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"enrico" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast

Italian Wine Podcast

05:33 min | 2 months ago

"enrico" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast

"Is joy livingston. Standing in for stevie kim and this is a show called ambassadors corner on the italian wine club here on clubhouse. I'm here with like the clubhouse organizer and We do these sessions every thursday at eight. Pm central european time. These going to let me know if i forget anything tonight. Am i possibly forgetting anything or is there anything that you want to say before. I get started yet. I'd like to. I say something about the via. It's called vinitaly international academy where mehan jolie. Yeah we studied together for other standing italian wine grape varieties like the gold standard italian. why education. so there's winds coming at this. September thirteen to fifteen at the deadline for the registration is september three. So if you would like to join. The registration is open. But so it's going to be in boston huston seattle. It's an agile addition. And yes. I'm just check on the website and then it also check on if you would like to ask some questions of any inquiries or clarifications about the matter just send an email to via. That's the ira at just do the work dot it. So that's it awesome. Thank you like alright. These sessions here. These are recorded okay and they will be released on the italian wine podcast in the coming weeks. And that's for those people who are not able to you know. Listen in because of their time zones let me just get into just a quick intro. So the idea. Behind the ambassadors corner is to italian why ambassadors and why mothers the opportunity to interview their favourite producer and at the end of the discussion. We will give the audience a chance to participate in the discussion by asking questions. So we have jodi helmand interviewing illegal delap yana. I'm going to let jody introduce vico. But i'm just going to tell everyone about jodi real quick who i who. I've met several times. She has come here to rona for vinitaly. She was at the venice international academy this year. And so i got to chat with her then and she was actually recently. Just on the podcast. She was interviewed so that was awesome. But she's an avid traveler and she especially loves italy and attending all the trade show all around the country and she's currently in. She's a sales consultant for johnson brothers distribution in nevada. In the past she was the western regional manager for the sorting table at. She works in nova as then vada state manager to somalia at sorry for lohr vineyards and wines and she's been assam on the las vegas strip for ten years. So jodi are you there. I am here and there was so let's get going. I'm going to ask you a few questions. Just before you get started. And i totally give the florida. You and i'll stop talking so tell us why you selected enemy coachella piano as your favorite producer. Well furby so enrico just exudes joy and passion everything. He does not just speaking about his family's wine such a champion of their region barbara. Sco that i really wanted more people to know who he wasn't also know about his family. Wary awesome and so what are the learning objectives that we should expect from this. This chat the session. Well think some of the things would be like the key differences between a rural load barbaressos such as the topography and soil along with other types of wines produced there. Of course we always people tend to think of piedmont and just state navio right away. And i always likes to sailing when people ask them. What's the difference between barbara's barreau. He likes to tell them. Why harbor esco is better than rollo. Instead of what the differences. So i think it's now really great to have hear his thoughts on producing lining barbara osco. Okay cool his perspective. Let's see here so last question. How did you discover the winds of cantina eddie So i was part of the import team that launched the winds nationally in the united states. And then i got this at the property. The first time. I came to verona. I took a little side trip in between Via italy twenty seventeen and went to visit child the property and enrico at his family. All right so jodie. It's it's such a pleasure to have you. It's a pleasure to have d'amico who. I don't think i've said hello to yet. Hidehiko meet you lovely to meet you as well yeah. I don't think i've forgotten anything like that. There's anything go ahead leave the floor now to jodi to do her thing thank you. Hi everybody. i'm really excited to have the opportunity to introduce enrico della bianca. If you're not familiar with.

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"enrico" Discussed on The Glossy Beauty Podcast

The Glossy Beauty Podcast

02:41 min | 3 months ago

"enrico" Discussed on The Glossy Beauty Podcast

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"enrico" Discussed on The Glossy Beauty Podcast

The Glossy Beauty Podcast

03:24 min | 3 months ago

"enrico" Discussed on The Glossy Beauty Podcast

"Arou- and here with me today is enrico fresno the founder and ceo of peace out skin-care. Welcome and we go all right. Thank you for having me and we go You know. I am fascinated by how many acne brands there are in the market right now you know from patches to pimple creams. It's like acmes cool again. And i'm just wondering you know peace out has been one of the standouts at sephora. Especially how did you guys come up with this idea. Well the the because of my own personal struggling dot game. I think that's a big puerto defense station on developing the product set out. The brands star being unoccupied activity from day. One size struggle without communal life. I tried everything to give me the vet and eventually started taking antibiotics the help so eventually i started taking acting which cleared out my acne but after a couple of years a cab. Getting those occasional breakouts and does occasional breakout made me feel super insecure. Just like when. I was a teenager. We'd act in our the want anybody to see me at the wanna talk to my friends by finally Because nobody had acting like i did and it was just temporary. Go away But you have been a teenager. Plus canadian not having a community to talk to explain your mental struggle. You going to going to Those challenging and when. I found the piece out. I wanted to make sure that a set of launching first america and effective products that deliver on the promises but also that we build a strong acupuncture community where people can talk openly about the mental struggles of acne in talk openly and educate one another us as a brand. Educate them on what we know about. Arkin i'll can we help support To the acting journey so tell me a little bit about the patches because it seems like all of a sudden we're in like a patch revolution. You know your patches are obviously on the market there's others like zits tikka and star face which are a little bit more gen z. In bulled. I'm wondering like how you thought. The patch was really the solve or like the nexus of peace out. I mean we don't be photos brands Launch than they might be a came. When i had about breakout and drugstore and i ended up looking on the winker section because i try to the case action and i stumbled upon mukalla dressing. And he said absorbs fluids and like pulls out bacteria. I was like okay. I'm gonna try to everything so now. Why trade this. And that's where we. That's where i about the patch and also the twenty percents study see. Cassie appeal went to sleep. And i woke up. And my pimples were flat as they must gone so the definitely twenty percents that i seek esi was too i but that's what i thought. Okay we have something that can absorb the campbell's by al. We make these into an active. Because he's not just about absorbent but you also have to think about the reminisced information bacteria that comes with a pimple in. That's where i thought about infusing vera to address the inflammation redness and articles bacteria with cast. It makes us the first ever kolonaki dot were able to infuse any active.

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Breaking Mad: Donizetti's Lucia Di Lammermoor

Aria Code

02:12 min | 3 months ago

Breaking Mad: Donizetti's Lucia Di Lammermoor

"Role is to marry a prince as an a fairytale and to keep her mouth shut and if the husband does not please her too bad no expectation of love. That's not the deal. The deal is property and power so it would have been a restricted life and she would have had to keep her girlish longings to herself. She has no choices at all. It's understood that she will do what her brother wants. Enrico is not going to be swayed from his empire-building intention to unite her with arturo. She's just a product an object. They have no love for her. She was like a bird caught in a cage. Pretty little bird. Who could sing so beautifully and could never leave. Couldn't leave the cage. Until blood was her exit and her demise. By the time donizetti composed lucia longer more in eighteen. Thirty five mad scenes were fairly common on the italian opera stage and it was almost becoming expected thought. An opera with a strong central female character would end with some sort of burst into hallucination or dissociation but lucci is different from some of the other mad scenes that were popular around this time in setting up a lot of clues earlier on that. Lucia is at least unusual. Highly impressionable highly emotional and various cereal. I mean she talks to ghosts. She sees ghosts. She's not quite of this earth.

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"enrico" Discussed on Point God with Baron Davis

Point God with Baron Davis

01:43 min | 4 months ago

"enrico" Discussed on Point God with Baron Davis

"He did. What yeah yeah And it was on. Yeah it was all your warriors. I'm enrico was. I wasn't there. I was in house in la. Okay with the clippers bucked Just that day though. That whole day was crazy. 'cause i was. Nba was following me. That day you know during the rookie thing. And i remember. I got to the game at four o'clock in the game was at seven thirty. Yeah so i got real early like feeling good and through the first half i was planning trash.

