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Boris Johnson says Britain needs its own Green New Deal

FT Politics

08:07 min | 4 d ago

Boris Johnson says Britain needs its own Green New Deal

"Boris johnson has always been keen to burn it his green credentials and put tackling climate. Change at the front of his government's. Agenda is done so again this week setting out a long-awaited plan to make the uk a world leader in green technology as with most government announcements. However that will plenty of spending commitments already made being re announced but the most auden criticism came from the tories who said it goes against. The party's new electoral base and could cost them votes but business secretary. Alex chama rejected this notion. This is about leveling up across our country. We're talking about twelve billion pounds and he has around. Four billion pounds of this is new money. Other money is money that's been pledged previously on deed lost budget in in in march Book very importantly This billion pounds will help to bring in three times as much in terms of private sector money and supporting create two hundred and fifty thousand jobs but the have been some critics of this plan arguing that it really doesn't go far enough. The shuttle business sexually. Ed milliband made this point. There is an urgency. That isn't enough ambition. That isn't a real plan. He's got to do better in all of our interests that he does better. We will keep pushing the government on ambition on jobs on appropriate plan to rise to the scale of the climate emergency. We face chimp. Let's begin with this. Ten point plan of boys. Johnson set out in article in the financial times. In fact what did you make of it and how much of it was new money and new policy okay so this was a very long awaited announcement. They were meant to originally Back in the summer and it slipped because of pressures on number ten prime minister announced twelve billion pounds states investment program when you went through the numbers at ten about three billion pounds this new at included five hundred million hydrogen one billion pounds insulation three hundred million pounds for nuclear industry. I think what was interesting even if the money was pretty small. Change when you compare it said of the countries like franz chemmy refute these comparisons jeremy kuban late manifesto prince lansing which lici tuten sums of hundreds of billions of pounds of buried money. Guns was agreement. Deo i think it's still a political moment because as always this tension between people saying let's go green other Saying it will damage economy People in cost known areas concerned type. Slutty jim republic who worry about paying extra tax also green initiatives ambrose johnson especially saying worry we can. Tiny's these things together. We make sure. Green economic growth happens in some of the left behind redwood areas and talking about place humble months for over northeast. police o'clock. It's wonderful to have you on the podcast. What were your thoughts. When you saw this announcement here because johnson has talked a lot about green policy arisons locked summer but it fuses if that rhetoric has increase as jim said that is new money on some new policies to go with it to there is a but by i know about this was a. It's brilliant. Hear a british conservative prime minister coming up with a plan like this. Because although we've had david cameron promising the government ever and then we had theresa may actually legislating for a net zero twenty fifty which was very pioneering for a country the size of britain at the time. The thing is. We really haven't seen a prime minister set out in a speech or in a plan like this thing as visionary really and it is a great vision. Unfortunately it's really not matched by detailed plans and considering that a large chunk of it is dependent on trying to mobilize private investor capital. I'm just concerned that it's really not going to make. Investors are not going to invest unless they see the detailed policy until they know what the shape of any sort of regulatory framework has got to look like really not going to get people plowing in at the rate needed to fulfill this and when it comes to actually meeting that net zero goal twenty fifty. It's really not on track to do that. Unfortunately the classic example about chocolate changing which is provided uncertainty from best is if you look at one of the atoms. Boris johnson announcement which was carbon capture storage. Which is basically succour Boats on you bury it. The browns the tools boom cameron government promised been impounds towards that twenty fifteen a group of plug on that money or johnston's done this year's he promised eight hundred pounds in the spring budget yet. Another challenge main pounds this week. Hey presto Where we were five years ago with basically almost leg progress on cca. Yeah that's exactly. It had this sort of crisis. Feel about it really. Is you know god. We've got to do something on climate. Okay what do we do on electric cars. Oh i know will bring the target ford. That's actually relatively easy to do. It's important but unless it's matched by holocene setting out how people are going to be able to buy more electric cars and how the rollout of the charging infrastructure is going to work. You know it's really difficult to see how it works. I expected a guest to say something a little more meditative parts of this plan on you when it comes to the targets for making sure that new homes not built with natural gas boilers in them. For example you know that's really quite important. And of course at target itself has been brought forward slightly from twenty five to twenty twenty three at same these support for hydrogen also important but again. You look at what germany's doing in its recovery plan. It's got around. Forty forty billion set aside for electric cars renewable energy and so forth and france around thirty billion euros set aside nine billion of that is for hydrogen renewables alone so compared to that. The u k plan does look a little small were jim. This is one thing critics of picked up on the plan. Even who is labour's shadow. Business secretary has said it doesn't remotely meet the scale of what is needed. I think greenpeace charity have said similar things to all those criticisms fad. You because when it comes to government spending you can always make the case you should be spending more doing more radical things and as please note. This is a conservative government. This is not natural territory. Full them yet. But i think the first point to make our show on the business sexually set on the radio. This is a down payment but that will be more. Fiscal events is quite possible than the spending review. The we see next week that could be more money for example nuclear. They could say they're gonna stop negotiation sizewell c Pass station which would of course involve more money. And i think as well now. He's talking about how these provides whole sums compared to labor government beginning right now the thing to remember Tackle climate change isn't just about state. Money is also about regulation so of course the bundle twenty fifty borrowing in new pets from these laws as an example of wet government does not have to spend the money it can regulate and things happen and so many of these decisions of stems from theresa. May's decision donning moments of her administration commit twenty-fifty net zero target. Only kind of off the thought. She the mohanchris coop suasion joyfulness. She bandied about it even now known. Would think theresa may is great green ahead and yet she took this decision from which all sorts of future decisions have the stem. But i think to remember names of bishops is very seats. Promotional world where Christie is coming from fossil fuels. Were kind of on talking for. I think you have to remember that. The british energy system like any other system But also transport system unfairly household energy or freeways needs to be decarbonised. And i remember whether we're on track to do that. Speed that needs to

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Boris Johnson says Britain needs its own Green New Deal

FT Politics

08:07 min | 4 d ago

Boris Johnson says Britain needs its own Green New Deal

"Boris johnson has always been keen to burn it his green credentials and put tackling climate. Change at the front of his government's. Agenda is done so again this week setting out a long-awaited plan to make the uk a world leader in green technology as with most government announcements. However that will plenty of spending commitments already made being re announced but the most auden criticism came from the tories who said it goes against. The party's new electoral base and could cost them votes but business secretary. Alex chama rejected this notion. This is about leveling up across our country. We're talking about twelve billion pounds and he has around. Four billion pounds of this is new money. Other money is money that's been pledged previously on deed lost budget in in in march Book very importantly This billion pounds will help to bring in three times as much in terms of private sector money and supporting create two hundred and fifty thousand jobs but the have been some critics of this plan arguing that it really doesn't go far enough. The shuttle business sexually. Ed milliband made this point. There is an urgency. That isn't enough ambition. That isn't a real plan. He's got to do better in all of our interests that he does better. We will keep pushing the government on ambition on jobs on appropriate plan to rise to the scale of the climate emergency. We face chimp. Let's begin with this. Ten point plan of boys. Johnson set out in article in the financial times. In fact what did you make of it and how much of it was new money and new policy okay so this was a very long awaited announcement. They were meant to originally Back in the summer and it slipped because of pressures on number ten prime minister announced twelve billion pounds states investment program when you went through the numbers at ten about three billion pounds this new at included five hundred million hydrogen one billion pounds insulation three hundred million pounds for nuclear industry. I think what was interesting even if the money was pretty small. Change when you compare it said of the countries like franz chemmy refute these comparisons jeremy kuban late manifesto prince lansing which lici tuten sums of hundreds of billions of pounds of buried money. Guns was agreement. Deo i think it's still a political moment because as always this tension between people saying let's go green other Saying it will damage economy People in cost known areas concerned type. Slutty jim republic who worry about paying extra tax also green initiatives ambrose johnson especially saying worry we can. Tiny's these things together. We make sure. Green economic growth happens in some of the left behind redwood areas and talking about place humble months for over northeast. police o'clock. It's wonderful to have you on the podcast. What were your thoughts. When you saw this announcement here because johnson has talked a lot about green policy arisons locked summer but it fuses if that rhetoric has increase as jim said that is new money on some new policies to go with it to there is a but by i know about this was a. It's brilliant. Hear a british conservative prime minister coming up with a plan like this. Because although we've had david cameron promising the government ever and then we had theresa may actually legislating for a net zero twenty fifty which was very pioneering for a country the size of britain at the time. The thing is. We really haven't seen a prime minister set out in a speech or in a plan like this thing as visionary really and it is a great vision. Unfortunately it's really not matched by detailed plans and considering that a large chunk of it is dependent on trying to mobilize private investor capital. I'm just concerned that it's really not going to make. Investors are not going to invest unless they see the detailed policy until they know what the shape of any sort of regulatory framework has got to look like really not going to get people plowing in at the rate needed to fulfill this and when it comes to actually meeting that net zero goal twenty fifty. It's really not on track to do that. Unfortunately the classic example about chocolate changing which is provided uncertainty from best is if you look at one of the atoms. Boris johnson announcement which was carbon capture storage. Which is basically succour Boats on you bury it. The browns the tools boom cameron government promised been impounds towards that twenty fifteen a group of plug on that money or johnston's done this year's he promised eight hundred pounds in the spring budget yet. Another challenge main pounds this week. Hey presto Where we were five years ago with basically almost leg progress on cca. Yeah that's exactly. It had this sort of crisis. Feel about it really. Is you know god. We've got to do something on climate. Okay what do we do on electric cars. Oh i know will bring the target ford. That's actually relatively easy to do. It's important but unless it's matched by holocene setting out how people are going to be able to buy more electric cars and how the rollout of the charging infrastructure is going to work. You know it's really difficult to see how it works. I expected a guest to say something a little more meditative parts of this plan on you when it comes to the targets for making sure that new homes not built with natural gas boilers in them. For example you know that's really quite important. And of course at target itself has been brought forward slightly from twenty five to twenty twenty three at same these support for hydrogen also important but again. You look at what germany's doing in its recovery plan. It's got around. Forty forty billion set aside for electric cars renewable energy and so forth and france around thirty billion euros set aside nine billion of that is for hydrogen renewables alone so compared to that. The u k plan does look a little small were jim. This is one thing critics of picked up on the plan. Even who is labour's shadow. Business secretary has said it doesn't remotely meet the scale of what is needed. I think greenpeace charity have said similar things to all those criticisms fad. You because when it comes to government spending you can always make the case you should be spending more doing more radical things and as please note. This is a conservative government. This is not natural territory. Full them yet. But i think the first point to make our show on the business sexually set on the radio. This is a down payment but that will be more. Fiscal events is quite possible than the spending review. The we see next week that could be more money for example nuclear. They could say they're gonna stop negotiation sizewell c Pass station which would of course involve more money. And i think as well now. He's talking about how these provides whole sums compared to labor government beginning right now the thing to remember Tackle climate change isn't just about state. Money is also about regulation so of course the bundle twenty fifty borrowing in new pets from these laws as an example of wet government does not have to spend the money it can regulate and things happen and so many of these decisions of stems from theresa. May's decision donning moments of her administration commit twenty-fifty net zero target. Only kind of off the thought. She the mohanchris coop suasion joyfulness. She bandied about it even now known. Would think theresa may is great green ahead and yet she took this decision from which all sorts of future decisions have the stem. But i think to remember names of bishops is very seats. Promotional world where Christie is coming from fossil fuels. Were kind of on talking for. I think you have to remember that. The british energy system like any other system But also transport system unfairly household energy or freeways needs to be decarbonised. And i remember whether we're on track to do that. Speed that needs to

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Coronavirus cases surge in Chicago, Illinois

Reset with Jenn White

04:55 min | Last month

Coronavirus cases surge in Chicago, Illinois

"What does the second surge of covid nineteen cases mean for Illinois and what's the best way to respond to a resurgence of cases across the state joining us now Dr Emily Land She's an infectious disease specialist at the University of Chicago Dr Land and welcome back to reset. Hey, how are you? I'm good. So city state and health officials warning were moving in the wrong direction. They're calling it a second surge were in at what does that mean? Well, it looks like the numbers are going up not just here, but across the country, but they really are going up in Chicago. You know even through the summer surge where we saw a lot of problems down the southern States Illinois remained relatively pretty stable but we're not seeing that this time we're seeing big increases every single week in many different regions, which suggests that there's definitely a problem. Yeah I was GONNA say have to do with the changing weather the fall the fact that we're going indoors no longer. In the summer, we know that as the air gets cooler, it can't hold it much moisture, and so the humidity comes down and we know now that Kuban can spread a lot more easily. So those droplets that travel about sixty and the Arizona that can go even further it can travel a little further. They can last a little longer as the air gets drier, and then when we come inside, there's not as much air for those particles to be diluted because your room is any remaining is the substantially smaller than the. Great outdoors. So you definitely have those particles sort of building up as well, and he's a big reasons why we're expecting to see spread in a sort of be worse in the winter time but we're also seeing a lot of cases in our neighboring states and people cross over those borders they come here for commerce they come to work you coming for a vacation or we do the same and we're bringing cases back and forth yesterday the press conference with the Public Health Director Dr Anthony to the takeaway line, which is. Great. Headline Stop Inviting people to Your House. Really. Was it saying that that really they've pinpointed to say that which which we've gotten very comfortable with as Chicago in saying you know what if we're socially distance from the backyard maybe they can come in a little but that really is what's causing this community spread inviting people over to your house. Well, I think that is a big issue I. Think People feel safe in their homes and they think that they can control the situation a little bit better. So you feel like you know it works out people come over for July fourth in the backyard. So maybe we can have them over. You know for socially distant game night now, and the reality is that things are just really different than they were on July fourth first of all everybody who walks into your. House is much more likely to have covered than they were a few weeks ago and that same thing. It's probably going to be even more true in a couple of weeks, and then you just don't have the same scenario warm moist air mostly outside keeping distance you getting a little bit. You know it's much easier to stay six feet apart when you're outside than it is when you're sitting in your living room I it's got to be part of the problem here. We've got some holidays coming up with Halloween, and of course, thanksgiving and and then you get into Christmas and Hanukkah and the other holidays. It seems that this is going to have an impact on how we are approaching those holidays because what we knew last week is different than what we know this week. Yeah. I would say the most important advice I'm giving about the holidays is to make sure everything stays tentative. You just can't make a final decision about what's the right thing to do until much much closer to the event things are changing. So quickly right now that we just can't you can't decide that it's going to or not going to be safe based on where you go is the message to residents. To go back to our thinking back in March and April is that the way we have to look at this I mean I remember having a different set of washing down groceries I was I wouldn't go anywhere near anybody who didn't have a mask or even on the sidewalk I was walking out into the street that was my march April routine that has changed. Do I need to go back to that October? No. And we've learned a lot since then and we know that groceries are safe. Amazon. Packages or safe. We know that most of the things that you touch don't need, you should wash your hands and you should keep shared services clean especially at workplaces but these things are not as much of a risk as we thought we also know now that if everybody's wearing math that really reduces the transmission risk considerably. Inside. So I think what we WANNA do is really just need to be really strict about those ws and I would add a couple more things that. Wash. Your hands wear a mask watcher distance, and then I'm adding a forest W, which is open the windows. You WanNa to get more ventilation even if that means crank up the heat and opening the windows at least a few times a day that's a really good idea and then I really do think these small gatherings inside of home we are seeing lots and lots of cases at University of Chicago where people have been reporting these kinds of gatherings resulting in a significant transmission,

