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"matt ellis" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:36 min | 2 weeks ago

"matt ellis" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Brita spent last season in the NFC East playing for the Dolphins but had limited action in 12 games played with 59 carries for 254 yards running back started his career as an undrafted creation in 2017 with San Francisco 40 Niners. His most productive season came in 2018 when he started in 13 games and 814 yards rushing bills will be meeting with a potential addition to their secondary Today, Adam Schefter of ESPN reporting that safety Sean Davis is visiting with the team. Davis was a stealer second round pick in 2016 spent four seasons with the club Before signing with Washington last March. He failed to make the cut for the football team returned to play in every game for the Steelers this past season. Got 259 tackles five picks 2.5 sacks before stumbling to fumble recoveries in his career defensive tackle Carlos Dunlap re signing with the Seahawks on a two year deal worth over 16 million. Washington football team signed free agent wide receiver Adam Humphreys to a one year deal. Humphries moved on to Tennessee. Following his first four seasons with the Buccaneers, Arizona Cardinals agreed to a one year contract with free agent quarterback Malcolm Butler, who was released by the Tennessee Titans earlier this offseason, one year deal. For $6 Million on the sabers have just announced in a statement that Don Granado and Matt Ellis have cleared Cove in 19 protocols. They will join the team in Boston to coach the club. Last night. The Penguins extended Buffaloes winless streak to 16 straight with four. Nothing win Thursday night. Next up the sabers, as mentioned visit Boston for a Saturday afternoon. Matt name That is your sports Update from one builds.

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"matt ellis" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:30 min | 2 weeks ago

"matt ellis" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Here's Chris Boden scoreless after 20 minutes of action here at the United Center. Welcome into first period. Central very busy night in the NHL. It involves every other Central division team in action squaring off against each other. Of course, right now in Columbus, Carolina, holds it to one lead over the blue Jackets after two Carolina come into the action, one point ahead of Florida for second in the central and five and back first place Tampa Bay, Columbus at 33 points to behind the Blackhawks for fourth place. The Blackhawks. Next opponent is Nashville and the press are hammering Detroit this evening by a score of five toe one. Let me just double check to make sure that it's still in the first period, they scored four goals in the spam. Two minutes and 34 seconds and included a hat trick by Rocco Grimaldi. Yeah, they're late in the first still, with the predators, leading it, 5 to 1 national coming into this one. Four points behind the Blackhawks. So Rocco Grimaldi with a hat trick there, late first period. Nashville over Detroit, 5 to 1 down in Dallas, Tampa Bay and the Stars are scoreless there about midway through that first period as The Lightning look to stay perfect this season against the stars right now, after two periods of play elsewhere around the league, the Rangers hammering Philadelphia 62 Mekas, a Benesch had with a hat trick there. He scored those goals in sequence that over the course of two periods, so the Rangers just thumping the Flyers, who have dropped six of their last eight coming into this one. Also after two, it's Washington leading New Jersey 3 to 2. Alex Ovechkin, in his return has scored for the caps. Also through 40 minutes, It's Toronto and Ottawa tied it one as well as Pittsburgh leading buffalo to nothing after to the sabers riding a 15 game losing streak. And it got even worse today when their interim head coach John Granado, and assistant Matt Ellis, replaced in covert 19 protocol. Kevin Adams, the general manager and former Blackhawk is working behind the bench for the sabers in Pittsburgh tonight. In the second period late second, Boston is leading the Islanders 2 to 1 in the Bruinsfirst game in a week, and after one period, ST Louis and Minnesota are scores a little bit later on Vegas will take on Colorado. N betrayed Deadline day, The Bulls acquired all Star center Nikola Vucevic, as well as Al Farouq Amine from Orlando in exchange for Wendall Carter Jr. Otto Porter Jr and a couple of first round draft picks. The Bulls were also involved the three team trade with Washington. And Boston, Daniel Gafford and Chandler Hutchinson going to the Wizards, and when the players the Bulls did get backup forward Troy Brown junior center Daniel Thieves and guard Javon to Green. Bad news for the White Sox today is not fear to a loyal men is needs surgery to repair a Tauron pectoral muscle. Suffered in yesterday's exhibition game, trying to catch a home run ball over the fence. So Jimenez out 5 to 6 months, there's a slight chance he could return before the end of the regular season. Dillon Season 294 win over since now today, five innings of three hit one run ball. Michael Kopeck was tagged for two runs in his inning of work, while Zach Collins went deep for the White Sox. Cubs will be in action a little bit later on tonight. Actually, they'll get going here at the top of the hour when they take on the L. A Dodgers again the Blackhawks and Panthers scoreless after 20 We'll talk about it with Troy. Next. 10 7 20, WGN. Steve Bertrand.

