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"kevin jones" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

09:28 min | 4 months ago

"kevin jones" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Guess it depends if you're looking into pointing engine X. on bare metal or virtual machines. There's a good amount of tuning configuration that you can do because you know you have to think about things like file descriptors. You know you have to think about things like available connections from and it's not only from engine X. Perspective but also from a Lennox perspective so there's a certain level of tuning. Yeah that you need to do. If you're deploying inch next on on a bare metal or on virtual machines if you're looking at deploying Jackson containers that gets a little bit less of a requirement because the idea around containers as you're deploying larger amounts of virtual basically operating systems and some engine XS being more distributed. And so there's less of a need to tune in a container environment. I would say than something like virtual machines or bare metal. But if you are if you're depending on which missions are bare metal. It's definitely recommended to at things. Like foul descriptors you know connections. Ssl What kind of optimization you can do run us to sell. There's a lot you can do to help to and basically maximize the efficiency of your API gala so really large software company. You're going to get to a place where you have lots and lots of API's you're GonNa have lots and lots of routes to manage. What kinds of problems do these enterprises get around? Api Gateway Management is the volume of things to manage behind an API becomes large. Yeah I would say. The number one thing is security becomes a very crucial components being able to audit the access that is available for those. Api's that's the one thing that that companies are always worried about is data and publicly exposing that data and protecting the data behind those API's second would be again dealing with the service discovery. I would say a good number of customers that we work with. Don't necessarily have a good crass on what instances are actually running in their environments and. I think we're something like a API gateway or essentially if something like engine X. can help is to be able to deal with more dynamic nature environments and be able to keep track of that information right and so again I think services scullery is definitely a crucial part in a difficult thing for some companies to deal with and I think it's just goes back to that. Usually most organizations have a large number of development teams and each development team has a different way that they're building applications. And so a Lotta Times. There's no standard on Those services are kept track of and so again having some kind of standard way to do services covering organization is key and then lastly I would say being able to be agile is getting even more and more difficult. The idea is that companies are trying to build applications faster so that they can come to market with features and functionality quicker which in turn gives a better customer service experience. And so if you're wanted something like that you need to be able to deploy quickly and so I think the building a robust CIC de pipeline for your applications basically continuous integration and continuous delivery of applications is very critical to you being agile environments. So I think that's definitely a struggle in some ways for customers. What about routing between multiple clouds doesn't API gateway typically sit in front of Multiple Clouds? Or do you have like an API gateway in each cloud if you're multi cloud and you're a gigantic enterprise if you're multi cloud you're more likely going to have a somewhat of a distributed. Api Gateway Fruit Cloud. And so you might have something in like you know you might use cloud load balancer initially at the edge right so you might use something like something like an mlb or maybe a called low balancer just to accept the initial connection and then immediately sitting behind that you probably have some level of protection from a high level perspective so Diaz maybe web application firewall. Something at the edge right and then usually either at that layer you also have additional functionality for engine next or something like that. Api Gateway or you proxy into another layer that's handling API gateway functionality. And this way you can distribute so if if an application that's in aws needs to talk to an application that for some reason is only available in GDP. It can go out to the Internet. Come back in and be protected. Essentially have secure connection from each cloud to that application the cdn infrastructure is becoming more richly featured does that affect API gateway infrastructure at all if I'm moving more and more functionality to the CD end to the edge layer well. There's a lot of power there to be able to offload requests and traffic to the cdn as much as possible especially if you're dealing with Requests that are very static right. You know there's a huge benefit to try to bring that that data is close to the client as possible right because you're not only you're saving on the client's requirement around latency because they're able to hit that that data locally but you also saving on network infrastructure costs so the additional latency that are the additional bandwith needs to come in through the cloud provider to your data center. And you're also dealing. You're saving on compute right so you don't have to do. Ats connection you know. You're not having to run. Cpu cycles on that machine that freeze to freeze it up to do other things so yes absolutely having the cdn in a robust city and at that layer is is very effective. I think that's why companies like you know net flicks who has a very highly distributed. Cdn You know. They try to bring that. Data's close to the clients possible because a lot of what are the outstanding problems in API management today? What do you think needs to be solved or were improvements that could be made to the management layer? Yeah that's a good question I think right now with a lot of the API gateway tooling. That's out there. Is it some. Let's monolithic nature as you start to add a lot of features and functionality into an API gateway slash APM management plane. It starts to become very. I would say bloated. And Hard to deploy distributes. Especially if you want to distribute it you know quickly or instead of a container or something like that and so. I think the best thing we can do is try to adopt the same methodology that our applications are trying to adopt so micro services and being able to have distributed functions of the API gateway in the Management Plan. So in other words you know having the ability to keep the functionality at a very basic or a minimum but solving all the problems that business needs and so that is one of the things that we tried to do with within the next controller injects pluses. We wanted to build a solution that may separates the control plan and the data plane. And we've done that and now we're just trying to solve and make it easier for developers to be able to publish their applications. And so I think there's a lot of value in keeping that same methodology of making applications in the functions of the API gateway management small but also putting in a lot of functionality that makes easier for the developers to publish those. Api's all right well wrapping up. It's been great getting your perspective on Api Management and genetics. But just like to know since we're in this crazy time. How has your work changed as a result of the virus? Both you know to level of what you're doing for the company and just how your day to day life has changed. Yeah that's a good question for me. Not much has changed other than my travel. Obviously travel restrictions. I do a lot of training events for our. Our reseller is also do a lot of training events for our sales staff and also do a lot of customer visits. Obviously a Lotta. That's halted so my my travels definitely cotton a lot later and I think we're just using this time right now to kind of focus on the product that we're building to basically reevaluates the functions and start building roadmaps that are going to help solve problems for customers. And so we're pushing all our energy into being able to build features and functionality right now and also world so looking at improving our training program and so. I think there's a lot of that stuff that we can kind of real back internally and start Kinda helping provide some solutions and and you know just some future plans that will help the users event genetics as a whole Kevin Jones. Thanks come on the show. Yeah no problem is great to meet you and thanks for having me. We're.

