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Back to School With the President of the NEA

The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

02:25 min | 10 months ago

Back to School With the President of the NEA

"When we talk about how you having an up close and personal view you really did with your family leading the nea. And i really appreciate you hitting on the point. That teachers are also parents. Because i think so. Many people forgot that they're just not here. You know schooling your kids. They also have to do the same for years. So when the pandemic hit. Let's go back to the beginning. What were you immediately thinking when you knew that. The majority of teachers and students couldn't be in physical classrooms in. How was that going. To impact education system in our i immediately started thinking about the disparate impact and that showed up right away but used the irony of the timing for me is that The nea had just convened over sixty groups education group civil rights groups at the end of february february twenty twenty. We combine them in a coalition that we called the homework gap coalition because we had so many students and families who did not have access to the internet who did not have technology tools that they had at home and we already knew that they were going home and coming back to school with a gab of opportunity because so much of the homework now required that they had that connectivity and are black and brown indigenous students did not have that mpm lease did not have that accident so we have put together this coalition to to address that and to demand from the federal government that they allocate funds to close that gap within a month. It was no longer about the homework out. It was about the learning and access to the classroom. Gap that again. Disparately impacted are black and brown digital students are students. Living in poverty are students with disabilities in our marginalized communities that had always all ready and always been impacted by these inequities. Now all of a sudden they're very access to learning had been cut off from them their access to meals. You saw that you saw that on full

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"mpm " Discussed on TAKE THE PLUNGE with Pavin Orpiana

TAKE THE PLUNGE with Pavin Orpiana

02:09 min | 10 months ago

"mpm " Discussed on TAKE THE PLUNGE with Pavin Orpiana

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"mpm " Discussed on AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

02:44 min | 10 months ago

"mpm " Discussed on AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

"Admission will no longer be a pilot after what happened to him a little ways ago. A gentleman named dennis collier from michigan flew to california to pick up seawind that he had purchased and amazingly lived to tell the tale of crashing seven times in seven days in four different states. Yeah it's pretty amazing by the way if you've ever seen what a c. Win three thousand looks like i. I recommend highly. You go to google image search right now in punch that in and see what it looks like. It's it's a weird looking aircraft but that aside the final crash is the end of the saga because it is the aircraft is currently at the bottom of one of the great lakes. I believe yes. Yeah it's in lake michigan just up the autographs of weeks the greatest of great lakes indeed and there. It will probably stay. Because i don't think anyone either has the inclination or the money to get it out of the water but talking about this. We really can't do it just there. There's a great a great right up in the record eagle about this gentleman and his ill-fated adventure any time that you have to talk to faa investigators multiple times in the same week for different crashes probably not a great week. Yeah so so. The gentleman the punchline or the kicker i guess of the story is that he's decided to to hang up his headset for good. Which given the story is probably for the best. The link in the show notes. You should read. The entire article is fascinating and bizarre and horrifying what happened. I'm glad that the gentleman is okay. I'm also glad that that. I will never have never had the chance to fly with him. Because i i definitely do not want to do so. I mean i think the airplane. They've been cursed the airplane him. Some i don't know what's going on but i'm staying as far away from that. I can glick. Michigan might be cursed. Now i don't know there's a bunch of planes at the bottom of lake michigan. So you know what are you gonna do. What's what's another one. I guess i don't know this point but yeah anyway so stay with no one hundred twenty three there. It is yes indeed episode one hundred and twenty three of talk. I- mpm petchinik here as always with chechen rabinowitz. Thanks for listening..

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"mpm " Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

04:08 min | 10 months ago

"mpm " Discussed on CarCast

"That's this is the event they would sit down with and go. What are you guys have. That's new coming up because we want to build this dodge dart. We want to build this camaro and somebody goes. We've got new. Efi system we've got new engine swap kits oil pancakes for the that work on this car. Okay we let's make that work. Let's do it together. So that's what the event is and the speed dating aspect of it is forty manufacturers fifty manufacturers shope in this hotel and every thirty minutes they basically ring a bell and new dart off into the next meeting. The manufacturer stay put and has media. I would haul ass from one room to the next to the next the next this year it was. It was a virtual version of it. Now i'm just gonna say this out loud virtual sema show that was Happened for last year. That sucked okay. I didn't even understand what was going on. It was a couple of releases it was like a few press releases on a website that was that was useless. It made me sad. It brought a tear to my. I couldn't find. I couldn't find the product information that i wanted to whatever happened. The technology basically just got rebooted or a new vendor came in for the mci and it was fucking cool at work. I would even go so far to say. I wouldn't mind if that was the new normal. If i can do that. Mpm event virtually it literally was the same hotel in the meeting. Rooms and i would click in. There was a few little flaws like you can jump into. Somebody's meeting announced at people. Like what are you. Who are you and everyone's on camera and you're like what are you doing here. There's a little bit of that but that software the way that worked specially the first time. I think it was really good. It was ninety eight percent there where the ceo version was two percent there. We had to put that software together in less than ninety days. We had to go from having our sema show in an august. We're told we're not having it. And by the way can you put up virtual show together and make it work. It was it was an effort so it. But i should mention that the sema show. Of course see it's a to business right. It's not a consumer show. So you have to be in the industry you have to match buyers and sellers and i think that's gonna be done person. I still i subscribe to the fact that It's it's like people buy from people in it's it's not just product you've got to have a good product but i've always believed that it's it's that relationship as well right and to to see and touch a new bumper or new supercharge our our new errand take and to see and hear from the guy directly into understand and to be able to ask questions to see it live. There's just still nothing. Like honestly i. I agree with that as well. Bill and i started hard seltzer company this past year and we've got consultants and specialists. That are working on it and you know the guy would call me up. And say hey. We're talking to a manufacturer and you know he's in colorado and he doesn't think he can do it. We think it's a good fit. And and i said great. Let me let me talk to them. I call them up. And i said i'll be there in forty eight hours and i flew out there and we got our product made and that was it. I said let's come out. I'm gonna come out. I'm going to to your facility. Let's have a talk. I want to tell you about the company. Only tied by the passion. The company let's go out to dinner. Let's have a let's you know. Let's not make this deal with an eighteen minute phone call. Yeah and that's how we get it done. I totally agree but my my dad was a bartender downtown. La restaurant in he developed so many relationships with so many people over the years. And i've always kind of where everybody knows your name right. Yeah you'll go to the local place and the food may only be okay and all that when when you walk in. They say matt. How are you in house the car and all that you'll do that everyday.

