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"jvm" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:31 min | Last month

"jvm" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Back in. We are two hours away from talking to the championship coach of the college World Series. Mike Bianco, just two hours from now. Right now, let's get back to our guests and we are delighted to say hello to Nick Kelly from the Tuscaloosa news writing about a number of things and Nick, thank you very much. Good to have you on in great sea recently. So let's start with Bryce young and from the looks of your article, college football should be concerned. Good afternoon. Good afternoon, Paul. Good to see you. And yeah, frankly, if you look at his track record in the off season he's having, he's going to have a pretty good year and this might be some rat poison on this Monday, but not the yummy kind, but I think Bryce could legitimately be better this season than he was last season even when he won the Heisman Trophy. I don't want to jump up and be shocked by what you said because it makes perfect sense, but I'm sure some are saying, how can that be? So give it a shot. How can that be? Well, you look back to the high school for him, and obviously college is a different game than in high school, but in high school, from his junior year when he was an all state player at modern day in California. He goes to a senior year, and he took a jump where he threw 39 touchdowns as a junior, his senior year through 58 touchdowns. And he also ran for ten as well. And so he's a guy who even when he's already having a great career year. He's looking to build on that and his dad said that he is a look very similar to that time, looks similar to when Bryce was coming into high school and was trying to beat out the incumbent upperclassmen at quarterback. And so this version of Bryce is not new and he's motivated this off season. There's no doubt. And let's talk about his compliments because we know what he had up into the SEC championship game and then everyone started dropping off with injuries. What does the crew around him look like for 22? Yeah, well, you started receiver. It's going to look very different, but that doesn't necessarily mean they're going to be bad or even just average. I mean, this could be a really good receiving core. Gone or Jameson Williams John mechi, Slade Bolden. He was a valuable flat guy for him, but they brought in guys like Jermaine Burton from George or they brought in Tyler harrell from Louisville. Tyler harrell is an incredibly fast receiver. He doesn't have a ton of production, but neither did Jameson Williams. And so I'm very interested to see how he does in high school. Tyler harrell was in a relay as a junior with three future NFL cornerbacks, and they wanted him to be the anchor, kind of close it out for him. Just because of how ridiculously fast this guy is. So you got a guy like that that Bryce can work with. And also jameer Gibbs running back from Georgia Tech, it's going to be a lot of fun to watch this year and could be a real difference maker for them offensively. Nick, it seems like when you go searching for something to be upset about if you're in Alabama fan, you start with the offensive line. I've heard both sides of this. I realize we're all speculating now, but you're close to the program. What does the offensive line look like? There will be protecting Bryce young. Yeah, I mean, I think there's some battles still to work things out. I mean, you, of course, bring in a guy like Tyler Steen, who is not here in the spring for Vanderbilt, got a lot of experience at left tackle. And so he could be a likely guy. I mean, JC Latham have heard a lot of good things about him as another potential starter attack. I mean, that's the real question or the tackle spots because in terms of the interior, you kind of have three, four guys who we kind of know are going to be the guys in terms of JVM Cohen. You have Amelia key or right guard, you have its center Seth McLaughlin and during dall court. And so you have a lot of guys with some experience just a matter of, okay, who's the guy who they want to go with? And kind of like you alluded to. I mean, if this offensive, I can give Bryce time, that's going to go a long way in him, having a great year. With Nick Kelly, the test score is the news, Nick, I know you recently chatted with Greg burn, the athletic director about a number of important issues concerning Alabama. Tell us what he said. Well, cover a lot of ground, so not easy to sum up in this segment, but just a mix of course, there's some things on the local level that people are interested in in terms of a new arena in terms of alcohol sales potentially coming to Brian Denny. It's definitely they're looking through that process. Then also we talked, we talked scheduling and kind of similar things that we've heard in the past of for scheduling Alabama wants a good games. And so if it doesn't it being 9 division games, that is going to be something they're going to be supportive of. And so a variety of topics, but those are just the quick cliff notes for you. In terms of future schedules, Greg burn has said before that for the most part, Alabama is done with the neutral site games. Alabama made those games for all intents and purposes. So we know that this Texas game, the next couple of years. What is the rest of the schedule look like moving ahead and what could it look like way down the road? Yeah, I mean, that's the thing. They've been scheduling in somewhat within mind of thinking there was going to be 8 games, but they've scheduled some really kind of fun matchups. You've got like a Notre-Dame down the line. Gun Oklahoma state down the line. Just some really just, if you're a college football fan, so match if you don't really see very often, but are going to be kind of fun to see kind of how it plays out. And of course, we're talking years down the road, but there's some matches that are coming up that they have some really good non SEC power 5 matchups that they've scheduled. It seems.

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"jvm" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

03:25 min | 2 months ago

"jvm" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"The matching is all built and see ourselves plus. And that really then gives us the most control over the execution flow as well as the underlying hardware to make sure we're optimizing our execution path for the underlying architecture. And so we have, as I mentioned before, we have colocation for the exchange offering. And so it's part of our system is on prem. That's not all in the cloud. And we've done that to be able to maximize throughput and minimize latencies. And so there are kind of primary two languages that we source for and into those roles here. Aside from that, there's a number of other languages that are used because I'm a data science, these python and our SRE teams from automation, they use good lying, as you mentioned. But I think in terms of yeah, the financial service components and infrastructure, it's more and more being donated by C++ and periphery components are available in a JVM called in in Java. So can you help me understand the delineation between JVM platforms and C++? Because I can obviously imagine C++ for the low level mechanics of trade execution, like maybe if you have some really big pool of orders of buy and sell orders and you have to pair them, you have to do some matching. That's really latency sensitive. Lots of kind of filtering and sorting operations that you would want to get really quick. Then on the other hand, the JVM side of things I could see just for calling into that lower level C++ infrastructure and you can take advantage of the greater safety higher level of abstraction for actually calling into those low level functions, but maybe you could tell me more about the interface between those two platforms. Yeah, sure. I mean, you have described it pretty accurately. I think that for us the delineation is orange public gateways that are stateless and need to scale fast and service both open-source technologies and platforms I mentioned Redis. We use Kafka for event driven architecture and message passing. And so like these libraries and integrations are practice and readily available and tried and tested in production, environments. And if you go to the COC bus plus, there's less of these available. So you either have to build them yourself or find some niche library that may not be battle tested. And so generally for a service where we need to spin up public facing APIs, whether that's web socket or rest, or maybe even internal services for GRPC, which we have, in some cases, there is much easier to do that. And quicker to do that in these hardware obstructed languages, where this is kind of common practice and happens all the time, right? And then in terms of the interface between them, as I mentioned, we are using Kafka to basically message pass between the JVM world and then consume it into C++ world. And that's really kind of the interface that primary interface we're using between the two. Gotcha, how else are you utilizing Kafka? We mainly use it as an event.

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"jvm" Discussed on Veteran on the Move

Veteran on the Move

05:53 min | 3 months ago

"jvm" Discussed on Veteran on the Move

"So it's like it's basically permissive TDY all expenses are on you. That's what my next question was. The army is going to pay you your current salary as a soldier to go do this program, where does army run relief come into that? Yeah. So that is, to me, the great thing about this program with the army realizes that transition is an issue and they want to help soldiers get set up for this. And I just want to add one piece that's also a real benefit to the career skills program. So say you join the army at 18 years old. And then you spend three and a half years doing your thing in the army. Regardless of your MOS and then the last 6 months, the army allows you leadership allows you to participate in the cruise fields for them and they get out to a meaningful job. I mean, there's not much of a better recruiting tool than that in my opinion. To say the army brought me into care of me while I was in and helped me transition to get this great job. So it affects recruiting as well. So with these soldiers, all of the expenses are on them. Now, if you go from, say, brag to Campbell for a CSP. A lot of the garrisons have barracks space where a soldier can stay in those barracks. So that cuts down on a gigantic cost right away. But all those other expenses fall on them. So what we do is we decided we don't want money to be a reason that a soldier can not participate in a career skills program. And we did a we did a pilot program between JVM fort hood and fort bliss to kind of see not necessarily to be interested because we knew that there would be interest in this and we knew that soldiers would participate in it. We wanted to just kind of iron out all the wrinkles of the process of how we were going to go about this. And just through that pilot, we learned a few things. And we're still kind of determining determining money amounts, how much to provide each soldier as a total based on this first year. We're going to see how they do in this first 6 to 12 months, you know, kind of the things that the requesting and what they need. But which is great, army emergency relief has committed at least $3 million while I will say at least we've committed $3 million to the cruise deals program this year..