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"matt ellis" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:35 min | 3 weeks ago

"matt ellis" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Out Kruger's time behind the sabers bench and for two seasons are up. He was fired yesterday after 97 games on the job. Don Granado was named the interim coach and will be Running the team tonight. Steve Smith was also let go. One of the assistants on Ralph Krueger staff Matt Ellis is now an assistant coach Dan Girardi as well. Though Girardi is still in quarantine, he will not be able to work tonight's game against the Bruins. Seven o'clock at KeyBank centers, the sabers try and snap a 12 game winless streak or losing streak. Whichever way you look at it, we'll have the game here on WJR pregame at six. Rangers meet the Flyers last night was close. So nine Nothing the Bills and Levi Wallace agreed on a one year contract. I buckle restricted free agent Gadd say. One year tender. Lee Smith is officially traded to the Falcons. Seventh round pick in 2002. Cem. Former bills Finding new homes. John Brown lands in Vegas, as does Quinton Jefferson. Robert Foster. Remember him? He was signed by the Dolphins. Kyle Van Noy, who was cut by the Dolphins is now back where he used to be. No England Arizona brings in a J. Green for one year. There's speculation that maybe that means the Cardinals Olara Fitzpatrick is going to retire. The Viking signed Patrick Peterson. Curtis Samuel added to the Washington football team, A sand Reddick goes to Carolina and Gerald Everitt as a one year deal from Seattle. College hoops the N C. A. A tournament begins today with the first four We'll have those games over on ESPN. 15 20. Those are your paddock. Chevrolet Headlines..

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"matt ellis" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

02:30 min | 3 weeks ago

"matt ellis" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"On a tough day, as you don't know, ever leave Ralph Krueger and Steve Smith. I've been coaching duties. Great people have a lot of respect for both of them. I want to thank them for what they did to this organization. And as I mentioned beginning very difficult, effective immediately, the interim head coach will be dying. Granato Mad Ellis and Danja Gravity will take on an interim assistant coaching role and Mike Bells Miles fee and Kyle Smith will continue in their current rules. There. You have it from Kevin Adams yesterday as he announced that Ralph Krueger has been fired as the head coach of the Buffalo sabers. Just 97 games into his tenure in Buffalo. Kruger comes out Don Granato becomes the new interim head coach as he moves over from being an assistant to now the head man behind the bench. Assistant coach Steve Smith was also fired from the team after parts of three seasons with the organization. Now. Matt Ellis, who currently serves is the director of player personnel. He'll move behind the bench as an intern assistant coach also become an intern, assistant coaches Dan Girardi, who's a player development coach with the team. Get details of the story of Ralph career getting fired as well as More from Kevin Adams. Conference call available for you found our website. W gr 5 50 dot com. Meanwhile, the sabers they'll look to try and snap a 12 game winless streak this evening as they take on the Bruins and Don Granados first game behind the benches in term head coach He's off tonight, except for seven o'clock with Paul William Bell's pregame show's starting With Mike Show. Open the Bulldog at six o'clock right here on W. G are just one other game around the NHL last or one of the game, The East Division at least last night, New York Rangers, They throttled the Flyers on home ice by a nine to nothing so ramekins finish at a six point night, including three goals. And before the game, the Rangers announced that their entire coaching staff had to be placed in covert protocols, which meant their age. Shall staff had to come up and coach the game and it worked out just fine for the Rangers on the football Free agency officially opened yesterday is the newly year kicked in at four o'clock Eastern standard time. Yesterday. The Bills didn't make a couple of moves as they officially have traded Lee Smith to the Atlanta Falcons. Meanwhile, they've officially come to terms with Emmanuel Sanders. Also from yesterday, the Bills re signing cornerback Levi Wallace to a one year deal. Meanwhile, like Bacher, he receives a one year tender from the team. SAL Cup. A Joe's got more details of all of those stories available for you at W gr 5 50 dot com. Some other notable signings from around the NFL yesterday included a few notable former Bills..

