19 Burst results for "Katainen"

"katainen" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

03:12 min | 7 months ago

"katainen" Discussed on No Agenda

"The best podcast in the universe. We you not have any title changes but we do have To to handle so grab some blade age. I got the favorite james cornell cornell and michael white gentlemen please hop on the podium here both of you have supported the no agenda show in the amount of one thousand dollars or more that gives you exclusive access to our coveted roundtable nights and days. I'm very proud to pronounce the kate as a server budget. And serve mike of parts to be determined. Gentlemen for you. We've got hookers and blow rent boys and chardonnay. We got wife foods and waffles diet soda and video games brown cheese and aqua vita smallholder. We gotta cannock moore macaroni and plasticizers pure and blunt rubenesque. Roseanne should stock deal abundance in bourbon sparkling cider and our sports. Ginger ale gerbils breast milk and butter being there. It is the mutton and mead. Ready for you. Head over to no agenda nation dot com slash rings. Select which you need. I'm not sure if you can select the actual color of the sealing wax but there are some nice colors and that you can use to seal up your important correspondence of course with the Certificate of authenticity and again welcome to the roundtable of the no agenda nights and days. Well all the meet up that are taking place no reports. Today we have no under show mixes we have no reports. What's going on with you people today. The denver area biweekly high flying. Meet up kicks off at six thirty at hangar one to one in lakewood colorado central florida meet up at five thirty at hiatus brewing in ocala. The wrong katainen bitty bitty meet up tomorrow saturday november six two pm at all chicago joplin missouri. The north idaho sanity bridge two o'clock tomorrow. I'm sorry not tomorrow. Saturday at trails and brewery and brick oven pizza The red thirty-three red thirty three boston no agenda. The phoenix is rising autumn season. Meet up to thirty on saturday castle brewery northward massachusetts massachusetts. The tiny of anchorage alaska time four thirty. Pm is where you want to be a bear paw bar and grill in. Alaska on saturday northeast. Ohio sir sparky spook memorial meet up. That's an important one if you're in the neighborhood. Five o'clock that is the memorial for the passing of beloved friend and a producer. Sparky patrick o'brien police. Pour out for me and for john. Sunday showed november seventh deconstructing in the media. Two o'clock at stirling pig brewery in media pennsylvania and rounding out for the next between now and the next show day on the seventh myrtle. Beach fo- carnival three thirty three thirty three pm eastern time. Hanley's pub and grub and that will be in myrtle beach. Thank you all so much for.

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"katainen" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

03:12 min | 7 months ago

"katainen" Discussed on No Agenda

"The best podcast in the universe. We you not have any title changes but we do have To to handle so. Grab some bladed guy got the favorite james cornell cornell and michael white gentlemen please hop on the podium here both of you have supported the no agenda show in the amount of one thousand dollars or more that gives you exclusive access to our coveted roundtable nights and days. I'm very proud to pronounce the kate as a server budget. And serve mike of parts to be determined. Gentlemen for you. We've got hookers and blow rent boys and chardonnay. We got wife foods and waffles diet soda and video games brown cheese and aqua vita smallholder. We gotta cannock moore macaroni and plasticizers pure and blunt rubenesque roseanne stock deal abundance in bourbon sparkling cider and our sports. Ginger ale gerbils breast milk and butter being there. It is the mutton and mead. Ready for you. Head over to no agenda nation dot com slash rings. Select which you need. I'm not sure if you can select the actual color of the sealing wax but there are some nice colors and that you can use to seal up your important correspondence of course with the Certificate of authenticity and again welcome to the roundtable of the no agenda nights and days. Well all the meet up that are taking place no reports. Today we have no under show mixes we have no reports. What's going on with you people today. The denver area biweekly high flying. Meet up kicks off at six thirty at hangar one to one in lakewood colorado central florida meet up at five thirty at hiatus brewing in ocala. The wrong katainen bitty bitty meet up tomorrow saturday november six two pm at all chicago joplin missouri. The north idaho sanity bridge two o'clock tomorrow. I'm sorry not tomorrow. Saturday at trails and brewery and brick oven pizza The red thirty-three red thirty three boston no agenda. The phoenix is rising autumn season. Meet up to thirty on saturday castle brewery northward massachusetts massachusetts. The tiny of anchorage alaska time four thirty. Pm is where you want to be a bear paw bar and grill in. Alaska on saturday northeast. Ohio sir sparky spook memorial meet up. That's an important one if you're in the neighborhood. Five o'clock that is the memorial for the passing of beloved friend and a producer. Sparky patrick o'brien Police pour out for me. And for john. Sunday showed november seventh deconstructing in the media. Two o'clock at stirling pig brewery in media pennsylvania and rounding out for the next between now and the next show day on the seventh myrtle. Beach fo- carnival three thirty three thirty three. Pm eastern time. Hanley's pub and grub and that will be in myrtle beach. Thank you all so much for.

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"katainen" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:51 min | 7 months ago

"katainen" Discussed on No Agenda

"The best podcast in the universe. We you not have any title changes but we do have To to handle so. Grab some bladed guy got the favorite james cornell cornell and michael white gentlemen please hop on the podium here both of you have supported the no agenda show in the amount of one thousand dollars or more that gives you exclusive access to our coveted roundtable nights and days. I'm very proud to pronounce the kate as a server budget. And serve mike of parts to be determined. Gentlemen for you. We've got hookers and blow rent boys and chardonnay. We got wife foods and waffles diet soda and video games brown cheese and aqua vita smallholder. We gotta cannock moore macaroni and plasticizers pure and blunt rubenesque roseanne guys deal abundance in bourbon sparkling cider and our sports ginger ale gerbils breast milk and butter being there. It is the mutton and mead. Ready for you. Head over to no agenda nation dot com slash rings. Select which you need. I'm not sure if you can select the actual color of the sealing wax but there are some nice colors and that you can use to seal up your important correspondence of course with the Certificate of authenticity and again welcome to the roundtable of the no agenda nights and days. Well all the meet up that are taking place no reports. Today we have no under show mixes we have no reports. What's going on with you people today. The denver area biweekly high flying. Meet up kicks off at six thirty at hangar one to one in lakewood colorado central florida meet up at five thirty at hiatus brewing in ocala. The wrong katainen bitty bitty meet up tomorrow saturday november six two pm at all chicago joplin missouri. The north idaho sanity bridge two o'clock tomorrow. I'm sorry not tomorrow. Saturday at trails and brewery and brick oven pizza The red thirty-three red thirty three boston no agenda. The phoenix is rising autumn season. Meet up to thirty on saturday castle brewery northward massachusetts massachusetts. The tiny of anchorage alaska time four thirty. Pm is where you want to be a bear paw bar and grill in. Alaska on saturday northeast. Ohio sir sparky spook memorial meet up. That's an important one if you're in the neighborhood. Five o'clock that is the memorial for the passing of beloved friend and a producer. Sparky patrick o'brien police. Pour out for me and for john. Sunday showed november seventh deconstructing in the media. Two o'clock at stirling pig brewery in media pennsylvania and rounding out for the next between now and the next show day on the seventh myrtle. Beach fo- carnival three thirty three thirty three pm eastern time. Hanley's pub and grub and that will be in myrtle beach. Thank you all so much for.

