18 Burst results for "Expo Hall"

The Massachusetts Travel Order Is Being Replaced With An Advisory – Here’s What Will Change In Boston

WBZ Afternoon News

01:28 min | 3 months ago

The Massachusetts Travel Order Is Being Replaced With An Advisory – Here’s What Will Change In Boston

"Is here, and it's not just the season Starting to change tomorrow, A new round of residents become eligible for a covert back. Seen anyone over 60, along with workers and sectors, including restaurants, grocery stores, transit utility Food and agriculture, sanitation and public works employees. The travel order that requires people to quarantine or provided negative test becomes a travel advisory. And we enter phase for of reopening, which allows up to 100 people to gather indoors venues opening at limited capacity that includes the long awaited return of fans to the stands. Gillette, the Garden and Fun way. Here's Matt Shearer. The new normal is almost here. Phase four. Step one of Massachusetts reopening plan is another big step towards returning to our pre pandemic way of life. Some notable comebacks, dance floors, a wedding's expo halls overnight summer camps and fans in the stands at Boston Sports Games. The last one comes with a caveat of a 12% capacity limit. That's more of a home crowd than teams have seen in over a year. Bruins next home game is Thursday, and Celtics fans will see the green again on March 29th. Meanwhile, 29 groups are asking Governor Baker to halt these reopening steps, fearing 1/4 wave of the pandemic. However, if things go well, case numbers continue to drop in vaccination rates keep climbing. Then the state will move into phase four step to that would include bars, nightclubs and amusement parks. No word on when that might happen at the

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"expo hall" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:12 min | 9 months ago

"expo hall" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Be raffles giveaways. And an opportunity to network and really get information, especially for those who are looking to start a business or grow their business. Now you gave us Ah date. Give us the location and time of this event. Okay, it'll take place at the South Waterfield Grounds, Expo Hall and again That's going to be Saturday. March 13th 2021. It kicks off at 11. And tell us what attendees can expect. Attendees can expect action packed event followed with Celebrity and C T. J. Daley's Ilda and Vendors on site was really open to anyone who has purchased a ticket to attend. There's there just to take it, Uh, this year if they're still holding on will honor that it'll kick off at 11 years without title sponsor with Wells Fargo, followed by business presentations was definitely looking forward to you know, yours truly burial Hobbit radio with 2060 digital media presentation. They'll be other vendors on site. There's also an opportunity for new started to actually pitch their business to the expert. And go ahead. I'm sorry to say Variety affair, you know activities going on that day, especially with you from lenders to marketing professionals that will be on site to help others take their business. To the next level. And is there an age limit? There's no age limit for the event. It's all ages, and you mentioned vendor space and sponsorship. Do you still have vendors Basin sponsorships that you have been to space and sponsorship available for those who are interested of engine spaces still available for $250? We've actually sold out about pipe. So general remains General ticket entry price is $25.40 dollars for the evidence speaking sponsorship they can reach out to us on the Web site. For more information on that. And to provide that for you in seedy w Dash w p B chapter dot org's forward slash women's that Expo and eyes their cost for admission..

