19 Burst results for "Fatih"

"fatih" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

06:17 min | 7 months ago

"fatih" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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Root of Evil podcast launches

podnews

02:08 min | 2 years ago

Root of Evil podcast launches

"Root of evil. That's the new turn podcast network show root of evil, which has its first episode today. It's a companion podcast to a t and t TV show. We caught up with Tyler moody VP of Turner podcast network to ask more about it and the concept of companion podcasts in general Fatih shows. And of course, we also had to ask about the Spotify acquisition news, you'll find the Cuna in full in our show notes and in our newsletter. Happy world radio day Hindenburg is offering special discounts for its audio editing software today, it's part of their annual work with cultural survival to promote their mission to advance indigenous peoples rights and cultures worldwide through radio slate has announced a new podcasting membership platform allowing podcasters to offer page shows just for subscribers. The product is called supporting cast podcast ads are as effective as television ads say. Some new research from Westwood One podcast advertising represents a way for advertisers to make the same branding impact. As television in a far less cluttered environment says the company they've also announced the appointment of John Ward, doc as their executive editor for podcasting. What joins from similarly named rolled at the Wall Street Journal and was previously running the radio. Arm of marketwatch rub Greenlee has spotted three podcasts. One called. You can't make this up and other call the human algorithm and a corporate podcast as well. From the only company that can truly call itself the net. Flicks of podcasting because they are net. Flicks. Rogue one does what's going on there? His new app Curio as launching shortly. And it lets you capture and save clips from podcasts the founder, Monica wolf explains the apps benefits on a video. She wants also to talk to Moore podcasters and Bill Gates has been interviewed by the. ABC news podcast start here. He's on today's episode and you'll find a cheery photograph of him wearing a jumper

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"fatih" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"fatih" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"We we arrive at noon, and we finish his six we'd take right for Fatih, three o'clock, and whatever's good we record it, and then richer, and I do some work on the on the tune side of things in the lyrically side of things. But once the music is nailed we work on top of that. You know, what's incredible to me is a band like deep purple with the catalog that you have whether going back to the beginning as you mentioned machine had alone. I mean, we're wherever you want to go in in the band's history you easily could go out and play these shows without making new music or making a new album, but it's important to continue to be creative and continue to ride even at this point in your career as an artist. I assume if I think it's important because that's the difference between pain, cabaret and contemporary the style. Joe personally, I think so you you got to have input their full elements. We talked to this before the their full elements to a t pebble show. A one is the well-known material from the past and that'll be anything from highway style, puffy, strangers, etc. Anything from hush to pelvic strangers and stuff like that. Then there's. The more obscure material that we'd slip in the Fens. No like. Bloodsucker and lazy and things I would never played on the radio, but the realty pro pebble tends to like to have them than this new material which would try and balance with the oath tough, and it has been difficult at times because it's not compatible. And that's why it's in and out of the show quite quickly. But now with now what and within finite the songs much more compatible with the earlier material because of the way in which they were developed in the studio the freedom. And of course, the other element of Nissan's is that you know, that own these songs went so we have to things in order to become ozone said, well, you gotta give them a chance and the fourth element is the violations, which is throws a challenge. Every I got butterflies in my stomach every lunchtime on show day. It's not safe. Right. But I get nervous excitement because I don't quite know. What's going to happen on stage at night? There's always something different. That keeps you on your toes. And that keeps the show fresh on the fifth. I don't undergo is the. The audience in the venue, and the you know that changes every night. So does it amazes you the audience that this band like here in Mexico? These crowds are seem so into it. And I've gone out there in that crowd and met some fans, and it's it's very diverse. The ages are wide range of people that have been touched by your music. The the reaction in and you do it does, of course, people want to hear highway star and and smoke on the water and all that..