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Christian Thibaudeau on Adrenaline, Muscle Tone and Optimizing Training Splits

Just Fly Performance Podcast

05:33 min | 5 months ago

Christian Thibaudeau on Adrenaline, Muscle Tone and Optimizing Training Splits

"And. Kristin. It's awesome to have you back. I know last time we were talking a lot about child. Development and Development Ages Zero to two and I know. Your child is getting older How is your child growing impacted your thoughts and ideas? With with child development, and and how they're coming along. While it just confirms what I was saying at first. Any type of blue light or screen time is the number one enemy to children development, and what I mentioned. Is that what people don't understand? Is that these stimulus like your tablet, your cellphone smartphone? BIG-SCREEN TV all those types of devices emit blue light, which is one of the strongest dopamine receptors stimulator. It's so strong in fact that even in adult it can desensitize those receptors very easily. That's why it's addictive. Because when you stop doing it, you feel like crap. You feel depressed because you don't have the dopamine stimulation, the pleasure neurotransmitter that is strong enough to compensate for that going on, and how the Prom is that a child's brain. Is Not fully developed and much more fragile, and a stimulus is just way too strong for their brain to handle. You can actually permanently. Damage, the dopamine receptor, sensitivity and adult. If he becomes desensitized, you can do it what what's called a dopamine fast like you stop basically any type of dopaminergic like a YouGov, are kind of all phones and. Stuff like that. You Stop Smoking. You don't take drugs at similar dopamine and within ten days you can. Basically you regain your sensitivity charts. It's the damage. You're going to have a child with low motivation. IS PRONE TO DEPRESSION ONTO ZION? It's something you want. Also. There's a very strong connection between the efficiency of the dopamine system and learning especially motor learning the reason is that children learn by reward system? So for example your your child is on the floor on. His belly doesn't crawl yet. E C a few on the Florida. You wants to reach, and you will find a way to reach it, and when you reach at the dopaminergic response gives him a big pleasure. Response will motivate him to try again to learn new stuff so learning especially motor learning is driven by the motivation to get that dopaminergic a response, so if you desensitize dopaminergic receptors, motor, learning and learning period will impair like Jaden. When he was like He. He's like twenty one months old now or something like that When he was eighteen, he already knew all of his alphabet, so he knew all the letters. And you could actually spell his name at eighteen months. So that's a pretty good. E- knew something like. One hundred twenty five words and normally at eighteen. When we went to the doctor, they said nobody a child should learn at least three words by the time these months old. The actually wanted one. We went to the doctor for eighteen month checkup. The wanted to do a TV show with us because the is level of a of development adjusts like crazy, but that's when the code Kuban crisis happened, so we didn't do it. Again. I'm not saying that I'm smarter or is exceptional. It's just that the the lower dopaminergic over-stimulation and the fact that both my wife and I are mostly at home, so we can actually plan. Learning experiences sped up development now that led to some issue that we might need to resolve. Is that by over stimulating? We basically became the only source of his development and is. Slightly lacking in social conflict like when he's around, other people will just basically freeze, and it will take him up two or three minutes of. Is the situation to be somewhat comfortable then again. I'm like that so that might be genetic might not be my teaching thing that's. Always, learning frankly do better things, but I think the biggest thing is still. Diminish like balloon exposure as much as possible Apparent is a coach. That's the another child best friend you not is. Is Boss. You're a coach. You should approach like a coach. You should lamb experiences so that the child can learn and try different things, so that's the main thing, and then of course what I'm doing different now is that we are at an age where he needs to become more more autonomous more doing things. Bhai himself so now we find that the EU really loves tractors, so we can actually play with his tractors in San for eight hours straight, so that allows me to do a lot more job, but more work, but that's the next step at first as a coach you you give him as many different experiences to develop his motor skills is absurd skills. Is Memories stuff like that is coordination and more and more advances in needs to be able to do is on staff. Set the activities you wants to do and create is on game, so that's pretty much

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Multicloud MySQL with Jiten Vaidya and Anthony Yeh

Software Engineering Daily

13:45 min | 7 months ago

Multicloud MySQL with Jiten Vaidya and Anthony Yeh

"More about the networking challenges for implementing a multi cloud database. So we used eight engy. Cpa's support VPN Address and BJP outing so appealing. Aws engineer was fairly straightforward but Uzun and support the BJP protocol. So we couldn't use the being raised so as we had to manually set up. The routes cleared firewall rules and forward the traffic from Manu Be Glaspie in so it was basically Im- by an metrics of like we had three brothers and four regions in each cloud provider. All with each other. Can you explain what? Vp appearing as BBC painting is basically it just? It's done that allows lousy route traffic from one in one cloud provider another club. Reuter BBC meaning virtual private cloud so the communication between two clouds between getting to to VPS's to talk to one another. Explain a little more detail why that was difficult. It's easier to route packets within the network boundary of a cloud provider. But now you're sending packets across loud providers and that's why you need. Vpn Gateways and be bit outing. I see and did you have to write your own. Vpn Gateway to route the traffic from one cloud provider to another Juicy support the Ajay. Bbn Get race but Azoulay doesn't so we needed to setup the routes manually grier Rules and forward the traffic from Amanullah Parisian. Ib to the classic VPN. How else do the different cloud? Providers differ from one another significantly. Their Communities Implementations Defer the maturity of the Coordinated Implementations Bicarbonate Implementations. I mean they're hosted community services have different maturity. Some of them work as advertised and some of them. We have to put in scaffolding to make sure that we are working on there. Flaking seizure like the Kuban eighties is a service platforms on the different cloud providers. Yeah by blood is the best I think is pretty good too it. We had problems with. How does the failure domain of Vitesse Change when it goes multi cloud so one of the previous episodes? We talked about how the tasks running on Cooper netties in a single data center can recover from failures handle failures. But I'm sure. The failure domain becomes much more complex when you have multi cloud scenarios. Talk me through. Some of the failure cases that you've solved for right with us. Conceptually affiliated domain is a cell and we mapped the cell to coordinate is cluster in a region in glower in we have sixteen different cells and each cell corresponds to urbanize cluster in a region in the cloud. So we have cloudy different cells. Four regions Antigua Bells outs so conceptually. Cell is the federal domain invictus. And the same is true in this declawed. Derision world even the cloud providers tend to think of vision as failure domain. It's a set of computing resources. I mean Ability zones which is yet another failure domain. Which is slightly more granular. That's how we deploy when we are deployed Vidana single region but when you have deployed across legions been deployed across cloud riders. We tend to think of a region in a given cloud as a unit of domain Anthony. You want to add anything. I would add that. Even in the cross cloud or multi region case we do still define each availability zone within a region as its own failure domain. So for example if you tell us to launch end replicas in region cloud one. We're going to do our best to spread out across the availability zones within that region. Maybe talk through the resolution of a failure that could occur. Let's say like I'm doing a right to the database instance on the cloud that's accepting rights and so I do a right and somewhere in this right. The entire cloud provider fails. What's the process of recovering from that failure? That cloud provider has received the right. How do the other clients or how did the other databases on the clouds identified? That failure has occurred. There are different types of failure scenarios that we recognize one is kind failure and one is bland failure. What plan failure is that? You know that this region is going to go away at one point in time for maintenance for whatever reasons that's harrys hundred British in a straightforward fashion where failure your bastard out of that region in either another region in the same cloud provider. Auden do originally different. The second which is more problematic is if it's a catastrophic failure with very little warning a whole region goes away. Your master wasn't a governor discussed which was in that region. So let's see what will happen rate. I is not the right itself will fail. The second thing that will happen is that we have a global at city cluster with members in different regions and if there was a member region when I say city parking lot at apologies so the member in that region will go away the second thing that might happen but because are multiple members which cleared that Corum. Today will still continue to respond and our operator detects that the master has gone. Antony will be able to explain it better than I do. I guess picking up. Richardson left off. You know he made sure to talk about the fact that we still have the ability to read and write to this at CD topology server and that's important for ensuring that vitesse can do this automatic fail over in a safe way while taking account for the fact that one region might be unresponsive. So there's a couple of different train offs you can make as a user you can choose different trade offs so one for example is you could say. I WANNA do. I let me think across clouds across regions. And if you do that then you can know that before you were told. Any transaction was committed it has been replicated to a different region. So if you sign up for that setting it means that you won't lose any transactions that reported to clients has committed the downside of that the reason it's a trade off because that means every right you have to wait for the year round trip to Go to a different region and comeback in report that it was acknowledged so the other option that I used have is to say. I'm going to roll the dice and say you know. If an entire region goes down I will abandon any transactions that got orphaned in that region and repairing somewhere else while saying you know if that region comes back up all kind of take a look at what transactions were orphaned in replay them as necessary and this rule choices actually the way that we chose to run at Youtube so we only did within a region or given cell and we said if it ever happens that we have to continue somewhere else where you will figure out how to replay transactions. During the time I was in this never happened and I think Subaru also has said it didn't happen while he was there because what we saw much more frequently was if not that an entire region suddenly disappears. It was more that you have degradation in our region wrapping up getting worse and worse. And so what we did is we just had policies in place to say as soon as the degradation gets passed. Some facial we will preemptively shift our masters over to a different region and that might be slow. Because maybe there's a network packet loss or things like that but we were kind of babysit that wait for it and then once out of that region we say okay we're safe. We have avoided the POSSIBILITY OF TRANSACTIONS BEING ORPHANED. So those are two different offs. You can make in a condition where databases get out of SYNC. You might need to have a voting procedure to determine a quorum. Can you give an example of when that might occur and how databases would communicate in that scenario to resolve an inconsistency so the way we run our system we don't use voting and according to figure that out my sequel has this concept of GD idea global transaction ninety as Antony described you have a master in multiple replicas and different might have replicated who are different extent? Also if you have semis? Implication turned on what that means. Is that before? The master says that something was successfully committed that the data who it read that particular transaction is guaranteed to be applica- somewhere else in logs. So all that needs to happen is that it needs to get over the network and it needs to get into the really log. It doesn't need to be materialized into the target database the latency required for that is Lloyd than actually getting into and into the database. Long Story Short. What we need to do is to talk to all the mccaslin figure out which -LICA- has progressed to the highest judy. Id which has jetties which is as close to the master as possible and the Jews that as the new master so this is something that is done post-facto after the master has gone down at mark for the transaction. So that's how we allied a split brain with semi sink turned on. We don't pay the cost of figuring this out for a transaction. We just do this at the title fellow or semi Turned on that make sense. It does and I'd like to change the conversation to actual production deployments. So have you put the multi cloud database into production for any particular users? Who are the people that would want to switch to this more aggressively from just a single data center? We have trials. Nobody is actually using it in production yet but I was telling you about this company in Japan who is interested in it. We are talking to them. They have created an account. I don't exactly at what point the trial is. Somebody like them would be very interested in it. We also have some conversations going on with government agencies early conversations who are interested in this and we destroyed this out about two weeks ago so but leaders yet totally zooming out talking about the business more. Broadly you've had some large customer deployments that you've worked with worked slack and square and hubs spot and Bolat of other companies and the overall business of planet scale is around this control plane that you can sell and license. How does the control plane that you sell? Compared to what the Open Source Vitesse model contains so let me just clarify that. Slacks squid Who HAVE DONE. The guest is for open source with us. We do provide support to slack and squad sport. We don't have a relationship with and what you said is exactly right. I mean we do want to provide vitas support for any company that wants with support because we want As Open source project we as successful as possible and we adhere to help the community. But that's not how we are going to scale the company so what we have built is basically the technology that we have built is this operator which allows us to create an API on top of coordinates that allows us to databases safely in single or multiple Clusters right that is like that. We have built. We have actually taken our operator and we have made a subset of that open source we will be doing an announcement about that etc pretty soon. And it's a pretty full fledged open-source Planet scale operator that will allow you to run with us well and safely in the cluster. It just doesn't have some features related to teams and Cross Cluster Federation and so on that Anthony talked about that our planet's guilty be operator has so the operator version that we use to run our own clusters we call that panicle debut so what we are going to scale the company on is this database of service that we are running as planet scale. Db What is coming is a multiple ways to apply planets. Guilty one of them recalled. Byu Okay which is your own Kubler. Cabanas where you'll be able to create custom regions by giving us access to your one of this cluster. You could use our control Blaine. But many said the pride actual parts get stopped at CLUSTER. So that the data never leaves your GonNa Cluster. We will also cream of Finance Kennedy. Beware weekly at a separate account for you. We can associated with your billing account and rerun awarding of Db In separate For you so that. You're not in Bite Environment

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Is the Sudden Loss of Taste and Smell A Symptom of Covid-19?

Coronavirus Daily Briefing

02:02 min | 8 months ago

Is the Sudden Loss of Taste and Smell A Symptom of Covid-19?