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"enrico" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

10:00 min | 4 months ago

"enrico" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Community. Okay what's going on in the pulsar community. You community management's tough the whole community management ron kuban. Eddie's has always been interesting to me because it's so big it's so shared and so corporate told me about community management dynamics in open source. Gimme like your lessons inclusive to helper anyone that get in touch with the project to be able to speak because many people i really i know. Sometimes you have a problem. And you're shy. You don't want to send a message on to dominion list. Have a problem because you are afraid to look stupid or to a pet so big effort from a community respective is to be present on slack on demeaning to give answers to let people feel that they are welcome to community and because i know that if an open source project dozen tavern users it dies and i always say that if a project doesn't have bugs it is a product that no one uses. So if you start a project and your guitar issues tab reports zero issues. You're sure that no one is using your software so it's not really open source it's not a community and so it is very important to the new people that try to interact with the project to feel welcome and then they can grow up. They can become committed so they can take responsibility on the project because being a hearing project is not always being able to write code to be a super grade engineer that knows about distributors stems or this or this stuff about the caring about the project for instance. I left my previous job. And now i'm continuing to support the open source project that i was part of not only the project that now i am working on poster and bookkeeper but also in parts of other open source project and this is very important. The community one of the motto of the participation is community over code. And i'm very happy that more and more of we are accepting yukon meters that are writing to communication. There are preparing events community events because this is very important source project at least listens the purchaser foundations. They are more about community. All right well touch on a lot of areas can you take me inside pulsar right now. Take me inside. What's the hardest engineering problem that pulsars working on right now the pulsar communities dot com we recently released it big features a search transactions support. It was a missing featuring importer. We're working on this. But this is the most interesting feature that we're working on. We're also working in reducing a little bit of tax debt because even if the project is very young depressing grew so quickly during the past two years that many many many features sweat added and soil. When you have a very logical base you have to take care about. Many things for instance. We spent the process. Six months reducing problems with flaky. Tests for instance. Because if you have many flaky tests you and you run request validation than rigorous validation face in new contributors. That come you send the patch and face and you don't know why and you'll get frustrated and also if you have many tricky test you're not confident with the release so that wasn't very interesting problem a little bit annoying but is very interesting because we spend much time in trying to find a good way to fix this problem and another interesting engineering. Work that is happening is about the abstracting from this zookeeper. Api because poor sur rance with bookkeeper and zookeeper but there are many faces in the code data referring directly to zookeeper api. So there were many problems. So we're introducing an abstraction layer over to keep her that it's not about removing zookeeper is about reducing tech deb and having a better way to see the code of pause and yes. It's an opportunity to get rid of the keeper. If you want to get rid of the keeper we already did this in bookkeeper project and refractory code. It's very odd because in this kind of project that very mission critical even if tests are piece passing. You don't know because sometimes you inverted two lines of code and when you run that code at scale you can see disasters. I saw that things in production one nine of code every was passing everything. Look good food code reviews but when run in production scale it crashes so making cadre. Factoring is good reducing tech. Deb is good and we must read but it's dangerous. We are doing our best to make rock solid stable and more stable in this way everybody can count on poser set of acceptance tests or key. Tell me about the integration testing system. And how you make a decentralized because it has to be decentralized across an open source community sure we have at least three years the open source project as its own and before accepting any request to we have to see all tests passing about unit test integration tests. So you start the service system tests you stop the service with dark hair and thinks this is usually not enough for a system like poser because you can see more eight cluster of five ten. Were under the machine so only one on one machine. So other companies for instance in my team. We are running additional tests. So we are running this intestine. Ci but i give it to last week at post-summit about the distributor system test framework that we have a data stocks and contributed to eat in order to use it for pollster. The name of the system is allowed. Did this basically about running real distributed tests. That is about you start. Cluster of machines. On google. Cuban engine or in open stock. Or whatever you want then you insular real cluster of poser with three five ten twenty machines and then you ran a workload and you verify automatically. Is that everything went. Well you can inject failures so this kind of test. Were missing in the poser. Open source project and now in my team. We are working to contribute this test to the community but we are already running these kinds of tasks at data stocks. Because we want to be sure that posada really runs well and you can count on it and it is not enough to see that s passing the unit tests per single integration test. You really must have a way to see. Every day to lounge. Clusters with machines run porcelain similarly to real world workloads and you can see that every comet or in the purchaser master does not break things and the adapted three or four weeks ago there was a regression and we saw it because our tests started to fail tests the send one meal messages with one hundred per topic and started to fade and saw with the community. We found with care 'cause and we put the community to find the fix. Actually i did not find the fix other engineers from other companies. From the fix the fix bought. It's a community this has been an illuminating conversation on a lot of level so enrico thank you for coming on. The show is there. Is there anything you you'd like to close out the conversation with. I know we touched on a lot of different topics ernie point you'd like to underline that you were really hoping to come across in this episode. They beth thing that i can say i really enjoy. That also is a healthy community and the community is growing. And i hope that everybody in the court system will do it his best to make pulitzer a great project with many users. And to be something you can trust on and you can build enterprise level systems awesome. Enrico thanks for coming on. Thank you very much..

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"enrico" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

10:00 min | 4 months ago

"enrico" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Community. Okay what's going on in the pulsar community. You community management's tough the whole community management ron kuban. Eddie's has always been interesting to me because it's so big it's so shared and so corporate told me about community management dynamics in open source. Gimme like your lessons inclusive you have to helper anyone that get in touch with the project to be able to speak because many people i really i know. Sometimes you have a problem. And you're shy. You don't want to send a message on to dominion list. Have a problem because you are afraid to look stupid or to a pet so big effort from a community respective is to be present on slack on demeaning to give answers to let people feel that they are welcome to community and because i know that if an open source project dozen tavern users it dies and i always say that if a project doesn't have bugs it is a product that no one uses. So if you start a project and your guitar issues tab reports zero issues. You're sure that no one is using your software so it's not really open source it's not a community and so it is very important to the new people that try to interact with the project to feel welcome and then they can grow up. They can become committed. They can take responsibility on the project because being a hearing project is not always being able to write code to be a super grade engineer that knows about distributors stems or this or this stuff about the caring about the project for instance. I left my previous job. And now i'm continuing to support the open source project that i was part of not only the project that now. I am working on poster and bookkeeper but also in part of our project and this is very important. The community one of the motto of the participation is community over code. And i'm very happy that more and more of we are accepting yukon meters that are ready to communication. They are preparing events community events because this is very important source project at least in the purchaser foundations. They are more about community. All right well touched on a lot of areas you know. Can you take me inside. Pulsar right now. Take me inside. What's the hardest engineering problem that pulsars working on right now the pulsar communities or calm we recently released it big features a search transactions support. It was a missing featuring importer. We're working on this. But this is the most interesting feature that we're working on. We're also working in reducing little bit of tax debt because even if the project is very young depressing grew so quickly during the past two years that many many many features sweat added and soil. When you have a very logical base you have to take care about. Many things for instance. We spent the process. Six months reducing problems with flaky. Tests for instance. Because if you have many flaky tests you and you run request validation than rigorous validation face in new contributors. That come you send the patch and face and you don't know why and you'll get frustrated and also if you have many tricky test you're not confident with the release so that wasn't very interesting problem a little bit annoying but is very interesting because we spend much time in trying to find a good way to fix this problem and another interesting engineering. Work that is happening is about the abstracting from this zookeeper. Api because poor sur rance with bookkeeper and zookeeper but there are many faces in the code data referring directly to zookeeper api. So there were many problems. So we're introducing an abstraction layer over to keep her that it's not about removing zookeeper is about reducing tech deb and having a better way to see the code of pause and yes it's opportunity to get rid of the keeper if you want to get rid of the keeper. We already did this. In bookkeeper project and refractory code. It's very odd because in this kind of project that very mission critical even if tests are piece passing. You don't know because sometimes you inverted two lines of code and when you run that code at scale you can see disasters. I saw that things in production one nine of code every was passing everything. Look good food code reviews but when run in production scale it crashes so making cadre. Factoring is good reducing tech. Deb is good and we must read but it's dangerous. We are doing our best to make rock solid stable and more stable in this way everybody can count on poser set of acceptance tests or key. Tell me about the integration testing system. And how you make a decentralized because it has to be decentralized across an open source community sure we have at least three years the open source project as its own. Ci and before accepting any request to we have to see all tests passing about unit test integration tests. So you start the service system tests you stop the service with dark hair and thinks this is usually not enough for a system like poser because you can see more eight cluster of five ten. Were under the machine so only one on one machine. So other companies for instance in my team. We are running additional tests. So we are running this intestine. Ci but i give it to last week at post-summit about the distributor system tests framework that we have a data stocks and contributed to eat in order to use it for pollster. The name of the system is allowed. Did this basically about running real distributed tests. That is about you start. Cluster of machines on google Bernice engine or in open stock or whatever you want then you insular real cluster of poser with three five ten twenty machines and then you ran a workload and you verify automatically. Is that everything went. Well you can inject failures so this kind of test. Were missing in the poser. Open source project and now in my team. We are working to contribute this test to the community but we are already running this kind of tasks at data stocks. Because we want to be sure that posada really runs well and you can count on it and it is not enough to see that s passing the unit tests per single integration test. You really must have a way to see. Every day to lounge. Clusters with machines run porcelain similarly to real world workloads and you can see that every comet or in the purchaser master does not break things and the adapted three or four weeks ago there was a regression and we saw it because our tests started to fail tests the send one meal messages with one hundred per topic and started to fade and saw with the community. We found with care 'cause and we put the community to find the fix. Actually i did not find the fix other engineers from other companies. From the fix the fix bought. It's a community this has been an illuminating conversation on a lot of level so enrico thank you for coming on. The show is there. Is there anything you you'd like to close out the conversation with. I know we touched on a lot of different topics ernie point you'd like to underline that you were really hoping to come across in this episode. They beth thing that i can say i really enjoy. That also is a healthy community and the community is growing. And i hope that everybody in the court system will do it his best to make pulitzer a great project with many users. And to be something you can trust on and you can build enterprise level systems awesome. Enrico thanks for coming on. Thank you very much..

