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"hawksworth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:32 min | 2 weeks ago

"hawksworth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Get new numbers later today from Kentucky and Ohio. They took New year's off. Indiana reported 106 deaths and 6400 new cases on the first day of 2021 latest traffic and weather together here on the big One. We're looking at no accidents right now. Very light volume. It's pretty dry out there and there are no crashes on the highway. Now, Ladies forecast from a train heating and cooling weather Center on news radio 700 wlw cloudy skies for the most part this weekend high 46 slow 38 overnight Tomorrow Hind 42 waiters. Clear right now. 37 degrees in Cincinnati. Hawksworth needs blood donors and they're offering a gift if you're gonna be one of them. This is national blood donor month of 50th anniversary During winter months, blood centers see a drop in turnout by donors, but Hawksworth Blood Center in Cincinnati still needs To collect more than 400 units of blood every day to meet the demand from local hospitals. To inspire more turnout. Hawksworth is presenting a special quarters it pull over to people who give blood at any of hawks worths seven neighborhood centers or at a special blood drive. Special gift program begins this coming Monday and runs for two weeks. Matt Reese News radio 700 WLW House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is home in San Francisco was vandalized yesterday. Graffiti, a possible pig's head and fake blood. Found on her garage door. Here's one of her neighbors in the Pacific Heights neighborhood..

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"hawksworth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:38 min | 4 months ago

"hawksworth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"A murder indictment now, in the case of a woman who was shot and killed near the University of Cincinnati last month, 33 year old Joshua Gibson allegedly got into a fight with Paige Jones on Burnet Avenue. Allegedly shot her several times before trying to get away. Ah bowling coach in the West Claremont School district charge this afternoon with sexual battery that allegedly involved one of his players. Kevin Briggs on leave from West Claremont Schools now banned from the district. The four ex cops charged and George Floyd's death in Minneapolis are turning on each other, apparently their attorneys all arguing in court today for separate trials. Out of the Minneapolis area, But the judge says every place in the country has heard of the case. He won't be making any decisions anytime soon. Hawksworth Blood Center says It's in critical need of Type O negative plea that we're putting out is also coupled with a weekend that we really are asking that people come and donate blood between now and Monday or Tuesday. We are in a critical need, and we need to get that on the shelf for the patients of the hospital's Alicia Lipton is with hawks were individuals can walk in. We are keeping social distance scene in effect, and all of our donor centers handled our bloodmobile. So if you can't make an appointment that is preferred, But right now, when we're in the critical need, we need all hands on deck. Again. Hawksworth Blood Center here in Cincinnati says it's in critical need of type O Negative blood. Wall Street The Dow up 1 31 at the clothes this afternoon, NASDAQ Down 66. And the S and P 500 up a couple of points..

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"hawksworth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:09 min | 8 months ago

"hawksworth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Minneapolis for George Floyd he died while in police custody with one officer shown on video pain in his knee into Floyd's knack three other officers charged in connection with Floyd's death will make their first court appearance today the former officers are charged with aiding and abetting officer Derek shopping as he put his knee on George what snack during an arrest that led to his death Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison tells ABC's Good Morning America to win the case is they'll have to prove that those officers helped you can look at the tape and see who's sitting where and see the assistance that was given a meaningful important assistance to what China was doing and so there's we believe that we can also see what was not he admits convicting cops is a challenge but says he's confident in their case Ribeiro ABC news Minneapolis another memorial scheduled in just a few hours in Brooklyn where Floyd's brother lives in peaceful protests expected to take place again in cities and communities around the country I'm Michelle Franzen ABC news Ohio governor Mike DeWine is called off his news conference today out of respect for the Floyd funeral plans we are expecting the governor to detail the re opening of Ohio attractions in a news release later on today you heard about it in traffic we have learned more from the Boone County sheriff about a shooting this morning in Florence along Dixie highway and Frank Duke Boone County sheriff's deputies say thirty five year old Omar Gonzalez of Ellesmere was fatally shot no word yet on any suspects if you can help police call crime stoppers at three five two thirty forty and blood donations are already challenging during the summer months it's been compounded by the corona virus pandemic and Hawksworth blood says it needs people to give as hospitals have ramped up elective surgeries and other procedures that require transfusions in recent weeks the Hawksworth blood center and see their need for donations increase I need individual that they know their blood type if there are O. negative a positive a negative or be positive the comment as soon as they can they can call us at five one three four five one zero nine one zero they can also rectify strong minded Hawksworth dot org Lisa lifted with Hawksworth says they have opened additional hours at their area donor centers to help meet the needs of brick you jato.