"Might be a new indicator that you have caught cove in nineteen outside of the other symptoms like fever or cough that we have been hearing about all along doctors and the UK have said that a symptomatic people that is those not exhibiting the usual corona virus symptoms of dry cough and fever should be on the lookout for a sudden loss of their sense of smell and or taste as that could be an early indication that they have contracted Kovic nineteen the British Association of Oto Rhino said in a statement quote. There has been a rapidly growing number of reports of a significant increase in patients with covert nineteen infection presenting with loss of smell in the absence of other symptoms evidence from South Korea. China and Italy suggests that significant numbers of patients with cove in one thousand nine have developed a nausea or loss of smell as well as high PAS MEA which is the reduced ability to smell in. Germany is reported that more than two-thirds of cases have an Osmania in South Korea where testing has been more widespread thirty percent of patients. Tested positive have had as their major presenting symptom in otherwise mild cases. Iran has reported an increase in cases of isolated nausea and many colleagues from the US. France and northern Italy have had the same experience professor Claire Hopkins President of the British right a logical society reports personally seeing four patients this week who are symptomatic except for the recent onset of nausea usually no more than about one case is seen per month these patients may have some of the hitherto hidden carriers that have been facilitated by the rapid spread of Kuban nineteen. Unfortunately they do not meet current criteria for testing or self isolation and quote the association recommended adding loss of smell to the symptoms requiring quarantine and self-isolation so that quote we might potentially be able to reduce the number of otherwise as symptomatic individuals who continue to act as vectors not realizing the need to self isolate end quote

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Challenges of Managing ML Models: Interview with Luke Marsden, Dotscience

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

09:12 min | 9 months ago

Challenges of Managing ML Models: Interview with Luke Marsden, Dotscience

"Hello and welcome to the AI. Today podcast I'm your host Kathleen. I'm your host Ronald Schmeltzer our guest today as Luke. Marsden who is the founder and CEO with Dot Science? I look thank you so much for joining us today on a today. Thank you for having me on Muslim. Lou can thanks for joining us. We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners. Until them a little bit about your background and the exciting things that are going on at dot science. So I run Benham's Luke. I've been working on her a couple of years. Now my background prior to that was I was heavily involved in the DACA ecosystem so that was Containers and works closely with my previous Australia Q. With making it possible for days bases in containers and snatch them and things like that and it turns out that that technology is applicable of science machine learning unexplained Eckstein. How a bit likes wrong. Yeah I will start. Works in the Kuban teasing The project that came primary out Google kind of emergency to some of the large scale computing Google making it easier to run very large. Wet climates reliably across las. Islas in that kind of thing and yeah sorry background and very much on the devops in infrastructure. Sign of things and that's kind of why we've come to the welded machine learning with much devops perspective and we're looking at ways that you can bring some of the best practices that a pretty normal and common for software developers devops engineers and bring some of those best practices throughout the day signs machine money. Frankly it's it's pretty lacking in many cases at the moment sire I can dive into more of that as you wish. But in terms of the final things dangling adult science well we have a product that launched in the summer of last year an end to end date science machine. Learning Platform will science. It started out from as I mentioned the welded devops data version and so when the company starts just over two years ago. Now we started with project Cole. Dahmash end the idea with don't match was bring data version ing to the well the devils and the last six months into that project we realized okay. We could build a business around Divisions devils but actually we've discovered that as a much much bigger problem around data in the well date science machine lending and none of us had been in that world before site we had a very rapid slew of learning curve for us on our team regained the world of Science Machine Learning. Bobi That's the reproducibility crisis. In science that as challenges with data version ing and being able to even know which version of dice that was used to China Mobile. That might be running in production that might be making important decisions and from that we started the dot science projects and the dog. Science project really started out being focused around data version and provenance so the ability to go from model. That's running in production TRANSPAC Exactly the version of the data set. That was used to train it exactly. What about his that came from and we learned kind of in twenty nineteen really. The starting with that problem was actually starting with the problem. That was further down the road. Full might of the market that we did find some of Allie visionary customers who agreed with us about the important sedates questioning and provenance and they were kind of acid points with their own projects. They already to tackle as problems that we found the ninety-eight percent of the market that we were speaking to have more fundamental problems. And this is kind of interesting. Because it was a cable was solved. A problem that love the market doesn't have yet and so we extended the products to support the end to end machine lending life cycle and what we found was we had either never again was the most companies actually have a more fundamental problem. They have the problem of being able to deploy models into production. Asshole AM surprised us we. That's why we developed the products to deploy muddles very easily so we made it possible without Python Library for scientists to run a single camman which is gassed model and that will automatically builds Abdulkarim image for By ten supply will psychic model and Ben automatically allow the user just by clicking a button to deploy that mobile And also sets up monitoring and. I guess we'll talk about monitoring Lakes rob but yeah. That's kind of the exciting things that are going on is that we've navigated to the point where we have the end to end platform that we're seeing real customer traction and as Kaunda. That's exciting because we've achieved Fans and solving real problems for us which is nice. Yeah Nice robust answer because it covers a lot of ground which is great. You know a lot of our listeners. Who who may not really be familiar with them. L. Ops. I know that we are at cognreznick. Actually just wrapped up some research on the subject and it's really interesting. The timing of bringing this sort of solution to market where were now starting to see a maturing in the understanding of how to use and consume but more were also just not moving from companies who are building their own models and experimenting to organizations who are starting to leverage or models built by other parts of their organization or even by other organizations. This change is a lot of the emphasis of the need for management but for many of our listeners. Who may not know have never heard the term Emma Lops. Maybe they're kind of familiar with devops. And maybe maybe for our listeners. You can define find at least from your perspective. What is this Amel ops thing? What is the OPS part in? How does that connect to? Maybe some of the concept deb. Ops that they may already be familiar with. Yeah absolutely so. It's a great question. What is Emma Lopes and for companies like we were doing something that didn't have a name yet and the word analogs finally really came into even some popular tons last year. And so it is. It's very neat. Tom And say I certainly wouldn't expect everyone listening to have heard of it before. Alex is the intersection of three disciplines. It's the intersection of Software Engineering Machine. Learning and devops and I mean just to provide a snapshot of of whether disciplines individually have. Come to suffer. Engineering has undergone a bit of a revolution in the last two decades. Now and suffer. Engineering has gone from something which was done slowly and manually by suffragettes. E-mailing bashes patch files around each other as a way of collaborating so distributed version control with tools. Like get hub making it much easier to Radley. It's right on a software project and side that be my sort of summary of suffer. Engineering's come to the state of the autism around distribution control in an acing Chris. Collaboration and then devops has grown a revolution in the last ten years going from a place where when a company the Software Company is delivering software to perform devops. That would be silenced. That would be teams of suffer. Engineers working on the software and then they'll be teams of operators ninety professionals who would be running the software and there was very much a sense that you sort of some racially is build a software type. They write some software and then they try it over. The Wall to be icy ops people and the problem with that is it really slowed down the delivery of software and the man that S- that were big organizational challenges around of big slow release cycles and it would take months for software to ship and DEVOPS has done is it said No. You shouldn't have teams. You shouldn't have a set team from your office team. You should have a dental team. Which means that you combine your developing your operations and sometimes multi-functional team a team that contains able with. Sometimes it's one person is doing both the suffering the operations and actually playing it and increasingly. That's the way the simone suppress bells and said devops early. Visit a revolution in terms of being able to suffer more quickly and combining bats organizational change of Suffer developers and operations people in the same team and often in the same role. Software has gone from taking months to ship two minutes and in some cases seconds and so that's also being enabled by tools like continuous integration. Continuous

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Go Networking with Sneha Inguva

Software Engineering Daily

09:41 min | 10 months ago

Go Networking with Sneha Inguva

"Guba. Welcome to software engineering daily. Thank you thank you for having me here have been a huge fan for a while so. I'm super excited and humbled to be on the show right. Well happy to have you on you work at Digital Ocean which is a cloud provider. Give me a few examples of engineering problems that you've worked on so digital ocean. We are cloud hosting provider. We have a variety of products in different areas for example with storage with networking as well as compute. Which is probably. I guess what most people are familiar with who used digital ocean we have droplets serve virtual machines that they can use but the interesting thing as cloud hosting providers that it's a little different from other companies in which in that we have both physical hardware issues we also have software issues and then we also have a web application so we've had interesting problems kind of all over the place when I joined the company. I wasn't actually network engineer. I was working on. One of the internal delivery. Teens is what we call the and on that team the biggest problem we were addressing was the difficulty in deploying and updating applications so namely working with Kubrick so that was definitely an interesting problem because I think we addressed. Both you know the challenge in building an abstraction layer on top of Kuban as that increased the just ease of deploying because before that people use chef chef was a little complicated in general and then on top of that also getting buy in from different teams to kind of use this new internal tool that we had so that would. That's kind of one of the problems we've had that we've addressed as you've mentioned digital ocean is built around these abstractions called droplets. Can you say much about what droplet is? Is it a VM? Is it a container? What am I actually interfacing with? When I spin up a digital ocean instance of course so it is a virtual machine. I think droplet just our marketing speak for everything oceanic themed in our company but it is essentially a virtual machine that is I guess. Technically Co located on servers with other virtual machines and you can spin up really in any location around the world. I think we have about thirteen data centers. So that super fine I I also heard you mentioned container so right now. We don't have containers as a service but we have coober. Netties is a service so technically speaking you could manage your containers as well although droplet itself is just a ritual machine. Got It now when you join a company. It's always tricky to find the bounds of what you should learn. And what you should know. R- it's hard to know just how deep to go and I know that when one of these virtual machines spun up. There's a ton of stuff that is going on under the hood. What was your process for figuring out what to learn the the life cycle of a user spinning up a VM. That's a really good point. In fact I think I think we still do this. When someone we have a for networking at least we have a really good on boarding process. Or when I joined the company not a networking we also had still had a pretty good on boarding process but it was more generic and there is in fact I guess. An on boarding session called how. The cloud works where an engineer who's been at the company for a while actually goes through the entire process and kind of goes through all the micro services that I guess receive a request and send a response. You know down to the schedulers that actually are scheduling the droplet placement on a particular hyper visor. Down to everything. So the thing is I think most people probably have a general idea of the different services that are being touched but then when it comes down to the nitty gritty of how exactly he's Networking Setup Hauser. Sdn configured all of that. I don't think unless you're on that specific team. You are aware so. It's it's kind of a t shaped process in a way so you have a general like breath of knowledge of how I guess the cloud works quote unquote but when it comes to the nitty gritty details. You probably have a very good idea of just your specific area. And I think it's impossible to have a very deep knowledge of absolutely every single service when you're at a company this large with this many micro services and with this many domains of expertise totally now. The reason I want to have you on the show is because I saw some talks. The you gave one specific talk about networking and the term networking can mean a lot of different things. But I know that now working at a cloud provider and you being a systems engineer working at a cloud provider. You probably have some insights on the engineering that goes into the actual nitty gritty of something spending up within digital ocean. What does networking mean at a cloud provider? What does that term networking so networking at a cloud provider? I think has two layers. There's of course the physical infrastructure that is set up so of course I think every cloud provider has physical switches physical address physical gateway so that is definitely one layer but then another thing that you have to consider especially at a cloud provider where you are dynamically. Creating and deleting virtual machines is that you are constantly adding different paths for networking packets traverse and removing them as well. So that's where software defined networking comes in and that's a completely different layer that you have to consider especially at a cloud provider and in fact at digital ocean. We actually have a team that deals with a lot of the physical details when it comes to physical switches in our data centers but we also have a SDN team which has a lot of sub teams that deal with a lot of the micro services that are interfacing and communicating with obvious open switch which is our virtual switch of choice that are actually making a lot of our networking products. Possible such as you know such as VP see or firewalls or even DHCP. A lot of these different things about some of the lower level networking concepts that you needed to know to build some of the projects that you've built within digital ocean. Of course so I'll just take you through. I guess when I first joined the networking team we were coming out with a product called. Bring Your own image so previously when people typically spin up a virtual machine or droplet they can select predefined image whether it's a boon to or I don't think we have Microsoft but a different version of a boon to or one of many different options however with Byu Hawaii we started giving them the option of bringing their own image. So the only issue with that is when we control the image ourselves. We can kind of control the cloud configuration meaning allocating IP addresses and setting up a lot of configuration. But when they're bringing their own image we need a way to dynamically allocate Ip addresses for those droplets using that image and that's where the DHCP protocol came in. And that was something that I had heard of. But I wasn't super familiar with but in general I guess whenever you're building a new networking product. That's using a new protocol my first step typically is to read the RMC so I pulled up the DHCP are of C and then the DHCP C. Which is a little different and started to learn about the protocol and I guess most people at home are probably familiar with it when they log into their computer and they fire up the Internet their ISP Rod are actually allocates Ip address for their home computer and so that's essentially using the DHCP protocol so we were implementing our own. I guess a hyper visor level demon to do that for different droplets in our data center and so that was something that I started to learn about. And then the other thing. When you're a cloud hosting provider is you start to learn about perhaps the ways in which you might have abusive actors and kind of look into security and so that was very interesting and then you you start to do a lot of load testing and try to figure out how to mitigate any possible issues so that was also something else. I started to look into when it came to the server that phrase you mentioned. Rfc reading the RFC. I've read some core answers and wikipedia recommendations about you WANNA learn networking concepts you should read the RFC which chance for the request for comments. Why is that the best path to learning about networking protocols? I mean that is fundamentally where the networking protocols were designed and some of these protocols redesigned like decades ago so I think that of course you could read wikipedia articles encyclopedia articles youtube videos. All of those are helpful. But I think that going to kind of the original source of where this communication protocol was defined. And of course to be honest the first time you read through any networking RFC. It won't one hundred percent make sense so obviously going through it marking up everything you don't understand which then and then of course every RC is somehow linked Tillich twenty other RC's so then go jumping to another RFC to kind of understand. Maybe another protocol that is used within a particular protocol kind of helps you build sorta like in a mental map or like a mental knowledge tree of what that protocol actually does what it

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Managing Research Needs Using Kubernetes with Bob Killen

