don't know what's going to happen and I'M Just I just get it over with I. Just wanted to know I. Just want to tell us. It's suspense we don't need. Yeah Yeah I just WanNa read Sonia Sotomayor's either concurring opinion or fiery descent. She has been really writing some interesting stuff this term. And I just really want to know you know. We have. We've affirmed the LGBTQ people are people. With amazing Yes docker recipients, also people I'm really excited to learn if women are also people less negative crazy. I know get crazy.

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THERE IS A SOLUTION

Big Book Podcast

05:13 min | Last month

THERE IS A SOLUTION

"Welcome back my friends to the big book podcast. My name is Howard. And I'm an alcoholic sober since January nineteen eighty eight one day at a time. In this the Thirty Eighth Episode Chapter Two there is a solution from the second edition of alcoholics anonymous originally published in nineteen fifty, five. There were only a handful of edits to this chapter from the first edition, but one of them is most significant as it referred to a celebrated physician who treated the American businessman Roland H. The second edition named that Docker as the world famous psychoanalyst Dr Carl Young. WHO PRESCRIBED FOR ROLAND? In Zurich, in the Early Nineteen Thirties? As recounted on page twenty, six of the second edition Dr Young told Roland H that his alcoholism was incurable by psychoanalysis, and that the only thing that might help was a spiritual experience. That suggestion along with membership in the Oxford Group lifted rowlands compulsion to drink, and later helped him bring abby t to sobriety. EBI INTERN HELP SOBER UP. Bill Wilson Co founder of a in a nineteen sixty one letter of gratitude to Dr Young Bill acknowledged that Rowland's conversation with Dr Young was the first link in the chain of events that led to the founding of alcoholics anonymous. And Now? From the second edition of the book chapter, Two, there is a solution. We of alcoholics anonymous, no thousands of men and women who were once just as hopeless as bill. Nearly all have recovered. They have solved the drink problem. We are average Americans. All sections of this country and many of its occupations are represented as well as many political, economic, social and religious backgrounds. We are. Who Normally would not mix? But there exists among us a fellowship, a friendliness and an understanding, which is indescribably wonderful. We are like the passengers of a great line. Her the moment after rescued from shipwreck, when Camaraderie Joyous nece and democracy pervade the vessel from steerage to captain's table, unlike the feelings of the ship's passengers, however, our joy in escape from disaster does not subside as we go our individual ways. But feeling of having shared in a common peril is one element in the powerful cement which binds us. But that in itself would never have held us together as we are now joined. The tremendous fact for every one of us is that we discovered a common solution. We have a way out on which we can absolutely agree, and upon which we can join in brotherly and harmonious action. This is the great news. This book carries to those who suffer alcoholism. And illness of this sort, and we have come to believe it. An illness involves those about us in a way, no other human sickness can. If a person has cancer. All are sorry for him, and no one is angry or hurt. But not so with the alcoholic illness for with it there goes annihilation of all the things worthwhile in life it engulfs all whose lives touched the sufferers. It brings misunderstanding fierce resentment, financial insecurity, disgusted friends and employers warped lives a blameless children, sad wives and parents. Anyone can increase the list. We hope this volume will inform and comfort those who are or who may be affected. They are many. Highly. Competent psychiatrists who have dealt with US found it sometimes impossible to persuade an alcoholic to discuss his situation without reserve, strangely enough wives, parents and intimate friends usually find us even more unapproachable, then do the psychiatrist and the doctor, but the X. problem drinker who has found the solution who is properly armed with facts about himself can generally win the entire competence of another alcoholic in a few hours. Until such an understanding is reached, little or nothing can be accomplished. Until such an understanding is reached, little or nothing can be accomplished. That, the man who is making the approach has had the same difficulty that he obviously knows what he is talking about that. His whole deportment shouts at the new prospect that he is a man with a real answer that he has no attitude of holier than thou nothing, whatever except the sincere desire to be helpful, there are no fees to pay no axes to grind no people to please no lectures to be endured. These are the conditions. We found most effective. After such an approach many take up their beds and walk again.

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freeCodeCamp with Quincy Larson

Software Engineering Daily

04:28 min | Last month

freeCodeCamp with Quincy Larson

"To make as well so let's first just talk about products surface area. Sure so free co camp is really three different core applications. There's the curriculum and. Portfolios? That's one of the pillars. And that is all custom code part. That's when we say the platform nationally what we're talking about we also have. A free co Camp Dot Org Slash News, which is our publication and published several articles today they're often in-depth explanatory journalism about technology. Then we have the free forum, and that's the third pillar of Free Co camp now. All three of those run on separate servers, the free cocaine forum is powered by discourse, which is a really cool self hosted open source form tool created by the founder of flow. Jeff Atwood in his. And that's very well maintained, and you can get your own discourse running really easily if you want to. You can just deploy to the cloud, and it'll live on its own server in docker container, and there you go. Same thing with free. Co Camp Dot org slash news that is running on ghost, which is another self hosted open source project that just released version three of their tool, and it's like wordpress, but it doesn't have a lot of the baggage that comes with wordpress. wordpress is excellent. But it does have some vulnerabilities in it does have. A very complicated plugin system in wordpress is trying to do a lot of things whereas ghost is just trying to be. A publication tool. So we have maybe. Seven thousand articles on. Free Co powder slash news at this point and we have. Hundreds of thousands of posts on free cochem dot org slash. So those are those who now if you want, I can drill into what powers the frequent camp platform the core curriculum. Please do yeah, so we are running. React on the front end. We're running known. As the back end were running a tool called loop. which is. An API tool. It essentially turns your rap into an API where all the routes. Can, confess chase on as well they shemale. It's something that's already baked into tools like ruby on rails like with ron rails. You take any euro. You could just put dot Jason at the end of it and get a Jason Representation of that of the data in that route so. Does a lot of that stuff. We ease Mogadishu for database and we have managed cluster. On 'em lab and we're working on moving that over to Mugabe's new atlas tool. Atlas. 'EM! Lab was acquired by Manga to be recently, so they're kind of sunsetting 'em lab. I think so. We're in the process of moving everything over. To have a big sharded system because we have a lot of data. We've got millions of records, and each of those records has these of challenge completions. And a whole lot of other data that they've added to their portfolio and the portfolios themselves were working on growing them, and making them a lot richer in terms of just having a lot more data like you can submit a whole different projects you've built from. Outside of the Free Co curriculum as well if you built your own. Jobs script game for example you could submit that and turn that into a kind of like a Lincoln light four developers, so we're working on that the platform itself in terms of the curriculum. Is. A gatsby APP and you hit that. Euro Free Co Camp Dot org slash learn and the entire curriculum loads. And it stays in your browser. It. Of Challenges, and then when you complete challenges, it will post those to the server, and if you disconnect from the server for some reason, you can keep completing challenges than when you reconnected a push that back up to free Co camp servers, so we're very close to having be fully offline. Functional APP like a progressive

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Managing Research Needs Using Kubernetes with Bob Killen

This Week in Machine Learning & AI

11:34 min | 6 months ago

Managing Research Needs Using Kubernetes with Bob Killen

"I am here at q Kahn in San Diego. And I'm with Bob Dylan. Bob Is a research cloud administrator at the university. -versity of Michigan Bob. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thank you awesome so We met yesterday you were on the AM L. Media and analysts panel talking a little bit about your experiences using communities to support the researchers there At the University of Michigan Gin. And you're also one of the other rose plsy are co chair of the CNC FS research User Group So really interested in hearing a little bit about your experiences with. Sounds like you work with Kuban. Eddie's kind of to support a broad portfolio of applications not just MLA. I we run a wide variety of applications of both animal focused like keep blow but we have a whole slew of other supporting services that are researchers Consume Joey on in our larger. HPC Cluster. Tell us a little bit about your background. How did you get started working with communities? I moved over to artistes Microbe advanced research competing technology services about three years ago but before that I worked for the University of Michigan Hospital and in Twenty fifteen we we started going down the container out for a lot of our clinical workflows. This is sort of before docker was a thing So we are predominantly like Alexi containers. And we're first looking at communities to orchestrate that but raise wasn't mature enough of the time and we went For us from there we Dan Shift back and forth and also start supporting our research workload serve alongside our clinical workflows on there. They sort of saw you know some of the benefits of containerization and this WanNa take advantage of the broader service that we were offering From there I was hired by artists to sort of build out the same something but be completely. Research focused as well as like managing of virtualization system and communities has really exploded when it comes to the the broader management adoption of containers and We have things like that. Keep sputtering in super hub that just integrates directly with it in from. There's just inside the cube. spiner cube sponsor sponsor in reporter wanting to hub at. It can spend a notebook as a container itself itself. Can you maybe talk a little bit about the various use cases that you're supporting what researchers doing. Oh man it's a a pretty broad stroke spectrum on top of reneges. We support a bunch of social science stuff. Various databases that are consumed By in other applications and people running workloads in our large H. B. C. Cluster And we do support We have a significantly large a jupiter environment a lot for classes and other researchers that are spinning stuff up bioinformatics physics Think those are most most of the big ones okay. And so is the primary user experience among your researchers the Jupiter notebook and the ability to spun off containers from the notebook amendment. Yup over time. We've seen a gradual shift of people you know sort of moving away from the classic. HPC to style system. Where you would log into a sage along node? And you'd run your system you something up and running off now. They're sort of an expectation for art to have the Jupiter Notebook or have some other sort of science gateway for the user to consume. It's it's a lot friendlier than than having to dig in and right like a bash script it to automate some of the suffer you one of the things that's different between the classical. HPCC scale up systems and the more distributed environments that We see now and that are common With Kuban. Eddie's is that in order to take advantage of I've these distributed environments the users in your case researchers have to know about them and kind of know how to to to use them in a lot of cases right there you know code Oh to take advantage of distributed computing. Are you researchers doing that or are you. Are there things that you've put in place that provide abstractions so that they don't have to Think about that We do have some abstractions and play that Make it much easier argo workflows and things of that. Nature have simplify things greatly for people then of course empower users. That you know will will just want to dive in and do everything themselves. But in general we have a pretty good suite of tools and libraries to make it easy for them. The social scientists isn't kind of the target user for a cube flow yet they're using communities Q.. Flow in your case. It sounds like the ARGO. WORKFLOWS you know our lot. You didn't say that necessarily the social scientists Mantis were using the ARGO workflows in Q.. Flow but I'm I'm curious to hear a little bit about how cube flow in particular is used in this environment. Cute flow it. So we don't have any social science people using cube flow The cute flow stuff is mostly by a small subset of people. And Right. Now it's a more experimentation stage But the the aspects of it released sort of make a special like the model life cycle of things Significantly easier for people and we we sort of see much. More people shifting. Adopting it going forward maybe talk a little bit about that user experience. What do they have to do to get their apps up running into keep environment? They don't have to do too much they can do. Most of it from the Jupiter notebooks that Cupola spins up in manages for them and then there is I forget the the Argo are the flow Cli tool but that allows them to create some workflows pretty easy to. There's there's some other things being built that allows allows for better like designing and building better pipelines in More consumable workflows. Maybe talking generally. What from the your participation the patient in this panel? I got the impression that you're pretty excited about Kuban as as a platform generally for these types of research workloads. Maybe talk a little. What about you know why you're excited about it? Sure communities provides a lot of like proper abstractions for just managing a variety Heidi of workloads and those things that it cannot handle it offers the extension points to easily extend and augment so like grenades it self does not have any capability of running a like standard. MPI job or a gang scheduled job but because the extension points are there. It's easy enough to who sort of your own schedule or to handle that. And it's just like a little. You know one variable change than us that scheduler to spin up and manage that workload and and by using carbonates itself and the extension mechanism. You gain the accessibility of using everything else. That's being developed on top of whereas in the past you know again going back to the classic. HP system there wasn't any of these other this other tooling API's really do any of this stuff. So now we can get. You can do a lot more such as like eventing and triggering different workflows off. Different things happening within the system We're definitely seeing them. A much more broader adoption of things like data streaming an link in this stuff. You can really do well on a classic. HP system but it it works in fits quite well on top of communities and you can integrate it with a whole slew of other things that are being built on top of it. Are you supporting putting users. That are doing things like building out their own schedulers or are these things at the broader community is doing and they can just kind of take off the shelf and take advantage of right now. The it's mostly from the broader community and our users can then take that off the shelf cute flow itself has a NPR operator built into it. So that makes it easier for their the people consuming Q.. Flow to spin up in. MPI Job And then there's other things like a volcano which are trying to offer much more of the classic a batch computing things that we'd find. HPC for communities directly. Joe Down a little bit deeper into that. What is volcanoes? Specific volcano is a Open source project that is trying to be sort of the classic PC scheduler and workload managers thinking like slim but built for Kuban Eddie's so it is offering things like a fair share cues backfill as well as offering things like you know being able to support gang the jobs and things of that dream So the idea there Being that as a A research cloud administrator. You've got some pool of resources. You've got some pool of people that want to take advantage of these resources. How do you Fairly are consistently give them access to the resources and so oh my fair share of being one idea there gang scheduling is more. Like I've got these five things that need to go at the same time. Exactly how do I ensure that they're happening in concert with one another and then like if a worker happens to die you don't want to necessarily kill the entire job whereas you know if so the controller dies you want to then you know kill and Req- a Q. The entire job for us in for Sort of the larger sites that are still primarily a on prem focused on like bare metal you know we have a finite finite amount of resources. We aren't necessarily bursting up to the cloud So being able to backfill and set priorities on things is very useful for us as well as you know cues For us is like we want to backfill with jobs from students. They might be able to run those for for free but if we have a researcher that's doing something when we want to have those take priority sort of bump off those lower party jobs we think about in the context of machine learning Some of these. He's jobs Like network training deep learning Training they can take many days or weeks But that's not a new thing in the context of HVAC are the workloads that you're tending to support also kind of these long running Jobs but but not necessarily deep learning training we have we support again being a That handles researcher needs for the entire university. We have a little bit of everything and most of our jobs would probably fit into that category Where they might take a week to complete Or something of that nature I think are Maxwell time is twenty one days and what can you say what that is. I don't remember off the top of my head But we've had several that are dislike cranking through you know terabytes and terabytes of data And if they have something that just hits the wall time you know. It's it's unfortunate for the Kill it off. Also the this maxwell time isn't the biggest job that you've seen the limit that you yes yes all right the thing that runs logging in that we're going to give him the Nice Nice warm. Not Nice