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"fatih" Discussed on AppStories

AppStories

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"fatih" Discussed on AppStories

"Terrific clear. You have this powerful. Are were you have USB see, but you're making pro apps and the existing apps that are pre installed on the ipad are not as. Powerful as the counterparts on the MAC you've done to Luke Kenny further than safari or mail or calendar, for example to see the differences in functionality between the MAC or not to mention finder compared to files. So right. We need a lot of updates in terms of software. I think yeah, we really do. And you know, you're talking about a device that's incredibly expensive. And so people need a justification to buy it. And having those pro apps available is one of the justifications for doing that. We're already seen be geek bench scores that are rivaling. Some the MAC pros. This is a really powerful device, and we need pro apps to toback it up. And I think the other thing is that apple putting out its own first party pro apps. It's the kind of thing that captures the imagination of other developers. And I think really helps kind of encourage and extend that pro app ecosystem even further than it already is. Today. All right Federico. I have a feeling we're going to be talking about this a lot in the coming months and look forward to getting my hands on some of these these pro apps that we can start testing them out and and reviewing on the on the site. That's going to be at for today. Thanks again to our sponsors lynyrd display and Lynn out as usual, you can find me and Federico over at max stories dot net writing away, and you can find Federico over on Twitter. He's at Fatih that's V I TI CI, and I'm at John voorhees J O H N VW are H W S jockey next week, Federico Chow, John.

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"fatih" Discussed on Diagnostics and Usage

Diagnostics and Usage

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"fatih" Discussed on Diagnostics and Usage

"Released to the public I downloaded from the app store and you know that with that type happened me. And you actually talked about this, believe it or not like probably you know, early on when we first started this podcast years back, I feel a sense of like overwhelming. If that's a word where like, you know, when you open up that app, you've got so many different things you can do. There's the prebuilt shortcuts. You could do shortcuts from Scott scratch. I feel like it's such a rabbit hole that like I don't wanna go down, but I know it's super valuable. And I know people are. Doing really cool things with it. Have you had any chance to play with it? No, I opened it and I had the same feeling of being overwhelmed of like there's so much. There's just so many things to do and like, I don't know what I wanna do, but gala. Okay. I could see how maybe I would want to do that random thing that's in what is it? The library or the store or whatever they call it because some of them are cool and I pressed them in, you know, kind of went through the little setup process that they have. You do like one for remind me at work and you can, you know, say what you want to be reminded about in Astier work address and blah, blah, blah. But am I gonna ever remember to use that? I don't know. Probably not. And it does really feel like a super powerful feature kind of just wish I could say, you know, hey, computer copy, Federico Fatih, cheese shortcuts, apps setup. I don't want to set this up. Can you just make a whole bunch of commands already be there? And you know this, probably the. Step of like not having to setup Siri, but Syria getting way more intelligent and just knowing how to do more of these things out of the box. Ideally, I think apple resisted doing that for really long time because they wanted it to be that and they don't want Syria to be series power to be behind this kind of complicated app. But it does look a whole lot more simple than workflow, especially when I looked at workflow and then even apple bought workflow and looked at it again. It seems more simple than that, but still it does seem a little overwhelming to go in and just be like, I don't know what I'm doing it. You know someone for who their job is programming. I don't wanna get home and then program again to make my life easier. But you know, it seems like maybe I'm gonna have to get to that point. It does actually have really super powerful stuff like you can run script -able scripts, you know, run python or Java scrip- code that can interact with the OS natively to bunch of cool stuff. And I'm like, oh, well, maybe. I actually spent time it could do some amazing stuff but totally agree with you. It just seems like so much to take on, especially right. You know, when when you're at home relaxing and like wanting to play with the cool new doing work, doesn't sound all that exciting. Yeah, you got a rack your brain and I'm like, all right. What shortcut do I wanna go with? I'm like, yeah, I think I think it's something I'll kinda revisit, but I really need to have that one that one shortcut that's going to change my mind about this. I know there's there. There's a short cut out there that like I'm probably not thinking of that I really need, but until I find that it's just gonna kinda sit. It's I sit in my home screen. So the reviews are out the iphone ten s in tennis match reviews. You're out, but you know, we can't let the listeners wait any longer, you know. So let's let's first start with the the real question that were wanting to know how did the preorder go for you? Ah, last Friday. Eleven fifty. Eight pm. Alarm goes off. I wake up. I roll over. I get my phone and I start doing the sacred action of open store up. Close apple store up, open around swipe up old, swipe up. I always twelve. I can't tell if it made or was it. I don't know of his twelve by then. I mean it was because I was on the beta, but whatever. I can't tell if it made that process faster swipe up in weight and then swipe again, probably did..

