23 Burst results for "Mishra"
Software Engineering Daily
"mishra" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"You want to deliver the right ad to the user. And during that point of time, since those markers are so dynamic in nature, going back to the back end in a dynamic manner at the same time and getting the result in something the right head becomes very crucial, especially from the revenue point of view. So that's one of the critical thing it does. Apart from that playback platform also handles like various challenges. The challenge is like game extension, because any live event, all the programs have some schedule. So that's how we also do that here in our case. We have everything is scheduled in advance, but in case of live event, if the game goes over time, you're a schedule kind of disturbs. In this case, you have to basically manually from the content operator point of view, go back and reschedule everything. And then just to extend for a couple of minutes, and also you don't know how long that game will be extended. You can predict okay, it will be 15 minutes or 20 minutes or 30 minutes. But you can not predict exact moment. Okay, this is when this is going to end. And this is when my next program boundary restart. So coming up with that kind of prediction and then extending those kind of events right at the moment is risky and also from the digital streaming point of view because in your back end, it resets lots of things. You can not rely on the caching for this kind of scenarios, because it's going to create thundering hard kind of problems. So this is one of the main features like or playback platform needs to support in general. Other than that, standard expectation from any platform, where it should be scalable to millions of concurrent users and it should be resilient enough and fault rather so that we can support things the way they should be. Will any stream processing system at some point has to manage the debate? Do we want to run with batch mode calculations or be totally event driven or some sort of hybrid? Where do you fall in system design? It's kind of a hybrid, I would say. So what we do, most of our contents are like in live streaming, as I said, dynamic. But we can still calculate a couple of things in advance. When I say advance, not an advanced couple of hours before, but at least a couple of minutes before. And this is where we use, you know, like, I would give an example of latency, right? Whenever any broadcast event is going on. So there will be some latency from broadcast to digital streaming, right? And that is the thing we kind of use in our benefit. There is latency. So before the streaming is going to propagate into different clients before that itself we get all those requests into our system. And that kind of helps us to catch the data. So we use that drawback in all benefit in order to serve the dynamic traffic at a scale. Not only that we also have done some analysis like that, okay, this kind of metadata are going to be available in advance. So we are kind of ready with those. And these kind of like metadata are not going to be available. So how do we basically create those buckets for dynamic data so that even in case of failure, it impacts us very less from the feature point of view without impacting the streaming? We all want to know that we have enough to get where we want to go. For instance, you either have enough energy to run a marathon or you're on the side of the road wheezing. How about your startup? Does it have enough cloud computing power to win and handle the really big customers? You might think stable enterprise ready cloud infrastructure like oracles is out of reach for your new company. But Oracle for startups is made for.
Software Engineering Daily
"mishra" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"The Internet is a layer cake of technologies and protocols. At a fundamental level the Internet runs on the TCP IP protocol. It's a packet based system. When your browser requests a file from a web server or an MP3 file from a podcast feed, that server chomps up the file into tiny pieces known as packets and puts them on the network labeled with your machine's address as the destination. That system obviously works incredibly well for receiving a file from a web server, and if some of the packets arrive out of order, that's not a problem. If one is lost, it can be sent again. There are no guarantees in a packet based system. No direct connection. If a flood of new packets show up, the system can slow down and you may experience a lag in response time. This can be annoying when visiting a blog that is slowed a load, but it's not really a ruined experience. Streaming video on the other hand does not degrade elegantly in this situation. No consumer wants to have the experience interrupted with a spinning wheel. Traffic can be spiky and unpredictable, especially around live events. All this is to say the stakes are high for building a scalable, efficient, streaming video solution. Ahmet mishra is a member of the team at Fox, which is responsible for building platform to live stream content across the Fox properties. In this episode, we discussed some of the technical milestones and delivering this platform and why golang was the right choice. Act in.