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"hawksworth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:42 min | 9 months ago

"hawksworth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"All around the horn he thinks they should be graded and if you grade high enough yet then you call balls strikes if you're not then you're simply a base umpire what do you think about that idea well I prefer my understand point he would surely like to have quite a few of those umpires hi right now I get it I understand that but the the problem that you have what the only is explaining is that there is a difference between what a picture sees as a good strike from water heater seats as a contracted to whoever is making that decision if they lean one way or the other you're just gonna have the same issue that you have now the bottom line is the only perfect scenario that you're going to have for calling balls and strikes it's going to be a machine and even at that I mean we have looked at this time and time again even the machines are not perfect so sooner or later I think you're just gonna have to live with the umpires calling balls and strikes or you're gonna have to perfect that machine I mean I've heard this for ever in isn't this still true that it doesn't matter what an umpire's strike zone is is long as he's consistent I think that I think that if you're consistent then you're going to get a bit more comfort with players to come to the plight of the creatures that take them out I think when when the strike is a strike the athletes kind of jobs and I think that's really all that you're looking for from a from a pitcher or hitter standpoint in general one of the merchants he strikes it's the blood that is already on the shelf that will save lives Hawksworth blood center is calling on the tri state community to make a.

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"hawksworth" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"hawksworth" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Being treated as a homicide. The couple is now facing charges that include tampering with and, or fabricating, physical evidence, as well as hindering prosecution in the first degree, heavy snow and winds have postponed. The search for eight climbers missing and the Himalayas correspondent David Begg. No, he Americans in the group or Ronald bible. And Dr Anthony. Avid climbers, who were part of a group, forging a new route near the NANDA Devi summit their last radio transmission was eight days ago when they said they were heading toward the summit, they were supposed to return to base camp last Friday Indian air force pilot, say they've spotted five bodies s and p futures down four. This is CBS news. CBS News Radio is your home for breaking news with our team of reporters around the country and the world we give you the coverage you can trust. It's six oh three at the bay. Area's news station. KCBS early overcast and then probably bit warmer today. Good morning. I'm stand bunker. I'm Susan Lee Taylor's. What's happening Twenty-three-year-old walnut creek man who suffered from mental illness has been shot dead by police. KCBS Tim Ryan joins us live to report that police I tried to stop the young man by firing big bean bag rounds. But apparently that was just not enough. Susan, it is a sadly familiar story. The nine one one calls from family members and neighbors came in rapidly. A man who had mental health issues was acting violently smashing glass and threatening his grandmother with a large pointed crowbar officers responded to Arlene and orchard lanes and say the man charged them with that weapon, one officer tried to stop him with multiple beanbag rounds, but that didn't work and so two officers opened fire with their service weapons, killing the man neighbor, Elden Hawksworth tells KPI x five young man was well known and liked.