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"jvm" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

04:21 min | 10 months ago

"jvm" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"For the conscious russians. Well with in your case. I don't know how you're going to choose. What's one of your biggest successes. You've had so many but if you just choose to focus on how it helped you change your mindset in view of what you actually could achieve as stepped away from the ceo job of heart mass which is an organization. I've been with for twenty five years. And i and i was doing this at a time when i was in between hip replacement surgeries after the saf infection after my mother passed away after the cancer surgery so this is a a rough period of my life and i wasn't quite sure where things were heading. I was hoping i had experienced. Premature aging would go goes for actual aging again. And that's what i'm holding onto. I wasn't quite sure at the time so it took a while for me to get my my grounding again. Just be back even back to energy in back to back to normal. Were number living. And i kinda doubted myself while i owed wet wet wits. What's next for me. And it was when i started acknowledge that i was actually born to be a mentor. That i've always offered to guide. People have always done this spontaneous. The is that a young woman to tunisia. The mentoring for the past four years originally to get out of a very very challenging family situation and create a new life in new part of the world and voices can wanted to do this in recognized finally as a as a company in washington. Dc hired meets a mentor their executive team and then worked to build new programs within the company. That i loved to do this. I love to do it with people my age. Let's do with people my daughter's age and so there's there's kind of a natural desire to do that that i kind of acknowledged and has acknowledged that i realized i have a lot of value in that way because i have gone through a lot of life experience. I've been through alive wet with. Sounds like a ton of success which has been but as you would know. Jvm shamir who listeners. To with last successes came also game all those days and nights of abject failure or feeling of my god am i. am i just a dilettante. Who can't can't keep a job. Can't java can't stay focused on something and how did that. Change your mindset. While i think it was basically honoring the gifts that i had instead of kind of questioning and to spread out and can i really give anything as the i guess the freedom to really finally find your eagle self and really put your wings out and fly..

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"jvm" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"jvm" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"A lot of people haven't experienced java as a programming language to do that kind of stuff in job is really good for doing that kind of stuff. I worked at a trading company that had built its own low level data transfer systems and jarvis. Great for doing that kind stuff. Yes it is nice like it. It's very good. The thing as we as kind of drew it evolved in the development of bulb for the one thing that i realized so i mentioned earlier that we moved a lot of the data out of in memory data's like puran memory arrays and into memory mapped files. That were doing native access for one thing that we've run into as we've as we've done that is that java's interactions with native memory. And just it's rigidity in how it needs to be able to apply object structure to to native memory actually makes us do contortions that link if it was written if if we had something in. Crc bus plus where you could just be like. Hey here's a pointer by the way this pointer is pointing to this type of data so just read it like that. I don't like don't think about it. There could be some some nicer things and so like java definitely nice for doing this sort of stuff especially when you're keeping things in the jvm once you start going across the jvm native boundary you get into a little bit of some kind of contextual mismatch mismatch between what what you want to be able to what allows you to do even though over the kind of the evolution of java. It's like with the promotion of unsafe too like with the separation of unsafe into the things. You really shouldn't use an okay. These things are okay to us. And some of that. Like i see movement in the jehovah's space that that will probably make it easier to work with native memory from the jvm but right now even today. I'd say that once you start crossing that boundary you can you you run into interesting and I'm not sure if they're fun but you run the interesting problems. Jet brains.

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"jvm" Discussed on Talking Kotlin

Talking Kotlin

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"jvm" Discussed on Talking Kotlin

"It in the code base. And it kind of just snowballed from there. Basically like halo unit test and by november. We were using production. So sweet i did rejects paper after all that just to give proper credit critics do. Are you going to give me any credit or credit giza. Patrolling us The next year right I think actually dragged vishnu on talking kotlin with me and error. This was right before the google. Ao announcement and haughty was like oh. I wonder there's going to be going to be anything interesting. Announced that google. I o this year and we're just like we don't you know and then of course that was the year that interest of supporting scotland. So so i'll blame you. Is that same as credit. Yes by the same name. Pops up on duller. Seo well on this topic actually. I do have to ask you how you you do. Have to tell us. A the the the very abridged version of how you got into touch with cotton. I because i know people are gonna ask in the comments. I i've mentioned that. I think numerous times it was under breslau. Couldn't go to a conference. And he said. Can you give a talk on katainen. And it was like i had about forty five fifty days to learn the jvm and everything and it was so bad. That i was using c. Sharp conventions in my coat. it was just. It was horrendous now. But but i got the justin for your for for your information. It was an oscar. I got the largest room in the venue around two hundred people and about eight. People showed up so estimated is traditionally hard problem so margarita. The also onto tell us a little bit about how you may be got started because it's very exciting to to see people Go go from from starting with the language of the first place to now. You said you're working on on analyzes for the language. That's that's quite a journey. Yeah that's actually was my dream job. 'cause i tried to introduce cleaning many companies that he worked for But unfortunately this forces the ghosts mostly because other developers and not all of them are so excited about copland and My journey was Started to guess since two thousand fifteen or something exists have heard about what they heard something leg braces developing new. Jvm language and I felt like why do we need one more. Jvm language and they said stealth like it won't won't be that great but into southern sixteen There was a conference in kief. And i heard the adult from anton. Gigs and i was so much impressed by his outfit. So i thought the guy inside. Great i can tell some bullshits. Oakland.

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"jvm" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"jvm" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

"Texas destroying all different kinds of livestock and crops and jbs slaughterhouse. What how would are you applauding. Jvm focus yeah absolutely. You should expect to pay at least double for many of your animal. Protein staples the summer and through the fall. Chicken in particular is getting extra her defined as all the fast food restaurants start adding chicken sandwiches to their menus. Gobbling up the already small supply from local restaurants and home cooks and this is an addition to pilgrim's pride announced that the cost of feed was going up so that they were going to have to raise the price says of chickens before any of these other problems as was like probably two or three weeks before the. Jbs hack was. They released a statement saying that. Yeah feed costs is going up because corn was going up and that's which is most their feet is composite. But so yeah and they're just passed along to the consumer joe trez owner of wingmen and cinema. Which is a great name and said that since february of this year he seen the price of chicken wings nearly triple quote. It's usually around sixty five dollars for a forty pound case and around the super bowl. It usually goes up to about eighty said trust. His last order of wings had the cost at one hundred and sixty five dollars a case which means that it's like him will have to raise their menu prices or they're gonna have to shut down and you've seen announcements from buffalo wild wings and a lot of different restaurants Popeye's ran on our chicken for a while like everybody's having trouble getting their hands on it and most are still weighing their options. Trying to figure out if prices are gonna break anytime soon and y'all they are not well and maybe this is what it should cost. Yeah like maybe. They're starting to fuel the actual cost of production. Yes and that's it's not as cheap as we've made it out to be exactly. Yeah when everyone's like oh it's so expensive to be it's like well it's not your. Your prices are fake. But they're going up y'all and so if you're seeing some crazy prices on menus know that there are about one hundred million factors leading to that and the restaurant really doesn't want to do it so maybe is a good time to explorer plant based options. Broccoli stay steady. I know a great website. The y'all can visit for excellent recipes abandons dot com always free. Go check it out. We also have a bunch of books. They pretty well probably for a.

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"jvm" Discussed on Talking Kotlin

Talking Kotlin

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"jvm" Discussed on Talking Kotlin

"Schema that is a desktop up using on desktop And actually use react reacting Electron on this stuff with where you can say in relation to gave him so where. There's actually not that. Many things china to to android except of actually grabbing the context here in so so. There's no specific bindings to why it should be on android only so for just ability and also yeah just to be able to run it in. Jvm it's not that step were a. It's it's not out there yet. So maybe regretting that saying that. But there's not that many obstacles just getting there and with the ability to run auto tests on on local vm. Instead of having to run it for him you later so real devices stuff like this yet not make sense yet so return they were using. Jvm targets for our compiler tests and for other anti gration tests in Bustling project but we are not exposing it as a public. We support yet. Okay so i assume that. A lot of the folks listening in on talking kotlin are android developers just because that's the majority of the people using Using colin right so as an android developer. Do i also get benefits from this new implementation As compared to the the old version that that only has like a thin wrapper I'm i'm thinking integrations with maybe the ecosystem Carotenes i don't know what else you folks have have in store there. Yes i like. I mentioned like the the the major thing that push us to are continuously case to ride a causing i as decay and then supports the different targets vying with platform a so. We come up with a design. Look to see how we could integrate with various framework like flow protein rx etcetera so but would be the first benefit for you. If you're using real jealous like you don't have this Just spending model but people's find like Australian in so. That's the first.

