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"Learn the bettys you're out. Help set up the project but once they get done that actually you're not the and we are utilizing all the feature saw halliwell functional language. So it seems to be a really good fit for writing beyeler so happy that we chose it for this task on the other hand. Of course it's mostly about communicated developers setting up the right set that before setting up old override channels so we are putting lot of focus on being very open-source friendly soviet making sure to would you should keep cobb foster discussion on our community. Side would say we just want to make sure that we are making these things right and that we are being open minded developers and eating them all the pools they need to engage with us and start contributing to the project when a developer tries out wasp and they save. They don't like it or you see that they churn out. Do you have an understanding of why they're doing that. Yeah i mean if you're trying to get a smart as we can so it's very important to get feedback. Who actually what's the experience is that people are much more skeptical of boss before they tried especially in the beginning. People were afraid of this approach. The new programming language and they thought it won't be flexible enough and it's going to be too much to learn so i would say most of the people who have like we're the ones who haven't tried it before kent so once. They tried it. A lot of people actually gave positive. He said it was easier than they expected. Let's assume out. I want to just ask your opinion on some stuff going on in developer tooling. We talked a little bit about the hosting platforms. Render vir- sell netla fi. So have you looked at replid. Yes i haven't used extensively. Maybe just tried to. But i know the general idea. Okay okay. we'll replicate the thesis of unifying the e in the deployment platform to me. That seems unparalleled. What do you think so. You mean needs a very good idea. The you say on the barrel. Well i mean if you're thinking about from like so. I love all these companies. I think they're going to do great. I think they all have their moats. But when you think about who has the most differentiated moat as a next generation hosting platform. I mean if you get. Id closely integrated with a hosting platform de seems very powerful. I guess get hub is sorta doing that. Also what happens when we start to have the idea integrated with the platform. It's very interesting. I would say especially like. There's a lot of tools like ripley code sandbox. Which allow you to get started and use some initial environment. And you can even code anything from the browser. So i mean i actually i have to meet. I haven't used it a lot. I mostly use the jazz fetal for trying out some thousand works and stuff like that. Maybe i'm a bit more old school developer. And i love to use my vm. And my room. You know locally so i would say for me for production projects. I was referred to my local setup and from our feeling kind of when in our developer circles. Be no the the love to camp. That's control for themselves especially in the production level projects. But i also do believe that in the future thinks going to become much more integrated together as you said now is just a question of what is going to be that part which is go on what is going to be that intermediate step which is kind of changing us from more locally based environment to altogether intimate environment which i would have to think of. It's more about the given. It is smart answer any other developer tooling systems. That have really stuck out to you recently. So to put you on the spot november fans especially me and mark if you're a big fan of open source and became always loved the loss to like shop and our developers tools. I'm a beka v muser martin's imax user of a setting together and workflow and all the stuff that you're using so maybe one big thing for us so it was a language super protocol that is right now being popularized and used by all the editors so that that is also attempt to end successful at the empty streamlining the solution in the sense of editors no because before every editor heather own completion for different languages and different solutions. And right now. The this approach of the language protocol which means that you're carrying one logic for providing auto completion for a certain language for example. And i think that is brilliant because it is not that every editor now has limited all solution they could just blog into this existing. Lsp language protocal and get get older goodies from that. So i would say. I think that is great. Love it and you know this is also how they are thinking about was. Let's say voice being that protocol for defining abstractions in the sense of allegation and again because different bulls can plug in with with it. Do you know what the what is doing right now. Like what is going to be. What is it offering us in terms of developer abstractions. I saw this coding thing yesterday that launched but i was travelling so i couldn't really go into it in detail that looked kind of important. Yeah cubbies said like they also tried to integrate more and more complete logical people. They're doing the also using your actions for our deployment and building stuff. So he's very useful. And i think they are going to continue this direction to meet also logic that they offer sign some sense of the that is easily available and all the prebaked solutions and environmentalism with us so again. Something in lies which replicates and there are definitely good position to do so so with us. No boss maybe language another solution which might be the thing that is supporting so i would say just another another language being hosted on all right. Well we're nearing the end of our time. If you were to give a summary for our conversation why people should care about wasp and what you're building can summarize everything guests you know. I'm going to invest to it. But yeah i would say voice but we are trying to do. We are trying to. I mean they are doing the abstracting developing obligations and make possible for developers to bags less gold and declares boilerplate and also still letting them to use their favorite technologies like reacting which is what we are supporting right now. So let's say our big vision for the future is to be the obsession layer for building web apps and support jet. -nology is the latest state of the art stack. All right. well it's been real pleasure talking to you. You have anything else to add. No i think everything good then those. Thank you very much for him. I think i enjoyed the very thoughtful questions. Okay looks real pleasure talking. And i'll be following closely. I kind of wish. I could use it on my current application. Maybe a can you know the extra compilation step kind of worries me. you know. it's a little unfamiliar to me. Is that okay. I would say. Murray always feeling alpha right now. Relation these very straightforward. Then like any right now in the manure on mpm is soul of stuff is just kept in the background so i would save. You're not that much different than other tools. Okay all right well you know. Hopefully we can check in six months or a year down the line and the products completely different. Yeah yeah definitely..

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"Work os you know just to jump out at another thing that is coming soon or coming next in your roadmap server side rendering so servers side rendering to me feels like basically a bottomless problem. Because if you think about that kind of ideal use case ideal you have the server side rendering all of your pages right. I mean like in an ideal world. It's not really possible. But that's what you would ideally. Have right yes exactly at the elliott. Any front and side rendering. Because it's kinda getting taking more time but yeah otherwise orbit negative and the other solutions. Let's say it's now very popular again to go into some resigned. During people have experienced the problems with single bauge applications and i would say especially relevant for sites a lot of content. So basically you want to wait all the time for that content to comment render especially for sites you know which are open to anybody just comment read all that content. So i would say for us on one hand. It was super critical in this stage than we are focusing on just single page application which applications but also moving forward. We think it's going to be important for being able to have nice group performance obligations so we definitely want to make it easy and smooth for people to use it and if you are able to bake in something like google off at the framework level presumably that kind of work is gonna further your server side rendering efforts right like if you can make more suctions about what's going on in the infra. You're going to be better at rendering on the server. Well yes i think so because novi more advanced the novi on the silver and just send it to the client so the language of your dsl like because this is a dsl Actually we should double down on that for people who don't really understand what we're talking about. You have dot wasp file format. Why do you your own file. Format expanded dsl is more broadly and why it applies here and like what. You're dsl does sure sure i've just started to beat the formalization of esl or domain specific language. So it means suppose so. We can general programming languages on one side with is your typical java byte on or jars which are basically language which means you can right and you can predation in them and then on the other side of the domain specifically which means they're not as powerful as general programming languages. So you can not right and computation. Maybe you can even four loops or if statements but they are super well designed for specific use case for example in one of the most famous. Dsl that you're using a lot of other using every day. I sequel databases and on the other hand. Html for writing. Lepage's so i would say though that in mind they're super well optimized for their job and they are making live salote these years. It's more nominal to ride skuld and to generate everything with some general programming language. So that is the main purpose to be very specialized for one purpose and make it easier to write and maintain so the same thing is actually cost and you know we like to compare with tear for him because similar in the sense of the language and the language structure so no aggression language people. In nature very decorative so basically you can just say i have a page. it's using these component. I have a route. It's pointing to this page on the south and for example i'm using the -cation and i want to be able to use google thin and password. So that is just to give you a feel of how voice like nobody can say right now. It is like a nice jason and you could probably have one one connection to jason but just having these former because it is easier to write for developers and also like you know more more human readable than just a pure jason geely quickly becomes a very nested. What's it been like developing a dsl. That's something i've always wanted to do but it's been scared to. I took a took a programming languages class in college. That kind of scared me. Because i didn't do very well in it. Yeah no you're right. I mean. I think the languages scores and our university is actually quite good. So i think it'd be good good foundations for that and the summation martin and i will always kinda focused on core computer. Science problems got foundation from there. So yeah no dsl. It's in the essence. It's similar as building any programming language. So you have a power sir. You can't do define the grammar buyers the and they'll be just like the same street. Basically like structure of your problem and the end generate the end code in some lower lower language so in that sense must be similar but of course sees it is not a full programming. Language was much easier for us to get started and to do the whole thing. Do you have to do the whole abstract syntax tree and stuff. So i mean it's kinda appearance nature early so these something complex and medical and dental for us so we are doing compiling which which means basically compile everything and then made decisions before regenerated the file code so i would say it would be like typical into breadth which is going line by line and doing stuff for us is actually very important to go through the everything because this much boss reach these requirements of your obligations so whilst we can go through that can analyze and have positive. Have what that you want and become you take a look at everything from the outside and then decide what kind of applications they need to generate so for us. It is important to hear that step and this is also the actually that complicated when you are implementing and using it. What's the status of the company today. What's the hardest thing you're working on. I would say there's multiple hardest things in front of us. I will say especially before you know. It was getting the language on the ground. And making sure that our initial abstractions make sense also gear using haskell to build our compiler so we kevin using before before but it was never like on the full scale production project so we also need take some time to learn it..