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"matt ellis" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

02:29 min | 3 weeks ago

"matt ellis" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Sports Headlines coaching Change for the sabers yesterday, Ralph Krueger let go after 97 games on the job. On criminal Don Granado named interim coach So he will be running the team tonight. When they take on the Bruins assistant coach Steve Smith was also let go. The new assistants are Matt Ellis and Dan Girardi. Bruins air Here It is a seven o'clock came tonight. As I mentioned it. KeyBank center. Our coverage begins with the pregame show at six course you probably know the sabers trying to snap a 12 game winless streak. Rangers didn't have their coaching staff last night. They were all in covert protocols. They brought up the coaches from their HL affiliate. Maybe we'll stick around. They beat the Flyers. Nine. Nothing NFL News. The Bills and Levi Wallace agree on a one year deal more on that with Sal in a moment, But girl restricted free agent guard receives a one year tender. Lee Smith trade is official with Atlanta. The return is 1/7 round pick in the 2022 draft former bills finding new homes yesterday, John Brown and Quinton Jefferson in Vegas. Robert Foster in Miami. Calvin Noi is back in New England signs a deal with the Patriots, his former team. The Arizona Cardinals reach an agreement with AJ Green on a one year deal. Patrick Peterson to Minnesota. Fitz has a nice weapon for the W. F. T S Curtis Samuel signs a three year deal with them. Hassan Reddick to Carolina and Gerald Average bills. Fans we had talked about him is maybe a tight end option. He gets a one year contract with the Seahawks N C. A. A tournament gets underway today. It's the first four We'll have coverage over on ESPN. 15 20. Those are your paddock. Chevrolet Headlines Paddock Chevrolet with you for the extra mile Next update seven o'clock. I'm not gonna timeline it all for me. It's about getting it right. So if you felt that it was absolutely the right person, and it happens quicker than okay, he needs to take a longer time because we haven't found the right person. Or just this isn't that easy of a time to just have conversations you know, and meet people face to face either, so I don't wanna be rushed in anything. It's about getting it right. And that's what you know is something that I've talked about since June so important people And in how we move forward, and we have to make sure on this That was Kevin honors from his zoom call yesterday.

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"matt ellis" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

03:20 min | 3 weeks ago

"matt ellis" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Com DC's A paddock Chevrolet Sports update after one of the worst starts to a friend shy season in history of the Buffalo sabers. Ralph Krueger has been excused as head coach of the team. He's he is fired after his 97 game tenure with the team. General manager Kevyn Adams yesterday addressed the media following the firing of Kruger and said he felt it was the right decision at the right time. Right. You need to be done now. You know, I think we could talk about could have done before. For me. This is about results that haven't been good enough and I look in evaluate everything, and I was trying to take a real Just fair evaluation, understanding the adversity and the situation. Our team was in taking it all into account. But it felt like the right time now, and this is about moving forward. This is about how do we improve? You know, I do believe every crisis is an opportunity for positive change in this is a chance for us to move forward and to begin to get this thing pointed in the right direction. On Granada will shift over his duties from being the assistant coach to being the interim head coach. Meanwhile, Matt Ellis will step in for Granados place on the bench. Meanwhile, Assistant coach Steve Smith was also fired yesterday from his duties after three years with the team. Taking his role on the bench will be Dan Girardi, However, Girardi will not be able to coach tonight's game dude quarantine issues. So that means Rochester Americans head coach Seth effort will come up and take his role on the bench and get more details of the firing, and also from what Kevin Adams had to say yesterday with her own Paul Hamilton available it w G R 5 50 calm. Meanwhile, the sabers are back in action this night, taking on the Boston Bruins at KeyBank Center piece off tonight. It's at seven o'clock with the Paul William Belts pregame show. Starting at six with Mike Show Open the Bulldog right here on W. G are just one other game in the East Division yesterday, and he was a blowout in Madison Square Garden. The nine nothing win for the New York Rangers. They scored all nine goals in the 1st 40 minutes of play, and before the game, the entire coaching staff of the Rangers had to be put into a cove in 19 protocols. Which means they're HL staff had to come up and coach the team and then I'm working out just fine. It's because of energy had had a six point night, which included three goals to football. The Bills yesterday, making a few official announcement says they have officially agreed to terms on Emmanuel Sanders or his one year deal. Meanwhile, they also announced that they have Traded tight end Lee Smith to the Falcons, also one other signing yesterday, a re signing the Bills, bringing back cornerback Levi Wallace on a one year deal. As for around the NFL, the Former Carolina Panthers wide receiver, courtesy angle. He's going to sign with the Washington football team and gets $34.5 million with his new deal. Veteran cornerback Patrick Peterson. He goes from Arizona to Minnesota's He signs up one year deal with the Vikings for $10 Million. Meanwhile, former Bangles wide receiver AJ Green he's going to Arizona and signs With the Cardinals and in one other signing to pass along and which involves the F C East, Kyle van Noy. He stick it in the division. He goes from the Dolphins back to the Patriots. He's returning. To New England on a free agent. Deal that your paddock Cheverly Sports update paddock Chevrolet with you for the extra mile. I'm breaking Wilson for w.