This Week in Machine Learning & AI

11:34 min | 10 months ago

Managing Research Needs Using Kubernetes with Bob Killen

"I am here at q Kahn in San Diego. And I'm with Bob Dylan. Bob Is a research cloud administrator at the university. -versity of Michigan Bob. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thank you awesome so We met yesterday you were on the AM L. Media and analysts panel talking a little bit about your experiences using communities to support the researchers there At the University of Michigan Gin. And you're also one of the other rose plsy are co chair of the CNC FS research User Group So really interested in hearing a little bit about your experiences with. Sounds like you work with Kuban. Eddie's kind of to support a broad portfolio of applications not just MLA. I we run a wide variety of applications of both animal focused like keep blow but we have a whole slew of other supporting services that are researchers Consume Joey on in our larger. HPC Cluster. Tell us a little bit about your background. How did you get started working with communities? I moved over to artistes Microbe advanced research competing technology services about three years ago but before that I worked for the University of Michigan Hospital and in Twenty fifteen we we started going down the container out for a lot of our clinical workflows. This is sort of before docker was a thing So we are predominantly like Alexi containers. And we're first looking at communities to orchestrate that but raise wasn't mature enough of the time and we went For us from there we Dan Shift back and forth and also start supporting our research workload serve alongside our clinical workflows on there. They sort of saw you know some of the benefits of containerization and this WanNa take advantage of the broader service that we were offering From there I was hired by artists to sort of build out the same something but be completely. Research focused as well as like managing of virtualization system and communities has really exploded when it comes to the the broader management adoption of containers and We have things like that. Keep sputtering in super hub that just integrates directly with it in from. There's just inside the cube. spiner cube sponsor sponsor in reporter wanting to hub at. It can spend a notebook as a container itself itself. Can you maybe talk a little bit about the various use cases that you're supporting what researchers doing. Oh man it's a a pretty broad stroke spectrum on top of reneges. We support a bunch of social science stuff. Various databases that are consumed By in other applications and people running workloads in our large H. B. C. Cluster And we do support We have a significantly large a jupiter environment a lot for classes and other researchers that are spinning stuff up bioinformatics physics Think those are most most of the big ones okay. And so is the primary user experience among your researchers the Jupiter notebook and the ability to spun off containers from the notebook amendment. Yup over time. We've seen a gradual shift of people you know sort of moving away from the classic. HPC to style system. Where you would log into a sage along node? And you'd run your system you something up and running off now. They're sort of an expectation for art to have the Jupiter Notebook or have some other sort of science gateway for the user to consume. It's it's a lot friendlier than than having to dig in and right like a bash script it to automate some of the suffer you one of the things that's different between the classical. HPCC scale up systems and the more distributed environments that We see now and that are common With Kuban. Eddie's is that in order to take advantage of I've these distributed environments the users in your case researchers have to know about them and kind of know how to to to use them in a lot of cases right there you know code Oh to take advantage of distributed computing. Are you researchers doing that or are you. Are there things that you've put in place that provide abstractions so that they don't have to Think about that We do have some abstractions and play that Make it much easier argo workflows and things of that. Nature have simplify things greatly for people then of course empower users. That you know will will just want to dive in and do everything themselves. But in general we have a pretty good suite of tools and libraries to make it easy for them. The social scientists isn't kind of the target user for a cube flow yet they're using communities Q.. Flow in your case. It sounds like the ARGO. WORKFLOWS you know our lot. You didn't say that necessarily the social scientists Mantis were using the ARGO workflows in Q.. Flow but I'm I'm curious to hear a little bit about how cube flow in particular is used in this environment. Cute flow it. So we don't have any social science people using cube flow The cute flow stuff is mostly by a small subset of people. And Right. Now it's a more experimentation stage But the the aspects of it released sort of make a special like the model life cycle of things Significantly easier for people and we we sort of see much. More people shifting. Adopting it going forward maybe talk a little bit about that user experience. What do they have to do to get their apps up running into keep environment? They don't have to do too much they can do. Most of it from the Jupiter notebooks that Cupola spins up in manages for them and then there is I forget the the Argo are the flow Cli tool but that allows them to create some workflows pretty easy to. There's there's some other things being built that allows allows for better like designing and building better pipelines in More consumable workflows. Maybe talking generally. What from the your participation the patient in this panel? I got the impression that you're pretty excited about Kuban as as a platform generally for these types of research workloads. Maybe talk a little. What about you know why you're excited about it? Sure communities provides a lot of like proper abstractions for just managing a variety Heidi of workloads and those things that it cannot handle it offers the extension points to easily extend and augment so like grenades it self does not have any capability of running a like standard. MPI job or a gang scheduled job but because the extension points are there. It's easy enough to who sort of your own schedule or to handle that. And it's just like a little. You know one variable change than us that scheduler to spin up and manage that workload and and by using carbonates itself and the extension mechanism. You gain the accessibility of using everything else. That's being developed on top of whereas in the past you know again going back to the classic. HP system there wasn't any of these other this other tooling API's really do any of this stuff. So now we can get. You can do a lot more such as like eventing and triggering different workflows off. Different things happening within the system We're definitely seeing them. A much more broader adoption of things like data streaming an link in this stuff. You can really do well on a classic. HP system but it it works in fits quite well on top of communities and you can integrate it with a whole slew of other things that are being built on top of it. Are you supporting putting users. That are doing things like building out their own schedulers or are these things at the broader community is doing and they can just kind of take off the shelf and take advantage of right now. The it's mostly from the broader community and our users can then take that off the shelf cute flow itself has a NPR operator built into it. So that makes it easier for their the people consuming Q.. Flow to spin up in. MPI Job And then there's other things like a volcano which are trying to offer much more of the classic a batch computing things that we'd find. HPC for communities directly. Joe Down a little bit deeper into that. What is volcanoes? Specific volcano is a Open source project that is trying to be sort of the classic PC scheduler and workload managers thinking like slim but built for Kuban Eddie's so it is offering things like a fair share cues backfill as well as offering things like you know being able to support gang the jobs and things of that dream So the idea there Being that as a A research cloud administrator. You've got some pool of resources. You've got some pool of people that want to take advantage of these resources. How do you Fairly are consistently give them access to the resources and so oh my fair share of being one idea there gang scheduling is more. Like I've got these five things that need to go at the same time. Exactly how do I ensure that they're happening in concert with one another and then like if a worker happens to die you don't want to necessarily kill the entire job whereas you know if so the controller dies you want to then you know kill and Req- a Q. The entire job for us in for Sort of the larger sites that are still primarily a on prem focused on like bare metal you know we have a finite finite amount of resources. We aren't necessarily bursting up to the cloud So being able to backfill and set priorities on things is very useful for us as well as you know cues For us is like we want to backfill with jobs from students. They might be able to run those for for free but if we have a researcher that's doing something when we want to have those take priority sort of bump off those lower party jobs we think about in the context of machine learning Some of these. He's jobs Like network training deep learning Training they can take many days or weeks But that's not a new thing in the context of HVAC are the workloads that you're tending to support also kind of these long running Jobs but but not necessarily deep learning training we have we support again being a That handles researcher needs for the entire university. We have a little bit of everything and most of our jobs would probably fit into that category Where they might take a week to complete Or something of that nature I think are Maxwell time is twenty one days and what can you say what that is. I don't remember off the top of my head But we've had several that are dislike cranking through you know terabytes and terabytes of data And if they have something that just hits the wall time you know. It's it's unfortunate for the Kill it off. Also the this maxwell time isn't the biggest job that you've seen the limit that you yes yes all right the thing that runs logging in that we're going to give him the Nice Nice warm. Not Nice

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Scalable and Maintainable Workflows at Lyft with Flyte

This Week in Machine Learning & AI

11:14 min | 10 months ago

Scalable and Maintainable Workflows at Lyft with Flyte

"My name is skate then I lead the flight team And probably one of the founding the founding person of light at lift so my background is I looked across different industries from hedge funds do retail logistics to cloud. I'm hoping And now finally back in sort of transportation area and one of the things I've been interested in is just large scale. Aw data processing solving business problems aware data at computation comes together and machine. Learning is a place where you know. That's really I started lifting twenty sixteen but I started flayed the close to the end of sixteen It was mostly like you know I I started working on this team We were trying to get ETA's which are At explain what Anita so when you open up lift APP and and you see hey three minutes to get your driver are if you are in your car and you see like it'll take fifty minutes to reach the airport. Sometimes it accurate. It's mostly because of a ton of machine learning models that go in the background and including understanding how the roads traffic is and understanding. All kinds of I think that are happening on in the current conditions on the road so using so I was leading that team and Joined the team. There was another engineer on it. He used to run the models all on his laptop and he he running this and he's like I had the script. I've just run this and it just ended figures out and then this other script tripped this other script and dude. That's crazy so I'm trying to decide whether interrupt you and just like dive deep into that. That sounds crazy. It is a model. That's doing like live prediction of ETA's training training the law model uh-huh collecting the data for the model. And things like that right and I still reproducibility as us and stuff like that. A lot of issues. You wouldn't be surprised how many times this happens in the industry just like the and and this is actually how we lead into it because this is the current state of The infrastructure for machine learning earning especially production models didn't exist. We didn't think about retraining. These models at that time and quickly we wanted to retrain them and then the laptops opts not gonNA kill the other story. That happened So this is just leading into flight right and the other stories that happened is devoted research. Scientists have my team He created a model models pretty cool. It's or lift for many years But he left the company in the model went with him. Probably heavy last epic we had no idea of what and As leader told me. Hey let's recreate this model. And I don't know how to and we knew the algorithm so we just rotate. You know got everything done. It would not give the same results And it like it literally took US US three months to get like the same level of accuracy. And we're like okay so he had done all of this extra work really kind of lost. We didn't waste wastes too much effort on it because we knew we knew some of the tricks but still it's wicked effort in trying something out in going and trying out the accuracy and you're like Muslims mental. Yeah Yeah it's it's not like one person spending all the. It's it's wasted effort so at that time we decided to do S- needs to this needs to change and delivering new models became slower and slower. So that was the birth of flight. At that point. We used to call it a bad name. I'm going to put it on the podcast but he used to like I wrote a first draft proposal internally. The everybody was like you're crazy. This thing is not gonNA work But somehow in like a couple months of you erected a we we one of this thing and we got a team to try it out and and This team was also struggling a lot with delivering their models. The intersection where flight really fits in is when you have a lot of data anyone who produce repr- reproduced your models again and again like maybe every day every week or every hour and you want like the trace of what happened in the lineage between everything and this team actually fit the bill And they for the first first time they were able to deliver a model in like six months and this was a gigantic marlet affected the bottom line of lived and it was really really meaningful and it was not without a lot of breath. You know stress than working hard at through the night but that was the starting of flight and that was in twenty seventeen and and then region stop like the the use of the company just skyrocketed And and at that point you're like hey we should open source this thing because because it's such a big problem to solve that small team it live can probably never solve it on their own. If you open source of me should be able to work with the community be here more ideas and improve it all the time so we actually wrote the Everything from scratch made it Kuban. At his native took Like the primitives that we understood from looking at all levels use cases. I'm decimating amazing. Part of lift like it's a rich ground of amazing use cases and we used all of that put like basically distill that information into flight. And that's our first cook Into the world them. Tell us about your Your background in what you do lift shore. Yes so my name is Heison to I I have worked previously at Microsoft Bingo and they had a journey. You know up and down the stack a working enterprise great occasions in Louisville's stories stories And they you know at some point. wanted to try out a meal in light kind of found this sweet spot spots in the email infra to fit the bill. Kind of thing for me is doing two years ago January and and at that time it was that we're still stabilizing the international flight unnamed product It was great and teams loved it but as Yeah Stephen Seeing at that point I joined wind in the midst of this Discussion about what do we do next So I got to be part of the decision Zimbabwean going Cubans native and All the the icy as critical design design decisions we We took in flight light to officially decisions. All the the league going With a very strong type system very strong language specifications through Protopopov. Love like there is a lot of things. We view We are very opinionated about in-flight and a lot of things we are not we are. We'd like explicitly decided decided to leave then We based on experience. We had we think we found a good pass for where we like the give you the learnings like enforce the learnings we have had before In how we ask you to write your goods or deliver your Morton's or the processing tasks or whatever and the same time. Leave it open for a variety of different workloads. That can run the system and here. We are in very proud with how the product turned out to be in the lawns and the reception we have had during the conference prince and Just a shout out to the team wouldn't have been possible without like crazy amount of effort with the team. It's an amazing team. It live And we are proud if all our users also at lift just stayed with us through. I'M GONNA go times and and thank you for all the support. It's awesome awesome so okay then you've given us a kind of a little bit of an overview of light. Maybe you take a step back and you know what's the core value proposition that A flight is offering and hide them. You mentioned that it's communities native. Like how does it relate to to Q.. Flow for example. The fission Let let me start with the motivation. Like or what is it that we think is missing and what we were trying to address one of the things as I said we started in thirty seventeen. So that's like the landscape was very different at that point rate. So we've heard from that point and this is a we to even though actually I think this is the real one but this is a we do so that means we went through a process of like actually making something and failing and then redoing it. That has a lot of learnings with it. So so one of the learnings that we feel that there is this artificial divide. That's happening between data. But actually they. They go hand in hand tonight lake you. It's not that these companies have amazing data system. They're not the googles. facebooks are the Amazons of the world right they are smaller companies nimble. They want They are basically pulling the data stack to So and the other thing that we realize is their teams cross collaborate quite a bit machine learning models ability by a team but the team be probably provides the data that bills that machine learning model and actually the the fallacy of Separating them is that many times in production we use machine learning models to predict ached and that creates data that becomes a fact in the fact tables in the data would and they made aims use machine learning models to connote that factor dimension and which drains other models so this cyclic nature. That's happening and this needs to be captured at that. granularity saying that you know there is data and processing and and machine learning all interacting together so that was the motivation behind flight that we need a single tool and a platform that allows for collaborating collaborating sharing and Emma lops along with And with with definite focus on arcusfoundation. And that's why I had. The core of flight is is a workflow. Engine that actually runs all of these pipelines but from the point of view it was built for collaboration and sharing across the company various aspects specs as well as the processing and Machine learning on the same tool

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Boris Johnson, Jeremy Corbyn And Dominic Grieve discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