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Building Great Teams and Obsessing Over the Customer Experience with Scott Becker, Founder and Publisher at Becker's Healthcare

Outcomes Rocket

09:04 min | 6 months ago

Building Great Teams and Obsessing Over the Customer Experience with Scott Becker, Founder and Publisher at Becker's Healthcare

"I have the privilege of hosting Scott Becker for the second time I had him on the podcast about three years ago we. We talked a lot about leadership and a lot of the trends in healthcare. Lots has changed in the last three years so excited to have Scott back on in in. What's close to five hundred episode So we've had many conversations if you don't remember Scott is the partner at McGuire Woods Alpi and also publisher at Bekker's healthcare Scott previously served on the McGuire Woods Boorda partners and served for nearly fifteen years as chairman airman of the national healthcare the apartment. He really the the firm has one of the best regarded healthcare practices in the world and Scott got has played a major role there. He's also the founder and publisher of bekker's healthcare and Becker's hospital review and it's related events and publications he remains remains. The publisher and chief content officer of Bekker's healthcare Yasser produces the BEKKER's C. Suite report and related media which is all focused done business outside of healthcare a graduate of Harvard law school and also Author of four books in a CPA. I don't know how he does it all but he does it. He's one of the best thought leaders in healthcare in my opinion and Excited to join him in a conversation once again. So take a listen to this. Awesome interview. you're gonNA enjoy the thoughts that that he has to share and the fun that we have during our conversation and with that introduction. I WanNa give you who a warm welcome Scott. Thanks so much for joining me again. Well thank you so much for having me always a pleasure to visit with you. Thank you sir. So Scott. You're doing on. I really cool things and and before we get into the meat and bones of today's interview is I do WanNa Park at the work you've been doing with your podcast uncast. Can you share a little bit more about it and why you guys started. There was sure so the core that we do. At bekker's healthcare has two parts of it. Our digital media efforts in our big conferences and events around three or four core core sectors and healthcare hospital systems health. It surgeries others is by so to get your of course podcasts. The podcasts are sort of a fascinating to me. It on. They're more sort of a as you know a magnificent way to just visit with interesting people people in a format you might not otherwise get to visit with them in and so yes people listen to them but the great pleasure for me is getting talk up to a whole range of leaders and people in all aspects of life. I mean yesterday at a podcast with a woman physician who's Muslim background. Speaking about being a Muslim docker America two weeks ago I spoke with Jean Woods. The CEO of Atrium health also former chair of the HA and one of the great growing systems. Those are the country. Here's get a chance to visit with magnificent group at different people and twelve chance to visit with interesting people. I tend to enjoy people. So that's that's what I love most about the podcasting and then people listening to them. It's more of a kind activity tool and a way to visit with people and if people visit in the conversations or anything else I think it's great and you're so right about that right. I mean the the ability to connect with others. That are doing great things a while. Back AGO folks ahead Scott on the podcast. He was At the very beginning actually and for those that have been listening for quite some time. You know that Scott was is one of the key people that inspired me to do my podcast so awesome to see him doing his his podcast. Now it is a great way to visit with others. And if you haven't but listen to that first episode with Scott It's episode number five. You GotTa Outcomes Rocket Dot Health type and Scott Becker. You'll you'll see where we focused on being patient centric and building outstanding teams which is something that Scott does so well and and and Scott. What's inspiring your work today? I I would say really two things inspire what I see. One is with all the talk about healthcare which you are seeing is tremendous advances in some cure for certain diseases. So oncology sort of almost didn't make that much progress for a long time in certain kinds of oncology and now making crazy progress so that inspires me just watching those things inspires me. I don't have anything to do with it. But they inspire me and then the other thing that spires ars me just you know working with magnificent people in visiting with people and hearing their stories and seeing what they're doing it so those are the two things that sort of excite me the great advances out there all all the negative talk in to just talking to people Scott and I've been to to your meetings and there are a lot of. I always connect with so many great people people to your point. You know the speakers and the keynotes are always super entertaining. What would you say makes what Bekker's offers different than what's out there? We're trying to is be queer concise fast moving and try and be very clear about our goal to teach people and entertain and the core of what we do is building everything we do around the core audience the core participants in the sector. So if you're looking at are hostile meetings it's really built around the jets built around three hundred great hostile leaders. It's not built around us. It's built around the core audience. The cord leadership in our we were in four different areas health. It also some surgery centers in spine but dissimilar a similar rasping everything. We're really built around the audience. Not around us and we try and teach entertain in clear concise simple content. And we've got a great team that implemented we've got great editorial team a Great Jenner team great leadership and Business Valentin which you can't do anything without those so it's it's a mix of things that we try and do to make work well and and it's a constantly changing environment but we've got a great team and we try and save very close to the audience really counts. That really. Is the driver behind everything we do. Love it serving bring. Your audience is super important. And it's hard to do in easy to be distracted. Can you share what you do to stay hyper focused on your audience against well. It is a is a great question. We have very very clear goals and directives on how we try and build everything that we do. And how now it's built to be audience centric versus vendor centric. And they're two very different things and we focus. I making sure our team and our audience dance is well taken care of we those things then things seem to work out well and it just a constant clarity of focus on what really counts. And we've got you know we've a few constituents. We have to take care of the audience. First and foremost doing short commercial interest. It makes sense for them and obviously our speakers speakers in our team are the other parts of that sort of stool love it. How about on the law side of things? You're still a practicing partner at at McGuire. Woods anything that you WANNA share to the listeners. That that are thinking about their their Legal Affairs and the things that they do there air. Anyone WANNA share. Yeah no it's. It's a great question so I've struggled to forever in one of them really out of the other. All my work has been in healthcare for thirty years. Now it's started as a law career and then built this media business almost by accident but grew into serious company money due to great leadership of our team. There are editorial team are Jonah deem our our business team just call and everybody else the On the law side ride the biggest congressman I've had is pretty similar built in its practice but to do that and build a practice in healthcare and then insert your center selfless equity. I was able to early on start to build great teams and everything that one dozen life. Today it requires great teams so the thing most of proud of him most excited about at the law firm is a team I built in the number of people there that have become partner in the firm that were under my mentorship. It's our ship is a whole cadre of people that really were part of my team originally and now grown to be leaders in the firm partners in the firm and one of which is now the cheer of our national healthcare practice but just a great group of people from you know give shots to all them you know people like Melissa. Holly Barks Howen Gretchen amber in more and more and And and others that really came up under in with me and Jeff cockrel perspective. Some practice that came along with me now of largely built greater backs may but was just a magnificent experience.