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"hawksworth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"hawksworth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Homemade district court judge in California has ruled in favor of the Cincinnati zoo and has ordered the gorilla foundation. Redwood City to transfer in Dumais to Cincinnati. To live in the guerrilla world exhibit. The judge saying an agreement reached on his return over three years ago is enforceable. In a statement pita is celebrating the decision saying that do make and finally be supported by expert care and have the essential companionship of his fellow guerrillas. Police have identified the man who was killed after colliding with a bridge support last night in camp Washington. Sixty eight year old Thomas goal was driving at spring grove avenue. When he went left of center and hit the bridge. Pier goal was rushed to the hospital where he later died. Investigators do not believe that speed was a factor in the crash. They are working to determine if he was under the influence, the Hawksworth blood center is holding its first groundhog day blood drive today. We're doing something a little quirky this year. We're doing a groundhog's day t shirt. This is the first time you've done we've done this. The only way you can get this t shirt is to donate. Blood Alesia, Lipton says all their area. Hawksworth donor centers are open until three thirty this afternoon. It was earlier this. This week that Hawksworth said it had a critical need for both type a an type o blood. The wait for a new Bengals head coach appears to be winding down ESPN's Adam Schefter reporting today that the Bengals are expected to fly Rams quarterback. Coach Zack Taylor into Cincinnati on Monday where he will be introduced as these successor Marvin Lewis, and he could be coming with the Super Bowl ring security tight in Atlanta as the Rams had patriots get set to do battle tomorrow night a flight of three helicopters.

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"hawksworth" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"hawksworth" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Services in a timely way. So they themselves have copies of scale. So so I totally agree that it's it's lowering the barrier to entry to building some of these things, and it certainly lowering the cost and another place that the costs can be reduced is is less less Otis is in the skills that you need to build some of these things, you know the the breadth of expertise that you need an team to build some of these very complex enterprise grade which is term, I'm sorry, I didn't mean to use that to, but it's often one that you hear this kind of very high performance grades application. You don't need the same divest of skills that you may have needed in the past because you'll outsourcing the need to be to be, you know, a devil experts, or you know, a caching expert will all of these different things that. You would know me have to take care of yourself will team now can focus on client side technologies, you know, front-end development technologies, API design is a much smaller set of skills that you need to to have on the team, but you'll kind of leveraging the skills of of other people that kind of in in other places. So yes, it's faster is cheaper. I agree as just more fun. I feel more productive than I've I've ever felt before. It's nice I there any other developer trends that you expect to see in the near future that we haven't covered the million dollar question. I mean, from my position, someone who looks a lot, it's things like frameworks and static site generators. They move so fast in this. So so many out there. I do watch quite closely which framework seemed to be getting popular and which starts excite generates is getting. And I think things like view, Jay particularly interesting at the moment which is another job SCR framework which can be used as static site didn't right to can you do do serve render as well. I think. That's getting a lot of momentum. The moments in it's starting to kind of compete little bit with things like react in terms of how people using it and his popularity. But that's not looking very far ahead. I think that's already that's already gaining popularity right now. I know that we'll be surprised. I think the browser capabilities us getting more and more interesting and more and more rich, and we're starting to see people use things in more and more interesting ways. So I don't really know what's around the corner. It usually surprises me, Phil Hawksworth. Thank you. Become software engineering.