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"jvm" Discussed on Talking Kotlin

Talking Kotlin

07:52 min | 1 year ago

"jvm" Discussed on Talking Kotlin

"Welcome to another episode of parking kotler. Everyone my name is still set. And i'm still here with my co host. Howdy yeah you slum kick me off yet right you keep you keep trying. Keep trying to get rid of me as the weather set. Keep trying and keep failing. It's pretty decent. I hope it will hold out for my for my next vacation. Which i'm taking in just two days. Sounds guy from your living room. Tr the bedroom to the to the verandah catching some sunlight. Hopefully nice i. It's kind of sunny out here right now but again. You know me with my blinds down. I'm yanna lighting and all of that stuff because while we're here we're talking cotton right and today we're gonna be talking kotlin with two individuals who are geoffrey amounts from google. We're going to be talking about contributing to the compiler and many other things so let's welcome our guests. Jeffrey van gogh an engineering managerial android studio and make a charts for hundreds program. It's and my name is ms. I'm an engineer at google. I'm on jeffrey team. I'm the tech lead for some of the compiler stuff that we do so building. The dexter that turns java class wise in files the rh drinker which makes android app smaller. And most importantly for this podcast working on the compiler. Wow yeah it's really good to have both of you on the show. And i probably just want to start you off with with a bit of an open ended question and yeah you can. You can just see where that takes us. You say you're you're contributing to the call in compiler what would you say does that entail. What kind of scope is not so the the main two things that we're working on our the new compiler back end that is coming for the. Jvm beckons. Where about to turn it on as the staple for the one five release and we're also working on then you front end because bills beat is a very important issue for now all people using a compiler and definitely also katelyn. We have some other projects as well. Maybe we should should wait a little bit with the windows. And and i'll be happy to dive more into why we're contributing to both the new front end. Antonio beckoned surface if we start with the With the beckoned so so matt before before we call him my father. Because i know that some people maybe listened to some previous podcast of mine which apart from my model and for folks not familiar with the concept. What is the front end. Memorials the back end. Because i'm thinking people are saying like kato sarin the okay taty so so so so typically compiler split into two to two pots from than than back in the front end is the is the pop that takes your input sauce and figures out if it's actually a valid in program So it will do. Syntax analysis will figure out if it even makes sense according to the grammar of the language and And it will stop with the what you typed in. And now you know that it's tactically valid but is it also sort of semantically ballot. So do the types of makes sense and compiler that it will stuff like resolution finding out for any simple what it refers to it involves type checking figuring out if if all other types make sense and if you expect a stranger flow somewhere that nothing else Close there that you don't get hash table flowing instead And since scotland does not have explicit type annotations on everything it also rolls like type inference And then so. Basically the front end is figures out. Is this even a elliott call program. If it isn't it needs to reject the program if it is it posits onto the back end and the back in the needs to take what it now knows is the valley program and generate the output In terms of leeann if you're using lynn. Jvm that's generating class files that can be run on. The java virtual machine if you're using a cutler for javascript it will generate javascript code. And if you're using a native illegitimate nato is it. Correct that you folks are working mostly on the on the jvm back on right. Yes that's correct so for the back end work sunday. It's mostly on the the the jv beckoned so the if we dive into the back into a little bit more the the main reason for google getting involved in that was basically jetpack compose so of course we want the compiler can move forwards. We're heavily invested in cotton and we had a lot of happy android developers using the cotton language for their android apps. But we also had this project culture peck compose which is a new. Ui it's will kit for android that just went beta said last week or two weeks ago And one of the things that jetpack composed us is a it has a compiler plug in and you ride your code So that it looks very nice and ec and so you just like right the linear layout and then you have like lunda which has children like give it ex images and then you build up your ui with something. That just looks like a lot of function calls. And then you have an annotation. That's called at compostable And that one is where the magic happens. Because then the composed has a compiler plug in that rewrites all of your compostable function so that at run time you will not always sort of compost. Your full You i you will only recompose the things that changed. I'm not an expert on composed of any of that is wrong. I i really apologize. But that's my understanding of it off anyway And the the the current beckoned a jvm beckoned was not very easy to deal with in terms of some of these rewriting so that's where the new isaiah intermediate representation in the compiler is very useful for us so actually composed never used the current beckoned. It always used the at that time. A very young new beckoned based on this new in some media representation and the bottom line is that that intermediate representation is a lot easier to rewrite then. The structure in the current beckoned And that's why we re interested in this because we could see that that Supporting jetpack compose in the current back end would be haute. It would be difficult. It would be a lot easier if we could. Just do it in the new one at the same time. If we didn't engage an involve and try to help If we feel alone certain if our timelines would end up Matching so we're trying to do there and what i think. We succeeded in is helping accelerate the development of the f. Jvm version of the back beckoned. So that it's now basically ready to go stable in one five which fits very well with compose having just gone beta so that we're ready to have a composed version ship at at some point that That is.

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Kotlin Multiplatform with John OReilly

Talking Kotlin

09:04 min | 1 year ago

Kotlin Multiplatform with John OReilly

"Regarding a desktop and service. what did you start in. Like what technologies were using so simpson so as deputy so. I wanna finish college in one thousand. Nine hundred started with sort fulltime masters speech recognition. You're using your wall things back then. That was sort of. You can do that about sums watching the cotton. Dl talk yesterday. Where a couple of lines of code can do that. But this writing everything from scratch in c in terms of audio processing fifties and and i've been never confronted themselves and there was there was a need for something. Kinda graphical and i don development for awhile and answer. Windows three came out. I think you're on june nineteen ninety and i So cool your concern dusen. Windows graphical is from speech patterns. And mike you're next so forth down again more chance occurrences a low company was starting to do windows and said hey you know obviously not too many people doing that stage said hey. Join to join to join us so i saw that again. That's what started the decade of doing windows see transitioning cpas plus windows. St kfc com hiram. It's funny because obviously was been toying with a proposed for desktop right now sort of i don't know what you call it control back. Go throwbacks ecstasy. That's what's what's old is new again. So when when did you. When did you actually start with With developing kotlin than so. I'm trying to was the announcement. Okay oh in about five years ago now. Is it a country member. anyway there was a natural icon. I you know to be honest. I hadn't i know a lot of people being aware columnist stage. And we're very excited about it. I i was a little bit in the dark. It wasn't something new to me. I haven't even wear and to another coin spos- as in most companies. We probably weren't in a position to start using cotton straight away. You know And i have had. And i have an obligation to restore cocoa puffs. It's actually it's an aug project hasn't up hope people's find somewhat useful. That actually does but for me. Personally i use it i e kind of overloaded somewhat in terms of as a pop from try technology so when the under doctors coronas came up first of all Used to try goes out. And then went. Kalkin emerged start reggie microsoft katainen and similarly montecot from down the road and And then you know as is frequently. The case trying that out. There then became a platform. Say okay now in the workplace okay. This looks interesting. Let's start to use his here and then shortly after that. Then maybe down. The road asked announced. Maybe we start to use it working and we start to use a gradually in africa project and we ended up doing a for various reasons. We did a company rewrite of our project and we started from the ground up dan with cartoon or katelyn underdog extra bonus cortines and so forth. So so is this your first multiplatform project or not so does sage. i wasn't using work. Under gorbachev sort of had supposed to give you know a little bit more brought on their. You know like this. Be working on mobile for eleven years now and i guess over time like many of us you know we would have source accession cross platform. I guess there's always sort of cross pot from monty python but cross platforms kind of sounders. Right once so reproaches. The dab senator in reactnative approaches. And you know over the course of various projects in the previous companies in new product. Monday or somebody coming in that. Have read some headline. This allows you to do everything in one place all your code face. We don't need to have all these separate irish and each time you took sort of had to move. That weren't approved was an us. Disapprove that dickey. We're gonna do competitions. And we had to prove that this wasn't suitable for the type about. We were developing this platform. it's christians. We needed an end user experience. We need But i'm saying that is supposed as a segue to you know I guess what come interesting monte platform. Because when i when cosimo mantra was aware of it i think we're not to those nineteen towards the end of that. It's sort of immediately struck me as okay. This is a pragmatic saint approach finally to the sharing of code across multiple platforms mobile. I've been involved by the way sort of number of initiatives over the years for free. Willion superstars shared code into office. Which is at least somewhat more sane approach but. I don't know if you guys have worked with john. I had to work jay. You know unfortunately goldstone feel like. That's one of those topics that if you can you usually avoid it. I guess yeah if you can avoid using it as well as we various we had to use it in their practical use. And it's one thing using stateless knight ridder touch it can function as in which you maybe media engine i. I just wanted to say on the topic of jane. I think this is. This is going to become a bit more interesting again now. Also with With all the topics around compulsive for desktop because of a bunch of lake system integrations. I dunno things like global hot keys or stuff the. jvm just doesn't really expose. so i think some some of the people at the forefront. They're wanting to write libraries. Yeah they might might have to go that route anyway. Yeah you know if if you're using it. I robot michael state library that district district functions wanting using your compete shared logic with the framework with the training involved with life cycle aspects. Dot is a different story completely debugging crush reports of So haven't gone through. That in us was having seen the sort of attempts sort of pulling in pushing us towards cross. Platform frameworks cottam. Okafor's was immediately. You know the caught cartoon. The cartoon obviously was an advantage a positive from my perspective but more generally i think it was a sane approach it was targeting shared logic target. Had kind of a mechanism in place where you could sort of. This is critical. You could incrementally adopted you know you start putting in for some small area. And i think that generally by today's still is that you start doing that in you take some particular business. Logic may be may be remote. Api endpoint access or so forth and then graduated up from there. And you know there's another kind of a discussion point around how you socialize that how you get in particular iowa's developers interested in an accepting of the but it's the topic himself but certainly certainly from that perspective. At least i think it's very important. Start small and and as the key thing about the type forums. It appealed point was that it had that capability that it it was lended itself to that sort of adoption. Yes so so just to kind of to recap your point. You feel that the that the main difference between cartland multi platform and these other cross platform. Toolkits is is what exactly that you can adopt them. Incrementally that you that you stay away from From what part would you say is kind of the most interesting here. This quite a few different aspects. I think cutting across different areas You know on one hand. I think If you've been involved in from at all you're very kevin gallagher and sort of pre advocates in and you know of this for some time and i think he did. He described it as a sort of perspective risk management as well. You know you're trying to you're trying to avoid locking out upsetting kita one key differentiator. A there's a. There's a number of them. I think but won't different areas. If you decide to use react native reuse flutter or use a variety of other coaches that have been there over. The years is a song that amount of of and and you know it's an all or nothing sort of approaching the with with commodity farm and it allows you to manage. You know you. Can you can sort of put in graduate. Start using it. Then the flip side of that is this touches on a couple of areas obviously but folks on sheriff business logic as ios an underdeveloped. I wanna use the best of breed technologies ideas get companies. That can when i on on iowa. Sony's combine that we have to frame of their likewise android. Cauchon coatings influence worth and that. That's the key difference here. You know that focus that you know it. I think touches on another area. I think we've got sort of a certain level of maturity culture monte platform where i think a good sign some regards that we've gone beyond okay. This is proof of concept What's it about renown sort of digging deeper into so architectures and different approaches. You can use. And i think this is is little bit as sort of a simplistic way sometimes mentioned quotas just because you can do something doesn't mean you should do something so i think we've be careful. You know it is. Its main sort of setting point is is as focused on shared logic. I see a lot of discussions pushing further up the stack. You know the view model and potentially you you hear in the context composed nowadays. of course. why can't we to compose. and. I think there's a danger to honest. Econ generally too much of a dangerous on too far up and then it just becomes another spot framework. I think our approach in general