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"kevin jones" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

09:28 min | 4 months ago

"kevin jones" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Guess it depends if you're looking into pointing engine X. on bare metal or virtual machines. There's a good amount of tuning figuration that you can do. Because you know you have to think about things like file descriptors. You know you have to think about things like available connections from and it's not only from engine X. Perspective but also from a Lennox perspective so there's a certain level of tuning. Yeah that you need to do. If you're deploying inch next on on a bare metal or on virtual machines if you're looking at deploying Jackson containers that gets a little bit less of a requirement because the idea around containers as you're deploying larger amounts of virtual basically operating systems and some engine XS being more distributed. And so there's less of a need to tune in a container environment. I would say than something like virtual machines or bare metal. But if you are if you're depending on which missions are bare metal. It's definitely recommended to at things like foul descriptors connections. Ssl What kind of optimization you can do run us to sell. There's a lot you can do to help to and basically maximize the efficiency of your API gala so really large software company. You're going to get to a place where you have lots and lots of API's you're GonNa have lots and lots of routes to manage. What kinds of problems do these enterprises get around? Api Gateway Management is the volume of things to manage behind an API becomes large. Yeah I would say. The number one thing is security becomes a very crucial components being able to audit the access that is available for those. Api's that's the one thing that that companies are always worried about is data and publicly exposing that data and protecting the data behind those API's second would be again dealing with the service discovery. I would say a good number of customers that we work with. Don't necessarily have a good crass on what instances are actually running in their environments and. I think we're something like a API gateway or essentially if something like engine X. can help is to be able to deal with more dynamic nature environments and be able to keep track of that information right and so again I think services discovery is definitely a crucial part in a difficult thing for some companies to deal with and I think it's just goes back to that. Usually most organizations have a large number of teams and each development team has a different way that they're building applications. And so a Lotta Times. There's no standard on Those services are kept track of and so again having some kind of standard way to do services covering organization is key and then lastly I would say being able to be agile is getting even more and more difficult. The idea is that companies are trying to build applications faster so that they can come to market with features and functionality quicker which in turn gives a better customer service experience. And so if you're wanted something like that you need to be able to deploy quickly and so I think the building a robust CIC de pipeline for your applications basically continuous integration and continuous delivery of applications is very critical to you being agile in those environments. So I think that's definitely a struggle in some ways for customers. What about routing between multiple clouds doesn't API gateway typically sit in front of multiple clouds? Or do you have like an API gateway in each cloud if you're multi cloud and you're a gigantic enterprise if you're multi cloud you're more likely going to have a somewhat of a distributed. Api Gateway Fruit Cloud. And so you might have something in like you know you might use cloud load balancer initially at the edge right so you might use something like something like an mlb or maybe a called low balancer just to accept the initial connection and then immediately sitting behind that you probably have some level of protection from a high level perspective so Diaz maybe web application firewall. Something at the edge right and then usually either at that layer you also have additional functionality for engine next or something like that as Api Gateway or you proxy into another layer that's handling API gateway functionality. And this way you can distribute so if if an application that's in aws needs to talk to an application that for some reason is only available in GDP. It can go out to the Internet. Come back in and be protected. Essentially have a secure connection from each cloud to that application the cdn infrastructure is becoming more richly featured does that affect API gateway infrastructure at all if I'm moving more and more functionality to the CD end to the edge layer well. There's a lot of power there to be able to offload requests and traffic to the cdn as much as possible especially if you're dealing with Requests that are very static right. You know there's a huge benefit to try to bring that that data is close to the client as possible right because you're not only you're saving on the client's requirement around latency because they're able to hit that that data locally but you also saving on network infrastructure costs so the additional latency that are the additional bandwith needs to come in through the cloud provider to your data center. And you're also dealing. You're saving on compute right so you don't have to do. Ats connection you know. You're not having to run. Cpu cycles on that machine that freeze to freeze it up to do other things so yes absolutely having the cdn in a robust city and at that layer is is very effective. I think that's why companies like you know net flicks who has a very highly distributed. Cdn You know. They try to bring that. Data's close to the clients possible because a lot of what are the outstanding problems in API management today? What do you think needs to be solved or were improvements that could be made to the? Api Management Layer. Yeah that's a good question I think right now with a lot of the API gateway tooling. That's out there. Is it some monolithic nature as you start to add a lot of features and functionality into an API gateway slash APM management plane? It starts to become very. I would say bloated. And Hard to deploy distributes. Especially if you want to distribute it you know quickly or instead of a container or something like that and so. I think the best thing we can do is try to adopt the same methodology that our applications are trying to adopt so micro services and being able to have distributed functions of the API gateway in the Management Plan. So in other words you know having the ability to keep the functionality at a very basic or a minimum but solving all the problems that business needs and so that is one of the things that we tried to do with with engine next controller injects pluses. We wanted to build a solution that may separates the control plan and the data plane. And we've done that and now we're just trying to solve and make it easier for developers to be able to publish their applications. And so I think there's a lot of value in keeping that same methodology of making applications and the functions of the API gateway management small but also putting in a lot of functionality that makes easier for the developers to publish those. Api's all right well wrapping up. It's been great getting your perspective on Api Management and genetics. But just like to know since we're in this crazy time. How has your work changed as a result of the virus? Both you know to level of what you're doing for the company and just how your day to day life has changed. Yeah that's a good question for me. Not much has changed other than my travel. Obviously travel restrictions. I do a lot of training events for our. Our reseller is also do a lot of training events for our sales staff and also do a lot of customer visits. Obviously a Lotta. That's halted so my my travels definitely cotton a lot later and I think we're just using this time right now to kind of focus on the product that we're building to basically reevaluates the functions and start building roadmaps that are going to help solve problems for customers. And so we're pushing all our energy into being able to build features and functionality right now and also world so looking at improving our training program and so. I think there's a lot of that stuff that we can kind of real back internally and start Kinda helping provide some solutions and and you know just some future plans that will help the users event genetics as a whole Kevin Jones. Thanks come on the show. Yeah no problem is great to meet you and thanks for having me. We're.

