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"john software" Discussed on 15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warrior’s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations
"It's so important to reflect back on these small steps to success. People might call small victories. Just shows you what. It wasn't bad but if we this mountain hey a ninety eight calendar a sixty day challenge for some challenge may be two weeks. Just start with practical steps like making a goal sheet. Hail WanNA wake up tomorrow. Awesome the fact that you check the box that you will. That shows progress. Hey I want to drink bowel water. Everything else in my. I don't know what that is but I think seeing that check box calorie is what I got. People Doing Literally have a what's called a check box traitor because I'm a visual right. How many of us ex-athlete's Kinda the-there's guys say. Hey I'll work out in the operating wolves that never happens right and you'll find most people most successful vehicle. Fitness oftentimes numbers are. There's probably study or a survey. Most people get it done earlier in the day because they can check the box and be done now. That doesn't mean you know. We're pro against either way. I miss saying practical steps. And showing yourself victories. Along the way and then reflecting journaling you know what was worth the price of not having that rain or not having that extra dessert or making myself going to the gym. I mean how many of us and this is a universal truth. Everyone will agree. With how many of. Us never won't we didn't want to work out the car but boy once we redone. I'm so glad I did it. That's always the answer you you've got this whole market lists or got this. He things that get down to knowing. What's your once. You isn't a response. Always so glad I did and I think that's kind of loss is helping the reflect on the small appraisal. I Love I love. That's that's your thing. I mean my version of that and it's it's beautiful taste the same song sheet. If you will is right how do you? How do you GonNa win every day? And if you can't see winning you in an hour and get one an hour. How do we going to have our love that right momentum builds momentum? It always does right. What when's the best time zone? Somebody after you disclose somebody right. When's the best time to do anything after you've got that emotional dopamine ahead of being successful so it's checking the box immediately successfully serials like? We're we're wired home runs for why by just on swing. Just get up there and and win the day or when the hour so I love that my friend I I truly love it now that hey this get on base you know what sometimes the that can't hit my In shape the rich right. Sometimes he hurts but you're on base and so whatever it takes and that's why metaphorically speaking I say hey wake up part of your check box straighter because every morning you away. Don't win in my book. Write these so that on the agent. There's no surprise with the results. You know we're always looking for something that they know were they want certainty. And that's what we're in business of creating certainty whether it's Business Stafford spiritual words mentor hip or losing body fat. Whatever that looks like a wanting level of certain success and that's why I've identified what my call is taking very complicated conversation really body calm conversation because it's such a misleading turn nowadays what is Hito anyways high. Fat Low CARB is low fat. I don't know depending on who you ask so. We discovery passionate about disseminating information. You know facts are undefeated. I knew my best Implement opinions on the employer guys where I don't want my feelings hurt so we just in the facts in factual while I loved the facts work. I'm going to share right because again you're connected on social. I'm not now her at. I feel like a long time. It's been two or three years since our first condition and the most were found things over and over again that got me to stop and pause was started posting about being you know. Are You Kiddo? But you're still having too many calories right. You're it doesn't mean you can have a whole slab of Bacon because your quote Unquote Kito. It doesn't mean you can have a stick of butter right. There's they're still. The Colorado deficit would need to be ultimately created in order you body in a state in which essentially can metabolize. Most efficiently is at my seal. Am I saying the right way to that? One hundred percent. I mean look at the end of the day. Cowry SNYDER MATZ. All the experts. There's a million ramic serves Ruse most of these people that would disagree with while. It's more complicated than calories. Inverse powers. This really knots now. There's there's a lot of variables that impact that energy balance equation. But why did you distracting like calories in calories out with humans how do we survive on caloric nutrients? There's three or macro large nutrients protein car they all have. A cavalry counts now. I'm not here to debate hundred calories a Katie bars dollars