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"katainen" Discussed on Blueberry Blog Malayalam Podcast

Blueberry Blog Malayalam Podcast

03:51 min | 9 months ago

"katainen" Discussed on Blueberry Blog Malayalam Podcast

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"katainen" Discussed on Talking Kotlin

Talking Kotlin

05:14 min | 10 months ago

"katainen" Discussed on Talking Kotlin

"That would act. Should he maybe end up. Competing with things like electron for cross top form Ui developments or not. I think There's two points there. One is the approach that something like composed for desktop that jeopardizes working on is taking which is the material based ui toolkit initially built for android ported run on all desktop platforms Certainly competes directly with something. Like what electron is doing What flutters is even doing Certainly dramatically easier if you're comfortable with kotlin than doing You know sort of like a g k or any qt like any any of the other cross-platform you frameworks. I think it's also important to that. There's a distinction between the core of composed and what compose you. I is where composed will actually allow you to target existing view systems such as native ones that run on desktop. So you don't even have to potentially even switch away from Whatever you i took it. You're using whether it's even like swing. Awt if you're on javascript you could be targeting. The dom jeopardy's has composed for web effort on android. You can target the old system on ios. you can target you. I kit you can use the composed core to target whatever you i framework. You want because it's agnostic to that and so yes you have the thing that lets you write once compile and run on all platforms but if you don't wanna if you don't have the off where you lose like native you. I took it for whatever. Reason composed doesn't foresee sue. You just have to do a little bit. More work is like a hugely powerful thing that we're starting to see be realized with efforts like composed for web so it seems that this is going to be the next thing where we're going to have to correct people just like with routines and suspending functions making the distinction between compilers support and library support. No the arrow folks were always Quite adamant that we specify that correctly is composed you. I and then compose itself will be the next thing. You mentioned compose for web Did any of you folks If the technology to try and like how did you feel about the suit are you. Are you bullish on this. Nobody tried it okay. I'm not a guy. I circus guy. So now you can be a guy. Maybe i'm i'm actually pulling jason. I'm actually really excited about composed stop. There's there's an app that i've been. I like eighty projects in my head that have been some day but one of them a couple of our desktop apps and i keep like do job. Fx 'cause i'm a jvm guy or do katainen composed desktop. And i'm i'm kind of leaning toward composed. Because i don't i don't ever get a chance to play with the multi-platform stuff and it would be nice to branch out and some other areas. I've tried composer web. I think I think it's a very important. You know to your to your point about like the compose. Compose you distinction. I think google has.

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"katainen" Discussed on Talking Kotlin

Talking Kotlin

02:59 min | 11 months ago

"katainen" Discussed on Talking Kotlin

"Looking at it really trying trying fixed we will. We won't seriously send it to us. 'cause i've shortcomings in the refactoring role that we get into it but performance problems. Wanna try and fix this possible so please do us understand. We wanna make microsoft's as big as possible right. Yeah cole sowa what's next four door daschle was snacks for Well katainen in terms of what you folks doing or did you have fans Like i said we're so hopefully playing apart our monologue. So we'll have more services coming up finishing all those extractions and kind of getting ford and then the next thing will be migrating all of the services to this service that we've been talking about right this this army area framework and kind of getting that rolled out everywhere where we have this this common framework. That's powering all of our services with distributed tracing and from easiest metrics and and all those wonderful things enabled that we can really understand everything. That's going on well. I think we're actually out of time for this episode So before we say goodbye. Are there any more topics Like maybe open source projects or something that you want to shout out specifically for daughters in combination with cotton. I don't think so. Like i say we. We've we interacted a little bit with some of the open-source ecosystem. Then we're extremely happy with it right. We've we've things upstream into like save the open telemetry work streams and stuff like that. And it's it's been great so the whole ecosystem. It is just a pleasure to work with cool then. A thank you so much for coming on the show. I think we've learned a lot. About colin about micro services and above. Doordash that was really interesting. Combination of topics Yeah and thanks for coming on. I'll something for having me all right. Take care bye and for everyone else listening out there. We hope you enjoyed it and we will be back next time. Don't forget to hit that. Bell like subscribe. She got the bell on ahead dot notification thing now. I didn't i hit on notification thing on some other channel and the damn phone. The other day vibrated. Saying there's a new video i mean that's kind of the point. Search offs on notification. You don't interrupted. There's new video of seven hati oishi change the name of the show. We call it the siberian hadid show. Did you have you. Are you too old to you. Too young to wash i'm not young towards the serbs since that's going to be interested in the next one though sepe and high the show sign take care bye-bye..