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"mpm " Discussed on The Changelog

The Changelog

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"mpm " Discussed on The Changelog

"That eventually resolves to value so one of the really nice aspects in dino is that everything is organized as promises. It's kind of promises all the way down. There's not kind of random called docks that happened throughout the system. This was actually a pretty big designing mistake. I forget if i did discuss this or how. I discussed this in the talk but web sockets are on my mind right now because we're doing a lot with web sockets web sockets have this on message callback right right and one of the problems with this is that you can't really stop the system from giving your new messages you can just get flooded with these call-backs. There's no way to kind of throttle this incoming stuff and so because of the inability to stop these new messages coming in through this web socket. You can get into really bad situations where you're always handling the newest web socket message because you're getting flooded from this one socket say and this is not specific to web sockets. This happens in different parts of the system. That's quite bad this. This actually causes pretty this manifested itself in kind of bad tail latency situations where usually the system is fine except under pressure when lights suddenly like one part of the system is getting flooded with these call backs and so you start getting really badly ince's web sockets in particular. There's a new standard out called web sockets streams which addresses this allowing you to create some back pressure. That is to not accept the newest message. If you're not ready to handle it and in general this acing away paradigm syntax and the usage of promises everywhere. Generally kind of solves this problem because as long as you're always getting these promises in your awaiting them you're kind of stopped at a certain line. You're not kind of unbounded louis accepting new call backs from the system. Anyway that's all they say that dino promises all the way down and so kind of from the fundamental layer we've tried to deal with this back pressure problem Another big differentiator is the package. Management story tells about how dino the world of packages so. Yeah i would bring this back to. In general dino is trying to use web. api's we try not to introduce invented. Api's like i had to do in two thousand nine. When i started node there's just a lot of api's that were you know there was no module system so we invented this require syntax to link to javascript files together. Es modules ecmascript modules is a standard. Now this is part of the new java script standard which defines import and export sure. You guys are familiar with it and this works in web browsers these days. These imports and exports in ways to link different files together. And the way that this works on the web is you can actually do import a url from not just a relative you are l. a. absolutely are l. exists on a different server. And so you can actually pull in code. You know if if you think of like a h. e. l. page and script tags script so i have a link to each. Gps query dot org slash query version. One point two dodge. That's how he used to do back in the day. We just have our script sources and you just have your list of sources and everything was so simple which is quite nice right. I mean it's it's really nice to have a html file and just drop in a link to the j. query cdn and suddenly have that that available without having to do a whole whole thing thoroughly installation procedure anyway. Dino is built around the idea that we think this is sufficient actually to link remote code. Together i mean the problem is really. I've got code. That i'm developing locally and i really want to include some third party library. How do i do that in the notes system. You would download that third party code into a node modules folder and this require system in knows how to look into this note modules folder. So when you do require express it looks in the local directory node. Modules looks kerr the express folder. And you know it has some special knowledge about looking up package. Jason and looking up index has kind of this algorithm of find what module you're referring to there and we've basically done away with all of that we've just said you know if you've got code that you're working on locally than you you saw that in your your local folder and that's yours to deal with and if you wanna linked to some third party code you can of course download it into a vendor folder if you wanted to and dot slash relative include relative import that but you can also just import the remote. Url the h. e. p. r. module system is really the web browsers module system which is exactly hdp. We don't have unlike n. p. m. which has a specific protocol for distributing packages. You have to ask the mpm server. The latest packages get linked to the tar ball. Download the tar ball. We don't define a protocol like that. We just have h. e. p. and you can download javascript or typescript a cheap. What are the advantages of that. Then if pulling a models safer mpm for example the stability of being able to make those mpm for example and being being able to. I suppose sit there and wait like some bite. In what are the advantages. I suppose of that system over this older one. Obviously it's you know modern in terms of the way the web browsers working but one of the specific you know decks that experience kind of advantages. There get has the effect of filling in media. And there's nothing to install ahead of time because the dino system itself actually takes care of downloading. And so i would say the fact is that you can have scripts that are single files in not generally at minimum need to have a package. Jason and your java script filed.

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"mpm " Discussed on Frequencia Urbana Podcast

Frequencia Urbana Podcast

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"mpm " Discussed on Frequencia Urbana Podcast

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"mpm " Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"mpm " Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Vaccinations. The bill was filed by state Senator Diana is oddly overthrew in. This comes amid frustration about the state's vaccine roll out, especially the vaccine website where some residents had to wait hours in order to try to make an appointment. MPM Springfield is donating food and heated tent to the American Medical Response team for 30 days Mass Live reports The donations will be given to the covert testing location at the East Field Mall in Springfield as the A M R continues to work on the front lines of the pandemic. The testing site is part of the state's stop The spread initiative. That location in Springfield, along with Fenway Park in Gillette, right now aren't mass vaccination sites in the Commonwealth coming up on WBZ, the latest on a new coronavirus relief package, making its way through Washington 30 33 traffic and weather together, the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes where you want to start like We start up to the north here banned, it would make sense here. 1, 28 North found is stop and go through Lexington for a little while. Route to a up to 14 to 25 then crawling route 38 in Woburn, Arda past 93. That's about a three mile back up there, and it was set off by an earlier crash up in that Wakefield stretch. So problems there 93 North slow going for a while it through Medford, but not too bad after that. Route one north pounds jammed up getting by route 60 and Revere. Just like old times. The South found Expressway all stop and go from the tunnel to self bay. Now from squad, um, Street to the brain tree's split nor found real will reduce speeds coming up through east Milton. But then really stop and go granted, have a passing upon sits circle and slow again coming up towards the tunnel. Route three South is backed up a little coming off the expressway, but still only about 17 minutes. Braintree Down the route. 53 1 28 south. Good coming down pass through one and dead. Um, but 93 is backed up a little bit. Either way, exiting through 24. The mass Turnpike is clear out through Natick and Grafton and then downtown store. Oh, Dr is slow coming and delivered circle. It's like that typically. All the airport tunnels and the lower deck are in good shape. My king WBC's traffic on the three we're gonna disguise eventually clear out as we head.