Broccoli. That's obvious that's not in context. What I am telling. People is look calories matter most so the quantity matters most. But it's the quality of those calories that then determine the performance in Ryan's right how well you perform. How well you sleep. How will you know muscle? It's hard to build muscle with no protei right calories. Our they matter most in the quality determines the level of performance those those calories or providing so we just try to sink. I always tell people. Look Kito is oftentimes. I would argue for every one person. That's lost weight or lost fat. There's probably one or two people that have gotten because they've been led to believe Calorie. Maverick maybe in clinical studies with rodents in mice high fat low carb doesn't You can't over consume high fat. Here's the problem. How many people you know eat? Not Many on. Hunger Hunter is physical. They bank they eat. Based on appetite. Emotion habitual eating is called. Residual is called emotional. It's not because they're hungry now when you give people a passing emily cowards. Don't matter was this low card. High-fat will get wanted to emails a day from someone that has followed Aquino Diet and they got fact her even though they're low carbs so we just try to clean up the Information. It makes sense in a really does in. Here's the bottom line run you notice? I tell people pretty teach trying to educate the only diet that works for Ryan is the one Ryan will do and you know what the only guy that works Ryan's wife. One Ryan's wisely looks different for everyone. Who Am I to say I've got? I've got away got some pillars and drinking. He told stimulant putting the audience. The toasts we believe in that daily. We believe in extended fast rebooted ally monthly and then probably the hardest order masters. We got a street. Does daily reading as patients continued so when a patient with across us in? Here's what's interesting liquid fills this bottle is a nutrient more important than food. Counter IS COLD. Water will watch her ways something. It takes up space to lose replaced with icons water temporarily and they feel like a failure so again context matters. We believe preaching teach if you have patience and work with science science always works. What you're saying so many profound things there that I I have also live by again. I I think success leaves clues and so you have I. I met you through a company called proven you most online and prove it is to me one of the if not the highest quality as your kitone company that exists right. I just from the research that I've done I. I'm not a paid spokesperson. I don't have some sort of seen in the game with this always went back and forth with that might it's factual. Mrs upwelling taste well as much of science behind and from that standpoint I love no number one. What makes it different from the stamp. What the quality of the product that actually existed right. Now right you and I both the is everywhere like I walk into any store in every frigging store on. The planet has a new Chitose up when I'm looking at right. What someone's calling on my Berry? Archaic understanding of being in Ketosis or practices. This doesn't really qualify just a label because the FDA doesn't regulate is industry they come in and say okay now we want to test something or not. We need to prove label. But I could put out you know. High carb drink and Akito High Carbon label on it and nobody can stop me eventually. I get smacked on the hand. But you have something that's much much different in your wheelhouse. no what makes it so and look to kind of preface this privitization direct sales community based marketing network. Marketing Multi Lamar shape your of. We have a product. W OLD SATURDAY TO BE TEST. Which that goes a long way with a skeptic like me because about the administration and the Federal Trade Commission they don't monitor Labor. We know this. There's all kinds of mislabeled products. There's even grocery store food products that aren't allowed to Nestle. So how do we quantify a gold standard and that's where we believe because key tones are blood tested one serving center time within one hour. I could put your body into this metal. Eight of key toasts now. People were waiting in. Listen THEY'RE GONNA learn more than most people will ever know about this topic. He toasts. This was once synonymous with Kito Genesis. You could have one without the other. See different choices. Means the brain is operating on Kito. Energy and energy molecule is very efficient very effective. The problem is you couldn't ever ent toast without burning your own body fat. That's called Kito Genesis. Generating key tomes either from consumed fat or from Baden facts. You have to follow it. And that's where therein lies one of the problems now that we have a kito supplement. I mean there's multiple patents that government you could know Google right now. Exogenous Exalt me outside the body Zawadzki John Software and you'll see Dara University of South Florida. A whole system of the government researching this navy. Seal Bassett.