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Sam Selikoff - Building Production-Ready SPAs Fast with Mirage.js

Full Stack Radio

12:00 min | 6 months ago

Sam Selikoff - Building Production-Ready SPAs Fast with Mirage.js

"Think Someone would hear that pitch and it would be easy for them to assume that Mirage is a library that you use when running your tests and that's that's kind of its main job like. Oh Yeah it's like a plug in for just or something you know. It almost feels like it fits in that category but from kind of like learning more about by the project from you over the last couple months where you've been kind of hacking on it I think the real powerful part of it is kind of like the actual front end development workflow in enables rather than like how could or could not be used for testing. So do you mind talking a little bit about like why. It's a useful useful tool even for Bob not even four. But why is it useful to justice. Part of Your Front End Development workflow completely ignoring like the whole writing automated tests side of things. Yeah definitely so it. It did come from testing world but what it is today is different. And like you said it's really the development workflow so it enables which is one of the main value propositions mirage and that is kind of this front and I work flow. Where Team that is working on a fat client APP you know a a an spa or you know even teams that build like native IOS APPs those kinds of APPs have a data layer. They have have these really nice boundaries between kind of the client interactions and the server piece. And so what happens when you're building apps like that is. There's a hard dependency between the front and the back end and with a lot of APPs we've built and the teams we've worked with That you know pendency can be difficult and slow either the front end or back end team down depending on which ones ahead of the other and so what Mirage does is it. lets the front end team team. Basically mock out pretend make a mirage of the back end. That's where the name comes from so they can build out a front end against something that acts like a faithful reproduction of that back end a Pi enough so that lets them build out the entire feature all the different states without needing to rely on that back in team. So I guess can you walk through an example of what it actually looks like to implement a feature using Mirage instead of having to rely I on a real server like what is actual workflow. Look like Yup so it's totally a like a front end development workflow so basically assumes that you are working in a Java script modern javascript environment with a package manager you know using N. p. m. yarn with mpm packages so MPM package. We do have a you. MD build though so you can use use it if you're not using them build tool but it works best with that and Basically when you get to the point in your development let's say you're building react up and you need to fetch a movie a list of your favorite movies at this point in your code. You're going to be making fetch request store. You're going to be using graph. Well you're GonNa do something that's going to query the server for that list of movies this and this is the point at which you basically have to decide like. How are you going to actually get that data? How's the front end? Developer can and get the data into the APP so they can keep developing the UI. And there's a few options that they have they can. Just you know right. Some Jason Data Down Right in their front and Kobe's they can point to an existing Tapio server that and Mirage. Takes this approach that you stay in your code base and you basically import Mirage right in like your bootstrap file L. Whatever's rendering your react up and if you're in development you go ahead and stantione server it starts intercepting all those requests and then you can define find your points based on if you're writing against arrest. Api or graph Q agrofuel API and so in this case you would just say like Oh this dot get to slash movies. I should return these three job script objects and in a way and so The benefit is that you're mocking at that. HTTP layer and so the application code. Oh you right in your react up. is exactly the same even as it will be in production when you're talking to a real HP server so that's kind of like the hard boundary boundary that we were talking about before. God it so one thing that I thought was interesting about Mirage that to me is actually like a pretty pretty exciting selling point even so maybe it doesn't sound like such a huge deal at I. Is I think when someone hears about this they might be might have this assumption in their had had like okay so this is another thing. Where like I start up my actual front end application server on the command line? Right like my N.. P. Am Ron serve for whatever that boots up like my actual spa. And I can click on your web packed of Serbia all that crap. And then in another Terminal Tab tab I'm going to go like N. p. m. run Mirage and that'll boot up like my mirage. Scherer that's running on like another port and then in my spa. I've got awesome environment. Variable that saying what the URL is supposed to be pointing everything to when I'm like making API calls but the way Mirage actually works is is it's all integrated into the same thing. There's no actual concept of like another server. There's not like some other web server running on some other port. It's just you boot up your react up for your view APP or whatever the same way you normally would and it kind of lives in The same process so it doesn't feel like you're like if compare this to like I guess the workflow that I expect people to be taking When they're doing local development a lot of the time they have a copy of the API code base? That's maybe a rails APP happen. They have to go and like pulled on the local version of that and run like rail serve or whatever to serve like the local rails APP and then run like there are dashed out of roxy local. and that's like the normal local development workflow and if you think of Mirage is being something that you have to spin up in a separate terminal tab it doesn't I feel like it's great competition for that necessarily in terms of like the economics of it. I guess in some ways at a superficial level but the fact that it's just literally it's it's just your your front end code base. It's the same serve commander always reading. You're not changing anything in your package. Dot Jason Scripts stuff. It's just literally part of importing 'em or importing hoarding Mirage into your kind of startup scripts or your app the main entry point or whatever And it just kind of all just magically works as part of one thing and for for some reasons something about that just like makes it so much more compelling to me because something about it makes it really feel like you are still just working in the one project. You're not trying to like do multiple things you know what I'm saying absolutely I mean that is one of the reasons. I'm still working on the project to this day because you know I'm a rails developer. That's how I've written all my back ends for my Java scrip- Front ends and even though I'm comfortable with that there's just something about that extra step like you were saying. Oh I forgot to run by database migrations. Oh I need to run bundle install. Oh I need to open up. This thing thing in run rail serve and then make sure my proxy is configured correctly. And then also especially when you're working with someone who's new to development if you have to introduce all of that complexity complexity it makes it way way harder so Despite being comfortable working in backend systems Maraj was always just that much simpler simpler. It was just so much simpler that that all the benefits were worth it For that that little cost but To just be able to run serve. You've and like you said that the bootstrapped processes is super easy writing super fast. Because it's just Java scrip- memory alongside your code is all in the the same single process running in your browser but Even if like the setup to get your proxy environment was a one time thing with like a rails. Api you still need to make changes changes to the API and maybe changed the data on the server. And so even still you are thinking in two different environments. Maybe you're going into rails console or changing the database database data. Were returning some something from Ruby Code but because Mirage runs right alongside your view code in react code You're just Java Java script already like you're already mapping over raise and and doing filters and stuff you can drop to bugger in a mirage handler and hit it right in the tools the same. Oh you would if you were working on rock component and so to me like I have a very low cognitive like threshold for context switching. And I'm I'm just eager to get all unnecessary things out of my brain as fast as possible and so for me that was always one of the benefits of working with Mirage. Is that it was just. It felt like so much less. Think about when I was just focused on the. Ui Yeah Cool. So if you're building a feature with Mirage what is sort of the workflow that I guess it. competes against if that makes sense like To sort of like help set the stage I guess for people people. The sort of be able to relate to the problems that react is trying to solve like. What are you seeing people normally doing when they're trying to build a feature if they don't want to deal with the API or anything and and they just WanNa see like okay? Well I know I'm going to have a list of these things. They need to like. be able to render like what do people normally doing there. And what are some of the kind of pitfalls that people run into that. Make trying to incorporate something like Mirage. Really good idea. Well there's I think there's a few ways you could look at that I is like you're adding a new front end. Only feature meaning the back end already exists for it so maybe you have a more general purpose back in. Maybe it's a graph q all back in with enough flexibility that you you can actually build an entirely new front end feature and query and mutate the data you need to with the existing endpoints and that happens sometimes for sure when you're building apps like this because you're back ends tend to be pretty generic but in that case you can even in that case. Actually it's still true that you might want want to put that. Api Server to different states so even if the API points exist you might want different database states so that you can see what it looks like when they're zero movies or one hundred movies for pagination right things like that. So even let's take spoke very simple case where you're actually not modifying the back end. You still have a stateful back in and so what do existing folks do well like you said that either locally so if you're comfortable enough running your API server locally then you can do that and you know this can be anywhere from running a not a node or a rail server to running a whole docker image or You know to bootstrap this environment that has like a database setup. Maybe maybe it has read a setup and so again this is where really the benefit some raw. Start to shine because the APP doesn't really care what's running back there but if you need to change it all of a sudden you have to understand. Stand all these moving pieces but if you do get that running locally then you can put the database in a different states and you can build your feature and and then maybe you write some tests for it and maybe the test you kind of mock things out. statically just worn off mocks for those requests that the power of the future Other times we've seen people point to the proxy servers they have shared proxy shared staging environments. That people use to to develop features but again like if you're working in a really data driven APP This breaks down pretty quick. Like if you imagine trying to build like budgeting software it'd be very hard to have a single shared staging environment maybe make different accounts with different setups. But again you can see this really breaks down pretty quickly so Again this is where Marash signs shines because you have all these different scenarios defined they live inside burning code base but it's essentially stateless and so each front end developer team can kinda make whatever scenario they need to power all the different states of a new feature local Without worrying about the back end at all.

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"dockers" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

04:14 min | 7 months ago

"dockers" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"For excuse me she said a lovely spot here. We're in early November. I'm going everywhere is rainy and cold in early. November like England uproar my big coat corona and. I'm not going to need it AM I. He Probably Wind Narloch. Even though it's like any environment green you become adjusted to it. So refunding cody now in a nice way. It's automating a NAS whites you get little rainy day. Every so often it gets Chrispin not and it feels noticeable to Kurt on a I post to. I guess you who's always having throat on gets a bit. Toss him while I'm just here in a t shirt I mean this is this is crazy. You'll be off to Australia in a couple of days. You've flying Tell me about your route back home for the winter slash summer. Well the flight itself. It's pretty boring thing you know you fly. We fly a senior policy. You GotTa do a little cheeky sup. Ever every BACELONA Milan sit on the plane for now and then go across to Singapore and Singapore back to Mellon That's the boring pot of it. We got two kids. So that's going to be maybe not so boring. What ages are your children? My son's two and a half and my daughter's six months so yeah that's challenging flight. Los Angeles I'm I'm a expecting. She's going to be good at my son's GONNA be red hot. How do you divide teasers road captain your wife the other road captain inner? Inner actually is funny. When I'm thinking about that my my when my daughter was born she was tough just as a normal newborn and it was Malo is my son when he was who but finding take care of him like? Oh it's like Malo out I'll I'll I'll take Malla for woke. No I'll put him to bid slyke but now it's flipping again is is becoming being really comfortable and my daughter. And now it's a bit like I'll I'll I'll give her a bath you fade. I mean we're just GONNA have to juggle it up and and look across at each other and see us doing it. Tough Guy Art all tagging a bit like Madison hugging your wife in I in while you might be Get fifteen minutes sleep. I sympathize but being an Australian working nine months a year in in Europe. I guess it's an occupational hazard. Then you want to get home. Of course it's funny. Yeah you and I can leave. Yup I really do feel like I can leave hearing in spine or in Europe. I really do love the atmosphere. The law the law solids a breath of fresh air. It's a different take on life than Australia has a bad tight but just brings another element into. It's the family. I really missile. My extended family my mom and dad my sister and my brother and when you get to that point you daren't feel I think after we've aiming for a long time you find you can 'cause you're so you don't think too much he gets settled. You got your family your little family as soon as you have that Diet but you're going home and soon as it draws close say inside a month all of a sudden it can't come quick enough and I've had that feeling the last week. It's like God. These lost dragging on months. Before it didn't matter data. You could have been here all year. Well the stock podcast taking up an hour of your evening. You know you'll you'll be getting on the plane before you know it and of course when you get back to Australia really you can have to adjust to the heat. I guess it'd be pretty warm down there What's kind of typical ozzy? Some for the dockers like an and Christmas of course and then returning to racing in two months in a bit. I guess it is crazy side. The two months. I'll I'll touch on that because Sony someone the other Diane. All's well actually sued opinion. Dora dropping through in always reminiscing on the endorse touch. I was like well. That was just two months ago. So we're GONNA look to everage and he goes united nationals are in two months also also nationals few ages Gar and wealth feels like two seconds ago yet. They're exactly the same time of pot in his point of the so I haven't got my head around rising yet yet and I think that's okay. How long have you been off into your last Reysen off scenes idea rice Was Ten days off. The world's I've been off for about must be about three weeks now. I'm going to have another couple of weeks off. I'm GONNA have a bit of a longer offs as initiate and to down under sunny little bit light of the sheets are you're just talking to my advantage and I'm just understanding as I get.

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The Call Of The Wild!"

The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd

04:36 min | 7 months ago

The Call Of The Wild!"