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"mpm " Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"mpm " Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

"Of It was kind of color coded. Bar and not a lot of people really knew what it was unless you clicked on it, and it would pop down and tell you. We actually moved it just recently over to the to the side over to the right side. And Anyway So we can. We know what kind of repository you have if you've got? Seventy five percent of the files in your repository or are. Are javascript than? What? We'll do is suggest to you the node workflow. And it's pretty straightforward. It'll run and PM install, and then it'll run and PM build, and it'll run MPM test, and and that's most of what you need to get started with. A pluralist allegation builds it'll. It'll just make sure everything builds and everything. Passes We've got some more advanced ones in there like packaging up an MPM package and then uploading, it's a NPR or get packages, and there's some deployment workflows we've worked with. Aws and Google and Asher to build out started workflows for getting things deployed into those into those clouds. Guests I hope that it's as easy as just a couple of clicks I at least forgetting start started. And then you can build from there and grow your workflows. What about for for companies that may not be in in the cloud yet other than using get hub for source control. Yeah so? What we've got, we've got the ability to run your bills or your run your workflows. On an on premise runner that you host and you could put it in. Of course, you can put it in the cloud but I. think that the speaks more to what you're saying, so you could run this inside your data center. And it will basically poll for it. Listen for get actions runs. And it'll pull down the workflow, and then it'll run it within your data, so you could do that. Deploy locally. What about potential security concerns for some of those default get hub action setups, or maybe a setup that I found online somewhere I know the the Yambol. itself is not immediately readable unless you can understand what's supposed to be happening, so is there any security issues with the actions that somebody encounter? Sure I mean I. think that I think that there's a couple of things know if you are on the if you're on, the Internet and somebody tells you to hey, run this code. I I. I think you should. Give some thought to to wear your reading this. You know something like stack overflow. People tend to vote the things that are useful and flag. The things that are are really dangerous. So you know I think that that's a great resource. I think that you know something that is little less trustworthy looking. Maybe you should. Maybe, you should consider I do agree that the the Yambol is. You know it's not everybody's cup of tea by. This is your source code. There are risks and so I think that you should be aware of that on the whole..

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"mpm " Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"mpm " Discussed on KOMO

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"mpm " Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"mpm " Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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Showing off our personal bars - Personal projects

Front End Happy Hour

09:21 min | 2 years ago

Showing off our personal bars - Personal projects

"Welcome to episode one hundred and one of the front unhappy our podcast. It's actually been along milestone tat. Hit episode one hundred. Do you think we will maybe hit the milestone of two hundred at point only if the government bails us out jemmy needs some of that sweet sweet cash out small business bailout money. Yeah but definitely. It's kind of exciting to be released though episode. One hundred ten for this episode. We all focus a lot of our time on engineering work for large companies. But we've always you know there's always been side projects or things that we've worked on throughout our careers and so we thought it'd be in this episode to be really cool to share some details about some of our side projects that we've done in the past before we get started. Let's go around and give introductions of today's panelists Augusta's you want to start off. Sure maims Augusta's software engineer at twitch. Jim Young Senior software engineer at net flicks. And I am Ryan Burgess. I'm a software engineering manager at net flicks. So only the three of us today. So we'll be fine art in each episode the Front End Happier podcast. We love to choose a keyword that if it's mentioned all in the podcast we will all take a drink. What did we decide? Today's keyword is personal personal. Awesome all right so if we say the word personal which I'm sure we will. We will all take a drink to start off. I'm really interested and curious to hear each of your side projects that you've done in the past. I'm sure there's been a few and I'd love to hear some of the things that you've done and I can say. This topic came up with from our previous episode. We did a twitch livestream one of our listeners asked. Hey y'all talk about corporate programming all the time because the corporations do you ever do personal side projects anymore. And here's like jeers took a topic Let's see done a few in the past or if done many in the past obviously Yeah One Shoghi engineer who is pretty senior and like who's never done a side project like it just doesn't happen like I think to get where you are up to some sort of work on the side. It's just the nature of being is offering engineer. I feel like that's how I learned like that's really how I truly learned. It was constantly China. Solve some sort of a problem that I was really excited to do and build and and I felt like I learned a lot by doing that. You can read and learn but I feel like actually applying it. is where I excelled to learn. Really quickly yeah. I agree I find that when you work in just for your job. You're so focused on the problem and just maybe shipping. Like how do you ship it out to users? But the nicely. Cy Projects is he can really focus more on the learning aspect of. Oh this is what I ideally want to build and even if it's even if it doesn't solve anything it's like exciting. Maybe you might choose a random new technology like oh I WANNA learn view this time where something. It's just really nice. You've a lot more freedom and also you can cut corners it. Does you're like whatever it's my project. I'm going to do what I want. Great Test if you want. Combine your coat if you want. You should always comment your code. I've heard him say that. I do MICO because looking at my repo from years ago and my projects. I'm glad my code because I have no idea what I was doing at the time and the comments. I'm like okay. I can make a quick change here if I need to because I commented my code so I'm guilty. I gotTA say on my side projects. I HAVE NOT APPLIED. The Best Practices sometimes and it has that commenting is seriously. It is bit me in the ass a few times. 'cause YOU'RE RIGHT MIGHT. WanNa make a change to something and you're like I'll just quickly go do that. But when you haven't made those comments it becomes really difficult then. It becomes a bigger tour to try and make that change. So I'm with you gem. I should take that advice more often. I'll say this that it's controversial for those listening in the car. At home I would comment my code before I wrote tests. If you're asking me like which one is more valuable for personal projects commenting code like I? Almost I almost never test for my personal projects like I. I don't care I know it's bad practice Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah but that there's stakes so unless is doing something for money but that point it'd be more of a side hustle. Not a personal project cheers cheers. It's funny I feel like a lot of people are really obsessed with test driven development or really. Let's run the tests upfront first. And then you have one hundred percent code coverage or all these things but especially for side projects you know. Just just build what you want to build the damping get me started on the like one hundred percent TESCO. Yeah it's like I don't believe that I mean I don't think you can do it no I don't. I don't think the schools Aaron I don't think there's one hundred percent test coverage like if that's the case then you never have bugs and if that's the case I don't know there's no there's no case for us. No bugs like it doesn't happen before begins. I like the projects we've been working on. I'll say like a failure that I see and I think what discourages a lot of new people is feel like. Oh I wanNA build something. I want to build a quick game website on my own. You ask vice on twitter people like well what you need is react starter kit. You need that you need every was bad. You need Apache. You like your own server. You need like a million things to get started. I'm like no start with an html page at a script tag and like see where you go if you need that sort of thing cool but if you look at most of the work that I've done in the past arise I projects thereby minimum minimum. Like maybe node almost never framework it just like hassle. And if I'm doing that I'm not learning anything it's different if you're trying to react or view or angular something like that but I really think side projects for exploration just like free form like art as you can make it and if you get too hung up on like the precision tests in like the right framework and all these things then you're kind of doing yourself a disservice using the frameworks grader. Using node or some other language that you're like I'm just kinda curious about learning or this will do the job really well absolutely but I used that people get hung up too much on getting all the things like I gotTa make sure web pack is configured of gotTa make sure that all these different tasks are happening. Do your point. I'm like maybe just writing some vanilla javascript in a script tag might actually do. Do just what you need for that project. I think another one that I always hear too is especially when people are trying to learn something. It's like well what can I create? That's already been created. I'm always like go create another facebook. I honestly you'll learn lots like if that's something that you want to do is create another social network or game or something like that. That's a great way to learn as recreating something From scratch yeah plus one thousand two that I felt like I had that kind of same mentality. Where as they own. This sounds like a good idea. That's already done like I guess the world doesn't need it and it's like don't don't think of everything you want to build as something that needs to solve a problem that everyone has barely. I mean those are good problems to solve. I guess just do it. Even for learning for your own sake is like a really beneficial side project. I was like doing projects or something that will make my life better in like or easier like some when I think of building like tool or command line tools script plug in library. Something that I'm creating like. Hey this help me. And just the smallest slightest way to be more productive or just shave off some time. Whatever it is if I throw it up on get hub in like one or two people find it useful. Great if not who cares. It made my life easier. And that's all that matters and and it was cool to create like that's kind of the way I look at it yet. I want to hear the past projects that you've all worked on. I think I know of two that worked on but it's embarrassing as not that big but I I guess I'm proud of the proud of proud of them enough. I would pin them on my of with zero stars or but So one project I worked on was it's called co Co Nami. Commando it's on MPM and literally all it is is. There's this thing called the code and I forgot what game did it. But there's a lot of games they have this secret code. This contrast I'll cut. Yeah so yeah. So there's this codes like up up down down left right left right B. A or something and I saw a lot of game stewart. I thought it'd be cool if it'd be like there's just this cool mpm package they could just install onto your website and then you could just have this very convenient handler that said when this chain of commands was was done then it would just do something as I just published it Npr One day so so the added. It's awesome yeah I love it. Yeah the this was like when I was like super new to MPM in general is like Oh wow. There's a whole package manager and so I just thought it'd be cool thing to do