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"enrico" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

05:03 min | 4 months ago

"enrico" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"What are you an expert on giving really for somebody. Who's not an expert here giving very good answers. Yes yes but because the in this case this case. I can't more about bookkeeper. Because posts places data on goalkeeper servers. The name of bookkeeper server is the bookie and so you can configure the bookie brookline in this case is a poster roker to place the data according to placement policy. And you can use a basement. Boys radio out of the box that deal with multi regions but also you can deal with the fourth remains and this is one of the interesting features of bookkeeper because you can configure you can specify many properties about where you want to steal your data for instance. I want to have a six copies of my data and one that three copies to wonder center and or to one fold zone and the other copies goes to another center to another place. And i want to be sure that this configuration is in place and if something breaks. That is something that fixes. The placement started daytime replaced. Data in other places for instance. If you lose a iraq talking about recor where iraq weirdness or original. It's very advanced that end. I know about many companies that are running very complex placement policy configurations like salesforce. For instance and poster can leverage all of these features form bookkeeper out of the books because it is a layer on top of bookkeeper. So what. You're telling me this. This so kafka i think of as not it's a roo super-rich high level message bus ecosystem but it almost sounds like it's sort of like the garbage collected version of what pulsar is where pulsar. You have a little bit more fine. Grain control over the resource management whereas in kafka you have finer grain control over the api and the application interactions festival. Pulsar is second-generation. So it was born after kafka. Who design poser. Started from these three of kafka. Okay but i want to say that sorry. Pi is very very full of features. And you ever. The puzzle client api in java and python and other bindings in c. plus plus but. Also you have a cer- a your that. He's very like to connect for instance impulsive of the schema registry that these imbedded in the system so when you are working with poster you start thinking about the issue wanted you can use it you can use it to out of the box scheme registry so you can use avro. You can include data with jason. You don't have to configure. Sarah lighter civilized us everything is android out medically by police or so there possibly is richer than calf. Kpi i'm coming from kafka and when i started to use poser in my previous company i really like it. They enjoyed poser. There were many things that i could with kafka and now like a recording or avarice chemo management and impulsive. You have them really out of the box separate question. I believe there has been a pulsar company. I know they got acquired right. The polls company got acquired. Didn't they there is no or compares no pulsar company. Okay no poster was born inside. Yeah i realized that. But i thought there was accompanied productized. It and i think they were on the show and it didn't work out for one reason or another my thinking at the time was basically because somebody asked me about this somebody was asking about investing in it and i said i think it's dangerous because and this is like i've built products in the wrong market before several different times. It's been very hard. But you know my thinking at the time was kafka has the microphone. Everybody's gonna use kafka there's just or concious. Maybe google puffs up. Maybe but basically you're gonna use kafka or read as pops up maybe or random q. Maybe but basically you're using kafka if you're building a platform on top of pub sub and i got what they were saying about pulsar. To the extent that i understood it was different. And i understood that there were trade offs and that had value and that the bookkeeper abstraction was meaningful and i was always partial to the keeper suffix because beds zookeeper zookeeper. Mascot is probably the best patch. You i con. i've seen the guy with zookeeper mascot. The guy standing there with a shovel good anyway. Yeah so. I knew pulsar was good..

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"enrico" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

08:48 min | 4 months ago

"enrico" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"I really don't have any problem. Promoting g too. I because i have been a power user of their services and i gotta tell you. It will accelerate your development cadence. Let's go a little bit. Deeper there you're describing ick fundamental design difference between pulsar and kafka saying pulsar was designed with multi datacenter replication in mind in the resultant. Difference if i want to have geo replication is in kafka if i want that i have to pay the penalty of this mirror maker abstraction so can you tell me what the mirror maker abstraction does is does that cause overhead. Is it like what does that do and must admitted that. I've never used mirror making production so it is out of my experience. I only know this from the ducks. Because i used to run kafka button only on single data center in clusters. Okay but as far as i know this mirror maker is about explicitly. Configuring these bridges this ton. There's between clusters so you have to connect the topics you have to start one service that copies data. From one data centers center there is no explicit the concept of replicated subscription so you can not ever subscription that is from the other side of the cluster. Imposer you know. The data must travel from one that center way. So it's not about the problem of free peak hitting the data. If you want to get the data you have to replicate the talk. But it's more about out to eat because impulse are there. Is these sherrod configuration meta data store. That adds you in coordinating all of the clusters and paul sir internals. The are broker deals directly with your replication. Is not something that you had so expose us to some of the pain that somebody implementing multi datacenter replication has to go through. I can't imagine setting this up so just tell me like what does it take to set up pulsar. That is running multi datacenter. Okay i must. I more low level engineer and i like to work on bookkeeper and discus and stuff so i know about jerry occasion. I in our it works. But it's not something that i'm used to talk about buy. Yes basically if wants to sit up. Jury -plication purser to set up this clusters and you have to set up sherrod the confidential store typically you can use a global zookeeper installation but there is a way also impala sarah to configure location without these sherrod keeper system and from the command line. You can tell to euro poser cluster. That it is federated with another cluster and debt seats. It's very simple so it's not even that hard. What are the failure domains that you hit in multi datacenter environments rather than single data center environments. Again i'm not very expert of this stuff which i asked about. What are you an expert on. You're giving really for somebody. Who's not an expert here giving very good answers. Yes yes but because the in this case this case. I can't more about bookkeeper. Because posts places data on goalkeeper servers. The name of bookkeeper server is the bookie and so you can configure the bookie brookline in this case is a poster roker to place the data according to placement policy. And you can use a basement. Boys radio out of the box that deal with multi regions but also you can deal with the fourth remains and this is one of the interesting features of bookkeeper because you can configure you can specify many properties about where you want to store your data for instance. I want to have a six copies of my data and one that three copies to wonder center and or to one fold zone and the other copies goes to another center to another place. And i want to be sure that this configuration is in place and if something breaks. That is something that fixes. The placement started daytime replaced. Data in other places for instance. If you lose a iraq talking about wrecker where iraq weirdness or original. It's very advanced that end. I know about many companies that are running very complex placement policy configurations like salesforce. For instance and poster can leverage all of these features form bookkeeper out of the books because it is a layer on top of bookkeeper. So what. You're telling me this. This so kafka i think of as not it's a roo super-rich high level message bus ecosystem but it almost sounds like it's sort of like the garbage collected version of what pulsar is where pulsar. You have a little bit more fine. Grain control over the resource management whereas in kafka you have finer grain control over the api and the application interactions festival. Pulsar is second-generation. So it was born after kafka. So who design poser. Started from these. Three of kafka. Okay but i want to say that sorry. Pi is very very full of features. And you ever. The puzzle client api in java and python and other bindings in c. plus plus but. Also you have a professor a your that. He's very like to connect for instance impulsive of the schema registry these imbedded in the system. So when you are working with poster you start thinking about the issue wanted you can use it. You can use it to out of the box scheme registry so you can use avro. You can include data with jason. You don't have to configure sarah lighter. Civilized interest everything is android out medically by police or so there possibly is richer than calf kpi. I'm coming from kafka. And when i started to use poser in my previous company i really like it. They enjoyed poser. There were many things that i could with kafka and now like a recording or avarice chemo management and impulsive. You have them really out of the box separate question. I believe there has been a pulsar company. I know they got acquired right. The polls company got acquired. Didn't they there is no or compares no pulsar company. Okay no poster was born inside. Yeah i realized that. But i thought there was accompanied productized. It and i think they were on the show and it didn't work out for one reason or another my thinking at the time was basically because somebody asked me about this somebody was asking about investing in it and i said i think it's dangerous because and this is like i've built products in the wrong market before several different times. It's been very hard. But you know my thinking at the time was kafka has the microphone. Everybody's gonna use kafka. There's just or concious maybe google pups up. Maybe but basically you're gonna use kafka or read as pops up maybe or random q. Maybe but basically you're using kafka if you're building a platform on top of pub sub and i got what they were saying about pulsar. To the extent that i understood it was different. And i understood that there were trade offs and that had value and that the bookkeeper abstraction was meaningful and i was always partial to the keeper suffix because beds zookeeper zookeeper. Mascot is probably the best patch. You icon. I've seen the guy with zookeeper mascot. The guy standing there with a shovel anyway. Yeah so. I knew pulsar was good..