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"kevin jones" Discussed on Real_Sports: A Snapchat Sports Pod

Real_Sports: A Snapchat Sports Pod

08:08 min | 6 months ago

"kevin jones" Discussed on Real_Sports: A Snapchat Sports Pod

"So we're on with Kevin Jones. His team that he covers is the forty niners. So we're bringing you a little breakdown of the Super Bowl. Yeah and I'm confident in them to be honest I like they. They don't have Patrick Mahomes but they do have pretty much everything else. I think there are only weakness in my podcast. Listeners is the secondary and it's it's really Statistically hasn't been a weakness but I think the chiefs are going to put some pressure like I'm confident that the forty niners are going to be able to score and the chiefs defense. It's Ki- can they get a stop or two and they needed. Ah The score is going to be combined in the seventies. I think it's going to be four or five touchdown asked him. I think. That's the biggest misconception right now. As the general public public is like niners defense chiefs offense niners defense front seven elite but is that secondary. I'm because in your head it's like Oh we have Richard Sherman the secondary's it just as good as the front seven but it is lacking a little and they'll throw the ball fifty times. They have no problem doing that. Yeah and trips and you know last. Couple of weeks the packers and Vikings they play two you tight end set so it's GonNa be a lot of throwing the football out of the shock on a lot of dime packages on the football field The end of the day I truly trust how Shanahan not put up with thirty one points. So it's GonNa come down to Ken this team get a time we stop. It's the D.. Line the D. Line comes out and they play like the packers and the Vikings. I think the forty niners will win. If they can't get data pressure it's going to be a little dicey I still don't think is fully healthy. He'll is mobile right but to me he he still looks like he's just slow. I think that's the biggest misconception. You see Lamar out in open. Space even see Watson but isn't a true runner he can move. He's not a typical pocket passer. But it's not like a fast. Ask Guy I don't know how hurt he is. He's going to be fine. Obviously for the game. I don't compare him to Lamar. The forty niners played mobile quarterbacks. They've struggled to me. He's he's allusive in the pocket but he's not. A mobile quarterback can extend. He can extend the play really well and that that could get the forty niners some fits. I'm also on the niners honors and I actually bet on. Jimmy wants Roy and be pay. I think he throws thirty times. This game right. I think everyone's obsessed with the idea of he can't do it well. First of all highest. QB ratings four this year etc but why why would you throw the ball. I would actually be pissed as a fan at Shanon. If he was throwing the ball more in the last two games they they didn't need to so keep it on the ground you know we'll see what's working if they come out with the lead and Hema Sir than I than I get it but I don't think it's this type of game. I think it's when they played the saints and it was forty five. I forty eight and it was just a electric. I worry if the forty niners are running the football so much that they stall out and after settle for fuel goes into the chiefs. Come right back touchdowns if you play the running. Yeah you'RE GONNA have to get the ball in the end the proven. They can do that but I I I'm coming out throwing the football to be honest. Yeah what's the status of Coleman and then do you think will be used or as a factor at all. I think timing Coleman Will Suda suit up. He's going to be a major factor in the game. Breeders had fumbling problem so rehim assert is going to be the bell cow Yeah I know for a running back situation there in a good spot right now they can. They have three guys who can do the job. Breda started the year as the main guy. The fumbling issues. Ah He's like a free agent. After this year there could be some change in that running back room but remastered started years of special teams guy. I mean his story is just unbelievable. What Kyle Shanahan can do with the pieces? George CADLE fifth round. Pick the too often guards unheralded guys. That's that's like the the big four hundred they can turn other people's Corrigo. Oh trash treasure that works office. You said you expect them to throw thirty times. They've been using obviously kiddle a lot that guy and then Deebo has grown on his role throughout the year but I think in my head. It's an Emmanuel Sanders game. I think it's time he's going to show up. He's been quite in the playoffs. So far is there any truth to that. I mean the whole passing. Offense has been quiet in the playoffs. So it's like yeah we're just looking back in the saints game. He was huge early on. He's a great deep threat for this offense. And he's he's great over the middle and slant routes how are they gonNA use Tehran Matthew Are they gonna Shade kittle where they put him on the field could dictate some game planning things. What Kyle L. where they're spending the football trying to keep it away from him? Chief Secondary is man outside of Matthew. So I I don't think they're scared. Yeah Deebo came on strong. Most random named watch out where I've been saying on everything is Ross dwell. He's the back blocker going to go under the radar. No one's going to prepare them all week. I think he's going to have six seven catches sixty yards possibly touchdown Ross dweller. You heard it here. I could be like the big playmaker that no one's expecting because that's what Kyle does no one expected where he most if they're shading Kiddo. What tyron that opens it up on the tight end from? What do you expect the defensive game by and to be with Travis cousy say Jimmy Ward is is the deep free safety Quasi tarts the strong safety tart is not the best in coverage he's more of a run stopper her tight ends have eaten on the forty niners Hollister the the young for the seahawks couple touchdowns and then against the saints. They were exposing tight. End Over. The middle. Twenty yards is a is a dangerous spot for this defense They're gonNA have to count on Tart they really are. They're we're GONNA count on their their strong safety kind of to to monitor Kelsey Anquan Alexander to these coming off the torn pack. But he's been great in coverage what is like mahomes take shots. He's he kind of plays like that. And Jimmy G. is more of the conservative type of quarterback Howard. The defensive backs the secondary for the niners in terms of playmaking. So obviously Sherman is really good at intercepting. The ball but like mahomes takes a pass across his body. That's an opportunity to take advantage of our. Are they playmakers or manual. Mosey is like he had an interception last game. He's he's got his hands on the football before that's who they're going to attack they're they're they're gonNA put Tyreek Hill probably mostly on that side of the field and have him go against Mosey the thing with the forty niners better against bigger receivers. They're not as good against the shift shift shorter receivers which out Sammy Watkins like Nicole. Hardman is kind of shifty short guy to that type of receiver this defense. They're they're more equipped quipped to play the six three two hundred twenty pound receivers. Michael Thomas is so yeah I would look You know he's he's going to get targeted ten to fifteen times on that side. They're going to have to shade safety help over there. At the end of the day I would not shock me if the chiefs one obviously but and this will probably be. The reason is going to be the past defense if that that happened. But I'm I am picking the niners and I'm very confident in them. The matchup seem pretty cut and dry in terms of their strengths and they happen to be the niners. Weaknesses says and vice versa. There's the nine strength is the chiefs weaknesses. What's your x factor for this game? Though the pass rush the forty niners rush passer and Patrick Mahomes is uncomfortable than their chiefs. Game plan kind of goes awry and they have to play more backyard. Football at the pass rush isn't there this could be. They can put up forty five points probably four years even though they're one of the best defense in the league because I don't do the chiefs. Oh Line Mitchell Schwartz. Great right tackle. They're or a great line top ten fifteen but they're not a top five. I think the the decline will be able to eat. Who would be your super bowl? Envy Andy People. Oh we have charlie eagerly in the building. Oh Man if you listen to snap export spot you know. Charlie is our producer. He's the king. He's the Cleveland Legend. I just ripped my headphones out. I was too excited to see Charlie Charlie. Welcome to Miami No Yeah but you're asking me super. MVP This is the craziest thing I've ever going to say. But I think it might be roster willy..