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"The idea that you're framework at a fairly low level would be willing to own authentication pages and routing blurry between server and client which is very modern smart cashing entity definition access control policies in pm dependencies. If i have a full stack thing that helps me with all that stuff and then you have like a big list of of other things. You could catch. That seems pretty cool. It seems pretty compelling. Can you sell yourself a little bit. Further wire those kinds of opinionated lineups useful. Yeah i mean you also excited about that too. So you'll own. Automation is also can listed on our public rolette. So i would say no be getting the. Let's say being the full framework means that we have fool officer ability around like you know all data models how they're flowing in front end the between so with that. There is a lot of potential points of adding value. As you mentioned like from acl to blurring the lines between front and they can suicide rendering in all this stuff so i would say no adjusted that's focusing on the full experience. There's a lot of places we could insert ourselves inter- and provide the of hilbert tools for development. They're using it. So yeah i would say that this kind of the high level approach hippy. Do go maybe into more details on that. If you'd like yes good deeper please. Yes let me. Just think for a second. What might be interesting. I'm also thinking like the thing is that you know all of that. Because wosa language so basically we can provide some let's say for example compiled fan safety for people. So let's say you just. A bauge rounded doesn't exist begin even before the around the code like look. There's page like you can find it anywhere. So that is just one example of compile time that we can offer on the other hand again with only data models which are being defined prisma and then basically be hill do easily like all those models from the breeze memorials and database models to beckon modal stu fronton models so i say just there is already a big venue so he can make it. Goes a solution for that. It's going to save boilerplate and also a lot of. Let's say possible security issues especially in viet acl ex-control east which is going to allow people to say the multiple levels like these. These be protected can be only on the back end on the other hand like these theories addictions are going to be only for the authorized user or the user's pacific role. I would say no. All data because streamlined a lot of development right now and also make sure eat these. Let's say secure and false all the best break. This is another thing maybe destiny because right now in no setting up this and making sure there are smoothly also with end to end tests. There's a whole mess around that and kind of the whole separate for so we would also love to provide the solution for dead which comes out of the box and even knowing some of the requirements from the language part we could also provide some initial tests for you like just from the beginning so i would say all of debt. You could automate a lot of the current development process. And how deep can you go. How far can you go. Actually what i should ask i to my mind. This is sort of the defining characteristic of what you're doing because there's an effectively infant roadmap of things like the so for example. In your coming next column you say eventually. We wanna have off. Methods google lincoln. So if i have a framework that bakes in google and lincoln off. And i don't have to go to using whatever module like firebase or as off zero or something right to implement these sorts of things like you know kind of arguably if you compare it to implementing this at the framework level or we. What are we call you again. Not a framework. But what no. I just to distinguish between the approach but i would say framework is again so few with us all right so if i get like google off at the jarvis kurt framework level. That's really appealing to me. And again you know like it's not by default that we are excluding into other baltimore solutions for example. I think it's very believable that we are going to have in the future support for using zero if you want to use it because it's a great tool it is just that you could easily be divorced and again the most going to majority of the ball and played connection connection with it so i'm not sure how he's going to go exactly that but i would say not excluding that actually you're counting accounting lot on using the existing solutions and integrated with them. Thanks.

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"The idea that you're framework at a fairly low level would be willing to own authentication pages and routing blurry between server and client which is very modern smart cashing entity definition access control policies in pm dependencies. If i have a full stack thing that helps me with all that stuff and then you have like a big list of of other things. You could catch. That seems pretty cool. It seems pretty compelling. Can you sell yourself a little bit. Further wire those kinds of opinionated lineups useful. Yeah i mean you also excited about that too. So you'll own. Automation is also can listed on our public rolette. So i would say no be getting the. Let's say being the full framework means that we have fool the around like all data models how they're flowing in front end the between so with that. There is a lot of potential points of adding value. As you mentioned like from acl to blurring the lines between front and they can suicide rendering in all this stuff so i would say no adjusted that's focusing on the full experience. There's a lot of places we could insert ourselves inter- and provide the of hilbert tools for development. They're using it. So yeah i would say that this kind of the high level approach hippy. Do go maybe into more details on that. If you'd like yes good deeper please. Yes let me. Just think for a second. What might be interesting. I'm also thinking like the thing. Is that you know with all of that. Because wasps language so basically we can provide some let's say for example compiled fan safety for people. So let's say you just. A bauge rounded doesn't exist begin even before the around the code like look. There's that beijing like you can find it anywhere. So that is just one example of compile time that we can offer on the other hand again with only data models which are being defined prisma and then basically be hill do easily like all those models from the breeze memorials and database models to beckon modal stu fronton models so i say just there is already a big venue. So he can make. It goes a solution for that. It's going to save boilerplate and also a lot of. Let's say possible security issues especially in viet acl ex-control east which is going to allow people to say the multiple levels like these. These be protected on the end on the other hand like these theories addictions are going to be only for the authorized user or the user's pacific role. I would say no. All data because streamlined a lot of development right now and also make sure eat. Let's say and false all the best break. This is another thing maybe destiny because right now in no setting up this and making sure there are smoothly also with end to end tests. There's a whole mess around that and kind of the whole separate for so we would also love to provide the solution for dead which comes out of the box and even knowing some of the requirements from the language part we could also provide some initial end to end tests for you like just from the beginning so i would say all of debt. You could automate a lot of the current development process. And how deep can you go. How far can you go. Actually what i should ask i to my mind. This is sort of the defining characteristic of what you're doing because there's an effectively infant roadmap of things like the so for example. In your coming next column you say eventually. We wanna have off. Methods google lincoln. So if i have a framework that bakes in google and lincoln off. And i don't have to go to using whatever module like firebase or as off zero or something right to implement these sorts of things like you know kind of arguably if you compare it to implementing this at the framework level or we. What are we call you again. Not a framework. But what no. I just to distinguish between the approach i would say framework is again so few with us all right so if i get like google aww at the jarvis kurt framework level. That's really appealing to me. And again you know like it's not by default that we are excluding into other baltimore solutions for example. I think it's very believable that we are going to have in the future support for using zero if you want to use it because it's a great tool it is just that you could easily be divorced and again the most going to majority of the ball and played connection connection with it so i'm not sure how he's going to go exactly that but i would say not excluding that actually you're accounting lot on using the existing solutions and intuitive with them. Thanks.