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"mpm " Discussed on The Pest Posse Stampede Podcast

The Pest Posse Stampede Podcast

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"mpm " Discussed on The Pest Posse Stampede Podcast

"This has been. Yeah. Kelly Kelly accident. Anklet Yeah No, that's been some really good style. Appreciate you being on here. See this has been this been some really really good information I. Think we definitely need to get you back on and maybe deep dive into some other subjects and everything but this is this has been some good stopping. Hopefully, it's going to help out some of the some of the owners out there as far as you know really how communicate and get your get your team motivated Aaron, keep them motivated. Because everything is just constantly changing every day every hour. So What's really appreciate your time thanks for coming on. Always love Stephen I have been friends for a logon appreciated friendship resell him business a lot too just because this great experience. Depth knowledge. No He's actually been practicing this stuff for a long time which shows. Here and I just want to say I love what you guys are doing. We appreciate it. I think it's really exciting in anyone tuning into this thing you're so had the game. Yes. And just try some of it. Be. Perfect. Yeah, right. Definitely. Perfect that's for sure. All right we'll take. Day. Say he thanks again preteen. Araya allows fantastic stuff with Steve got such great insights year it. As he does definitely, he's really really knows the stop really knows what he's talking about and hopefully going helps people out for us in communicating in this new a and we have you know definitely need to keep that up with your voice motivated. Yes I just wanted courage people again get your office staff home. Do not keep in in the office. There's no reason office. It's not that much money get them from hall it them Home If if you've got to have him on a computer, you can get What are those chrome books are like? Less than two hundred dollars you can get some no. We're having more dude on their phone or whatever, and just get some APPS in place unit. So it's just it's not worth it. This is a serious situation. And my biggest concern is for me care if I get sick I care if my wife gets sick. I care. If somebody else I run to get sick I don't want to be responsible for that. No. No, you know and so it's just not worth having them. That's thinking about stories about all families getting sick. Is this is a very, it's different. It's a very communal disease. You know someone gets the flu yeah. Maybe one or two other people in the family of the Safeway. Family in New Jersey somewhere something all seven of them had this thing in what happened like I. I. Heard that before I mean it's just it's just not worth it. Now it's not worth it at all care about your staff just a little extra money working be grateful. You're the industries TAT's working exactly at next week. Yeah and then next week we're GONNA teach you how to make more money in the midst of this exactly how we got some good stuff coming with that and everything so. Loving. We kinda wanted to touch you know kind of enclosing air. We just wanted to let everybody encouraged everybody. MPM National Pest Management Association relief is kind of stepped up with all this and is really got. Some.