"Only last. I've talked heroes they. They were racing through time and space hot on the heels of mastermind. Dr Steve who had jumped back to the year eighteen thousand five steeler compass. From the Lewis o'clock expedition. They had also been burdened with the responsibility of taking care of Dr Floyd's smothers pomeranian puppy Mr beauty and decided to bring him along with them. Mr Beaches finally sleeping quietly. Dr Floyd Really. He must be worn out from chewing up your copy of brilliant and scientists monthly digest ships. Says we're coming out of time and space stream now in Missouri. Eighteen O five excellent. Got Your locate Dr Steven Pitcher. Make sure they stay away from Lewis and Clark land. Let's see what that no good Dr Steven it's up to keep. It looks like the fire has died out Lewis and Clark sleeping now. SAAG Chad's to sneak into the camp and sue I but compass Steve Creeps into the camp. Let's turn our attention. DACA FLOYD DR grant and chips for now. Sending their time and space ships gangplank come on got grant quickly and shut the door. Why's that Dr Floyd? We don't want Mr Beaten just makes a mad dash around pass. docker Rose Bushes to get. Ah Gone founder Dr Grant now we have to stop Dr Steve Anything Mr Bearden team. I'm sorry I didn't mean to. I know you just better hope. He doesn't get eaten by a bear. Anything goofing we'd better split up then how chips and I go. Stop Dr Steve. And you'll go find Mr Beardie okay. We'll do let's keep in touch with handy. Communicator ring we have handy communicator. Rings brings of course we do. Here's yours ever mentioned these until now initiative needs it's a well-placed pluckily freight idea. Okay let's go the white white heads off into the direction that Mr beaches was running Dr Grant and chips start. Trucking towards the camp of Louis o'clock we're talk to. Steve is now tiptoeing to supply boxes over there. The one marked navigation. I should must hold the campuses. Yes we'll just grab it and go. ooh This new Dr Floyd inside. Steve Reaches for the box of supplies. Let's see how not avoid. It's very hard for Mr Beardie. Jim Leach EP. Where are you Mr Beauty? Change a nice little cookie for you. Da Vinci's to yellow eyes staring at him from abortion. Oh No don't be grumpy. Wants to take you the teams wrestled with Mr Barrington's. Let's see what progress granite chips chips. Look there's Dr Steve. He's going through those boxes. We've got to stop it a pebble. What are you gonNA use a pedal deadly accuracy? Only befitting a robot chips hurls the pebble directly at the head of the sleeping meriwether Lewis. Oh Hey what hit. Who was looks around? The camp doesn't listen to see a grinning Dr Steve Holding one of their compass. Hey get away from their Clark. We got what we'd rob kids guns. Let's get visits Stephen figure dive into the bushes heading back towards their ship. Have come on. We're almost to the ship. Visit Dr Steven Features Stop Dead in their tracks by growling sound from the bushes in front of them. Does something ahead of us in that Bush. Go see what what it is. I'm not going to go. It could be a bear better. Hope it's a bear because he's GonNa go a lot easier on you than we are. Yes gentleman I I suppose you would like encompass back that would be a good start. Yes well we're here you go. Then Steve Throws the compass high in the back towards Lewis and Clark and if they stare at him and featured jumping in the bushes back toward San look at what a chicken. Let's go lock down the supply Clark head back to their camp. Dr Grant and chips come out of their hiding spot. Animal is still in the bushes. I hope it's not a really It's Mr Puritans come here boy. Boy wouldn't Dr. Steve embarrassed to know he was scared of a Pomeranian puppy. You're right chips. Hello Dr Floyd come in in Dr Steve Well Lewis and Clark did but he got away again. Of course we get Mr Beauty. Kin's gone back to the ship willing bringing down now. WHO's able to get Mr Beardie Chins? But we have Mr Bernie Chin upon returning to their ship grand chips find a tattered unscratched leaning up against a large. Wouldn't cry when Mr Brady Tennessee. Star Floyd hops out of Dr Grants hands and runs over to him looking space halo mystery beardie tea. Dr Floyd Mr Bearden Chins was with us the whole time I could him and put him in his screen. He put up a heck of a fight for such a little guy. Just then whatever is in the scranton besides loosening the nails holding the crate together. Dr Floyd. I don't think you've come Mr Barry. I think you've got something else. He's getting out as our heroes dive aboard the ship. The great and ask the ramp is closing the outline of a huge gray wolf unsettling dust our heroes wasted time and firing up the ship's engines than jumping back in the mainstream. Dr Steven Rayle their next. We'll be able to figure out. How long will they have to police it? Mr Mayor de Gen- find out next week on the radio mentors abductor.

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Python packaging landscape in 2020

Talk Python To Me

05:32 min | 7 months ago

Python packaging landscape in 2020

"Chris. Welcome back to talk by thirty. He thinks how's it going. It's been a while it has been awhile how it has been since the summer of two thousand eighteen so not quite two years. But it's definitely been awhile since you were on previously. You're on to talk about. Continuous integration. Continuous delivery rate with Python. And you know that was a really popular episode. Actually I thought the topic would be popular but you came across with all all these little tools and techniques that people just love and so yeah I was really great and I will probably learn more about cool tools and techniques this time around to. Yeah sure it was a a good episodes to kind of get everything up together in a nice little summary Feral so yeah anybody. That's interested is a good one. So let's maybe fill people blend on what you been up to lately day to day. Sure if you are on the software development side but it sounds like you're on the testing and like process making sure stuff works works for the folks around you that they don't build bad software as well so when we recorded that last episode. Yeah I was mostly doing development side but I was in a small all team so I was tied into everything. Qa builds and everything. But since. Then I've transitioned to a different organization and I mostly doing Qa now 's okay tooling which is still involves build stuff but not really developing a product more developing tools to help test and release code. That's cool so you're basically basically in the developer tool space but for internally for your company not like Jimmy rains or the microphone. Like that right right and I've done that in my career. You're a lot actually like it because they can walk over and talk to my customers and tell them that you like this and they're like no it's not okay so fix it. That is super super cool. Feeling I've worked thin small offices where basically the users of the software they were a few offices or little space down and it was like all right what we need for the next week. Is this come back three or four days later. This is what I built. I know you ask for this but I think this part can be automated to. Where do you think about like either like Oh? That's amazing using her. Now what were you doing. Of course you can't do that and so on. It's that quick feedback loop is pretty cool. Yeah it just helps you. Produce something productive for people that will help their productivity. Yeah cool so well that sounds really fun and also related a little bit to what we're going to be talking about now. Yes yes so. I WANNA start really high level with our conversation. 'cause ideas we're going to dig into some of the options for for packaging python applications and I think before we even dig into the details of how we do that. Some of the cool tools out there honestly. I think we have to define what the heck that means. And it's not because we just need to be precise but I think to different people have vastly vastly different expectations and needs some tools. Completely solve that and if your your desire is different it's completely broken like imagine. I want to get my web web APP onto a server to run consistently maybe docker and coober. Netease is the perfect answer. If I have a accounting in application I want to give to accountants running a coup Bernice cluster is not the right answer right like these are really really different. So maybe what are some of the definitions of of what packaging might mean for different people. What's the spectrum out there right so even in the ORG? I'm in right now. We actually have this problem because we have a wide range of tools right so if you're building a bunch of services with sap is to help you deliver something to that's remote or let's call cloud like two people rate that might like you said that's something you might WanNa package as a docker container as as a service running an on a server which is a different deliverable. Then Dan say a double click. This icon here desktop application. That you'd want to deliver if you're one wanting to say create a log viewer. Refer somebody to help them. Process that information right and is completely different from some utility where you just want to provide a quick library or or other people to write more code using your library and all that you'd WanNa deliverable for all of that would be different in and something that makes more sense to the user in the environment that they're in different environments Yup absolutely like. I suspect you're kind of on the border at at work right because because you are working with developers so it's it's probably reasonable to say well there's arrest in point or there is a command line tool you type in the a command line and magic happens so the rest endpoint easy rate. So there's there's this gooey uses some rest. Api and you can track your execution of your tests. For example you can see how things are going. But when you're talking about the actual test you wrote the needs a library for you to access the infrastructure and a bunch of services in that infrastructure that might relate to just stuff. You need an requesting resources for testing or using other integrating with other tooling. That will help you with that rate which is then completely different from some utility. That'll tell me. Give me the list of all the all Mike compute that I have available to run tests on right. Yeah and then that utility needs to run and every developer's machine and then how you distribute that starts getting complicated.

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The Best Linux Distributions

Programming Throwdown

03:19 min | 7 months ago

The Best Linux Distributions

"See. There's some question in which I think is pretty easy. We can answer very quickly is if someone's trying to get started using Lennox in one is to pick a lennox distribution they're looking for recommendations but I'll also say what are you currently use all right so recommendations for links destroys than what we currently. I'm so I'm currently running Ubuntu on on On my computers at home but at work we use FIDORA. And I think actually you can use a bunch of you at work but And we have this thing called chef and chef goes in automatically sets up. A bunch of things distributes software. It's like a workflow manager richer for it and our chef is designed for Fidora. So so I'm running Fidora at work done to you at home And that's that's what I'm that's what I'm running as far as like which destroyed recommend I have you know. Tried all almost all of them are a lot of them at various points in time I think you know Jen to is fun but it's it's good if you're learning but I wouldn't use that as a production system just requires too much maintenance I'm I'm a big fan of abundance. Which is is pretty clean it kind of gets the job done it's built on? WGN's it's pretty stable. What about you so I've mostly also used to and I'm not nerdy about Lennick so for me? I most distributions that are fairly popular uncle again until Mostly the popular ones. Because they're easiest to find help for if you stay aside from any of the more esoteric ones you really WanNa get into For the most they're kind of equivalent. I try not to over embellish my systems so that I can move easily between them so I mostly use mostly because easiest to find answers out doc for I I know there's a number of interesting developments related to Lennox distributions which are better containerization In progress that's been seen. Gene is part of that. I think that's pretty interesting via I. Don't have a lot of experience outside of I guess I'd use WN stuff before an announcement into So I don't don't have if you're never used it before. I don't know what would be like a good. I like installing on something and try it I always recommend people put in in a VM. And just use it and then you can use it from within. Whatever you're using windows or MAC or if you're on I guess a OSX computer or MAC OS computer? You can pretty much. It's not technically Lennox but you can pretty much treat it like it is and learn a lot of it. Yup Yup also so like dockers awesome and vagrant is also. Both of those are Super Super Lightweight ways to get a lennox it systems could run docker and just do things like docker run Ubuntu Coal and latest and just that one line we'll we'll give you a a bash. Prompt New Bundu. And you can run that regardless of whatever unless you're in and if you like delete the entire hard drive or something it's fine because this is just a docker image. Yeah but that's not graphical. So you're really going to have to get your hands dirty

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AS A Developer IN The Health Industry