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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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"katainen" Discussed on Talking Kotlin

Talking Kotlin

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"katainen" Discussed on Talking Kotlin

"Here to talk about something really exciting. Which is desktop or composed for desktop right. So now if folks aren't familiar about. I think it was like a couple of years ago that <hes>. Google launched <hes>. Jetpack composed right. Which is new way of doing <hes>. Developments on android which takes advantage of the kotlin compilers plug in model and takes inspiration from react and flutter and similar frameworks right and we actually had a show with leland who's one of the folks behind it so that's jetpack composed which is android and you've decided to do compose for desktop right. So tell us uae. Like begin with the wall why of dolls and nikola even before why it's <unk>. Topic today. I could even onset kushner y y compose i mean usually there. I'm like many yard. Firm works in the and in general like a muscular like low level system software and so <hes> <hes>. Back why was the interested in looking at that particular firm or and why believe that. This accident not not framework but more like <hes>. Like a programming language on its own just a little bit different beckons. Say graphical becca than your typical compiler markets so so compose is actually pretty exciting technology <hes>. Because it's not a you're more well. It sells itself as you are but picture. It's way more it's <hes>. It's an approach to thinking balked <hes>. Like amputation and incremental competition and no way to connect to the state of program to presentation on the program so <hes>. And make make this. Like this mapping this different than distance latian <hes>. very very straightforward and and in a sense. That's what every programmer dos <hes>. They somehow we shall is the the like they do. They do data transformation and and very important part of updated. Information is a dance form data into some perceivable state which is what what what people usually <unk>. And i guess the huron your face a lot of interesting <hes>. Like <hes> fundamental <unk>. Being like you need to be both fuck incremental transformation so if you change something lethal ended. That's the typical sedation. If they just change a little and <hes>. You get <hes>. Routinely small update in in outward. So that set a deadline that information need to need to go through the whole computation. Happening your program. So that's a that. The general story belt incrementally in impose for example and and it takes the radical approach it soon as the robot is most complex <hes>. Coaching apollo wagon an existence. The moment so that's an untreatable. Cultural compiler wargin and it wasn't even working on the on the mainstream coaching bottle of full on until one point. Four zero release earned if all that took wire to its version of autumn

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"katainen" Discussed on The Gospel of the Kingdom

The Gospel of the Kingdom

07:54 min | 2 years ago

"katainen" Discussed on The Gospel of the Kingdom

"Provide innate the gold, no Silva, nor brass in your passes. He says known to take money. Don't go with the money. Why would the law descended people to go out and preach? Without giving. Them money. I thought to crisis should have given it in every everyone of us I'm sure you are thinking Gresh should've said well I. Give you ten million. I give you one thousand dollars. Go with it at the beginning I give you all these Katainen sees whatever was usually by then they should have given them. Provision should have told them go with all. Changing with the clothes changing clothes, go with the suits, or whatever typo closer they were putting the onto then and make sure your however provision to carry because they'd be are going. To me too strenuous, he's. You. You don't know them. You have never known them You're going to meet them. Make sure you have enough provisions to take you when it is overcome back because it time for those people to know what to do, so you go with all these provisions would have given. The money would have given them, and they would have told them to carry. Clothes and everything that they needed That's that's is what would it be? The sensible thing to do that would have been sensible things to do. He said. Don't carry anything like money. Don't. Why we about yourself why he never give them money why you never told them to carry the provisions why? He never said he'd take these. Take the other. Take these days for their mission. We have still yourself a question. Why the Lord himself told them not to carry anything we thought about it. We have are still mind wherever us the why the law did that. s continued. He says no script. For your again. Nay The to coach. Neither shoes. Nor yet staves. Then it gives you the answer. For the Walkman. Is. Always meet. Right. You walk all right. You'll be wanted it. You Walk Right if we are doing right in other words. If you continue, say to rate. City or town shall enter inquire. Yeah, who is who in it is warning? And their abide tedious When you come into our house shut. And if the house be wasn't now that they are looking for one, if people was the gospel weather, are you one of these missing? You understanding this knowledge that you're being given. Are you are the? Or you on what? You're just in your. Yes I, enjoy listening. Yes, enjoy receiving. I guess enjoyed then if you're not turning around and supporting your not, you're not worthy. Says an whatever city or town you shall anti inquire who is in need wanted. And they are biting. Continue to work. tear you go thence. And when you come into our house, shall not, and if the house will be wanted, it's your peace come upon it, but if it'd be not what hit your peace return from the sever and was who's well. Shall not receive you know here you your words when you depart out over their house or city, shake off the dust. Off Your feet. Does this mean? Putting it practical now. What was Christ saying? Quechua saying you're going to labor. When you reach your Labor you have to study. To pray. You have to seek the mind of God. You have to ask you to help you to put words in your mouth. You have really to look to God to guide you. You have to sit and listen from God. You have to take time you separate yourself from the rest of the walk when everybody's doing very busy in their own thing doing this on the other visa with there may be a work that they knew. Walk. They do some business with the merchandise. Yacht, yourself, whatever you started from wherever you see God from. And then you go out trusting that the Lord will lead. You says you are going to lay. And if you Labor? And you correct. If people! receive the would. The writers suppose. Would it be to turn around and support your ministry? That's what he's saying. After we received these before we are pretty shit. We turn around and support. That's the Bible Way with support. A called God. People that are recipients they turn around. And support. That's why I was saying. Don't anybody. If those people are what else should we know? They are worthy. He's winded. Today received the message. They appreciate it. This is wonderful. We wanted church here. We are going to build a church. We are going to support. It s ministry. We are going to support it this. What this is grit we have never I decided things. This information is new to us. I have been Christian for many years and I have never had second for mention I've never had the site your words. This is a precious. We are going to support to these. We are going to support this. We're going to be to buy a plot of land. We're going to get the money. We want to make pledges. Pass on every one view that have been listening and you feel this is good. You feel this is wonderful. That's to finance. Get to build a church. Let's buy a plot of land. We must have have their past that can of his message that can really This message we want which fought golly helping us, we shall support, we shall make pledges and do everything build physical church. and. Then have all that it takes to run the ministry. We should support a past. You turn around and support if you appreciate what you're hearing and your turn around. And support does how the work of God. He's a dance, so you don't Pay Taif and so. WHO found God! Of paid my tax, what about the opening? Any are being God in the offerings. Robbing God in the offerings. Not only that. Do you want your minister of your. Who's your as you wonder that man? To continue walking. Walking forgotten a moving up and down reaching out to areas where the Gospel is not named, you wonder that man to go on preach. You'll want to have. To build a music department. you'll want the church to equipment that makes the ministry easy..