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"mpm " Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"mpm " Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

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Sam Selikoff - Building Production-Ready SPAs Fast with Mirage.js

Full Stack Radio

12:00 min | 2 years ago

Sam Selikoff - Building Production-Ready SPAs Fast with Mirage.js

"Think Someone would hear that pitch and it would be easy for them to assume that Mirage is a library that you use when running your tests and that's that's kind of its main job like. Oh Yeah it's like a plug in for just or something you know. It almost feels like it fits in that category but from kind of like learning more about by the project from you over the last couple months where you've been kind of hacking on it I think the real powerful part of it is kind of like the actual front end development workflow in enables rather than like how could or could not be used for testing. So do you mind talking a little bit about like why. It's a useful useful tool even for Bob not even four. But why is it useful to justice. Part of Your Front End Development workflow completely ignoring like the whole writing automated tests side of things. Yeah definitely so it. It did come from testing world but what it is today is different. And like you said it's really the development workflow so it enables which is one of the main value propositions mirage and that is kind of this front and I work flow. Where Team that is working on a fat client APP you know a a an spa or you know even teams that build like native IOS APPs those kinds of APPs have a data layer. They have have these really nice boundaries between kind of the client interactions and the server piece. And so what happens when you're building apps like that is. There's a hard dependency between the front and the back end and with a lot of APPs we've built and the teams we've worked with That you know pendency can be difficult and slow either the front end or back end team down depending on which ones ahead of the other and so what Mirage does is it. lets the front end team team. Basically mock out pretend make a mirage of the back end. That's where the name comes from so they can build out a front end against something that acts like a faithful reproduction of that back end a Pi enough so that lets them build out the entire feature all the different states without needing to rely on that back in team. So I guess can you walk through an example of what it actually looks like to implement a feature using Mirage instead of having to rely I on a real server like what is actual workflow. Look like Yup so it's totally a like a front end development workflow so basically assumes that you are working in a Java script modern javascript environment with a package manager you know using N. p. m. yarn with mpm packages so MPM package. We do have a you. MD build though so you can use use it if you're not using them build tool but it works best with that and Basically when you get to the point in your development let's say you're building react up and you need to fetch a movie a list of your favorite movies at this point in your code. You're going to be making fetch request store. You're going to be using graph. Well you're GonNa do something that's going to query the server for that list of movies this and this is the point at which you basically have to decide like. How are you going to actually get that data? How's the front end? Developer can and get the data into the APP so they can keep developing the UI. And there's a few options that they have they can. Just you know right. Some Jason Data Down Right in their front and Kobe's they can point to an existing Tapio server that and Mirage. Takes this approach that you stay in your code base and you basically import Mirage right in like your bootstrap file L. Whatever's rendering your react up and if you're in development you go ahead and stantione server it starts intercepting all those requests and then you can define find your points based on if you're writing against arrest. Api or graph Q agrofuel API and so in this case you would just say like Oh this dot get to slash movies. I should return these three job script objects and in a way and so The benefit is that you're mocking at that. HTTP layer and so the application code. Oh you right in your react up. is exactly the same even as it will be in production when you're talking to a real HP server so that's kind of like the hard boundary boundary that we were talking about before. God it so one thing that I thought was interesting about Mirage that to me is actually like a pretty pretty exciting selling point even so maybe it doesn't sound like such a huge deal at I. Is I think when someone hears about this they might be might have this assumption in their had had like okay so this is another thing. Where like I start up my actual front end application server on the command line? Right like my N.. P. Am Ron serve for whatever that boots up like my actual spa. And I can click on your web packed of Serbia all that crap. And then in another Terminal Tab tab I'm going to go like N. p. m. run Mirage and that'll boot up like my mirage. Scherer that's running on like another port and then in my spa. I've got awesome environment. Variable that saying what the URL is supposed to be pointing everything to when I'm like making API calls but the way Mirage actually works is is it's all integrated into the same thing. There's no actual concept of like another server. There's not like some other web server running on some other port. It's just you boot up your react up for your view APP or whatever the same way you normally would and it kind of lives in The same process so it doesn't feel like you're like if compare this to like I guess the workflow that I expect people to be taking When they're doing local development a lot of the time they have a copy of the API code base? That's maybe a rails APP happen. They have to go and like pulled on the local version of that and run like rail serve or whatever to serve like the local rails APP and then run like there are dashed out of roxy local. and that's like the normal local development workflow and if you think of Mirage is being something that you have to spin up in a separate terminal tab it doesn't I feel like it's great competition for that necessarily in terms of like the economics of it. I guess in some ways at a superficial level but the fact that it's just literally it's it's just your your front end code base. It's the same serve commander always reading. You're not changing anything in your package. Dot Jason Scripts stuff. It's just literally part of importing 'em or importing hoarding Mirage into your kind of startup scripts or your app the main entry point or whatever And it just kind of all just magically works as part of one thing and for for some reasons something about that just like makes it so much more compelling to me because something about it makes it really feel like you are still just working in the one project. You're not trying to like do multiple things you know what I'm saying absolutely I mean that is one of the reasons. I'm still working on the project to this day because you know I'm a rails developer. That's how I've written all my back ends for my Java scrip- Front ends and even though I'm comfortable with that there's just something about that extra step like you were saying. Oh I forgot to run by database migrations. Oh I need to run bundle install. Oh I need to open up. This thing thing in run rail serve and then make sure my proxy is configured correctly. And then also especially when you're working with someone who's new to development if you have to introduce all of that complexity complexity it makes it way way harder so Despite being comfortable working in backend systems Maraj was always just that much simpler simpler. It was just so much simpler that that all the benefits were worth it For that that little cost but To just be able to run serve. You've and like you said that the bootstrapped processes is super easy writing super fast. Because it's just Java scrip- memory alongside your code is all in the the same single process running in your browser but Even if like the setup to get your proxy environment was a one time thing with like a rails. Api you still need to make changes changes to the API and maybe changed the data on the server. And so even still you are thinking in two different environments. Maybe you're going into rails console or changing the database database data. Were returning some something from Ruby Code but because Mirage runs right alongside your view code in react code You're just Java Java script already like you're already mapping over raise and and doing filters and stuff you can drop to bugger in a mirage handler and hit it right in the tools the same. Oh you would if you were working on rock component and so to me like I have a very low cognitive like threshold for context switching. And I'm I'm just eager to get all unnecessary things out of my brain as fast as possible and so for me that was always one of the benefits of working with Mirage. Is that it was just. It felt like so much less. Think about when I was just focused on the. Ui Yeah Cool. So if you're building a feature with Mirage what is sort of the workflow that I guess it. competes against if that makes sense like To sort of like help set the stage I guess for people people. The sort of be able to relate to the problems that react is trying to solve like. What are you seeing people normally doing when they're trying to build a feature if they don't want to deal with the API or anything and and they just WanNa see like okay? Well I know I'm going to have a list of these things. They need to like. be able to render like what do people normally doing there. And what are some of the kind of pitfalls that people run into that. Make trying to incorporate something like Mirage. Really good idea. Well there's I think there's a few ways you could look at that I is like you're adding a new front end. Only feature meaning the back end already exists for it so maybe you have a more general purpose back in. Maybe it's a graph q all back in with enough flexibility that you you can actually build an entirely new front end feature and query and mutate the data you need to with the existing endpoints and that happens sometimes for sure when you're building apps like this because you're back ends tend to be pretty generic but in that case you can even in that case. Actually it's still true that you might want want to put that. Api Server to different states so even if the API points exist you might want different database states so that you can see what it looks like when they're zero movies or one hundred movies for pagination right things like that. So even let's take spoke very simple case where you're actually not modifying the back end. You still have a stateful back in and so what do existing folks do well like you said that either locally so if you're comfortable enough running your API server locally then you can do that and you know this can be anywhere from running a not a node or a rail server to running a whole docker image or You know to bootstrap this environment that has like a database setup. Maybe maybe it has read a setup and so again this is where really the benefit some raw. Start to shine because the APP doesn't really care what's running back there but if you need to change it all of a sudden you have to understand. Stand all these moving pieces but if you do get that running locally then you can put the database in a different states and you can build your feature and and then maybe you write some tests for it and maybe the test you kind of mock things out. statically just worn off mocks for those requests that the power of the future Other times we've seen people point to the proxy servers they have shared proxy shared staging environments. That people use to to develop features but again like if you're working in a really data driven APP This breaks down pretty quick. Like if you imagine trying to build like budgeting software it'd be very hard to have a single shared staging environment maybe make different accounts with different setups. But again you can see this really breaks down pretty quickly so Again this is where Marash signs shines because you have all these different scenarios defined they live inside burning code base but it's essentially stateless and so each front end developer team can kinda make whatever scenario they need to power all the different states of a new feature local Without worrying about the back end at all.