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"hawksworth" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"hawksworth" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Services thing does really powerful fundamentals of the web. Of course, this kind of sleigh disrupts. A little bit and is a different way of querying API's and interacting with with with API is. But I think the flexibility that brings the efficiency that brings can be really empowering. You know, I've certainly built out and help to architects applications in the past that had this very nice delineation between the API layer and the the UI layer and designing the UI layer to be able to get the data at needed from the API again would be designed and implemented along the way to give you just the right Kohl's to populate your site and do the mutations and what have you. That is quite prescriptive. You need to be able to design those things in concert with graph Curiel, it gives you much greater freedom to be able to say, you know, these are the data structures that I that I need in my UI. And as long as the the underlying data is going to be accessible through this through this graph Curiel APR layer, I can shape the requests anyway. I like to be able to give me just the data. I need Justice. In a single request. And I think that's great for things like performance and maintainability of the UI and the robustness of the API. So I think I think it's a, it's a natural fit for the gem stack, and I think it will get more and more popular. The one thing I would say this is just a stunned would of course I've seen lots of sites using graphic you'll didn't need to just because they're actually way simpler than that and could have been done at the simple level. And so sometimes it can add complexity sooner that it needs to. But I think that's just that's just the kind of technology. Siren, the exists rule of building stuff on the web. We lightning say new things. We like to like exploring the new ways of building things, and that's just kind of natural temptation. Certainly, Greg q. l. is incredibly powerful, incredibly liberating for lots of things that we might build a more complex, but I wouldn't necessarily rush to to use the olden on everything that's going to do a request to to a. Feed or something like that. We've done pretty good job of exploring the trends of server 'less and jam stack here, I think, and for people who haven't really tried to build apps in this way, I personally recommend it. I find it really fun and lightweight, and frankly easier. Like I, I came out of college and was working on these big old legacy job applications and just less fast and less fun to to get stuff to production. And I just I, I will never go back to that world thankfully. And I think the cost is actually lower. You get an EAS generally an easier apt to deal with and the cost is lower because the just the trends in cloud computing and the way that these services get stitched together really amortize is your costs or at amortize is each of these different services that you're using their, they are amortized. Have they have economies of scale, and so things just seem overall cheaper? Is it your sense as well? Like just apt development is much cheaper than it used to be? Oh, one hundred percent. Absolutely. I think you know this kind of trend in this kind of shift towards like a gemstone modal. One of the key things is doing is his taking ho-chunk so complexity out of you'll architecture the architect to you have to be responsible for, but also the architecture this in play. If we take away service that need to respond to every request that come in comes in perform. Some logic hits a database which needs to exist somewhere as well. Maybe go through load balances, go through all of kind of redundancy planning on those kind of things. And if you take a lot of that away and just say, you know what was serving this directly from the CDN. You'll removing lots of moving parts and you'll you'll removing a lot of need for redundancy and all of those. Those kind of things you'll building on top of some of the things. KOMO to ties and then starting to use services where their business is purely and building providing.

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"hawksworth" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"hawksworth" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Live. I've done a lot of web app deployments on Hiroko also a big fan of her Oku. Yeah. Her Roku, I think was somewhere in between the cloud server full world and the server less to call it a revolution but shift because her Oku really did simplify a lot of the, the deploy. Issues that people had, but you still have this server that you get up and running and it's still in that that kind of paradigm. And so it's, I think the costs are, you know, can be a little more pricey with her Oku as as much as I love it. There's also Gatsby. So Gatsby is I'm just thinking of other other things that are kind of in this space. So gasping, we did a show with that, I believe is an open source static site generator. Yes. And they're building, I believe a business around that or maybe they already launched a business. How does net with compared to Gatsby, as you say, you got speed is a static site generator. So as a tool that will take templates and mock-up and content effectively run, run, build, and then generate a deployable sites. One of the things that speed does really nicely as that, they'll they have a built, which is reasonably opinionated in the way that it delivers your, you'll sign to front-end. So they bundle in lots of really nice too. Demise, Asians, and creates almost like a progressive web up so that you know you can have things like service work because implemented for you ought to medically and give you things like offline access, what have you. So you can do a very performance rendering and also be able to withstand the server, the connection to the network rather than kind of going away while you're on the site. So that's that's really good, but that some that provide hosting. So they are Bill tool that you can use locally all on some kind of continuous integration server, or indeed within the fi to take your your code and generate a site that you can, then you can then host somewhere. Another thing that they do really nicely is starting to explore interesting ways to expose the data. So when we're talking about the content API's that might might drive a site so that you know, you'll pulling content from something like a headless Masol, whatever content sources at Bill time, they built a lot on top of graph you at graph. You'll to give you quite a nice ridge. Which way of queering the different data structures that exist in the kind of the API ecosystem that you live in so that you can. You can have very rich access to this content while you comply compile template so that that's rather nice they, this is something that you run Bill time, and then the outlets of is something that you the then host, which is what we work very closely with or other. We have a lot of sites that built using using gasping, and if there are a few services that that kind of seem to seem to be very, very the moment, capture the capture, the zeitgeist and gossipy certainly is is one of those. How do you see graph q. l. fitting into the jam stack in the near future? I think he's incredibly valuable. I think is very interesting. Prospectus. Again, kind of going back to my slight web hippy days. I'm just a huge fan of rest and restful.