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 discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

04:37 min | 3 years ago

discussed on Amanpour

"Up to its billing controversial fast paced action pomp and protest it began intrude trumpian fashion starting with an unprecedented interview in the sun tabloid newspaper which is owned by trump's friend rupert murdoch and in which president trump directly criticized his host the british prime minister theresa may later though when standing beside her he tried to walk it back and make nice give our relationship terms of great the highest level of special so we started off with special i would give our relationship with the uk and now especially after this today's with your prime minister i would say the highest level of special special or not the president avoided central london and parliament behind me because of this tens of thousands of people packed trafalgar square and marched through the streets protesting his visit and his policies on immigration and his record on women's issues of blimp of trump is a baby in a diaper over overhead briefly then as president trump met the queen fatih to bombshells drop back home in washington the deputy attorney general announced some of the most serious charges yet from the muller investigation allegedly russians hacking into democratic computers the indictment charges twelve russian military officers by name for conspiring to interfere with the twentieth sixteen presidential election and here in london the metropolitan police say they've identified the source a small bottle of the novi chug nerve agent that left one person dead and another critically ill lost week it looks a lot like a one two punch a power play to set up president trump's one on one summit with the russian president vladimir putin next monday in helsinki my guests all collectively battletested veterans of diplomacy across the united states britain europe and russia they are pete west because who is uk ambassador to the united states and antony gardner who is america's ambassador to the european union gentlemen welcome to the program so a lot to digest just when you think you have one trail of news another one comes just when you think you know who way and direction whiplash everything's going the other way so let me i ask you what do you make of the the indictments in washington regarding the muller investigation and accusing members of the gru ministry officials in russia of hacking into the democratic national convention and their and their computers during the election what do you make of speechless i think this is the next stage of an investigation which will known about for a long time the mueller investigation has been farah it's very well staffed it hasn't leaked and each time that something that comes out of that investigation it is very serious and catholic explained calibrated of course the people indicted and not living in the united states but what this does is firmly again make the point that the russians were interfering in the united states presidential elections and with the campaigns of one camp in particular does it mean that the trump administration is somehow complicit no it doesn't say that did it make any does it provide any additional evidence that the russians made a difference the outcome of the elections it's not saying that either but it is one more you like nailing a coffin of the russian lies they had nothing to do with it and i think the timing just before president trump is going to meet putin in helsinki is important and we understand from the deputy attorney general that he actually if president trump before making this public announcement and briefed him earlier this week what do you think because they're now us senators democratic senators calling for president trump to cancel his meeting with president putin do you think you should meet and and read him the riot act or should he council well i think he should cancel i'm particularly troubled by news reports which if correct indicate the he'll be meeting putin alone just with interpreters now think of what that's signal that sends after this week in which is undermined both nato and undermined the e that'd be meeting with him alone those agents were not acting alone it's almost certain to say they were acting on instruction so this is not a meeting you should be having so i think you should cancel this comes with the double whammy of the metropolitan police i said finding this vile of novi chalk now.

"fatih" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

Mostly Lit Podcast

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"fatih" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast

"Derek i'm ray back to another episode all hi guys welcome to another episode of mostly litz hello hello me you know that's what they say on the introduction that we now have today we have an amazing episode few guys we have a very special guest and she's going to introduce ourselves by way of reading from her brand new novel so this is the first chapter is called way too old birds go to die she lived in the graveyard like a tree at dawn she saw the cruise off and welcome to bat home had dusk she did the opposite between shifts she conferred with the ghosts of cultures that loomed in her high branches she felt the gentle grip of their talents like an ache in an amputated limb she gathered they weren't altogether unhappy at having excused themselves and exited from the story when she first moved in she endured months of casual cruelty like a tree would without flinching she didn't tell him to see which small boy had thrown a stone atto didn't crane her neck to read the insults scratched into her bach when people call her name's clown without a circus queen without a palace she led the hurt blow through her branches like a breeze and use the music of her rustling leaves as bomb to ease the pain it was only after the outline the blind imam who had once led the praise in the fatih pootie mustard befriended her and began to visit her that the neighborhood decided it was time to leave her in peace.