"mishra" Discussed on Premium Hoops
"Yeah. That's that's the other step from us. You know like it's important to build upon your strength a lot of times. That's a guys get better. They get their their their But just one little area There little more wiggling diversity on the role would really help him in the offense. And i think i think there. Because he said he's he's long agile is coordinated for center You don't need much when you can get to the rim in two and a half step so Point line so yeah. I i agree. But he's a guy that i really think he's going to have a nice year Barring hells just give him with sell after. I think his his breakup when a little underrated last year because nobody expected the knicks to be. I mean nobody spent the next abuse. 'cause they were by the time they weren't like everyone took them seriously troubles out because i don't think he played last like mid february. I didn't play Excuse me late marked my goodness but yeah. I played a missed most rafter mid-february so Point being there. I think the knicks havoc rotations nowadays should be. They got better than they were. Laugh at your at least on paper. You don't know how things are gonna go randall. All that it'll be good of course but Yeah i think he is a guy that could really get some small some shine team the expectations here because that's half about right Rake recognize if you're on team. The people expect to be bad by the time the next four good He was silent. Unfortunately yeah definitely I totally agree. I'm excited to see what he looks like this year. I actually like i think. The knicks finished with the third best defense last year. I wouldn't be surprised. If a. I mean i it sounds again. It sounds like maybe they finished you in higher because they they doubled down on that in some regards You know retaining a lot of their key guys. And i think having mishra back will be so huge like maybe like i know if they'll be top three again but i do think that they're pretty much close to a given the way that tibbs hasn't playing guys of bought into it I don't think it would be unfeasible for them to be top five again. At least that would be pretty important for them to be top five again. I think their offense will be better theoretically but will be kind of waiting to see what happens with that bribery agree. I think his improvements defensively fantastic. I'm interested to see him play. And he's a guy who i think. I i buy as being all defense at some point in the next three or four years. So it's just gonna be waiting to see that happen. I actually want to transition to another big one of the last guys. I'm not last guys. Blast bigs on my list And that's jared allen for the cleveland cavaliers. So i know this one product i mean. He's been pretty steady presence the last couple of years..
"mishra" Discussed on Pocket Jaces
"If you're playing a non michigan bobbled aca the moment in modern. You might just be making a mistake to be honest yet. It was the is it. I'm obviously you've had a bunch of the form up but my my kind of reading on this format. I looked at the top five dax out of represented by the mad at night. It is a diverse attacks five percent of the fatal. Sure but i can see that. Changing of these are very good. I know it's true on an all those tax mistress baubles afar off. I thought Is this a problem. Is this an obvious You know similar similar brainstorm in historic ripe thought that you know it's fitting into lots of different things you know just becoming more represented to yes and it's kind of. I think what happened is it was always broken. With laura's ones lyricist breakfast at chateau became a thing. I think it was like. Oh this is probably too good casting a bobble every turn from the recovery for zero with alerts and play. That's pretty good. That's probably too strong now. The fact that. You're doing that with the dragons ray chandler synergies as well. You're getting the survey offered monitoring one like i. It's crazy. How many decisions you have with these dragons red chandler's dachshund turn one because like if you have like a fetch and a shock in your hand on dragons ray chandler onto mishra's bobble your like headway order this. Do i want to shock. Play the dragons raise. Chandler play the bobble to survey l. One now and then drop it. If you know like top or do i or do. I want to play the dragons right. Schaller wait until next. Turn to bob. So then i can show it away with fatchett you know. There's just so many so many little things..
Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith
"mishra" Discussed on Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith
"It's the word in trying to read the word that becomes the linguistic part of the slow down mechanism for dyslexia. If i see something embiid as the word elephant. I have to go through the process of trying to understand one out of say it to ends up becoming recognition. It is the elephant objective of what the elephant is inside of the sentence then becomes part of the comprehension that i then makes what we do process wise slope right but interesting to note that this a better way more depth white ran because like for years would fly. I'm doing a. I see the word elephant. I'm already three steps ahead. 'cause i'm not a not slowing down. I'm not getting that granularity of meaning or context right ryan just skipping over right. My brain is filling in blank and going pitcher of elephant move on rapidly losing lot of meaning home. That's what's wild about that through the slowdown process like rabbits. You're having to be mindful and it's you don't have a choice. It's like right now. Then become the realization inside of the three dimensional mind then starts to become photographic about it because they run a crutch if they've problem-solving mind goes if i need to remember this word again. I'm going to remember what it looks. Like three dimensional. As opposed to worrying about the phonetics of how evolves. When i'm looking at this is where the dyslexic mine after talking even to so many dyslexic then become more accurate academically connected to what they're passionate would say. You know it's funny. I found that. I wanted to do whatever environment it was that i'm working. And because i had to learn this information yet the telemetry in the data. I had to start reading your when i started reading. I found it not so difficult because my passion was driving me through the problem. Okay whereas were as an took years for them to be able to say that realized that get to a position where life to see that a trial or younger person that maybe is going through. Those issues doesn't have that stanley yet in terms of their passions. What they wanna do right life. Mishra not totally source and so as we disconnected right right but interesting to note. Is that that then. That three dimensional mine is thinking more as you said. This is why started giggling myself about the bigger part of the sentence structure what the elephant is maybe what the the imagine native aspect to the three dimensional part of the sentence opens up differently for the dyslexic. Any consequence may also slows down slightly because we become part of the more interested in in shape of what's happened but that that i want actually then become photographic about it. I always say people if you're meeting somebody and communications that's a dyslexic. Don't tell them something. You don't want the remember because remember. Ironically your assist people say at remember all this stuff like even the things that you teach the things that you're interested in and you sound like a walking library..
