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"ella pers" Discussed on Truth Be Told

Truth Be Told

09:23 min | 7 months ago

"ella pers" Discussed on Truth Be Told

"Which also go back and those families go back in two thousand years to the to the original Jewish high priests of the of the temple. and. So the whole notion is that The nine original nights. They knew exactly what they were looking for and they knew exactly where to find it. Essentially, they had to there was a ruse of them being protectors pilgrims to Jerusalem. But really the lying reason to the first crusades was allowed the nights to sense dig under the temple. Solomon the rediscovered the temple treasure. Was Do you think the Lewis and Clark expedition? Do you think that was searching for the treasure or do you think they were hiding the treasurer helping I? Don't know how could you explain that a little bit more? Well, you talked about the founding father. George Washington and Benjamin Franklin. They at least had an inkling of the temperature treasure. Okay and they were given the that inkling when they were ambassadors, the France wanted the other embassador of France was Thomas. Jefferson. Before he became president of the United States br he at least was given inkling of the where last refuge doesn't like stempler lay in the Midwest states and he really instructed meriwether Lewis. Not Go rediscovered treasure but to to scout around and check check up to see if the area had been disturbed and whether. The treasure was really. Still intact in the or whether had discounted with through a number of. Venues. Well. Let's I'm GonNa look through just a quick. I have some more questions but I love to include our share or chat room. You may know this may not because I'm sure you do but was Abraham. Lincoln. A Mason and who did if he was what did he do? What Lodger? What did you belong to do? You know that? I don't think I. Don't think Lincoln Resumes Really. He was from Indiana I think I believe but I don't think he was a mason I I think his family was associated with freemasonry but I don't know if he he and south was. What did Albert Pike say about Prince Hall freemasonry. Well Prince Hall freemasonry is in essence the The black version of freemasonry it's it was a densify in. What's really interesting Prince Hall freemasonry was the first freemasonry established then the Nova Scotian. The mid seventeen hundred it's it's an affiliation, and obviously because of the color barrier at the time, there was a separate freemasonry but just last year, it's really interesting non-olympic grandcamp Knights Templer of the United States but the. Primary candidate. We we both recognize former leads prince hall affiliate. The grand can't winning sampler in the states. Well. That's that's that's great. I love that one. This one S K, says found out about your guest while researching the book freemasonry ancient Gods could ask bill if he knows of African natives with the treasure. What about that? Not African natives, native Americans but not African natives maybe maybe that's what they meant. Let's see. There's some others but I mean the thing about this I think. Because the freemasonry in nights temple they have. You know it's I would say ace, you're you're pretty open. Everything I think it's just people have to really listen to I mean you're very for you know with your books and just sent here. Here's the information but I think that's why freemasonry may get a bad rap but. Didn't even George Washington talk about You know infiltrations from other organizations into the freemasonry was at the same with Knights templar. No absolutely, it is and you know what? It's really interesting when I joined free when I joined the laws twenty five years ago I always knew that I would join because of my family background. But you know with family and with a career and and things that you just were put it off and you know when the pilots, right? Win when I joined. It was still a very secretive. Society I always like to say freemasonry and night stempler is not a secret society there just a secretive society I also like to say, I knew more secrets, I had more secrets when I blocked or Frat House. Then do freemasonry but you know people ask me how can you talk? So openly while in essence one of the reasons that I was elected Supreme Grand Master Canada and it's evident around the world does that freemasonry is dwindling Freemasonry is not seen as a brotherhood or fraternity to those young people that really need to to join in one of the reasons. And I being. Given. The green light is talk more openly about it because I've been able to convince some of the older fellas that if you don't talk about it if you don't make. It's its values available to a larger population. Then it's going to die off and that's what we're finding with Knights templar here in Canada that the numbers are dwindling just through attrition. And through normally what the? Normal route free in Freemasonry, it would take your fifty years belong to the Sava. Great priory can. Become a nights tempered because it's it's seen as that higher order, but now I'm trying to convince. Masons that in order for the fraternity to continue that, you should open it up. There's a lot of benefits to younger people in terms of free may but freemasonry also has changed it can't continue the way is. How does how does the church itself because you know it it it started off as a partnership I. If I remember right and then it kind of went sour and that's the reason you know the almost elimination of all knights templar at one time by I think by the Catholic Church. how is the relationship with the freemasonry in the church now because I know? They don't care about your religious beliefs. I believe I know there. Could you explain that a little bit more in Tell me how how is that relationship with the church now. Well as you identified in the the Vatican, the pope right for for relies the order. The Knights templars started is essentially the. The fighting guard of the pope himself and the answer only to the pope, and they were formalized than eleven thousand, nine, hundred ninety then as you indicated on Friday the thirteenth October thirteen right gene-o seven the King of France along with the poke poke plant the fifth conspired to eliminate the order. And they were outlawed but a lot of people don't realize that ten years later there was a papal Bull essentially re sending that that Ella. Per Se and recognize the NYC stempler once again. Currently. freemasonry seen as a Brotherhood fraternity by the church and nothing more A lot of people are still looking under rocks for conspiracy theories. But is it still just seen as a as a male organisation fraternity? Per Se and this is but impart this is why a fictionalized the work. As I say. The church be going for two thousand years. Templer be going for thousand years. It's it's hard to break away from. Start nor. Well before we get out of here. I mean, you're always so interesting but I love having you on on the show always bring new information and even taking stuff we've talked about before and just making a fresh but. Do you ever plan on doing your own, not only your research, but you ever plan on getting your pick and shovel and try to go out and try to find the treasure yourself. Actually, I have a very good friend Scott Walter. One of my favorite persons in the world. I I convince..