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"katainen" Discussed on Talking Kotlin

Talking Kotlin

06:59 min | 2 years ago

"katainen" Discussed on Talking Kotlin

"How you know what the realities of building software that is going to be deployed or used by? You know millions of people. Like? It does present challenges, but I'm so. We're super excited about it, but yes, that is. One of the points for sure, which is good, also right. At a little bit here to that, I'm not. I don't think that the way jet brings is going to fix. This is by putting together a project and saying going build great tools. I think part of the issue is that we don't know what those tools should look like at this point because this idea of working with structured currency, especially if you have massive currency so I have five hundred thousand cover teams running. Is something I I? Don't think we know what the tools should look like. So for example having a stack dump that's. Five hundred thousand carotenes long and showing factories for each of those is not going to be particularly helpful when I want solve my problem. So. What tools do I want? Honestly, I don't know it's. Kind of an open question, so I'm not trying to blame you guys although I appreciate the apology I'm also suggesting this is a a legitimately challenging part of this model that we just haven't figured out yet. And that's a very valid point that is where we go back to you know we rely on user experience, and the and the challenges that you face and yourself and others raising those challenges with our so that we can try and address them in some way. So sorry Andrew. You're going to say something. I, got it okay now. In addition to coal routines, you brought up the sequel wall and. One of the things that you said like you when deciding to adopt Kotlin, you liked a conciseness of the code and. The expressive -ness of it. Do you provide any kind of API for developers to actually work with killed? Yeah we have an AWS issued appear Api for me and That's part of our SDK process, which is available in the number of languages and then on top of that. Kind of API, binding layer. We built a kill the driver. and. And research off a one. Does that answer the question? Yeah, so I mean in addition to the API, so you you actually have the job. Why and an Ice Sumo Kotlin API right so? Or not. We don't. We don't currently have a native Kotlin. API BIRT's. Talking to the. To, the Java drive from cotton is a pretty inexperienced. Just given how good they interrupt us. He is. prefixed this. With a with a kind of slightly different question is how exactly do you offer this right now to the perse? Is it only as a service or can it be self hosted? Embedded -able! How does it work? Yeah, currently we only offered as a service. So the way it works, is you go to the aws console and to Click the create ledger button you give it a name and you can give it some tags, and that's it so. Unlike other databases, Snow, picking instant size or The number of availability zones you want to run in or How many provisions! How much provision capacity it should have, you just give it a name and we take her pretty much everything else for you, so it says so. That's nice. You have to worry about a thing. Someone else is GonNa. Worry about it is also. The reason I was asking about the API is like. Are you making any use of the DSL aspects of Katainen? You know the ability to create. Domain specific languages with with with cotton itself. The that we have right now is a is a Java Api. It's pretty straightforward. You, you can use the API to create a new ledger and do things like that The the kind of bulk of the work you do using the API. Is You establish a session with Kiel DB and you issue particle, which is our sequel extension? Issue Particle Commands and get results sets back just like a conventional sequel database. So. It's all Java. It's very easy to use from Kotlin as you'd expect. I. I will tell you though that that a few of us, because, of course we're using Kotlin in our day to day experience and we're writing tests. programs that use Qwerty all the time and and we fantasize about how awesome it would be to have a really nice. Kotlin DSL interact with Q., l., D., but I'm afraid that the current moment that's that's just something. That's a fantasy in our heads and something we play around with. There's no kind of. Customer Facing Kotlin DSL like API. But. It is something that you are have been looking at or thinking about. All no I didn't say that I said that we fantasize about it and play with it internally. I'M NOT GONNA. I'm not foolish enough to. Claim any kind of. You know it's claim that we're going to release anything in particular. No, no, no, no. I didn't mean that I. Mean That is something? This crossed your mind. That's what I'm absolutely. Yeah, yeah I, mean because again. I, I think one of the. Car Lenders a super expressive language and there's just. You can't help it as a developer. You you know you, you look at these problems in your head, and you just imagine the great things you could do to make it easier for other people to consume your product, yeah! And in terms of Katainen outside of the JVM and the multiplatform features, is this something that is I, mean even necessary for you or something that you've looked at or not beat. We use the Kuttan multi-platform of. Functionality internally mostly to get some of the cotton code. We have in front of a Web your. But we but we're not doing anything serious with that. At this point, it's definitely something we're keeping an eye on. And what targeting. What the Kotlin javascript assume, right? Yeah that's right, so we mentioned earlier that killed EP has the sequel dialect called particle particles and open source. Project you can find it that particle dog and get her and. It's actually written in cotton's. So if you to if you want an example of some fairly large complicated form code base. That's that's a great ones look at. 'EM! And it's possible to run a little web page that gives you a text books. You.

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"katainen" Discussed on Talking Kotlin

Talking Kotlin

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"katainen" Discussed on Talking Kotlin

"What's next To the quite a lot of different labs, which can benefit from this coaching approach. and. At the same time we are walking on the production side. The. Data signs like ditch, engineering spark, and Batali, could, a boxer now works on Kotani guy for spark. and. hopefully also will be released on summer. But they're still there core. Finale Farrah's is a community because Obviously, we concrete all that necessarily libraries on our own community can do it. and. We hope to spreads a road about the capabilities. We have known Colton for data science and inspire other people to jump into this wonderful game and right Probably Right A- port, some other libraries. To Call? And talking about? The community, getting involved. How will people get involved like? If I'm that say I listen to this podcast. How do I know like? Where do I download the Jupiter? Notebooks Katainen support for Jupiter notebooks or these things that you're doing because going to the Katelyn lying website I. Don't feel like we're ready highlighting this right. Well if you open quotes along the. that little bit data science like. Sentence. And And that goes to the data signs overview and from there you can see the Jupiter, colonel. Excellent the so this is recent, right? This hasn't been up. It's basically the. ENTRY POINT FOR A. Trying all this stuff and There's also short alice we just dot in slash. S Okay, but so essentially folks going to call in Dot Org learn, and then we've got in for service side for Andrew Jobs Griffin native, and now there's a new one that is calling for data science, and that provides essentially a summary of a lot of the things that we've been speaking about and how to proceed next very cool. Cool thank you up your. Thank you for coming on and looks exciting. What you're doing and eager to learn more about it so until next time..