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"kevin jones" Discussed on Real_Sports: A Snapchat Sports Pod

Real_Sports: A Snapchat Sports Pod

01:31 min | 6 months ago

"kevin jones" Discussed on Real_Sports: A Snapchat Sports Pod

"New England sending Cutie Jimmy Garoppolo to forty niners. We we believe we've found the right guy. Garoppolo Past Daikin Bruce. What offs striking gold listeners and snap back sports fan it's Kevin Jones and Jack settlement coming to you? Live live from Miami. The Mondrian Hotel Jack. What's going on Bro? Not much where Miami for the Super Bowl. It's pretty sick so we're I don't know that what the players impact today Winter Party last night with Keith. Bullock and Eddie George were were elbowing our way in here. We're trying to become legit company. Blue wires were here man. It's fun I I WanNa Talk Super Bowl with you. Let's do I think i. Why don't you introduce your audience man? I'll do the same. Yes so I mean For the people been following blue blue. I R- Jack is one of our star. Podcasters twenty-three-year-old snapchat influencer. He's getting embarrassed over here by the introduction he hit number one on the charts and one of his first. You weeks on blue wire. We made a big deal about that. And he's one of our most listened to podcasts Jack Hostess with Abe and they they host Mondays or author goes live and highly recommend It's a league wide perspective. MBA NFL core K.. J..

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"kevin jones" Discussed on Undisclosed

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03:54 min | 1 year ago

"kevin jones" Discussed on Undisclosed

"That's one of the it's so cruel to because it what you see happening is the prosecution <unk> sort of pitting against each other like you know supporters of the person who is charged with the murder against the family of the victim down when you know just as far as we're concerned justice for Kevin Jones starts with justice for Keith. Davis junior like you can't keep did did not murder Kevin Jones him serving time in prison convicted of that crime doesn't do any service to Kevin Jones it doesn't that's not honoring his memory at all and it's tragic that his family has apparently been sort of you know they seem to believe what they've been told by the Prosecution Putian but now we're still WANNA believe it I mean if you were the victim and you're in victim's family and you're in this emotional state. You are looking obviously sleigh like person with the badge the person on WHO's supposed to be on your side to give you answers and then they show up with like all these confident things of course of course you're going to believe them near in a few families sort of really sort of see through that the smoke and mirrors but not alway I mean of like I have such for them right. Desiring Avenue losure makes sense. You know like emits point that like there is someone out there who really killed them and it's true in in <unk> ammon lease case on forward right like someone really did it and then that person God forbid is out. They're able to do it again and you look at like what I guess. We have a pretty good suspicion here that Kenny Neal has has lab at like. What did he go on to do his freedom you know what crimes is he? Do we think he could be <unk> out there doing that. We don't know anything about because no one. No one did anything no-one no-one put him away live. There does outliving their lives. That's that's fine as well l. but the point is there is so much tragedy and devastation when you write mentally convict the wrong person and you see over and over. You're seeing it in in the Joseph Joseph Webster case you're seeing all the different cases where there's we know that that person didn't do it but rather prosecution is intentionally refusing to give any any leeway or face to face the facts and that is just not serving justice in in any way and I hate to bring it up to make this point too but there's a <hes> <hes> in the dark case about this as well like. How many times do you retry someone win when your case keeps getting up between how expensive is that for for the cities that we're talking about in any time and effort where like there's other real crimes going on or things that you need to be addressing and you're taking the taxpayers money money and wasting it on a fifth trial now human cost also I mean when you think about curtis flowers being innocent on death row me being innocent in general population that's hard enough but then being innocent on death row in Pennsylvania not in the call could happen at any point in time you know in Pennsylvania they're they're? They're in solitary confinement. You know that is torture and so we are playing an innocent. I don't think it's right to torture even guilty human being but the torture an innocent human being the the human cost of that on him and his family is just. We can't even quantify that one of the things we've talked a lot about in peace. Case is the fact that you know clearly it took the state you know there was initial armed robbery trial and then the what was now four murder trials with his one murder and we know one of the things we talk a lot about is how how to certain degree like like they would have kept trying keep until they got a conviction but a lot of it was also about just wearing him out right where you don't hoping hoping that his family would reach a point where literally financially they could not make it work anymore. I mean is team has raised money so far to help with pay for prior attorneys right now he's represented by.