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"fatih" Discussed on FatimaZ

FatimaZ

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"fatih" Discussed on FatimaZ

"Just never never sat on the. And I see that the said almost because I I mean that I always want you guys to be learning. I think if we whenever we stopped learning at I've talked before, we can instantly ignorant, and we'll we stop learning. Then we don't understand. What means the epitheton because we don't understand the other person's situation. We don't even know. How to connect with them to overcome our hardships because we're too busy hurting that person for overcoming bear hardships. She's gotta realize everyone's going through hardships. It you want to do your best to help them to make those smile to make them laugh, and listen everyone wants to be heard, man. So he's got here them out east got listened to them because that's how everyone because overcomes a hardship by talking about it by an athlete talk about it with other people. They get a new perspective wants to get a new perspective beign forced that onto the world. And everyone else follows it. We can get rid of negativity. If we start training first of all loving yourselves, and then intriguing everyone else the way we treat ourselves because we love ourselves. We will love them. I feel like I I just felt von this podcast. And even if you're talking about what comes our hardships are just like life in general. We're realtime perspective. Weren't we? Like, I feel every time. I think what things on this podcast. I talk about it. Hopefully, you guys are engaging in this too. I just feel like I'm learning something some becoming more worldly, more, compassionate, more empathetic have very respected. I really wanna hear all the stories DM me after fall me on this grid. Sorry at Fatih with things. I just wanna hear everyone's story, man. I want to understand the human condition. I want to spread love and positivity. I'm gonna help every single person. I can in whatever way they need to be helped. That's the status my goal. And of course, make some money because I grew up in a capitalistic environment. And I just want to be the best person. I can be as well. As always being chewed, myself, always being self. I hope he gets feel the same way. Or heck if you have an even better might say, Allah, learn so much more about it. I just want follow you in understand that. Much to stop in mean, and we're all going through stuff. So we Scott realize that learn about ourselves through that and talk to other people about it never stopped talking people about your problems because you're scared that you'll look weird or embarrassed because guess what their weight embarrassed to keep it low key. When you stop keeping things. Look, he we start discussing things. So whenever a hardship counts people understand how to combat that. And then they will learn about themselves. They will get a new outlook. And they will help the world by bringing everybody else up with their positive perspective. I love you guys. I kind of went off pike cast, and I hope people get to listen to it. I really enjoyed doing. This thinking is forgive me think the internet thing everyone who came before me for giving me this awesome platform talk on even though am I not have the most people right now. Now who for those who are listening? Thank you. Make sure to fall action actional my Langas say that crap. I sat on the every episode longer failures. Tell someone you love it. They treat everyday like it's thanksgiving. Tell people what you're paying for treat them with love, and compassion empathy. Understand them listen to them just do that. And then the world is she's so much better. Because you were that positive beaming, light, your that awesome. This that we need. And like we discuss today always question. Never settle have an amazing..

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"fatih" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"fatih" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"Gotta have gimmicks bro fatih you gotta do something different and people like the gimmicks now usually when you get a gimmick there's a reason for a gimmick in you have a reason to do the shit you're doing there was no rhyme or reason to a lot of the gimmicks and why we were doing the damn things that was the issue and it was gimmicks for gimmick sakes too often that didn't make sense and that's what hurt and while i do i actually liked the blindfold match and i i think it was a may have been made that was like why didn't he just attack him he's a he's a he it gets why fold beat the shit out of him kind of going towards the attitude era you know we don't care if you're not going to care enough is going to be anything then bucket beat the shit out of it and that's what we did rawle june twentyfirst has austin boss man was shawn michaels as the ref and the stipulations here are if austin wins he gets the decide what the stipulation for the king of the ring match where he takes on both benson chain is and of course austin wins let's fast forward july nineteenth we would see our snow beat the big boss man by d q in one second when boss man hit him with a foreign object as soon as the match starts and that we're going to head towards fully loaded on july twenty fifth we would see boss man win the hardcore title from else snow in ten minutes and thirteen seconds what a crazy mass that this was their brawling all over the place there's even a spot where they're hitting each other with plants not like a fake fan but like fucking shrubbery.