Ruby on Rails Podcast

09:16 min | 10 months ago

AS A Developer IN The Health Industry

"Work now for our hero health and I asked my boss for kind of a one liner because you know there's my you know developer view of what we did you but it's always kind of fun to hear not not the company you know thing but it's an it's a company out of Oxford that is working on the massacre orange of solving out consumers search for finding book private health and Wellness Services New K. whether that's your your gp your doctor visits L. Therapists dentists or Yoga Teachers so that the number one primary focus right now has been becoming the solution for payment providing and booking and scheduling and also a longer term wants to solve is ours accessing all sorts of care so right now a lot of times we'll be focusing on the provider side engaging lion reaction for them but as we get more and more user there's using our system to manage payment processing in bookings patients also patients have an easy way to get 'em right so you're not having to do the old school thing which is very common in the UK calling on the phone Going in saying when you can get appointment and is also an interesting problem space in the NHL is quite prolific here which is the the UK has national healthcare system and so most people would go for that so this would be for customer is that his is going private in these areas whereas in the US like almost everything's private and if you have the governments reimburse are like Medicare Medicaid and just going from that which I I I'm sure the team will be listening to this probably could have put our solution better but goodness for for our perspective Brittany moving code bases is wild and I just love to put out I'll I'll answer Niane by I think this is a really interesting question of what do you look for when you got into a new kobes right 'cause there's there's the team aspect which Nope I have a one liner for you later like when if you look at New Kobes foul specific places you look for 'cause I look in the route star be like the gem file because it's just where do you start right on lutely I tend to look at the the read me first to see anything there GOSH I think the gem file is so telling especially you know I wanna know what version of rails it's on what dependencies are there are they using any dependencies that were deprecated in twenty one all of you know those kinds of things but also find the vendor directory super interesting because that's where you find people have four gems and are storing it in net directory and I'd like to know the story as to why that's going on that's a really oh my gosh I wouldn't have even thought of that this huge Gotcha and then and then even when you do like I think that's a really quick route to find the things that you don't know that are like done things they're asking anybody network done for example this isn't the case but I say I only ever did Cancun cannon they use pundit or while I don't know how much I could talk about the actual text I think I'd be okay to say I've never interacted with docker professionally in my life and this is a docker situation so so that's been quite interesting because I have a lot of friends who are big advocate summit some say have opinions when the other got Italian acid learning experience and one I'm still doing it's kind of like just day one what commands do I need to run to make this run you know and then it I'll be confident at some point so for the doctor situation are you doing that in production or is it your development environment as well as the whole kit and caboodle I didn't know that initially so I was trying to fire things up you know on my machine you know in I'll tell you what some of the things using it on a machine that I have to get better about so I'm used to being able to like I don't know how I'd run bundle open from within a container her or like I said just bundled into my machine separately and then run on open or I don't know how I would another good when you're when you're running copy locally and you have your feature test and it's not headless you can watch your specs running right in a browser so that when it fails I actually see oh it didn't it didn't see that modal there I don't have to manually grab a screen shot and look at it or something the you know these are just flows got used to in my little nested world for four years that I have to kind of improve upon but we know assigned a couple months and now it's a drink from the fire hose absolutely love it and I'm not GonNa go on for the whole episode but there's one other point I'd like to bring a Brittany that we I think would be close to your heart this team is amazing they have hired we have a semi distributed team but the Oxford office we have developers have been sourced locally from camps that have I don't know you know just come up like you and I have so I'm trying to say here to simply put the they all have this traditional doctrines CS background and it's in the Owners Gus has been very adamant about wanting to take people who may start out on junior and and mentor them and bring them up so it's been such a treat to come into an office where people who some of them maybe within their first year of professional coating and oh my gosh they're so excited in bright and smart and just sucking up everything I don't I don't even feel like there's a difference but then once you know once in a while they'll say something I won't outside Sunday won't know but it's just so fun to be able to work with these folks because is asphalt smaller team before so it's just a longer term really excited to be part of a team that wants to be taking bill from the junior and in putting to the senior because as I'm sure you are aware of as well getting from that never worked a programming job in your life to get I guess so angel and I love being part of getting people over that Hump so absolutely and you're right it is close to my heart as I've mentioned on the podcast before currently have a friend who's going through a bootcamp locally and it's been a good five or six years since I've gone through that experience watching it from her side especially since Buchen I became a local in ever since I graduated and just seeing what her experience would be as junior developer and it's tough because she on Monday how to a recruiter reach out to her and say hey I have this front end web development opportunity are you interested and she was really excited she was jumping up and down but she realized that she only has a couple of weeks into javascript in this job is going to be very heavily Java script and so being able to decode whether or not she is ready for such job is just it's a very difficult when you don't have immediate mentor who can help you absolutely and you know just being able to get that I had to go it mostly on my own right and so if I if there's anything that I can give us like oh my gosh suffered with this for two years before I knew about a simple thing and pass it on give it it'd be great because most all of us have had to just Oh man don't give you start on the imposter syndrome right you just have to go in and get one person to say yes to you when you feel out of your depth and just flounders long as you can and tell you like Oh wait I know that thing to let them so under the tough part too is there's just so much to know and having someone to help you and guide you on what things you should know really well and to be able to know what makes you happy is important that's why I love it when conferences have a scholars program where newer developers can enroll into the program and then they have a guides set developers in the community that can help bring those people around the specific talks in the workshops that are relevant to them absolutely you see those kinds of things is community members on twitter anything we should make a little more effort to help flag it up and and reinforce it has even at a conference you can get to the friends but if you're on your own and you struggle in social situations it's hard I mean is like 'cause I met you at a conference but as a speaker basically you know you get in with all the speakers you see everybody is the smart conference so you're very lucky as well but some of the imagine rails conference which is amazing I've never been mm-hmm but I bet it once you get to that size you can kinda get Austin shuffle

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UniFi brings together all of your managed networks

Home Gadget Geeks

01:40 min | 1 year ago

UniFi brings together all of your managed networks

"Unify controller. This has been really cool. This is one where everyone knows about if you run unify equipment for your now work for your access points, your routers, it's Ben. Official you don't need it, but it's beneficial to have a controller to view all the dashboard, that controller is what pulls all the, the data polls all the metrics from your network, and it kind of dumps into the controller and gives you that access to see the data to control it to make changes to your network. So I actually host my unify controller in a Docker container on my unread. And the reason I do that. Is it kind of separates it out? I don't 'cause most people may might use a raspberry pi, but this gives it all the horse power, it needs all the storage needs. And then it also makes it really easy with the reverse proxy to use it for my outside people. So I manage a few people's networks who also use unified year and all of their networks ping home to my controller and the benefit to that is I don't need to buy are the client isn't need to buy a raspberry pi or something to run the controller at their place. And I don't need to get a VPN to get access to it. All of their devices ping home to my unify controller here, they're all set up on separate sites and allows me to have one unify. Controller for multiple sites multiple different deployments of of unified year. Orcs really, really well, if you guys are are deploying unify systems at all. I know you probably have and a lot of people you either do or don't do the managed services for them. But if you are going to manage their network service, if you're going to be in charge of making changes and monitoring for errors monitoring for network downtime. Things like that. It's the it's, it's a way to do it because in you'll have to log into one controller and you have access to everything.

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Explainer 167: Why has Trump ramped up his war on the environment?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

06:23 min | 1 year ago

Explainer 167: Why has Trump ramped up his war on the environment?

"As a people, we want and need economic growth. But now we must also expect environmental responsibility and respect the natural world. It was a Republican President, George Bush, senior, and not democrat to help stay through one of the most ambitious pieces of climate change legislation today, eight amending the Clean Air Act in nineteen ninety two limit air pollution, and tackle, everything from urban smoke to acid rain while his son fad less. Well, refusing to ratify the key Oto protocol in two thousand and one and helping tank brand America around the world. George Hw mate, an important point, protecting the environment and advancing big business didn't need to be mutually exclusive when one does, if the current Oakmont of the White House, don't. Out, J Trump has ever listened to that speech. We've seen enough of this stalemate. It's time to clear the air. You know, I think we will indeed since moving into Pennsylvania Avenue in January of two thousand seventeen Trump's administration has mounted a concerted effort to refu- climate change science and loosen regulations in favor of the fossil fuel industry. So how did the forty fifth president of the US become such a champion and chief of the environmental skeptics? And they say as and why as ever with Trump. The answer is complicated and contradictory Trump's musings, own the environment, actually predate his ascendancy to the presidency taking his favorite communications medium Twitter. He regularly lamb bastard. His predecessor Barrack Obama for wasting federal money tackling global climate change and as recently as two thousand fifteen he cooled the whole thing a hoax. All of this with the global warming and that a lot of it's a hoax. It's a hoax. I mean it's a money making industry. Okay. But then, just as we're starting to think with seeing patent Donald Trump before his many about tons of trying to throw us off the scent in two thousand nine for example, he signed an open letter that challenge diploma to come up with a more meaningful climate change policy will recently, his stowed, the importance of clean-air, and who can forget, those clean co comments while allowing measures that will undermine it often his framed, his stones as a business competitively issue right now. We're at the cleanest, we've ever been. That's very important to me. But if went clean, but every other place on earth is dirty. That's not so good. Of course, actions, speak louder than woods and ever since the now shamed and departed fossil fuel politics. Scott Pruitt was installed to lead the Environmental Protection Agency. We knew something was a mess, and no action speaks, louder than the decision to put after the Paris climate agreement. A huge blow even if many of the US's largest companies have found to continue following its rulebook. More recently, the assault on climate change has talked people working in government agencies pressuring staff to avoid using the words climate change in speeches. They have also been moved meant how scientific studies carried out by doing away with worst case scenario projections, and several members of Trump's inner circle are pushing to create a climate change panel. That will challenge environmental assessments, according to a recent New York Times report, the chasm between George H W Bush, and Trump may simply be a reflection of radically different times, the age of political decorum, and bipartisanship Bush, happily mentioned the Democrats in the room in that speech along gone. Meaning a compromise on the environment is unlikely. And then there are the people that Trump has chosen to surround himself with many of them, committed climate change deniers, just listen to this Arctic Council speech by secretary of state, Mike Pompeo earlier this month. Arctic is at the forefront of opportunity and abundance, it houses thirteen percent of the world's undiscovered oil thirty percent of its undiscovered gas and an abundance of uranium rare earth minerals gold diamonds, and millions of square miles of untapped. Resources fisheries glory, dark, money donors, so competent, knee, described by New Yorker journalist, and Monaco, big interview, e Jane man, also doubtlessly have a part to play thanks to the Mercer's and the cokes, deep pockets among others, what was once fringe thinking is now part at the Republican mainstream and that includes the environment. We know that Trump and embrace of science quackery conspiracy theories doesn't have the best grasp of the facts, and whether it's someone who has the presidential ear distorted vision that the US will lose out to China, if it abandoned fossil fuels, despite the as in power moved to dominate the clean energy market, all simply watching too much FOX and friends, the whole climate crisis as they call. It is not only fake news. It's fake science. Remain be sure. But that also doesn't mean that we should doubt for one moment. The convictions of this administration. My administration is putting an end to the war on call for Monaco in New York. I'm as Docker.