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"expo hall" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"expo hall" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Game a couple of games when they were at the expo hall is at first time I'd ever seen hockey and knew nothing about hockey what so ever and I remember one then announcing is coming here I thought in Florida you're gonna have hockey ice hockey it'll never make it forget about it and I remember going out there and of course it was packed even out there and then after that they played in Saint Pete at the then Thunderdome I think it was called which is now the Tropicana field but that was part of the rich tradition of the Tampa Bay Lightning back in the day and that was fun but nevertheless I was part of their history Hey by the way one more thing on this impeachment thing we got a I can't seem to get away from that to say the least but a poll released yesterday morning from Mason Dixon not the guy on the queue mortgage Sir but the Mason Dixon poll of six hundred twenty five Floridian showed a polarized Florida electorate on the issue of impeachment it showed that fifty percent oppose impeachment while forty six percent supported and it's even closer here in the Tampa Bay area with forty seven percent in support of impeachment and forty eight percent opposed so basically Florida is but by their their Charlie chan chan pretty much anti impeachment so we'll have to see how that all plays out A. tonight they got the Democrats debates who's going to be watching that yeah I like to keep my eyelid be good for a laugh I mean I'm going to have it I'm gonna have it on in the background I guess for call your oil watches content for the show as well yeah well definitely so I'll keep my eye on it for all of us show because somebody's bound to make a blunder tonight and everybody's expecting it to be a Biden blunder but so many people have a chance to do it you got Biden and Warren and Sanders and closure are from Minnesota and then of course Peter to judge from south bend Indiana and billionaire an activist Tom Steiner an entrepreneur Andrew Yang in but you are a listener you gotta watch it showing report on it in the morning it's six twenty eight on A. M. Tampa FLA news dot com available anywhere on our I heart radio at now number one for hot casting news radio WFLA and I heart radio state it's decorating with Duncan Hey your desk looks great really festive with all the decorations on things yeah this Duncan peppermint mocha latte give me a little pick me up and I decided.

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"expo hall" Discussed on Founders Talk

Founders Talk

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"expo hall" Discussed on Founders Talk

"Ninety nine to one hundred sixty nine bucks, depending on, you know, different there's a different tiers and stuff, the conference that the cost per person is about, I think, like, two twenty for someone to actually tend like, that's how much it costs us to put it on. So tickets do not cover the cost of the conference anymore, but hopefully and the weight sponsorships are working out. I think we're gonna think we're gonna be okay, but that's definitely a risk that we're taking this year. Yep. What's interesting about how you laid that out was that. An and maybe something that is easily read between the lines. It seems like you're willing to give up a little bit of your prophet to enable this conference to be in the location. It is and had the venue spaces. At does your you're actually taking hit on your side, in terms of like profitability, just personal financial gain when it comes to either sustaining a running or you know, enjoying your life. Yeah. Absolutely. Yeah. That's pretty cool. I mean, not cool that you have to do it, but cool that you're willing. Yeah, definitely look, I want. I don't think it makes sense to do a conference that is so expensive that it doesn't reach your demographic, you know, I think that it's really important like if you're gonna make it for the people, you have to do it in a way, that invites people and makes it very accessible and inclusive. And so, you know, there's kind of there are certain things that were not willing to compromise on. And so to get price was one of them, we're, we're willing to compromise on the schedule. Right. The fact that we want from today's to one day. It helps but overall there's, there's always a balance strike between the financial risk you willing to take. And then making sure it's really acceptable. And hopefully if we did things right than we've done a good job with that balance in In what what way way do you. do you allow the sponsors or vendors to participate link? Do they have lightning talks? Do they have expo hall? Like, what are some of the common components there when it comes to, as you said, tickets, cover roughly costs in this case this year? It's a little shallow of that, or sort of it, and then the vendors in our sponsors, are where your profit margin Conan. How does that break down in terms of what they do what they what they get with for, for whatever they give you? Yeah. Good question. So they, they factor in, or they participate in three different ways. Number one is definitely the expo hall. So we have an extra hall for folks to get a nice, big table and interact with people have sign ups have giveaways. Basically whatever they want to do with that space is totally fine with us a second way, is we do have, I think, for only our top tier sponsors. We do give them time on stage. But it's time that we work with them to make sure it doesn't suck and to make sure that it's actually good and interesting. So to give you an idea last year. Get hub was our top sponsor. And so they did these, these three little breaks in between talks where they did a rap like a like a little bit of rap about. I think it was like ruby or something, they did a poem, and then they did like short story. So that was something we worked together on, and it was like a fun little break. It wasn't very good rap song. So it you know, it was funny to kinda gotta watch and be a part of that. So at the end of the day sponsors, or wonderful literally couldn't do it without. Them, but we want to make sure it doesn't feel like a sponsored conference in that way. So we're very particular about the content will allow and all that the third way is to workshops, so about half our workshops or sponsored workshops, and that is probably the most authentic, and the most high impact wave engaging with the audience, because you're literally teaching them, right? It's not an ad. It's not a promo. It's I am sharing education with you. I'm giving you.