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05:01 min | 1 year ago

"kevin jones" Discussed on Undisclosed

"Maybe the conviction was a compromise is guilty on the lowest charge just in case as it turned out just in case was the reason for that charge all along <music> and why do you gentlemen just <hes> was found guilty. One charge acquitted others for <hes> where that is related to being garage. <hes> why these charges now the incident occurred in June and there was a substitute investigation has to the events that I'll I'll say this. There's a reason why there's no statute of limitations for for the crime of murder so <hes> homicide investigations uh-huh <hes> take time they take collaboration with our partners and our partners in this case in included the state's attorney's office in the F._B._i.. So we wanted to make sure that we had sufficient evidence gathered and as we've described we have forensic evidence we have ballistic evidence and when we gathered that that evidence in a way that amounted to <hes> probable cause we move forward with the state's attorney's office and sought charges for first degree murder. Kevin Davis refused to answer this report is question about when the gun was ballistic linked to the murder but that was an important question then and it's an important question now after three murder trials each crazier than the last and more and more distance from from the shooting. I wondered whether people even had an answer or still wondering I asked being hardwoods what he thought what's your sense of terms with the timeline gun linking fish to the murder. I'm wondering how that came across. No I have no idea <hes> <hes> if it was I mean my guess would be that they made the link right when they added those new charge that would be why like okay. Let's let's see he gets often all this other stuff and they started to realize it was a bad case off from this other stuff then like let's just make sure he gets went to the gun and then we haven't Mcginn beans referring to the prohibited firearm possession charges that were filed against Keith in December two thousand fifteen. It's a good guess those charges were clearly important and the timing of them is interesting to his hunch that the police was lying in wait. That's definitely true but for how long the truth is he's many many months off. According to the actual <hes> ballistics list six reports like the testing that compared the gun to the shell casings from the murder stand that was completed on June eleventh two thousand fifteen yeah very strange that they wouldn't especially given their concern concerned with the narrative and the homicide rate. It's odd that they would just say we're not going to go to the states earning. Look we have evidence now that this guy also committed this murder. Let's go with that and then that helps your your robbery the case because that explains why he's all agitated or whatever they wanted to say so like it really doesn't make a lot of sense. If you're playing up and up on Friday July twelfth two thousand nineteen heath began his fourth trial for the murder of Kevin Jones as with any trial this began with pretrial motions which were due to take on entire day and they were interesting right away from the start but all of a sudden he's new attorney. Debra Levy dropped the kind of bomb. I could have only imagined in my wildest nightmares Lee had obtained two thousand seventeen seventeen internal affairs documents for the four Firearms Examiners who analyze the ballistic evidence and keeps case and what she found was insane a culture of bullying that resulted in one firearms examiner picking up another firearms examiner who called him incompetent throwing her eight feet across the room leaving her with bruises up and down her arms I she told I._A._D.. Her supervisors at the crime lab did not follow proper procedure reporting the assault. She ended up leaving the department rather than stay. That was hardly the only thing there were allegations of cheating failing on proficiency exams..

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04:02 min | 1 year ago

"kevin jones" Discussed on Undisclosed

"In a way Davis was right since Keith never robbed a hack but the charges held Keith in jail for nine months Holden since the start didn't identify Keith and at the trial standing Mir inches away away holden pronounce. Don't look like him to me and yet despite what Commissioner Davis was saying about it being an unrelated crime Charles Holden's account of the armed robbery the morning of June in seventy two thousand fifteen has been a cornerstone of the prosecution's murder case but he has never been called back to testify <music>. This is actually a murder case that hinges on ballistics the alleged match between the Hammer trailside twenty two found in the garage where Keith was shot and the fired ammunition from the PIMLICO crime scene the conviction for possession of a firearm as a convicted felon is the only thing that links Keith to the murder of Kevin Jones and one thing is for sure that conviction what even means is confusing as hell the jury acquitted Keith of all the other charges including wearing carrying transporting a firearm the jury did not think the state proved beyond a reasonable doubt that Keith had ever had got a gun on or about his person or an vehicle. Let alone used a gun in the commission of all the other charges so how could they convict him of regular old possession prior felony or not. It's called constructive possession under Maryland law you you can be found guilty of possession Minova firearm and not actually have had the gun in your hand or on your person but the state is supposed to prove if you things here's how judge Berry Williams explained it during the jury instructions at the very first trial the patch rarely joint versi hobby time person aw I indirect physician journey whether vinit indirect object she can do all who serves circuses circuses who the ship issues in Asian thins participating does not all right so the gun on top of the Fridge was in plain view and in close proximity to Keith and a location he could have accessed according to the crime scene photos that were shown to the jury but participating with others is in the mutual use and enjoyment of the gun. This is a strange way of saying that the jury should consider whether there's any evidence of physical possession. The officers said Keith had a gun but it's clear the jury didn't believe their testimony proved approved the rest of the charges and Charles Holden the victim of the attempted armed robbery testified Keith wasn't the guy the fingerprint and palm print are the most obvious evidence of physical possession yet. The jury didn't believe he actually did anything with it following that logic if you could call it that maybe the jury concluded that touching a random gun and unfamiliar location in the midst of chaos met the legal standard for constructive possession. I hope not there's also the element of keys prior felony conviction. Maryland has a boatload of gun laws with distinguishing factors and penalties and those are reflected in the states many criminal gun charges Keith was prohibited from physically constructively possessing any gun for example..