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"hawksworth" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"hawksworth" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Sites where the performances impacted by needing to cool, another job script Tapie is somewhere else to change the you. I in the first place that can have an impact. We're in a nice position where since we're able to serve all of your sites from all of the versions of your sights on their different branches directly from the CDN we can start to run AB test directly from the CDN as well. So we'll say, okay, we'll set up a test that runs comparing splits, half the traffic to go to the master branch and in half to, you know, my new purchase button branch and that traffic switching happens at the CDN level. So both experiences of being served to the end user exactly as they would be in production. There's no, there's nothing stunning between them so that could be really powerful in terms of a way to do things like AB testing. Is ends up being ready trivial to set that's up. And I've lived through much more complex setups in different types environment where actually creating full AB tests can be can be quite difficult as it is a few things. They be testing elements pretty interesting because there are all these AB testing systems that really do penalize you on performance. But if you have different versions of your site getting built at build time, like you said, you have this build system where I just put in a get hub repo, and the get hub repo gets pulled onto a container and gets built on that container and then served to CDN will if you built multiple versions of the site right there, then it's like each of those versions of the site when actually get served to the user. You don't have any latency from the testing framework doing some switching state. -ment based off of, you know what this person's GIO is or who they are. I guess you might, you know, you could have that that work being pushed to the CDN like maybe if you wanted to be doing an AB test that was switching on the user's gender for example than you could have the CDN do this, do the switching right there, I guess. So, yeah. I mean, you need to be able to detect and then choose to roots from one thing to the other. So deciding how how you capture the Genda you could certainly do that. I mean, so for instance, we the CD-roms, the edge nodes, the of of the sites. We've built some logic in there as well to do things like a detect, you'll you'll language settings or your local. So things like localization that also become something that you can do in a in a pre rendered fashion as well. So a static site generator that builds out a version of your site for old of the languages you want to support. Those are. Rule then pushed out to the CDN, and then we're just rooting to different different paths in the sites at the CDN level again, kind of switching content for you in that way. It sounds like it's the kind of thing that would be potentially quite complex to do elsewise, but just having that little bit of logic, the CDN level that we just give you access to just so that you can route things in different places that turns out to be just really quite powerful..

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"hawksworth" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"hawksworth" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"What we'll do is as we run, you'll build if we see in your HTML that there's a foam element and you've decorated it with a net defy attribute. We'll say, okay, we'll look at the full. See what form fields are in there, and we'll create for you on the fly an API that will post to for you automatically. So that's nuts. Adding another third party or Java script dependency, that's just purely giving you a full mandala. So now that that HTML has somewhere that it will post to two and then you can access that data either through the Adleman UI or we give you an API. We give you an API effectively for everything. So then you can get data back and use it in another build, or you can notify of things in this kind of things. So that's going to an obvious next step that we had this tooling and as there's a bunch of other things like we'll doom brench builds for you. So I don't know if you've. Ever ever lived through the pain of working on a big projects where you've had to create a production environment to staging environment at Devon, virement testing, environmental all manner of environments, which meant to be perfect facsimiles of each other. So you have confidence as you build, you'll site out and progress. It can be quite painful in creating all the infrastructure. The way that we do is that we just tweet every every bit of infrastructure. Just executives, say everything is affectively production infrastructure. This kind of thing that we're trying to come onto ties and that you build on Toko. So if you decide that will, you know, I want to be able to have a staged version of my sight as what is the production one. You do that using get conventions that exist already. So you'll create a branch, whatever you name that brench. We'll create an instance of your sights with that name prefixed in the URL as well for you. So it means that you create a death branch. You push that will also built that and we'll propagate that to death dot your sites, dot dot com. Heavy. So it means that you can start to create these these different environments that rule based on on branches and the kind of get infrastructure and workflows that develops already or d. kind of used to key is that these things are rule as production. The rule on the same global CDN. So there's no loss in performance between them. They're really kind of indicative of what the experience is true to going to be. So that's that's kind of quite powering. I'll give you another word in a second. No, sorry, I'm kind of rambling. This kind of leads me straight onto the next thing which is once you've got brench deploys where you can serve different versions from different branches of your site. You know, at the same level on the CDN we can start to add things like AB testing to that. Now, AB testing is one of those things which is often seen to be very powerful, but quite hard to do very, very well. Loss of popular approaches to this will may be used Java script to let you serve different versions of your site. So maybe kind of small Terezin to either some language. Awesome. UI and that's often done with Java script difficulty. There of course, is that we know that performance has a huge impact on experience. So if we're serving two versions of the.