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"ella pers" Discussed on Digital Production Buzz

Digital Production Buzz

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"ella pers" Discussed on Digital Production Buzz

"The world's longest running podcast for the creative content industry covering media production post production and marketing around the world tie. My name is Larry Jordan in this intensely quiet period before the start of this year's AB show. I thought it would be interesting to look at media technology in a different way. Interesting ideas that caught the attention of our regulars Ned salts. I discovered is fascinated by the gear that attached to our cameras. Michael commerce is struck by how the cloud requires us to think differently. And Philip posits was captivated by a recent series of documentaries on what happens when you shoot the same commercial with three different production. Budgets, all intriguing ideas, by the way, if you enjoy the buzz, please give us a positive rating and review in the I tune store. We appreciate your support to help us grow our audience. And now it's time for our weekly Donal news update with James to Rubio. Hello, james. Hello, larry. What's the news this week? Cupertino gives us updates to both hardware and software. The first thing that came out today apple updated final cut pro compressor and motion with key updates and bug fixes. The biggest feature is that version ten point four point six final pro. Plus the latest versions of compressor and motion will now automats detect media files. That may be incompatible with future versions of MAC OS after Mojave, it'll then convert them to a compatible sixty four bit format there. Also be several fixes to issues where share destinations and workflow extension. Buttons will just disappear out of nowhere. And there are also several other annoying bug, fixes and housekeeping updates all three applications will improve reliability in sharing your files to YouTube. So what's your view of the update while most version, Tim point four point six is a mere housekeeping update fixing several knowing bugs the big feature of this update is apple taking steps to autumn identify and reformat legacy Kodak's. So that users can prepare for future after MAC OS Mojave. This will give off final cut pro motion and compressor users a leg up in future. Proofing their old legacy media apple announced at the worldwide device. Ella per conference last year two thousand eighteen that Mojave would be the last that supports thirty two bit. So for developers. This is not news. But for all of us users were still panicking to make sure things are going to work what especially impresses me. Here is that we can use compressor, which is a fifty dollar program and use it to convert legacy media. For instance, premier users can use this avid users can use it as a way of doing your conversion, even if you don't add it with final cut can compressor makes something that all of us take advantage of and do it automatically. So that's our first apple story. What's number two? Well, yesterday announced what could be the last Intel based I'm MAC refresh..

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"ella pers" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"ella pers" Discussed on KTRH

"H news time eleven oh. What our top story. Well, a bad is hospitalized in critical condition after being shot while sitting in a vehicle with children. Here's county sheriff's deputies say it happened this morning at FM nineteen sixty in Ella per passenger. That was in the front of vehicle was struck one time by gunshot wound to the head the children that were in the vehicle were not harmed or injured. And the driver was not harder injured. Police are looking for a silver or gray older model grand Marquis with a black hood on it. Anyone with information is urged to contact crime stoppers. A man is under arrest for practicing medicine without a license at a medical spa in southwest Houston. Police arrested twenty six year old Ricky dilatory at RD aesthetics med spa near the southwest freeway. Dilatory is accused of performing non surgical cosmetic procedures including Bo tax injections, without a medical license or the supervision of a doctor. The clinic's website describes dilatory as a medical assistant medical assistant or not licensed to perform injections in the state of Texas gas prices ticking downward this week Daniel Armbruster, AAA Texas telling KTAR h where sadly under the two dollar a gallon. Mark right now, the average went down two dollar ninety five that's down on the week. It's forty cents cheaper than where it was a year ago. The statewide average remained flat this week at a dollar ninety eight but Armbruster says it's very possible that prices could rise by the end of this month. Used to narcotics detective has been temporarily relieved of duty over questions about his role in last week's deadly shootout at a suspected drug house shootout. The shootout injured five officers and left both suspects dead. The senior officer is listed on the on the warrant, but it's not the agent who led the raid. Police went to the home looking for heroin, but only found a small amount of marijuana and cocaine city of Tombaugh donating a historic photo to the Bush presidential librarian college station photo shows the Union Pacific, forty one forty one train carried the body of president George H W Bush from Houston to college station for his burial in December Mike Baxter, Tombaugh's director of marketing and tourism took the photo on the train at the FM twenty nine seventy eight underpass east of town. KTAR news time is now eleven three. Well, here they go again Democrats in the house trying to go after President Trump's tax returns Democrats now in the majority in the house there, chairman can investigate many. Aspects of President Trump, his finances and his administration. How speaker Nancy Pelosi talked about one of the initial probes cancer detection. It's not a question of just sending a letter you have to do it and very careful way. Florida freshman congressman Michael waltz told CNN he's concerned about congress going too far. My problem there is this.