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"matt ellis" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"matt ellis" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"And this is this is clearly, you know, part of pinions all kind of pre face it with that. But if you really historically look at Tipco Tipco has fundamentally been that company behind the scenes that make sure the major players in the industry are able to deliver on their promises. So you know, we connect in operate against the data and the systems to make sure I I don't know your kid has their Christmas presents under the Christmas tree on Christmas day, man, that's powered by our technologies. So we've traditionally built technology that powers the world, you know, major players. So we're not necessarily interested in competing with cloud vendors like AWS, we wanna work together with AWS because they provide something immensely valuable to the table in. In we provide something that they don't which is the technology that enables the enables all of these other major players to facilitate their promises as as I did to earlier Leon anything you wanna add. I mean, if you if you look at what Madison saying I fundamentally agree with him. I mean, I don't think we want to compete with with the likes of for example, AWS with with whom we have an amazing partnership. And if you look at the innovation that that's coming from from joined companies, if you will it's it's much more than any of those two companies would have been able to do below. So rather than competing with it? I would say that the offerings that both of us have were definitely complement one another. Yeah, I'd agree with that. I mean, there is so much to be done in helping out insurance companies telcos banks these companies that are making their way towards being software companies towards being AI. Companies these companies with the tremendous data advantage that need a whole lot of help in terms of revamping, their technology and and building software company like processes that. It's it's much more. I see it at least much more as a positive some, you know, opportunity for partnerships rather than this zero sum competition for deals. I mean, people might see for example, like the Pentagon's competition for the ten billion dollar cloud budget, and they imagined that this is this is euro some battle between cloud gladiators. But for the most part, that's not really how it works. People are just picking and choosing technologies and those technologies are working better. And better with one another. Absolutely, I agree with you one hundred percent cool. Well, guys, thank you for coming out to offer engine daily been really great talking to you about flow. Goes there anything else that you want to add about the project? Yeah. I mean flow dot IO or hit us up on get hub. We've gotta get her channels. So if anyone's interested in or if we've confused them completely. Definitely feel free to to hit us up on gator, get hub and happy the Chet awesome. Well, thank you. Matt leon. Thank you. Thank you. All of the advances in data science and machine learning over the last few years. Most teams are still stuck trying to deploy their machine learning models manually that is tedious. It's resource intensive and often ends in various forms of failure the algorithm Mia AI.

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"matt ellis" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"matt ellis" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"That is coming at a typical. But it's a new Tipco where you know, open. Sources the the tip of the spear. I remember talking to a friend of mine who spent five or ten years working in the quote IOT industry. And this was I think he he worked in it kind of early two thousands, maybe two thousand to two thousand ten around then or two thousand fifteen roughly and IOT is something that you know, it's been around the corner. For ten or fifteen years. But here, I think we're actually seeing it happen. It is coming to fruition. And we're seeing that I think you know, you see that in the rebranding of IOT to edge computing. It's almost like a more palatable reframing of it. Because the word IOT has such a blemish around. It. Do you think I o TS is finally happening? So I think it's happening. It's gonna continue to happen. I think the quote unquote, IOT segment is is massively fragmented massively confusing in the sense that you know, it's not a singular internet of things in that that form. So I do agree with you that, you know, rebranding counted to edge compute the helps clean that up a little bit. But also also changes the notion a little bit, right? So it's it's about moving compute to the edge. Not just having a network of things, but it's about doing things at the edge. So I think that's where a lot of the new notions are starting to to come up. It's what processing what? Logic. Can I move to the edge and then in fundamentally reduce my cloud ingress costs? Right. I mean, if you if you stick everything in the cloud, and that's the central point for everything, then this this network, this network of things the IOT in the IOT Rome has to communicate with the cloud for everything. I mean, that's massively expensive massively difficult in the sense of many of these devices that are sitting in remote locations that have poor to no network connectivity. So so I think the shift is the the reason why the rebranding to edge computers, not just to clean up the notion of IOT. But to also imply that things are actually happening at the edge. It's not just producing data. Not in a sense has been around for as you said for for really longtime, and quite honestly that was kind of what what spawned the big data era. If you really think about it. I mean, all these things at the edge producing data caused the data volumes to balloon and eventually became out of control. And then that's where. Had spark which produce things like, you know, massive distribution cluster. Distributing data processing and things like that. Now, we're we're shifting to the realm of that's actually do something at the edge. Just make the edge actionable and make the edge itself sparked. I'm always curious about the business strategy around software engineering, heavy companies and tiptoes and interesting one because you're very successful company. You're not exactly major cloud provider. You're not one of the AWS, Azure. Google cloud companies. You're also not a startup and have had lots of conversations with startups about how they are competing with the major cloud providers. And it's always interesting because the major cloud providers have such an advantage in terms of sales channel because they've got all these established customers, but on the other hand they have so much surface area that they need to cover and it's really hard for them to actually figure out. What is there? Their core competency other than I mean, they have a lot of core, competency, they have so much surface area to cover. So where do you find the business opportunities? And where where do you see as the best business opportunities for Tipco as you move into the future? Yeah. No. That's a fantastic question..