"john software" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast
"I can program to vaguely enjoyed doing. I really do want a job in this field off yourself and once you find that out make sure that your performance in the interview like there's only so much you can do in the tech side so delve into as much as you want to make sure that you come across the person that people say. I'd like to be on a team with that person. It seems like they would be nice to work with. If they're not thinking that you're not gonNA get hired unless the companies really bad hiring again because lots of companies say. Well a hated this person but he solved our programming quiz so I guess we have to hire him again. You don't WanNA WORK FOR THOSE COMPANIES. You really don't and you don't want to work with those people either so be excellent to each other as they say. What's the Joel's John? Software Guide you interviewing or something like that. It is excellent in one of my favourite takeaways from it and not everyone can do this but one of my favorite takeaways from it was in so many words and he doesn't much more eloquent job of it default to know. And if you're really just bowled over say yes and like one of the things that he drills in in this post. I'll put in the shots. If I can find it. Is You know. Oh this person's good for that team over there. Nope that's enough. I got one of those one of those like this team doesn't want you but this other team might take it like that. You can come here work on a trial basis. Yeah I got one of those. That was fun in very well done post like I said I'll see if I can get up but You should read that. But even if you're interviewing you know to to get a job rather than being the interviewer it's a really really good post. And we have to mention fizz. Buzz again because some. O- mentioned we don't like that's the whole point of the FIZZ. Buzz thing is that people are always trying to find a quick way to answer the candy program question and Fizz. Buzz is one of them. I still forget but the details is like if if it is divisible fifteen type physicist visible I five type buzz and both print something else like. It's a very simple program you can have an you'd say surely there is nobody who cannot programs but that's not the case right the litmus test of can you program unfortunately it being so popular. People just probably memorized fizz. Buzz and they can still fake you out. Which is why it's even better if you've made something yourself to just kind of career direction wise you know. John mentioned a lot about like when he was entering. The workforce like the web was just getting going and that was like a big deal and that was a big deal for a while. I was in the workforce in two thousand and four and and moved within the workforce and two dozen six and that was like peak time for Web two point. Oh that was like when all the Ruby on rails movement was happening and web two point. Oh was a really big deal. It's always a good idea with your career to to enter a field that is in. Its ASSENT AND COMPUTER. Science and programming. The field is so big. There's always going to be like different ways at different types of things I would say today is probably not a good idea to enter the field of writing generic Web APPs because that you know that era while it's still here and it's still big the ascent of that has long since passed it is now in the stable state. Maybe a decline over time. I haven't followed it too closely recently. you know ten years ago. Apps were really young. And we're taking off like a rocket and I think they have probably leveled off if I if they haven't already leveled off. They're going to shortly and they're they're in a stable state now. There's lots of jobs writing APP CODE. But what would be best? Ideally is definitely. Try Not to enter something. That's declining unless you WANNA be a cobalt programmers. You'll be you'll be employed at the end of time but otherwise You know don't get into something that is declining. If you want a it first of all if you WANNA make a lot of money you can stock options and growing stuff and make more money there but also if you just want better job security and more exciting jobs to do Getting into something. Walter Young is generally better for that but so right now I would. I don't know what that is because I'm now older boring. I'm no longer looking for those like young things but it's probably something more related to like m. l. and data analysis. Kind of stuff if I had to guess But I I don't know if you can get into something that's like it's it's earlier in its in its growth cycle and its lifespan. That's generally better than hopping on something that's already in. It's like golden years. Well it depends on what you want like if you want that experience of the excitement of the new and the more risk reward but some people come out of college and they wanted to get a stable jobs. They can go work for a bank which I would recommend 'cause I hear horror stories for him but anyway banking is not going anytime soon and they always need people to program so that appeals to you. Go for it right but if you if you want excitement in a potential upside yeah look for an industry. That's young and in the upswing rather than going to work for a bank again. I can't stress enough to not work for a bank. I've I've so many friends programmer friends who've gone to work for banks. I've never heard a single one. Tell me a good story about working in finance with computers is just actually the the company that gave me the terrible interview with where. I felt all the math questions that have been doing the whiteboard. Which was the same company as the one that told me their team didn't want me but some other team taking on a trial basis. They were bank. They were a big New York. Banks became mayor. Some point sometimes like Boutique Bent. Like if you're a hedge fund or some other weird like super rich person thing occasionally. They have interesting programming jobs and they pay lots of money like makes up for it but like just the generic bank like the sort of base-level finance too many people I know and then industry and they all tell me bad bad stars. I mean I I work in healthcare and that also has a terrible reputation. Well earned for computers. But there's lots of good companies in the healthcare computer space. The products aren't great but the companies are reasonable places to work so and knowing people as we can ask them. Hey you work for