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"jvm" Discussed on Casandra Properties Real Estate Podcast

Casandra Properties Real Estate Podcast

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"jvm" Discussed on Casandra Properties Real Estate Podcast

"We wanna rent. How soon can we get in. All these places were booked up like waiting lists. You can't get in and so when we're trying to be strategic about investing in During coal bed looking market like that a very strong rental market has been huge for us. And it's proven pretty successful at least for that. Thirteen unit of having zero delinquencies the building. Not we went under contract with twenty four unit. There are a few delinquencies that have kind of accumulated over a few month period and a couple of different reasons for that just based on the tenants but they did start trending down and then when we sent over our purchase agreement to the seller. We just added an additional clauses that we weren't going to be a reliable eric electing that Delinquent like we just made sure that now there's legal things that we have to input into these documents to kind of Self serve and make sure that we're covering our basis so syndication again just to kind of peel it back a little bit because i hear. Jv thrown around all the time. All i'm getting into a jvm getting into j. Here's a big difference between the jv innocent. You walk through the audience just the finer points of what you can expect in each type of deal yes so. Jv is a joint venture and that's moving together with usually another operator and you're wanting to split different parts of the partnership and kind of what the day to day tasks would be like and most likely bringing either half-and-half capital So ver a joint venture. There's pretty much four big parts of the deal. The acquisition phase of taking down the deal doing the data due diligence. Finding the deal. There is the Capital raise so bringing the capital to take down the deal so You have a partner. That's bringing in the capital raise. They would they could potentially joint venture with them and they would get a percentage of the deal floor bringing that capital the deal There's also the asset manager and that someone who's overseeing the property throughout the life of the investment of making sure that you're raising rents According to how you underwrote the property or making sure that that unit gets renovated on time so that you can start renting it out so if that something that agenda a general partner wants to they could be doing that part of the deal and then there's also the financing part of it so To take down these bigger deals you You usually have to have the net worth or the experience to qualify with a bank. They're a little bit different. That's kind of one of the biggest hurdles that we were faced with. The switching from single family over into the multifamily round was in financing. A lot of the numbers are based on the building. So you don't have to necessarily show your your credit. And i mean you show your credit but you're not solely reliable for the building. The the bank looks at how the building performs in uses that to underwrite their long terms. But you do have to have the net worth liquidity requirements. That are usually in the same as the loan or the same as the buildings of. You're taking down a million dollar building. You need a million dollar net worth liquidity in your name so that can be kinda hard if you're coming in from single family homes so joint venture really just if people coming together and bringing any part of the deal that they want to kind of oversee and then signing on into it together and manning jeanette together. It's it's a little less work. Depending on how big the building is it's and with that comes obligations and responsibilities..

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Lew Cirne on founding Wily Technology and New Relic

Software Engineering Daily

03:50 min | 1 year ago

Lew Cirne on founding Wily Technology and New Relic

"Lou. Welcome to the show scrapes video. Thank you you started new relic awhile ago and before that you started a different company wiley. Both of these companies were focused on what we now call observability hauer software applications today different than from when you started new relic. Well yeah you know. I'll talk about what's different today but also talk about what the same and i guess. It's what's the same as so long as our software there is going to be bugs and they're going to be problems that happen only in production and that's that'll be true forever. I think so as long as humans create software and just like in the medical field are so long as people get sick. Then there's going to be a need for doctors. And so i think so. Long as there are software. There's going to be need for tooling and visibility capabilities to help understand. Soffer behaves when it's running under load in particular and take that understanding to improve the performance availability stability and the customer experience of that software. So when i started wiley twenty-three years ago the idea was this brand. New thing. At the time in ninety eight was java and the idea was let's see inside. Jvm without asking our customers to change any of their source code and put that visibility to production low overhead and captures much data as possible and presented an easiest way possible to help customers debug their jvm's and fast forward to two thousand eight. When i found new relic the thought was well. It's a multi language world now and applications aren't running on two or three physical servers are running on twenty or thirty or so back in that time. Virtual hosts and it was very early in the cloud but people those hosts for running increasingly in new environments like amazon web services. So the idea was. How do you put visibility into that are composed of say a half dozen services running in a virtual environment where. There's multi-language in that. That really was the sweet spot. If new relic when it was founded through the first several years and now here we are in two thousand twenty one what an application looks like today is often hundreds of services thousands of containers more and more in coober netease incredibly complex. A lot of a synchronous work a lot of stuff going on systems like kafka and so trying to make sense of a really complex system is more challenging than ever and it seems like what's behind all of this complexity is imperative to help developers be more productive to first of all have smaller more independent teams who can deploy with pretty good isolation and rely on good. Api's and things like that to allow lots of those teams to collaborate on a large effort at high velocity but so that that increases velocity but it comes at the cost of increased complexity on how that whole integrated system works and the solution to that in our opinion is complete visibility into all the application micro services all of the infrastructure and the end user experience. All into a common platform that operates at massive scale and really the guts of observability. If you understand the difference between observability monitoring i'd say monitoring is about telling you when something's wrong but observability is having access to all the telemetry need to answer. Why is something wrong which you don't even know what question you need to ask next to get to the understanding of what's wrong in today's world it just like collecting a massive amount of data and trying to make sense of it. Is you know as rapidly as possible.