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"kevin jones" Discussed on Undisclosed

Undisclosed

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"kevin jones" Discussed on Undisclosed

"Apply good afternoon during the early morning hours of June the Seventh Twenty fifteen a twenty three year old security guard named Kevin Jones dressed in full uniform walked from his neighborhood neighborhood home to the PIMCO racetrack to report for work at four fifty three am a single gunman approached Kevin Jones with an apparent mode of to Rob Him and shot Kevin Jones several times uh-huh killing you on Sunday June seventh two Thousand Fifteen Kevin Jones was up early scheduled to begin his usual shift the PIMLICO race track at five A._M.. Kevin was twenty two years old and began working for the Maryland Jockey Club as a security guard after graduating high school. It was still dark out when Kevin left his grandmother Orleans House on West Garrison Avenue in park heights but PIMLICO was around the corner and barely a five minute walk in eighteen seventy three three years after the track. I opened PIMLICO debuted. The preakness stakes an annual thoroughbred horse race that is the second jewel of the triple crown. The title is awarded to a three year old thoroughbred horse who wins the Kentucky Derby the preakness and the Belmont stakes in a single year in two thousand fifteen. The Kentucky Derby was held on Saturday June sixth which meant the preakness was less than two weeks away aside from fifteen senior stint at the turn of the century. When the race was held up in Coney Island New York the preakness has always been run at Pimlico in the heart of Park Heights and North West Baltimore the track and especially the preakness attracts spectators from all over the mid-atlantic? At Atlantic region generating big money for the city if.

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"kevin jones" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"kevin jones" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

"So the other rematch Kevin Jones at Elias against Bobby Lashley and John CENA we had the sonic booze on Monday that was quite quite the quite the scene for quite a while. It, but it also involved talking a little bit about John CENA. Remember John CENA when he was like a big deal. And if he did something that was a big deal, I look at this and I'm just like, where was that promo were where Elias and Kevin Owens gone under Bobby skin and Leo. And Bobby said, we got, you know, they said you didn't go find a partner. If you're gonna find a friend and Bobby goes, I got, I got someone, you know, and you have the big announcement of the crowd pops, and then I'll just make a big deal out of it. This felt so passive, like the publicity for the tag match, got ahead of the organic reason for it to happen. I feel they really have diminished John sina compared to what this match could feel like. And I think just having Johnson on a mid mid chord match on a big stadium show. That's getting a lot of hype because of undertaker and triple. H, I think seen as brand is diminished by the way that he's the level of match itself. Owens allies and Bobby, but even more. So how the announcers are kind of treating it like bobby's teaming with like Bob Alexia stimulus like Bobby rude or something. It doesn't feel like a John sina match should feel when I think you hit the nail on the head with the publicity, getting ahead of the build for the match. I think that they wanted to put John CENA on the show and let everybody know what he's doing so that if you're in Australia, you can buy tickets and we'll get to, we'll figure out why. But here's the what right. And usually use you go in the reverse order. You can start the why and get to the what. But this time they were like, here's the what we'll get to the y. like, don't worry about it. They're big stars. You know, I think that Johnson is in a unique place. He's in a little bit of a holding pattern in my opinion like you almost wish that for the sake of John sina he would just become a little bit more difficult to work with like you almost wish you know, when you think about Steve Austin at the height of Steve Austin's career. I mean, he would just say, no, he wouldn't do stuff and he became notorious for that. He was very difficult to work with, but it militarily when really bad ideas were presented to him that I literally motivated by people working from within to diminish him. And so I want to be clear like when when you say difficult to work with he was, but there were some political forces and I really bad ideas going on that he was smart to say no to right. And I'm glad you made that clarification because that's what I meant, but it's it should be said, I'm not sitting here saying that that that Steve was was a bag island in high. I defense more than does like I've been on Steve Jones at Steve stop saying that you. Don't have to apologize for that. You handle that. Ninety percent well, you know what? It'd be like it was totally just totally justified. So Steve became a very strong advocate for Steve and at some point in a superstars career, when you get to a certain level, you have to be that advocate for yourself like you have to. If you wanna maintain your value, you have to maintain that. I think John sina is different in the sense that John's Tina is really banking on Hollywood and the idea that he can come in and do the favors for WWE and make a paycheck and and do this for them. I think he's got an extreme loyalty to WWE which is to be admired. And you know, I think he doesn't mind being like, okay, I'll take a few days off. Fly to Australia, make a whole bunch of money for this match and fly back. I'm fine doing that. You want to do a show in China. We could do a show in China mega whole bunch of money do the one match and then go back to filming my movies because I know that if I become a big..

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"kevin jones" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"kevin jones" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"On the. Show today the spirit of inquiry by the question is often more important. Than the answer and what happens when one question leads to another that's how every medical interview that. I have with a. Patient begins questions if they have questions I have for them trying to, put the pieces together, and understand what's happening this is Kevin. Jones he's a surgeon who specializes. In a rare group of cancers called sarcomas and he says doctors no matter how many questions they ask definitely, don't have, all, the answers I think there's been a fairly paternalistic. View of medicine where we just kind of we take care of patients you know we we manage all this uncertainty and, things for them and I just. I react unhappily that 'cause because I. Think that there is an element of of. Certainly not melon tended but there's an element of dishonor Honesty when we presume to know more than we know somebody in your position is is sought out, answers rightly, patients, come to you and they say Dr Jones am. I going to die and you don't. Always have the answers absolutely no I mean we we especially when it comes down, to predictions just like the weatherman We're terrible and making predictions and yet we have to Here's Kevin Jones on the Ted stage medicine is science medicine is knowledge. In process sometimes in the media and even more rarely but sometimes even scientists, will say that something or other has been scientifically proven but I hope. That you understand that science, never proves anything definitively forever now I am a surgeon and I would tell you that every one of my patients is an outlier, is an exception people talk about thinking, outside. The box but we didn't, have a box in sir What we do have as we take a bath. In the uncertainty and unknowns in exceptions and outliers that surround us in sarcoma is easy access. To what I think are those two most important values. For any science humility and curiosity because if I am humble and curious. When a patient asked me a question and I don't know the answer I'll, ask a colleague who may have a similar albeit distinct patient with sarcoma. We'll even established international collaborations, those patients will start to talk to each other through chat rooms and support groups it's through this kind of humbly curious communication that, we begin to try and learn new things Hopefully science remains curious enough to look for and humble enough to recognize when. We have found the next outlier the next exception which teaches us what we don't actually know A, colleague of mine removed a tumor from a patient's. Limb he was concerned about this. Tumor but his conversations. With the, patient or exactly what a. Patient might want you said I. Got it all and you're good to go she and her husband. Were thrilled they went out celebrated fancy dinner opened a bottle of champagne only problem was few weeks, later, she started to notice another knowledgeable in? The same, area turned, out? He hadn't gotten it all and she wasn't good to go by. Colleague came to me and. Said Kevin, would, you mind looking after this patient for me I said why you know the right thing to do as. Well as I do you haven't done anything wrong he said Please just look. After this patient for me he. Was in barest not. That what, he had done by the. Conversation that he had had by. The overconfidence so I performed a much more invasive surgery and had. A very different conversation with, the patient afterwards I said most likely have gotten at all and your, most, likely good to go but this is? The experiment, that we're, doing? We're going to work together to find out.