15:18 min | 1 year ago

Boris Johnson, Jeremy Corbyn And Dominic Grieve discussed on Coffee House Shots

"I'm joined by cables and James for safe while James. We're expecting a number of resignations this week. We've already on from Sarah Duncan which we will talk about shortly but yesterday Philip Hammond went on the mall showing confirmed that he was going to resign after Theresa May's final Prime Minister's questions he's jumping before he's pushed isn't he in the whiteboard in Boris Johnson's campaign and during the cabinet is it oh no we had Hammond down for John Throw now. He said he won't serve raises. A more serious points about how he has behaved. I mean there's a very difficult question to answer which is which is he was the chancellor when trees I said no deal is better than a bad deal. He was the chance to win all school. Fifty one votes injuries may kept saying that so it does raise a question about whether he was ever actually committed to the policy of a day of government element of which he was a member where he actually meant it. I also think he's behaving in a deeply irresponsible manner because it is quite clear that whatever you think of it Theresa May's with Griffin is not going to Paul sounds comments so you need to ease off rob some kind of concessional compromise to get this thing through and by what he's doing and the interviews he's giving in the European press on his shenanigans in parliament he is basically saying to you. You do is compromise or for any concession because parliament's elements can stop no deal but as rebel dominic grieve says the only way we see Sir stopping ideal is to bring down and it is not clear yet for they have the numbers so he is paradox the actually making no deal more likely I mean the question you need to think about which is which do you think is worse for the British economy in the short even in the short to medium-term. No deal oracle been government. I think it's a fairly strong case that it is a Corbin government. He's also making that more likely I e P regrettable about the way that moment is paving the moment and it is kind of hard not to think that he is goes into his head that he wants to go down in history for something and and he also is driven. I think bar a personal dislike of Boris Johnson I mean they all they are about as different as characters. Come be and I think there is kind of I think you see it's going to be this is undoubtedly going to be a problem for. I want someone Jeez people for them. How does more technocratic mind almost find offensive and so they feel bound by the normal ties of Lords obligation that people would find to a former cabinet according to become Prime Minister K._t.? Philip Hammond is joining the Google could score. Does it become nine on the back benches of <hes> Torian Dominic grieve like David Goal obviously who are very worried about the consequences of no deal exit. Do you think sees himself as being the ringleader of this new group and if not who else I think he seasons I was having a pivotal role play and certainly to people who are involved. Perhaps on various this what's up groups for being proactive and interesting have those speculation but world theresa may might play but that is not seen as a row where you have some really leading from the front at all you might be able to bring them in a backward way whereas I I think when it comes to Philip Hammond he is someone who's very happy to go and bat for it and you see that has multiple media appearances. I think when you look the with squad and is going to be a wide ranging faction in the sense that perhaps you have ron thirty figures who are sympathetic to the coors the coups being to prevent a no deal brexit but they will have different points of high father willing to go so you mentioned Dominic Grieve Dominic Grieve is in a very small number of the squad in the sense he is willing to vote down the government or at least he has said he is in a will to stop. No deal brexit happened has suggested he might be willing to do that. He hasn't said Faucheux but he could laugh will be in the more hardline element say the bulk of the awkward squad so whether <unk> actually property matters most in the day to day running of Boris Johnson's government before you get to what we think he might be that ultimate showdown but you might have a confidence vote is what can they team up on. Now figures like David Gook I think he uh of azan we expect for example Greg Clark. We don't expect him to resign anticipation but will likely not be in the Boris Johnson Cabinet and fluker join this great when it comes to confidence as its deputy FAA supply SA- cutting off supply seems to be a step too far when it comes to finances so the things that they can team up on would be when you look to what Ambrose described as an activist speaker Joe Becker and he saw that last week with their Perot Gang Amendment Dominic grieve came up with that is. Something people feel much more comfortable going for because it feels like a less drastic mechanism so I think that's where this team can come together and when you look within that you also have a Muharan reports you could as as soon as Boris Johnson is appointed as prime minister barring a big shock for you could have Torri M._p.'s defect to the Liberal Democrats. Now that's different element here. Those people here very pro second referendum the anti no deal shoe but it it goes well beyond and I would say the bulk of the Gook squad have voted for Brexit deal many times free times so there is one way for Boris Johnson to almost end his his problem there which is if he can get change if he can get a due to Vatan this group that the not so hard line in their ears majority that they're not gonNA vote for anything. Boris Johnson comes up with but they do need it to be a deal. I've been the Golden Association from those cases right and then which is if you are working. WE'VE DOMINIC GRIEVE STEVE DOMINATE GREAVES AIM is not to prevent no deal is to have a second referendum into how the U._K.. Remain in the European Union and I mean this is actually a real problem for some members of this group which is essentially when when you choose your political allies here it becomes your message risk getting lost. It risks looking what you're joining move dominant grieve in his attempt to stay in the E._U.. Raleigh than trying to prevent is leaving without a deal and that is going to be a major kind of questionable how his group coheres when varies of stress intention put on that will be put on it when a deal okay for example if a deal does come back do the same gamers and then just ingredients as well still vote against the deal because they want a second referendum and remain all always have as spent so arguing that no deal would would be catastrophic that they would feel obliged to vote for a deal. I mean I think this is their difficulties and contradictions within this group Katie. Tell us about Sir Allen Dunkin's resignation so remiss as of this morning the minister was going to resign today expecting the bulk as for Hamilton the anti nausea to as opposed to have the minimum amount of time between the new prime minister taking over and the being a vacancy in your department. Perhaps a vacancy theresa may try and fill it. It seems now we're getting to the shorter time may just be the vacant so Annan Dunkin decided not wait until Wednesday's. He has gone on Monday morning now. I think this is attracted. Criticism for a number of reasons fest off some have suggested. The Alan Duncan hasn't always been the principal character when it comes to the cools attached himself to sue people point to the referendum when he was in talks about joining the board and then in the end decided apparently because he cannot get a certain position by his name to go for remain and that's what people think he's insincere. I think there is a more practical note here which is it may not be specific brief but clearly what's happening right now. In Iran the crisis in the factories May as haven't have Cobra meetings to to be a Foreign Office minister. Dan Ready have one. He was suspended in field -Unding who's quite busy doing the leadership contest exactly the Foreign Secretary Hughes O._T.. Trying to walk away he is getting Steve if he doesn't have his upset tomorrow. It doesn't really paint this picture of government that is taking a situation completely serious. They and I think it was just absence. Idea which is very easy right now. I tried to haunt you paint the Tory party as warring factions when if you want to be the party of you would think that there is a sense that you need to look at your on top of this I thought it was quite interesting as we've seen Greg Hands Jeremy Hunt supporter today take to social media and and say that he does not support preemptive ramp to resignations and he thinks does play into the hands of Jeremy Kuban so I think it's just Boris Johnson supporters who questioning some of the time yeah we've had some comments from people like Hugh Merryman who's Philip Hammons P. P. S. on Westminster unstrap last night saying that the government basically dropped the ball on the Iran Crisis James. Is it the case that this is about how the government relates to trump will try not to relate to trump in closely. I read this government moment was as it so often has been on the trump. Administration was caught between two stools which is once the U._K.. Via Gibraltar had impounded that Iranian tanker it was point clear for there was going to be Iranian retaliatory action of some sort when you consider the soy's of the Royal Navy at the moment is quickly if British flag shipping wants to be protected against retaliation that was going to need to be active cooperation with the U._S. and what appears to have been the case is that there was a hesitancy about going down that route even though the Americans were suggesting it because they didn't want to look like they were signing up to the full gamut of U._S.. Close John Roberts obviously against the Iran nuclear deal which the U._K.. is in favor of home not having that this is a big strategic confusion on the government's behalf which is once you take a decision to impound that tanker then you had to act to protect your own shipping in the most comprehensive way possible and the seizure of his ship on Friday shows that the Royal Navy simply doesn't clearly is not adequate soy's to do that right now and F. was going to need assistance from the U._S.. Which is the largest navy in the world and so I've been there is there is a question here of of how this was handled and I think if it wasn't for the fact that was storage contest ongoing? This will be a big story. Also the other issue is the Jeremy Corbyn is not exactly Joe. Jeremy Corbyn is taking predictable approach which is everyone should deescalate. What why are we upset? Iranians in the first place approach of his question here I mean there is there is a I mean the government is very vulnerable. Were more focused right on time. which is you made the decision to impound the ship because he believed it was going to Syria and breaking sanctions? You've failed to Defend U._K.. Shipping why and finally we get the result of the LIB DEM leadership contest test the softening Katie expecting Jo Swinson to win or we or is it much closer than it appeared start the contest but I think when it comes to leadership contests mistakes ulcer in the Tory leadership is very hard for the polling often into Western. What is exactly going on is interesting difficult? Speaking to Redemption Bove's is the sense. I think that Jason is more likely to get this biting. The margin is going to be interesting to the case that perhaps it didn't mean every time you speak to lived M._p.. They will tell you how friendly the contest is and how they're absolutely delighted rather not at David J Simpson even basements in will say that should be delighted if adcose obviously has so it definitely has a slightly different dynamic when it comes to and clearly has got attention in the past few weeks while the Tour de contests has been on but it is good to be a very important decision you think about the fact that we could be having an election anytime seeing that he looked Lib. Dem's are in the polls. The EH leader in contrast to re Party is actually inheriting a very positive situation where the party has got to whether or not that's pretty Vince cable assets or luck intangibles having the party until about gay sex. Eh Eh we've got the media fakers which is going to be hard before these leaders than what happened Tim Farron and the general election so I think it would be a surprise of Jo. Swinson didn't get it but ultimately do you get the the sense that whatever happens is not going to be as big upset as tomorrow. If Jeremy Hunt Somehow wins James Davey and Jo Swinson do differ in terms of how they get what they want in a hung parliament scenario scenario you say at Davy for instance would vote for Jeremy Corbyn Queen's speech of a hard legislation for a second referendum in it. Jo Swinson is much less clear on that but it's very uneasy about since she doesn't think you can trust Jeremy Corbyn too so the outcome of this contest is really important isn't it. I was very struck by in your writer for a debate that you took part on quizzing the Swinson and Davey on Friday night of this difficulty for the still skull by coach of what they say and also how they position themselves on the one hand they want to say to remain voters. You can't trust Jeremy Corbyn an inch on the other hand they want to try and create this brewed remain alliance and suggests that they'll they'll do whatever they need to do to stop brexit. They're not worried about their own party. I mean but he's going to be attention. I mean one of the things about general election is but even if general elections before breakfast it won't be for solely on Brexit and it'll be a difficult question former Lib dem's which is the Lib Dem's pro remain position is trucks into them a certain kind of middle class prosperous demographic but are probably probably you but not pro all of the taxes that Jeremy Corbyn with I'd like to place on them and how Lib Dem's navigate that question what was going to unconvincing in your blog. You're saying they were saying oh we'd vote for the Queen speed for them. Vote Down the budget. I kind of that way so I think that as a kind of tricky question also fascinating question which is we'll talk a lot on this bogas about Boris Johnson the polls how him getting a poll bounce with affects things I think is also worth noting gene to see whether the Lib Dem's got any kind of bounce service extra not where they're going to get that much but there's extra coverage a Nudie will get because I think if you look at the decline and support Jeremy Corbyn among Labour members if a new more energetically dome and leader you live in homes Po position is maintained. If Labour's can all regularly coming second in the polls because Boris Johnson is brought back some voices from the BREXIT party.

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Fight to Lead the U.K. Narrows to 2: Boris Johnson vs. Jeremy Hunt

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

04:20 min | 1 year ago

Fight to Lead the U.K. Narrows to 2: Boris Johnson vs. Jeremy Hunt

"Onto UK politics now in Boris Johnson and Jeremy hunt going head to head in the conservative leadership contest. They'll take part in a series of sixteen hustings across the UK as Tory policy members vote to pick the next prime minister, the foam, London mayor is the clear favourite, but the foreign secretary says he believes he can win. She is. For more, I'm joined by Bloomberg's UK government editor Tim rolls down the line, Tim, great to have you with us is forest Shimin. It looks like it, doesn't it because as you suggest so popular in the polity. Let's forget, a connection is going to be held among a hundred sixty Haydock members of their puppy, then spent today of the rest of the takeover nation that totally members pray Brexit on the whole. They've often issued statements Johnson and have been doing spicy position. So I think boys don't go. Fall, the best shows winning eight east. We'll say unpredictable candidates going forward Jones could come unstuck. If it goes room in a debate in one of these hustings events that you mentioned that he will say that he wanted to giving up just yet. Tim you story on this. You say for the EU the prospect of Johnson victory would be their worst nightmare. Just remind listeners what the EU what the u k what ball kits can expect from Boris Johnson in terms of his approach to Brexit if he wins this. Well, European Union officials have barely been able to discuss as that this taste of Jones said they blame him to Brexit because he let 'em pain in sixteen lacy him trustworthy because some of the promises he's made many of the bulletins that we hate from actually this, like Jolson style as well as into IT was built something. They really trust to appreciate I mean, I think. Children's breaks position than say that he will just draw the UK straight out of the unit with no deal of end of oak. Toba weedy trying to renegotiate polka. Get the existing deal over the line. But maybe if it to pessimistic that actually Jones. And slightly silken his language in recent days on the new deal Brexit. I will try if he can to do a deal, but we'll see whether that manages to something he can achieve. What are the prospects, Tim is well of an election this year? I think it's a very wheel possibility. Actually, we've on a story over seven days. Which suggested it Jones back already. Civility, I've seen it with a new two of Johnson's abilities, charisma and his ability as to Jackson, you sense of altruism into the country that the conservative policies issues could be transformed that he could easily beat Jeremy Kuban action by still something that could be full stolen the conservative penalty. If if is if you don't get breaks deal. So he might have should nation even if he doesn't move one. So it's a win if you're interested in the camp of these kind of risks very interested in everything tame. What should we should we imagine? We might wake up to on Monday morning. Well, Monday morning with the, the hustings those sections where each of the candidates to stand up and make his page to the conservative members happening today. So. We will we will find out by by the end today. They have gone, then they'll be newspapers and you can expect to be pretty cleanly between those Jones tonight Jeremy hunt. They'll the interviews she'll the leaders on the unveiling that's newspapers still so will be the campaign getting. It's really because.