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"hawksworth" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"hawksworth" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"There's a job board that these were all on different platforms and they moved across to the gem stack. We did a bit of. A project with them to do that. And that's so yes, it's a very big publishing site that has lots of content posted, but it also has comments. It also has e comas ticketing still joke board. This is all on the gem stack as well and actually use the kind of thing that you would. You would absolutely notes associated with the this notion of a static site is all possible. And these kind of API enable that arou- there now and they getting more and more traction and those are becoming more readily available. So as you said a moment ago, I think the examples that we're going to start to see they're going to get more and more prolific a more and more advanced, and I think they're going to really start to prove out that yes, the blog is a very obvious place to go with this, but it's far from the limits is you can really, you can really apply this to too much to most of the things that you might be able to imagine. Right. Well, I think even I think about something like net flicks or something like Netflix is actually a good example. So there's a. Company a fairly new company called mucks, and I've there sponsor of. They've been sponsored the show in the past and I've had them on the show a couple of times. They're really interesting to me because they take care of video hosting and delivery and easy imbedding video, and it's all through API and it's very simple API, and I think it's an API that will fewer developers know about then they should because I think a lot of developers are afraid to build applications that heavily involved video video-sharing apps. For example, they just assume it's it's really hard and complicated, but that's an example of something that's that's becoming easier. I know AWS also API's around making video a lot easier. But you know, you can imagine a very rich server 'less Netflix style thing, or I think a machine learning, heavy data, heavy app. Somebody might be afraid to build a static aside. Site or an infrastructure involving that kind of thing. But we just did a show a while ago with a company that's a real estate machine learning company. This is one of the most interesting shows I have had the pleasure to do recently about this company that that just runs large, large-scale machine learning stuff around housing and real estate, and they've got it infrastructure. That's, you know, mostly server 'less and I see the service stuff is kinda the same thing as the jam stack..