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Redpanda is a Kafka Alternative

Software Engineering Daily

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Redpanda is a Kafka Alternative

"Africa has achieved widespread popularity as distributed queue and event streaming platform with enterprise adoption and a billion dollar company. Confluence built around it but could there be value and building a new platform from scratch. Red panda is a streaming platform built to be compatible with kafka and it does not require the jvm nor zookeeper both of which are dependencies. That made cough harder to work with and perhaps necessary

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Redpanda is a Kafka Alternative

Software Engineering Daily

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Redpanda is a Kafka Alternative

"Has achieved widespread popularity as distributed queue and event streaming platform with enterprises option and a billion dollar company. Confluence built around it. But could there be value and building a new platform from scratch. Red panda is a streaming platform built to be compatible with kafka and it does not require the jvm nor zookeeper both of which are dependencies that made kafka harder to work with and perhaps necessary

"jvm" Discussed on Talking Kotlin

Talking Kotlin

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"jvm" Discussed on Talking Kotlin

"Yeah i just like to mention that initially is. It's an historical day at the behalf with different motivation. For the apology. Half apology s have oppo and the the loss to that we needed this day apple on droids some solution for the enjoy but that was interesting. That a lot of actually through a lot of question was why you call droid east. It's a k. to houston. Jvm and piano that simple even using them that but can't as the client for graph deal and that was so to be honest interested in white coldly simple android but it's like historical we'd never have a chance to drop it the android but the good thing is like if somebody searched for Clients it shows up. Pretty good in the google's searches the i hope it doesn't show up with every example pointing to android. Because you see. I told you. The cotton is only for android brings interacting versions because we recruit named apollo curtin for an example. But it's not just about goodland because it also does rebecca gen so it's would be something like apollo jillian and katelyn which is kind of for most for for something to report. I mean it's this Situation where we have right. We have caught in the jvm and then there is the. There's the cotton is there a cotton android. And then there's scotland john jay cotton native and then native of course is a technology that enables iowa's naples desktop enables naming as hard as i said so. This project started out as what as java or from scratch. It was written in common. So i can. I can't take dead. So basically when i joined our whistles interested in the greatest park but at that time it was all java and in fact the Stock was also groovy little bit of nightmares. I remember now. Yeah so Almost one year ago yvonne started the initial guitar issue to To months dot The first step was to convert not just a library but the cogeneration also into copeland So that was like really big big task First week we kept it. Initial griddle plug in and allow the users to calmer like generate copying basically. That was the first step who so. Why did you request event like why did you want to convert this to cotton multiplatform Feel like i feel a need that these the late when we started the apollo eight two tercel. It was like around sweet ago. I guess in the the reason why it was on. Jvm might be one. What the reason was is that By that time go probably didn't still have announced their the. It's going to support as the source class citizen so be wrote Actually the because john was reconvened calling but the rest The wrist like runtime supporting files. So even more dosage radiothon java code so and but opted. Fb sold the future in quickly multiplied from light. You can have the Network you can have the.

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The Apollo Library for GraphQL

Talking Kotlin

03:23 min | 1 year ago

The Apollo Library for GraphQL

"For folks that don't know anything about this. What is apollo. how does it fit with roth. Qu'ils can you give a brief overview of that. i can take that question So how doing oscar. Much since the beginning and we have open source implementation of logically. Things are off curiel. Stacks maybe i should say oh god stop would be good. Oh so rescue allies I like to think of it as a rest on steroids. So it's a way to communicate with your back. End of that allows client to query specific fields as a need so unlike at traditional rest. Api you query. Jesus and you have off seems so some of the things you might want and some of the things you might not use we've got you l. You can clearly hea- quest only the shells and that as to unit so it's It's a nicer bathroom. Mincy women and its way to model your your data your back Which moves a lot of patients between kids and and on top of that. The nice thing we ask you this. What's a started. What made me love got you all is that it's a completely totally tight. It's actually. It has some similarities with coach because it has features such as a note safety and all types. It's it's a computer type system. So i think it's a very good candidate are good companion to have a when writing quran. So it complements kotla nicely basically right. Yeah there's a to walk city well together because of the same concept and being able to have type safety from your beckoned to your funded is a super useful and as a korean developers are really okay so now tell us about apollo. Where does this sit up. And the way it is Actual clients for and Also falls a jvm and for coaching. They took that later. So it's named envoy because this is where most of us use it so issue haven't annoyed that and you have acura beckham apollo android Will generate models typeset models. That mucho back. So in a very high level it's a adultery gins that generate some code and sauce. Feis that you can later use with a one timer is at two does fascinating and also all kinds of things like jerry quest gushing so essentially you give it an end point and then it generates everything needed to talk to that endpoint right. Yeah give it an an point and customer fight so you would you fight your language. So you'll give goth terrell. find your. give us chemo. Defines orders types in your back end and that put the models for that

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"jvm" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

Data Engineering Podcast

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"jvm" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

"And so that's really what we mean when say mission-critical systems. And in terms of the safety aspect you mentioned that with Kafka you can flush everything to disk on every right, but because of the overhead of the jvm, it ends up being slow. I'm curious if off then your implementation you're using something akin to write ahead log such as what postgres does for being able to handle that safety guarantee while also being able to handle some of the overall performance package put on the underlying Hardware. This is a deep technical topic. So let me give you the big highlights here. So it is actually not just the Champions. So what the jvm adds to a system issue latency, and so there's two aspects to this question here as it's understanding the difference between latency and throughput here out in the garbage collection. What it does is and we've seen this in production within system that you know regularly with two second jvm latency process and in some systems with six seconds latency process kind of on the outliers, so that's what the jvm but what I'm talking about is really throughput dead. And the reason most people don't run Kafka with safety settings is because it affects not only their latency but particularly the two so what happens when you issue enough sync on a particular foul handle is that that injects a global barrier on the colonel and so that file right? So if you if you right into the file, it actually injects a barrier on the file system itself because you can get anything else you have to weigh for the media to be flushed to two discs. We have to flush the file to guarantee data safety, but we do kind of a lot of tricks around batch coalescing and deep down same rights on our raft implementation. The second thing that we did that is from a technical level. We don't use the page cache. And so we eliminate a very large set of locks that have been in the Cardinal on..

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Lexington, Prague and Life inside the US Open bubble

The Tennis Podcast

04:15 min | 2 years ago

Lexington, Prague and Life inside the US Open bubble

"Tennis is back and it is back courtesy of to tournaments in Lexington and Prague. which have taken place over the last week that meant that Katherine Wichita was presenting tennis on television once more Matt's round of applause for Katherine. How good was she? Splendid. You've made me do around of applause well, holding microphone in one hand is difficult but Katherine. Presenting, tabby look very, very easy as she does. Did you do it. Yeah I really did I mean total shock to the system I had to wear non elasticated wastes I had to. Get up before nine am and. Work. That's D Work I mean a lot of that work was watching tennis and talking about it, which is no hardship expertise violins out for me, but it did take. A couple of days of adjustment and I did I did parise my tally wardrobe and veer towards the items that did have elasticated waste say no longer in the suitcase, which now is buying up yet it's been the Kobe. Pack the. Case. To take to St Louis Park. Containing my my tally jvm. Isaac. is any impact through week Stockley Park is where the video assistant referee job isn't it for the football? Yes I've had a va or seminar at Stockley Park. I've you know from? The the BBC. SNOOKA, coverage is coming out of the an adjacent studio at the time. So I was I was mingling with Ken, Doherty and Stephen Hendry all week. So blockbuste-. TENNIS PUNDITS CATHERINE was presenting Amazon prime videos coverage of Lexington We will talk about that. We'll talk about Prague, we're GONNA be talking about the USO and people that are playing people that are not playing other pullouts this week Rossi GonNa talk to Dan Evans. The British number one on life in the bubble he arrived over the weekend. A chat with him last night. So we'll hear from him about what it's like over there. 'cause we can't go this year, which is going to be a bit weird but. At least it looks like it is going ahead from a sports playing tennis playing perspective. At least we'll be something for everybody to watch. But the the event itself in. Lexington am I right in thinking that that was Put. Together in about a month's yeah I believe four weeks. Was the time line. Say, John Saunders, the tournament director over there they had some from Octagon, the management company and they do or they haven't passed hosted a challenger event. So they do have some experience of hosting tournaments but it a very very. legit respect, low level and they they three together this this tool level event four weeks notice. which. ADDS the eyes of the tennis world's on it. The top seed Tennis Club which. Is positioned adjacent to retirement home and with a fairly main road running across the back of the center court. Along which there were. Removals, vans and cement mixes and pickup trucks. Interrupting, interrupting the days tennis frequently. And it was all delightfully quaint and so apt somehow because tennis is more humble. Now upon its return in tennis players are having to be more humble and so it felt kind of really perfect that status his return I know we had Palermo last week in. Pro Pro concurrently, which is a more established tour van but to meet just felt really perfect that it was as as humbling as it was a setting. And even more perfect. He had kind of tennis's biggest superstars at the moment Serena Williams, coca golf and Venus Williams who emerged as they. See Pistol once again,