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"kuban" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"kuban" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"He hosts the Kuban Eddie's podcast from Google an excellent show about recent developments, and evergreen concepts within the world of coober netties, I use the Kuban Eddie's podcast to catch up with some concepts in the cougar Netease. Ecosystem prior to the most recent cube con. So if you are going to attend a coupon, I highly recommend binge listening to the Kuban Eddie's podcast prior to Google. Adam worked at AWS for three years and Microsoft for twelve years. He has seen each of the major cloud providers up close, and he has a deep awareness for how each company thinks Adam was fantastic. Guests, we had a great conversation about the cloud native landscape, the world of podcasting and developer marketing, which may not sound interesting, but you are being marketed to constantly and it's growing and. Competitive and fascinating landscape. And you as a developer, who is going to be buying tools, as much as building them should be aware of how marketing in the software landscape works. Speaking of marketing, a few announcements about upcoming things in the software engineering, daily landscape find collapses, the company. I'm building if you have a cool project that you're working on, I would love to see it posted on find collapse, and you can find some collaborators to work with on your project. I check out every project that gets posted to find collapse. And I've been interviewing people from some of these projects on the find collapse podcast. I'm attending some conferences in the near future. Data dog dash July sixteenth seventeenth in New York, and the open core summit which I'm actually going to be emceeing that'll be September nineteenth and twentieth in San Francisco. We are hiring two interns for software engineering and business. Development, if you're interested in either of these positions..

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Chaos and calculation: Brexit

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:02 min | 1 year ago

Chaos and calculation: Brexit

"Stay. Prime minister. There would be chaos if the United Kingdom were to crash out of the European Union without a proper divorce deal, but after months of widespread worry about that, no deal Brexit. It seems to have been avoided for now. Anyway. Commissioned Mr Speaker, I would like to make statements on the government's work to secure withdrawal agreement that can command the support of this house the deadline to agree a deal with the EU is in just over a month. Prime Minister Theresa may has told parliamentarians that if they don't vote in favor of the agreement she's already negotiated. She will empower them to vote for a delay to Brexit. So the United Kingdom one only leave without a deal on the twenty ninth of March. If there is explicit consent in the house for that outcome. Avoiding no deal scenario is one of the few aspects of Brexit for which there is a strong parliamentary majority that is not the case for Mrs Maes own deal, which he's still pushing to get through what's happening in this country. At the moment is that the government is losing control of events power is slipping away from the prime minister, quite news with that power is going Adrian Wooldridge rights badges are column about British politics. He was in the house of Commons for MRs maith announcement. That morning. She came to the house of Commons straight away from a cabinet meeting. We should be a very tense cabinet meeting in which number of members of our cabinet confronted her and said, you must extend you must take new deal off the table mustn't be the case that will be allowed to crash out of the EU without a deal, and that has been part of our negotiating position. So taken off the table was a huge embarrassment and reduction of power so power slipping away from the prime minister. So where does this leave the timetable is we understand what happens next? Well, the return things going on in the Commons of the moments. I mean, the atmosphere is electric the atmosphere is is furthered people in an extreme state of high political frenzy tying the government's hands by seeking commandeer. The auto paper. She's rather discourteous. The prime minister is delivering a statement. It should be and colleagues. No, I'm just under strong, feelings comics from the record. Everybody will get things going on his business made his speech chaos on the one hand and calculation on the other hand people trying to say what does this really mean? And I could see the members of the European research group, the hardliners that all in little plump all discussing as she was speaking. What do we do about this? What does it mean? So everybody was trying to think what does it mean mean what does it mean what she promised was. There will be votes on March twelfth he will vote on Mrs Maes deal that failed last time by thirty. It's very difficult to turn it around on the thirteenth. There will be votes on whether to accept new deal that will almost certainly there is a majority in the house against new deal then on the fourteenth whether to apply for an extension to the needing. Brexit day March the twenty ninth I think that would come onto majority in the house. So what are the important things? That's happened. This week is that Britain is unlikely believing the European Union on Brexit. They March the twenty ninth. It'll be leaving two months perhaps after that whatever the the extension if it comes to that do not find ourselves in the same position again close to that date. Absolutely. We do and it does seem that we're gridlocked that the sides of roughly the same size. They can't get a majority. And so that's probably the case. Both leaders have lost control of their parties or losing control of their parties were fighting desperately to keep control of that party's against very powerful forces and Theresa May con- controller cabinet. She can't control the lower ranks of her government, and she can't control her party. And that's also being strangely mirrored on the labor side where Jeremy open is also suffering from internal rebellions of significant rebellions and is desperately trying to reassert control. But at the expense of making very big concessions. His critics. Amid all this the labor party dropped its own breaks at bombshell, Jeremy Corbyn. The labour leader has said if Labour's owned Brexit withdrawal plan is rejected a vote today. He'll threw his weight behind public vote a second referendum. Mr. Corbin is still smarting from the resignation of nine MP's last week. They left the party in frustration at his Brexit strategy and its failure to tackle anti semitism on the face of labor who switched position to be in support of a second referendum. But that would only happen after Mrs Maes deal passes in parliament and macelroy senior editor of the economist. And one of our chief breaks apologists is skeptical that Mr. corbin's announcement has much substance. Jeremy cool been moved his party position this week to woods a second referendum quite clearly his shadow. Brexit secretary said that remain would be on the ballot paper, which is the big question for a lot of people who want this. However, that's not a commitment that we've. Yet heard unambiguously from Jeremy Corbyn himself, so to your mind than what's materially changed. Should we consider this week as the week that the the prospects for a second referendum really changed? I think we should consider as the week when the labor party was no longer able to straddle the positions as Abe liaise. It had done here to four Jeremy Kuban doesn't really want to second referendum wants a general election. He said it over and over again, but he has conceded that the emotion in his party, particularly with this breakaway group in mind that they want hit words second referendum from him. So you could see things moving gently not direction. Unfortunately, he hasn't spelled out. Whether it's the second referendum that most people mean, which is the woman that says, oh, we going always staying does the outcome of all this does the outcome for Brexit matter beyond that or is this just damage control by party leaders. I think it's to party leaders discovering, the Hoed way that Brexit is a powerful fragmentation of what they considered to be their power base so labor you're finding a leader from the left of the party who was trying to build a big momentum as he calls his movement sweeping away. The conservative government is finding that he has difficulties to unite his party around the Brexit question on the conservative side. You have a prime minister who's doubled down on getting do with the EU and eventually getting herds Dobbin, really hard core. Eurosceptics own booed and finding that process much harder. That superglue is not sticking. It's not so sticky on the other side only the two leaders to very different muse same fundamental problem.

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Robert Whittaker Withdraws from UFC 234 vs. Kelvin Gastelum Due to Hernia Injury

ESPN Radio Saturday

11:43 min | 1 year ago

Robert Whittaker Withdraws from UFC 234 vs. Kelvin Gastelum Due to Hernia Injury

"The case you missed it. Breaking news UFC two thirty four has taken a massive hit and there's no sunshine in here. No, sunshine, where any MMA fans are especially the ones in Australia because everyone was looking forward to Robert Whittaker the first Australian UFC champion getting an opportunity to finally defend that title middleweight title on his home turf in Melbourne later this evening, Rod Laver Arena sold out in ten minutes against Kelvin gasoline finally getting to see him back. Well, we just found out twenty minutes ago. The fight is off management has just confirmed with me as well. The fight is off. They're going to issue. A statement in a matter of moments Whitaker out due to a hernia fight cancelled Israel Sonny Anderson Silva's now the new main event so how does this affect Kelvin gasoline? How did he find out where does he go from? Here. Let's talk to his manager. Elliot does these who's joining us on the phone right now? Ali how are you? Oh, no. I'm good. It can be better. But you know, it's commander of the game, you know, seniors, and we have to get adjusted. When did you guys find out? I just find out dot com. Probably thirty minutes ago. Have a hernia. The hospital and now they have to perform. You know, he's a great champion. I always put it on the line. Unfortunately. He's not fighting. Twelve weeks heart camp make sacrifices, but you know, it wasn't awake cuts related issues. And he's just. As workers. Warrior. It will not more injury or even hard injury. Doc, even more from fighting. A great guy. We wish him nothing. But the best. Wish must be recovered his management just told me that he's heavily sedated as we speak and he's going into surgery, right? This moment. So like, I said a horrible tournaments for Robert Whitaker. What does this mean for Kelvin? What does the UFC told you? I know it's very fresh. But. You know is he going to get another title shot? What are they going to do with the belt? You have any idea. Day right now, I get to speak with Dana white. He said I personally. Calvin Calvin is the number one contender. He's gonna see what happened. Out. We're going to go ahead and see maybe the winner between Anderson Israel. Covered. You know? Maybe you can do it thirteen. You know, what's what's I'm kind of looking forward to. But let's see what happened. Did they try to keep Kelvin on the card was that ever discussed? No does not disgusting. I spoke to. Dana. And that does not discussed that. Oh, you know. Listen, I think you have a good minivan. Anderson Silva is great. I'm not sure this is going to be a five round or real. Oh. You know, it is what it is. I feel horrible rubber Whitaker. Yeah. I feel bad for coffee too. Under the right. How is he handling? It has been handling the news Kuban workers. Okay. Calvin was ready. We was ready. The Bishop of his life and. We believe he was going to be that, you know, that middleweight champ. But robert. No injuries taken away from the fight. And like, I said, you know. Nothing but respect and we wish him nothing, but speeder recovery, and I hope he's okay. We're talking to. You're not gonna hear me, you know, me get me on the program talking trash in promoting and get on people. But certain situation we have to be human. Absolutely. I think everybody out there. Everyone to give respect keep Robertson. They prayer. I wish nothing but the best talking to manager Elliot. Bill Aziz here on area who wanna show on ESPN radio's presented by Uber. Breaking news out of the world to the USC USC to thirty four tonight in Melbourne Australia on pay per view, Robert Wood. It covers coming gasping for the middleweight title cancelled that flight has been canceled because Robert Whitaker is going under the knife. In a matter of moments in Australia for a hernia certainly wish him the best. I'm curious Ali is Kelvin going to get paid. How's this gonna work because you just went through a training camp? What's the deal? I'm certain UFC has told you what they're gonna do. Can you? Tell us. Yeah. Always come through for me, you know. And he said he was going to kick out. You know, I understand you know, he went to a camp. And and you put a lot of money into it investment. A lot of money into it. And at the end of the day. This is. You know, I'm not worried about him. I know he will be paid. Thanks for doing this Ali very sorry about the news our best to to Kelvin as well. Speak for everyone. Everyone is bummed out about this. We're looking forward to it. I appreciate you coming on for a few minutes. He will take care. He was. And I have no doubt in my mind. Dana white and you'll see them because they're taking care of my guys sounds good. Thank you Ellie. Let's go back to the phone lines. Now talk to more fans. Breaking news again Robert Whitaker out of tonight's made event. Ernie a- surgery scheduled for Madame moments from now in Melbourne devastating news, not only for the UFC. But for Robert Whitaker who continues to get all these freaking bad breaks time. And again, he had shingles. Prior to the last time that they were in Melbourne with him headlining that card was supposed to be against Luke rock hold now. Just hours before the event he has to pull out and is going under the knife Joseph Detroit. How are you? Good. How about you area? I'm doing okay. Good. I just got a few questions for you that I think they should let the winner of tonight. And Calvin fight for the official title Whitaker should be stripped. It's just my opinion. Well, I wanna see how long he's out for this is definitely a bad break. But I typically like to subscribe to the rule that if you don't defend your title or you're not scheduled to fight within a year. Then you should be stripped in this case he last fought in June. So let's see how far he's out. Let's see how long he's out for. I should say let's see how long of a recovery this is needed. And then let's talk about stripping in. But I think right now, it's a little premature to talk about stripping. Because he pulled out last year knee injury. I think it's better for him. You don't have to take some time off. But my second question is not question opinion. True. They're gonna make McGregor verse Copley for the I think it should be Tony Emporia for the interim. Yeah, that's Donald Surani just talking right now from what I'm hearing the interim belt isn't being discussed. I don't think a belt is needed for that kind of fight. I don't think a belt elevates that kind of fight certainly not an interim title. So at this juncture, I think that's just cowboy talking and look he's going to get the fight. It seems like that's the front runner. I don't think you need to push for an interim thing anyone wants it, quite frankly, I think the interim belt would would almost like soil that that fight. I don't think anyone wants to see an interim belt online. I don't think either guys should be fighting for an interim belt when you have guys like Tony dust emporium ally. Doing what they've done as of late. Let's go back to the phone lines and say Hello to Corey in California, Corey how are you? Hey, I'm good. How you doing? I'm doing. Okay. Some some disappointing news, but we still have a car tonight. But yeah, it's it's a bummer. These things happen from time to time in in mixed martial arts and. I mean, this is a big one especially because it's the Australian who's now out of the card. Yeah. Honestly, like you said before man, I don't know how these injuries happened the day of the fight. How much are you actually doing? Such a serious injury. But I don't know it's fight game. And it happens. But. So my original copies I called about it. Now trying to shake up. I was gonna say do you think that Anderson is? His own legacy a little bit by taking these bigger fights with the much younger guys are like the fights with whatever, obviously, they're bigger fights. And he's a big name. And do you think that you have tarnished by throwing them into a fight with Israel, just because if Anderson, but then it turns around and now Anderson is card having a big name for Israel to fight. So do you think that enersen should lay off he's bigger fights? Or do you think he's finer you think his legacy Jenner hurt in the end after all this look if we're talking about tarnishing legacies? The only thing that's maybe tarnished his legacy. So to speak is the fact that he was caught with PD's twice other than that. I mean, I don't think opponents will tarnish anyone's like seeing fact to meet on the elevates your legacy because you're finding the toughest guys even as you're in your swansong so to speak. I like the fact that he's taken this fight. Everyone thought it was a mistake. It's an opponent that he thinks he could beat he's fourteen years older. He feels like maybe he's not as experiences him. Maybe he hasn't fought the kind of competition that he's. So I don't think this is. I mean, imagine he pulls it off great story George Foreman. It's like Randy tour all over again. So I honestly don't think that he's tarnishing his legacy on this one. Let's go to one quick call before we take another break Hamilton, Ohio. What's up man areas? A pleasure speaking with you. I want to go back to the UC days, or so I started hearing your voice. Boy that was handled by the UFC. I am so proud that you've come to where you had with the hard work. You've done to put yourself in today's position. Thank you know, as far as what's happening transplanted melborn sad. And that's the core. So the nature of the game. My question to you is at forty three year old is now put himself in position we he's probably going to be having to save this card. I understand that. There's not a lot of four weeks on your old man at his weight. They can do anything except maybe defend themselves. Does he really have a chance to see wing? And do you see this only in the heavyweight World War forty yours can compete one or two times? This gentleman is not tarnishing his world. It just a building him being allowed to do this because of his name and his past of fighting really realistically can this man really compete at this level with this young kid. I mean that remains to be seen. I don't think it's a bad matchup firm. In fact, I'd say he's too big of an underdog. I'm curious to see if he can turn back the clock tonight. But yeah, it's a great call to great point. The best news is this flight hasn't been canceled. So we're about to find out in a matter of moments in a matter of hours, whether or not Anderson Silva can hang with Israel to Sonya after the break. We're going to be joined by my colleague, my partner shell son. And he's in Melbourne. I want to get his take on things. He knows coming gasoline almost better than anyone. He was the one who drafted him on the ultimate fighter way. Back when devastating news Robert Whittaker's out of tonight's UFC two thirty four main event. And I just got details about how it all went down. I'll tell you about all that and more right after the break. You're listening to Hawaii's may show right here on ESPN radio and ESPN app this