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"ella pers" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"ella pers" Discussed on KTRH

"One. Our top story. A man is hospitalized in critical condition after being shot while sitting in a vehicle with children inside earlier today. Here's county sheriff's deputies say it happened this morning at FM nineteen sixty and Ella per passenger. That was in the front of your call was struck one time by gunshot wound to the head. They children that were in the vehicle were not harmed or injured and the driver was not harmed or injured. No resumes. So far police are looking for a silver. Or gray older model grand Marquis with a black hood on it anymore. Info is urged call crime stoppers who got a picture of a car at KTAR H dot com. Man under arrest for practicing medicine without a license at a medical in southwest Houston. Police this week arrested twenty six year old Ricky Delatour at the RD aesthetic med spa near the southwest freeway. Dilatory is accused of performing nonsurgical cosmetic procedures, including Bo talks injections without a medical license or the supervision of Dr according to clinic's website dilatory is a medical assistant medical assistance, or not licensed to perform injections in Texas gas prices ticking downward this week Daniel Armbruster with AAA Texas telling KTAR h we are solidly under the two dollar a gallon. Mark now, the average went down to dollar ninety five that's on the week. It's forty cents cheaper than where it was a year ago. The statewide average remained flat this week at a dollar ninety eight and the national average take up by two cents. But Armbruster says it's possible prices overall could start to rise by the end of the month with temperatures warming in demand likely to pick up again KTAR h news time nine. Three here, they go again Democrats in the house trying to go after President Trump's tax returns with Democrats now in the majority in the house there chairman can investigate many aspects of President Trump, his finances and his administration. House speaker Nancy Pelosi talked about one of the initial probes cancer detection. It's not a question of just sending a letter you have to do it. And a very careful way. Florida freshman congressman Michael waltz told CNN he's concerned about congress going too far. My problem there is this really sets.

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"ella pers" Discussed on The Giant Beastcast

The Giant Beastcast

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"ella pers" Discussed on The Giant Beastcast

"That's that's probably the most accurate thing. You said. Biggest biggest fan. What's going on with Spiderman suits in these spider? Marvel's the Spiderman the game Spiderman, well, they announced a bunch of DLC four spider in and with it. Some very cool in my opinion, suits for spider-man's pretty out. There wants to I went. I was over the moon about cyborgs. Yeah. I was thinking like the fucking death lock thing. Yeah. That is a very specific reference to like one issue where building falls on Spiderman any wakes up. He's got a robot arm and an eye patch. That's cool about data and death lock is there, and they're like insomniac in my opinion has been absolutely crushing at mining like weird old comic books for like things that like real fans are not real everyone's hand. But things that like intense fans, I should say would love. But apparently, there's an extremely vocal portion of the fan base who very badly wanted the Sam Ramey two thousand and two. Spiderman suit in the game and up until today. They had not delivered it how much of that. Do you think is based on you know, that other Spiderman game spider into that? Everyone liked the lot like they just wanted to kind of recreate that I don't even really get some movie. Remember the suit in that game like necessarily standing out? I love love Spiderman I own all those movies, the costume design in those movies is the worst part of the same Remy. Well, yeah, there's a scene in the first one where Spiderman the green goblin earn a rooftop talking to each other. And you can't see their faces. It may as well. Be someone smashing to action. Power Rangers shit. Yeah. It's it's in my opinion. I love a lot of the seats in that game. Love the classic suit. I love the the homecoming suit, the Ramey suit doesn't look that great. But people want it, and you wanna give people they want. What I don't like is the way a lot of people went about expressing their disappointment. I how do I believe I believe threatening people is one way online. Of course, I saw a lot of people claiming that insomniac had promised the suit by not explicitly denying. It was coming. Which is which is not how promises work in my opinion. So they have the license to right? That's where it gets weird because it's does movies were seventy and so they already have this. There's this ongoing sort of push poll with marvel and Sony Pictures about like usage or Spiderman rights to what. And all of that. I would have to imagine. That of all the things they would have to license, you know, outside of the usual comic universe. Getting something from Sony. Pictures would probably be the easiest one of those to pull out think would think that they want to do like a twilight zone thing we would. Legal jeopardy. I know that the fastest way for me to get in trouble to talk about marvel license. Say that it is now free as a download it gonna free the article on reading here says that this one Andrew Rayner says that you can get free as of now he's I just it's such a like, I'm glad the people who got this suit wanted. It was clearly very important to a lot of people and then guessing very important to allot of people who did not threaten insomniacs manager on social media. But I really hope to take away for this is not abused of Ella pers- to get what you want because I know people don't really have a clear understanding of life development pipelines, and I hope people don't think like sound like somebody who has maybe had to deal with fans educationally expressing displeasure choice. Or I I'm sure, hey, I'll speak all the fans are great. We listen to feedback. A lot of choices have to made. Well, here's the thing. Is that like you talk about the fans, and certainly for marvel I am I am one of the biggest fan, and I think everything insomniac is done on that they are massive massive fans. And it's like everyone speaks with one this like one voice now, thanks to Twitter. But it's thousands and thousands of different opinions. So it's very difficult to weed out. Like, hey, what do people really want? We can't make everyone happy. Let's make as many people happy as we can sometimes reminds me of the cartoons..