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"matt ellis" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"matt ellis" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Talk more about other services and tools in the ecosystem that people might be using flow go with so for example, I think of things like AWS Lambda, or perhaps any number of these you know, is for machine learning like image recognition or object, classification or audio transcription. How do you see flow? Go fitting into that increasing server 'less application ecosystems, but funny that that you ask about about to release. So we were actually the at least the first application integration vendor that launched a native Lambda support for flow, go. So remember that notion a bit bit earlier where I said that the flow go flow, we can is essentially a function. So essentially, what would happen is you can you can leverage this notion of a Lambda trigger the Lambda trigger when. You Bill droplets nation, you essentially every flow that has a Lambda trigger gets produced as as its own function that can then run on on AWS Lambda. So we've even seen people use the Lambda trigger to write flow applications at actually serve up a Alexa, actions and things like that. So they've found it to their their echo. And then and then you can ask, you know, the to do certain things, and then it ends up hitting a flow. Go flow that's running in Lambda as a function who any of the logic, though, keep my not all of the event driven capabilities make fences Lambda functions so flows clearly do because they're kind of kind of this this singular event processing process engine if you will. But but say, you know, a contextual rules engine doesn't really make all that much sense as the Lambda function because hey, you know, once the function stops. He you must you have to assume that you're any state that you are persisting is now gone. So we definitely have things for for Landau girl. So looking at as your function support as well as Google cloud. Function support as well. So so server list is something that we truly believe as as being a being something that is quite important for for developers in the developers end and ops ops guys in the future. So were really supporting that. And then also the event driven notion of server service fits fits, very well within an are event driven pattern also flow. Go came out of Tipco where you guys work. Why is this being built at Tipco? What were the customer problems or the just ecosystem changes that you were seeing that led you to building flow go, so yeah, that is fantastic question a couple of things. So obviously, we decided that we needed to evaluate how proper cloud native and edged compute devices would function in the future and how we build technologies that support deployment paradigm and devices. So that that was one angle, and we also firmly believe that open source is the right solution. So if you take. Step back. I mean, we fundamentally believe open sources kind of the tip of the spear from an innovation perspective innovational happen in the community, it'll happen openly and will mature the product as a community not so much as a singular company. So that that's also a pretty big shift from from our historical strategy, which is something that I'm quite proud of men and really proud to be part of it's exciting. So yeah, it's it's like, you you kinda I guess the underlying point to your question was this fascinating..

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"matt ellis" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"matt ellis" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Your application or your flow will will process data? So an event comes in off of a arrest, you know, arrest trigger or a calf trigger or whatever. Right. Maybe you enhance the data you quarry data from another data source. You enrich. Chit than you right into a database, and you do some other logic. And and then you return a result back to the caller. That's how you kind of start implementing your your micro service. And then again, we have that go API. So that you could leverage those four hundred contributions that exist in the get hub community to code your your API code, your, Microsoft, just just using go. We've got this other concept of so we've talked about the triggers already, but one of the unique benefits that we haven't yet touched on is that you could actually have multiple triggers bound to a single action. So if this case if we use the action as the flow, you can have multiple triggers bound to a single flow. Okay. And the flow itself is almost treated like a function. So we like to say it's kind of like a function as a flow if you will. So the flow has input parameters and the flow has output parameters. So when the the event source or when the data comes in off of one of these events orces, the trigger or the handler, actually maps the trigger. Data to your flow. And then you're flow operates against a predefined schema or predefined objects set, so the logic in your flow doesn't actually have to change even though you're consuming data from multiple different triggers. So in this case, it's allows you to really build a robust and kind of flexible, Microsoft, MRs in the sense that you can consume data from multiple different sources without changing any of your your app logic. If there are people listening right now, and they're still trying to figure out whether flow go fits some application. Use case that they have can you help them think through this who should be using flow. Go. Yes. So that's this offend has to question. So I think there are a number of different personas that should be looking at flow go, so so I four most of the most generic sense say anybody that wants to build event driven applications should look at flow go, so how do you wanna process he's events? Are you processing singular events are you processing stream of events or maybe. One of the other actions that we haven't talked about its flow go rules, which is a at the moment. It's it's really implementation of a rules that that rule network that that can perform execution of rules, against fact known fact, so it is stateful in the sense that historical facts can be persisted in in memory. And then you can execute rules against incoming events and then join them against those historical facts. So I'd say generically if you wanna look at if you want to get into event processing you want to consume. You're not quite sure I'm going to consume from casket today. But that could change later, but I don't want to change it or redo a bunch of application logic. Definitely look at flow go if you want something that's lightweight inefficient. Absolutely. Look if logos. So if event driven is something of interest to you, you need something that's lightweight efficient in you need something that has machine learning constructs built as native first class citizens within the the overarching ecosystem framework than absolutely look at flow. Go there as well. What are some other example, applications that you have used? Logo for this one? I will kick over to Leon. He's built amend and help people build quite a few different apps from slack integration. To a bunch of other stuff Leon to cure. So I'm actually starting off with decided to Craciun simply because that seemed very popular nowadays accident the group I was talking to earlier today. It was one of the things that they wanted to build simply because it's it's an easy way to watch extend slack with with even more capabilities than than you already have. And as mattress talking about the event driven paradigm. And in this case, it would be, you know, sending a slack command or Justice slack listening in to everything that is going on in particular channel some of the other applications that I've helped build is install so very simply people automating their their day today..