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"enrico" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

04:17 min | 4 months ago

"enrico" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"But yes i am. Not a cassandra expert right now. So if we're talking. About what. Makes cassandra special so i know it's a distributed database. I know it's masterless. I know i can use it in similar contexts when i would use mongo. Db or presumed dynamo db and my understanding. Is that one thing that's difficult to do is please inform me if i'm wrong about this but this is just. I've been thinking about my conversation with jonathan. I was trying to understand. Like what's going on here so i think what you have is. You have cassandra and cassandra's good in Single data center context. But if you wanna have. Multi datacenter cassandra. You want somebody to pass messages between the two data centers. Pulsar is how you do that really. I'm not an expert. Or cassandra. But since i started working in data stocks i so many amazing things about cassandra and multi-region moody that center without poster. So even. I'm not expert of cassandra. I'm sure that there are many great things that you can do. Because really i now that i work at that. I heard about many interesting stories about this. And i also following from a distance many words that my colleagues are doing on astra tb and several esa and multi region is so. I believe that cassandra made the great things. Also if you put the poster into the game this another power because also also was designed initially with jerry -plication and it was cloud native. So i believe that if you can join cassandra with sarah you can do great things in this direction. I mean of having multiple centers multiple clouds. Do i understand it correctly. That pulsar is multi datacenter available in a way. That kafka is not yet sure because out of the box provides djuric location. That is you can like figure eight multiple clusters and you can write to one cluster and subscribe to the same topic from another cluster. And then you can seemingly see connect to a remote cluster and data is replicated automatically so you have replicated remote subscription in another data centers so one of the key feature of pulsar jerry And you know in africa you use mirrow maker the stuff that is creating bridges between cluster us and it's not that that's sport. Let's jog our memories here for people who have already listened to the jonathan analysts episode. Why can i make a multi datacenter approach with pulsar than with kafka like. Why is that technical level as old impulse her. You can insult trust in one data center in one region. One cloud on amazon. Whatever one you can. Easily another pulsa cluster. In as you're whatever you want and you can connect them they will share some jerky custer meter data and they will talk to each other and then you can connect one cluster and read them right to the other cluster. In totally seamless way in kafka. You can insult kind into those two data centers but you have to set up bridges with mirror maker. And then you can connect create a specific policies in order to see your messages around from one center to the data center and it is very easy. You just had to connect the clusters and avid. These are global configuration.

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"enrico" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

05:28 min | 4 months ago

"enrico" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Us for instance or to create too. Complex hierarchies into keep her you have observer notes so you can create very complex of clusters of zookeepers and this is contributed by facebook also. They contribute a lot of stuff about civil ability. Metrics high collaborated with them with new metric system. One step at a time. They could do many things that allow you to run to keep her again. It's kayla and at facebook skid if we imagine the ideal metric system firs zookeeper. What are the kpi's that metric system. Oh everybody into keeper kadish about heavily because usually if the keeper is not available nothing works and latency because you know usually use it for locks or to share configuration dates so it is important that you're very fast in rights but also the notifications of the changes. Are they fast. So i would bet on those two metrics availability and latest was it. Typical ratio of reeds to rights on zookeeper. Is it even be defense system. And i believe that probably it is better that you read more often than right. But it's not always the case. I know i work at in system that used zookeeper mosley for the super deluxe so for a disease to the lucky to right to acquire lock so it was the right. It depends on your case. I always forget. This always makes me feel dumb when i talk about. Cassandra but i can't remember how the masterless system works. I think it has something to do with gossip. But can you remind me how cassandra works without having lock server I know either good. You really do you work for data stacks or did i get that wrong. Oh yes i know that. It's gossip beyond since really. I am the pulse. Our guy see so you do work in tax yes. Hey working stream team and we're working for sir okay. And we are connecting purser. With cassandra i also every time. I can intel price level connector between potter and cassandra and i'm working also in the new series of connectors for captured change. But yes i am. Not a cassandra expert right now. So if we're talking. About what. Makes cassandra special so i know it's a distributed database. I know it's masterless. I know i can use it in similar contexts when i would use mongo. Db or presumed dynamo db and my understanding. Is that one thing that's difficult to do is please inform me if i'm wrong about this but this is just. I've been thinking about my conversation with jonathan. I was trying to understand. Like what's going on here so i think what you have is. You have cassandra and cassandra's good in Single data center context. But if you wanna have. Multi datacenter cassandra. You want somebody to pass messages between the two data centers. Pulsar is how you do that really. I'm not an expert. Or cassandra. But since i started working in data stocks i so many amazing things about cassandra and multi-region moody that center without poster. So even. I'm not expert of cassandra. I'm sure that there are many great things that you can do. Because really i now that i work at that. I heard about many interesting stories about this. And i also following from a distance many words that my colleagues are doing on astra tb and several esa and multi region is so. I believe that cassandra made the great things. Also if you put the poster into the game this another power because also also was designed initially with jerry -plication and it was cloud native. So i believe that if you can join cassandra with sarah you can do great things in this direction. I mean of having multiple centers multiple clouds. Do i understand it correctly. That pulsar is multi datacenter available in a way. That kafka is not yet sure because out of the box provides djuric location. That is you can like figure eight multiple clusters and you can write to one cluster and subscribe to the same topic from another cluster. And then you can seemingly see connect to a remote cluster and data is replicated out medically so you have replicated remote subscription in another data centers so one of the key feature of pulsar jerry And you know in africa you use mirrow maker the stuff that is.

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"enrico" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:37 min | 4 months ago

"enrico" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Us for instance or to create too. Complex hierarchies into keep her you have observer notes so you can create very complex of clusters of zookeepers and this is contributed by facebook also. They contribute a lot of stuff about civil ability. Metrics high collaborated with them with new metric system. One step at a time. They could do many things that allow you to run to keep her again. It's kayla and at facebook skid if we imagine the ideal metric system firs zookeeper. kpi's that metric system. Oh everybody into keeper kadish about heavy because usually if the keeper is not available nothing works and latency because you know usually use it for locks or to share configuration dates so it is important that you're very fast in rights but also the notifications of the changes. Are they fast. So i would bet on those two metrics availability and latest was it. Typical ratio of reeds to rights on zookeeper. Is it even be defense system. And i believe that probably it is better that you read more often than right. But it's not always the case. I know i work at in system that used zookeeper mosley for the super deluxe so for a disease to the lucky to right to acquire lock so it was the right. It depends on your case. I always forget. This always makes me feel dumb when i talk about. Cassandra but i can't remember how the masterless system works. I think it has something to do with gossip. But can you remind me how cassandra works without having lock server I know no good. You really do you work for data stacks or did i get that wrong. Oh yes i know that. It's gossip beyond since really am the pulse. Our guy so you do work in tax yes. Hey working stream team and we're working full sir. Okay and we are connecting purser. With cassandra i also every time. I can intel price level connector between potter and cassandra and i'm working also in the new series of connectors for captured change..

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"enrico" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:34 min | 4 months ago

"enrico" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Enrico welcome to the show. Hello. it's really great to have you here. I had a conversation just a few days ago. With jonathan ellis who is one of the founders of data. Stacks which is the cassandra company and cassandra's very interesting distributed database. That's been around for a while in the open source. Project has grown in parallel with the company data. Stacks now as data sex's grown. It's had a few crossroads in product development and the direction that you've gone recently with pulsar is strategically interesting. Because i can't think of kind of a strategic movement of a infrastructure sas company that is similar to this. oh in order to explain the novelty to the listenership. Let's just go right into. I think people who don't know cassandra. Or who don't know data sacks can look back into our old episodes but let's just fast forward to assuming people know what cassandra is the data taxes. How why is it patchy pulsar relevant to your company. Yes because a patrick balser allows you to move your data next to your where you want to store. And we want to process your data so okay you can data in europe. Cassandra your cal service but you have to connect it with of the other systems in your prize or connect with your third party systems and pulsar. You can achieve easily this because it is scalable. It was designed with multi..

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"enrico" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:34 min | 4 months ago

"enrico" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Enrico welcome to the show. Hello. it's really great to have you here. I had a conversation just a few days ago. With jonathan ellis who is one of the founders of data stacks which is the cassandra company and sanders very interesting distributed database. That's been around for a while and the open source project has grown in parallel with the company data. Stacks now as data sex's grown. It's had a few crossroads in product development and the direction that you've gone recently with pulsar is strategically interesting. Because i can't think of kind of a strategic movement of a infrastructure sas company that is similar to this. oh in order to explain the novelty to the listenership. Let's just go right into. I think people who don't know cassandra. Or who don't know data sacks can look back into our old episodes but let's just fast forward to assuming people know what cassandra is the data taxes. How why is it patchy pulsar relevant to your company. Yes because a patrick balser allows you to move your data next to your where you want to store. And we want to process your data so okay you can data in europe. Cassandra your cal service but you have to connect it with of the other systems in your prize or connect with your third party systems and pulsar. You can achieve easily this because it is scalable. It was designed with multi..