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"jvm" Discussed on Ouve Isso

Ouve Isso

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"jvm" Discussed on Ouve Isso

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Tilt: Kubernetes Tooling with Dan Bentley

Software Engineering Daily

05:36 min | 2 years ago

Tilt: Kubernetes Tooling with Dan Bentley

"Way way to to get get in in trouble. trouble. Let's Let's start start to to talk talk about about what what you you have have built built with with tilt. tilt. Can Can you you explain explain what what the the tilts tilts product product is is yeah yeah I. I Hope hope so so You You told told me me in in a a in in a a couple couple of of minutes. minutes. Share Share what what we we are are trained trained to to do do with with tilt, tilt is is make it it that that multi multi service service development development is is easy easy that? that. You You can can get get back back to to where where you you were. were When when you you come come in in in in the the morning morning or or when when you you join join a a team, team, you you just just type type tilt tilt up, up, and and it it takes takes all all of of the the source source code code for for all all of of your your different different services, services, and and it it spins spins them them up up in, in. so So you you have have a a developer developer instance instance that that could could be be running running on on your your laptop laptop could could be be running running in in a a cloud cloud cluster, cluster, and and you're you're. You're able able to to win. win. You You hit. hit. Save Save then then see see that that code code running running for for real real not not in in a production environment, but you can load it in your web browser, and you can interact with it, and you can change any line of code whether it's go code in the graph, Q. L., server or type script. That's running in the front end or a JVM, service. Right kind getting live, reload for your entire stack and so. What's important there? Well, one thing is the speed of from when you hit save. How long does it take until you're codes? Running developers are this fantastic and evil kind of lazy. Where if they see a shortcut, they'll start doing it. And it will end up being unsafe at some point, and then you've saved yourself some time because it's faster as you do it, but. When it gets out of sinker, askew. You then have to spend hours figuring out what's happening. And so I'm really proud. That tilt supports live update that you can actually update containers that are running in the cluster, even in the cloud in less than a second. You would never want to do that for your production workloads, but it's the way that you're able to get the same kind of feedback loop low latency as you had before, you moved to Coober Netease for development. And then I think the thing that we've realized is. You don't just need to get the code out there. You also need to get the feedback when there's a problem when a pods and crash loop back off when it dies when it can't even except the camel. You're able to see it in the U.. I because tilt runs as a web APP. It's running on your laptop. Your seeing it in your browser at local host, but you're able to get a holistic view, and so in addition to the logs in the center of your screen over on the right. There's a sidebar that shows you. Each

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Tilt: Kubernetes Tooling with Dan Bentley

Software Engineering Daily

05:36 min | 2 years ago

Tilt: Kubernetes Tooling with Dan Bentley

"Great great way way to to way way get get to to in in get get trouble. trouble. in in trouble. trouble. Let's Let's start start Let's Let's to to start start talk talk to to talk talk about about about about what what what what you you have have you you built built have have built built with with with with tilt. tilt. tilt. tilt. Can Can Can Can you you you you explain explain explain explain what what what what the the the the tilts tilts tilts tilts product product product product is is is is yeah yeah yeah yeah I. I I. I Hope hope Hope hope so so so so You You You You told told told told me me in me me in a a in in a a in in a a in in couple couple a a couple couple of of minutes. minutes. of of minutes. minutes. Share Share Share Share what what what what we we we we are are trained trained are are trained trained to to do do to to with with do do tilt, tilt with with tilt, tilt is is make is is make it it that that it it that that multi multi multi multi service service service service development development development development is is is is easy easy easy easy that? that. that? that. You You You You can can get get can can get get back back back back to to to to where where you you where where you you were. were were. were When when When when you you come come you you come come in in in in in in the the morning morning in in the the morning morning or or when when or or you you when when join join you you join join a a team, team, a a team, team, you you you you just just just just type type type type tilt tilt tilt tilt up, up, up, up, and and and and it it takes takes it it takes takes all all all all of of of of the the the the source source source source code code code code for for for for all all of of your your all all different different of of your your different different services, services, services, services, and and and and it it it it spins spins spins spins them them up up them them up up in, in. so So in, in. you you so So have have you you a a have have developer developer a a developer developer instance instance instance instance that that could could that that be be could could running running be be running running on on your your on on laptop laptop your your laptop laptop could could could could be be running running be be running running in in a a in in cloud cloud a a cloud cloud cluster, cluster, cluster, cluster, and and and and you're you're. You're you're you're. You're able able able able to to win. win. to to You You win. win. hit. hit. You You hit. hit. Save Save Save Save then then then then see see see see that that that that code code code code running running running running for for for for real real real real not not not not in in in in a a production production environment, environment, but but you you can can load load it it in your in web your browser, web browser, and you can and you interact can interact with it, with it, and and you can you change can change any any line line of code of code whether whether it's it's go go code code in the in graph, the graph, Q. L., Q. server L., server or or type type script. script. That's That's running running in in the front the front end end or or a a JVM, JVM, service. service. Right Right kind kind getting getting live, live, reload reload for your for entire your entire stack stack and and so. so. What's What's important important there? there? Well, Well, one one thing thing is is the speed the speed of of from from when you when hit you save. hit save. How How long long does it does take it take until until you're codes? you're codes? Running Running developers developers are this are this fantastic fantastic and and evil evil kind kind of lazy. of lazy. Where Where if if they they see see a shortcut, a shortcut, they'll start they'll start doing doing it. it. And it will And end it will up end being up being unsafe unsafe at some at some point, point, and and then then you've you've saved saved yourself yourself some some time time because because it's faster it's faster as as you do you do it, it, but. but. When When it gets it gets out out of sinker, of sinker, askew. askew. You then You have then to have spend to spend hours hours figuring figuring out what's out happening. what's happening. And And so so I'm really I'm really proud. proud. That That tilt tilt supports supports live live update update that you that can you actually can actually update update containers containers that are that running are running in in the cluster, the cluster, even even in the in cloud the cloud in in less less than a than second. a second. You You would never would never want want to do to do that for that your for production your production workloads, workloads, but but it's the it's way the that way you're that able you're able to to get get the the same same kind of kind feedback of feedback loop loop low low latency latency as you as had you had before, before, you moved you moved to Coober to Coober Netease Netease for development. for development. And then And I then think I think the thing the thing that that we've we've realized realized is. is. You You don't just don't need just to need get to get the code the code out out there. there. You also You also need to need get to get the feedback the feedback when when there's a there's problem a problem when when a pods a pods and crash and crash loop loop back back off off when when it dies it dies when when it can't it can't even even except except the the camel. camel. You're You're able able to see to see it in it the in U.. the U.. I I because because tilt tilt runs runs as as a a web web APP. APP. It's It's running running on your on laptop. your laptop. Your Your seeing seeing it in it your in your browser browser at local at local host, host, but but you're you're able able to get to get a holistic a holistic view, view, and so and in addition so in addition to the to the logs logs in the in center the center of your of screen your screen over over on the on right. the right. There's a There's sidebar a sidebar that that shows shows you. you. Each Each

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How has React changed web development?

Software Engineering Daily

02:06 min | 2 years ago

How has React changed web development?