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"matt ellis" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"matt ellis" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"That's what a trigger is. And what would be like an example of that? Like, if I'm developing my flow, go application or my flow, go micro service. What would be an example of a trigger? Okay. So in this case, if you're developing an application, you look at it in the sense that okay? So I wanna consume events from some source, so I wanna consume events from kaffa and I wanna consume events from M T. So calf gun 'em, Hugh, q t t or both might triggers. Okay. Those are listening on a certain calf topic not topic things like that waiting for events to come in once the event arrives at the trigger the trigger dispatches that event to a handler and the the whole purpose in life for a hand. Or is essentially to decide who processes that event. Or in other words, what action processes that event? So then a handler will dispatch that event to one or more actions, and then an action processes the event in a capability that's relevant with that particular style of event processing, so if you're processing singular event, and just maybe you're enriching the event and writing it to a data store, that's a flow. Okay. So a flow is a process is essentially a process engine that that includes things like flow control, and branching and conditional logic that allows you to take an event in process at single event. And then continue processing events says as they come in. If you wanted to do something like a stream processing than than you'd pass it to a stream action in the stream action has this notion of stateful nece that that persist over a period of time. And maybe you're aggregating something over a period of of time and things like that. You've also got the notion of of an internal channel. So the all of these individual event processing capabilities or actions can pass data from one point to another. So maybe you initially have trigger handler dispatches to a stream pipeline stream pipeline aggravates over a period of maybe fifty or whatever fifty second window does some other aggregation doesn't filtering and then passes processing over to a flow, which is said is a process engine, and that allows us to do things like check conditional logic right things to a database. Maybe we enrich the data. And then we maybe we publish that back out to another capital..