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"expo hall" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"expo hall" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"We are live at the Tampa fairgrounds. This is the second annual spring garden, fast and. We've got about eighteen vendors out here. The program opens at ten AM this morning for the garden vendors and at eleven o'clock for the actual home show the expo hall. Now, if you come out here, you can purchase a one of the farm daddy or some citrus trees from Jeff and you just leave them right there. Do the home show thing and take all the time. You want to five o'clock this evening, and then you pull your car right around and pick him up, right? Where you bought them? You can't beat that. That's Bonnie with mad plants as done a fantastic job in setting this up to make it so easy for the homeowner to look around purchase the plants. They want leave them right there. When they're ready to pick them up. They can pull the car right down and pick them up right at what are they getting in one one added thing if they buy them at the show today, there is a we're offering a discount that is normally not available. Excellent. So you have a you're discounting the farm daddy grow boxes. Yes. Gisar? And I, you know, I did a quick peek this morning when I went outside, and I saw that you have some demonstration boxes with plants in them as well. Well, you know, they say proof is in the pudding. So that's why we bring the plants growing in the farm daddy system. So you can see alive representations. How many boxes do you have growing out your farm right now? One hundred and twenty-five off of one hose, I can run. Up to six hundred off one hose. Unbelievable. Unbelievable. Now, I have a few myself full disclosure, and I have them hooked up, and they are on constantly. I never ever even think about going out there to water them, which I cannot say about other boxes. It's still to let you know that. Yes, it's the only true self watering. There's a lot of claims of self boarding manual. You have to fill them up. This do not. Yes. Well, I'll tell you it. It makes a huge difference in growing any type of vegetable. And this this is our growing season. If you know, I don't tell people I've written articles where I tell people how to improve the soil or build a. Raised bad. But you know, if let's say, maybe you're a little older, and you you don't have the muscles to do that. And you don't have a neighbor that someone is going to help you you buy a farm. Daddy, grow box. So easy. You just pour the material into the box and plant your plants. I'd say it hook it up to the holes that you can do and you're going to grow the fresh vegetables that you can use. Tomatoes. Oh my gosh. They just go crazy in the farm daddy. So and what you can't replace these you can't replace fresh. That's what people that you can buy organic. But it's still not fresh, right? And you really have to grow. It yourself. Well, one of the things I got to admit I like, and I know they're calling me for a break right now is that there is no better tasting fruit. Or vegetable that you can have one that you pick yourself. That real quick. I gotta take a quick break. Of course..