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"ella pers" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"ella pers" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"And I was trying to to understand how big is the market for tooling around graph Q L. And and is there a what would the business, and I mean, they kind of have an interesting situation where obviously there okay, there is room for tooling around graph, Google, you're saying. Us prisoner yourself, and then, but then there's the question of like, how can you build a business around that how they're faced with the interesting question of how do you take that query interpretation layer and turn that into a business? What do you think of the business around graph Q, L tooling? Is there a market there? Absolutely. I think this comes back to the first question, you're asking me, why are people becoming full stack, and it's because of services like this, right? Like, the the reactive Ella per who is knows how to build a wicked front end application doesn't necessarily want to be bothered with the setting up the entire because most of these applications are just like crud operations. We're just saving data to a database pulling it out, and and all of that. So I think that having a something do it for you. I'm not sure whether it's something that Prisma or sewer or something that you you throw up on a Docker image yourself. I think that is going to be become really popular we already see it with. Services like like firebase and parson whatnot. If you can just like take that whole part away from me, I think that's great. And I think even even further what we'll probably see in the next little bit is we'll see entire things where people put the user accounts and -cation on top of that as well. Because that's that's one thing you currently still have to roll yourself Amazon came out with something recently. Right. There's some kind of like back in as a service suite of tools that came out of the the because they acquired a graph Q L company. Have you followed the AWS tooling world in terms of? Well, yeah. What the name of that is? I was just. Yeah. Abe AWS amplify. That's what it is. I think that's pretty interesting. I haven't haven't really looked at it all that much. Just there's so many so many things that are in this space right now. But it definitely is interesting to me if you look at firebase they're trying to do this as well with like service functions. And they also do then occasion, they also do your real time database. So it's kind of interesting. I definitely see that people are going to be able to build apps on top of these platforms because they don't necessarily want to or need access to the whole layer underneath it. Yeah. Ivy's firebase number of times. And I really really liked it. So you got firebase and also netla fi in terms of the really simplified back in hosting kind. I mean, I guess I don't know. Do you consider firebase in netla fi in the same category? Well, now, if I is more of like, you push your so there's this whole idea of called the. Jam stack where you just have a sense for JavaScript API is in markup. Right. And you're right. You're react application that will talk to serve or somewhere and come back, and the idea is that you you can host your very you can host your entire application on now if I because it's just too mile and JavaScript NCS s they are also getting into to service functions as well because that's going to be helping that's going to help do the whole API endpoint of it. I don't I don't necessarily know. I haven't looked too much into the firebase hosting side of things. So they probably our competitors at some point. But nullify at least in my book says is like the answer to like where do I easily through host up a react project or one of these like servers single page applications without any of the headache that often comes along with trying to configure like engine axe or Apache or something like that on your existing box. Right. And there's something about the net LaFarge. Kyw path to deployment, that's really simplified, and it's just okay. We just kind of do this one thing..

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"ella pers" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