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"kuban" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"kuban" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"And if there's a bug you gotta wait and follow the massive Kuban Netease released process, and maybe they don't wanna open source code in some cases, so together with the vendor community in Kuban Indies at that time wasn't super mature. So what we did was. We partnered with other cluster orchestrators cluding Mazo cloud foundry Docker Docker swarm at the time. We all got together and decided we're going to create a standard called the container storage interface and the purpose of this was to have one standard for how a storage system. A storage vendor? Could plug their storage into a cluster. Orchestrator a cluster orchestrator being coober netties Mazo Docker swarm, cloud foundry and that works started about two years ago, and we're very happy to announce. That CSI went one point. Oh this last month and coober Nettie is one point thirteen pushed CSI support two G A. And what this allows now is that vendors can basically develop new extensions news for new storage systems independently of the Kuban Eddie's release the way that they develop them is basically just like any other coober nineties application. It's containerized there is an interface that's defined they implement that interface, and they deploy on coober Nettie is using the Kuban as primitives that exist just do acute cuddle apply. And now support for a new storage system exists within coober Netease and Kuban eighties is able to allow application developers to begin to use new new kinds of storage without having to modify the core kluber, Netease code. So if you're a cluster administrator previously, you were limited to the set of storage plug ins that shipped with coober nineties, you were of course, responsible for setting.

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"kuban" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"kuban" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"And if there's a bug you gotta wait and follow the massive Kuban Netease released process, and maybe they don't wanna open source code in some cases, so together with the vendor community in Kuban Indies at that time wasn't super mature. So what we did was. We partnered with other cluster orchestrators cluding Mazo cloud foundry Docker Docker swarm at the time. We all got together and decided we're going to create a standard called the container storage interface and the purpose of this was to have one standard for how a storage system. A storage vendor? Could plug their storage into a cluster. Orchestrator a cluster orchestrator being coober netties Mazo Docker swarm, cloud foundry and that works started about two years ago, and we're very happy to announce. That CSI went one point. Oh this last month and coober Nettie is one point thirteen pushed CSI support two G A. And what this allows now is that vendors can basically develop new extensions news for new storage systems independently of the Kuban Eddie's release the way that they develop them is basically just like any other coober nineties application. It's containerized there is an interface that's defined they implement that interface, and they deploy on coober Nettie is using the Kuban as primitives that exist just do acute cuddle apply. And now support for a new storage system exists within coober Netease and Kuban eighties is able to allow application developers to begin to use new new kinds of storage without having to modify the core kluber, Netease code. So if you're a cluster administrator previously, you were limited to the set of storage plug ins that shipped with coober nineties, you were of course, responsible for setting.

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UK opposition leader denies calling PM May a 'stupid woman'

24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

UK opposition leader denies calling PM May a 'stupid woman'

"Thousand eighteen more Brexit drama in Britain. Now, the main opposition leader to Prime Minister Theresa may is facing calls to apologize after he was accused of calling her a stupid woman in the house of Commons. Labor party leader. Jeremy Kuban was caught on camera. Appearing to monitor the insult joining the prime minister's weekly question and answer session. Corbin spokesman insists the labour leader had said stupid people in reference to lawmakers on the governing conservative side, Cullens speaker, John berko said he had not seen the exchanging question. But would look at the evidence and report back to the house later in the day. The instant has echoes of Donald Trump branding rival, Hillary Clinton, a nasty woman showing the two thousand sixteen

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"kuban" Discussed on Talking Politics

Talking Politics

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"kuban" Discussed on Talking Politics

"It's not like that this discontent with globalization, it's consequences if that's what it is can simply be set. Okay, that's crazy Republican politics because it's something that the Democrats participated in very strongly themselves implications messages. He says the Republican party used to know what they stood for. He actually says that they used to mean something. Now it's not clear what it means says. That's. That's charge that can be thrown back. The Democrats I want to ask a question about British politics because I'm not trying to sort of make this excessively provocative, but I do think there are parallels between the dilemma of some labor politicians and peas in relation to Kuban and some Republicans in relation to Trump not trying to compare the agendas in any way. But just that question of if you'll stand for election in a party that you believe maybe has been taken over by forces where you share some of the values and you concern me want to win elections, but there are some things that you find really, really hard to swallow. How do you present yourself to the public? I think they're all potentially parallels there for Republicans who don't support Trump want Republicans to win elections and deliver some of the things that Trump has delivering. Is there a shed dilemma when your party's been taken over by a leader who is not your not your first choice? Believe it says and thinks. That you really find hard to stomach, but you have to stand under that, obviously, is at the same time, I think the differences in the systems for me really dominate over that. So you know, as an American is as a member of the house of representatives or Senator, you've got a lot of freedom from president who is elected directly. You can build.

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"kuban" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"kuban" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"And I think also tensor flow and airflow and red is, and so in it's based on sort of what's a good fit for coober Netease plus, what is their sort of immediate demand for in had dupe isn't yet, you know, it isn't a. Fit for Cooper, nutty. So I think that hasn't that is sort of at the level where we're integrating with it, but not really running it spark is and has been a very good fit. And so we have native support for spark and Kuban Eddie's is a native spit scheduler for spark. And then clustered databases obviously are natural fit or customer data stores are natural fit for Kuban Eddie's, but then also things like my sequel cockroach db and things that are Maria DB kind of more traditional kind of databases as well. And then of course, red is elastic search. These are things that people tend to use very commonly with what they're building on. Kuban is I think over time we may find that Kuban Eddie's expands to be a more universal platform that certainly come a long way already. It may expand in other ways to be more universal platform. They're still more engineering, I think to be done. How has your role changed as the Kuban Eddie's project has scaled my role will I lead chronic for Cooper Netease, and it has been an extremely exciting ride. I would say I've enjoyed very much bringing this project in this product up and being there in the early days in bringing it up to kind of a more mature project where there are there's getting to be widespread usage. My role I would say in my team's role has shifted from guiding the initial technology working very closely with engineering to bring some of the innovation to market and explaining the innovation and changing mindsets, evangelizing, and kind of describing the benefits of containerization the benefits of this platform. You know, the everything we talked about here with regard to utilization and agility and portability. These were things that weren't obvious people were very rooted in VM's and two years ago. These things weren't very obvious in. So we worked on a lot of demos in use cases into to'real 's to teach users about this and also to learn about user environments to see how this technology could fit in. But I think in the last year. Year and a half that has shifted to actually use. There's no, and they come to us in, they tell us, you know, hey, I got high utilization. I'm being very productive like, okay, that's great. And what we're working on is, okay, how do we understand the enterprise requirements? How do we understand all of the security capabilities and build those capabilities and going back in and working with our engineering team to really prioritize and really understand the enterprise environment in which nutty is used? What are the other things that Kuban it is useful? What are the network constraints? What are the storage constraints? What are the traditional sort of hardware and legacy software that is is needs to interface with what are the things that we need to build to make it simpler for a new class of developers who, or maybe data scientists that are going to be using Cooper, nutty? How do we make it simpler for them to use the both at the towards the lower end of the stack, as well as at the top end of the stack, we've been innovating as a product team to get that under. Standing of the customer and build that roadmap for the product for Kuban Edison, and especially for GE to start to move into mainstream production regulated, highly secure enterprise environments, oftentimes in on premise use cases or in use cases that span enterprise and cloud an end, making it easier to use for a wet or class of developers. So those are the the ways in which my job has changed. And you know, I come from an enterprise software background, so I naturally gravitated towards, you know, making this software worked for large enterprises, providing a higher Soleil, increasing the security and reliability getting it into on premise environments and making sure that hybrid works well. But then we've also been innovating on the on the developer efficiency and the developer ease of use side of decay and Kuban Edison general. Now to some degree coober netties is you could just let Cooper Netease take take..

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"kuban" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"kuban" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"And I think also tensor flow and airflow and red is, and so in it's based on sort of what's a good fit for coober Netease plus, what is their sort of immediate demand for in had dupe isn't yet, you know, it isn't a. Fit for Cooper, nutty. So I think that hasn't that is sort of at the level where we're integrating with it, but not really running it spark is and has been a very good fit. And so we have native support for spark and Kuban Eddie's is a native spit scheduler for spark. And then clustered databases obviously are natural fit or customer data stores are natural fit for Kuban Eddie's, but then also things like my sequel cockroach db and things that are Maria DB kind of more traditional kind of databases as well. And then of course, red is elastic search. These are things that people tend to use very commonly with what they're building on. Kuban is I think over time we may find that Kuban Eddie's expands to be a more universal platform that certainly come a long way already. It may expand in other ways to be more universal platform. They're still more engineering, I think to be done. How has your role changed as the Kuban Eddie's project has scaled my role will I lead chronic for Cooper Netease, and it has been an extremely exciting ride. I would say I've enjoyed very much bringing this project in this product up and being there in the early days in bringing it up to kind of a more mature project where there are there's getting to be widespread usage. My role I would say in my team's role has shifted from guiding the initial technology working very closely with engineering to bring some of the innovation to market and explaining the innovation and changing mindsets, evangelizing, and kind of describing the benefits of containerization the benefits of this platform. You know, the everything we talked about here with regard to utilization and agility and portability. These were things that weren't obvious people were very rooted in VM's and two years ago. These things weren't very obvious in. So we worked on a lot of demos in use cases into to'real 's to teach users about this and also to learn about user environments to see how this technology could fit in. But I think in the last year. Year and a half that has shifted to actually use. There's no, and they come to us in, they tell us, you know, hey, I got high utilization. I'm being very productive like, okay, that's great. And what we're working on is, okay, how do we understand the enterprise requirements? How do we understand all of the security capabilities and build those capabilities and going back in and working with our engineering team to really prioritize and really understand the enterprise environment in which nutty is used? What are the other things that Kuban it is useful? What are the network constraints? What are the storage constraints? What are the traditional sort of hardware and legacy software that is is needs to interface with what are the things that we need to build to make it simpler for a new class of developers who, or maybe data scientists that are going to be using Cooper, nutty? How do we make it simpler for them to use the both at the towards the lower end of the stack, as well as at the top end of the stack, we've been innovating as a product team to get that under. Standing of the customer and build that roadmap for the product for Kuban Edison, and especially for GE to start to move into mainstream production regulated, highly secure enterprise environments, oftentimes in on premise use cases or in use cases that span enterprise and cloud an end, making it easier to use for a wet or class of developers. So those are the the ways in which my job has changed. And you know, I come from an enterprise software background, so I naturally gravitated towards, you know, making this software worked for large enterprises, providing a higher Soleil, increasing the security and reliability getting it into on premise environments and making sure that hybrid works well. But then we've also been innovating on the on the developer efficiency and the developer ease of use side of decay and Kuban Edison general. Now to some degree coober netties is you could just let Cooper Netease take take..

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"kuban" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"kuban" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Oh i think join so there's gabe in then there's brennan burns who worked on kuban eddie's they're actually a part of the core right brennan burns open source guy but he came to work for microsoft yes he's the director and gave runs the the team okay waking on ks and so we have some of the core founders of the of the projects actually working here which is really cool we learn what is helm helmet's away to use a template to basically declared a wli install and get to a desired state of what's in your clusters let's say i want to have a side car running a particular logging agent i would declare that in helm it's almost like it's almost like a boot or package manager but for a cluster right it's the manifest that describes how the cluster is going to behave you can figure ports you can figure what is publicly exposed versus privately exposed so you know if you want your agent assessed right and it's also becoming kind of unit of extensively in sharing so you see that a lot of common to policies or rigs or just app type so now described as helm charts and you can go recreate an entire distributed application using a home china i think it's worth mentioning i can't remember we said it or not so politics from repeating it but it's a templeton language for then generating the committee's manifest so you can author your kuban eddie's manifests right and then i could check that in and now when you want to change three things when you go.

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"kuban" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"kuban" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Oh i think join so there's gabe in then there's brennan burns who worked on kuban eddie's they're actually a part of the core right brennan burns open source guy but he came to work for microsoft yes he's the director and gave runs the the team okay waking on ks and so we have some of the core founders of the of the projects actually working here which is really cool we learn what is helm helmet's away to use a template to basically declared a wli install and get to a desired state of what's in your clusters let's say i want to have a side car running a particular logging agent i would declare that in helm it's almost like it's almost like a boot or package manager but for a cluster right it's the manifest that describes how the cluster is going to behave you can figure ports you can figure what is publicly exposed versus privately exposed so you know if you want your agent assessed right and it's also becoming kind of unit of extensively in sharing so you see that a lot of common to policies or rigs or just app type so now described as helm charts and you can go recreate an entire distributed application using a home china i think it's worth mentioning i can't remember we said it or not so politics from repeating it but it's a templeton language for then generating the committee's manifest so you can author your kuban eddie's manifests right and then i could check that in and now when you want to change three things when you go.