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"I would say especially wanting justice loan delay this framework for example. Is it baseball or angular or yak. So this is what takes a certain time. And then on the other hand we have also been you let's say typically is authentication and communication between server and the beckoned routing there is always a set of best practices on how to do and build stuff around that especially on the security and performance. So i would say these are one of the most common things that we believe are debates right now. Investigation development so. This is what we are targeting vosper right now initially gotcha another data point. Do you know dark line. Yes of course all right so dark lang really interesting company. Basically trying to shoot for the moon trying to unify a language with a hosting model with i think development systems led by paul bigger founder of circle. See i. i think it's unicorn company so really ambitious project with a credible team. When i was talking to them. I got the impression they bit off more than they can chew. That said i'm a believer. And i would have invested in the company if i could have. How does your ideology compared to dark. Lang's so i would say there are some similarities and also few key differences in what they're standing there approach so from what i know about dr clank. It was mostly focused on the backend. Actually distributed beckoned. Actually voice is more like food staples front-end vacant. But maybe the main difference dark it was in my understanding good general programming language so they built a new language from stretch so the main defer with been is that we are not trying to that was not a general programming language mentioned in the beginning domain specific language. And if you're not trying to make a language which is going to be our in both front end and back into the same time voice be just a high level language which is used for some high level application of sections and then we still rely very much on developers blogging. There be of gold right now in reacting oj s. So i would say no deck also allowed us to move initial version of pretty fast in those are the now to move faster because you're not trying to build the whole solution from scratch and we are very much focusing on inter activity existing. Stick so you know. In our opinion this is the this is our unique insight the future we believe that he's very important. All right so we're easing into the conversation. You're working on a full stack web development platform with an emphasis on open source defaults before we get into that business model. Are you thinking this is going to be a unified hosting and end framework. Yeah so so. He's not the front framework. Sorry i'm sorry. I i i think maybe maybe not the solution so i think that is definitely the good reading but i will say though. There's multiple potential positive democratization and will be far away from that because no just accident right now being an alphabet to obviously we have thought about it so i think there are several possible based on hand what you said is pretty straightforward also looking at other solutions is basically you know carrying hosting platform allows developers to easily deploy hose applications applications. And i would say no on the side with which also be logical easy using. Let's say more dangerous. Commissioner to be part of the enterprise license got it. And how do you build enough of a following to make that a viable business. It's a good question. I would say dave is actually our main focus. Right now is not so much about figuring out who is going to be the first customer you digest focusing building something that the bill bruce lava and the us so for i can share what his worked for us so far and how they are in the future but it is very much. We're making progress. So i would say you'll be starting to breaking the voice full-time about a year ago. Now almost here in the half and you know for the majority of the time was actually me and marketing. Trying out the prototype building out different objections seeing what works for dozen but we have also been existence putting it in front of developers because he wanted to make sure we are not doing. This is elation that be wanted to make sure you're getting input from other people who are very knowledgeable in the field so they've guided us and definitely a lot what we are building and i would say they'll be used cisco as the extended in others but with all that information will be kept building and released an alpha version in december last year. So we have to be to some good direction. Oprah hansa was number one laurent did they gave us an the initial boost and we started seeing all the people using it for headphones and it be or just justifying it out and building some projects joining open-source community after the ready has also proven to be a great source for developer judgment. You even not just the larger yet and even more like sap go because we can share a lot of insights. And what are we building asks for advice so we have been one of the moment maybe the most voters posts in seminole reading communities like we ain't jars so there was a lot of feedback and boost and you'll know the answer eventually the entered c. which was also obviously great for kinda maybe more sanitizing big vision. How do we want to focus on this and we debt. We also have the very successful hackers lunch so why thickness launch was. I would say one of the most successful launches the whole bates. Your bar tough. So they'll help us a lot in his ability and also very high quality from developers. Now we've set the stage. Let's talk a little bit more about the technology and division. So you know today. I'm actually getting started with a new company that making. I'm making the gaming company. And i'm doing a full stack javascript application. I've got my own big vision for the game. Obviously going to be react application. I kinda want graph q. l. involved but don't really wanna deal with graph curiel from day one because of setting up a graph all server. But i'd love to have the easy optionality later on. I want other saying defaults. You know i don't know limiting stuff like that obviously is gonna be off. I see what you're doing and it seems quite useful. You know a quote from your website. Wasp aims to be at least as flexible as the traditional web. Frameworks like ruby on rails. I mean is it so much to ask to have a full stack javascript framework. That is as good as ruby on rails. It seems like the world should have asked him toted there by now and i think next is that so why i guess. That's another point of comparison. You told me about comparing xjs. Yes sure so. I would say no nick. Maybe it's glare and the police. Which is basically i would say. The pd persons is next year is a bit more oriented towards fronton and no blue jay all of this and they kinda nato productivity trips next. Yes and ed's pool stay capability surrounded so i would say if comparing let's say bleed these voice closer to voice because they're still what was the default they experience. Give me more context. I haven't worked with either these framework. Yes or sorry sorry sir development the always the main difference for example negligees database so you can have some civilised functions and stuff like that. But you don't have a database and basically without that you're missing of actually a lot of these things to do your food. So basically they've kind of obligates giving you database and then all the stuff that you need around to make things work. I would say that is the main difference see next and wasp was full solution covering fronton beckoned and the debate altogether and so your databases is what mongo post grass. So right now if you're using a breeze. My database abstraction and breeze my supporting right now but they also soon as support for mongo. So they'll like altogether. We are very happy. Using prisma as the database abstraction because they also use dsl for their modeling so it fits very rarely are overall press. Okay show about the prisoner. I haven't talked to them in a while. They have been trying to make databases better for developers. What has been done to make databases better. I would say to many anyway. Similar through our regional. It was only that they're focusing on database part. Nba focusing on like full application parts. So let's say they also use their own dsl which is basically abstracting abstracting databases. So you can be either using bows grace or mongo and that's exactly what we want to do. It was making people to use whatever's acknowledged. Want whilst you'll hear you know all the same and all the best practices in place so breathing is also doing that in their own way. But yeah focusing on database later. Today's episode.

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"The pd persons is next year is a bit more oriented towards fronton and no blue jay all of this and they kinda nato productivity trips next. Yes and ed's pool stay capability surrounded so i would say if comparing let's say bleed jay these boys closer to voice because they're still was the default they experience. Give me more context. I haven't worked with either these framework. Yes or sorry sorry sir development that always the main difference for example negligees database so you can have some civilised functions and stuff like that. But you don't have a database and basically without that you're missing of actually a lot of these things to do your food. So basically they've kind of obligates giving you database and then all the stuff that you need around to make things work. I would say that is the main difference see next and wasp was full solution covering fronton beckoned and the debate altogether and so your databases is what mongo post grass. So right now. You're using a breeze. My air sir database abstraction and breeze my supporting right now but they also soon as support for mongo. So they'll like altogether. We are very happy. Using prisma as the database abstraction because they also use dsl for their modeling so it fits very rarely are overall press. Okay show about the prisoner. I haven't talked to them in a while. They have been trying to make databases better for developers. What has been done to make databases better. I would say to many ways similar through our regional. It was only that they're focusing on database part. Nba focusing on like full application parts. So let's say they also use their own dsl which is basically abstracting abstracting databases. So you can be either using bows grace or mongo and that's exactly what we want to do. It was making people to use whatever's acknowledged. Want whilst you'll hear you know all the same and all the best practices in place so breathing is also doing that in their own way. But yeah focusing on database later. Today's episode.