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"expo hall" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"expo hall" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The twenty four th as the freemen expo hall in that will be next the massive government spending deal that averts another partial government shutdown is headed to President Trump's desk after passage by the Senate yesterday and the house last night the vote three hundred to one twenty eight so that meant that one quarter of the federal government was set to run out of money today by midnight. And when we say massive, we mean big really big to the tune of three hundred and thirty three billion dollars as for exactly what's in Well, that's up for debate considering that the text of the one thousand one hundred and fifty nine page Bill was released late Wednesday night. Have you read it charity? No. I haven't gotten open this morning. Started. Wow. Never mind that's up to our experts to take care of that. And we will check in with our national news correspondent Michael Bauer in the seven o'clock hour to get the latest either way the president is expect to start at the rose garden today at nine AM our time, and we will carry it for you live right here on NewsRadio. Twelve hundred w something else will sign off on clearing an emergency for the US Mexico border. In a statement, why south White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, confirms Trump will take executive action to stop national security and humanitarian humanitarian crisis at the border. Now, I know the Democrats are upset with this. And I heard Nancy Pelosi said what's the say that the democratic president could declare a state of emergency on guns? Does she not know this country? Apparently is saying that would be the biggest mistake ever. Well, regardless it's going to be tied up in the courts. Oh, yeah. Just like this decision most likely will. And it's going to take forever. You know, how that goes with court the idea to divert the defense department funds to build that massive border wall. Senate majority leader majority leader Mitch McConnell has signal support for generation. I've him that I'm going to prepare to support national emergency declaration democratic Senator leader Chuck Schumer called today. Tremendous mistake and a gross abuse of power. Do you see it like that? Or do you see this was his only alternative? I don't know. How else he would have gotten this border wall built because I mean, this would have just continued. I don't see how we could have gone. And I I just I think it's an interesting maneuver on the president's part. I didn't see this coming him. I thought it was either. Or like he wasn't going to sign the Bill or an only declare the national emergency. I didn't see him doing both. But I think it actually is probably a win for the president considering that nine. Federal employees won't have to go without a paycheck. I think he might have learned last time that the optics on that were just so bad. Yeah. I mean, it was a ripple effect of chaos in his stubbornness. Did not look good. Did not look good. And the government like you mentioned the eight hundred thousand government workers that were just in limbo trying to figure out how they were gonna live. Well, you have some conservatives that are still not happy that he signed off on this Bill that they think that that was a mistake because ultimately is this border wall going to get built if there's all these legal challenges. I mean, this is we're talking years. Yeah. If there's legal challenges, it might not be done in his first term. And if he doesn't get his second term, it might not be done at all. Yeah. So we don't know. But we'll get the latest coming up at seven forty with Michael Barone at nine AM. We will carry that. I guess it's a ceremonious signing ceremony. What it is. We'll have that for you right here. But up next is flashback, I will take callers four eight and thirteen seven three seven twelve hundred. Did you know selling your home could actually be pleasant experience? I know you didn't think so, but it's possible because perch is here in San Antonio, this is the easiest way for you to sell your home. This is Megan Bishop. I really am hearing from so many people went holy Toledo. I sold.

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"expo hall" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"expo hall" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The freemen expo hall, March twenty first through the twenty fourth well, according to Tripadvisor, and yelp the most one of the most number romantic restaurants in America, right here in San Antonio, Texas. Really? Wow. Bohannon prime steaks and seafood on the river. Walk is one of the most romantic restaurants in the country. So guys. On the phone early and trying to get a reservation. My daughter says they're busy. She works. At my youngest daughter works at Bohannon, and she says, they're busy busy big money making. Oh, yeah. She's happy to be working, right, Sherri, what else is going on motorcyclists. Who was not wearing a helmet is clinging to live every smashed his bike into a car that was making a left turn near the Las Palmas shopping center on general McMullan on the west side overnight. Police say the motorcyclists was driving too fast and lost control the driver of the car. He hit was not injured today. Former Michigan congressman John Dingell is being remembered in Washington DC remains of the longest serving member of congress for flown here to Washington after a Catholic mass in Michigan where he was eulogized by former vice president Joe Biden made me believe more in myself, and I had John special capacity who so you knew yours greatness. And as is being held today at holy trinity Catholic church, and then Representative Dingle will be laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery Dingle died last week at the age of ninety two he served in congress for nearly sixty years and was. The husband Representative Debbie Dingle Aerosmith is getting its own star on the Hollywood walk of fame today. Aerosmith is one of the best selling American hard rock bands of.

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"expo hall" Discussed on OnEducation

OnEducation

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"expo hall" Discussed on OnEducation