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No injuries after shots fired in parking lot of Kitchener high school

Charlotte's Saturday Morning News with Don Russell

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

No injuries after shots fired in parking lot of Kitchener high school

"Lane very moist and we will keep rain chances today scattered thunderstorms are possible up to around eighty early patchy fog scattered thunderstorms early tonight cloudy skies late overnight low sixty eight tomorrow cloudy stray shower thunderstorm in eighty four may see a stray shower thunderstorm for our monday i'm jeff eno from the weather channel news talk eleven ninety nine three w bt we've got sixty nine degrees in rock hill at sixty eight degrees in huntersville we've got sixty eight degrees under cloudy skies and uptown charlotte officials say seventeen year old dmitri it's pagor is charged with capital murder in the deaths of those ten people at santa fe high school also planned to kill himself authorities say he posted an image on facebook of born to kill shirt and used his father shotgun and pistol in that rampage ten people were also wounded police in clayton county south of atlanta say one person was killed and another wounded in a shooting between people who just attended a high school graduation ceremony texas trade with safety chief says the shots were fired at mount zion in high school parking lot after an argument between people and passenger jet crashed shortly after takeoff in cuba on friday few survivors have been found among the wreckage the plane is a boeing seven thirtyseven it had just left the airport outside havana before it crashed abc's david curly covers the story the jet heading to the other end of the island was leased from a mexican company state owned kuban airlines had grounded many of its own aircraft due to maintenance.

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House fails to pass farm bill because of fight over immigration

The Takeaway

02:14 min | 2 years ago

House fails to pass farm bill because of fight over immigration

"Beneficial isd officer was wounded explosive devices were located inside the school and suspicious material was discovered in the surrounding area nearby residents are warned to be on the lookout the father of one santa fe student told houston station ktar k that his son could hear the repeated racking of a shotgun and empty shells hitting the floor as the attack ensued wade goodwin npr news the trump administration plans to roll out a reagan era rule that would bar federal funding for women's health providers if they offer or even talk about abortion as an option npr sarah mccamman has more entitled ten it's about a two hundred sixty million dollar a year program and in many places and many states planned parenthood which of course does provide abortions is the largest or one of the largest providers of care through title ten that's npr's sarah mccamman a key block of conservatives in the gop control house is blocking passage of the eight hundred sixty seven billion dollar farm bill happened today over an unrelated fight involving immigration more from npr's kelsey snell thirty members of the influential house freedom caucus voted against the farm bill because leaders wouldn't guarantee a speedy vote on a strict immigration bill conservatives want to vote on legislation that goes beyond previous republican immigration proposals it would crack down on illegal border crossings and curb legal immigration that's kelsey snell reporting and investigations underway into a plane crash involving a cuban state run airline shortly after takeoff no official confirmation on injuries or deaths npr's carrie kahn says the boeing seven thirtyseven was carrying more than one hundred people when it went down near the jose marti airport in havana the plane which was rented by kuban airlines crashed into a farm field just after takeoff around noon local time the plane was headed to the nearby city of old photos from the scene shell flames and heavy black smoke omitting from the wreckage as firefighters tried to douse it with water according to the associated press government officials including the newly appointed president miguel the canal rushed to the scene as well as a large number first responders state media say a foreign crew was operating the plane but did not elaborate kubina airlines has been renting planes since many of its aging aircraft have been taken out of service.

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"kuban" Discussed on Remainiacs – the Brexit Podcast

Remainiacs – the Brexit Podcast

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"kuban" Discussed on Remainiacs – the Brexit Podcast

"So one would expect on that basis the air is london arguing to give them a good slap around i'm may not like and i very much doubt the many of our listeners like the posture that jeremy kuban is adopted brexit of this period but throughout they have been quite funny enough quite sort of cynical and quite strategic and thinking where always at least one step closer to remain than the conservatives are with still brexit but we're one step closer to rain and for most londoners i suspect who don't really see much of a go on the lib dem's or the greens will probably think you know what that's enough and so we'll come out of it with such massive you'll have a party that's fundamentally at in terms of the leadership not the mp's radio people in the back benches and not the membership and not vote is nevertheless a party that supports brexit getting a lot of these anti brexit vote and we won't really know what went into it how much of it was a labor vote how much vote for counselor how much vote for the issue itself on top of that let's say if labor doesn't do quite as well as expected in a few of the councils it doesn't take traffic in greater manchester from the conservatives it doesn't take overall control tower hamlets summit like that will then be left arguing is that because labor levers are annoyed labor for going soft on brexit as they would sit or is it because labor remains feel labor just isn't going far enough and they stayed at home we won't we'd have to a further set of polling presumably to find out what it wants that didn't produce enough of labor turn out on the day in those particular barriers so we will we'll be speculating wonder if we're just project are pre existing political opinions.

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"kuban" Discussed on Google Cloud Platform Podcast

Google Cloud Platform Podcast

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"kuban" Discussed on Google Cloud Platform Podcast

"Fairly google centric but open to submissions of improvements who reneges malls much more open than that it's really the community is actually moderating the important changes and we gave up the trademark meetings at the foundation owns the trademark not google the consequence of that which is very intentional is that we can't retract the use of the trademark just because you're competing with us or just because we don't like the way you're doing it right so as an enterprise it kind of means that you know coober netease and you're right to use it is not revoke able at google's win nice nice slightly different tracked is there anything you're excited to learn about in the next year or two anything particular that you would love to explore especially if you had the time for it sure i kind of feel like i'm consistently behind on machine learning it's not that i don't know quite a bit about what she learned actually do it's another space this moving very quickly and i don't see how anyone could keep up with both kuban indies and machine learning and do it offensively that's why we're both here so i i have some homework to do on that front and i have some actual test project i'd like to do at some point but i'm not getting to them so we'll see where that goes see when that happens by the time you probably get to them something we'll have been built to be able to just automated for you or take care of it for you at that point i can't say one funny thing though which is that when i learned about a in school is kind of a mess of topic including expert systems but one of the topic was neural nets which then went out of favor for quite a long time.

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"kuban" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"kuban" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Application kuban as eight systems essentially a low level systems application for managing your cloud resources managing your containers across your different nodes in the pods within those nodes and the containers within those pods why was coober nettie is written and go this one is probably a better question for the people who worked on the team but vaguely remember hearing that when they were looking at trying to build an open source version of borg which is what cooper netease is based off of and that's the orchestrator that google uses internally to schedule out containers they were looking at more modern languages and you know of course go you know being created inside google i think had some appeal and addition to it can currency primitives in this data compilers action and is just sort of took off and there was probably the fact that it leverage docker under the hood in the beginning there was probably some degree of using go because docker also uses go but i wasn't involved in that decision so you know it's a lot of speculation there fair enough you eventually wrote a book on go this is go in action what did you learn about the language while writing go in action that's a good question that was a few years ago now since we wrote the book but i can tell you that i know go better because of writing a book it's really interesting when you think that you know topic really well but then you want to write about it or speak about it you do a lot more research to make sure that your speaking accurately and dug through a lot of compiler and standard library just to kind of make sure that we're presenting topics right way but even outside of writing the book there was a lot of because everybody was new to go it took a few years for a lot of idioms and best practices to kind of you fall and there were common mistakes that a lot of people including myself made from the very gecko like i over overused the crap out of channels when i first started you know i was like oh i don't need mute texas that's what channels are for and there's still a degree of using new texas right you know if you're just trying to manage st with inside say a struct like a mutaqi is probably your best bet right a channel is more about passing control of data between you know two processes what are some other less of managing concurrently intelligently in go that you learned while reading in the book i think there's a lot of when we look at some of these things like learning best practices some of the things are you know how to intelligently stop go routine so you don't end up leaking them they don't spit out there and run forever when you do things like fan out fan in and you want to cancel a request you know how to do those things and there was a lot of patterns that emerge there now we have the context package which makes it much easier to do that i i wish i sat down and made a list of all these flood fails because i know i've made a ton of mistakes and i know i look at code i wrote back in two thousand eleven two thousand twelve.

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"kuban" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"kuban" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Yeah but i think the the main reason for they they moved to kuban as was actually for operational reasons in the cost were just additional benefits but i don't know if you have any principles for wind people should migrate infrastructure because of cost management the modern way to move forward with hosting and deploying an operations is these containerized management systems such as communities we're doing this to we're migrating all orchestration software which we originally wrote in python scripts and in perl scripts to manage how each of the nodes are connecting with each other and coup bonetti's star takes care of all that for you mix it so much easier your your cost on on manpower goes down we've noticed that we don't have to deal with certain things anymore it's we have half of our infrastructure on it now dispassionately win your have many different compute patterns they're not homogeneous right there simply this you've got one kind of process that takes a lot of ran this other one is very cpu hungry this one uses a lot of network what you get to do with cuba nowadays is sort of shove all those different compute patterns into a single box you can leverage what you're paying for like you're paying for this ec two bucks at has all these capabilities ten gig network you know bunch of gigs ram a little bit disk you know some cpu in our current workload profile for some of our systems only uses one of those things in the bottle neck is hit you don't want to have to co two like your application to use all those things if it can't cause just how it works if you could instead destroy other workloads at it be a coup bonetti's it knows how to distribute that and give you the best bang for your buck we found it gave us the same thing you're describing.

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"kuban" Discussed on About to Review

About to Review

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"kuban" Discussed on About to Review

"To the animation style the stop motion animation this was flat out breathtaking animation not just with the stop motion animation from the dogs and the hair the way that it moves but in so many of the scenes win these characters are crying or are about to cry the texture of those tears as you're watching this was phenomenal we know these are puppets we know that these are creatures that are manipulated and they're put in different positions and an animator a team of animators is making them do these things but watching it and watching tears kind of well up in these characters is blew me away i mean it was just it was tremendous and it was done it's such a different style such a more advanced i'll then one of my favorite movies which is nightmare before christmas when characters cried there it was just such a different style of stop motion animation but it was kind of these big kind of clunky tears but it fit within that world this the clarity and the texture of these watery tears that well up in there is in multiple characters both dog and human when it happens it was tremendous incredible incredible animation and it also makes the animation style similar to kuban the two strings where yes there are some green screen elements to this movie but it is mainly in the background of the shot and there's a phenomenal anybody who listen to this podcast knows that i love behind the scenes features you can walk to behind this feature actually put a link to it in the description of this episode where you can watch the.

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"kuban" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

Homo Sapiens

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"kuban" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

"Speaking of kuban when we went to the houses of parliament the gay times came with us and we got some highlights in that conversation that we had with them and cope in including how he loved to see a trends politician in parliament and sex education and sex education in schools and he also lays into trump and homophobia committee your idea which things berlin on new section of home sapiens text om whole of the week when hold of the week said well out of the week is the worm hole sweeping down because we were guilty yes what is yours being my well hello the week this week has been jesse j on the chinese talent show yes which is blowing my mind she sings as i have nothing just watch it sick there's like the culture is so alien to me and and i would i do you have to know more about chinese coach but the the contestants that terrifies 'cause they cut to the contestants while she singing furnaces one woman she sort of dressed very tradition his should order and she's just amazing in a desperate to hear her saying but then i went to jesse jay lagging off some one and then i got to reach or riyadh i started a jesse j on a chinese talent show on a ended up with 10 celebrities who dared light taylor swift my worm hole of the week has been an easy bay based women home i'm trying to find a lump from my whole way.

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"kuban" Discussed on CodePen Radio

CodePen Radio

33:24 min | 3 years ago

"kuban" Discussed on CodePen Radio

"kuban" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"kuban" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"You know stafel workloads on the kuban as environments and rook shows up there too i want to end our conversation with a bit of an exploration on the longer term impact of kouba nettie since you're so deeply into this environment to me it seems like kouba netties is going to have a profound impact on the relationship between different cloud providers it seems like there are going to be a host of new business models that earn abled bikoo brunetti slick new types of companies that can be started because we have a unified of basically in a you a distributor operating system that every cloud provider is running so what are the longterm impacts that kuban as is going to have an water the business models the people are going to build while i'm i'm one of those people i am i got so cited by the space that i had left my job started company now around this so yes i'll tell you i'm looking at it so so you're exactly right eight for the first time in the history of the cloud we now are standing in a point where we have a common set of abstractions on top of all infrastructure and that's a very profound place to be you could provision infrastructure today using the kuban at his api and that is available in every cloud vendor and on bear metal and really almost everywhere at this point right so think about what that means that means that if i wanted to deploy a set of containers in that are running an application i can do that in the same way regardless of the cloud vendor i choose or whether i'm going to do it on bear metal or i'm going to do that in a hybrid environment it's exactly the same operation that i would do on all of them.

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"kuban" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"kuban" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"It was have handled this very badly we nami of exempts whole over department was not a good idea it has not worked you now see them trying to recreate the old number ten such cavanaugh office structure for dealing with the eu again anna is what for foot t on on on the resignation of bubka's lake is the head of it the king's nhs hostile trust in london in that this guy was head of home civil service and it now turns out what he's not competent to run and nhs hospital trust reward does that tell us about the quality of for leadership and while i mean is re quite dummy that's just talk about bubka's lake quickly katie he made a big noise over the weekend about stepping down and then it was suggested ashley he'd already been told to guy is there anything that's damaging in this for the government am i mean i think festive focusing the thing is he is well known to be advising german cool bitten on unit the transition if they watch for come government which means that already the sting has taken a slight because not only can you say oh that laborleaning that i actively seemed to be helping a kuban government emissions poverty a step further i think what is damage and this is a similar thing happened live at a milton on the resignation is numbers hand to see a bit behind the curve on these things if you of radio asking people to consider that positions she would he could see that they might go at un the swan don's where they can and light to take the most political capital they can from seven tannen spin on the rain times yet they keep soon to be cool side if that is ready was happening i've been following momentum on instagram behest unite my life isn't exciting enough already and i noticed that they were making quite a big deal of boca's lake you with a little filter into the.

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