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"Montiel welcome show. Thank you jeff with imitation. Happy to be here. I'm thrilled to be talking to you. I have done a few shows about opinionated full stack web development platforms. And from what. I can tell you have a novel take on this. So you are building wasp which is an open source declarative domain specific language for using modern web development tools. So you basically are saying. Look the way to build web applications were going to be. Opinionated is react no j. s prisma at sarah. Tell me why you have formed these opinions about these technologies being the standards for web development. It's very with question. I would say his through that. You're being very opinionated. But not so much in the sense of the technology that we are allowing people to use like react and no. Gps it is more about other obstructions that we are offering to a language. So those are the main difference between spend the typical frameworks like rubio. Rails meteorologists is a very good example because they also coury fools. Thank for example. So i would say now covering the same problem which is building where applications in differential in the us in them is in the technical approach which means on the one side. You have typical frameworks based libraries and run times in out of hand. Divorce is going with language approaches. You mentioned domain specific language and they truly demanded reasons for this decision was because of the reason that we have higher level and possibilities to make more and higher ups directions so right now we're supporting react and no. Gps but actually the be goal was to be able to support multiple technologies and also multiple patriots in the future. So right now we know gs but we also want to add support in the future for view for example and even more languages on the back end for example go or ruby. Whatever proves to be a good candidate for that. So i would say that is the main difference and how we are opinionated. All right so let's go through a few prior case studies that we've explored so one that comes to mind is redwood j s. I imagine you've seen that right. Yes of course. So redwood j s we did a show with the i think the founder the original founder of get hub tom. Preston warner is heavily involved in redwood janus so that takes an opinion approach to web development. Can you use that as a data point of comparison. Yes i'm capital. Do so so say for that. Very good example. So modern up frameworks legitimation. Another one is also police. Jesus and i would say the main thing with them is they're both also fools. They frameworks which means they're covering both front-end and beckoned which is also doing especially knows be correct now the rubio rails. Everything started back then and everything was on the sewer side. Everything worked perfectly and we'll be perfect solution but then in a way in the sense of the technology and because these division on the front side which become much more heavy and much more client oriented and syria became morris the date that storage be serving data fronton so i would say this evolution of actually got the gap between front and they can and there was much more need for solutions to manage the state and the pantley and there was a lot of new ways and lots of new recipes is introduced in able to inform developer to be able to build a full statement obligation. So i would say no again. After -nology has evolved a lot and we are starting to see some bitterness in helpful segments are being built now they feel like there is a nutrient doors. let's say nigga generational rubio rails which is actually supporting that kind of developmental with all the strength to see sabina but supporting the fool modern force their picture and environment. So i would say in that sense. We also doing going after the same trend. And yeah basically the main difference. Between involved and typical famous redwood and blitz ease the technical approach means was language so we are not tied to the specific language like jazzed or specific architecture and also actually being language we can provide. Let's say they were experienced with. We want so we can reduce the amount of the boilerplate and make it even say more. Human readable develop burst. They're using it. That's really interesting because the human readability that hints at a developer ergonomics effort. Tell me about your actually. I'd like to know a little bit about your history and how you got to working on this. Yeah sure i think also makes a very good word and this is what we are definitely going after the outlet let me i share about the founding theme and was our big so no degree so beats me and my brother martin so gesture the about us. We are both computer. Science engineers be graduate masters. And you know doing university. Roofing is like google and palin doing internships. There have also been actually. We have always been much more. Let's say on the algorithm and beckons side especially on the by for medics and machine learning. For example martin was actually built one of the now a bit more. Well-known biometrics libraries for dna sequence alignment which is now being used by companies like bio similar. So we always kind of been ever taught ourselves side of developers. It was more like general salter developers. We just used what they needed to use but estimated building projects and doing different stuff. We always hit the needs to build develop verification for whatever algorithm video and we actually wanted tomato make it available to developers to use it and finally enough you know often. This obligation parts proved to be the more complex than actually algorithm or machine learning. Think that we have built. Initially so i would say from. This experience have been building web. Starting from jake and angular and the bone and now reik and also from the bank and blew venture everything from from java byte on now no so we always felt. There's no movie from project to another view over to relearn the latest and all the best breakfasts and how to build web jazz. Let's say to build a similar replication again. And over again so i would say for us. This was one of the big motivations why we wanted to introduce. Let's say language abstract enough that he can capture the essence and requirements the application and that is not going to be changing so much as the underlying steady changing because you're frustrated with needing to re relearn all the best practices. Just build the same application all over. Can you tell me a little bit. More about those points of friction. The you encountered in developing web apps over and over again. I assume there are some things that you figured out. If you streamline these things your web development process would go a lot more smooth yes definitely. I would say there's multiple things that we can encounter so far. And i believe there are more the suit understanding. But you'll get into the future but you know for example of building a typical grad application. So there is always the building theater mostly single page applications which means having a client that fraud also educated bacon server for the date so i would say especially wanting justice loan delay this framework for example. Is it baseball or angular or yak. So this is what takes a certain time..

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"matija" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

06:19 min | Last month

"matija" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Montiel welcome to the show. Thank you jeff with imitation. Happy to be here. I'm thrilled to be talking to you. I have done a few shows about opinionated full stack web development platforms. And from what. I can tell you have a novel take on this. So you are building wasp which is an open source declarative domain specific language for using modern web development tools. So you basically are saying. Look the way to build web applications were going to be. Opinionated is react no j. s prisma at cetera. Tell me why you have formed these opinions about these technologies being the standards for web development. It's very with question. And i would say is through that you're being very opinionated but not so much in the sense of the technology that we are allowing people to use like react and no. Gps it is more of other obstructions that we are offering to a language. So those are the main difference between spend the typical frameworks like rubio. Rails meteorologists is a very good example because they also coury fools. Thank for example. So i would say now covering the same problem which is building where applications differential in the us in them is in the technical approach which means on the one side. You have typical frameworks based libraries and run times in out of hand. Divorce is going with language approaches. You mentioned domain specific language and they truly demanded reasons for this decision was because of the reason that we have higher level and possibilities to make more and higher ups directions so right now we're supporting react and no. Gps but actually the be goal was to be able to support multiple technologies and also multiple patriots in the future. So right now we know gs but we also want to add support in the future for view for example and even more languages on the back end for example go or ruby. Whatever proves to be a good candidate for that. So i would say that is the main difference and how we are opinionated. All right so let's go through a few prior case studies that we've explored so one that comes to mind is redwood j s. I imagine you've seen that right. Yes of course. So redwood j s we did a show with the i think the founder the original founder of get hub tom. Preston warner is heavily involved in redwood janus so that takes an opinion approach to web development. Can you use that as a data point of comparison. Yes i'm capital. Do so so say for that. Very good example. So modern up frameworks legitimation. Another one is also police. Jesus and i would say the main thing with them is they're both also fools. They frameworks which means they're covering both front-end and beckoned which is also doing especially knows be correct now the rubio rails. Everything started back then and everything was on the sewer side. Everything worked perfectly and we'll be the perfect solution. But then in a way in the sense of the technology and because these division on the front end which become much more heavy and much more client oriented and syria became morris the date that storage be serving data fronton so i would say this evolution of actually got the gap between front and they can and there was much more need for solutions to manage the state and the pantley and there was a lot of new ways and lots of new is introduced in able to inform developer to be able to build a full statement obligation so i would say no again after it has evolved a lot and we are starting to see some bitterness in helpful segments are being built now they feel like there is a nutrient dove. Let's say nigga generational rubio rails which is actually supporting that kind of developmental with all the strength to see sabina but supporting the fool modern force their picture and environment. So i would say in that sense. We also doing going after the same trend. And yeah basically the main difference. Between involved and typical famous redwood and blitz ease the technical approach means was language so we are not tied to the specific language like jazzed or specific architecture and also actually being language we can provide. Let's say they were experienced with. We want so we can reduce the amount of the boilerplate and make it even say more human readable developers that they're using it. That's really interesting because the human readability that hints at a developer ergonomics effort. Tell me about your actually. I'd like to know a little bit about your history and how you got to working on this. Yeah sure i think also makes a very good word and this is what we are definitely going after the outlet let me i share about the founding theme and was our big so no degree so beats me and my brother martin. So just shortly about us. We are both computer. Science engineers be graduate masters. And you know doing university. Roofing companies like google and palin doing internships. There have also been actually have always been much more. Let's say on the algorithm and beckons side especially on the by for medics and machine learning. For example martin was actually built one of the now a bit more. Well-known biometrics libraries for dna sequence alignment which is now being used by companies like bio similar. So we always kind of been ever taught ourselves side of developers. It was more like general salter developers. We just used what they needed to use but estimated building projects and doing different stuff. We always hit the needs to build develop verification for whatever algorithm video and we actually wanted tomato make it available to developers to use it and finally enough you know often. This obligation parts proved to be the more complex than actually algorithm or machine learning. Think that we have built. Initially so i would say from this. Experience have been building web apps. Starting from jake and angular and the bone and now reik and also from the bank and leave enter everything from from java byte on now no so we always felt. There's no movie from from project..