"We're going to talk about the kickoff to FTC the official kickoff with the keynote speakers expo hall has now opened and whether or not we should be coming to big conferences that we have some amazing interviews for you in the second part of the podcast. So yeah, I mean, Monday was pretty wicked awesome day. We talked to a lot of great people. We're actually I think going to we're adding another show because we have so much to talk about that. We don't have room to put it all on three episodes. So that's pretty sweet. South con. Yep. Sell con was the keynote speaker, I actually kicked off the official part of the conference and his story is just ridiculously inspirational. I mean, a guy that was in the business sector. I was making plenty of money and decided to basically quit this high paying corporate job to do something a Hugh take a huge risk take a huge risk financially with his family to do. This nonprofits amazing to create this nonprofit amazing organization all based off of a simple idea basically of helping out I his family members. And then helping other people with basically some sort of tutoring with actor started off as I mean, it's a lesson in just the way things happen like when you put the work in and you he was wanting to help his niece, dad. We're math, and it turns into Khan Academy, which is huge. And it's just amazing. How things end up when you when you you know, when you're passionate about something, right? Yeah. I mean, the moments in that really the amazing moments that ended up changing what basically began Khan Academy are just ridiculous now people the original founders just handing him one hundred thousand dollar check to to get to kick off the company to get it started just believing in him and then Bill Gates talking about how he was using Sol's videos to help tutor one of his daughters, and then how much he believed in that vision, they have a meeting, and then now Microsoft, Microsoft is involved in Google is involved in the Khan, Academy nonprofit, just want an amazing story has so many different elements to us if you've never heard him speak. You should definitely get out there. I believe some of his. Keynotes are actually on YouTube cease to check those out awesome. The expo hall opened after the keynote it was pretty cool to get down there and take a look, you know, just we kind of rushed through a little bit..

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"expo hall" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"expo hall" Discussed on KTOK

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"expo hall" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"expo hall" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"And so sometimes the people I speak with speak shockingly, good English as she when they've never lived in the US. But when they're not, and I can just have that person come over and begin begin translating. It really is amazing. How much we we do have in common and how interested they are in in what what CF in club native communities offering. And then of course, vice versa. I will say just based on your comment. One thing that occurs to me is that because I for coming up next week when things that we really do emphasize talk about is the value of. Hallway track? And so it it occurs to me that we could try them formalized that a little bit more. When we go back to Shanghai next year in June twenty nineteen and just have some some live simultaneous interpreters who are stationed at different spots along the hallway, and you know, no guarantee that they'd be available. But but just that you could grab some people and walk over and would allow you to have a more of that hallway conversation than you might be able to otherwise another thing. I I regret not doing is trying to schedule because you had a simultaneous interpreter that was made available to me, but I had to schedule it, and I wasn't exactly sure who is to to schedule it with or how to schedule it. But in retrospect, I wish I would have done that a little bit more Gresley because I was unable to do my walk around the expo hall, and and con- converse with people just because there was you know, it was very rare that the there was an. In both in in person. That was an engineer that spoke English at at those booths. So I didn't really, you know, I I saw their diagrams I saw some of their presentations that they had at the expo hall. But I was not able to really get get the same kind of sense that I would, you know, walking around coupon con North America and talking to the Cooper Netease businesses there. Yeah. Until we would love to to try and formalize that with you a little bit. And I think just on your second. Visit you would find it easier to ask for those things and just say, hey, just going to reserve the person for half an hour an hour. It definitely makes it a little bit more challenging to have that kind of serendipity where do feel like it's often just this hallway conversations or running into someone that is could be the highlight of the event. But of course, for, you know, most of the people there speak Chinese, so they're all able to to interact a perfectly well. So let's talk about Cooper Netease. More broadly in the CF exists to make cloud native. Ubiquitous you wanna be a neutral home for cloud native projects to build cloud native solutions. How has the CNC f- adapted as an organization over the last year? We have a been trying to deal with hyper growth, so seem CF is the biggest and fastest growing open source organization ever when we got started three years ago. And that's that's literally three years ago. This week we had twenty eight members in the organization and zero projects and then soon after Cooper nannies, and we now have three hundred forty six members and thirty one projects, and it's definitely just much more complicated. There's a lot more things going on. There's many more services that were offering to our projects to our members. And so it's definitely taken some. Scaling. And I think many of your listeners have experienced with startups and know that scaling can sometimes be a little awkward, but it's also been a really fun ride. The first who projects to graduate from the CFO coober, Netease and premisses and the third project that.