"Rush. Welcome back to software engineering daily things having me again. We're about six years into the release of react. How his React Change Web Development? I've been saying for a while. Now that I think broadly the most exciting paradigm shift of react has been moving away from templates into components. If we had to summarize the great innovation I think has been to create a workflow for teams to see the rise of the signed systems to give people greater ability composition power and ultimately empowering the front end developer. I think before especially with templates were confined to servers surrendering things that would do. Spin Abacha. Jvm Box and write some temple leading language and then just not care about the front. That's much anything. React has made people gravitate in the opposite direction. You know even teams that were not that fun of J S Realize. Hey to build a world class front would probably have to use this reacting the development of react application has gotten easier over time. What was the boiler plate that was historically needed for starting a react application? How have they gotten simpler? That's a great way to put it. I think there was a lot of boy to play in fact when we started next Jay. S which was solving the problem of making react application top to bottom entire experience. We are seeing a lot of GETUP repos floating around that were basically copy paste of boilerplate. S- they weren't providing a framework on an altogether solution. They were like hey clone this boilerplate and then started making changes. And then you'll diverge from the border played at some point because you're not merging changes back in so we created next year. Solve that problem. Exactly it was okay. Reinserted as a as an embassy was kind of like component specific library and wanted to create an entire obligation with react. Next year it's kind of became that

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Choosing the Right Tech Stack with Dave Paola

Ruby on Rails Podcast

11:31 min | 2 years ago

Choosing the Right Tech Stack with Dave Paola

"It's so great to talk to you again. Dave thanks Brian you hello from South Lake Tahoe. Awesome Dave what is your developer. Origin story developer. Origin Story I am one of those weird people who got into coding. As a young kid I I started messing with Ms dos batch files on my parents. Samsung three eighty six When I was in middle school probably fifth grade. Or something like that Dos Batch files quickly led me to Q. Basic so shout out to all the old school basic programmers listening Then I kind of throughout high school Expanded my programming knowledge again. All for fun Just Doing things visual basic six Eventually progressing to Java and then I was lucky enough to really awesome university the University of Illinois Indiana Champagne And I was involved in the group there where I met just a bunch of world class. People who really kind of added rocket fuel to my programming My programming experience Yeah that's pretty much. That's pretty much. How did that? And then after after college I moved out to the bay area to pursue the proverbial startup the startup gold rush. If you will so David. Such an interesting question. Because I spent a couple of years in San Francisco and I'd love to get your take on this. Do you feel any more. That potential founders need to move out to the bay area well so I do have a new startup in South Lake Tahoe. Um and so I I lived in the area for about eight years. Six of which were at block So most of my tenure in San Francisco was at a start up and I'll be honest I think I did leave San Francisco and I left for a variety of reasons that we can probably guess what they are but I do think that. The one thing about Doing a startup in particular outside of the Bay as I think that the most difficult part there will be finding investors. I still think that the the the money that is available in the bay is unmatched anywhere else in the country But I think barring that I see no reason we've been perfectly successful. Jelly switch Without being in the bay near the of course so I can go down to the bay whenever I want but I actually haven't been there in many many many months So I definitely don't think you need to move to San Francisco to do a start but you'll definitely need to spend time there. I would imagine If you want if you're interested in raising money from a VCR or a group of angels such good insight so how much has ruby on rails made an impact on your career Yeah that's a good question. While I was first exposed to rails in college there was another student who was just getting into it and this was probably this was two thousand. I WANNA say two thousand six two thousand seven and so I'm not I don't remember if it was rails one or two at the time but we kind of went through the the d. h. h build a blog and ten minutes built a blog and five minutes with the rail scaffold command and it really opened my eyes at the time I was really knee deep in in skull. I believe Doing doing kind of exploring the the the world of the JVM and the whole world and the thing that really struck me about rails. I was introduced to like many people imagine introduced to Ruby at the same time and I remember trying to get This is I think before her. Roku was even around. I'm not sure I remember trying to get a ruby on rails a rails to project running on using passage. Gi under Apache on a on some kind of a A digital are some kind of a cloud host somewhere I really liked coming from both the python world and the world of Java. I really like the the emphasis that Ruby has on on programmer productivity and I have all sorts of thoughts and opinions an an a hobby explorations I've performed in the small talk world and The lineage between Ruby and small I think is fascinating but the thing I love about rails in particular and the thing that the the biggest impact that it's had on my career is that I like I really liked doing big things with small teams and I think that's one of the one of the philosophies if if not explicitly mentioned I I took that quote From Sam Stevenson. Who's one of the developers of base camp? So that's that's my favorite thing about rails and I found this really allows me to do is move really quickly on things like side projects rapid prototyping and now for probably the third or fourth time. It's been possible for me to move really quickly with a really small team moving from the prototype into an actual product that can be sold in the real world as a business and I. I'm not sure I'm not sure that there is another framework out. There that is as tuned to that objective as rails. I completely agree so we met when I was first a student and then an instructor a block which of course you founded and because of that and all of your experience around boot camps and watching the evolution of them. I wanted to give you a space where you can just kind of. Tell the listeners about how you feel about boot camps at this present moment yes so that could be a really long topic I was not the sole founder. I was a co-founder actually. We had we had a couple of other folks Involved as well gosh that the journey occupied six years of my life in my in my mid to late twenties and we we grew the company from basically for people to over one hundred hundred ten or maybe a hundred and fifteen people When I left in two thousand seventeen and in between two thousand twelve and two thousand seventeen. the bootcamp world just kind of exploded There was a there was a huge amount of interest In that in that industry. So I mean if you want my thoughts on on boot camps in general I've been fairly unplugged from that industry for the past two years But I will say that I believe that. The rising tide lifts all boats I think it's great that there are young talented resourceful people doing their best to change people's lives. We had A. We had a phrase that block. I don't know if you remember this or not. But we phrased that. We saw that all too often when capitalism and education meet that the result is exploitation. And we really didn't believe that that was an inevitable thing so we really really tried hard not to not to have that happen at block And for me personally. One of the one of the unique things about block. It's been awhile since I've been in touch with anybody there but so I'm not sure if this is still the way they do it the way we always try to structure. Our programs was very different than the classroom And the the word that we chose very deliberately and thoughtfully was the word mentor and so we wanted to every student to have one mentor that they had that was an experienced practitioner in the field That could help them learn and the reason for that was because first of all for me personally. I know that I've learned the most by just working alongside really talented people who are much more experienced than I was and so. I don't know that there are a ton of programs out there that think about it. That way There might be a few of them out there now But I do know that for the first couple of years we were the only ones That was really fun. the other the other thing. I don't like about blue camps honestly and this is something that we kind of discovered later on block and attempted to to kind of course correct With kind of attenuated succession. I say is a lot of times employers very skeptical bootcamp Grad sometimes. It's sometimes it's unreasonable skepticism or unfair skepticism. And other times. It's it is reasonable skepticism. There's only so much you can learn in three months and employing a bootcamp grab junior developers a very different thing than employing a potentially someone like a college undergraduates. Coming out of a computer science degree and so a lot of a lot of programs aren't really that well equipped or experienced and employing people like that but I know from a management perspective it is it is different it is different so I on the whole though. I think I think. Boot camps are a force for positive change There's always going to be a bunch of bad apples. That kind of ruined the The phrase they ruined the much of bad apples ruin the whole thing for everybody even just a few of them but I think overall it's been a positive positive movement. What about you? What do you think about boot camps? Yeah so I. I don't know what I would have done if I didn't have block because I had moved to San Francisco discovered that I couldn't be a technical product manager without learning how to Code. I needed to take a job as you know. It's so expensive to live in San Francisco and so I needed a boot camp option that I could do at night and block just seemed like the obvious choice and I really loved being paired with that mentor and learning quickly and you know that mentor encouraged me to go out to meet UPS. And that's how I found my first technical job and really haven't turned back to have been a developer sense and really loved being a mentor block. Some of my students are still people that I get along with today and who still reach out to me with job Updates and whatnot. Which is terribly exciting. I I think for a lot of people will join a boot camp because they hear that you can make a lot of money. But they haven't proven that they actually enjoy. Coding and I think it takes a somewhat special personality to really enjoy coding. And you have to make sure that you know that before you get into the boot camp because I certainly had students who just really never really clicked with it and then I had students that were just amazing prodigies who were a goat farmer in Florida I had a Barista in Seattle. They were just incredible students. And if it hadn't been for a boot camp they never would have gone down that path. So you see these bootcamp starting to close down that over promised and under delivered and I got to. Your point is the world kind of course correcting but for me the boot camps a really special because a lot of them taught ruby on rails. And we're getting to the point. Now that those students who came through and learn ruby on rails maybe five to six years ago which is how long it has been for me are now in those intermediate and senior roles and really keeping the ruby on rails community alive so I think boot camps actually played a big part of that. I think that's I think that's well put us especially your point about kind of first generation or second generation of bootcamp. Grads are now far enough along in their careers that they can certainly influence the hiring decisions now at companies So I think I think you could see a catalytic effect here. I don't I don't stay in touch with the industry as much as I used to. So I don't know if this is the case but we. We always kind of look forward to that at block where we could Face less of an uphill battle to get our grass hired So yeah I think we're getting the point though like where the HR person might see a resume with a boot camp and be like. Oh no we we don't hire from boot camps and then someone say actually did you know that Suzanne like one of our best engineers came from Goo camp. I think we're starting to get to that point. Which is fantastic. That is outstanding to