a insert company here. Whatever whether it's a gaming company also it's industry but you can ask them. What's it like to work for bank? What's it like to work for a hotel chain like to work doing data analysis for a fast food chain? What is your fast food chain difference in other places you work like? That's another is knowing people as good. Not just because they can get into your job but because you can ask them what it's like and get the real answer and not just like like from outside before you get any real jobs industry. It's very difficult to gauge. What a job would be like when you're in college. Having not had a real programming job you might think. What would it be like to work at Apple and facebook? Maybe you have some idea from like you read articles like what would it be like to work for a bank? For EXAMPLE FOR WORK FOR A HIGH-SPEED TRAINING COMPANY. What would it be like to work for our networking company? Would it be like to work for a minute? You have an idea in your head of what's that like and I almost guarantee that unless it's you know very public company like apple or Google or something where you constantly see what it's like to work there you have. No idea was actually like until you talk to somebody who really works there and even talk to somebody. It's like I work in the whatever department and that's a hell hole but the other department in the same companies much better so you know it's funny what you're describing capital one which is might be officially based out of the DC area but effectively is based out of Richmond and from what I understand. Capital one is reasonably forward thinking when it comes to tech stack but it's still an enormous enormous business and from what I've gathered. Typically people are well compensated both in terms of you know salary in all a total comp but beyond that I've heard from many different people in technology and outside that it's all about what team you're on and some of the teams are really great and really lovely and some of them are just frigging nightmares. Carmax well actually. We hear the same thing about apple for remember. There's this story going round of like whatever it was that that wing of apple that the that handles like it stuff unlike the higher budget contractors that like that was the group you do not want to work in an apples really bad right but of course we all know other groups and apple that are awesome to work in right so the bigger the company the more likely it is that there are pockets of terribleness or maybe pockets of greatness order. So it's assuming you can ever leave your house and search for job. It's a tough world out there. It is all right. Full final ask. Atp assange rights hypothetical. Peach is killed off from support tonight. And tomorrow. You realize need to write a new Server System Marco. What are you writing it in? I'm partial to Rubio? Go Myself Assange. So this is an interesting question. I mean you know in reality. This would never happen for lots of reasons. I mean not only are. Php very popular and widely used but also like. What does it mean to be killed off from support? Php is open source and enough people. Use It you know somebody. Some company or companies or or entities would pick it up and would just start you know they would forget or they would maintain it or whatever and so it would be maintained for a while and so that would be fine but if I go with with the spirit of the hypothetical actually assume that I really shouldn't be writing new. Php Code immediately Because it will never updated again and eventually that'll cause probably security issues. Then what do I do? The very first thing I would do is really consider whether nt running my own servers anymore at all I wrote. The overcast back end before cloud kit was released and like right before which is kind of frustrating. It was like a year before but now I'm pretty much only focused on apple platforms. I'm never going to make an ANDROID APP and I don't care about the web app you know th that much so really like if I'm just gonNA serve an IOS APP and by the way frankly most podcast. App users don't need sink at all most podcast APP USERS. Use It just on their phone and that's why a lot of leading. Apps don't even have sink and it's fine they don't really lose customers over it because most people don't even use feature at all also use clock it from the web by the way the Clark could team wanted me to tell you that yes. I have written a cloud kit web logging So you can actually I I. It's not linked publicly yet but if you've got overcast dot FM slash logging underscore. I cloud you can lock him with cloud kit instead of using an email and password. Anyway I would very much I investigate. Do I need a back end anymore at all? Can I do most all? I need to do with cloud kit and just you know whatever small future would lose from not having a web back in a well I would be saving thousands of dollars a month and would not have this giant back end to maintain so you know maybe that would be worth it. I thought you're keeping to the spirit of the question. The speed of the question is you need to write a new server system and keeping with the spirit of the question said but what if I didn't? Yeah well if I need to like totally start over with my server side system. The first thing is that stack overflow answer..
"john software" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"BBC world service seven hours GMT this is we can pull Henley and coming up Iran's ministry admits it did shoot down a Ukrainian Adeline a by firing missiles at what they believed was a whole style will play we'll have the latest reaction also a last minute agreement at the U. N. security council to continue humanitarian aid to Syria will it be enough to help those displaced by war to survive the winter it's a very difficult situation many can't find ways to keep fuel is reduced cares so people are having to look for anything Graham as indeed they need Iranian American writer based in the UK and I said Raymond who's an executive he's the executive director of the UK based charity war on want to come on weekends hello this is the BBC news with Fiona macdonald the Iranian authorities of admitted shooting down a Ukrainian passenger jets on Wednesday killing more than a hundred and seventy people the ministry said the plane flew close to a sensitive military site and was mistaken for a hostile aircraft Clinton some of the reports the country's foreign minister Javad Zarif