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"expo hall" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"expo hall" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

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"expo hall" Discussed on The CultCast - Cult of Mac

The CultCast - Cult of Mac

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"expo hall" Discussed on The CultCast - Cult of Mac

"After we left, there was not really a single AAA title that stole the show. And there are some notable games that were missing no fallout Seventy-six presence at all. Well, I think I saw it off by itself, but like I think I did like honest, they had a presence booth. Yeah, I think like a small little area because I saw some of that said fall seventeen seventy six to twenty sixteen or something along those lines. But either way it was like very small, it was we went through the entire expo hall. So if we didn't see it, it was like must've been really timing. Yeah, I didn't see one in that game comes out in November, so it's really strange. They didn't have a presence there. I thought. And then another big title that I think would have been cool to see the show is cyberpunk twenty seventy seven, and that game looks incredible. I can't wait to play. Game, but I was reading that they're not sure if it's even going to be released in two thousand nineteen CD project. Right is making the game said they're hoping for two thousand eighteen so holy. They announced that game really mega early if they're not even sure it's gonna come out in two thousand nineteen. It kind of sounds like it's probably going to be two thousand twenty for them. It might make sense that they didn't have a booth because they probably literally have nothing to show does point. Although they did just release what like thirty or forty minutes of gameplay online. Did you see that? I didn't see nice, not three stuff, which I thought was really great. And the I mean, the game looks amazing. And it's funny that you mentioned like hoping for twenty thousand nine which means it's coming in twenty twenty five and XBox seven twenty or whatever they're going to call it. You know, experts gonna be the XBox too, but then there's the PlayStation five, right? So it'll be the XBox to eight. You know, I don't know. I don't know if they're gonna come out s- whether the new XBox now have the Xbox One ex. I mean, that's that's already like their next generation console seems like it's a super powerful console. So why would they need to come out with another fast festival? Because it already smoke the PlayStation. It does even the PlayStation for pro. Exactly. So it kind of seems like just PlayStation needs to catch up. But from a marketing perspective, I guess they do kind of need to do something that can't just say, oh, we'll still by the ex. It's still more powerful or it's just as good as the PlayStation five. So I think my next pick would be this is the year of battle royale and battle. Royale has taken over video games and it's taken over packs. There was this fortnight mega presence at Pax, first of all, they're having a fortnight tournament with a one point, five million dollar pots and they have taken over part of the convention center. Three stories of. Tonight, paraphernalia. I'm gonna probably go see it tomorrow. Like I said, because I don't even know what's in there. I'd even make it over there. Patches, huge. By the way it used to just be one set of convention centers. Now, it sprawls all downtown Seattle, and there's probably seven buildings may ably full stuff so we didn't. We haven't even gotten to see all of it yet, but it's really cool. I like battle royale games and I like how it's reenergized video games and it's taken streaming a whole 'nother level. Twitch would never have gotten as popular as it has without pub g without fortnight's and to see all the young kids at Pax now that probably would not have come if it weren't for fortnight because that's what they're there for. They had this tent this fortnight tents, which was as big as an airplane hangar. It was massive. You didn't go inside at, did you go inside? But I saw from the outside, and I mean, you're saying the tent is almost an understatement. Like it really was hanger. It wasn't could have held the jumbo jet. It was the biggest thing I've ever seen in my and the screen was gigantic and they're giving out free food and drink. The burgers were greats or and then I got to the middle of mine and it was absolutely raw. I took one and I was like, whoa, this is a good burger..