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"jvm" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"jvm" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"About a decade yeah what was his thing that you could make book on this I mean there was no way that the NFL was allowed to do this because of all the safety protocols now please they tell me he wants to use you cannot use of somebody put it to me like it's like somebody go into like an apple store with a football saying Hey why is this thing work and what kind of it's it's it's it's over you got approval yeah you've got to move on and hopefully all of us can move on because quite frankly I am tired of talking about Antonio brown's helmet finally last when I want to hit here with you Jason JVM cloudy sounds like it is more likely than not that he is going to end up being traded by Houston are you surprised by this well that whole situation with the contract and you know him side of the the tag off for I just I don't know how you replace a guy like this but if you if you're not then given the money once you can't keep going to the situation with his one year deals year after year so yeah it makes sense to get it got to move on yeah and you know you look at him and when we fall in love with the college version of Clowney and we we think about how special of the talent he looked as he was getting into the league and how much potential he's never had double digit sacks in his career and when you look at the fact that he plays alongside J. J. watt you should argue that he should be one of the guys that leads the league when it comes to rushing the passer and sacking the quarterback so I understand why Houston try to franchise him in and take this one year at a time approach but it does seem like things are done between he and the Texans will see if they can figure it out or not but last night a lot of talk on Twitter that Clowney it was going to move on he was going to be dealt on the Mike ESPN radio ESPN APNIC cattle's Jason read from the undefeated circling back to Andrew luck you know one of these things that we see all the time now Jason because of social media is when a big story breaks people immediately react now that is fans that is media and that is also players we had plenty of reaction on Twitter last night but we also had plenty of reaction and from the microphones from some of the most well known players in the NFL well let's start with JJ what's thoughts Armonk walking away there's no prisoners shoes always had to go through what he's had to go through nobody's been through the rehab and injuries everybody sees them to but I don't see the off seasons I don't see a Monday through Friday and doing whatever you possibly can to get his body ready for the game so I respect.

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"jvm" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"jvm" Discussed on KOMO

"Doctors warning to carry extra medication. If you plan to head out for a high court picnic, Dr Sumita Qatari is with the Cleveland Clinic in terms of a chain is running nose itchy ears. Tickle in the throat begin. Then very soon if you have a predisposition to asthma that you get the symptoms of chest tightness coughing wheezing, and then, you know that the asthma's flared she'll if you have grass allergies pollen for Grass's high right now. Tree pollen moderate at the moment. It's four thirty four. Aaa traffic every ten minutes on the fours and here's Tampa Fulton in ever at the earlier crash on northbound highway five to nine at this homeless. River bridge has now been clear about your smokey point is stop and go between one hundred thirty six three northeastern highway five to nine southbound through Seattle is also sluggish between working seventy fifth street, and the five twenty northbound five. Through JVM is slow and go between the JBL date in Berkeley street. Northbound five through Tacoma is also moving slowly between city centre and Portland avenue in Burlington watch for crash on southbound five at highway twenty it's blocking the left lane personally blocking the right lane. Traffic is dumping go from highway eleven westbound highway two through gold bar is congested between Dorman road in Sultan, basin road and a crash on eastbound twenty in cougville is near squire road is blocking eastbound lane with backups of about a mile in each direction approaching seen this report is sponsored in ship with the King County library system excess free books without leaving home, there three King County library system e card just go to Casey LS dot org slash instant e card for thousands of titles in seconds are next. Komo traffic at four forty four. Shannon O'Donnell has the KOMO forecast. We'll hi everybody. A beautiful Memorial Day, Monday out around western Washington. We've seen blue skies and sunshine is primarily.

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"jvm" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"jvm" Discussed on KOMO

"It JVM the northbound five exit to the j Bela maingate is also closed for overnight broke Burke, it will reopen at four thirty tomorrow morning. Komo traffic at nine fourteen Shannon O'Donnell has the forecast. The rain is back, and it feels so nice and refreshing. What a difference if you days makes our heatwave is a goner, and we're just kind of back into familiar territory here. We slide into the second half of may Wednesday starts out mainly dry. We'll begin in the forties. We'll end though, close to seventy and in spite of that increasing clouds, so at least by northwest standards of bit of a muggy humid field tomorrow with that warmth and that increasing clouds deck, eventually the clouds yield, some rain look for more rain Wednesday night into Thursday. So this rainy pattern is here to stay in. The KOMO weather center. I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell right now, Seattle fifty two degrees. Stay connected. Stay informed. Komo nightside. Komo news. Time nine oh. Five. Art sanders. Top local stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center. Two. More bodies have been recovered in that deadly crash in Alaska. Federal investigators have arrived there. They're trying to figure out what went wrong in Monday's deadly mid air plane collision six dead. Now four have been flown from the scene in Ketchikan to Harborview here in Seattle three of them listed in satisfactory condition. With one in serious, the NTSB Jennifer Hamady says investigators from Washington DC have joined their colleagues and catch akin to piece together this puzzle. Early indications are one of the planes quickly dropped six hundred feet in hit the other not jumping to any conclusions. Expect investigators will be on scene between about five to seven days. We will not be determining the probable cause of the accident. In that timeframe she says the investigation on the ground could take up to a. Week. But she says it'll take even longer than that for the agency to reach answers.

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"jvm" Discussed on Talking Kotlin

Talking Kotlin

05:30 min | 3 years ago

"jvm" Discussed on Talking Kotlin

"Look at Kocaslan covering towards it on JVM went works with a J union tested, g on native aid horse. Some I forgot was it isn't framework their census, we will desire were on jazz it intros with like oldie majors me Joe's group is up for more. And we are a using this approach in Oldham on digital stuff into a time work where differently when we started working in his one of goals to make sure that they will do whatever didn't we do or coddling jobs? Well with Julian world take files, so we have some sketches in the files area. Preliminary ideas, also one of the goals is make sure it dangerous will with everything that you can do GV native in has dropped with all the guys. So zoey. Trump like we we mentioned DeVille not reworking things from scratch where just when working multiple from libraries. We're mostly priority. Glue on this guy to the things you can old ivine on display, right? So basically kind of innocent away. Would you say it's kind of like how people started to provide a API to some very common JVM based libraries, right? Yes. Exactly. That's exactly what we're just foundation level. I mean in some this you have to add some Ashim layer resembling, simply from militia made is this. So it has been pledged from scratch, but I mean, still the general is that for those kind of. On the whole things of we want you leverage as much as possible from the platform in intro with it until gone about foundational things. One other one is of course, a she namely HEB clients. How is the status there because I know that that kind of falls under Kato, right? Yes. So I mean, it's it's become stable. We skater one zero. The only thing that were finishing up is of were finishing up a fool up multiple from a support for web sockets so website is something still lacks. It's not doesn't work help. Let from so Edward finish up. Like, you should be planted sell awfully supported everywhere like us, living's windows. You know, MAC Java script GV enjoy any ends again. It's not like the women Sweden is. It's us wherever underlying engines on those platforms Asian of HD. Causing style API on top of existing firm inches, so kind of like, for example, on natives using lip curl right on girl on I os, using whatever, you know, framework apple has for a CB on GM uses just HP real connection, and you have actual choice between that and using. Okay. Should be so on this is more or less ready now 'cause I'm really gonna need to this point. It is it is released. So you're absolutely welcome twos. It and so what what else I mean, other than the the civilization and carotenes and all of these things that we've mentioned does also another thing that you've been working on which is a Tomic FU. Can you shortly? Explain what that is about. So that's that was never actually supposed to be like. So we still do not wilted in one zero IMB. Maybe not doing any them futures will experimental while because it's most of her own needs in the reasons when right libraries for different players, so a especially cartons, the so we need some sometimes we specialized concurrent health rooms instructor that chimp do not exist in on GM and anywhere else in in. It's easier for us. Instead of you know, in writing those algorithms for different pled firms his heart like you is hard wearing these same code that because models at different on GM GIO skewed. At NATO Joseph doesn't have says at all, and you know, native has different approach and GM has improved. So. The the idea was that let's have this library that less you, right? Your gold. Your concurrent low free algorithms in common code and inches compile two different Banken's. And the compiler does derived think in that, surely, I'm the reason we're not releasing because it is not right now is known for community because it uses is not been compiler plugging is like whilst process in step that actually takes compiled code and tweaks so it has like a bunch of weird limitations on what you can and cannot do in Sochi for our use Registan them. But is this okay? For white about in game is designed for people who rent religion stuff. Like, you know, this lock free really fast like cue that need for urging

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