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"fatih" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"fatih" Discussed on Bigmouth

"So you aware jones say that because the the new film is very much that is very much on your clothes on java causing time tatters more like a closing time mazing that might be a bit half half on but anyway this week in the guardian a writer could there to galleon raise a piece about whether metoo and the movement will kill off the rock and roll repay which had lots of input from famous quote unquote greepeace like lori lori lori medics i'm pounded and i mean it's something that i think about a lot about this idea of whether you know rock and roll or musicians behavior is being sanitized or something goal whether you know how that might how that might affect music in the feature an all these kind of different issues and i think it's a very complex nuanced issue and i wonder how we kind of hoed men's behavior to count and talent those pass tractors exit fatih mao musicians and fema clinton quite group is fans or whatever without making young girls feel like their fantasies or sexuality whatever is invalid or roan go bad but what really struck me as at the end of the article those an anonymous musician that said when i meet fans now the conversation isn't i really love your band its please don't do anything wrong gold pressing seoul yeah and it just makes me think about the idea that we have to hold who should be holding artists our favorite musicians to account in that way taking oversee was sexual misconduct dot is a very serious issue but in terms of you know general bad behavior what where's the line going to join in a feet music rock and roll is bills sexist bills sex appeal you know detectable male and female stalls on the channeling of i mean goes back to you know reading judy of emerald stall stuff about the fact that.

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"fatih" Discussed on Connected

Connected

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"fatih" Discussed on Connected

"Three two one click everybody good already hesitate for a moment because i wasn't show of the click on the one normal from really affirm this is connected episode of one hundred eighty three made possible this week by our sponsors hover away and casper my name is steven hackett i'm your host and i'm joined by your to other hosts equal footing even though i'm the one announcing the show up first we have michael hurley mike larry you a very very traditional this week well i am now but will be that way and the ad it no one knows anything can happen it could be in reverse over maeve mix of her maeve we also joined of course by mr federica fatih g everybody hi it's high how are you it's good to have you bass yes i was absent last week i was absent in the body but present where are you here i mean it's it almost it's almost trained to be able to talk to you in real time instead of having this sort of god like commentary coming from above into our ears into our show it's a it's strange are you a real pressing so even or okay okay colts all right yeah taken so this is the details the show we start with followup with you and whether we're talking about one last week i was absent uh and i was absent by still edited the show so i if you ever listen legs episode maybe lists of the first couple of minutes and you'll get a taste of whatever that was it was really good you did a really good job i think this steven error has been is just a huge success 04.

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"fatih" Discussed on First Take

First Take

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"fatih" Discussed on First Take

"D i uppercut right there on we've in snack thomas walk silver though to let them know that it wasn't on purpose harvard he was object that after we're seeing a flagrant foul fatih wolves when this when 127 to ninety nine now let's get back to purse takes i'm tony at a thank you kindly the cavs blown out by the timberwolves by twenty eight points lebron james with his worst plusminus of his career with a minus thirty nine adding insult to injury isaiah thomas ejected from the game for close lining andrew wiggins not a great night for the defending east champs stephen day you worried about the cavs all are worried about them defensively but if you don't mind i want to veer off point for quick maksim molly by saying that must saying this on a very very serious note uh abroad james even though he had an awful lie night last night i'm going to get a bit personal here and applaud the king and let in lebron james and everybody know that i stand with m one thousand percent if you go to his instagram page you will see him commenting about an ancient m advertise your we've got a little black kid wearing the shirt uh you know uh the the call and then the cool calling himself the coolest monkey in the jungle lebron james spoke out about this new dolled spoke out about that and i want to let the world know us stand will both of them 1000 percent that was incredibly and said the irian insulting and h in them should do it should be ashamed of himself will let even allowing something like that to happen now back to basketball let me say this to you the cleveland cavaliers when you look at them right now losses.