The My Future Business™ Show
"mishra" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"To your point. can you make just. How can we add visual passer to make it more fun. And it'll it has also led to a realization that we should put less on slide than more you mentioned by powerpoint usually because there's too much information on the slides. We both have become more thoughtful so from a demand perspective. That's uncle with his affected us now clearly from a sublime view on our team which is international. I think has gone to the challenges vague. Like any other team working together right Getting mental health an important important important issue. How do you make sure that teams is connected. And this thing now in the us where we live has been going on for over a year. Man an india. It's been over a year and things are still getting worse right. So how do you as a leader. Keep your team motivated and inspired and to the pandemic guts challenge. We faced just like many other companies right. But i think we're kinda grateful in a sense. We're not like the restaurant. Business made yes. Demand is still been demanded still been strong year. they're getting crushed out by And not everybody. Who's listening to the call today. Old very best. And i hope things turn a corner soon for every sector every industry out there now. I'd love to talk about your ladyship payment code who actually is part of the presenting team if you could introduce them force. Yeah now a rick. Sue present the so. Our story My wife actually founded present pm about five years ago and when he had this idea to delve into business presentations. Making you mentioned you many In early in career entrepreneurs you know we were not twenty-somethings looking to start a business made so we took a very different approach trade of had successful corporate careers and you know a business or businesses. Basically a set of hypotheses that you're you're pulling on disproving and star that's what a startup is they didn't want you d risk offices then you have a business so what we said a instead of both of us. They quitting our jobs and jumping headfirst into this. Let's think of a more phased approach right and one of us should leave our jobs for us and try it out and see visit market so five years ago my wife she left she used to leave. Data science and back She left. it's a cancer drug company and the barrier and she's talking present him so she was the founder and founder of founder opens india and she just started Working with inish our friends and colleagues in the beginning and that's how the company started zil a she and i we met in business school so we met at the wharton school in university of pennsylvania and she She grew up here in the bay area and she also went to mckinsey and company the forest. Starting present the right. So that's the she now the founder and president. Yup i am. I left cisco Houses senior vice president in this group about four four years into to present him..
The My Future Business™ Show
"mishra" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"I've always been about with two wonderful kids and living in the bay area and working on tax. Which i love so i'm just very grateful and i'm full of gratitude and when things go bad i just remind myself off the time when i was in high school or college and then i think you know if my the fifteen year old roger and heard this is how things will be I would be joint and no problem in another brought. No problem is counterbalances. All the good luck and al in a good thing that happened to my life. So that's how i look at it. Yup and I generally feel it. Every problem can be solved. Yuck and that's how i take it but you know it's everything is all of these awesome nat Everything is a bonus at this point brick. Yeah absolutely love your attitude You know the the attitude of gratitude as aware. Now i you. You've touched on tech. this is clearly. The kind of the core of today's i'm call. You've had lots of experience in a senior executive elsewhere. You've just mentioned some of them actually looking through your present him ladyship tame it's wonderful would love to touch on momentarily but i think it's time to to us the obvious question what is present. And what's it all about. Yes so you know. The foundational belief can behind present him. Rake in this idea that Everyone should have a fair chance to bring their ideas to life writing. It comes from my upbringing realizing that you know the playing field is not always fair. Rake or is not always level. I found that you know people who are more privileged. Get more shots at goal people who are out more money at more more chances opportunities so always thought that the playing field is on level And the other thought. I've had going up. Is that stories move. People people have ideas but in the end we are all social and things wrapped in a story is what moves people not data by itself or not ideal by itself and These two tots. Rick have been kind of the two intertwined threads that i've been thinking about mulling about since i was a kid at lingfield not being level and store you can move people and i went to a role and i worked at microsoft mckinsey and enciso now looking itchy guy you know. What is the thing that i would love doing that..