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"mpm " Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"mpm " Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

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"mpm " Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"mpm " Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"CC is the place to go for all of raffles range of clothing, including the peddler, Ducharme, and peddlers to Sharm range, of course, now, Daniel the tail of the topper, while we could sum it up in a few lines really three Italians went on the attack. It was stay. Eleven two hundred and twenty one kilometer from copy to Novi Ligure, and the three riders are becoming familiar faces, because it was Mark Affreux porty Andro knees. What, what Jenny Silvio call him the freons lands, the freelance, he was the road as walls, Maestri and domino. Chima correct team. Ironically enough. And Chima means summit or mountain, top in Italian. We haven't seen anything resembling amount in for a while. Some appearing on the horizon on the napalm, we can see the Piedmont Alps looming tantalizingly come on to speed humps today, which peleton had to go over. We didn't mention we didn't find out, I haven't found that this was my job to find out whether the race is passed persons OPEL dealership today, of course, we spoke to Burs in nineteen ninety four Jiro win at twenty five years ago. And he just have an open dealership. Somewhere very close to the route today. I'm south via he should have done it on a Fisher sprint intermediate sprint win, an OPEL car. If I write of cross the line that thing used to happen didn't I can the day in the Twitter FRANZ and probably in the Jiro, while local businesses would do so unofficial intermediate sprint doesn't happen anymore. Of course. Well, the states would one by Caleb Ewan his second of the race. And he was a head of yesterday's win on demar, PASCAL Ackermann in third place. So you and Ackerman level onto stage wins a piece from the flat stages that we've seen so far, Elliott Vivianne of decoding quickstep empty-handed as we said, well, we know now that you and, and certainly going home demar probably won't be able to just yet because he's now in the cheek, lemme know, jersey, so one jersey has changed hands, but the pink jersey still on the shoulders of bilateral Conti of you a team emerets Daniel tomorrow. Is it fair to say? The Jiro proper stars very quick question in a word will be in the pink jersey tomorrow night. Yes. Excellent hard because lead at works. Well when it's times affection, but if it's like twenty meters thirty meters too short. Then, you know, it's really I guess it stuffs up and then you have to find another sprints of, to sit on. That's when it gets hot because this. Yeah, let's, let's to choose from. Yeah. Today, I want to try to stick to my leave out it and see what happens to that. Just didn't really have the legs they'd either really good job. But yeah. In the end. Well, that was the state Caleb. You and talking to you this morning, Daniel, what he said, was quite interesting about swinging Tarzan like fromm lead out, man to lead out, man. And we saw Vivian possibly make a mistake by letting go of Fabio Sabatini, but maybe seventeen was just trying to get into the position where he could latch onto some other wheels, although Sabatini himself look like he was going pretty rapidly may be the better bet would have been for video need to stone wheel was about trust. Isn't it line confidence, and you lied, mom, we're going to hear from a teeny later. Of course it was a head headwind on finishing straight as well. Stiff breeze and that probably played its part as well. You mentioned the speaking to you in this morning copy. Would it go just plays copy wasn't it? It was lovely. Yeah. We went to a cafe Niro yesterday. You took me to a cost of coughing mislead? Listeners yesterday with Kosta cafe and this morning with called Niro cafe. I mean, Tamara what Starbucks anyway, where are we now know, well, we are in the museo de company, c MO the museum of champions, who very at home in here to correct your words with, with almost two weeks. Sorry line. I'll have to coach you on that, because those no just one company similar to competing. See me, and it's the museum dedicated both of them. And both of them have strong links to Nabi leaguer, where we are now illegal rates Inle, good in Piedmont. Mpm Piemonte. on one of them cost onto JIRA Lango winnow of napalm to GD, Tania, six months. I'm Ramose.