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"matija" Discussed on Spoon Mob

Spoon Mob

05:48 min | Last month

"matija" Discussed on Spoon Mob

"Because that's how you actually will change things as as you know the people that come up underneath of you. They're going to move on and do their own thing and they're gonna take what you've taught them in mary that to their own thoughts and move this thing in this direction in that thing in that direction. And that's when you become something really special we're not gonna have it imported chavez. Not opening is next restaurant here. What's i almost almost did a whole from somebody under the bus. But the hamburger guy can't remember his name now but The cat from new york with the burgers and shakes is not going to revolutionize columbus cuisine. Right it's it's going to be the guys that are already here. That will move it forward. Nobody's going to be able to come in and do it. I like where it's at. And i like the fact that we have at this point. We have kind of a youngish amount of chefs that are coming up and enough older chefs to be able to pass stuff on you know and to be honest with you. Even the older ones are so really kicking it. You know. I mean whether it's chef bill glover with raise. Or whether it's you know chef matt higgins over preston's on. I'm sure i'm leaving lots of people out but you wouldn't call these the up and comers any right these are these are established. Names these guys that have been here a decade. They're teaching the the next generation that generations going to do the next new thing and that's the cool thing that that i can't wait to say you've mentioned a couple of times space in age. So what's next for you professionally a are you has the pandemic despite all the negative things. It sounds like. You're one of the few people that were able to make. Probably some positives out of it did that. Reinvigorate you to kinda push to grow again or you just content with like a bigger space. Your own production space reaches content with the way things are. And just yeah. I'm never content the way things are and three odds with you. It's gotta be a downfall of some sort my personality at some point in this case. It's probably good. Yeah i definitely need my own space. Needed my own space for a number of years So it's really the the next thing has got to happen and much sooner than later. I hope oh. I'm also one of those guys started this on a shoestring it's really kind of always been shoestring it's never been to the point where it was like just rolling in cash so it's always been very hard for for me to be able to put together what i needed to be able to build out a space so you know there's no lack of space out there. It's just a matter of being able to put the finances together to get it done. You know anybody looking to invest and we'll have a conversation. But yeah i mean that's kind of the thing is like you know the banks aren't quite as forthcoming as the. Maybe they were with money before the pandemic not to mention i had a i had a business. I had a food truck and failed disastrously so took a number of years to clean that mess up. You know. I've kind of always hoped that i would be able to fall in with you..

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Hewitt: Military, Any Government Arm Can Require COVID-19 Vaccines

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:27 min | 2 months ago

Hewitt: Military, Any Government Arm Can Require COVID-19 Vaccines

"Indiana university yesterday Got the green light from federal. Judge saying it can require kobe. Nineteen back scenes and by the way any arm of the government can indeed require. Koga vaccines for those who use its benefits or who are in its employ. I personally believe the military ought to have done this a long time ago in the national guard. It's a national security issue. Ted nolan the great water polo coach at uci. Irvine used to scream at his players to get the flu shot in the off-season saying if we're in the finals and you get the flu. I eight say at very colorful. Because he had a language like a sailor you will never be in my presence again and it seems to me that if you're a warfighting unit you have to be wore ready you can't risk getting the delta you need to be vaccinated and sorry. Join the military. You don't have any rights. But i would extend that to government employees and yes and matija indiana university. If i'm a college and i make that choice and it's up to them. Some don't wanna do that. That's fine but if they do it there can any private business can do. It doesn't violate your rights as an employee. The only thing that can happen is that the government can't make you do it. There would be some legislation possible. It would then be subject to constitutional stress test depending on the exemptions that allowed and and whether or not it was uniformly applied We would take a look at that point but you certainly could have the military do it in the military

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"matija" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

02:40 min | 7 months ago

"matija" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

"Playstation. Two.

"matija" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

04:33 min | 7 months ago

"matija" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

"I never got you guys. So thank you for kevin. Thank you really enjoyed.

"matija" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

03:21 min | 7 months ago

"matija" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

"Hey guys. Hey thank you for having me guys. Thanks for coming show man. Yeah no problem. No problem things which is greatly appreciated. I really like what you are doing. I didn't even know about your thoughts. Costanza was listening to some of your episodes. And then i see that really a lot of episodes man you great. You know we've been doing well. Yeah i'm driving a lot. So it's a great stick have Interesting podcast you know especially about the thing that i really enjoy you. Game send music. You know yes. That's an tell me which came first the video games music pow well I probably played video games a lot earlier. because I started with Nintendo and then super nintendo And the i. I played a lot of games then but When i started to be more interested in the music i Let down a bit of this gaming you know it's just You don't have enough time for everything everything it's like when i play the guitar and the practice still out the idea the team play. Yeah it's it was a period of life. When i didn't even play video games but yeah i'm coming back to and i. It's great to have this kind of job that i can Combined these two amazing creative worlds. Yeah definitely be said about the fact that you got you start with games got engaged in the music in the creation of music and though you had to step away from the actual engagement of the games to focus on honing your craft you worst still capable not losing your love for. We've got you there in the first place. It's a people like to thank sometimes that you have to give up video games in order to do other things but the truth is if you ju- if you're truly passionate about them they stick with regardless of the time and you kind of show that with your engagement with them to of course because It's like with everything you know when you when you have time you dedicate your time to it but if if something is your passion and you'll love it you will always get back to when you when.

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"matija" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

04:25 min | 7 months ago

"matija" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

"And we're back. You're listening to mock runner from the game cannibal with music composed by danny baranovsky of of a super meat boy fame. And it's funny to distract started playing. I haven't heard the canada. Os t since. I played the game way back when but it honestly sound like i was playing super meat. Yeah definitely has that style to. It's a very like electronic slash. Simple like has a symphonic kind of feel to it with a lot of movements and a lot of quiet like dynamic quiet part and a lot of amick loud parts. That's really neat. So they can. Evolve is one of the the one of the first endless runners where i mean. It's just a guy running across rooftops and like the buildings are exploding and they're falling down your crashing through windows but it is truly endless. Procedurally generated just obstacles constantly coming after coming at you and then you just playing for a high score and the score is just. How far can you run. It's the style of it is really clever is really cool. I played this a flash game. I couldn't believe you know like something. So simple could be so interesting and so addicting and it's really neat game. He can see it's on everything right. I think you can get on on your iphone android. That's out there on still get it. Yeah i'm pretty sure you can cam. It's a really really cool game. And so the. The opening levels of speed at are kind of running through a train and running on top of a train really written. Maybe think about this game even though in this game. You're all only running. You're not shooting or doing anything else. You're just running jumping. It just had that same feel to it. it's very to and classic pixel art style but it just all watt of style to it. You know it's got a lot of movement and motion. It's really fun. So if you haven't seen cannibal definitely check it on youtube and you can get on. Your phone is probably free. Maybe on your. I mean i played it it was on congregate. Does i think it was free then. So hopefully who now congregate is still. I don't know. I would be afraid to see who is squatting on that on that like crap. The episode crashed the ash. I'm not gonna don't even google crashing the site and crashing your computer. That's still they're still there sort of. Don't open it it's a threat. I mean it's already dangerous enough. Google chrome browser and doing the show at the same time to shake one thing i learned recently. Speaking of which zoom makes my entire computer just break it blue screens and my computer. I don't know what it is about zoom but like sometimes i can open it. He's fine like open and then close it and then a blue screen can't handle zoom on your new my old laptop open. Yeah your new ones going to be able to handle things trust me. I love that laptop right now. Like i mean that protective face with it right now whereas always case it's always secure but when i'm playing games on like i was playing zombie army four which is like a dead left for dead type of game sort of like more chaotic and it pushes your computer use a lot of affects glare. No it wouldn't even able to boot. That computer would just buttery smooth had no issues. I'm playing it in my lap. So yeah it was hot but it worked like. I was flabbergasted to have had a computer that can do this kind of stuff. If in is a solid state drive so boots right up. It's i push power and his already on. It's crazy people list. Welcome to like two thousand fifteen. It feels nice though when you haven't had that before it feels pretty amazing when i made the switch especially for the For the for the podcast. Computer that production. Peter it makes a huge difference. Okay so moving on on the line We have mataya alway from croatia and he is the composer of the game speed limit which came out not too long ago. And we're gonna chat with him. We're gonna talk about How he approached the game and what he likes about video games and music. It's actually a really.

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"matija" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

02:29 min | 7 months ago

"matija" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

"Feeling you've to be into this track.