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3 Companies Get IAB Certified; Arabic Podcasts on the Rise

podnews

02:44 min | 1 year ago

3 Companies Get IAB Certified; Arabic Podcasts on the Rise

"The latest from pod news dot net. We reported on Friday that aren't nineteen had received ABC certification also awarded ABC certified status is vox nests audience network and the first non US company to gain certification is a stray washco good on. Yeah. Good to know your status will be fed dinkum the national highlights the rise of Arabic podcasts claiming it's a digital revival of a long-term tradition. This is a subject also taken up by the F P focusing on the popularity of podcasts in the Arab world and new podcast recommendation newsletter US politics, the van comes out every Thursday with a non-partisan selection of the best three podcasts. Anti-american docker. I want to introduce you to a new daily podcast from global news. I know this is my job. Thank you in Canada. Global news have announced wait. There's more daily news podcast for the afternoon commute a launches June. The tenth in London in the u. K maple street studios have revealed the lineup for their podcasts. What's the point of vent? It's tomorrow at five thirty we've been trying to understand the rationale behind Google's placement of the podcast play buttons in their search rolled out to desktop and s devices last week as out for pod news now correctly shows play buttons underneath our website. But that's not the case for search for fun kids book club podcast, which despite doing everything technically correct doesn't show any play buttons. Those are attached to its apple podcasts page little further down willing to some more examples, and we'd be grateful for your comments as to why in our mind, if the webpage unambiguously links to the RSS feed and vice versa that should be the signal for Google to put them together. Similarly, if you're a podcast app developer or someone who cares about your show notes would also be curious for your comments about document. We're working on which attempts to explain to podcast app developers. What we want as a bare minimum to display. In show notes. If you are interested updates at pod, news dot net. And we'll send you a link. And thank you to message heard stories, you didn't know you cared about from people. You never thought you'd meet and to Babylon. The French creator of audio consumer brands with an awesome name for becoming our latest supporters. You should be like them pod. News dot net slash support. In our poker section the shortlist a new podcast from the British podcast awards. His highlighting the twenty nine thousand nine nominees. If you're looking for a new good podcast. Listen to is a great starting point and airplane mode. A new podcast from G Q about living, healthier and smarter. Is of course, named after the feature on mobile phones that makes it impossible to download the podcast letting smarter.

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Latest Tech News

The Full Circle Weekly News

02:02 min | 1 year ago

Latest Tech News

"Accounts, the breach was detected on April twenty fifth and I reported to Docker users on April twenty six the Email the breach involved unauthorized access to a single Docker hub database with access to nonfinancial user data. It is recommended change Docker hub account passwords review, get hub activity and re-linked get hub access. Fedora thirty released this version ships with Colonel five Donohoe and gnome three dot thirty to the DNC till it is seeing performance improvements through the compression of meta data deepen and pantheon desktop environments are now officially available. Debbie nine point nine released. This maintenance update includes more than one hundred twenty security updates and bug fixes. Please note that this is not a totally new version of Debbie nine by the time you hear this install isos containing these updates or available. Parrot security, four point six ethical hacking less officially released this version ships with Colonel four dot nineteen updated wireless chipsets and Invidia drivers. There is now better. Support for snap. D And open VPN apt will now use HTTPS by default. And Katie e plasma desktop is now fully supported. Abundance nineteen ten now. Open for development this release features that Ghanouchi compiler version nine and python. Three point seven with three point eight available in the repos and is expected to be default in twenty four the full release of nineteen ten is expected on October seventeenth. Pierre ISM launches chat, Email and social media services with Lieberman. Lebron one currently consists of libra male tunnel, chat and social mail us. Open keychain and open PGP to encrypt Email tunnel uses. Open VPN to provide secure browsing chat uses matrix protocol for communication and social uses activity pub for public communication and sharing. This has been another episode of full circle weekly news for more news and ramblings. Find me

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"dockers" Discussed on The Changelog

The Changelog

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"dockers" Discussed on The Changelog

"And I just never clicked on the link curious. And I like what does it mean? That's all right. I got my money's worth with getting there. It's been okay. And so it is basically ping the Docker hub or just saying Docker service update. I guess right there do dockers update. Dash quiet image rack, image specifies enemies is there's if show of finished changes, which will pull the new image update the service. So you don't Docker having mitch's images times. So we always track latest but latest is just attacked points to shop which is similar to like get shot at points unique commit so the latest high when it's points to new Shah. Van Docker demon knows hang on. There's actually a new image. Even though the tag hasn't changed for the ties pointing to new image like Masa, the mosques, LeBron's which changes as you have you commits the latest tag in dockers exactly the same it points to a place which changes over time. And when we when the CI updates the made to stock for the change, log image. This loop of his Docker service update knows it has to pull the new image down and update service, which uses the image. So during that time period, which is going down the new image in starting the new app container. Do we have to app containers running simultaneously old one? And then the new one. That's right. So how does who answered the phone when somebody calls internally Docker there's an IP which is like a gateway any request..

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Atalanta And Twenty-Seven-Year discussed on KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Atalanta And Twenty-Seven-Year discussed on KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

"Dot com. A man who died while in custody at the immigration detention center in Atalanta wants answers and immigrants rights group says the Twenty-seven-year-old Docker recipient who had been here since he was four or five collapsed on his way to accord here. And then died the group along with the family is holding a news conference led to

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"Dreamer" flight attendant released from ICE after "social media storm"

WRVA Programming

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

"Dreamer" flight attendant released from ICE after "social media storm"

"Are you US airline flight attendant who is also a Docker recipient held by immigration authorities while on the job. She's now out of custody after her story went viral online. The government says doesn't normally hold Docker recipients, but she was held after social media outrage from big names, including Hillary Clinton flight attendants selene survey tra- Roman has been freed from federal detention in Texas. She is a flight attendant for Mesa airlines flying for United. She is a dreamer originally from Peru. She was working a United flight to Mexico, but on her way back we stopped by US customs and border protection. The agency claims she tried to enter the US without valid entry documents. Her family, though, claims her Dhaka's

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"Dreamer" flight attendant released from ICE after "social media storm"

Mark Levin

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

"Dreamer" flight attendant released from ICE after "social media storm"

"A R you as flight attendant and Docker recipient held by immigration police has been released from custody after her story went viral after social media outrage from big names, including Hillary Clinton flight attendants selene survey tra- Roman has been freed from federal detention in Texas. She is a flight attendant for Mesa airlines flying for United. She is a dreamer originally from Peru. She was working a United flight to Mexico, but on her way back we stopped by US customs and border. Protection? The agency claims she tried to enter the US without valid entry documents. Her family, though, claims her Dhaka status is

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"dockers" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"dockers" Discussed on Security Now

"And consequently obtain host root access by leveraging the ability to execute a command as route within one of the Docker containers if a new container with an attacker controlled image is mounted or an existing container to which the attacker previously had write access that can be attached with with Docker exotic. And they write that this occurs because a filed descriptors mishandling relating to forward slash proc forward slash self forward slash XY. So what this creates is a Docker breakout security flaw, which has been discovered in that run see container run time, which allows militias containers with minimal user interaction to overwrite the host see Runtime binary to gain root level code execution on the host machine. So the the the lead can maintain her of run see is a an as a senior software engineer at a su- say Lennox and Germany, and I won't go through his posting. But he he posted the details about the flaw. Law and updates with a seven day window before releasing a proof of concept. They were under pressure to produce produce a proof of concept because many people who were applying the update felt very strongly about the need to verify that the patch had done. What was expected so proof of update was produced a week later, creating a relatively small window before the bad guys would have a running proof of concept that they could use against other Docker instances, which were exposed which brings us to what the what the guys at impervious found which was taking a look at at dockers public exposures on the internet all the big vendors responded immediately Amazon. On runs dockers Google does Docker themselves do. But of course, there there are it. It is something that Unix and Lennox instances are able to run. So of course, there are a gazillion of those out on the internet. And as we started off saying at the top of the podcast nearly four thousand or actually in some in some cases, a little more than four thousand were reachable and were believed to represent exposed Docker instances as I also mentioned earlier it is supposed to only be bound to the local host interface. I can't explain how thousands of these could be exposed publicly, except maybe somebody wanted to to have a Docker instance that would be only on the land and then their firewall. Was Miskin figured. So it got out or, but you you could also bind the the server only to the local network it rather than just the local hosts. But apparently that wasn't done. I guess the problem is it's just a numbers game. If you have enough instances of anything globally, you're gonna find some which are Miskin figured, so we the guys at impervious did a they I did a show Dan search to see what was available then they dug deeper and connected to the IP's that appeared to be advertising Docker to see what version of Docker was running. And they did find thousands of them still vulnerable. Then they dug even deeper and looked inside. They. They found that out of the nearly four thousand IP's that were apparently exposed by the showed and search engine about four hundred of them were still responding as Docker. The presumption is that other bad things may have crawled inside and closed the door behind them. So they were no longer publicly exposed but ten percent of them were still exposed. And they said that on these unpacked Docker servers that had remained accessible they found. Not surprisingly Docker images of crypto miners as well as legitimate services and production environments, so where possible bad guys given four weeks a for two I think it was February eleventh this was I made publicly exposed publicly disclosed so didn't even. Take a month before immediately. Crypto miners were set up on these machines, presumably these I mean, they may well be servers which have some strong hardware. And so there are some hope no doubt in the minds of the bad guys that if you can get a crypto minor mining minero crypto currency on a strong big iron server platform, you stand to make some money so impervious summed it up yesterday in their disclosure..

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"dockers" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

Monday Morning Podcast

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"dockers" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

"But if I lay off at for four days when if I don't eat any sweets for four fucking days when I look at a Donut or a piece of cake, it's like laughable like why the fuck would you eat that look at it yet that that that that that doesn't even look like real food? You know, when you're off when you're fucking when you've kicked sugar when you look at a glazed Donut just sitting there all fucking sweaty. It just it looks horrible. It's like why would you do that? You know, you look at all the frosting on a cake, you make that face like you just sucked on a lemon like Jesus Christ. Enough already fucking cut downstairs just slammed the door being too loud. I don't care. Douchebag. I fuck in love old people. But I hate that mother fucker downstairs, I fucking hate that guy. Hey, he's got that classic old person smell. He doesn't. He has unique smell. You know, what he's he's smells like a like a fuck in. If you lit a wet dog on fire. Okay. If you did that that's what he's smells like fucking miserable. Motherfucker this goddamn dockers the original dockers fucking army navy store shop and douchebag fucking miserable. Giving me the stink every time. I walk up the fucking walk. Can't stand the guy. Fucking hate him. There hate him. I'll give shit right? I di- fucking. You know, I'll argue that one in the afterlife sit right there. You know, you drank it drove yes. I did guilty as charged and treat a lot of women like shit. You're absolutely right guilty as charged and you had you had a poor opinion about the old man downstairs. Well, let me tell you something Jesus you try living above that fuck and count. Go talk to dad he made them. Shut up you fucking hippie. So anyways. So tonight, I am going to I'm going to go watch the best of the of the. Of the four sports the four major sports hockey is the best goddamn sport out there. All right. And I know a lot of you won't realize that because you never played it. You never went to a game. Hence, you don't know what you're talking about. You know, it'd be like me making fun of line dancing. I've never done it. You know, I've never gone out and bought a pair of Wrangler jeans that were fucking eight dollars nine sizes too small for me. So they cupped my fuck and bulls and got out there, and stuck my hands in my pockets. And did this little fuck in that little all my God that fucking line dancing? Can there be a mass suicide amongst line dancers that just fucking happen in the middle of what you're fucking cornball stupid as fucking country music. It's country music is don't even know what it's for. It's for like pod, people this absolutely no soul in it whatsoever. There is at a right. They're angry redneck listening to this punching the dashboard your Chevy s ten right there, isn't it fucking sucks and that line dancing. We sit there with your fucking thumbs in your pocket, and you do that little. I'm actually I'm in Dallas, Texas this week. So let's let's go for big Aaron this one we do that. Then you fucking. I wish I was just was Vaud cast, which I'm not doing by the way to stop fucking asking me, the great thing about this thing is you can listen to it while you're doing other shit..