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"kevin jones" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

TED Radio Hour

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"kevin jones" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

"I'm the show today. The spirit of inquiry by the question is often more important than the answer. And what happens when one question leads to another. That's how every medical interview that I have with a patient begins questions that they have questions I have for them trying to put the pieces together and understand what's happening. This is Kevin Jones. He's a surgeon who specializes in a rare group of cancers called sarcomas, and he says doctors, no matter how many questions they ask. Definitely don't have all the answers. I think there's been a fairly paternalistic view of medicine where we kind of we take care of patients, you know, we, we manage all this uncertainty and things for them. And I just I react unhappily that. 'cause because I think that there is an element of of certainly not Melanson tend, but there's an element of. Honesty when we presume to know more than we know somebody in your position is is sought out to give answers right. Like patients come to you and they say, Dr Jones, am I gonna die and you don't always have the answers have -solutely. No, we, especially when it comes down to predictions just like the weatherman. Terrible making predictions. And yet we have to. Here's Kevin Jones on the Ted stage medicine is science. Medicine is knowledge in process sometimes in the media and even more rarely. But sometimes even scientists will say that something other has been scientifically proven, but I hope that you understand that science never proves anything definitively forever. Now I am a surgeon, and I would tell you that every one of my patients isn't outlier is an exception people talk about thinking outside the box, but we don't have a box in sarcoma what we do have as we take a bath in the uncertainty and unknowns exceptions, outliers that surround sarcoma is easy access to what I think are those two most important values for any science, humility and curiosity, because if I am humble and curious when a patient asked me a question and I don't know the an. Answer. I'll ask a colleague who may have a similar albeit distinct patient with sarcoma. We'll even establish international collaborations. Those patients will start to talk to each other through chat rooms and support groups. It's through this kind of humbly curious communication that we begin to try and learn new things. Hopefully, science remains curious enough to look for and humble enough to recognize when we have found the next outlier. The next exception which teaches us what we don't actually know. A colleague of mine removed a tumor from a patient's limb. He was concerned about this tumor, but his conversations with the patient or exactly what patient might want. He said, I got it all and you're good to go. She and her husband were thrilled. They went out celebrated, fancy dinner, opened a bottle of champagne. The only problem was a few weeks later. She started a notice another Najran. Same area turned out. He hadn't gotten it all and she wasn't good to go. My colleague came to me and said, Kevin, would you mind looking after this patient? For me, I said, why? You know the right thing to do as well as I do. You haven't done anything wrong. He said. Please just look after this patient for me. He was in barest, not by what he had done, but by the conversation that he had had by the overconfidence. So I performed a much more invasive surgery and had a very different conversation with the patient afterwards. I said most likely have gotten it all in your most likely good to go. But this is the experiment that we're doing. We're going to work together to find out if this surgery will work to get rid of your cancer. So basically you just told her like she would always need to be a little uncertain? Yeah, we never know completely..

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"kevin jones" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"kevin jones" Discussed on WCHS

"Of the world and kevin jones's the world they won't be that far behind in terms of when they're going to be eligible to go in and obviously i would imagine they're similar in terms of first or second ballot type of people like i said make bolger the men the women's basketball program in his has so many great players as of late as well that they're going to be plenty of those and then all the other sports i said every year you better have somebody ready for rifle because there's there's so many candidates here's an interesting question of the seniors who just graduated i mean i've got one in mind there's a no brainer is there anybody in the seniors have just graduated that go into the hall of fame the minute they're eligible men's basketball wise obvious giovane carter here i mean is one of the all time greats i mean i i again i can't speak to anybody else but i i'd be stunned football wise you know even as good as kaiser white was not positive cassette we haven't had a lot of first ballot people so it's always tough to say you know how how the community reaction and again it's who else you're all automatically pitted against because you can't just take twenty said eleven i don't even know full have been able to eleven again this may be an all time high that isn't exceeded in the future but in let's he von is is the one play one athlete this year in indiana probably speaking without looking through a whole list not just football but but all the others that i would be pretty confidence a first ballot person will greer what does he have to do this coming year or has he done noth state goodyear yeah i mean if you were only a one year player there is criteria that we keep him out to your player.

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"kevin jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"kevin jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Dot com what's the queen's kevin jones's kevin you're on the fan hey john how's it going what's going on man what's happening big big yankee fan listen you know you don't wanna you don't wanna fix things if it's not broken but as far as their rotation goes they can't have they can't have the vermont starting games they need to find a pitcher and they need to trade for somebody at some point they'll kevin you're not gonna make a trade on may thirteenth yeah but i mean i heard you say before the trade trade all these guys you mentioned clinton freezer and do hard you said towards untouchable which i agree with but teaming up these guys esteban florio's for bumgarner for bumgarner that's that's absurd i think listen first things first let's see if madison bumgarner is going to be on the market right we don't know if the san francisco giants are going to make him available so that's the first thing you have to take into account number two i think in order to get bumgarner you may have to give up those guys and then some i mean we are talking about kevin i don't know how old you are i can tell you guys going to be thirty on tuesday bumgarner is the best postseason pitcher i've ever seen in my lifetime and i'd say something because i've seen curt schilling i've seen pedro martinez andy pettitte was great in the big spot duquet was great in the big spot i've seen bumgarner now in three or four world series and the guy was just flat out on unhittable so if you're going gonna get him in the prime years of his career you're going to have to give me the moon and the stars if if you're the.