"matija" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

05:28 min | 7 months ago

"matija" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

"Welcome back you're listening to the desert ruins zone one theme composed from the game. Sonic lost world composed by two moya. Otani takahiko iguchi. This was on the we you Many would say this came out after. Sega screwed up the sonic three d elements once again after because people would always herald colors and generations being like they did finally get it in then. I'm of the rare people who actually was okay with sonic lost world to an extent like the main gripe that i had with it was just that i got diverted. I i get sucked into music. And i like two or three areas great tracks to me and then the fourth he'll is somewhat stop sudden shutdown. But i really was a big fan of this stage in particular I i'm a guy. One of the rarities. I like sonic three d games because specifically because tutte the tutti sonic games focus on the platform when they try to squeeze in speed unless it's scripted is a pain in the but it doesn't work in to scale unless they panic back which they almost never do you know the two d like in two d half sonic up close and you can see detail him and the environment are but at the same time. You don't get much leeway to see what's in front of him. It's like boom. He's already hitting a spike but if they pushed it back you'd have to be able to expand the scope of what he can teach. You can see on the screen so it can be to deeds still give you fair warning of what's coming but i thought the three games kind of cover that at least because since their joey behind his back when he's running you're running towards everything see you can see it as it's coming almost like how. Ddr arrows will have. You can see them coming from the bottom to the top. You can plan ahead for what you've got to step on. Sonic music saudis eros coming screen. We are you trying to say. Let me let me put it into words that you understand rob okay this game that you love from one thousand nine hundred ninety nine. It's like sonic tutti. Ddr sudden move psyched jobs a lot like a woman blue. It's fast and you're always running into spikes that you can't see back there. It is there there is hanging up. There's right the book. Rob got this more of a pamphlet really. It's it's less less of a book more of a motivational poster. You put in your house of spikes take your time pace yourself. Pace yourself communicate openly. Don't lose your rings. Oh god toluca raise the game over. Screen could pop up wolf. I dig this track. I mean i will say it does sound like the munsters theme song for those enjoy. Classic television of the sixties the sixties or seventies sixties seventies early seventies because. They were still black and white. Yeah yeah that makes sense for a while. They go caller they were not well. The munsters day was in color. But not the original months like monsters. Kids no no no. It wasn't kids. They were still like no the munsters. It was just got to think about it now because back in the eighties and early nineties. They would do these modernizations whereas like nail their current. They're awesome the scooby. Doo puck kids. Yeah but it's clear also like hip and trendy and even the flintstones kids they were kids. They were also hip and trendy with the monsters. It was more like now. They're in color now. They're what the times you know. They were making references to eighty s culture. That kind of thing and the river monsters. Two zero zero. Wow this is. This is not exciting at all. I can you tell need anymore. Monsters up like an addams family today then again. The movies covered that and there was a cartoon cartoon for awhile right. They did and now they're bringing it back. When like christina ricci to going to work wednesday addams again. No i guess sick guy. They are all all girl up. Now it's all it is. Never really i think the way they're portraying and she's still going to be in school. I mean okay. Sure maybe she's going back for ged. I don't know there. Is you spend so much time being morbid. Never thought about education and how you use it to be more morbid. I was trying to be morbid. But now i wanna be a doctor who is also dr All right it's a move onto our next track. This is from the game is the not the original infinite runner but it is the the infant runner that caused a sensation. Is the one that really popularize. The january it's called kim bolt and The track is called mock runner. I think this is from stage. One and the composer is danny baronovsky. Never met or had a conversation with the.

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"matija" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

08:19 min | 7 months ago

"matija" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

"From all consoles and all generations whether it's old whether it's new refined topic we find some people to chat with and we have a good time listening to music. It's the way to go. It makes people happy and they give you something to move and groove like. We're just trying to make you happy. Receive joy so last week was our patriots episode and we had A fun quiz where we try to get. I tried to trick pronounce it. What was a real three d game. What was the one that. I made up And that was a whole lot of fun but there were some corrections on of composers and of song names specifically from some of those three games that i played on the show so at our website rhythm and pixels dot com. We have some updates there and per no. I been playing anything new this past week trying to so i finally took some time to start playing a persona five strikers which. I'm not sure if i ever mentioned it on the show proper but well this part. I'm sure i did. I'm a sucker for persona games and tim. Montgomery tennessee shocker. Everyone i know But strikers originally kind of didn't sit well with me because it was designed by omega force which i know it is the tecmo. Koei branch says hughley responsible for a lot of the musso tiles we come across part warriors teams and dynasty warriors skis and hyrule warriors game that kind of stuff and those games generally kinda into boring me over time because they don't derek. They don't differentiate enough between the actions of just mashed putting until you're done. So i was concerned that i wouldn't like personify strikers because there's going to be just more of the same in every attempt i made to get. These games always failed. But i'm happy to report. I've been enjoying persona fai strikers. Like it's the one. The narrative is still kind of their innocence. That you if you like personifies narrative this is a continuation of that game. So if you didn't play royal me You don't have to care You can move right into this game as sequel and the narrative continues on everyone's back together as the phantom fees chatting it up about stuff. Well they didn't choose to become these things happen. That caused them to have to do it again but all prisons again chatting with each other. Yes cool i wanna get like the social leagues and stuff like they used to because of course the game is more streamlined for action gameplay not an rpg but you still get the character interaction the dialogue and the hilarious moments that happened. I wish they'd stop picking on you so much. He's my boy man. My favorite of every every persona game everyone but four and five both had like three four and five had care essentially and i genuinely feel like june june. Pay still probably my top dog because he was so laid back but after him. I think ryuji legit was like john stupidity. Maybe if the cat jerker around so much he wouldn't make comments like he does. I love that. Like oh we're going to do this to save the world. Are we gonna do this. We gotta stop crime in regions like we're going to do this and pick up girls almost. He's the normal he's like the most average he's in group a teenager as the most like average teenager. And so like there's any opportunity like i'm like yeah. My character is going to hang out with reugee and try to pick up girls and of course they're going to fail and it's going to be funny but like i feel like this is the bonding experiences like the the teenagers need. You know i'm not gonna have them like okay now. I gotta go work out all right now. I gotta go to the doctor to get medicine. So that i can go to the next dungeon and no man. I wanted to be a teenager for a while. We'll we'll see what courses you're going to big bang burger on the weekend for saving the world on the weekend saving the world more like it's a great game. The combat is good. The characterizations are great. And the best part is that even the musto elements don't feel so bad because the combat heavily emphasizes exploiting enemy weaknesses like the ship. Montgomery tennessee is known for you. Have to still have decent using your personas though. There's a lot less personas now. So you're not as frustrated with choices anymore. You speeds now as long as you just kinda sort of pay attention to what you're doing you should be okay with your personas but i put it on hard mode because i'm that jerk and in fact whereas it personify i can play the whole game and never go to the store for items and armor. That's not gonna happen here. Because i got to a boss early the game who started mopping the floor with me and i was doing like two four damage per hit keeping in mind on pre was doing like thirty. It was like a nit-pick chip away damage. Bit like the boss. Before that i had one character survive it was panther fight against suck best and she sucky was strong against attacks so it was very frustrating. But i beat it to a grinding at it right. Yeah i have to finally start spending my money and i have to actually level personas and not. Just be like hey weaknesses. Careful fighter. I'll be good like no because sometimes the gain hasn't get by fire blasts off screen and you'll die because you have no armor hit so you're trying to play it like an rpg. You just can't do so. I have to evolve with the gameplay style and get better but i want to get better because i want to see this narrative. Play like the idea of how they like what they did not. I'm not going to spoil it for you but you're not in palaces anymore something else okay and right. Now they're trying to what the heck is going on. This isn't a palace this weird. So are you into it. Also probably probably because i think percents of five is a big game for you. Do you think it's like yes. Revisiting that world and seeing the characters again is is exactly that i like seeing them interact. I smile when they have these girl. Forms and people say oh lame because we'd content people wanted salt all the time like it's okay to smile at ridiculous stuff happening on a screen. It doesn't have to be serious. I have mega ten. Four apocalypse for the pocket megaton four for that. I don't need persona to be the seriously tom. I won't lie. Persona six comes out and they're like back to what persona to was like. I'm going to be happy. But with that said i don't need it to be serious. Get enough seriousness in games. And just in my life. That i'm cool with hanging out with a bunch of people who can't who like screw up like frequently idioms idiosyncrasies and things of that nature and just can't get right sometimes it's fun so but aside from that general view stuff as come by which is going to come up on this episode alley and also i feel like i finally stopped buying board games because not forever. I'm sure but until not not. Unless i can come up with a way to move your rhythm something because i have too much officially have too much out of space outer space. Like even like you're talking earlier about how like talking to people now. I can't picture so coated in my house at me. And i'm like here's my video game room because i think this room is perfectly structured and organized. Everything's well shelved board game room is like. Here's my trove of stuff is all the floorboards on the closet. If you should build like shelving in your basement wall to wall shelving off the floor so they get web link things i do. I have a billy down there. That i could use my concern about using the basement is and i mean maybe i could test it first but i'm concerned about moisture your your basements. I always dry right exactly every once in a blue moon mike water might come in. I might be this close to getting under wraps but if anything happens where moisture sets in there it could damage the game. Which is why i didn't use it originally. When i first moved into the house. I'm happy to hear that your game room is. Is that your.