The My Future Business™ Show
"mishra" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"My dad had little had a little scooter. Rick that he would drive and my mom would sit in the back. I would stand in front of other. Would sit in the middle. So on os. Pretty pretty unsafe. But what. Yeah and then we would drive along the coast of mumbai. The rose marine drive and that you could see you could see some of my ships there and my one of memories need pointing to one of those ships and saying you know. That's my bad ship right. He is his had a member. Just on that scooter on that blue scooter with a wind in your hair just being with your parents and just being happy to see all the ships mercy. He when life was much simpler. I i wonder what's your father i guess at a very foamy figuring temps of you'll against your attitude towards And in general who who helped shape you to pay demand that idea thing. Yeah i think any. A lot of people Clearly my dad had a big influence ratings are very optimistic dreamer right and So adding i get that from i. I my mom is gonna practical. Not protect the downside. So i get that from her. But i love I love reading and I think a lot of my a lot of my he willows. Are you know a mentors of people who whose works Because i feel that in a book people still kind of their their best with them. And just having opportunity to read that i think would be awesome right so someone like Really dahlia who's the founder bridgewater associates in. Oh i love what. He's written a love. Some of the give and take of adam grant has written. I read a lot of history. So i would say it's Out books you know have been the most formative experience Influence absolutely now. We've got a lot of Startup entrepreneurs on the line we have existing small to medium size business owners or agenda. Day love to this about the stories from those who have walked the path before we always hear about the successful solid business. But when when there's rocks on the road and you hit bumps and things like that. How do you deal with them. Is that is a special type of person that needs to be involved or you just have to have the right mindset. How do you go about dealing with the problems. Yep megadeal you. My approach i I'm very grateful. Rick for how life has turned up and like when i was in that scooter..
The My Future Business™ Show
"mishra" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"It's one napa napa valley wine countries reclosed where we live at what you've got ta Alcatraz you have maverick speech Surf break this lot. Yes there is. The forty niners a sports follow. I love sports. But i grew up in india so My first love is crooked off names and everything else in everything else is is is a far second do going meatballs. Absolutely i'm going strategy in cricket follow and obviously required. Combative outweigh the australian. Sa- wonderful competition to follow that. That is yeah yes Even though from my perspective it's not as bad just matter of course absolutely look at left to ask you head much time away from from the workplace because i think that on balance you know it's one thing to be hard worker always at it but i wonder if there's any consequences in not having any downtown get i do actually i I m m my wife. And i we had to boil down to. What is the thing. That's most important to us and we came up with a word called harmony. That's what bic so being held family and work. You know we try to make sure there's a balanced so we do. We have two kids so we try to make sure we do. You spend time with the kids and each other like every july. Take my son out for we do a father son trap and we've been doing it since he was four years old. He's now because last year. That's you know speaking of quick and we went to the cricket world up in england allow July the over four. We've gone to south africa together as father and son Costa rica and to all kinds of all kinds of places. Yeah that's interesting. Yeah love and you know because you can always get You know you can't get more time kenny. But you can have these experiences while the young. It's very nad. stats right. that's ramos. Among whom you life was an ice cream eater before mouth saw that is what is that cider lock is like an ice cream eight for goes away lava. Eight afford mouse. Yeah an and. I know that in middle probably my son stand people years. My daughters live. Maybe soap six sixers for and they'll probably be spend more time with your friends and not as much with their appearance church So this is the dime are feels like a clock ticking so we want to build as many memories. We can with With the kids and also with the family. So i've gone and we'll talk about that. Have consciously prioritize at drake goes. I'm sure i won't regret spending more time with my kids. When i'm older the absolutely there's got to be that sense of urgency. There doesn't they wonderful jet When you were growing up Where were you exactly. And what are some of the fund memories just one fund of memory that you have growing up. Yeah we aggression rig what. I grew up in a middle class. Family india yep And in ob were not rich not poor comfortable and we were happy for all the small small joys of life and My dad was in the indian navy So he would. He was a captain on ships and on navy ships. And my fondest memory is when we were in mumbai. I think i was seven years old..
The My Future Business™ Show
"mishra" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"This is the show that gets you in front of your best audience in cape now on. Today's show him on the line with the one full ratchet. Sure it with him to the show garage yet. Thank you rick. It's a pleasure to be here. Yes absolutely wonderful to have you here. We were just speaking before the call just to ease way. Today's amazing session. We're gonna be talking a business that regime. And he's tame he co founded in fact called present him now before we jump into the core of the coal era yet. I love to learn about the papers. That i'm talking with. Because at the end of the day we know that businesses business. It's mechanical there's lots of constance in business but one of the most amazing variables to any business other people behind it. So i would love to learn a little bit more about you by starting off. I'm asking you way located. Well i live in the bay area in california in the us. So in downtown. Los altos between palo alto and mountain view in hardest silicon valley. Oh absolutely wonderful and is a team like all located locally or is it dispersed across the globe. We have a global team. Rake and we've always been gonna distributed model people working from home even pre covid so we have a team that's based in the us. That's all over. Some of them are local. The some of the engineer inuring gallagher's local moby also have a team in india Designers and the team of data scientists machine learning folks so the us and in the other two locations and everyone works remotely so yeah. I'm sure there's lots to talk about. Intense of how covid has impacted your business. I know that has had an impact on others. Might be awkwardly. Fortuitous that Things have happened the way they have for business. Clark here on. I'd love to delve into that in a little warmer as yet but tom. What does the mark. i'm that people would know Where you live local landmark Maybe the golden gate bridge your love. Lubbock yeah i know..