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Software Engineering Daily

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"matt ellis" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"And taking action is is obviously something that's massively important, but that's only one when portion of the equation flow. Go is described as this event driven ecosystem. It's not exactly. A framework describe what the goals of the flow. Go ecosystem are and what the scope of the project is. Yes. So this is this is rather interesting. So we kind of go back in time two years ago or so we sat down and we said, hey, listen. So you've got this. This new emergence of compute. That's coming online. How do you build an process data at the those edge devices? But also had you do it in a cloud native way in how do you build this? You know, this this concept of this framework. So we took a step back, and we came to the realization quite quickly that you cannot simply take an existing tech stack. That's, you know, maybe built in Java or no jazz or something like that and retrofit it to to work on on an edge device or a device with much less compute. So we began building up logo. We picked go laying as the language of choice for a number of reasons you can compile down natively compiled quite quickly. The binary are statically produced or statically compiled meaning. That you've got no no third party dependencies that you need to pull in at Runtime. So you the only thing you really need on these edge devices is an OS which in this case is oftentimes Lennox, and then you've got this tiny binary that runs. So it started out, you know, in in kind of that capacity. Iot was a classic example because you had resource restricted environments, though, cloud native was also something that was, you know, in the front of our mind as we were building out the framework, and then and then time time kind of progressed, and we said, you know, listen, so we've built this framework that is event driven by design. Meaning that you take an event you dispatching event to a worker a worker does something with that event. And and that's it. Right. So we kind of took a step back and say, listen. So an event is fundamentally just something that happens. There can be one of them. There can be millions of them. It's how you process the event that's actually different. So we began exploring the concept of stream processing as as. As it relates to M L model influencing. So we quickly came to the realization that hey, you know, what oftentimes this this? This raw data is actually meaningless on its own. How do you produce a derived value that that's meaningful and allows us to execute predictive models? So we implemented the stream processing action or in other words, the stream processing event processor. And that's how it started expanding into an ecosystem. Because of the way was originally built from the beginning that that it it does process events, we can add in different event processing capabilities amid expose those out to this this ecosystem notion, and then developers have a multitude of ways that they can they can build applications. They can build applications using web based environment or they could use our goal Lang lib and write their own go applications, and they can they can use it in a number of different capacities. So that's how it's kind of expanded overtime hope that make sense. Why has there been an increase in? People developing event driven applications. It's a good question. So I I mean in reality. There's nothing new about event driven applications in general, right? I mean, we've we've always had this notion of an event and how events are produced and consumed has change in the nomenclature perhaps. Yeah. Exactly, exactly. So so it also technologies evolved. So we've moved into things like M, Hugh, t and we've moved into to to consuming using things like kaffa, and the the notion and the simplicity of leveraging those technologies has kind of brought back up the importance of an oven event in less so of the the traditional request reply pipeline that we've been used to for for quite some time. Let's talk about the vocabulary within flow go. So you have triggers actions handlers flows. Explain what a trigger is an example of a trigger. Yeah. So a trigger is that event sink. Or event consumer if you will. So so something like a kaffa consumer or an t t listener, that's the notion of of a trigger. So that's that's the instance, or the the go go routine that that sitting there listening for events to come in on that particular pipeline..

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"matt ellis" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"matt ellis" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Today, we're gonna talk about flow go, which is an event driven ecosystem. It's an ecosystem for building applications that have events or they might have lots of stream processing going on. And we'll get into what those different facets of the application ecosystem mean, but I want to start with one specific application, which is machine learning on edge devices. So this is an interesting and burgeoning area because we have edged devices that are ingesting large streams of data, for example, a video feed and the edge device can facilitate machine learning across that high throughput data stream, but it's obviously a challenge because you're bottlenecked by the amount of storage the amount of networking capac-. Thirty on this edge device as you have this trade off between what are you doing at the edge? And what do you want to try to do in the cloud? So if we're talking about specifically machine learning on edge devices, what are some applications of machine learning for edge devices yet, it's fantastic question. So I mean, if you truly think about it, and you've you've called this out already. You've got these edge devices. I mean, you've got thousands of them potentially that are producing data points, and you could be producing data points, you know, roughly data point per millisecond or even even at higher frequencies. So oftentimes taking that that individual raw data and transporting that backup to the cloud is is not practical. So so typically what you end up doing. Is you apply some element of stream processing, so I like to say is that in this case stream processing is often oftentimes used as data preprocessing. So if we take a concrete example, we've demonstrated the idea of taking edged device with an accelerometer and the accelerometer is is used to predict whether or not. But you know, somebody's walking running. Maybe they fall in the how great or what was the the magnitude of the impact and things like that. So you process the stream of data, and then you prepare the feature input into a format that's compatible with the the the MO model that you're influencing. And then you can you can leverage things like like tensor flow to inference Dorado, or the, you know, the process data, and they come up with a classification. So being able to classify that the base on accelerometer readings at the person's walking running they've fallen. And then you've calculated the magnitude. So the the impact was was rather great. Maybe we should alert somebody for some help or something like that is an ideal scenario where you wanna perform the logic on the edge device because I mean, you can imagine if you're streaming up that data to the cloud, and it's producing three thousand data points per second. Obviously the person is especially if they're internet. Connectivity was was flaky as is the case with most edge devices than than the person..

"matt ellis" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"matt ellis" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"Analysts appears to be kneedeep according to fierce wireless fries and management called out wearables like the apple watch specifically during the carrier's reason earnings call with analysts cfo matt ellis said that the operator added five hundred fifty thousand connected devices in its postpaid figures which he said were predominantly wearables remember when gene munster resigned as an apple analyst hari yes shearer it was a little over a year ago that he left piper jaffrey to start loop ventures that's a venture capital firm specializing in augmented reality and virtual reality solutions artificial intelligence and other advanced technologies that seriously you do something for years and years and how he's he's had to walk away apple insider has mr munster's firm offering new numbers not on a are not on v r or a ai and just for good measure e i e i o his latest notice on apple pay according to the lingering uncle apple pay his currently used by roughly one hundred twenty seven million users globally and yet only sixteen percent of iphones out there or used for payments quoting the peace the yearoveryear growth of apple bay as impressive rights loop ventures analyst gene munster noting apple's own claims of active user numbers more than doubling and with transactions more than tripling over the same period the report notes that this growth is taking place despite the firm's own estimate that only sixteen percent of global iphone users have turned on apple pay on their mobile devices.