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Game Review: Persona 5 Strikers

Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

04:42 min | 7 months ago

Game Review: Persona 5 Strikers

"Per no. I been playing anything new this past week trying to so i finally took some time to start playing a persona five strikers which. I'm not sure if i ever mentioned it on the show proper but well this part. I'm sure i did. I'm a sucker for persona games and tim. Montgomery tennessee shocker. Everyone i know But strikers originally kind of didn't sit well with me because it was designed by omega force which i know it is the tecmo. Koei branch says hughley responsible for a lot of the musso tiles we come across part warriors teams and dynasty warriors skis and hyrule warriors game that kind of stuff and those games generally kinda into boring me over time because they don't derek. They don't differentiate enough between the actions of just mashed putting until you're done. So i was concerned that i wouldn't like personify strikers because there's going to be just more of the same in every attempt i made to get. These games always failed. But i'm happy to report. I've been enjoying persona fai strikers. Like it's the one. The narrative is still kind of their innocence. That you if you like personifies narrative this is a continuation of that game. So if you didn't play royal me You don't have to care You can move right into this game as sequel and the narrative continues on everyone's back together as the phantom fees chatting it up about stuff. Well they didn't choose to become these things happen. That caused them to have to do it again but all prisons again chatting with each other. Yes cool i wanna get like the social leagues and stuff like they used to because of course the game is more streamlined for action gameplay not an rpg but you still get the character interaction the dialogue and the hilarious moments that happened. I wish they'd stop picking on you so much. He's my boy man. My favorite of every every persona game everyone but four and five both had like three four and five had care essentially and i genuinely feel like june june. Pay still probably my top dog because he was so laid back but after him. I think ryuji legit was like john stupidity. Maybe if the cat jerker around so much he wouldn't make comments like he does. I love that. Like oh we're going to do this to save the world. Are we gonna do this. We gotta stop crime in regions like we're going to do this and pick up girls almost. He's the normal he's like the most average he's in group a teenager as the most like average teenager. And so like there's any opportunity like i'm like yeah. My character is going to hang out with reugee and try to pick up girls and of course they're going to fail and it's going to be funny but like i feel like this is the bonding experiences like the the teenagers need. You know i'm not gonna have them like okay now. I gotta go work out all right now. I gotta go to the doctor to get medicine. So that i can go to the next dungeon and no man. I wanted to be a teenager for a while. We'll we'll see what courses you're going to big bang burger on the weekend for saving the world on the weekend saving the world more like it's a great game. The combat is good. The characterizations are great. And the best part is that even the musto elements don't feel so bad because the combat heavily emphasizes exploiting enemy weaknesses like the ship. Montgomery tennessee is known for you. Have to still have decent using your personas though. There's a lot less personas now. So you're not as frustrated with choices anymore. You speeds now as long as you just kinda sort of pay attention to what you're doing you should be okay with your personas but i put it on hard mode because i'm that jerk and in fact whereas it personify i can play the whole game and never go to the store for items and armor. That's not gonna happen here. Because i got to a boss early the game who started mopping the floor with me and i was doing like two four damage per hit keeping in mind on pre was doing like thirty. It was like a nit-pick chip away damage. Bit like the boss. Before that i had one character survive it was panther fight against suck best and she sucky was strong against attacks so it was very frustrating. But i beat it to a grinding at it right. Yeah i have to finally start spending my money and i have to actually level personas and not. Just be like hey weaknesses. Careful fighter. I'll be good like no because sometimes the gain hasn't get by fire blasts off screen and you'll die because you have no armor hit

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Healing The Land IS Healing Ourselves

All My Relations Podcast

05:53 min | 1 year ago

Healing The Land IS Healing Ourselves

"So welcome thank you. It is an honor to be here Thank you both for your work that you do within this podcast but also outside Of It You are both and inspiration to me as well My name is Kim Smith. I am bitter water woman to Cheatin- initially dotes at Nardini by Shas gene. A she does Chicago. Dole Kia Annella What'S OUT DENNIS ON? Initially I ac- Dan Not Shaggy. Ill Adult Day It's a doc on the Audition on National Shogun Hello Relatives My name is Kim Smith. I am Dinette. Bitter Water Woman Who hails from? A small village called Saint Michael's Arizona And now I live in another village. Another village call hug back New Mexico. Thank you thank you for having me. We are so thrilled that you're here came. Let's start the episode of by discussing how you came to understand that violence on the land is violence on our bodies. It took Me Really Looking. Got My spirit looking at how it is broken In the sense of how my body is reacting to the things that are in my environment I have an autoimmune disease. I have rheumatoid arthritis And you know having that type of disability can be very Hard and you know. Feeling the pain the intense pain and you know thinking about the land and how the land is hurting and thinking about it on that context of why. Why is the land hurting? And why is my body my spirit taking about in And so really expanding on that and thinking about it but also looking at things on the outside world as well you know because there are a lot of communities like my own are exploited That have these the rape of the land as you mentioned And really the deep understanding that I had the privilege of learning the most was on our walk and he called by the journey for and what that is is it was journey. of young women organizing A pilgrimage to our sacred mountains and there's six sacred mountains and when we first started the walk said there's four sacred mountains and come to find. There's a lot more than that you know. And so it was really this scouting mission for us of finding our original selves. You know reconnecting back to our homelands and These mountains are sacred because we believe our deities live there in their connected to our creation stories and from two thousand thirteen to two thousand fourteen. We really started to look at our communities. Like why are we in the state that we are in And so in me and my analysis of that I had to look at where I am rooted and looking at it from that type of Lens you know there is a coal mine five miles away to the east of me and then to the south of me. There is a transfer station for gas natural gas and so really looking at it. Like in that context of okay. This is how the community the this is how the earth is being broken and this is why I'm broken essentially And so it was really this idea of the idea that was planted in to me of okay. How are you going to heal it? How are you going to make things better? And I've been taking you know. Taking the prayers to the mountain is something that has helped me to do all of the healing. I feel I have done up until this point. And that really shows the connection the power of the reconnection that we have to their into the deities and to these sacred places and also the responsibility really that it takes to to make those pilgrimages to be in tune with nature with the elements as deny people. The elements are dis. Water is a deity air as a deity. And you know we need those things to live and when you're connected with that it's so healing and I feel that and it came from the walk. Can you tell us a little bit? More about the walk How long was it? How long were you on the road at? What were some of the things that you saw on this journey So in the Bay journey for existence we walked over fourteen hundred miles in the span of a year We started in the winter and the choice to go in the winter. Had to do with In honor of our ancestors who were forced to go on the long walk in the dead of winter like if we want to Honor them and so we left in the winter and For me I think of it as a modern day scouting what what type of monsters are on our land. It's a lot different. When you're walking on the land as the CO as opposed to driving through it you know you feel you hear you smell Can you hear different things and at the same time? You're connecting the DOTS in listening to elders and community members and sharing stories. And you know you're remembering or reconnecting to These places and it's just so incredible in that's where I met Matija She came and photographed us on our first leg of the walk in It the feeling and the things that we have seen It's so mind boggling that we are we were and continually are in that state.