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Latino Leaders in Iowa Discuss Closing Vaccination Gap In Their Community

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:51 sec | 8 months ago

Latino Leaders in Iowa Discuss Closing Vaccination Gap In Their Community

"The iowa department of public health says fewer than two percent of doses administered have gone to latinos on. Nearly eighty percent have gone to whites. Joe enrico henry of the iowa league of united latin american citizens feels the overall effort has been geared toward personal access. Which doesn't help minority groups. This is not rocket science. They should not be pleasing. The responsibility upon a community members to get access to find out how to access e feels. There should be more culturally appropriate outreach and places like grocery stores and we says latino communities face many disadvantages including lack of information languages other than english and technology gaps to sign up for appointments online. The state health department did not respond to a request for comment before deadline. But it does have a multi lingual cova nineteen phone

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"enrico" Discussed on EDMlivesets & Podcasts

EDMlivesets & Podcasts

1:03:41 hr | 9 months ago

"enrico" Discussed on EDMlivesets & Podcasts

The first record to sell over a million copies: 'Vesti la giubba' sung by the Italian opera singer Enrico Caruso

AT40

01:06 min | 11 months ago

The first record to sell over a million copies: 'Vesti la giubba' sung by the Italian opera singer Enrico Caruso

"When our founding host Casey Casey, highlighted the first song in history to sell a million copies. Right now, the story of the first recording ever to sell one million copies in the early years when the recording industry was just getting started recorded. Music was treated as anomaly, and most of the songs they recorded in those days were usually old standards. Well, one of the first songs to sell many copies was recorded by a famous female opera singer named Alma Gluck. Backed by a male chorus and orchestra. It was the state Song of Virginia, and it was released in 1911 with nothing on the flip side of the record. Then the same recording was re released in 1915 and by 1918, according to the music historian Joseph Morales. Carry me back toe over. Jenny had managed to sell a million copies at a time when they were barely a million record players in the whole world. And though it took about seven years, it became the first recording in history to sell a million copies, a distinction that can never be erased from the 18 40 Book of Records on now, Here's

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How those $600 checks are being spent

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:26 min | 11 months ago

How those $600 checks are being spent

"We turn now to the gains to be had from those six hundred dollar relief checks. That started going out a couple of weeks ago and when we might expect to start seeing them show up in this economy. Marketplace's merrill cigars been talking to some people about how they are spending or not spending that money. When austin flannery in greenville south carolina got his six hundred dollar check he decided to splurge i on a barbecue dinner with his girlfriend. Brisket beans potato salad iced tea. But meals like seventy bucks then on some clothes like a fifty dollar pair of pants. Then he saw painting at a local store of some french actor from the eighteen hundreds. Who's all dressed up and smoking. A pipe bought that too. And then i went home and i was like man. He needs to be tattooed on me. He looked so elegant. So i got a tattoo of them on his forearm. Another four hundred bucks. When flannery got the first check. In this spring. He used it to pay off medical bills but he had just lost his job. An insurance company since then. He's gotten a new job luckily enough. I'm gonna financial place right now. Where i could afford to have a little bit of fun so i did. One reason. the government is sending out. Checks is so that people like flannery will spend money another is economic relief. I heard from people. Today who used the money to pay for necessities like rent heating oil in san diego catherine alinsky. Her husband got twelve hundred dollars. Some of that went toward just still trying to survive specifically gas and electric. They saved the rest alinsky. A hairstylist and her salon is currently shutdown. Honestly who knows what twenty twenty one is gonna look like for work for me and we always just want to be more prepared than less. A lot of people are using the money to set themselves up financially. Like hector enrico in chicago. Me and my fiancee. We plan to buy a house soon. So definitely trying to pay off debt to No build a credit get a better interest rate on the mortgage and he's using some of the money to buy raffle prizes for his students. He teaches phys ed at a pre k. Through eight public school. I like to give out little pedometers. I get them at like target sometimes. Thirty twenty bucks Jump ropes at the dollar store. One thing i heard over and over a lot of people are giving a portion of their check away. Two neighbors family members and charities like food banks. I'm maryelle tara for marketplace

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What happened at the University of Chicago during the Manhattan Project?

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:49 min | 1 year ago

What happened at the University of Chicago during the Manhattan Project?

"Next week marks the seventy fifth anniversary of atomic bombs being dropped on japan. It's one of the most controversial decisions in us. History research resulted in the weapons of mass. Destruction took place at several locations but chicago became one of the main science centers. I spoke with writer. Terry mcclellan mcandrew about the work done in the state and the reasons chicago was a manhattan project site while there were several reasons wine wise. It was the home of arthur holly compton who was a physicist who was already working on some of this chicago is also seen as centrally located in the country. So that other manhattan project. Scientists around the country could excess it fairly readily also the university of chicago approved of being a manhattan project site and supported it. This work going on people unaware of it in a very busy location in a major city. It seems dangerous it does doesn't it It was a secret project and secrecy was something that was drilled into everyone's minds who worked on the manhattan project there have been some oral histories taking of people who worked on the project. And one was of william. J nicholson who helped. Create the pile as it was called. That was what became the nuclear reactor that developed the first self sustaining nuclear reaction at the university of chicago and he talks about this need for secrecy and how it was drilled into all of staff there there were known agents of the german government in and around the university of chicago and we were told that and that We were not to reveal anything of what you do. Don't take up with strangers If you're having a sandwich someplace or beer or whatever Watch out that people who may engage you in conversation. would be damaging to the war effort and that the they may actually be the enemy so one huge question that comes up about this manhattan project site at the university of chicago in the in. The middle of this metropolitan side is where danger. Was there a danger to the university chicago illinois even the mid west region and the physicists. I spoke to said in essence no the nuclear reactor that the scientists were developing at the chicago at chicago was very low powered in comparison to what we see today at most. It could have powered a two hundred watt lightbulb therefore it was not putting out the kind of radiation that one of our nuclear directors today could could do in there for the harm was not significant. Now there was some danger to the people who were in the room where that nuclear reactor was working one of the dangers. Although the scientists in charge had done innumerable calculations to make sure the danger was very small. There was still a worried that the nuclear reactor could get out of control and they took protection against that and they had what they called the suicide squad two to three men who stood atop the nuclear reactor with the cadman solution. So that in case it did run away and start to melt down. They would pour this over the pile and hopefully it would stop but as one. Scientists told me the suicide squad would not live to tell about it. The first nuclear reaction took place there and it was momentous you know especially when you think about it in terms of what would come later but at the time from what i read in your story to those folks sorta matter of fact it was a big deal but their reaction was a bit anti-climactic. They basically broke out a bottle of chianti and also signed the basket that the bottle of chianti was in and that was pretty much it. The physicists i talked to said that the lead scientists on the reactor enrico fermi was so sure he had done endless calculations he carried his slide rule around with him for those who don't know what a slide rule is. That was your pre computer calculator in the days and he cared around with him. He did endless calculations to make sure he knew what was going to happen with this nuclear reactor and so it went exactly as planned and in essence while it was an enormous event. It changed our lives. It changed science and international relations forever. The scientists there. Just pretty much congratulated. Each other broke out a bottle