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"katainen" Discussed on Talking Kotlin

Talking Kotlin

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"katainen" Discussed on Talking Kotlin

"What's next To the quite a lot of different labs, which can benefit from this coaching approach. and. At the same time we are walking on the production side. The. Data signs like ditch, engineering spark, and Batali, could, a boxer now works on Kotani guy for spark. and. hopefully also will be released on summer. But they're still there core. Finale Farrah's is a community because Obviously, we concrete all that necessarily libraries on our own community can do it. and. We hope to spreads a road about the capabilities. We have known Colton for data science and inspire other people to jump into this wonderful game and right Probably Right A- port, some other libraries. To Call? And talking about? The community, getting involved. How will people get involved like? If I'm that say I listen to this podcast. How do I know like? Where do I download the Jupiter? Notebooks Katainen support for Jupiter notebooks or these things that you're doing because going to the Katelyn lying website I. Don't feel like we're ready highlighting this right. Well if you open quotes along the. that little bit data science like. Sentence. And And that goes to the data signs overview and from there you can see the Jupiter, colonel. Excellent the so this is recent, right? This hasn't been up. It's basically the. ENTRY POINT FOR A. Trying all this stuff and There's also short alice we just dot in slash. S Okay, but so essentially folks going to call in Dot Org learn, and then we've got in for service side for Andrew Jobs Griffin native, and now there's a new one that is calling for data science, and that provides essentially a summary of a lot of the things that we've been speaking about and how to proceed next very cool. Cool thank you up your. Thank you for coming on and looks exciting. What you're doing and eager to learn more about it so until next time..

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"katainen" Discussed on Talking Kotlin

Talking Kotlin

05:42 min | 2 years ago

"katainen" Discussed on Talking Kotlin

"Practical differences in approaches well I mean. Let's let's focus on the non pie. First of all. It wasn't really around the practical approaches, but it was more around the audience if you were trying to target different audiences. Since you brought up the points about S- Non Pie right. You said you've created bindings for them Pie. Which essentially is the same way. I guess that you would create if you're talking to Carl. If you're working with cotton, the native you have this tool which is into all which allows you to create bindings to c libraries. Your saying that you've essentially done the same. For Non Pie right and and we can get into how exactly you've done that. In a second of because, that's kind of interesting to see how how that's being done but. Wouldn't you say that? So? You're taking the approach of saying okay. I'm going to create findings for a popular library such as by. Thomas is more kind of like I'm going to write this from scratch in Katainen, not non pie, but you know the kind of like the quote on thing, so it is impractical. It is a different approach. Right to try and solve the same problem. Actually. It's a really hard tradeoff between This approach so. The. Problem with represents especially wrapper around. Native libraries and known by is basically the library. Is that. you if your you such rocker than you have a native gold in your system. And? It's a pain because You know GBM walks everywhere but dubious Matey fibers. It's much harder to deploy and. To evolve supports, and so on, and that's why GM is so popular because it works everywhere and. That's why the Beulah cotton libraries. IS A. Really Great. tough in KANAKO system at the same time. Libraries which are written in that are already written. They have so many abilities that even if it's taught now and real. Tried to reproduce all this tough calling. It will take us like. Several years and That's why we trying to find that kind of a balance between this. Approach US and You, you say the Jvm with native bindings is an issue because it doesn't run everywhere. It could be run everywhere, but with much more friction, okay? So then. Two questions there first of all, why cotton jvm a knock cotton, native and two? If you've taken the route of Katainen, jvm. How are you going to avoid dots? friction for users. well, the question why for native? Basically because there is no ripple mode now focusing native. I, it's the. Mostly, because of the US beat off a combined. Yeah, yeah, I'm his fundamental in data, science I. So rebel is the most convenient way to do the. Exploratory data analysis. And sorry, just just stopping there for a second I'm not really familiar with many concepts and data science so The Jupiter notebooks is done kind of like a visual ripple as well. It's kind of a waste to explore. It's absolutely Leka ripple. Um! Probably one of the main difference is that usually in rebel you? Line by line. in Jupiter notebooks you execute cell-by-cell, so you can ride several several lines of code in one cell and execute gather. but yeah. Basically it's just. Rebelled, which saw boats? Lots of different types of visit okay. the most pro. The closest thing tore which everybody knows is kind of. muffin logic on Maple Mutt KLOPP unsought. Okay Ole this yeah, I'm familiar with Matlab Him Matica. Yes Okay so you were saying that so essentially the Katelyn JVM. The not native is basically because of lack of proper rebel and a proper compilation. Speed right yet. We are actually talking about it with the native. Team A lot. and. They understand our needs and they are walking on the. Speed of compilation and.

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"katainen" Discussed on Talking Kotlin