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"mpm " Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:30 min | 3 years ago

"mpm " Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"So you what were you saying before the break, father breath? Oh before I go on Donna from Hanover who sent me an Email yesterday. She says Bradley has brought so many people together he is such a blessing. I don't call the radio show. But next time you talked to Bradley pass message along to him. So there it is you are a blessing. You bring people together appreciate work. Thanks, donna. Yeah. What are we talking about? Oh, holy Saturday in between time, you know. Good Friday to Easter Sunday. It's just a big preparation day. Only only those typically on a on a date someone wants receive holy communion. Like they can't get to mass pity. Visit by myself or a deacon or a eucharistic minister, but only those who are actively dying can receive holy communion on on holy Saturday, and then their sacraments of initiation baptism confirmation, holy communion in reception full commute into the churches there until holy Saturday night so beginning, yes. Last night things in the church take on a different ritualistic tone. If it were we had a beautiful wash the feet last night at holy Thursday, mass the renewal of our priestly promises the presentation of the oils, do you do. Twelve people that you watch the feta. We did ten and various ages, and you know, ways of life back in many years ago. It was the the Roman ritual said twelve men and actually Francis really brought it to the forefront years ago. He started washing the feet of prisoners, and those weren't even Catholic. I believe he washed a Muslim woman feed at one point, which raise the eyebrows of some but Christ came to to wash everybody's feet. Not just the so-called. Good Catholics at a church. Right. But yeah, good. Well, but I might grab bag eleven eleven. The remember the amount that the amount of time zones in the former Soviet Union. And the reason father Brian brought that up is because there's a song that references that what is a king. Now who is it? No, it's I land called times on one of the many songs that I didn't get to when I was on WCBS if you weeks ago, nice, okay? I over prepared number eleven in the Jay talking grab bag. What sport would you like to be mpm VP of hockey hockey, how come raising a big hockey family? And my brother was a great goalie me not so much. So I've carried that for a while and fortunate that a lot of the young people who are Dorchester, the huge hockey fans, and we I guess we at mass as a few months ago, he blessed the hockey team street hockey season's begun. So, you know, looking them do their thing, and you know, one day and Bruins are doing pretty good. Yeah. And there was a great special on Nestle last night after after the holy Thursday mass the history of the Bruins, you know, that that's one of my dreams. But hey, Lord, the Lord had better chances for me. I suppose I'm glad for one that you were bad at hockey. Because if you're good at hockey, I never would've met you. Hey, well, stranger things about all your teeth would be gone from getting Smith poured slow. I remember several people were asking me this week. You know, you on a five K run for anything around here. I said I tried to stay away from major competitive sports during holy week because several years ago, I was in a pickup game in Brookline. Was we playing against the students people ball from going out of bounds. I split by head open and had twenty Staples put in this is all on Palm Sunday. Crummy me with many, crowns. Right. Get back in the game and played holy week injured because thank you Brian time for a break. We really appreciate that. You God bless happy. Over a nappy Easter everybody. Likewise, you thanks for checking in basically this Super Bowl week for for Brian. It's WBZ and join me after this CBS news update the much dissipated. Miller report detailed the Russian contacts with the Trump campaign leading up to the two thousand sixteen election, but did not establish a criminal conspiracy. But it did show that President Trump repeatedly attempted took her tail the investigation the president's attorney Rudy Giuliani on Fox News channel the big victory is no collusion with the Russians. I don't think you could be any clearer that you can you can read that collusion. Two hundred pages as much as you want. Believe me, I was up two nights going through it. Then you're not gonna find a darn thing. The report stopped short on making a determination as to whether the president obstructed Justice, though. Constitutional law. Professor Jonathan Turley says Robert Miller is likely to wind up testifying in front of congress see cause of the waiver of executive privilege. This is going to be like a free range prosecutor he can actually go into a lot more than we usually see and they're going to press him on some of these details. CBS news update. I'm match piper..

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"mpm " Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"mpm " Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"US mpm. Consumer is woman you're more likely to be a growth company longer term interest rates can go down even with short-term effects still going up a little bit. Bloomberg markets with Lisa Abramowicz on Bloomberg radio. Good morning from New York to our worldwide audience coming up, we will take a look at the bond market. How're investors playing at a globally as global yields continue to rind lower? We'll also take a look at the lift I'd kill that is pricing tonight appears to be hot deal. The bankers have raised the range for this IPO any prices tonight. But first, let's go to Greg. Jarrett of Bloomberg news for a Bloomberg business flash. Greg. They follow slashes sponsor by Renaissance Capital. Issuer of IPO ETF's have pre IPO research putting newly public companies to work in investor portfolios. Learn more visit Renaissance Capital dot com. Just crossing the Bloomberg terminal February pending home sales fall one percent month over month. The estimate was were to be down one half of one percents. Stocks are up as global bond rally showed signs of easing fourth quarter. US GDP growth has been revised down two point two percent. Or two point six percent, potentially Sigli mounting challenges to the economic expansion the pounds down after the UK parliament rejected eight possible options for new Braxton. Sam Michael UCSC, Marcus tells Bloomberg traders have Brexit fatigue. If you react to every single headline you'll get whipped out of a tried in terms of businesses. This is the worst possible option because what it does is it cuts off the potential. They knew more if you like to. To date as predetermined in the future in the short term. I would actually argue in no deal is probably better than a longer extension because at least name he had clarity. And you can plan oil extends declines after President Donald Trump renewed his criticism on OPEC saying the cartel should with crude production. We check the markets every fifteen minutes rapper trading day on Bloomberg radio was five hundred up. Three comes from set up eight thousand a quarter of a percent up sixty two. The NASDAQ is up four tenths of a percent of twenty eight the ten years down six thirty seconds of the yield of two point three eight percent..