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Leaf Botany - Shape

On The Ledge

06:14 min | 1 year ago

Leaf Botany - Shape

"It comes to leave talk and God knows I love Lee Talk. There are a little terms. Bandied around that you may or may not be familiar with. I'm going to run through some of them now just to give you an idea of the range of terminology that you can use to describe leaves. I mean why bother you can say well. Relief is round or it's pointy or it's holy. Why bother with all these specialists terms well part of the reason? Is that as you get more into this hobby? No doubt you'll start reading up online and in books about plants and you'll find these terms start to come up and learning. These terms just helps to enhance your understanding of what you're reading. So what are the some of the terms that you're likely to come across? Well let's start at the very basic level with the leaf walk makes up the structure of the leaf. Well the Lamma is the blade of the leaf. The flatbed the that we possibly most interested in and the stock he bit well. That's the patio but do remember not who plants have patios. Some of them joined straight onto the stem. And it's an adaptation that saves the plant some water and listen to bobby reminded me of another useful pair of words when describing leaves and that's back. Co and Adak seal yet. You have to have your teeth in when you say those the opposite of visit belief. That's the Adak seal and the underside. That's the AB axial again. You might come across that one when you are reading about plants and that just helps you to know what is what. And then there's a whole set of words just describing the shape of a leaf. I think you notice about relief. When you're looking at is is it. Simple or compound now simple while that's fairly obvious it just means the leaf is one whole thing together rather than having some complex design whereas a compound leaf well that's formed by a number of flits that join together and then attach onto the stem and there's a couple of different coins compound leads your probably going to come across in the House plan world. Probably the most notable is compound pommie now and as is often the case the clues in the name a compound Paul Mate. Leave looks a bit like a hand. So if you think of a horse chestnut leave or in the House Plant World Shuffler relief. You are along the right lines and you can. Of course get palm. Eight simple leaves think spicier Japonica for example. That's a great example of a leaf. It looks like a hand but it's simple. It's all one leaf. The other form of compound leaf ease the P. natively compound leave and I guess the best example I can think of this. One is the sensitive plant Mimosa. Puteh Co where the leaflets are. All arranged in a straight line out in the garden the best example probably is arose some of the names of quite poetic. Iran the like Peltier eight which means a leaf where the patio joins not the edge of the leaf but somewhere in the center like Mr Shanley compete to that I also like has state which means a spear shaped leaf so think of a Philodendron artem being the perfect example again the Latin telling you something about relief and then we have the wonderful Lancia late which means quite simply shaped like allowance so in other words it comes to a point at the end. So think about your busy Lizzie. Impatiens classic Lawns Hiller leaves there are loads. More LINEAR world best. The spider plants leads right. Best fairly obvious. And then you've got something like Hoya carrier with its OPD coordinator leaves which means that harsh eight with the stem at the pointy and rather than the other end. If you want to go deeper into leaf shape names then do check out the show notes. Broil include some links to some wonderful pictures and diagrams of different types of shapes and he can spend hours learning the all. But how is a leafs shape determined? Why is this so much variation? Well this was where I need to call in an expert. I'm Enrico Coen. I'm research scientist Jonas Center Well we try and study and understand how plant forms are produced. How leaves grow how flowers get shapes often look at around my growing collection of House Plaza? Just wonder the amazing variety of leave shapes demonstrated even in my body's collection do have any insolent for us about why certain leaves are shaped as they are what what is it. What are the factors that determined the shaper indeed leaf size leaves a fascinating terms of the as you say variety of shapes the produced and one of the big questions which we still don't know all the answers to is how these shapes generated manmade shapes? We have a notion of how we make a spoon or plate because there's next to hand off our own hand the the process but with a leaf as with most biological structures there is no external hand it all has to figure out how to produce these shapes internally and Just as in a sense you could imagine how just to we use the musical scale. A single musical scale can produce all the different music that we hear from symphony used concertos to pop music and yet it's the same notes. It's the way in which the organized and put together the generates this amazing Variety of music and the same way leaves have a set of basic ingredients. And it's the combination of these ingredients allows still many different forms to be generated so although he's Mabul variety forms underlying that Some basic rules to get combined and also some glorious ways to produce the shapes. We

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"enrico" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"enrico" Discussed on Cardionerds

"Affects the lives of hundreds of millions dedicated cardio nerds everywhere are working hard to fight this global epidemic. These are their stories. Welcome back Carter nerds. We pick up from last week as Dr Rita. Gupta leads masterful discussion with Dr Joanne. Linden felt and Javid mostly heat from Vanderbilt University and Dr Enrico Emirati from Niguarda hospital in Milan. Italy in Episode Twenty Nine Part. One we learned about Microsoft is in general and now in part two. We discussed microdyne covert era. We discussed the differential diagnosis for my cardio. Injury in patients cove nineteen review cases of presumed myocarditis in Milan Italy and the ramifications for transplant programs in the covert era. Dr Murad tells us the sobering reality of the toll. This pandemic has had on healthcare workers and ends with an impassioned plea to learn as you move forward as docker. I'm ready so eloquently. Said it is something that I hope will change the way we think about life avoiding thinking that light can be dull when it is simply normal. France. Be sure to tune in next week for episode thirty one for Case Discussion on Microsoft Office when Dan Corinne Heather. And I lay the foundations for everything you need to know about myocarditis based on a real case as always just remember this. Podcast is not meant to be used for medical advice. They've expressed here do not necessarily reflect the opinions of policies of our employers. The goal is simply to enjoy learning. More about cardiology indie. Kobe era directly from expert. Carter's.

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Italy seeks to calm fears in Europe as cases, deaths rise

Monocle 24: The Globalist

07:26 min | 1 year ago

Italy seeks to calm fears in Europe as cases, deaths rise

"The corona virus is starting to make its presence across Europe with fresh cases being diagnosed in Austria Croatia and Switzerland. The people affected have visited northern Italy. Recently it has become the it has become Europe's worst affected country with more than three hundred cases and eleven deaths and just last night. It was announced that the huge furniture show salone. Del Mobile in Milan is to be postponed from late April to June this year as a precautionary measure while Enrico Franceschini is the London correspondent for La Repubblica. And I'm delighted to say he joins me on the line a very warm welcome back to the program and Reiki and before we start looking at the wider approach. Could you just bring us up to date with this news about Solo? Neil Mobile. Well it is one of the many things in in the calendar that have been canceled. You have to understand it For example seeks games. Oh practically Oldham says gained the Major League of football have been played without public So same applies to Basketball Games and Schools are closed. The university closed in northern Italy in six regions and This is the latest fashion week. Milan the last two days were cancelled. The last two days of the Carnival in Venice tour cancelled. So it's a huge cancellation of which the last let me mention. Is that the the newest today in the newspapers. That forty percent off bookings from curious have been cancelled all across Italy which is can put the country very quickly into a recession or this is a country which is the point of recession anyway before Corona virus began Tell us what the threats do phase off for For the for the Italian economy. Well threat is the economy will leases close to a standstill? We did them. Their factories offices have not been closed yet Many many companies are asking their employees to work from home. If they can of course were they do not have to produce thinks that but the loss for Italy can be Our stock exchanges plunging like everywhere else In the world and it's difficult to understand what can be done to avoid damage the government to start to take very harsh measures at the beginning of this crisis now Last night the prime minister said that we have to stop the panic but the panic is out there already. One thing that You mentioned what the measures might be. The financial measures. Is that lurks telly. The Deputy Economy Minister says the European Union should be prepared to step in if Italy's economy suddenly start to to to develop big con problems. I mean as you say. It was not in a good state. Beforehand economy contracted by point three percent in the last quarter is the EU is possibilities at the the. The Brussels should become a little bit more flexible on its budget targets for Italy. Yes it is and the the first signals from brasler Saturday they would goes down Over the limits that will allow it as an emergency measure so these is possible but the economic crisis can become so steep and so serious that this was even be enough. We know how long this crisis could gone and at the same time. It's the paradox. Is that the majority of these? Three hundred twenty five gazes at it'd been limited to very small areas to clusters of small cities. Were in all sixty thousand. People leave the country with sixty five million people and they will. The other case is somehow connected with this. It's not that we have had Turkey cases in Milano or or fifty cases in thirty in the big industrial city. So it's very very limited over there but the fear that the silent bureaus is going through the system. He's put creating this. This panic wearing no supermarkets have been emptied the and the the we see a la Scala. Their famous theater balandras cancelled all. It's a shows and the churches are empty squares that are empty many. Cd's and people are afraid of content. It does bring into question. The ways that you can in fact contain the outbreak of a virus. The World Health Organization yesterday praised China for its ability to Effectively seal off parts of its country to ensure that the corona virus did not spread. The political. Argument has been made that you can do that in China because the infrastructure is already that limit movement to limit free speech for central control to take place. It's a very different situation when you've got a country like Italy and you've got a region like the European Union which is extremely used to free movement free expression no borders and indeed. The Italians don't like to be You know limited in their travel because it has a distant memories of the past years Appointed these valid argument on the other end the et did the use the same similar measures to China. This these cities have been completely closed. The police surrounded them. The streets are empty and nobody can enter. Nobody can go out. Of course maybe someone had gone out before the problem is we don't know for our longer. Divider was spreading. The seeds may be lower level of intensity and then slowly made inking inroads in other parts of the country and from those now we see a case nor staircase in France. One argument was at the beginning. That Italy has tested more people than other Kansas which is valid for France for example France At tested hundreds of people easily tested four thousand people and so the number of cases is is higher but in Britain. The people Tested there is almost seven thousand Morton Italy and the number of cases Betty Law. It's possible that one problem was that has been mentioned that easily stopped the interrupted all the flights from China. 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Divine Architecture: Our Lady of the Cadore