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"dockers" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

Monday Morning Podcast

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"dockers" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

"And I gotta tell you something this week. I had a breakthrough in my gambling. We pick four games a week. Whoever wins it in the end. It's only one hundred bucks. But it's more just about the shit talk during the year. So this year nobody has gone undefeated yet. All right. So you're talking sixteen weeks gambling thirty two weeks between the two of us. Nobody has gone four. No, we've had a number of three and one's, but nobody has gone four and. And Paul version. Actually did the impossible. What we call the unthinkable. And the unimaginable unimaginable is going for. No, he did the unthinkable. He went oh and four so this week. I don't know what I was talking to one knee is and he was talking about going against public opinion. And there was this whole new website and shit about going against public opinion with your gambling. And I decided to take a little bit of that. All right. Because this is this is what I realized the reason why I could never breakthrough three and one and get to foreign. Oh, his because I kept picking people that I thought were going to win every fucking game. And I know that sounds crazy. But the gamblers it makes sense, you know, when you don't have money on the game. You can actually sit there and fucking, you know. Just say, you know, what not only do. I think this team's going to cover the spread. I think they're gonna win the fucking game. But all of a sudden when you put money on it. Yeah. Alligator Armand, and you just start. You know, you get too scared to take a fuck and chance at least I did. So this week. I was like fuck it. I'm taking a couple of chances here. All right. I went safe at first I picked Tampa over Seattle and that dockers wearing fucking coaching staff with Pete Carroll. I said fuck it. I'm going with Tampa. Now that was one that I was that was my plane. It's safe bet. And I don't know looking at Washington Jacksonville. And I was like, you know. It's in Jacksonville. Jacksonville gonna win. The you know, they're going to win this game. They're gonna get the running game going. They're gonna fuck run over. They got fucking Rex Grossman playing quarterback for Washington. It's fucking over. But I don't know why I got a feeling. I feel fucking Washington's going to win this game. Just because nobody thinks that going to. So I said fuck it. I bet on Washington. You know? And then continuing that line of thought. San Diego was going into Cincinnati. Cincinnati shit the bed the entire fucking year. San Diego always plays. Well in December. There heckle heckle Jekyll fucking what do you call it Jekyll and Hyde fucking team. And I said to hell with that. I don't give a shit. I'm going with Cincinnati. And lo and behold, yours truly with three no yesterday three. You know, Paul version went one and two we had the Sunday night game. But it got fucking snowed out. I one game up on him. I I'm sorry. We're not tied. I'm one game up on him. All right. So I'm with three know yesterday. He went one and two. To matter. What happens tonight? You know, if I lose my game. He he wins his game. I'm going to be up by two games with one week to go. All right. But if I win tonight and go foreign over four, no I will have done. The unimaginable. I'll I'll done it. And who do you think I took tonight? Who would you take the spread is two and a half falcons at home playing the saints who do you like who do you like twelve and two? Is that what is that what the falcons are Mattie ice at home, just given two and a half. It's they're fucking year. I said fuck it. I'm taking the sites that took the saints in the points with drew Brees sticking with that line of thought of going against the playing it safe. I think I don't think the falcons have been tested yet this year. And I just think that, you know, this is just going to be one of those things that happens to a team like this. I still think they might be a year away from doing something huge. And this is one of these games where I just think they're gonna get a wake up call like, okay, we're good. But we we..

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"dockers" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

Monday Morning Podcast

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"dockers" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

"Wow. Now, there's something to do if you're not drinking, and you still want an adrenaline adrenaline rush. You know, you remember that as a kid when he threw a snowball at a car, and you got them real good in the guy slammed on his brakes and fucking pulled over that fucking adrenaline rush as you turned around, and you're snowsuit, and you big stupid boots trying to run a foot of snow that actually comes up to mid thigh because you're so small. That was fun. That was a good fuck time back in the day. That's another reason. Why people always think it snowed? More when you were kids because you a fucking midget walking around the snow though when I was a kid. We've snow would come up to your waist. Yeah. Yeah. Do you four? Five years old shit. You knocked out your front teeth and your dad shoes you a little dumb. Fuck. All right overrated. Coffeehouses guy says I can't stand these places people show up in their scarves, and laptops that are exclusively. Apple may I and park themselves in a booth for three hours, you go in and get a coffee after stump. Stumble through some college kids project than stand in the longest line known to man, all the while listening some mellow hippie with a beard playing his acoustic guitar is it just me or these places stink. I think they think I heard some laughter downstairs I wanna through actually listening to the podcast or the laughing at how unfunny this should is. And then I have one here. Underrated Seahawks fans I got a whole new fucking respect for those people to cheer on that God awful fucking performance. They hung in there right to the fucking. And a lot of them were pissed at the end of the game. When with a minute left. They just took a knee for the last two or three plays. Even though you down by twenty points. Can you go down swinging? I'll tell you that Carol standing up there and his fucking dockers that fuck and that you know, what he's like he's like in the coaches witness protection program. It's kind of like what he did. It's like the shit hit the fan. He's Henry hill. He's the Henry hill, Paul Versi. He's Henry hill. He's do. He's the Henry hill a fucking coaches. Look. It's contagious now. He really is though he got all the glory at USC. And then the second the show he told Sanchez he left to wurley and made all this big fucking speech. And then the second the shit went down and people start talking about Reggie Bush and all this other bullshit. He just fucking skips town. Has even commented on it. Or did he pull that bullshit where they look I'm here to coach Seattle Seahawks. If you have some Seattle Seahawks questions, I'll be happy answer. Those anything else. I'm not answering. That is all in the past. But Bobo to do that bullshit. Son of a bitch. Obi Hopi fucking flames out. And this has nothing to do with Seahawks fans Hobie flames out in Seattle. And then he goes back with his tail between his legs, right? Goes back to the college coaching level. He'll probably get a coach job in the SEC. Right. We all know that the SEC has the best fucking teams. It's got the bets coaching, and it's got the best players. And I don't think that he could fuck and stand up to the fucking SE conference. He was out there in the Pac ten bunch of goddamn pansies out there other than Jim Harbaugh. Fuck you say his name captain comeback there. That fucking guy coach there's a guy who should go to the pros p Carol when you make a good play. He goes. Seeing that like fucking Rick flair. But it's not funny. I remember that does he still do that shit. I remember that back when coach the patriots. It's touchdown. They cut him on the sideline, you know, all the fed fucked offensive coordinators just murdered. Somebody got that. Look a rage on their face at the play work and Pete would be in the middle with his hands straight up in the air just going. Whoo. And I was just like this guy's a pussy..

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"dockers" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"dockers" Discussed on The Starters

"Crossbar. Here's how this works. They champion. Trey Kerby is going to take on the challenger Liles in three rounds of head to head questioned at the end of it all all declare a winner. The crossfire championship belt is on the line, gentlemen, debate hard, but debate clean around one on yesterday. We debated the MVP and rookie favorites at the quarter pole of the NBA season. But what about the coaches who is your coach of the quarter Mark here? I think it's definitely ought to be Doc Rivers from the clippers last year. They were a five hundred team. Nobody really expected them to do much besides challenge for the playoffs. Let alone lead the Western Conference even just twenty games in play hard every single night. They're getting contributions from every player on their roster. And somehow they're number six in offense. With superstars dockers hasn't played to their strengths. This is an easy choice for me. He's a good coach doing cry at Nick nurse inherited a good situation to run into a great situation. The raptors right now the best team in Eastern Conference. The team in the league the reigning coach of the end. It's true. But he hasn't over thought things too much. He's clearly defined roles. Surge and you go into style in June. And he's also done it with Lennon missing six games. I think right now knickknacks and leading this right for coach of the okay spit it out there. All right. I need a doctor round two. It's been a good year. Equalize the nuggets Nikola Yokich has Denver at the third seat in the west and the Magic's Niccolo vuckovich just one player of the week honors so guys which Nikola is most likely more likely to make the all star game. You gotta pick one here. We're coming into the season would've said Yokich, but twenty games in it's actually nickel YouTube. A lot of reasons you'll end magic or overperforming largely ju to this man guy for twenty and eleven game on fifty five percent shooting. And he's also in the Eastern Conference which helps a lot Yokich considering expectations coming this season food a little bit. And also the Ford position the front position the Western Conference, very happy with you. Gotta be yoga me. It's Nikola Yokich. Honestly, they'll probably make it. The key though for nica Yokich is the nuggets have gotten off to a hot start. He hasn't been quite as good as he was at the end of last season still out sixteen and ten with seven assists. That's more than LeBron James. Plus, I think there are actually some spots. Behead cousins not going to be there towns who knows lamarcus Aldridge Jimmy Butler, Paul George. And one of the yoga. Okay. Okay. We're all tied up at one here. Final round fun around three PJ Tucker guys loves pancakes in every city called himself, the Pantene king. But he set off a firestorm this week when he said, quote waffles are fake, they're not the real deal. Oh boy. It's a heated. Delicious debate.

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"dockers" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"dockers" Discussed on KQED Radio

"See, you're right. It was see they left a lot of making huge fan. Are you actually a big def Leppard fan? I am a very big def Leppard fan. Wow. Did you ever do your hair like that? No. I didn't have enough. Okay. That's very good. And very confident. Your next question is many hairband stars have moved onto other careers as in which of these a Bret Michaels of the band poison now sells heavy metal themed Pet Supplies called pets rock. The the numbers of doc and help old rockers find more stable jobs in the seminar. They call from doc into dockers or see John karate of motley Crue is now Donald Trump's secretary of labor. I'm gonna go with again from doc into dockers. Yes knows actually Bret Michaels and his supply brand. Like, you can get like those, you know, those collars. All right. This is exciting though. Because if you get the third one, you'll still win finally some people have profited from hair bands and surprising ways as in which a vis a the manager of the anthrax forever website, thirty eight dollars an address new just from web hits in the week after nine eleven. Be in twenty ten in Arizona man, got five dollars and fifty cents when he successfully sold on EBay an air guitar that had been used at a Bon Jovi concert. In two thousand two connected women selling Jaguar and Craigslist may two thousand dollars over asking just by claiming it was the car Tony contain writhed on top of in that famous whitesnake video. I'm going to say you're gonna go see that the woman sold the Jaguar that Tony contain writhed on. Yes. Even though she was in Connecticut. The era guitar..