10:05 min | 2 years ago

"ella pers" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"And now the financial exchange with Barry Armstrong, and Judd, son. We're getting close to wrapping up the week on Wall Street and markets right now are mixed in the first couple of hours of trading. The Dow is up seventy two points, the SNP up to the NASDAQ is down twenty four tech. Stocks continue to take a beating in general apple is up but Invidia down eighteen percent as chipmakers can a leading the way down today for tech companies, Chuck zodda, Mike Armstrong and Tucker Silva here, and where better to start than the place that it seems as making no one happy right now. And that's the Federal Reserve. Can't you can't get any relief on the from from any politician for the Federal Reserve right now, not even politics. You got everyone upset at him. You know, you got CNBC anchors. That are yelling at the fed. You've got is probably an indication that you're doing your job, right? Push. I don't know about that. You know, I I don't agree with Jim Cramer on everything or necessarily most things, but he was right in two thousand seven he might be right today. So we'll see let's let's talk a little bit about what was Warren said yesterday during testimony. That the fed governor Randall Randall quarrels have missed that name twice. Now. Randall quarrels was giving her quote is. I'm not sure that I see much distinction between what you're doing. Now, referring to the fed and what the fed was doing in pre two thousand eight and I think that's deeply worrisome. I'm concerned that the fed dropped the ball before. And they may be dropping it one more time. What's he talking about first and foremost, so her commentary is specifically around whether the fed is keeping a close enough on bad quality debt back in oh, seven her comments are around mortgage debt today. It's much more around corporate debt. Specifically leveraged loans is what she's discussing here in leverage loans, quite simply are just loans made to companies that already have a lot of debt they're usually made on an adjustable rate basis. And so her point is you've got these bad loans that have been made to or maybe not necessarily bad loans, but lows have been made to companies that have bad credit quality, and all of a sudden now the rates are climbing up and you're not really doing. Anything to keep an eye on the banks that are making these loans. Is there any substance that in here's something that I found what I was looking around between our last couple segments. The IMF issued a warning on this that pretty much says the same thing this is from the IMF, quote, we warned in the most recent global financial stability report that speculative excesses in some financial markets may be approaching threatening level for evidence. Look no further than the one point three trillion dollar global market for so-called leveraged loans. Yeah. Clearly, not the only person worried about. So the argument that is being made here is look on the housing side. We're not making the same mistakes. We did back in two thousand six we're not lending people a hundred and ten percent, the value of a home with no underwriting. We're not, you know, packaging up all these subprime mortgages. And saying there AAA we're not doing those dumb things, but we're doing all kinds of other dumb things. Instead. Yeah. And she's not necessarily wrong about it. So let's just I'm going to play out a hypothetical here. Let's let's say that this was as bad as Elizabeth Warren is making it seem, and I don't think that it's quite there. But let's say there was and the US financial system had to bail out banks. Again, how what do you think that would do to the American people's perception of the financial system that we don't think that you this is the biggest question that I have going forward? It's not what it would do to the perception. I think you're assuming that that bailout happens, and I'm not convinced that it does today. Yeah. Because I think that in both parties, Democrats and Republicans you have an awful lot of people that were pretty upset by what happened in two thousand eight with the bailouts. And I think that there are sufficient people in each party now with that populist, the populous backing to be able to say, no, we're not doing this again, not without people either going to jail paying back a whole bunch like the there I have real questions as to. To what the resolution looks like in the event of the next downturn. Our politics are a lot less moderate than they were back in. When all the first buyouts happen to you had a lot of moderate Republicans and Democrats getting together get that bailout done. The the politics. These days are a lot more extreme than they were back, then so it's not even the politics. Like, here's something fascinating to think about. Twitter. We did not really have Twitter during the last downturn. Yeah. Know Twitter started in two thousand six, but it wasn't really a thing until probably two thousand ten two thousand eleven when it was really start like we did not have Twitter as a major source of information back in two thousand eight. And so I think the way that all of this should be handled is just dramatically different. So this is something that I think that when you have multiple people in multiple different places with different thoughts different ideology, saying, hey, there's something going on here. Like keep mine. The IMF the IMF effectively is global like big capital at people with lots of that is the IMF. It's people with lots of money when people with lots of money are agreeing with Elizabeth Warren. It tells me that there's something going on there. Because usually those groups don't agree. Yeah. So it bears watching other things in the news today that bear watching. We we we got Brexit, which is turning into a mess on top of a mess stuffed inside a flaming trash can like it is what is going on with Brexit right now. They're trying to thread this needle to try to get a Brexit deal through that no one likes. And I think there are real questions as to whether or not they can get it through from my perspective. The worst thing that they could do is no Brexit because I think that that unleashes a whole nother wave of popular sentiment, which makes things even worse in the future for whatever deal potentially gets negotiated. But it does not appear that we have you know, any type of certainty about a deal being reached right now. I I'm not a gambling, man. But I would be willing to put the odds of Theresa May no longer being the prime minister by Christmas at I think, it's probably one in three twice smell prediction. Now, I'm that. She is. That she is still kept plenty of posted here. Okay. Fine. Yeah. My prediction is that she is still in office by Christmas. But I think it's not all that unlikely that you could be ousted. That's great prediction. Yeah. I know. So the the betting markets that allow and and kinda do this type of thing what they are predicting right now. And I'm looking at predicted which I don't think it's reliable in any way because it doesn't actually have it hasn't really been accurate in its predictions a week ago. They were saying there was a ninety five percent chance. That's the way that the money was going. There is a ninety five percent chance that she was still prime minister of the UK at year end is down now to sixty five percent that is exactly in line with my predictions. So either you went to this webs, lack of worship did not or you're just on missions genius. I was I was to say genius. Jeff Bezos with some interesting comments yesterday with regards to the future of Amazon, specifically saying something that not many leaders say necessarily and his quote is one day Amazon will fail. What does he mean by that, Mike? So I think we gotta take the context of this comment and look at Jeff Bezos has a CEO, and he's very different from most CEO's that we see in so far he's insofar as he's a founder CEO, and I like intended the likes of Bill Gates. He's not your typical type a personalities not your typical, you know, ramp up the crowd and get people really excited type of CEO bomber. Yeah. Yeah. He's not like that. He is Ella. Pers- developers developer. He got. Yeah. It's crazy. He's a humble guy. He's very realistic. His comments were taken a little bit out of context. But somebody asked him, you know, about the long term future of Amazon. And he's basically said look no company is too big to fail. And then he kind of went on and said, in fact, I predict that one day will fail we will go bankrupt. And that was probably not the right place or context to be saying those comments in terms of a full company meeting. That's probably not the way you want to do that. I think it is the right way deal because if you really believe that your vision is accurate as far as hey, I want to build a company in my image. And I want to build a company that thinks the way I think, but why wouldn't you tell people that have their say, oh, I wonder what he means by that. My my feeling is that the way that this red. I don't think it was a pre written or pre thought out comment off the cost just and. Yeah, absolutely one day Donald fail. If you're gonna come out with such an extreme type of comment, which maybe isn't that extreme? But no CEO would ever say something like that. Then you should probably think about the repercussions of that comment a little bit beforehand. Maybe he did. Maybe I'm not inside Jeff Bezos has head. And you know, what I mean guy can do no wrong. He's just when you read that comments don't go panicking because he's not your typical CEO. No. He's certainly as you could make down nearly two percent today. But you could make an argument that you know, because he's not typical is the reason why Amazon has been so successful is he does think about things a little bit differently thinks about things incredibly long term. We're going to take a break right now. When we come back, we've got trivia here on the financial exchange and also talking about why the tax cuts are going to be a road. It a little bit lat next year, why your benefit might be not quite as much as what it was this year. That's coming up right after this break on the financial exchange..

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"ella pers" Discussed on The React Podcast

The React Podcast

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"ella pers" Discussed on The React Podcast