Monocle 24: Section D

04:43 min | 2 years ago

Divine Architecture: Our Lady of the Cadore

"Monaco's dedicated weekly design program. And I'm Josh Venit each week. We embark on an uphill challenge of an intriguing tale. Somewhere somewhere in the world of design and this week we had to the snow top tips of the Dolomite Mountains in Italy to be exact located in a forest. Not far from the resort town of Cortina. He knows damn pet so in northern Italy the Church of Our Lady of Kadora is a jewel of sacred modern architecture completed in nineteen sixty one. The building was designed by Italian architect of note collar SCARPA. He worked with the former pupil to create a space that continues to attract devote tease design minded and religious like Monaco's Melania correspondent Ivan. Combine Leo made the Pilgrimage to visit the church and he also spoke with a local architectural historian named Michaela. Low about about this. Unique Work of ecclesiastical architecture take it away Ivan one of the most enigmatic doc and underappreciated figures of Twentieth Century Design Carlo SCARPA was an architect and designer best known for his instinctive approach to materials combining time. I'm honored crafts with modern manufacturing techniques. We all live on. Borough fanatical born in one thousand nine six in Venice where I studied architecture. SCARPA would go on to work at the famed. Veneer glassworks in Moreno. Where in the Nineteen Thirties. He was creative director and developed pieces. The today are part of the permanent collection. At New York's Moma as an architect SCARPA worked mostly in around Venice. We're in the nineteen forties. He began to teach drawing and into your decoration. At the local university one of his pupils was architect. Eduardo Goellner who returned in nineteen fifty six to ask his former professor for help on a commission in the dolemite mountains. It Atalanta Kamata Brigitta in the village to record order close to the ski resorts of Cortina. Pitso Gillner was busy building. A holiday village for the employees of ENRICO METAIS head of Italian oil giant any next to two hotels and chalets for workers families to use his vacation homes in summer and winter metairie desire to church to complete his mouth community. You Kill Merlo is an architect and historian who oversees foundation documenting. The work of Goellner who bid like years Care Integrated Tony Goupil down. The chemicals that Merrill explained tells carpers lasting contribution to the interior of the church elevated the any project pick to become a respected work of contemporary Italian architecture. The case will be larger. Costatini solid between a forum. Ano- Naji Lady Eighty Galilee. He said he'd donate any promotional video. Shows the church in all its modernist splendor blender during a festive Christmas mass and the mass full attention to detail that SCARPA brought to the project. Scott up out of the Venezia a Thai the comic receive eight three the Morano carotenoids any Lampe de Mello observes of the austere interior made of concrete beaten would is given a touch of color in the green and Ambert into Chinda. Leers made him Ronald Glass designed by SCARPA his minimalist pews. Mahogany arc matched by flooring that beaches a pattern created by submerging treetrunks into the cement pavement. The main entrance is a grand sliding door and would that opens in summertime. Underneath the churches sixty degree pitched roof and slender belltower. With a high steel steeple there recalls a slender oil rig worshippers find a sequence of trusses braced by asymmetrical steel tyrod and supported by cement pillars. Also remarkable was the high altar and his spinning the reforms of the Second Vatican Council a few years later SCARPA designed stunning sculpture in White Guerrero marble that allow the priest to face the congregation and during the celebration of the mass fans of SCARPA will find it like his later. Work of sacred architecture at the Briones cemetery in the Venuto. It is the subtleties that standout in his designs. At the Church of Our Lady of Kadoorie SCARPA was able to compose

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Venice’s historic flooding blamed on human failure

Monocle 24: The Globalist

05:30 min | 2 years ago

Venice’s historic flooding blamed on human failure

"The amount of money required to clear the damage done to Venice by the floods earlier. This month may run into billions of euros but some people are claiming the water should never have reached Venice's lagoon let alone put it squares. Palaces and basilica underwater earlier I was joined by Republicans Enrico Franceschini. He explained why the damage could have been simply klay avoided just by raising a barrier to stop the water the barriers is called Moses and resenting biblical about you know because it seems like has been there forever and ever for centuries actually fifty years. We've been talking about it And no solution then not able to make it work which is unbelievable believable because the threat of flooding in Italy has been with US forever. You know people my generation. It was ten years old. We add the Florence flooding funding. And this is something that baby boomer so remember this in nineteen sixty six floors flooding at almost ruined that all day renaissance. NSS masterpieces so since then there's been a fight to save vanished from going under siege and nothing so Moses is a set of floodgates which should act as a barrier in need lagoon town of Georgia and earlier this month when the floods were imminent. There is a request by the the mayor of Georgia to raise the various. But he says he couldn't find anyone willing to do so and as a result he says the water came and and went right into the heart of Venice. How is this allowed to happen? Well this is one version of events of course It's hard to believe that only you a missing person missing technician being there. You could have saved fantasy you know like from like the titanic from the iceberg but The truth is nobody really knows. Our well is Moses. Who'd work it does cost the billions? But he's not completed so they didn't they the idea that the waters climate change will grow more and more severe in the coming decades should be no people from Venison. I and not just the government should do something bigger anchors so can Italy Save Venice or other will it. I mean when there is a will there is a way but Apparently not in Italy. The problem is that immediately we have too many treasures. We we have no business going to us to say we have eighty percent of the world's are maybe he's not eight will be seventy or seventy five but we have a lot and and when we have in one small country Palm Bay the Roman see the we have the coliseum. We have Florence and Venice people take this for granted and and and so they are not Working to save it as another to do. If you'd be one tenth of we have in seriously true. People are as Blase as that that yes I mean. We've all driven round roundabouts in Rome which have in the middle of them a piece of antiquity. That would be breathtaking anywhere else on us but to allow a whole city to find itself at risk and people just shrug their shoulders. Really think of something. Yes the big issue of the a huge ships. That passenger ships has come to events to threaten to to destroy if if the building. There's been several instances like that and this is another case in which nothing has been done. We've been talking in Tokyo now. Apparently the mayor's decided to create a in different point for for the ships to disembark. But yes I know it's it's it's we'd Venice it's masterpiece something unique in the world. But it's for Ethan is also big source of Man. Of course there are people say too many curious to what we're GONNA do but Italy will advance we lose like like Saudi Arabia without oil. You know so so in a way we really have to get our act together. What is it that stopping people to get from getting their act together? Well you wonder under Amin easily is not a reputation for being very efficient country and our governments Seems more preoccupied. You know we'd keeping in power getting money to their side than than to to do something for the country. Unfortunately this is perhaps why we've had sixty governments in six years in our postwar history and the the reports are with reference to Moses the barrier. Is that there was an awful lot of corruption which meant that. The government had to step in and no added problems. How do you sort something out like that? Especially given the urgency of the situation that we're dealing with it's hard to say because different and coalition governments have gained power in Vannes. Any needs to center left center rate known as salt issue known as been completely without any gift Hilton said Story now the latest is Dude GonNa have a referendum advantage to separate the inland part of the CDs which is called semester from the actual island venison the inland people. Maybe think David Enough and the people may be thinking if you can ever Vinnie any sex it the type of bricks the Venetian style may be. They will be able to solve the problem better. I don't know it's there is no easy

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"enrico" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"enrico" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Was a close personal friend of Enrico Fermi up there okay worked with Harold Yuri and Yuri was in charge of the Manhattan Project look in the days before the call of the Manhattan Project but he was the head of the war sciences program at Columbia in New York okay so Mary was connected to some of the top most powerful scientists in the country and he was personally the chairperson of the pathology committee of the American academy of orthopaedic surgeons which made her one of the highest ranking women in American medicine okay so like when Jim garrison said that playboy interview back and in sixty seven that she was associated with the David ferry will everybody figured she must have been some local doctor flight because David ferry was so you know right wing political extremists who like to drop bombs and Cubans you know and but she wasn't she was a top tier scientists and the combination of those resources of a world class scientists and a political extremists was one of the things that really concern me when I started looking into this stole toasted cheese step on to get killed well that's it's an interesting question if nobody can understand that answer until we talk a little bit more about it but what happened was there was a real problem with the polio vaccine there was a cancer causing viruses in the polis and they you know when they figure that out after they had already released a hundred million doses so they had a white the biggest mistake in the history of government and they did not want to be held accountable for it and they wanted to try to figure out the solution so they stamp the national security secrets and they wanted to develop a cancer causing vaccine as quickly as they could and in the meantime the went around telling everybody the viruses can cause cancer which is kind of silly today because they're out there marketing the HPV vaccine to stop the human papilloma virus from given cancer that's right so did they run out of excuses on that but what they did because they were in such a hurry because they had such a massive problems and and did not wish to tell the American population we just inoculated your children with cancer is they set up a secret laboratory like a medical Manhattan Project and they were going to use radiation to try to mutate this SP forty virus which was the cancer causing virus that was in the polio vaccine and they didn't want this done with it they had to keep is really really super secret so instead of doing this at that says the and you know for teacher can those kind of places where you normally do stuff like this they set it up on the grounds of the US public health service hospital of this kind of being decommissioned that was down in uptown New Orleans and they were you using a linear particle accelerator did you take these monkey viruses okay and what you've got here in uptown New Orleans you this puts it close to a couple people we wanted to put it close still one is doctor all nosh there was the former president of the American cancer society and he was one of the stockholders in one of the labs that made the polio vaccine and he he had injectors on grand kids with the contaminated vaccines and one of them died of polio as a child I mean just a couple days after he was inoculated because they had not properly in a back in activated the virus and the other one and you don't as an adult died of cancer all right and so I never really had a dog in the race here and they wanted him to be the project director because he had been doing secret assignments for the U. S. military since.