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"matt ellis" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"matt ellis" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"Analysts appears to be kneedeep according to fierce wireless fries and management called out wearables like the apple watch specifically during the carrier's reason earnings call with analysts cfo matt ellis said that the operator added five hundred fifty thousand connected devices in its postpaid figures which he said were predominantly wearables remember when gene munster resigned as an apple analyst hari yes shearer it was a little over a year ago that he left piper jaffrey to start loop ventures that's a venture capital firm specializing in augmented reality and virtual reality solutions artificial intelligence and other advanced technologies that seriously you do something for years and years and how he's he's had to walk away apple insider has mr munster's firm offering new numbers not on a are not on v r or a ai and just for good measure e i e i o his latest notice on apple pay according to the lingering uncle apple pay his currently used by roughly one hundred twenty seven million users globally and yet only sixteen percent of iphones out there or used for payments quoting the peace the yearoveryear growth of apple bay as impressive rights loop ventures analyst gene munster noting apple's own claims of active user numbers more than doubling and with transactions more than tripling over the same period the report notes that this growth is taking place despite the firm's own estimate that only sixteen percent of global iphone users have turned on apple pay on their mobile devices.

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"matt ellis" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"matt ellis" Discussed on WDRC

"A plan to repeal the obamacare individual mandate democrats like ron wyden in claire mccaskill are furious and during tuesday's senate finance committee markup let republicans know this read defines the scope of this markup new we didn't know anything about this and that's why in his saw important that we get the time to address the people this is gonna hit our middle class people fittest instantly this whole deal was supposed to be about healthy but republicans like senator pat toomey from pennsylvania shot back saying the individual mandate is based on a flawed premise that the federal government should force americans to buy overpriced health insurance even if they don't want to adam shapiro fox news and other students fraternity gas and a college greek life suspension this time in tech said the president of texas state university says she's deeply saddened by the death of a fraternity pledge and is suspending all fraternity and sorority chapter activities pending a review of the entire greek life system on campus 20yearold sophomore matt ellis found unresponsive at in offcampus apartment monday morning and died a short time later denied newspaper says ellis was initiated into fi cap aside the night before police suspect alcohol was involved the case sadly reminiscent of what happened last week at florida state university and follows greek life suspensions there at penn state and lsu therese crowley fox's actors rose mcgowan who has been leading voice against sexual harassment as surrendered to police in suburban washington other drunk charge stemming from an incident where personal items of hers when left on a flight that landed at washington's dulles airport mcgowan's charged with possession of a controlled substance she was released on five thousand dollars bond lee sylla sarah fox news radio channel three warning weather from the talk of connecticut partly cloudy tonight lows in the twenty th partly sunny for wednesday highs in the upper 40s rain and wet snow.

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"matt ellis" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"matt ellis" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Shooting throughout the community suspect shot into homes at cars in one car hitting a woman and a child he also shot into a local elementary school where another child was said and this is where officers caught up with the suspect engaged two officers they returned fire the suspect was killed at the scene a total of seven crime scene none of the children shot are among the dead i'm jim rupe and other university suspends all fraternity and sorority chapter activities after the death of a frap pledge texas state university officials say matt ellis was found unresponsive after attending a party that fi cap us i fraternity members hosted sunday night police in san marcos about fifty miles south of ogdc they suspect alcohol played a role in our top see scheduled universities president says chapters won't be reinstated until a review is done at the entire fraternity and sororities system on campus earlier this month floor a state university's president announced a ban on all fraternities and sororities after the death of a student at a house party ran jury investigating an alleged cover up in the shooting death of low kwan macdonald has been dismissed after the special prosecutor assigned to the probe announced today that there will be no additional a dog deichmann dr nick gale has more that means there are three officers charged in the alleged coverup to protect officer jason van dyke including bedbugs partner the lead detective and another officer that was on the scene the grand jury which was convened in november of 2016 filed charges of conspiracy obstruction of justice and misconduct in june against detective david march and patrol officers joseph walsh and thomas gap meet the afghan veneers the october 2014 incident in which seventeen year old mcdonald was shot sixteen times by van dyke mcdonald had been in possession of a knife at add slash some vehicles official high on pcp at the time van dyke his by not guilty and is awaiting trial nick gale wlsam 890 news new details on the 2012 death of the owner of a.

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