treated his profound regrets and apologize to Iranians and families of those from other countries killed in the missile strike it happened at a time of crisis caused by US adventurism he said a hundred and seventy six people were killed including four from Britain and fifty seven Canadians Iran initially blames technical failure and forcefully denied it was responsible but there was growing evidence video of an explosion striking the plane and information from US intelligence that it had been shot down the Ukrainian president has demanded a full apology for the downing of the airliner do mayors Ellen ski said those responsible must be punished and compensation offer to the families of the victims the Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau also demanded justice for the victims families among his name Tyson been totally because so you does the successors sultan Qaboos who has died at the age of seventy nine sultan Qaboos was the longest serving sovereign in the Arab world Alan Johnson looks back at his life sultan Qaboos deposed his father in a bloodless coups and exceeded to the throne at the age of twenty nine he would go on to rain longer than any of his fellow Arab Monex and he ruled in keeping with the traditions of the Gulf he completely dominated the political life of these desert kingdom early on he United the country after suppressing an armed insurgency in southwest then he said to mine on the path to development using its oil wealth he drew it into the modern world brought his people prosperity the people of Taiwan a casting ballots in presidential and parliamentary elections the incumbent president citing when is facing a challenge from con call you of the opposition Kuomintang party favors closer ties with Beijing John software supports Taiwan's president citing when cost her voters in a bid for re election based on an anti China campaign peppered with warnings that the self governing islands democracy is under threat Taiwan a sovereign country in all but name is seen by China as a breakaway province the president's main opponent Bangor you a flamboyant populist as described the idea of a formal declaration of independence says scarier than syphilis insisting that Taiwan has little choice but to maintain close ties with its biggest trading partner world news from the BBC there's been relief in Australia after forecasters said they could expect at least a week of milder weather and wish to trying to get the upper hand on the fires of ravaged the country the emergency management commissioner for the state of Victoria under Chris welcome the wrist bite but warned that the longer term for cost was for warmer and drier weather north Korea's foreign ministry has said that despite good relations with the United States it will only consider returning to negotiations on denuclearization when the U. S. fully accepts it's the moms it said that while Kim Jong unlike to Mr trump he would not leave the country be some personal feelings Mister Kim is a clear that North Korea will abandon its moratorium on nuclear and long range ballistic tennis the United Nations Security Council has renewed its cross border operation to deliver aid to millions of Syrians affected by the ongoing conflict to avoid a veto by Russia deliveries will now only be made from two points along Syria's border with Turkey he is crossing points from Iraq and Jordan have been dropped Belgium's ambassador to the U. N. mock picks dean to boot disk there's a said the closure of crossing points was regrettable crossing point of your rubia into northeast of Syria as provided medical aid to one point four million people to date there is no viable alternative to this crossing point we deeply deplore that we could not come to an agreement to keep this crossing points one of the most famous cars in American cinema the Ford Mustang driven by Steve McQueen in the film bullet has been sold at auction for more than three and a half million dollars the seller in Florida said it was the highest price ever paid at auction for the Ford model the vehicle featured in the nineteen sixty eight movies classic car chase scenes BBC news seven oh six is the time G. M. T. this is weekend from the BBC world service my name's Paul Henley coming up later controversial plans in the Czech Republic to own a Russian soldiers who fought for the **** against the Soviet Union but then helped liberate Prague by switching sides there is no official monuments of those people the only one in diverse in New Jersey that's it this is existing I know they will attack the monument it will be not good it'll right first think of I know it that's coming up a bit later we have two guests with us throughout the program they are as a day more than any Iranian American writer based here in the UK and I said Raymond executive director of the charity war on want more from them very soon first in a major turnaround from their previous position the Iranian authorities have in the past few hours admitted having shot down a Ukrainian passenger jet to Wednesday killing more than a hundred and seventy people on board the military said it it's unintentionally fired missiles of the plane mistaking it for a whole style and craft Iran's president Hassan Rouhani said his country deeply regretted the incident calling it a great tragedy and an unforgivable era Negara modes of money is an Iranian American journalist and commentator on Iran based in Washington DC I welcome this it's a great first step towards transparency toward good governance taking responsibility after a horrible week of denials that paved the way for much rumor and conspiracy theories and they're wrong in media and social media sphere people were going crazy that society was so polarized somewhere just going with the government official lines some are going the opposite conspiracies it was just really fracturing people's minds and I I welcome this the tweets from the Iranian president strikes of very human tone actually doesn't it it does and it does state man actually the longer statement from the armed forces says with multiple points it apologizes and it is sure that there's going to be an investigation and people are going to be identified and held accountable and future similar errors is going to be preventable and finally this is also very interesting it calls on officials of the revolutionary guards basically people in the our armed forces to go on national TV on state TV and give you more details and explanations to