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Russia helped push conspiracy about murdered DNC staffer

All In with Chris Hayes

03:12 min | 2 years ago

Russia helped push conspiracy about murdered DNC staffer

"Twenty sixteen election with a banner year for disingenuous and despicable disinformation and one of the most disgusting examples where these specific conspiracy theory that sullied the memory of a man who had been murdered seth rich works in the democratic national committee in voter border protection division and he was but he counts of his family and friends a great guy and loyal member of the dnc but after murder which remains three years later unsolved conspiracy theorists starting floating be falls and totally baseless idea that'd be hack the dnc emails was not in fact the hack but was actually an inside job a leak and seth rich was the source it was a theory that of course conveniently provided and exculpatory story for the russians who were of course actually behind the dnc hack there is no evidence to support the seth rich conspiracy theory any slander the name of a man had been murdered but it started in the bowels of internet and worked his way up to the high profile outlets into the white house itself let's start with the sets rich issue jay and the time line here is it possible that this whole russian narrative was in the leaks really came from the dnc staffer and that the media has been wrong for almost a year well showing the media has not been right yet the twenty seven year old by works for the dmc we shot in the back mood it's a just two weeks ago a strong on learn reasons does he was walking down the street in washington bluewater you're suggesting i'm suggesting hosting the schools is a type risks we're just two months shy of the one year anniversary of seth rich is murder and ever since we learned root for the dnc staffer the conspiracy theories on line have taken a life of their own but today fox five has learned there is new information could prove least harris are in fact right we have this very strange story now all this young man who worked with democratic national committee who apparently was assassinated at four in the morning having given wicky leaks something something like twenty three thousand i'm sorry fifty three thousand emails and seventeen thousand attachments nobody is investigating that okay that's just to be clear that's false and baseless and that is dragging the name of this murdered individual through the mud enrico traumatizing his family friend that's what newt gingrich is doing and now there is new exclusive reporting about actual origins of this effort conspiracy theory and maybe you can guess where it is that reportings broken by michael his car chief investigative correspondent news host of the new podcast cast from yahoo news conspiracy inland one of the first episode is all about the origin of the seth rich conspiracy theory great great reporting great to be with chris what origin of this well as you suggested it's not that big a base surprise although nobody knew it on the russian intelligence agency dsp are their version of the cia circulates aid bulletin three days after seth rich is death saying he was gunned down by a squad of assassins hired by hillary clinton a walking home a at four in the morning on a sunday morning there is absolutely no evidence for

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The street-level view of Brexit

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

03:57 min | 2 years ago

The street-level view of Brexit

"Is a certain practicality to this whole Brexit thing sorta like Mattie there a minute ago Brexit for her is like traffic on her way home. Sometimes you just gotta deal with it. It's a practicality that maybe we didn't get to yesterday up in Boston practicality that follows right on from our premise this week that while Brexit is a political story through and through those political decisions have real meaning when business and the economy are on the line. So if you are being really practical say trying to run a business in this economy, the bricks at narrative goes like, this Brexit is a big deal shore. But the smaller your businesses the bigger a deal. It is we found exhibit to that truism at the farm girl. Cafe the other day up on Portobello road? Let's talk to Enrico. Enrico my friends gonna stick a microphone in your face. Tell me your name again. My name is in Rico Enrico injury. Could Zillow you're from Mexico Spain. No, I'm actually in talian, very good. How did you wind up here? Well, I I'm moved to London twenty years ago as a student, so then I stayed here working then I set up my own business. So it's been a while. It'd be longtime here what kind of business fashion business. So we designed clothes here in London manufacture them in Asia, sell all over the world US included. So you've got a vested business interest in Brexit and his whole thing. The big problem on my hands. Yeah. So tell me about that. Well, main issues, you know, we manufacturer of UK bring all everything to do. You can then we distributed around Europe. If Brexit happens we won't be able to distribute as effectively from here, we would need to set up a company to do that. Let me let you get your coffee. Sorry to interrupt, and which basically means a lot of cost complication. We know we're on a very large business. So for us to be able to continue to operate effectively setting up another company, let's say like in the Netherlands or something or another country that is logistically attractive for us. It will be a huge cost and a complication which would be happy happy do without. So what are you going to do because it's not happening on Friday, right twenty-ninth? But it might happen on the twelfth through the twenty second taking a risk because the probably the most sensible thing to do. I mean, it's it's a difficult decision. Because either you invest it costs and your seem it's going to happen, and then make expenditure and the abrasion trained to people and effectively it's is is a one way decision. You can't unwind it once you do it. Right. I would probably small business. I would rate myself on relatively more prepared on this subject than than many others. Given to size of a company. But I I would say there is a lot a lot a lot of businesses of of our size that will be completely affected a non prepare for for anything. Good up and give me a sense of size. How many people do you employ? I've twenty twenty. It's not it's not it's not small more than say. Like sixty percent of our stuff. It's also. From europe. So they also visit right as well. Of course, have you become a British citizen. I'm into process, but I I I'm not yet. So potentially that's a whole nother thing for line as well. How much of your time in the last year and a half of you spend thinking about in dealing with Brexit. I would say it's probably an with no underestimation around twenty five percent on my daily time. So it's like you monetize ban. And you could probably argue why have you done? Have you not really much about it since you be thinking so much Salonga about it? But because it's so difficult to extra magazine. But it's something it's on my mind every day. I read the news to detail every day. It is quite a stressful situation. Glossy no also being Italian. I've been here. Twenty years. I kind of a little bit field zoned from from the country spent most of my time working and building a business. But of course, thank fruits militia, drink your coffee. Thank you. Thank you.

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"enrico" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"enrico" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"On the move is dealing Francis. And you're on the move with Enrico Santos. Ben. Gates. To have a. Baby. The way to care. Tell me how. A. Me. No. This guy. Is. Yeah. What?.

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Raqqa Reacts To Troop Withdrawal

NPR's World Story of the Day

04:29 min | 3 years ago

Raqqa Reacts To Troop Withdrawal

"People in Syria are shocked by President Trump's decision to withdraw US troops from Syria, especially people in places like Raka. It's the big city once held by ISIS still covered in rubble a year after US air strikes forced ISIS out and demolished. A lot of the city in the process. NPR's Ruth Sherlock has been talking with people in rocket today. And she joins us on the line. Hi, Ruth LA. Well, what have you heard from the people in Rocco who you've spoken with about the US decision to withdraw from Syria. Everybody tells us that they're afraid that this is just going to be more instability at a time when you know, they've been trying to piece the lives back together again after years under ISIS and a brutal offensive to push the mass of the Sissy. We spoke to Jamal solid about this. He's a rescuer with Rackers emergency services. Here's what he had to say. I'm the Buddha me on a man we all like show by this decision because when they were here, so everything was okay safety and the like the city's thought that again to build and people. Will come back again to the city. But now when they they will leave to elect shock. It's only for us for old people inside keep in mind. This city is still almost totally destroyed this rescue worker Jamal and his colleagues have been recovering bodies of people who died in the US led offensive to asked ISIS move in a year ago, and they're still doing that after that offensive the US promised to rebuild key infrastructure. They said they were going to at least put back together schools and hospitals. But the thing is that for the most part that hasn't happened. And although there's been some funding. It's just nothing compared to what's needed. These emergency services are crucial part of the city. They're funded by the US. And now, they say that their salaries are being cut, and they don't know how long they are even going to be employed for who's actually running the city at this point. Well, it's normally the record civil council. There are mix of people from Raca and Kurds that took the territory back from ISIS with the help of the US and they've been. Working under American backing they've liaised with American troops. And the State Department people about the needs of the city, but the thing is that without these troops in this area. And no one knows how long this situation can stay stable. Lots of people tell us that they worried that vacuum of power means that other people are going to try to move in and take this area. One option is that the Syrian regime might try to take the city back or that there's going to be a civil war between Arabs and Kurds here. And then as OSA store factor in President Trump says the group has been defeated and driven out of Rocco is there a risk of coming back. If the US pulls out. So on paper they've lost a huge amount of territory, but they're still an offensive going on in the east of the country, and some people worry that in even in these so-called, liberated areas like record, there might be sleeper cells all that there are enough people who support them to bring them back, especially if there's a vacuum of power in these areas, we talked to some students about this from a local school in Raqqa. It's a pretty unusual place because the students actually set the school up for themselves. There's very few high schools in record and they wanted to education. So they went out and got adults who they thought could teach them. Brought them into help my NPR colleague Lima Ariane, and I were talking with the student by tool, and she told his biggest fear about what could happen after the us withdrawal is that they're displaced they have to move from their homes during the ISIS offensive anti ISIS. Offensive. A lot of them had to flee. They say now the just trying to get their lives back together that don't want to have to escape again did anybody who spoke with Enrico today. Express hope for the future. It does not feel like a hopeful place. You know, there are some Christians in record. And usually the city is celebrating Christmas today last even last year just after the US offensive would finish to push ISIS out. Some had gathered around this destroyed church in their videos of a Manchester Santa Claus giving out sweets to children today, we saw none of that people seem to be just trying to manage as best. They can. But they're so beaten down the city is still destroyed. They don't know what the future ho. Holds and they feel ever less hopeful one sculptor we spoke to said that with everything that's going on. They feel that their hearts a turning into stone NPR's Ruth Sherlock reporting from northeastern Syria. Thanks ruth. Thank you.

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