"So we pull the product data down and build the site, and it's got products, but then the cart, interactions, and the user education that's all handled dynamically at Runtime. So to do that in something like Hugo, you definitely can. But you you're then responsible for building the react app. Injecting that react up into the Hugo templates, and then kind of managing it that way. Whereas with Gatsby the react app is the static site generator. And so that's the primary difference. And it's also one of the reasons that you. Might not need it. If you're just building static sites, and you don't need any of that that dynamism or or just you're not a reactive Ella per like, you may not need it like sometimes it is overkill, but you know, the benefits that you're gonna get are we really focused on keeping that dynamism there. We really focus on performance, and we focus on giving you a really really friendly developer experience. So for Java scrip- developers as far as it in. My obviously biased opinion, the the developer experience. For a Java script developer using Gatsby is going to be superior to any of the other any other statics generators out there. Because either they're not written in Java script or they're they're designed more from lake. Do it yourself perspective. And they're definitely they're exceptions to that. Like react static is really really good. Don't get me wrong. You know, it just when you hit the edges when you hit the edge cases, you hit him pretty hard that that makes sense. I'd never heard it put. Like that. But basically, you can think about this static site as a dynamic site from the beginning like from the very first line of code that. You're right. Exactly. That's awesome. So tell me what are the core technologies that that you interact with when you're building against site. So the the core technologies are going to be react and graph y'all. And then you're you're CSS library of choice. What what you'll never have to think about which is what I think makes gets be wonderful is you don't ever have to set up your Bill process. So things like web pack end. So your web pack set up. Your babble set up your your build process. That's all abstracted away inside a Gatsby for advanced developers. We have escape hatches where you can get to those configuration files and change them. But for for most people, it's not something you need to do you typically won't ever have a reason to go in there and less you're doing something really special. So when you when you make those those changes, you're going to open up a editor like you're gonna use the Gatsby CLI to generate a new site opened up the index page, and edit it, and it'll live update on the internet or on your browser instantly. Like no setup step whatsoever. And yeah, so reacting graph all are going to be your your primary, building blocks. Now had mentioned that the Gatsby store is powered by by Gatsby, and then the checkout the cart process is all namic is that site open source, or do you have an example of how someone might be able to do that? Yeah. The the whole store is open source, and we have a couple examples in our our core repo and the Gatsby repo on get hub. There's an examples folder that has like a simple off example and a dynamic routes examples. So that you can you can see reduced examples how to make that stuff work. But yeah, the the store is probably the canonical example right now of building a really dynamic app. Yeah. This is this is one thing that I'm super excited about just seeing this space of or you have an app that is fully built down into Sadeq assets. But is capable of doing anything that you would do? Do on like a regular database driven the traditional kind of rails or node site. Yeah. This is this is something that like I feel like this is going to be the hill that I die on is that there's there is no such thing as a web app that couldn't be static asset because what I've been finding is that every single website is like itchy Mon CSS and a little bit of Java script that is built from data. And that data is either going to come in through the server. That's also serving your HD mound. CSS Java script or it's going to come from an API. And functionally those are equivalent, it's just an organisational thing..

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"ella pers" Discussed on Developer Tea

Developer Tea

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"ella pers" Discussed on Developer Tea

"Okay. So let's get onto these other two lessons that I've learned in the past couple of years as I've been picking up. This new skill learning react and understanding some of the ways that reacts is intended to be used in ways that people are finding that it can be used and all of these psychological principles that we talk about on the show that comes into play as you negotiate with new tooling. Your calls are not obvious all the time. So it's very important to realize that in your interaction with that tools going to be different from everyone else's. So that's why I wanna share these lessons with you. Because not everybody's going to have the same experiences. And that's okay. All right. So the second lesson small has never looked better. You've heard it on the show before. And I can't stress it enough small things are easier to build not only are small things easier to build it easier to maintain. And that includes when you compose small things when you have small components, I'm talking less than twenty line. Sometimes sometimes the components are less than five lines. That sounds crazy doesn't it? But those components become the most straightforward easiest to maintain pieces of code in your code base. Ace the whole concept of having components is to compose them a component on its own is usually not very valuable. But when you can compose one component with another it becomes much more valuable the interchange. Between those components whether they are siblings or totally unrelated to each other. Or if their ancestors, if they are in some tree together these components being composed together. This can be extremely powerful and all kinds of combinations can exist. Those are incredibly powerful as well. So don't confuse small with obstructed, by the way, I've had files where I have five or six private components defined inside of that file that composed very well together. Right. So it's not about having, you know, small files per se, small files become easy to read, and I would still shoot for a relatively small file size. Let's say. For example, one hundred mines or less is probably a good here. Stick to us. But it doesn't necessarily mean that every single component that you create has to be broken out into another file so small doesn't mean abstract. Okay. Let's move onto the third and final lesson. For today's episode. Everyone else is making things up the reactive. Ella pers- have not been doing this for very long. It's impossible because reactors only been around for a short period of time. And so no matter who you encounter who's using react. They haven't been doing it for very long. And therefore, we're all still learning, and this is true of older tech as well. There's not implant in the future where we're all going to circle around. React and say, we've arrived, everyone is making things up and in this process. You will have a lot of bad ideas. You're going to do something poorly with react, you're going to make a bad decision about naming a component. Or even about the entire design of a component or a list of components or an entire application and others are going to do the same entire open source projects may fall apart. And you may even abandon react or whatever other tool at some point in the future altogether..