the Iranian people all of this is pretty unprecedented an unexpected and again a good stuff it's also an admission of amazing incompetence is it not it really is and the lack of communication basically at the night of may be if not the most important but one of them was important operations an operation that was so much lauded for peace for being so calculated and so strategic and not having any casualties across the border that's what I hear from our a lot of on your social media say the make sure that they're going to be no casualties and not very well calculated operation and they really weren't any on the American Iraqi side and then at the same time the miscommunication mismanagement incompetence whatever because this ended up Iranian civilians being the main casualties of this one of the most obvious questions that the situation bags is if Iranian defense forces were on such a heightened state of alert if they were so hyper nervous why didn't they close as space to civilian planes well that's exactly the question I see people asking why because that statement that I was just talking about from the armed forces actually explains how the situation was so violent tonsil sensitive on high alert there was hi style air traffic there were a target seen on the radar so all of the exclamation lead you to one conclusion that why do you let passenger flights commercial flights go over the capital of the country the biggest most populated city with the country's key strategic on political centers how does this cast Iran in the whole international disputes very least that could be a positive in that it's hard to to pick the country's this ruthlessly efficient war machine anymore well yeah I mean at the end of the day I also have to be for that errors hop and saw everyone years also have been the victim of that fairly similar error when the when the US navy warship over the Persian Gulf shot down an Iranian passenger flight during the war in the nineteen eighties saw and there was never such a contrite statement from the American government about that was that not her never for for the longest time there was no apology no I'd mission and the captain of that ship reportedly was awarded with a metal and prizes and then yours later there was some small amount of compensation I believe two hundred thousand dollars per passenger was paid to the Iranians and a quiet form so that's something that's also very much alive in there on your psyche but again it was it was an error but the Iranian civilians were the victims of it and also I want to put this in the bigger picture not to blame this on anyone this specific are on anyone besides Iranian officials but this is what the state of war because this is the human tragedy of the war that hasn't even started imagine what would happen to people when the war would actually to break out when you would actually see you know retaliations and operations going back and forth imagine how much tragic and that would be in the casualties of that situation this is just the prelude to a war and I think all sides specially Iran and the U. S. this time and this human tragedy should be the moment that they just step back in the escalate Iranian American journalists Negara mortars AVI in Washington DC this is the human tragedy of war what you think as today I think I think that's exactly right I think when we talk about the dangers of a further escalation and further you know American at pressures on Iran's this is what we're talking about it has been a hair trigger week and and these things unfortunately I do happen when when countries are at the.
"john software" Discussed on GNC Week In Review
"There is a slim pen the chargers and the cable that there's a slim pen charges in the tablets tablets keyboard cupboard to the pro at a used Intel's Lakeville prosser to and it will be the flagship hardware for windows ten excellent talk about that so that talk about that a little bit later a hero the hero eight black is fourteen percent lighter than current hero southern black and has a twelve twelve megapixel camera sensor improve HCR with which will improve pictures and video and low lying areas and as new hyper smooth two point oh video civilization helps smooth bumpy video when noise reduction and can shoot four K. video in addition to slow motion video the hero Max Ski me the hero Max has two lenses and can recur record sharper five point six video in three hundred sixty degrees a new excuse me a new do Max super-buick ultra-wide camera mode for bidding one of the scenes into let me start over a new Max suber view ultra-wide camera mode for getting more the scene into pictures and videos can can livestream and ten eighty P and offers an option that people automatically backed-up videos and photos it also has six microphones which go pro says will offer the quote best stereo sound ever from one of his cameras Gopro also announced three modules add ons for the cameras there is a excuse me there was an eighty dollar display MoD with a one point nine instance play that can fold to the front or back of the camera then help you better Gopro both cameras are able to preorder the hero eight blackwill ship on October Fifteenth and the Hero Maxwell Ship on October twenty fourth over on Geek new central Dot Com Brian has acquired some assets of virtual reality startup John X are excuse me I take a pause would drink terms of the deal were not disclosed according to CNBC Bryson own John Software and analogy among other assets joint awesome new jaunt also announced this news on his website quote joint excellent today announced the acquisition software technology and certain other assets by Brian and communications undisclosed amount joint X. are a leader in the immersive industry with a focus on these scalable creation and distribution of electric videos humans don't say to that joint stated that will be assisting Bryson with the transition shen of select portions of the software and technology for brief period of time Mri Rigo President and CEO John X.. Ara says quote we are thrilled o'briens acquisitions acquisition excuse me John Now gene the joint team has built has built leading edge software leading edge software verge also noted that Brian has a history of a our last year Barisal Launch Riot Innovation Studio which aims to build immersive entertainment at show BRYSON's faster five gene that work speeds facebook has removed two hundred eleven accounts on its main flat main platform one hundred seven pages.