Talking Kotlin

09:35 min | 2 years ago

"katainen" Discussed on Talking Kotlin

"Okay. So let's drill down into certain areas of cotton because again we talk a lot about idiomatic. Let's take a look at for example. Dsl's now DSL's are one of those things that we have quite a bit about cotton and that is very easy for you to created the assault. And if you look a framework such as for instance K. Tour it basically uses. Dsl's which is you know for people not familiar with it as a combination of a few features including llamas with receivers excetera to have this kind of natural look to to the language so we use it for defining routes h caught Lenexa html us if defining statistically type html what about you folks. Do you actually use these in your applications outside of maybe some framework doing it To be honest I at least speaking for my team I think We generally don't use our own. Dsl's because there are so many deals that we use for things that I think would make good use case cases for them. They already exist And that I think that the kind of things that this is my perspective things that I would imagine using DSL for which I imagine to be kind of like more like static or structured information or behavior. We don't like we we. We don't come across it that often. So I've come across the cells in in our code base. I think that they're really hard to do. In a way that makes them easy to use. I think it's really really hard to design them in a in a very fluent way and so I have not personally been a huge fan of Len. We've created our own. Not because I don't think they're powerful feature but because I don't think that we were devoting the necessary time to making them really really easy to use in in the way that some of the ones that are coming in through external dependencies clearly have a lot of thought behind them in in a lot of clarity on what their. Api doesn't compose? Use IT Florina. I don't think necessarily fits using their selves. I know that it's using a lot of phone functions but I dunno if under the hood they're it's all one. Dsl ticon cancer precise down this one. I guess using I again. It depends on. Yeah I guess Llamas with receivers that are using quite a bit so another question I have for all of you. We talked earlier on about code style. And then someone. I don't know who it was mentioned. That wouldn't would different teams have their own code style. How does that reedy bring me value as a Kotlin developer? So let's say that I'm working in one of the companies and one of the teams has a Code Style and I'm happy with that Code Stall and everything is great and everyone in the team is on the standing everything and now generally I know all of those features that are being used a non. I've gotten used to them and moved to another company or another team and they've got a completely different coastal. Is that actually helping us as a community industry? Katelyn developers can. I take back to women's Day really quickly and asked other women developers a question so one of the things that I think makes style guides very useful is that I've personally had the experience where I've put up a death at. It's gotten nitpicked in in like very very minute. Ways like twenty nitpicks but no no comments that were based on substance and I think that having a style guide for a lot of developers who may not be in the majority at their company can be a safety net against nitpicking. Because it's lintel usually and you have like an agreed upon standard and so there can't be This double standard and Code and so. I'm not sure if that's universal experience or if that's just me but I was wondering if winner floor sweater had any comments that I do find that to be valuable Especially depending on the scale of team in how. You're you your. Your team individually does their reviews And I think that it's not just it's it's like a good. I think it's a good team. Cohesion thing where yeah. You don't want people kind of nitpicking. Also everyone's on the same page As well And it's also kind of to be more pragmatic or kind of more like business like about isn't efficiency thing as well because then everyone kind of rights code that is kind of to a certain standard or form that is kind of like. I guess in the in the context of your team Easier to read and easier to review so I find that valuable in that sense. How Buffon to what we saw this in even when working on plot that a lot of our comments were actually knits and some of them were. Katelyn language relate that stuff That in the end having the compiler or the length actually telling us that hey. You shouldn't be doing this like this was a channel valid Helpful thing and it allows US allowed us to focus on what matters most which is what are we trying to ship. I can also that. Ideally I think that would like a oldies adult style guys converged into one in virtual style. God But the question is to which extent so we have some. We have a style guide already and I think initially there was Their quest for this similar to what we are discussing right now like several teams have different styles. What would we do about each would have one style guide instead as a cover as added standard retried to gather all controversial stuff? There enter everything that is a Dan clear under Molestation agreed and whatever is remaining. I would say that probably still need some more Amendments to all and to see what different style guides are different teams. Have Right now. What issues the cover there? Because I suppose if it's on top of the style that already have probably something can be edited so my question would be what other topics are covered in. Tim Style guides current. They do know something so did so. Maybe we can ask the listeners of this podcast to actually write a block foes store publish a gist or something about their style guides and like this can learn from each other and find out what we can integrate in this style. that You're mentioning and just ride better calling codes actually to go back to. Maybe what holidays. Original question was is that if I work at one company that has a and I go to another company. That has coached. I'll be like what value is that for me and this is speaking very personally is that. I know I have as many years have very strong opinions about certain things and how I would use something and when you're on the team you often have to Compromise between different very strong opinions And I even though like I might bristle at first at a decision we might make. I think that the idea of having people kind of figure out what the best code style for that for their team is an expose Kind of like Having to experience like different opinions gives you kind of different kinds of challenges. Your assumptions challenges your notions on. What is the absolute right? Would it be something? And what isn't and I know for me and I feel sorry. I keep bringing up stuff that I've already talked about some sorry if I keep sock talking about myself but like say like things like null ability like I know I had very strong opinions about what we should do and shouldn't do end like some people might team had a totally different opinion and while at first I wasn't in a majority I've kind of like as I'm as we're writing this code is I'm working with Costa which I don't one hundred percent agree with. I'm kinda seeing the bounds of where my opinion you know was Could be kind of changed a bit and then at the same time like I feel like there are bound to maybe where the code style that we decided on. Maybe like Need some amendments. And there's kind of like this convalescing which I think is kind of what was returned to as well as as we kind of like establish are different code styles and see what kind of working where they don't. We all might be kind of like coalescing to a universal style. It and I think it challenging your assumptions in challenging your opinions on things and exploring you know the edge cases in dark corners is very worthwhile and that people kind of get to the same place. Eventually how do you deal with people that don't I mean like let's say you're on a team and and does five people that feel? I'm not even GONNA put numbers but like how do you convince someone if you strongly feel that your code is more readable than Katainen? How'd you convince them? The DOT code is more readable and more maintainable than or comprehensible as cabinet. Henny would say then the same code written in Java. You can't say no to this one. It's the hard question it's like. I'm with the team. Dynamics question It's it's difficult. I think I think other.

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"katainen" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"katainen" Discussed on KTRH