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"dockers" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"dockers" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Boat mark levin through march thirteen and throws only select only worse was to with all poor for the first to pass it as dumming fats l under pressure as it grows who can absorb instead plots now taxes early the snap ryan will hold good is blocked by or give their cricket cut that all prepared for bread it's football it's right here this is cottage with on compass media network nelson stepping up three receivers to his left the hospital vans travel well they're making some noise back throwing orbited at eleven for handle said grabs it at the great added they have vowed thoughts about dockers path by appearing handed out the yelled at yelled it has a c smearing recognize the banana peel noted that here friday as well jerry matabane followed trucks now first the gold i'll headboard tie will go on the block 334 left the geared and what that up barricades up first gold of the do hair side duke jackson and they the so much doubt on hut heather hurricane extent believe furry on the quarterback hiebert diving for the end zone touchdown walled off hands it off the road wisconsin gerhardus shot davison lanes in chateau jobs let us he's at the hands to a settlement rules qingdong the which is dead which he'll which the responsive which he takes allotted to alphabet twitter and in real life in college basketball that due to continue to before i do his march to the nca tournament puzanov bobble evil has a twenty three point lead over florida state gordon it's under the second fiddles trick horse trouble beloved goes away from a screen ended of italy's law ban as a stripped away adel spreads dunk work briefed the floor and got at visit paul looks like that out why do you really think knew what those three letters had see her again the cowboys home run out the.

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"dockers" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"dockers" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"The whole idea of being able to load module's up in and execute them it's very cool yet to be able to pipe objects back and forth between scripts is really cool oh yeah it's it's an important power and so that's kind of the what makes docker really cool as you start with that docker file that is configuration as code rainy you specify in really easy to you know it's not english but just a few verbs gets you to the point where you can build out your hardware in a very repeatable way dot you you crafter dr file and then he say dr build that file and it builds an image that then is the binary blob the can ship around in all the places that has all of your content configure just so you know you can build your snowflake in here and so the docker file allows you to build really consistently into those images at that point those images are wonderful because that's where you can share them dr hub is the registry of choice for most people but you can use private registries as well and so you push images up to docker hub or you pull images down from dakar hub and you can start to build on top of those images as well so in a social coating what get have brought to get dr hub has brought to docker this social coating experience of containers and then i fire up that image into a container a run timepiece and now i have that exact same environment that i specified in my doctor file running wherever i'm running my container ripe the nazis where we give you that giving rations codes powers now that same configuration that runs in production can be running the devon barbecue a environment so the whole there's a whole class of failures are errors it just don't occur once you have common infrastructure like that and there's always going to be the oh sorry not that database this database can agree.

"dockers" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"dockers" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Acrimony around to who is going to be the container orchestration system to rule them all because there were so much money to be made by by betting on the right container orchestration system so if you're in the business of helping a telco move on to the winning platform business is going to be really good but if you end up championing the wrong platform it's like you end up with a warehouse full of h d dvds nobody wants to move on to the container orchestration platform that didn't win the time where the conflict was the worst was when i was reporting on this near the end of 2016 there were these rumors about docker potentially forking so that docker the company could change the dockers standard to fit better with their container orchestration system dockers swarm and this was kinda plausible because people were unsure how dr the company gonna make money the of they have a high valuation and that they built this standard for deploying containers which is incredible but people wandering okay how are they going to build this into a really big business um and i think some people are speculating that it was going to be based off of their contain orchestration system docker swarm and so people were thinking or are they going to manipulate the standard to change it so that this standard favors darker swarmed through this or that docker itself favors the specific container orchestration system at least that was how i understood the arguments of people who are criticising docker around this time i would love to be corrected if i'm if i have the history wrong on this but the thing is even in those times when people were arguing about how should we orchestrator containers it made sense to be optimistic because this was incredible we were moving towards the time where p.

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"dockers" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"dockers" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Acrimony around to who is going to be the container orchestration system to rule them all because there were so much money to be made by by betting on the right container orchestration system so if you're in the business of helping a telco move on to the winning platform business is going to be really good but if you end up championing the wrong platform it's like you end up with a warehouse full of h d dvds nobody wants to move on to the container orchestration platform that didn't win the time where the conflict was the worst was when i was reporting on this near the end of 2016 there were these rumors about docker potentially forking so that docker the company could change the dockers standard to fit better with their container orchestration system dockers swarm and this was kinda plausible because people were unsure how dr the company gonna make money the of they have a high valuation and that they built this standard for deploying containers which is incredible but people wandering okay how are they going to build this into a really big business um and i think some people are speculating that it was going to be based off of their contain orchestration system docker swarm and so people were thinking or are they going to manipulate the standard to change it so that this standard favors darker swarmed through this or that docker itself favors the specific container orchestration system at least that was how i understood the arguments of people who are criticising docker around this time i would love to be corrected if i'm if i have the history wrong on this but the thing is even in those times when people were arguing about how should we orchestrator containers it made sense to be optimistic because this was incredible we were moving towards the time where p.

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"dockers" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"dockers" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Than six billion dollars for a stake value were at forty eight billion dollars now price it'd be thirty percent below uber's valuation and its most recent round of funding futures this morning again little changed to higher sp futures now up to pointed out features have surgery nasdaq futures up to the treasury that'll change yield two point three two percent and straight ahead we have the latest world and national news this is bloomberg then carrying that brings us to 507 on wall street's criticism over a political insults let's bring in bloomberg's michael barr with latest good morning good morning bob families of now the whole war veterans say dumfounded that president donald trump took a political javid democratic senator elizabeth warren a massachusetts at an event honoring navajo codetalkers trump praised the code dockers at the white house yesterday and he also turned to a nickname he's often deployed four warren poker hamas relatives of the code dockers save the comment was inappropriate and destroy from the men's work that helped the us win world meanwhile wellborn speaking to bloomberg's kevin's really says the racial slur trump used during the native american ceremony was appalling honoring romani and that donald trump has to get in a racist slur is truly disgusting white house spokeswoman sarah huckabee sanders says the president did attended as a racial slur president trump will be with members of congress today to discuss suspending glenn a partial government shutdown liberty lisa ready as more than ninety.

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"dockers" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"dockers" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Want talk about what should we talk about what's on your mind by the breaking news few minutes ago this is shocking in this kind of applies to us your new mexico why because we have the code dockers here right we have the novel hope coat talkers unfortunately the poor novel ho codetalkers native american coach hawkers had to meet today or listen today to the president of the united states unfortunately name what did trump talk talk about talked about himself any called senator elizabeth warren polka hanis i'm not kidding i'm not making this up speaking to a native american coat talkers today he threw in the senator elizabeth warren his poke on us he is the most racist bigoted piece of cancer anyway so that's happening unbelievable that just happen by story so fresh breaking right now cnn all right i'm kind of torn but ten things i want to talk about we heard a few minutes ago that aid judge has said he will here today at 430 eastern 230 our time arguments i shall on cfpb consumer financial protection bureau this is a big story trump is trying to he's drawing pretty much eliminated gene if you don't know this story this is a consumer financial protection bureau.

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"dockers" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"dockers" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"The good news is there's not a lot of trees the getting away if you see a shadow that's a polar bear watch out for them polar bears it's it okay so we were talking about visual studio tools docker tools original studio do we turn over every stone there uh i think so yeah so where do folks get started with with darker yeah that that that's a very good place to start an so you could start in studio because he kind of have prefix project templates in all of that if you are more looking to get started on the canadian lined with a doctor v six then you can go to we have eight dot net dockers samples rebel on dr hub and all of the source code is hosted on hub so let's just get have dot com slash dot net slash dot net dockers samples with hyphens in between the words those are super helpful those early late simple the i think we haven't yet we have an airspeed dot net core as low as a console and dove and different samples for different kinds of projects that you would want to do we need displaying darker hub the folks would have spent time with dr 'cause we i think we are going to change the right off the bat and it's who sort of a presumption yes stocker hub ducker have dot com is of no sorry it's actually have dot docker dot com that's right it is very similar to get hub i guess for except instead of pushing khodeir year pushing images so you can go to doctor had the end you can pull images and that's our all images are listed so microsoft has a we have a microsoft oregon there and we have a bunch of different uh repositories within them microsoft or and you can go to the dot net wine it's dot any team other is such a thing is private repositories for for dr images right yes absolutely so yes if he will only went to share images within your organization you can also do that kendra when it comes to something like normal server me that's a copy of windows what are the licensing requirements around that is a good question so we post our license description i guess on our docker have brief.

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"dockers" Discussed on 1340 Big Talker

1340 Big Talker

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"dockers" Discussed on 1340 Big Talker

"Take for arthritis pain and headaches i get those pretty often and now that i'm older i get a lotta no crack some hangings i didn't know i ha i had so tell us a little bit about that okay unfortunately in the same boat i get up every monet and i've had something else yeah so yeah exactly uh several different things for us um kind of the categories pretty well and island off and raise a rare filing all and it primarily guess what further pain um and then your inside class which is nonsteroidal antiinflammatory anything that's your advil no turned over naproxen ibuprofen um they all come from aspirin family aspirin included in that uh those actually work better that bill ibuprofen naproxen they work better for inflammation and pain so if you have arf writer um if you have a headache um usually get more response uh to the pain level versus the tylenol um however there are a couple of stipulate the class of ask on and fight i don't wanna use if you take a prescription medication for less than her um the dockers don't want you to take any extra aspirin related products on top of that it can actually change the bloodthinning effect and uh cause fled issues um another reason is if you have problems that you have ulster's or have and make related problem on that particular category of medication most hernandez ill aleve all of those um that can actually costs and make issue so somebody comes in and you know they eat something for their arthritis and chat within the bit find out that there are an ulster um they need to stay away from that whole entire family of medication uh they can take tylenol how all those in her stomach um what you straight um some people that take an aspirin on a daily basis um they come in and ask hey i also take i'd be profound for my headache um that kind of in the dock question usually they will let you do that uh but the on other things going on and may or may not want in addition to that um so that kind of gives you an idea um.

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"dockers" Discussed on AM 1260 The Answer

AM 1260 The Answer

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"dockers" Discussed on AM 1260 The Answer

"Position of this president also doing something unconstitutional about daca oh absolutely although uh he is constrained in what he can do because dr really is being wrapped up on the stocktaking new applications for dhaka are today announced it which is something that should have done 10 minutes after he took his oath of office in january they also had said and this is just get walked in the news that if you have a war permitted dr patrick doc is really work permit if you habitat and into buyers in the neck thick mark you need to apply for renewal now before october five and that after october five there is no more daca uh no more applications nothing whatever you have continued and kill it expires so far fivemonth after that is when the deadline that he set when people work permits will start expire did can't really startup daca again unless he quickly explictly goes against his own attorney general legal opinion the dockers unconstitutional and i don't think we can do that i think vac tweet was really just the president freelancing in wandering you know nancy and truck to feel good about himself and he thongkam as any vodka we're on the set of time just very quickly let me ask you mark krikorian there is a suit now that's been filed in the aftermath of this decision by washington state and and fourteen others that are basically claiming look this is just a case of uh anti mexican bigotry on the part of the president of what would your response that big well first of all i mean if a privilege water to judge actually should fine the you know sanction be people bringing the law through california's gonna bring wonku because it's absurd on a fake the president had ending with a memo an illegal program that was created with a memo wasn't a law wasn't even an executive order it was just a memo there is no brown for a lawsuit unfortunately in the ninth circuit you probably can find some judge who doesn't really believe in law anymore and thinks that he is the law so there's a real danger here at lee that would be held up but the supreme court pant uphold this kind of lawsuit i mean like i said even more frivolous than most of these walk to cook the lefty the file unfortunately in.

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