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"fatih" Discussed on TEDTalks (audio)

TEDTalks (audio)

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"fatih" Discussed on TEDTalks (audio)

"Hello ext nations that it seemed quite a cliche to begin with just vanished the it he got to board more however we have assessed him and we've determined that what he is is a psychopath and in fact fake king madness is exactly the kind of cunning and manipulative out of a psychopath sought the checklist cutting manipulative so faking your brain going wrong is evidence that your brain is gone wrong and i spoke to an expert said they said the pinstriped suits classic psychopath speaks to watson's what into on the checklist glibness superficial charm a grandiose sense of selfworth i said what i said the body and hang out with the the at the patients classic psychopathic speaks to our trendy acetate also lack of luck so all the things that it seemed most normal about towday was evidence according to his clinician fatih was matt in this new way he was a psychopath and is commission said to me if you want to know more about psychopaths you can garner psychopaths spotting course room by robert hair who invented psychopath checklist so i did i went on a psychopaths qasim course and i am now a certified on i have to say extremely attacked psychopaths butter so here's the statistics one in a hundred regular people is a psychopath today's one thousand five hundred people in this room fifteen of you psychopaths although that figure rises to four percent fat ceos and business leaders sowa.

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"fatih" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"fatih" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"It's not true said a debt not for me which is all theresa ever says like she's the head of the fucking mob or something and dolores stands up and gift right in her face that serling riding in each other's so like i did and you should stick up for meagre regarding degnon and this is funny because only late two weeks ago theresa was mad at at her brother for sticking up for for melissa and the stupid restaurant feud that they had the arms as they could people saying it's my why they can stand up in my life was like and here she say you just sick of means of it so teresa's up delors is up danielle is up a chair falls over evelyn the epa and the restaurants like oh my god this is amazing the family behind them has just trying to get through their calum murray in a mom is like why my bleeding from my i what happened does any mi bleeding from my i can only say you're at a melissa's your me and you still walk shelby steele work of this show it endorses the gel me what did you and margaret's like she's her she's devastated sources like cher cher margaret fatih second just like to second just shut up i wa i bought umer that and say you even have a heart margreat she is now now i've got a high quality tin nam attack that's the larry s cake as the by did you just got you just got at with heap okay so happy right now and then gals like well the night the line is been drawn have i'm nice night ladies out there i'm you it's a survey sticky sigi decides to do.

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"fatih" Discussed on The Changelog

The Changelog

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"fatih" Discussed on The Changelog

"In a way it's paradigm or framework you have larry write your entire application i had bringing this up because i i told ya we'll get stuck on the fatigue thing and route title health i'm shuttle anyway we don't want to talk about fatih but what i was trying to save which was ties back to what we were i'm talking about before is when um when i've looked at function are react code and script i don't see much functional i see you know the potential is there but it seems like the people aren't conan's right yes they're making our own that are very objectoriented they're like doing all sorts of stuff in the life cycle methods that's like ajax fetching or setting some variable or you know they're doing something that's very like procedural and affect foil and i'll just tells story i was hired as a contractor on a too like functional lies some ragged native code and so what i did as i came in i added redux i started like stripping out all of the effects from all the components and made it really you know though with removing bugs in the process and i would finish up with one class you know one component i'd go work on something else and then i'd come back and find that the component i adjusts functional lies two weeks later was like all sorts of state everywhere and i don't know that that has been my that has been my experience with you know doing trying to do functional and java script is is the the problem is i i guess commitment mike of immersion um lack of understanding of why why you wanna bridges is the number of side effects things like that.

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"fatih" Discussed on The Changelog

The Changelog

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"fatih" Discussed on The Changelog

"In a way it's paradigm or framework you have larry write your entire application i had bringing this up because i i told ya we'll get stuck on the fatigue thing and route title health i'm shuttle anyway we don't want to talk about fatih but what i was trying to save which was ties back to what we were i'm talking about before is when um when i've looked at function are react code and script i don't see much functional i see you know the potential is there but it seems like the people aren't conan's right yes they're making our own that are very objectoriented they're like doing all sorts of stuff in the life cycle methods that's like ajax fetching or setting some variable or you know they're doing something that's very like procedural and affect foil and i'll just tells story i was hired as a contractor on a too like functional lies some ragged native code and so what i did as i came in i added redux i started like stripping out all of the effects from all the components and made it really you know though with removing bugs in the process and i would finish up with one class you know one component i'd go work on something else and then i'd come back and find that the component i adjusts functional lies two weeks later was like all sorts of state everywhere and i don't know that that has been my that has been my experience with you know doing trying to do functional and java script is is the the problem is i i guess commitment mike of immersion um lack of understanding of why why you wanna bridges is the number of side effects things like that.