"Fred, you're live on the excellence in broadcasting network. Thanks for taking my call and say, come. Former federal agent agency, not the FBI. Of course, the okay I just laugh when I hear the term hardworking men and women. The FBI got thirty five thousand employers makeover harmful dollars a year. Right. They're budget's out of sight. And if you talk to any other person in lawful, they'll probably say the same thing was not that hard working eight before every day. And then go home. I it's just it's just laughable. When I hear that term, it's like the host yesterday say the running for everybody. But right here hardworking, man. They wanted me FBI. Chris. Well, though, tell that to some of my colleagues because that's like a reflex, every time they attack Jim Komeito, whoever they fail. Obliged to apologize to as you say this thirty five thousand people read, and what's, what's funny to me is that I. You know, you said you were phobic, federal agents had you say, what agency will weigh the whatever. But the, the thing that jumps out about this whole special investigation of mullah's is that the minute Mullah comes in. He he appoints to this investigation, all the same people who have both running the Hillary investigation and the Trump investigation. In other words, my point is that even though the study five thousand people as you say, it's, it's the same ten people who seem to be running everything that matters. And that doesn't seem to me quite the actions of a normal bureaucracy. Fred. You go back to Jaeger Hoover was, and he was blackmailing all the president's because the stuff in on. So they hurts us another one old tactics. Any other want to build a new to be dollar headquarters in Washington DC. It's to be say right there but. You just you just go on, on the FBI agents spine for Russia. You know. Yeah. Yeah. No all. Tell me tell me tell me something about jurisdiction to, because I find this old, the FBI is supposed to be a domestic police agency, but has offices and stuff around the planet, which, again, seems to me, for example, when they was the Ariana, the Ariana GRANDE concert in Manchester England and the jihadists blew it up. Apparently some local FBI agent is on the ground that investigating that why, why, why, why do they have offices all around the world? Really tickets on the front row seat. And he was may have across the show, interrupted needing to say the show. But. So just he'll say that was just he just happened to be there full the FBI weekend retreat at the cake. Okay. Well, thank you. Another attack us every time congress passed a new law. They say, well, we need another thousand agents if we're gonna enforce this. Yeah. No, no, no, no. I know at it's a funny thing that's an excellent point. And you go back today, Ed g-o-v the left, the left may jokes about dead, who the the while he was alive. But basically ten minutes after he keeled over. They strongly objected to him, then Mun that book came out alleging that he had transvestite two tendencies. There's anything wrong with that. He'd be he'd be five points ahead in Iowa in today's democrat primary. But the but the but they kept going on about, they were worried about at Hoover, they felt Jade who was disgraceful the all the rest of it. They seem entirely comfortable with an old Paphos security state that can do this to you. And that's what's changed about the left. It's one of the most fascinating things the alliance between so-called progressive. The identity politics and the twenty four hour surveillance state is is cemented. And as we see in this run up to the twenty twenty election. They're going to be very cozy in a while. Thank you, Fred. Infanticide done what agency works full D ATF is whole, maybe works for only pull Ben katainen recognize who knows a lot of alphabetical soup out that if you're next FBI guy in the interests of equality of time, do feel free to give a call. Let's still to come. You're listening to the V.

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"katainen" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"katainen" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Their own end. Yes. Goalie not a lotta room there. Katainen Johnson one by Luke Kuhn, it will appoint sealer shoots wide left. The rebound pinballs right in front. Fiala was sniffing around. But. Bass Los found the pocket froze it. I'm watching this kind of in on the face house. He's a right hand shot the jobs to the right of Celeski. He's got his right hand because he's a right turn on the thing. But he's still draws it on his forehead. Interesting. College player at the university of Wisconsin suited me. First-round pick valid uses to Johnson Girardi right wing kucherov. Couldn't quite get it out. It's intercepted by left circle. A pass off the skate of couture up. Prec follows up left corner for Konan Luke cut protects the left circle jobs. Brodine shoots wide, right. Lightning. Nita clear here Tyler Johnson and lightning far corner. Slips it for headman. He'll turn it out of the zone. Brody knocks it down the aisle and cranks at right back in whether or not giving those guys any room, whatsoever point kucherov or Johnson Girardi of pass nearly stolen by Parisi bounced off his stick and point gobbles it up right in point accelerating down the right wing at center. Cross the line right circle. Cutting to the slot. Lost the handle following up Kutuzov, though, right point, right point, circuits have right point kucherov, high slide. Brayden point center point Colbert, shoot. Save Nate rebound point couldn't quite get it away from Jordan Greenway. He floats it out of his own good rebound jet back to get it in the lightning in. What's the call? All here. Well, circuit Jeff brought it back in it might have been a hand pass and Coburn Sergeyev five oh five left in the first one. I think Minnesota lighting radio. There's not a place in the world when lightning may strike. The thunder will not follow. The land too far or host unwelcoming can keep.

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"katainen" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"katainen" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Just so you know, you can listen at home by telling Alexa, play Cayenne S T on iheartradio. Yeah. Enjoy the stimulation. On it. I'm on it. You got it. Not a problem. I'm here for you. I'm here for you. I'm here for you know, you now you you. No, you can't get that on record. Because I'm here for you eight twenty five please don't do that. Unbelievable. Thank you for hanging out. I'm gonna put up this story, by the way of the greatest story all things to talk about today. My favorite story is the fact that Ralph Northam is not the stupidest person. I mean, he's really dumb. The governor Virginia really dumb. But he may not be the stupidest person in his marriage his wife. Maybe let's make it equal rights equal everything. Again, his wife took a bunch of school kids that were I guess interns for Senate pages, whatever on a tour of the mansion there and looked at the only three black kids that were that were part of that and picked up katainen said imagine if you were a slave picking this cotton. Moron. Plus, I'm still upset. Still upset that she stopped. Her husband for moonwalking in that press conference that have been one of the greatest things ever. So yes, I'll put that on my Facebook page Facebook dot com slash Gary Lewis radio. I can follow it on my Facebook page. Also, the interview I did with that teacher from Phoenix Catherine bear, their blew the whistle on red for Ed that it's not about pay raises. She thought it was like literally you're a teacher. You're getting freaking used your Duke. Do you think it's all good? I'll we could just not work free day. And I'll stand out and go get a beer somewhere. You could stand on the street quarter in Hong gets right dumper, education's better, getting Democrats elected. And if you're okay with that, that's fine. That's your deal. But it's it's it's freak. It's awful. Anyway. News on my page. Facebook dot com slash.

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"katainen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:58 min | 3 years ago