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"expo hall" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"expo hall" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Which let's for example store information about vulnerabilities in your images so you would scan your images vulnerabilities or you know have other requirements wrong images and you could write these two this open source davis and it's what we use for our computer scanning capabilities the last area in terms of the runtime space purina detect something bad that's going on you were correct there's really not a lot in the open source right now from the handful of companies that are involved in the space there's a couple of projects one is steak and falco from stig it's a it's a kernel module and rules engine that again look for anomalies and nine hundred environment and they plug into their their commercial solution another one is more in the networking space which we haven't really talked about is is silly him from company called co vaillant and it does some network traffic monitoring and then 'isolation type stuff and another one in the space is capsule there's another company in this space open source again there i believe it's a privilege container that they deploy do let's see i'm an enterprise and i'm walking through the expo hall it cube con i'm talking to the different security providers of which there are many what are the questions i should be asking them i think it should be realistic i which is you know have you done what you need to get done on in your own environment before you go to a vendor so anybody who can help you with basic configuration deployment stuff you know when examples a cis benchmarks or if you have compliance means around pci for example any vendor who can help you set up your cluster the right way that's probably where i would start in terms of getting getting the basics down right once you figure that out then let's look vulnerability scanning and image scanning that kind of thing you know can you can you help me figure out how to skin to only deploy things that i've scanned for vulnerabilities in known ability so that's that's a pretty big ask and then i would look into the runtime space and what you can do their tech what's happening environment it's not that the run comes bases less important it's as important i'd say it's less urgent less low hanging fruit people aren't there yet or are there any security anti patterns that you see commonly executed with people.

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"expo hall" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"expo hall" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Which let's for example store information about vulnerabilities in your images so you would scan your images vulnerabilities or you know have other requirements wrong images and you could write these two this open source davis and it's what we use for our computer scanning capabilities the last area in terms of the runtime space purina detect something bad that's going on you were correct there's really not a lot in the open source right now from the handful of companies that are involved in the space there's a couple of projects one is steak and falco from stig it's a it's a kernel module and rules engine that again look for anomalies and nine hundred environment and they plug into their their commercial solution another one is more in the networking space which we haven't really talked about is is silly him from company called co vaillant and it does some network traffic monitoring and then 'isolation type stuff and another one in the space is capsule there's another company in this space open source again there i believe it's a privilege container that they deploy do let's see i'm an enterprise and i'm walking through the expo hall it cube con i'm talking to the different security providers of which there are many what are the questions i should be asking them i think it should be realistic i which is you know have you done what you need to get done on in your own environment before you go to a vendor so anybody who can help you with basic configuration deployment stuff you know when examples a cis benchmarks or if you have compliance means around pci for example any vendor who can help you set up your cluster the right way that's probably where i would start in terms of getting getting the basics down right once you figure that out then let's look vulnerability scanning and image scanning that kind of thing you know can you can you help me figure out how to skin to only deploy things that i've scanned for vulnerabilities in known ability so that's that's a pretty big ask and then i would look into the runtime space and what you can do their tech what's happening environment it's not that the run comes bases less important it's as important i'd say it's less urgent less low hanging fruit people aren't there yet or are there any security anti patterns that you see commonly executed with people.

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"expo hall" Discussed on Talk Python To Me

Talk Python To Me

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"expo hall" Discussed on Talk Python To Me

"So uh also run a podcast right adjusts learned told me a little bit about your pocket us yes our podcast is called start a capital it's a little bit of a play on words so our original office started in tallahassee florida and there is a huge movement of entrepreneurs and like there's a business incubator and just a huge focus on entrepreneurship in so we started a podcast to kind of highlight each of those stories and how everybody's businesses were going how they relate to the community how everything is kind of giving back to tallahassee and really taking a look at what tallahassee ecosystem for entrepreneurs looks like score at several interesting there's definitely seems to be a lot of entrepreneurship in florida for some reason mutter other know why that is definitely seems like yeah i mean we got circuit there so all of these exact absolutely one cool example so let's talk a little bit about the conference and then we'll get into your talk so i learned about uh your presentation and stuff just by going to pie cascades which was a new conference in vancouver this year i thought it went really well the your talk but also the whole conference what do you think the experience i absolutely agree swiss was actually me first regional conference that i attended 800 pike on previously but for me regional conferences are a lot more digestible a lot less intimidating a lot less exhausting so for me like the twoday conference experiences like the perfect length the i feel like when you go to pie on it's kind of like the paradox of choice right it's like others ten tracks when there's open spaces and i can even skip all that and hang all these people yet cruise around the expo hall and there's just like you know so much to the right it was pretty clear like you either do this the main track and you're in there with everybody or or not and that's that's the definitely.