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"fatih" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

The Pat McAfee Show

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"fatih" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

"Okay that is his go for it let it at length is so it's liked it nothing is necessarily as it seems there's agendas drew's alliances there's a tax and they all want the iron thrown they all want to be kingsley the internet which i would say right now we are i would say that you've aligned yourself with one possible king in a good fashion the snake jake ball i i striking let me tell you some so i did i did a pizza review last night with a t pain now he's muscala otto by the way blew us off probably for the pete's thing is he nice he was i i saying i did show you know well i did like uh pizza with the cheese purple perfect brown crossed every loan one by something to that effect you liked it darwin bus that na it was good uh why am i talking moti pain while 'cause you sitter teamed up with jaqpan a pizza oh so they had this company there that does like meet and greets and eric is actually worked at backstage the it was where she was before where they do special fan experiences for the talent and they were there last night june one fatih pain done dunham for bieber the doom for everybody they said the biggest buzzed they've ever had who thirty eight thousand people who jakpa the snake jake polar skuas fragging so dave six that's like a very dodgeball thing.

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"fatih" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"fatih" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"You and tell people about more about it just in case with fillins from confirming lord of the flies the william golding novel which we all had to study fatih says he i'm sure uh and it is the story of english public school boys who get marooned on a on an island an old goes a bit savage holders but lord or flies isn't rate does go vet lord of the flies that is correct and just never know in the pool balancing lourens enters the hell no hams it's terrible that show us yeah so um say they're making uh apparently an old female version of this now this is actually a impressively attracted criticism from both ends of the spectrum and so you have the usual sort of who vote or they could make remake with women next first goose posters notifies while it's after this die hard selma tweet yeah which the ads to which is of course sure why not but then you also get the criticism from the other side um uh which is it was a a novel specifically satirizing the english public school boy and the way they were dehumanize before being put in charge of an empire and maybe that wasn't a great idea and uh and therefore to make it to make it female focused loses a huge part of its actual meaning in context as so basically it was the getting it in the neck from both sides it's a film apparently ole with male screenwriter's as well which is slightly worrying if you because if you i think there is something in making a female lord at the flies in the sense of you know what happens to a group of women put in such a pressurized difficult terrifying situation um but i think you have to be careful to get the specifics of female behavior in that case in you know men don't always managed to do that and may be.

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"fatih" Discussed on Move Forward Radio

Move Forward Radio

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"fatih" Discussed on Move Forward Radio

"Well nishel kinna off a little more of a fatigue state but once they are adapted choose their op only do it's actually improve said fatih because pain it's a big factor in uh causing fatigue and patient so pain also keeps them from moving because if they know every time they moves it's gonna hurt oh they started avoiding it and then we are dealing with more of a psychological avoidance of activity so in most cases you know thirty to fifty percent of patients who are undergoing some type of cancer therapy have sinned severe enough paying the opioid therapy is warranted and seventy five to ninety percent of patients of those who have advanced cancer also benefit from opioid you so it's really a matter of quality of life i'm more typical in the on college you population we've had the problem of these patients being treated so they have unnecessarily suffered and that's why you're hearing the cdc recommend more if a palliative approach because the goal in palliatives treatment is to reduce suffer suffering in preserve function and that's why so commonly used in patients who have cancer so as talk about uh sort of a cancer treatment processing and the fatigue results from it i wanna talk of sort of finish with tips for somebody who might be in place before we get there i want to talk about their family i typically to believe family members become caregivers um what what should their take away from this in terms of thinking about the fatigue and the importance for exercise um when when they have a family member who's going through cancer treatment they're complaining of fatigue should their their advice be basically to get that person moving should they be sensitive the fact the person's exhausted how do they navigate that space of knowing sort of wind to coach their loved one toward being more active and win to recognize the man this is just somebody who needs rest.

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