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Whole Family Wellness

All My Relations Podcast

08:13 min | 1 year ago

Whole Family Wellness

"Let's start by having you introduce yourselves the way you would to a large group of people So I was born and raised in the area. That is now known as North Dakota. I'm from the Turtle Mountain Band of my Mom's side of the family. So I'm initial Bay and I'm Papa Lakota from the Standing Rock on my Dad's side of the family I lived on the East Coast for a number of years where I went to college at Dartmouth and I went to Grad School at Columbia University for Journalism and I am now the mom to a one year old and the partner to fashion. We live together in Phoenix Arizona where we run our our initiative called while for Culture. So wellness is my passion. I'm also a writer and a journalist but pretty much everything I do. Now is like health and family related Well softball scoop dodged everyone to the both of you and for those. That had a chance to me on. Yep Suga cash on knock to damage over jude are Choon. I'm from the Salt River. People around this area right here and Just happy to be here sup without the ATHOL AENA. Happy to be sitting here to be speaking with both of you. And it's awesome and you guys are one of our favorite podcasts and so we are just honored to be here and wanted to say thank you to the for the awesome work that you're doing with this in just around native country and the individual work you know we worked together. Matija in the past and I worked a little bit with us well at college horizon. So it's awesome to be here in this space to be able to be discussing more of these so very happy with that also work with the native Wellness Institute. I'm a board member there and I've been working with them now for about ten years now and Chelsea said one of the CO founders in our initiative that we call wealth for culture and and as Chelsea had said as well. Wellness is something. That's definitely my passion and the wellness that's rooted within our people and sexual ways. Yeah something that. I'm very passionate about and Just very Excited to try to share what little we know in this area of health and wellness as it pertains to family as you said and we know that that's a big part of of our communities you know it's it's the strong communities are built by our strong families and that's really the root of healing in the root of preserving and maintaining evolving. Our indigene are families and I think that's one of the most beautiful things we can put our energy and effort to especially in Mike this. You know when it's just we have so much going on and on world you know so my heart is full and I'm happy I you know I think the other thing. That's really cool. Is that you know you're a photographer. And you danced for years right with your work with Rohan long on the street. Dance B boy crews and stuff Yeah I didn't think about that what I think about this work. You do too because it's kind of like you know this evolution of becoming these. These people like Chelsea talks about you know going to Dartmouth and Columbia and becoming a journalist and and then you yourself. It's like being a photographer and working in industry and it takes so many different skills to put out content on a regular basis. And you know you to have been developing those skills for a really long time so maybe we could start just having you talk a little about the origins of welfare culture. And and your purpose and what that means to you individually. Well we founded in twenty fourteen shortly after I met. Actually we both were on our own individual healing and wellness journeys And we came together as friends and we did this cool photo. Shoot Auch Photograph me as it was at the time we were calling it like an urban warrior kind of thing but it was just this really cool fitness that we did in your city but meanwhile we were having all these conversations talking about how you know healthy. Lifestyles really are congruent. With our ancestral ways. Both of us were raised in ceremony. But both of us also kind of went the wayside with that a little bit You know during our teens and twenties and you know moving away both both of us moving away from our reservoirs and into cities and kind of just exploring the world and but eventually coming full circle back to that and so it was really cool because I connected as friends through that shared passion for connecting wellness with with our culture. At the time. We realized that there wasn't a lot of imagery of healthy active strong native people and we wanted to change that and so we co founded while for culture and it started as a website and an instagram and facebook page and then it quickly grew into basically this consulting business in Marietta. Other things that we do as well. Yeah we got together because like Jesse had said she was doing journalism. And as you'd mentioned I was doing photography and I after a while. I really wanted to start to kind of help. Help help with the movement that that you're contributing to your work is just to help to portray this our image. You know what I mean that we do have in our communities that often doesn't portrayed in so we started really like she said delve into that and we started really looking at it. And you know I was coming from a perspective of coming. From my community where diabetes obesity cardiovascular heart disease is really super high high in comparison to the non native people that are live on the border. Just a couple miles away you know. The life expectancy is just the gap between is is insane and so I was coming from from that perspective. That how we need to we need to really reclaim our health. And we need to put our health for first and foremost in our diginity to continue on and for me it was it was it was moved my body exercising and training and Alice really trying to draw those connections between that in and being a part of the community and We share a lot. Two of my personal observation is that I watched the the the the the community. I guess involvement and ceremonial things that bring wellness and love and happiness declined because of poor health. People can't show up so I just got really driven on this. This thing like you know we need to. We need to reclaim our health. In whatever way that is for people you know for me was exercising and know trend to really strengthen my relationship to food and so we got together and we start man this is. There's so much more than just you know putting out an image of somebody working out and trying to encourage and motivate people. That's a big part of it. You know but there's certainly a lot more to it so you know. We delved into it to try to create more of a wellness model. That was kind of rooted in in a lot of our cultural values and just kind of going around native country with my work. With Native Wellness Institute the Focus was always on on for sure was pinpointing historic trauma was healing but we didn't see the inclusion a lot of bringing a healthy lifestyle once again. It's as far as physical health. Bring our foods right back into the conversation healing or bringing movement and into the conversation. We're really seeing that so much too and I think that that's sort of like our generations contribution like it's what we're doing this all of us living here now so we really kind of just tried to go forward with that and develop it over the years and later on we became a family and and we realized that everything we were we were coming up with in creating and learning about and putting into practice and sharing about and doing workshops and trainings on was. We're things that we have this opportunity now to live that into model that and to to show that and I think that that's one of the most powerful things we can do is just model that you know model that that that wellness of that. Good life for all of our families to see you know. We're we're strengthening that spirit of wellness step brings families together increase healing once again to you know when when anyone participates in that and so and so you know. That's that's how we got to where we are with it today and as you said now we are really you know as a young family moving forward with that

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Actress Brigitte Nielsen Gives Birth to Baby No. 5

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00:37 sec | 3 years ago

Actress Brigitte Nielsen Gives Birth to Baby No. 5

"Thirty wbz news time seven twenty six actress brigitte nelson is a nielsen rather is the mom once again this time for the fifth time neilsen who is fifty four gave birth to a baby girl in los angeles on friday it is the first child for she and her husband matija desi and nielsen already is the mother to four sons ranging in age from twenty three to thirty four and coming up the trump administration says the us government knows where all the immigrant children in its custody are located tina cow we'll have that story and more coming up in the news at seven thirty.

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"matija" Discussed on His and Hers and SC6

His and Hers and SC6

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"matija" Discussed on His and Hers and SC6

"In a couple of really good don't tweet out one hour from here because actually i actually wanted to be there that ordering wanted to be a phoenix actually wanted to agree with you with the says'do it's just good to see this defense finally come together because so law you knew they could score points in an was terrible watch the run up down the field i it a division where we're gonna talk about the falcons burt meanwhile cam newton and the panthers lose into a team throw the seven times and in the book in the years they got infighting in their own going on with the plants are matija workers breaker anywhere the aforementioned falcons what's up with them man i mean for me from the one yard line that was crazy but that's cool with it works though right like like worst bill clinton is what i call not a whole lot as worker but in the left really briefly lost his all with the jets on on the way they can give their ducks in a row or better yet as julio jones's but it just not on the same page right now sort these you so really let's put it like this ryan was this more about the patriots figuring it out or or the falcons falling apart i mean the thousands looked to be playing in the fall like if you really what see what you did there at the other way it was it was a purpose will add i got it out though if a really good owner really good check with no other will you can't watch too much of the pay it all comes together you look at look at this game right steph argue more goes out johnson better mostly replacing jonathan jones replacing guys who aren't on his level guys who aren't paid to do what he does but they just listen to met patricia they just listen to bill bellichik and played the defense that there was supposed to be in men under they did the right thing they weren't those communication bus and so i think from the patriots standpoint it actually help them to be playing with guys who weren't quote unquote stars and they look at the falcons they had opportunities.

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