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"ella pers" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"ella pers" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Stores in atlanta boston chicago los angeles and san francisco it's kind of the usual big rollout said he's keep in mind that a message accompanying the livestream noted this is what we watched today but the magic leapt one cannot go on sale until it gets sec approval which it doesn't have yet so that is not a thing they currently have magically announced on livestream that it uses envy his tigra x to chip system on a chip with to denver core processors all running sixty four bit lennox os aso we've got a couple more specs they actually pulled one from under a table and showed it although they've showed it in public before we didn't see it actually in operation though no they did show some demo video that was very short little snippets that showed some of the tech in action i have to be completely honest while i'm totally cool with kind of a low rent ella per focused conversation on on twitch with us in those who are interested in this product have no problem with that kind of presentation my big problem was what they did show while giving a developer and ideas some of the stuff they can start working with right away this summer was not very impressive some of that stuff look jittery and not great and that has me just a little bit concern and it's not much different than what hololens is currently doing and that kind of bums me out because we're all of the opinion or we've been told to believe that magically is going to be the big next step and all this stuff and i'm not try saw today not that that's what they came to show us today but i i came away thinking that's all right i mean i think phones you know a kit on i o s and went is happening with daydream looks a little better than this and i know those aren't headsets but ables will see it was interesting today i get the feeling that magically is a company that's really good at investor demos and had a product kind of like oculus did although oculus was a kickstarter right not not a vc back company at the beginning but kind of had some technology that was a little better than what else was out there that investors had seen and hence all of the hype but as they have tried to perfect it into a consumer product everybody else's catching up and so they they're loath to show what they have for fear that people will think well that doesn't want back you know much different like you're saying right now which is one of the reasons that this very secretive company hasn't even submitted their designs to fcc approval because once they get into the fcc database everybody can see a lot of details about it and they're they're playing it so close to the vest i have a feeling it's going to be a real product that's gonna be like the segway it's just going to be like okay yeah it does it doesn't different thing than the others but is it that revolutionary animal one tiny know that i would like to make that i noticed and i don't know if this purely from operation but the field of you which is a thing everybody wants to know with augmented reality and mixed reality how big is your field of you the the stuff we've seen from microsoft's very small and narrow others have done different things this seemed like everything they were showing video was zoomed way in i can only think that that was just a crop of the field of view some still a bit worried about that they just didn't show a lot here so so for fishing autos gamers people wanna make stuff for this device today wasn't like groundbreaking but it's nice to know that we finally are headed a direction so there you go us federal prosecutors have arrested and charged former apple employee in grudge please correct me if i get this wrong seattle lang zhang was stealing trade secrets related to apple's autonomous car technology jiang worked for apple from twenty fifteen until april of this year designing and testing circuit boards when he left apple he said it was to move to china to be close to his mother okay fair enough but then he took a job with x motors us subsidiary of china's xiaoping motors the fbi says that jiang downloaded data from apple's network and started on his wife's personal laptop shang alshawa also admits removing moving to circuit boards.

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"ella pers" Discussed on The Changelog

The Changelog

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"ella pers" Discussed on The Changelog

"News which is obviously a big shift i want to pin one thing down to because in this keynote was i think it was threes keynote re said microsoft loves open source so lennon's moment there but i think it was interesting is that you know this is the beginning of the cloud for you but you've been with microsoft for a long time so i want to share that story because jay history you've seen microsoft maybe the day where developers didn't maybe open source of ella pers any developers had less love or maybe there was a different what did julius say duly lucien how did she frame it a different lens i think is what she said for the way microsoft's perspective was yeah you've been here for a while so that was a turning moment has maybe the the vision of microsoft maybe the perspective of microsoft changed since the beginning for you for a while i know seventeen years makes me wince a little bit when i say that out of the military so okay so there you go right long time ago so you feel too like yesterday but it wasn't as yeah well gosh back when i started seventeen years ago i remember we had the anti lennox campaign was one of the big remember the guy leading it and it was like lennox is free like a puppy all those crazy campaigns and you know it's so funny now i remember i spoke it i did the red hat keynote and i guess two three years ago now and i remember thinking god that's different like i am you know talking about a great partnership and this is amazing and we love inex when seventeen years from now it was a very very different thing so i think to say tonight i think there was always energy there but there was just a strong you know windows or bust windows windows or bust and now we recognize that just don't snob reality and we don't need to do that we can be we want to be with wherever customers are do you have any insight into the when those are bust mentality now like what the perspective is on windows in comparison to say the world's a computer is a part of that world is a computer but not the computer right seems like azure which you run.

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"ella pers" Discussed on Connected

Connected

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"ella pers" Discussed on Connected

"It would just all go away anyway but still yes oh wow i mean there's the question to like any way you divide this up if you say games don't get it but other apps do you have to be an indie developer big companies into like there will no matter where you cut the pie they're always be somebody right under the knife blade someone will always feel like they're on the wrong side of the fence by just a hair's margin and so anything like this has to be extremely wellthought out and extremely well communicated so an apple makes a decision that a developer doesn't like the developer released knows what went into that conversation you know when they when they did the deal with subscriptions where hey if i'm a subscriber to you know evernote through the app and after the first year they get more money like that's pretty clear right like it's it's very understandable what happens when and if i stop my subscription than i rejoin it later what happens like apple thought through all that oh i don't maybe i just have missed it but i don't think there's been any like wide complaints about the way that system works but that's different than like apple microsoft defining what your apple is and what kind of ella per are and that depends on how much you pay depends on that so it's super complicated messy i'm not saying that that's a reason not to do it but i think it's something worth considering that this is not as easy as just like changing the little thing in the excel spreadsheet when they pay everybody it's seems to be more complicated than that.