"katainen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Parties that the came on in London, they they used to change and the prince of Wales changes can three times recognizing the yet the bright young people really started quite simply they were bored. And they told what we do. So they played follow leader through Selfridge's played paper. Chase down the underground. Barbara Cartland married twice and had three children and over she worked writing fiction and journalism through life. She didn't approve a feminism. Or is she called it women's lib is women's lib was broken up the guidelines. I say what I say is that if you met somebody you love, it's your fault. If he goes off the rails. It's your fault. You the what God's you hustled? You've got keeping away from Deb, Deb, you've got to make it so happy so thrilled with you that he doesn't want another woman. In fact, Barbara Cartland really didn't like women at all on the whole. I find women while the tough I find that not they intelligence spiteful. I find women just be a little pricky Baio back. And of course, if they get the chance, they'll take your husband your lover that's a woman's job. All right. And then you've got fight that women made up the bulk of her readership and her fans were very loyal. So what did they get? From her books if you were a Barbara Cartland fan you bought and devoured her books because just like your favorite breakfast cereal. So you weren't looking for anything out of the ordinary so the plots kind of repeated correct mostly historical romances, but in terms of literary merit now, regardless of their literary merit Barbara Cartland books did sell and they were translated all over the world. When Joe mcaleer had finished interviewing Barbara Cartland about her books. She played hostess she announced it was time for tea. So we went next door to a very ground dining room, the table was Laden with cakes of every shape and size. But before we could have RT the dogs have their T. So she cut huge pieces of cake and put them on China plates, and then place them on the floor for the dogs and fill cups of tea for the dogs. Once the dogs done, then we could have our T. And I remember they were some large picture windows behind her while we were having tea her Butler was what she said exercising. Her way Rolls Royce driving around in circles in the driveway. She's quite proud of her of her Rolls, Royce. Whether she was showing off about a Rolls, Royce or making grandiose claims about her writing, she seemed utterly unselfconsciously. She would go on and say how her novels were. So historically, correct that they were used in universities America to teach history that can't be intrigued, absolutely untrue untrue. She perhaps convinced herself. It was true. Do you think those figures of hundreds of millions sold are true? I think they are true. Because there there have been studies statistical analysis of the bestselling authors, and she's always up there. She was a one woman publicity machine. Totally outrageous. But totally sincere to this was you know, who she was. And who she wanted the world to see her as she was a sorta fairytale Princess of a sort to care about fairy tale princesses. There was a connection with Princess, Diana. Yes, shot she was Princess Diana's, step grandmother. So her daughter rain, married Diana's, father, Lord, Spencer when I met her. It was at the height of the kind of Charles, Diana romance. She was very proud of the Princess who she saw as the center for Fe -cation of everything that she believed in in terms of romantic love. I remember she did not go to the Royal wedding. She I believe said that she didn't want to upstage the bride. Barbara katainen was almost eighty at the time of Prince Charles's marriage to Diana, Spencer, apparently immune to self doubt. She claimed that if she was ever stuck for a storyline cheat simply pray for one. I leave tremendously in prayer. Plot you won't believe this. But they substitute on the gospel. I say God, please God give me a plot. Plotting takes Sunday's Guinness Book records, the average a train table. Besides writing, Barbara katainen championed all sorts of causes better conditions for midwives writes for Britain's Romany people she was evangelical about various alternative health treatments from vitamins and Honey to ginseng with her clear branding celebrity connections. Joe mcaleer believed she would have fit in well on twenty-first-century social media. She was an extraordinary self-assured entrepreneur.

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Headline About Julia Roberts' Roles Published With Extremely Awkward Typo

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00:40 sec | 3 years ago

Headline About Julia Roberts' Roles Published With Extremely Awkward Typo

"Life and our holes get better with age or her roles either way, they all get better. This is a major newspaper. Lots of people had to look at that for you goes to print. Less and less people is the thing voter candidate number one somebody please find me a proof reader. Here's Boehner candidate number two. Look, you only have to look in their wants to see that. I ain't got a weapon. City of Washington DC is settled a lawsuit with a black man. Who accused metro police officer a metro police officer of repeatedly. Probing his anal cavity. Hey, Gina warning on going to say the words anal cavity. Is that better? Repeatedly probing his ADL cavity during a weapons. Search news outlets report. The American Civil Liberties union DC announced last week that Washington DC admits no wrongdoing, and but will play off an undisclosed amount to 'em. The cotton him the ACLU and the forty year old man, Mr. katainen sued beliefs in July over the September twenty seventeen search by officer, Sean lotion Koto. Who denies inappropriately touching Mr. cotton him. Although they're paying off a pretty big pretty substantial suit apparently video shows officer lotion koneohe repeatedly searching, Mr. Williams, groin area and anal cavity. No weapons found Gina. There's audio. I don't know. That this probably feel one hundred percent. River. You didn't play the whole thing. I did in my head. Issues. Mr. Cotonou was ultimately arrested or charged with anything, really. Yeah. Boehner candidate number two. You only have to look in their wants to see I ain't got no weapon. Coming up in a moment. Boba candidate number three. I get all my wellness techniques from the internet all rights candidate number three for round two coming up after this big, boy, news and opinion. Wendo brought to you by the Sundance film festival returns. January twenty four th through February third and Park City Salt Lake City and Sundance resort discovered. The twenty nineteen lineup including world premiere films at Sundance dot org slash festival. Sarah Hyland for modern family. She's had a rough rough. Yeah. No kidding. She's had a second kidney transplant. You by her brother? Ian, when Sarah I told me that she would need a second transplant. The initial wave of fear was washed over by sense of resolution. Her brother, Ian, told self magazine, I only cared about Sarah knowing that I had her back, and that she was going to be okay. Despite her brother's eagerness, Sarah Hyland said that she felt very guilty about this enormous favor and it took its toll and she had to force away. Thoughts of suicide. I was very depressed. When family member gives you a second chance at life, and it fails it almost feels like it's your fault. She said, it's not your fault. But it does feel that way. But she's managed to get through that yet. She says in in addition or kidney trouble, she has endometriosis, and she's just got so many problems. But she's she says that she said that she's she's doing better and she's managed to her health has gotten better, and she is mentally she's in a better place than she's been in a long time. Now know exactly why this interview is at this time. But you know, I don't know if I don't think she's even pushing any particular project that she's doing it just an interview that was done with her. Always kind of liked her for some reason. She's I was liked her on that. She's funny. She's gotten better. Yeah. Let's see a VM Utah teacher accused of shooting and killing her ex husband's girlfriend in front of the twins has made an initial court appearance. Chelsea cook of heroin waived, the reading of charges against her and asked the at that an attorney from the legal fenders office, the appointed represent her she's charged with aggravated murder burglary, three counts of felony a bunch of other charges. So she's asked for a public defender in her initial court appearance. Summit county man was arrested over the weekend. After police say he fired fifteen rounds of two people inside of a home where he was staying Randall weed Dickinson is we'd in quote lead is his middle name. No, it's not it's not in fifty fifty-six of Francis Utah, which is in

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