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"kevin jones" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"kevin jones" Discussed on WRVA

"Pilots breaks rigor celebrating a state j but you ever have to winning forty two twenty seven let's give you those final statistic well it's finished the scoring run down here all right let's do that okay so we talking about there's two touchdowns are made it thirteen nothing where kevin jones made plays to get that job done then in the second quarter it became defense special teams in the running game that took centre stage so what happened was there was a pot billy kemp returned to 34 your thirty one yards to the six it took rake what it took big grey shot taylor just one play to go six yards on a run to make it twenty two nothing then tuskharoi had the pine the springer started at the twenty yard line after a 10yard pond remember that punt which straight up in the air came down twenty yard play and that at the time it was raked wants with the nineteen yard ron and that made it twenty seven two to nothing then after a tel score of four mole inside the ten spranger started on the ten and went four place 10yard shireen mckeever gotta touchdown run and it was thirty three nothing with a minute fifty wanted to go in the second quarter but then just before halftime justin allah to adam thorn 60yard touchdown they nearly got another touchdown billy kemp got an interception inside the 10yard line that was able to get the ball to the half 33 six allen to owen carry made it 35 33 thirteen then on the springer's first play after that an interception return for a touchdown by alex lee made it 3320 and at that point the most important driver of the game took place the springer's after that pick six got the ball with six thirty four to go in the third quarter and only needed five plays all running place to go the distance drake wants with with the forty seven yards touchdown run that made it forty two twenty and from that point on tuskharoi turned it over on down talents brings at o'clock killing drive the died inside the.

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"kevin jones" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"kevin jones" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"And there's guy hendricks in in two thousand nine deborah peres did on a busy san francisco streetcorner proclaiming her belief a little press conference at her father guy ward hendrid seeing hendricks and was the notorious zodiac killer who played the san francisco bay area with several murders but investigation determined that glasses the glasses knob longest stein it's kevin jones a term that an inspector in the san francisco police department's how homicide bureau he said they're not paul signs classes and added that he still working to other leads that peres provided him with during lengthy interviews earlier in the year these end up going lead ended up going nowhere by the way debra guy henderson hendricks and stepdaughter claimed guy took seven year old debbie along on some of his murderers and yeah and in this country is ruled out the shed some people do for attention and so weird i don't know anything about debra other than what i've just told you but i imagine the kind of that she's a kind of person just so board for life that should somehow things will be funded exciting to accuser on stepfather of being a serial killer and then claimed to be present during the murders jens make it all up meant to get a fucking hobby lady learn to play qatar killer freetime apparently going to cruise takes some zimba class or something you maniac this is david joseph carpenter aka the trail side killer david was born and raised in san francisco look somewhat like to sketch artist description of the saudi act he was the right age to fit the description he was sentenced to seven years in prison 1960 for attempted murder the least two years before this odi killings in the bay area and then i tell ya was found guilty of killing one man and six california women found guilty of raping several others he's he believed to have killed several more victims and he again was in the bay area during the time of the soviet murders i was also known to stock his victims in california state parks and he's currently so live in the san quentin prison but his motors up around i did not match zodiac killings and investigators looked into connection and in ruled him out.

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"kevin jones" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"kevin jones" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"To get out of about you freeze no i would ask them after watching last night's arizona game which will get into arizona dallas football is back and if you think you can bet football think again i don't know if you saw with the odds were last night but we'll get into led to the the kickoff classic of the pre season next but i would've loved to have asked me about robert kim deejay who absolutely abused gel looney last night in that game in the whole all of fame game guys the blame gabar train levin fourteen 185 yesterday chris collingsworth takeshima allah he's got an arm he's got to tell you a good i watch i wisely first drive he did like i watch the first driver the game that was it though at one point he threw it at the fleet feet andrea arlington and ellington was just like a man get it up get up you can see and you could see there are some harsh words they're spoken all right we'll take a break we got more niners straight ahead tim couch coming in in about fifteen minutes the editor in chief of the brand new athletic we'll talk to him about his new venture and a bunch of things on bay area sports as we move it around a little bit later on brian hoyer carlos hide pierre guard sawn and kevin jones is going to give us the down from the practice field at twelve thirty five on these sports leader carrie ann larry on knbr 60 these sports leader run walk john however you have to cross the finish line do it the oral be glide floss bridge to.

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"kevin jones" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"kevin jones" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Could be kind of good the corridors are kind of figured out i will say they loved him hightower jim i tell her hit the edge louis heart in his own scheme he gave better receiver than code tide and i mean he thirty one but you still quit he could still talking to kevin jones from came here dot com at mr underscore kevin jones on the twitter machine you said something important i want to address kyle shanahan in the new regime they don't care about the name on the back of the jersey there is a level of accountability that's been missing here the last couple of years and these guys the does have ties to to the former the players that we're here under previous head coaches so there's this this new level of accountability in in competition that's been lacking and that that definitely brings out the best in players have you seen that so far in came from you been down there because all indications that i've heard is the bars up down in santa clara i think so air religious good camp eur herald has been out there didn't hand on bosnian around and you see because on jackie gogo tight on coal hiccup he getting kurski rutland and bench donald sometimes it's worked with a 13th so this is real here they're not fooling around they're not just say at obt letters are going to make a lot of competition here's going to beat them people co people are going to be like wow they cut him shanahan and glitch want aguilar if there is a close competition between someone like alien electric donald they will be willing to eat a little bit of money or thaimc or trade with another team they want to go younger pressure guided having keane who possibly have more potential but that doesn't mean although you guys are you so i would think aaron lunch you're going gonna make eu will click he could be a nice rotational bachelor kevin what have you seen from rueben foster so far he is got the balance in a step heat leaning forward at the linebacker position he came to play and sometimes it's pay too much he has gone he looked in calcutta hamilton the desperately actually your seen you'll light on that and that's the relief though the curcumin the reader stuck hulu cordaid that kind of wilder him he didn't have.

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