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"ella pers" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"ella pers" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"And does acing grinner and have a significant change to how a reactive ella per rights their code basically around those those life cycle hooks it will change that really with modern best practices those aren't us as much we're really for our desert really push stateless components and some kind of manager container but this will still improve like you can really view the incoming props in state change in render so it will cut down on your render cycle so there may be a little bit more if you really wanna be performance maybe some more checks that you have to do that you normally wouldn't do and you're going to be missing some life cycle events that you may be used to having so in that way it will be different there are some language tools like reason and flow type script that make it easier to avoid compiler errors in react do the develop on your team have a preferred way of getting type safety each person kind of has their preference i can cite for my ex subtype script is is a pretty dramatic change right it's a very different compiles everything in this whole another language within a language i personally like it but it's definitely a shift that everyone has to be on board with and flow allows you to adopted or gradually the negative seen to that is if you give a developer an option to make their job a little more difficult they're not going to take that option win flows optional it tends to just get ignored it just really comes down to how intently you won't to focus on type checking allowed the guys we interview bring up the same points reasons very new so the haven't gotten into a lot of that yet for their work but a lot of actually reference prop types which is another good way to try to you know.

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"ella pers" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"ella pers" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"And does acing grinner and have a significant change to how a reactive ella per rights their code basically around those those life cycle hooks it will change that really with modern best practices those aren't us as much we're really for our desert really push stateless components and some kind of manager container but this will still improve like you can really view the incoming props in state change in render so it will cut down on your render cycle so there may be a little bit more if you really wanna be performance maybe some more checks that you have to do that you normally wouldn't do and you're going to be missing some life cycle events that you may be used to having so in that way it will be different there are some language tools like reason and flow type script that make it easier to avoid compiler errors in react do the develop on your team have a preferred way of getting type safety each person kind of has their preference i can cite for my ex subtype script is is a pretty dramatic change right it's a very different compiles everything in this whole another language within a language i personally like it but it's definitely a shift that everyone has to be on board with and flow allows you to adopted or gradually the negative seen to that is if you give a developer an option to make their job a little more difficult they're not going to take that option win flows optional it tends to just get ignored it just really comes down to how intently you won't to focus on type checking allowed the guys we interview bring up the same points reasons very new so the haven't gotten into a lot of that yet for their work but a lot of actually reference prop types which is another good way to try to you know.

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"ella pers" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast

AppleInsider Podcast

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"ella pers" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast

"Good yeah see what else did he want he wanted so when you're driving with the navigational with apple maps open on carplay the main screen on the dashboard shows the maps display and the secondary spleen screen that's your iphone display shows the list of stepbystep operations and he's his hope is that more applications could do that now he points at apple for saying that apple should make that happen the truth of the matter is that that's not apples bed at all that's up to the app developer to do something and a good example of that is overcast the podcasting application podcast receiving application so on the dashboard display forgive me forgive me on the dashboard display they have the normal audio kind of player the select the podcasts and select the play pause controls the same way as any other audio application and on the phone they actually keep the overcast applicant interface open that looks much like does when you're connected or not connected so it's up to each active ella per to do that it's not something that's on apple side to fix its who knows exactly how far along this is i mean is it the again this one of those range things that we may never really know does apple make it easy to do this i don't know so is it eighty percent of developer twenty percent an apple is it the other way round is half split here's here's the real problem the real problem is that apple has not done much to convince or encourage people to make carplay applications where everything else.

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"ella pers" Discussed on Unchained

Unchained

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"ella pers" Discussed on Unchained

"Probably feud ways that governance happens in bitcoin for example one of one of the ways that governance happens is through the software development process and you know with open source software at least this grassroots call grassroots open source software development you know everyone essentially has the ability to make changes to the code at least proposed changes to the code but a small group of people actually helps to make the decisions about what actually ends up in the code and actually has committed access meaning the ability to actually make changes to the code and that's the court of elders and we've seen power struggles in bitcoin you know some quarter vela pers of fallen from power like gavin andriessen after the whole craig right fiasco and just like these vicious turf wars right and to me that demonstrates that people are fighting for power and we people who are participating in the system whether it's by buying bitcoin or building businesses on top of bitcoin are putting a great deal of trust in the competence of the court of ella pers to actually think understand the technology well enough to make good decisions about what should be in the code and we're also putting a great deal of trust in the fact that they are not conflicted in a particular way right in this relates to how they're paid there's been a lot in bitcoin particularly there's been a lot of flux about how the quarter vela pers should be our page they be paid by companies within the ecosystem in which case are they gonna make decisions for the good of the company who pays their salary or for the go to the public system should they just be paid by making investments in the particular coin and have to support themselves off of that so there's a lot of questions here and i so for the quarter villagers i definitely see them as a power center i see big miners different type of governance happening in the the transaction processing network and in that manifests through the choice about.

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"ella pers" Discussed on Developer Tea

Developer Tea

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"ella pers" Discussed on Developer Tea

"The things that are true we will continue to reiterate on the show so support thank you again for sending this question in today uh let's start out by saying the most important thing that you can do as an applicant is line yourself with the needs of the business you're applying to or maybe a better way of saying it as solve a problem that they have become necessary if you understand basic psychology than you have to understand the reality of decision making especially when it comes to the hiring process if you are not necessary to the company they're going to have a hard time a justifying a reason for hiring you what most people do in most developers are included in this they accidentally get a job based on their skill set and they acquired that skill set because they wanted to get a job all right so this is a very simple alignment you have a skill set and you're willing to come in and use that skill set for a company but most of ella pers seek out a job and present themselves in the position of need in other words i need a job some going to ask you if you will hire me so many times as put you in a disadvantage position as a potential candidate because what you're bringing to the table is a need and a skill from the hiring managers perspective they are now limited to of fulfilling your need.

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