"john software" Discussed on This Week in Startups
"God. Right. With some account executive that's right than everybody in IT from the bottom up had to implement which is follow whatever they decided. I can't believe we're doing banyan vibe. I didn't we go with Ethernet site where doing what whatever the told me to do. So, but so that change in model, we're twilly Sanger perfectly aligned on the model developer led model in our culture so aligned so there is plenty of reasons why it made sense to go to get together before the IPO and Kinley. The only reason we we didn't affect it. Then was just we couldn't make the math work like you know, what they could afford. And what we were willing to sell for. You know, we just didn't line up. There was no there's no overlap the great things about going public as you actually then get ground truth and reality, there's no there's no debate. Then about what the value. The company is the market has now set clearing price, and you could argue the entire markets wrong. But but and so that is in fact, when Jeff I'd revisited our conversation that was a big part of the army's like, well, it's not going to be as much of a debate on the value. Nation because the market is now set it whereas before we had a lot of debate over what it could be worth as a private company, and you both have the existential threat of going into each other's markets up standard Amazon coming into yours. That's right. Also. So it's at a certain point consolidation. Yeah. Means strength right better together better together, editor go. Sure. Yeah. And when you look at those cloud players, why should somebody pick sort of the smaller player over the bigger one? Because that was always when I was in IT like you can't get fired for going Microsoft. Yeah. It is insane that Microsoft does not own cloud computing and Hamdan does this apprising not what you would have picked in nineteen ninety eight the bookseller beat. Yeah. The the software. John software giant has been incumbent since nineteen eighty. Yeah. It makes no sense. Yeah. Disruption in innovation innovators dilemma. But I I do think that a big part of the reason that we do get chosen is because it is as as you just described. It's no longer the CIO top down. It is the developer bottoms up and the developer just wants the best tool. The best building block that they need to solve the problem. That's in front of them while they're building their app. And I say, you know, with with all of my humility. I don't think there's any question that twi- Leo, and send grid are the leading platforms for the areas that we serve and and just not close if you compare them head head even with the with the Amazon web services.
"john software" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up
"Have it delivered to your home without you having to ever go anywhere talk to anyone beyond your smartphone that would involve a lot more regulation as you can probably imagine but i think you're totally right that amazon is seeing the potential there and they're starting to move towards it we need to test hill pack now and figure out exactly what this is like to experience it's one thing to read about how it works but we need to try it so here's the thing pill pack currently is only available to people who take multiple medications daily so if you have ever interacted with someone who takes a lot of medications for me as mostly older people in my family though often get these kind of packs that have different little boxes monday tuesday wednesday thursday friday and they'll put pills in each of the boxes with topac comes in basically they get all the medication on a box and they'll be little sachets that say take this at eight o'clock on a sunday and it will have everything they need for sunday morning and then maybe a different one that's sunday evening because you have medication you only take in the morning you have medication you only take three times a week whatever it might be so it's really for high intensity patients patients who need a lot of help managing medications i think amazon stepping in is a sign that they're going to expand that dramatically and we should say pill pack now amazon are not the only people doing this so for example cvs signed a deal with usps to deliver prescription drugs from cbs clinics to residents nearby and along with that they could have the us ps folks pick up some mouthwash or soap while they're at it so there are other people looking at this as more of a consumer experience something that's more widely applicable and i think that's going to happen i think that's the answer for everything about him on his this is going to keep getting bigger i think it's really interesting to see all of these different moves you're seeing i think a lot of the pieces come into place that will connect what the company's been doing to really a future that we may not even fully understand yet absolutely all right so on another topic i got to cover an interesting startup story this past week that i initially didn't realize was significant as it actually was i did some research after i reported initially on the two hundred million dollar funding of a company called jaama software wet jaama software 'soft wear out of portland yet what did he do this is a company that makes a product development platform so a technology that allows companies to organize and plan and communicate about complex products and systems that they're building just to give you a couple examples companies that use djaama's technologies include spacex amazon robotics the nasa kennedy space center so these are high stakes highly complex and a lot of cases highly regulated processes that need a lot of structure and organization and automation and jaama is a company that makes this platform that all these companies used to to pull these things off so they landed two hundred million dollars in funding and i initially reported it out i talked to the ceo and as i was reporting i was doing research and i was looking for another deal of this size in the pacific northwest startup community and i was talking to john cook and taylor soper on our team on our chat and i was like i cannot find another deal this big and it turns out there was a reason i couldn't find another deal this big according to data from pitchbook the venture capital and financing database this round is the largest venture financing deal in the pacific northwest over the past five years at least and one of the top fifteen in the country over that time period the one qualifier is that these are venture backed companies in other words companies that venture capital firms have financed and company exactly so that is the one caveat but this is a giant deal and i talked to john software ceo scott roth and it was interesting he's a resident of portland and.