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Adults are the only ones who fell for the Momo hoax

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

03:12 min | 3 years ago

Adults are the only ones who fell for the Momo hoax

"Invited. Taylor ends from the Atlantic magazine to come into our offices and watch this video with me. Yeah. I saw this before. Mall gonna kill you. So what happens in this video to physically? There's this little girl. She's really cute. She's swaying back and forth. And she's singing this song. Like mama's gonna kill you. If you see hill in the hallway see will kill you, mama. Momon isu- kill you. That's it. This little girl. She looks like she's in a school uniform. She's clutching a stuffed animal, I think it's a great FOX with the big pink bow on it. This is my six year old almost seven year old daughter. That knows all the words to the song because she has seen it on YouTube. And then the mom kind of filming pulls away, and is basically like this is the warning to all parents, tell your children not to listen. That's right. We know that Momo can't hurt you. Right. That's right. I mean, when I even as I cannot help it role is at this point. I have all these crazy messages from parents this week telling me like Nomo is real she actually hacked my child's Facebook page, and it's like, no, she there's that's not even a thing over the last few months Momo has become a kind of internet boogeyman a creepy face spliced into YouTube videos for kids with bulging eyes, a stretched out smile. Pictured a little girl from the ring with exaggerated features parents in some of these videos, avoid dares kids to harm themselves or harm others. They call it the Momo challenge I've seen these types of videos for over a year since it first went viral over a year and a half ago about you publish an article basically saying MoMA was a hoax. Yeah. Well, it's I mean, it's an urban legend might be a better word for it. It's not real. It's like slender man or something. Tillers Momo's hoax because there isn't any evidence that kids are actually following Momo's instructions just a lot of freaked out. Parents it's crazy. How many people just flat out will not leave it or they not believe that. It's a whole not believe that it's a hoax and not believe that. There aren't you know, hundreds of children committing suicide over this like there's just no way to tell them that it's not real. And they'll say like I have sources inside Google. And I'm like, I actually do have sources I I actually talked to YouTube on regular races. It's my entire beat. And I'm telling you, this isn't real. And by the way, here's the Genesis of it, and they don't wanna hear it. But even though the Momo challenge isn't real Taylor says the fear that animates it that is, you know, it's sort of like it's ten pm where your children, you know, what I mean? But it's like, it's mpm. Like, do you know, what your children are watching on YouTube? It's actually like this evil creature. That's trying to get them to. Commit suicide just a stranger dangerous stranger danger. Exactly. And I think it also kind of explains parents fear of these platforms, which actually aren't affair is in very real tangible ways.

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"mpm " Discussed on Founders Talk

Founders Talk

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"mpm " Discussed on Founders Talk

"Go don't don't do as well as as note and. The the other thing about like, well, we don't know. How big Java script is like that's just not a bit of pushback we get now. Right. It's Java script is a half to half. Or more of all developers are using Java script on a regular basis. Every single company is using NPR every single web app is he's an PM. It's sort of like that's not the pushback we get now. Now, it's more like well, can you turn this into a commercial success? You know, and there's as you get later and later in in the stages of company. You become much more, you know, less less judged based on the potential and more judge based on your actual results. So you know, they don't wanna see a big community. They want to see a product. That's actually in the market that is getting really good buying signals. And and producing a lot of revenue. Let's turn to that. Let's turn to you've got the let's let's break it down. I the components of mpm you do it. Well on your abou- page, which I really appreciate it. By the way, was just sort of like breaking down what mpm ink is versus mpm the registry versus N P M. The CLI client that the kind of pulls everything together stuff like that. So I kind of wrote that down I guess for the audience, but you know, what are the other things that you've done that are paid for that generate the revenue wounded Monday ju I launch a product. When did you first start earning revenue? What was that was that like for you guys? So yeah, this is a interesting story. We we did a lot of you know, we'd had had people from various companies come to me and say NPR's great. We love mpm. We use N P M all the time. Hey here. These three problems we have and were small companies like big, you know, big well-known companies with lots of money, and that's one of the reasons why I started a company because it was like well there this is a way that I could fund the registry and keep it running one of the one of the things that we heard in a lot of our earlier early, you know, very very very early beginning customer. Chats was people seem to split about fifty fifty between. Absolutely not being able to use anything that is not on prim. And absolutely not being able to use anything. That's not assess. So we thought okay. Well, we're going to have to have some kind of a two pronged attack here where we have an enterprise product, which is on Prem, and like more of an SMB type of thing, which is a sass product. We looked at get hub. I mean, that's kind of obvious corollary. Right. Get hope had enterprise, which is run on Prem and. Org. Switches they're paid SAS for teams in smaller groups and over time. So so the first thing we built just because we found our first customer for it was on prim, PM enterprise product. I would not recommend that any company today. Create both on Prem product and assess product I don't care how well intentioned. You are. I don't care how much you say. It's not going to happen to you. It will you know, a lot of people told me, well, it's important that the code base is don't diverge, and we're like, okay, let's keep the code bases in sync with. They didn't say is. No, no, no. They will they will diverge. Can't stop it. Like, it's going to happen. There's no way out of this. And the reason why is that it takes two completely different shapes of kinds of company to make an on Prem product work versus making us sass product work, and you really just have to pick one and go with it. So an on Prem product the big challenges our on boarding customer success, managing upgrades the whole account management process..

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"mpm " Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"mpm " Discussed on WLAC

"And welcome back to coast to coast, George Noory with you along with your calls. William force gen our special guest, forty eight hours his latest book that just came out sort of like a trilogy, isn't it? William actually, it's a whole new story. The original trilogy. I did was one second after out EMP this book forty eight hours right now. It's a standalone okay about something infinitely worser than a CME or an EMP, and it's real it really could happen. And if so. Like, I said we could be darn near into an extinction level event. I think the best novels are based on real events that can happen, right? This is not science fiction. This is the real deal. Sure is sure is now as we have been moving forward to try to get some kind of legislation passed about this one of your champions was Newt Gingrich. He's on the outside looking in these days. But is he contributing still to trying to get this done? Oh, yes. He is committed as ever he just gosh within the last month six weeks. He was in the news commenting yet again on the issue. Abi mpm CME back. There was nuke that I got me started on the topic back in two thousand and four one. He was discussing with me. The congressional report that nobody bothered to read. And I mean, can he help get this done? He still has a lot of clout in DC. There's a lot of good in fact, Mark meadows whose name came up as possible chief of staff. He's my congressman. I've actually sat down and talked with them over a Cup of coffee about the issue of EMP. He's one hundred percent behind getting legislation passed and not even can do it and Marcus one of the more powerful members of congress now. Well, maybe that'll help. I mean, we should get it other countries. Are they doing anything to insulate their power grid? I was just talking to somebody earlier today, you knew a bit about Israel that Israel has played an awful lot of effort into this over the last twenty years to secure itself. Other countries. Doubted. Maybe.

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