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"expo hall" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"expo hall" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Really fun i've seen it done before you really have to yell into this thing because it's not particularly sensitive to put a little vibration on a wax cylinder oh it's pretty much mechanical like there's hardly any electron ix involved in all you got a scream you got yell into it which is why everybody sounded so old and different lisa a deaf old man exactly exactly what that while flats practically me in the audio world all these years so yeah i'm looking forward to this and will to the demonstration and i think you're at the south end of the expo hall i'm not sure when you first walk in the main doors will be off to the left back by two or three rose in where do in another cool thing this year we're going to have an island we'll have like four boost instead of our single booth like we've done before and i ran into a guy at io technologies when we did some fares across the country and he's got some massage devices that you can get that are like if you've had an acupuncture and we're going to have cherished jerry you can come take a load off your feet put your feet in one of these things or if you have a hurrying back tried out there's no charge were just doing is a convenience for our friends our listeners the common kinda relaxing kind of their energy back way i think that is absolutely wellthought out tom is this going to be asked that expo hall is so big and there's usually over three three hundred booths there it's huge so you just want to come and be a part of it but then come by tom's place and you can relax your feet exact there's no better place to sit down and less you want to go clear to the cafeteria area so just stopped by our boot take a load off relaxed have some time to just get yourself back and get ready for.

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"expo hall" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"expo hall" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Asian stock about people for example be of a knuckle confirm that is the using or wants to use snapshots to bring the real world data induce kale testing environment in a lot of customer cases synthetic data doesn't make sense because your customers are never heard the same size your did exhibits strange properties in the real world and so that if the had gold that works wellens synthetic staging environment said doesn't work well and production so they won the gap to realistic data on performance deaths of new deployments to go to make against it the other thing that trump often is book development and debunking that is on an automated manner bring up an entire sat up for develop the go use whether they be replacing a section of chord within that a d bugging why something is failing in production in that scenario mosques being would be at a mosque in also shows up as a requirement because it might be sensitive data everything farm yet difficult social security numbers but generally things that could dresses people's parsley identifying information that you don't want do have knock very but lockedout environment so you mosque data than you move it to do the cluster said that good chose a very often far the customers we talk to that is how do we speak things up for the developer by allowing them fresh access to data on a very regular basis all right so i know were running out of time what what things that i was so interested in at q khan was walking around the expo hall and seeing all of these vendors who are building different businesses in the cooper nettie space and this is just something i've learned when you go to these expo halls at different conferences anybody who has been to a technology conference and his talk to the the vendors of untucked you'll get these vendors different people have different perspectives on the way that the future is unfolding it's very interesting to see the sometimes.

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"expo hall" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"expo hall" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"The backup in the management aspects of these things also offer of pretty large value add it you know it's so funny that i i have a life tro understanding how like who are competitors who you're not competitors who are like cooper titian so like i was at dab microsoft build conference recently and i was just walk walking around the expo hall and there was one demo some i can't remember which microsoft cloud service was demining me i o and he was like he was hd inside or something but the the pulled up on the screen is okay so here we're going into the azure amazon azure cloud dashboard and he should be the marketplace inla and he's like here's how you install the cloudera had dupe distribution on azure and i was like oh it 'cause i was assuming a cloud air is just an outright competitor with azure but actually it's you know there's this kind of is this law i i don't know how how know well welldocumented this is or how maybe a lot of people knows and i'm just naive but i guess is just like this entire marketplace of things that are being layered on to cloud services and kind of in the early stages but already you see you know i saw partnership yesterday where it was like box is offering box in in concert with azure and azure is offering box in in concert with azure does he could see these like partnerships between the cloud providers which her like i mean they're doing they're certainly doing you know infrastructure is a service and they're also doing some stuff layered on top of it but they're also showing that they're completely happy to offer competing platform is a service in softwares service products on top of on top of their infrastructure or third they're to perfectly willing to partner with i don't know it's it's i don't i don't have a question here but it's it's just it's such an interesting area to wash develop.

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