"john software" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up
"We're back i'm talking with monique engineer he's the chief technology officer at seattle art museum first time they've ever had a cto okay let me address the naming elephant in the room yeah did you take the job because of your last name or did you change your last name or how much grief you get because your last name maps to your job i it's actually pretty difficult yes my last name is engineer if anything i always have to explain people that that's my really like is my last name people think i've got fake job resume that i'm you know it's a template resume like john software or something so i always have to put in the cover letter yes this is my real name don't throw it away it's not junk mail and so if anything it's a hurdle to kind of get it especially in an arts organization well hopefully it's not frequently misspelled but it might now no it's okay that's the other funny part is as you know we were chatting before people always think that there's some exotic pronounciation like own junior or something and it's like now it's just engineer well technology which of course ties very nicely into that obviously the technology in art isn't always inside the art museum right google has its arts and culture up at highlights museum collections sam is not a part of that one at this point but i'm curious you know there's a lot of people trying to bring art outside of museums who aren't with museums like google what's the cto's role in cases like this arts and culture app and dealing with some of these tech it's well you know i think it's great for all of us because you know as kind of saying earlier you know we don't have big pockets but these these companies have you know.
"john software" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"People who specialize in the crowd in the rome and the vatican in negotiation between parties and the present pope comes from a tradition of dr logan argentina i don't show so he would intervene himself but there may be a vatican into meat i think certainly something you should look at you are looking for an is there a european an inch metri at me a french person has not in a very good position i mean she scarves desires also give me older now but you look around in europe and i can't see people i'm you the true great term european contributions to spain coming into the european community were how much rich and jim kelleher unveiled supposed to do so i was first the time when the framework was made for we would teach in greece portugal and spain another also people were terribly keen on spain that time they were worried about the sort of centralized economy now i don't see any people revert generation who arrived to do it i didn't see anybody in europe but maybe there is a european into major k u individual to start to talk and that means the prime prime of spain ambika flaring authorities who brought to agree on the person low david are in full met british foreign secretary thank you for joining us time for the latest in our regular china desperate ports this week how beijing correspondent john software theft is on holiday along with a few hundred million others well if you listen very carefully there's the sound of something you don't hear very often in beijing birdsong probably hear a streetsweeper on the other side of the road there is wealth of this edition of our china desk we've come down to the streets of this city this busy bustling metropolis of more than twenty billion people or at least it was this week china has gone on holiday all at once and i'm standing at a central road junction that on a normal weekday would be rammed full of traffic senate speech between to these two passersby aging is so quiet wh where is everybody i think more sociable go autovision they're not here tranquil moment in beijing yes yet this icing a muscle lack this.
"john software" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Wtmj milwaukee from abc news i'm todd and a large military parade saturday north korea's capital to celebrate the birthday of the country's father his grandson and current ruler kim john own looked on donnas military rolled out new weaponry including a prototype intercontinental ballistic missile that is making it not her for the guns away hey the challenge by the john software worked with our partners of the bbc and beyond yang in wisconsin authorities are calling lewis a very good friday after the captured suspect jacob jacob ski on a patch of remote farmland friday morning justin till meryl is fbi special agent in charge of the milwaukee division in addition to the federal weapons charges jacob asked he currently faces the full scale of his actions are under review with the us attorney's office and we will be considering additional charges in the future about ski had been missing pretend they suspected of stealing more than a dozen firearms from a gun shop and sending a frightening one hundred and sixty one page manifesto to the president extreme weather in texas friday night storm chasers in a number of abbott videographers have been posting videos to social media all night sean funnel clouds forming in touching down in northern part of the state with a small closer thunderstorms in the texas panhandle near texas to produce a quite a number of tornadoes tools very large hail and soon damage to structures out that way.