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"hawksworth" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"hawksworth" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"And I think that's that's where a lot of the kind of sites and projects that I work on the direction that going in. So Havana's the the question is a long answer to a short question. Well, that term static site, I think it originated when people started serving, well, maybe didn't originate, but the first time I heard the term static site was the idea that you could serve a website out of an s. three bucket for example. Yeah. And it simul take. Asli amazing because of got this s. three bucket I'm just using for storage and woah can actually serve an entire website out of it in. That's pretty nice. You know, because setting up an entire website is sometimes annoying or historically been annoying to was, of course quite limiting because you just had routes pointing to assets that were sitting around in your storage buck your s. three bucket or your as your blob storage bucket, but static sites or the notion of static sites is kind of a fuzzy term. Can you unpack that a little bit more? What do people mean when they say static website? Those another good question because do people mean I know what I what I mean, when I took about this topic site is a site, the is capable of being so from simple web hosting infrastructure. So being served from a CD. I mean, you've already cooled as as a perfect example. You know soup. Inconvenience and kind of low maintenance view as a site maintain a to just throw your assets onto us three and then they'll get served fabulous. You know, having to maintain a server that has logic running the, you've got to keep a patch with security updates and all of those kind of things. So there's a real virtue to being able to to be capable of being served in that way. As you say, it does seem just a little bit limiting because it's just serving dumb assets. So I think you know a lot of times that is a hang out that we that we kind of have and that's a that's a bit of a hangover if you like of the way that we've looked at hosting infrastructure in particular. So I think a lot of people do think of static sites as being a brochure, a resume, something very, very simple. Actually, static site can actually become much more dynamic in behavior. If you're able to low things like the friction to deploying updates and the way that you can interact and those kind of things. So I typically dynamic site that you might think of could be a blog you think of the biggest most popular blogging infrastructure. There is something like WordPress, which of course runs on HP and has a dynamic back end because he's hitting database and all of those kind of things. But really the content, you creates a blog. I don't know if I would necessarily describe that as dynamic in his behavior is the kind of thing. This written infrequently in read very, very frequently. So do you need to be hitting a database thir- every request is kind of the question there. And my position is is to say, no, you don't need to do that. If you can pre rented that and then have the old of the views rendered and on a CD and for people to hit. That's great because that's can be served statically capable of being so statically. It means it's gonna full much better. This few, a security kind of attack vectors, an all of those kind of things that go along with that in terms of the complexity of the infrastructure. So I always liked to think about putting as much distance as. Possible between the the end user and the complexity of the background. So if the complexity happens to Bill time, is that of a request time that's kind of desirable. So that's what I think of when I think of static site something where the cogs on turning at the time that the request happens, but that's not to say that you couldn't have loss of cogs turning and we'll kinds of complexity Bill time. And I think the tooling is getting better now to to make that much lower friction and easier to easier to do complex things in that space. The thing you said there that stuck out to me was these websites are written infrequently, but perhaps a red frequently. So I think about my own website, software engineering, gaily dot com. We.

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Software Engineering Daily

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"hawksworth" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Hawksworth you are the head of developer relations at netla fi, welcome to software engineer daily. Thanks very much. Thanks for having me. I want to talk to you today about the jam stack, which is one of these terms that's used to describe a collection of developer tools and patterns that people use. There are examples of this in the past, like the mean architecture or the p the lamp stack jam stack is a newer piece along that lineage. What is the jam stack knows a great place to start on. First glance, it does sound like a bit of a buzzword on our industry is kind of full tombs. They send you a couple of jumps doc is to the jam in gem stocks today is Joe script API's and mockup, and really is trying to describe a pretty much as you said like a a way of approaching development. Says, tools and processes. The allow you to build sites in a slightly different way to maybe as being being popular more recently is almost like the operating system has moved to tiny bit closer to the user in in the browser. So really this is talking about building sites in a way where we pre render content with with markup. So the content is there. Maybe we enrich that at the time Bill time with access to API is all we may be cooler API's directly from the browser, client side using Java script. So in this way, that Java script has kind of come the Runtime of the web. You can start to bring the stack much closer to the user. So jams Dak is intense, took about that, and you could also argue this a bit of a convenience to to to really get past some of the hangups that you might might encounter when you describing static sites? No, I often talk about static size and the gem stack has two sides of the same coin, but static sites. When you hear that term you immediately think about the expire. Being static, but actually is, you know, we're talking a little bit more about things that can be hosted on static hosting infrastructure or or direct from a CDN, and that's a real virtue, but people kind of think about something this can only be experienced tactically. If you think about slightly different, you talked about the gem stack which is Java script, which could be statically. It could be used very dynamically right from from the client, and then using things like API is and of course sitting on top mock-up that paints an entirely different picture of what you can create..

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"hawksworth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"hawksworth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"To be without linebacker. Nick vigil now for about a month about vaunt as birth sprain. Sprained MC L and his knee cut block in the first quarter. So that means somebody in black and gold is going to be fined by Friday. What about you? What about perfect elbow to the head of Tony O'Brien? He might be seeing some time. Oh, no. Let's see. Played one game. The Bearcats have been picked a definitive second in the American athletic conference in college basketball behind UCF, really. And Jared, Jared, Colin Cumberland Kirshner has been picked a preseason first team all conference Jared Kirschner. So do appreciate you support. Bill your voice, and you've been with us and just say Hello to all you people. A lot of you're a great American. Thank you. Thank you sparkling. You're just hearing the playback God, I feel like John the Baptist that sold. The messiah please take my head aleisha Lipton Willie from Hawksworth blood center. She's not a, oh, she loves the nightlife. He likes to buggy she does like to boogie Hawksworth blood center and university of Cincinnati put out an urgent need for type o blood donors now increase usage of negatively affected the local blood supply hawk needs as many donors as possible as soon as possible, go to Hawksworth dot. Org or call five one three four five one zero nine one one. Schedule an appointment. What about Megan Markle getting pregnant? What do we.

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"hawksworth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"hawksworth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Can you quickly take us through the process of giving blood for people who have never done it you know what can they expect okay if it's your first time coming into donate we always ask let us know what your first time if you're nervous we can walk you through the process we can explain things to you the first thing you're going to do is you're going to be given a tablet if you don't like the digital tablets we can also do some paper will just go through a checklist it'll go through medications you may be taking any travel restrictions if you've gone to a malarial zone we'll go through all of that then we do have very brief many physical we're going to check your heart rate and your pulse we're gonna check your temperature and then lastly we will check to make sure that your iron levels safe for you to be a blood donor if you're levels low we don't wanna take that away from you because you need that once that is completed you would then be taken to one of our donor chairs if you're donating whole blood which is what most people think of when they think of blood donation you're only going to be in that chair for ten minutes maybe max would be fifteen minutes and then the best part comes is after that you know you saved a life and you get some good cookies all right so you mentioned that having enough iron is one qualification what are some of the others that you have to beat in order to make a donation well they definitely have to have enough iron in their body they also need to weigh at least a hundred and ten pounds so if you come in and you look like you're borderline for that lower weight we may ask you to get weighed and again we just want to make sure it's safe for you the individual to donate blood as we've already talked about summertime typically a slow time of the year for you but hopefully a promotion that starts tomorrow will help with an increase in donations what's going to be going on hip hippo jerez so if you donate blood at a hawksworth neighborhood donor center monday july the second through friday you will get one free ticket to the cincinnati zoo no alicia hopefully this will be a really big promotion for you this town absolutely in love with fiona so if they want to go out and have a chance to to see her this is a great way to to go about doing that it is it's right around a holiday weekend so you can donate on monday or tuesday and then potentially you know go to the zoo later that we can see fiona everyone loves fiona alright alicia how could they go about making an appointment but.

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"hawksworth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"hawksworth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"In las vegas when a gunman opening fire on a country music festival crowd killing fifty eight victims more from abc news in this audio from newly released police body camera footage las vegas police officers on scene or taking cover behind patrol cars barricades and walls is their colleagues are hit by gun sign panik concert goers are told to hide behind any kind of cover they could find when the gunfire finally stops officers begin loading the wounded into civilian pickup trucks and cars alex stone abc news the butler county sheriff says the suspect in yesterday morning standoff in trenton remains in hospital and he is talking after he shot himself along south boulevard investigators went there after finding the body of a woman at madison township after the gunfire the body of another woman was found in trenton has somerset's in a blood shortage across the us grows all blood types are needed to be donated but especially type o negative people who know their blood type and they know their onegative negative that will come in as soon as possible alicia lipton with hawksworth blood center seven neighborhood donor centers located throughout the tristate were in anderson relache mar central office which is why you see fort mitchell hawksworth north which is in westchester try county and western hill roy adams who radio seven hundred wwl w news radio seven hundred wwl.

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