Larkspur Dance & Choreography Podcast
"mishra" Discussed on Larkspur Dance & Choreography Podcast
"You were going to feel better. Yeah so all of the energy so you're connected tissue is it's actually their stability system is what's holding you up. Your bones is not your muscles connective tissue. When it's the hydrated hold you up. It can't stabilize you. So your muscles have to take over and that takes more energy so when you were just doing something sitting up at your desk instead of letting your connected tissue hold you now. Your muscles are having to strain. And so let's take more energy and then when you get up to try to take a class than your yeah and you and a lot of times your muscles if people talk about tightness in muscles amenity tight especially you're so as muscle 'cause they're so as it's it's where where you bent in the in the middle like it's your waist because it connects in the back and goes down. You're police yeah but a lot of people talk about having tight ships in that area is not tight. It's exhausted trying to hold you up in a way. Not zion too. It's like white. Knuckling yes exactly exactly so when you don't have your muscles on how to do that. It just releases all of your office extra energy So for the injury prevention piece When you're tissue is hydrated so for example the What tends to happen with the injuries is it's because your body is not stable and instability causes a compensation and it starts to recruit muscles that they weren't designed to be worked in that way ryan and it's like trying to use. I don't know a plastic knife to cut a room. Yes no by. I like that cut. Better thank you her. Yeah mostly refuse. If you i mean especially when a maybe little overcooked try to use a plastic knife for that is probably going to snap in half right. Yeah so when you're trying to recruit muscles for stabilization that were not used for stablization. They're not gonna work not gonna function as well in the. You're going to be trying to move on a destabilized body. So they're specific techniques hydrating. The tissue helps that process but there are a melt techniques to call the melt performance techniques that are specifically designed to kinda wake up those internal stabilizing muscles because they kind of like when they lose their connection with your with your brain kinda stopped firing or they may be locked short or lock long and they can't fire so it's it's rican waking up those stabilizing muscles around your joints so that they are stabilizing supposed right. But in the meantime because the information wasn't flowing you were you aren't stable but you removing anyway your body's like she's getting up to get the remote i gotta i gotta do something i can't. I can't make her stop. So i'm gonna take a different pathway to get down to her need and make sure over so those pathways start to get submitted into your brain thinks. Oh well this is. How i this is the pathway. Take the information down to her knee when it's not the most efficient pathway so what we do is we. It's called re-integration where Wake up those stabilizing muscles and then we re pattern. Correct the faulty pattern intel it. So it's like you're trying to get on the interstate that's the most direct route rising accident in st..
Larkspur Dance & Choreography Podcast
"mishra" Discussed on Larkspur Dance & Choreography Podcast
"I'm going to france manson's right so i didn't even try out that second year and so i was like immersed in dance. It was amazing in the second semester. Was that's in january. Regardless two weeks. And so i was like. I'm just gonna do primarily dance classes because they won't be missed. Two weeks in the dance class is gonna be with the dance instructors and then i took like a couple of french classes. I didn't do any my business courses or anything and that was the best semester ever so there was a life lesson right there for all you little people coming up. Yeah when you go to college study. What makes your heart sing like. That's you don't need a business degree. Yeah no matter what was going to say and Parents of college students all over. That are listening to this attorney off because well and my my daughter's in college and i know that some of her friends like when there have been there's been some drama whenever they have decided to change their majors. You know yeah. I know and it's just a and i can't you know i can't judge that parent because you know You know my kid had her major picked. And it's i think it's gonna work out and it makes her heart saying but it's hard you know it's it's hard when you kinda wanna please your parents and get the business degree or whatever. Yeah yes absolutely absolutely so. There's a better way. Follow your heart. Follow your heart will never will never lead you astray. It'll be easy but no way you pick is gonna really easy. Yes you might as well love it. So yes i did eventually after coming back from The festival mentioned year. I decided that i would try it again. Seizing and so. The last year year years. I ended up tearing. Yeah and i went to the university of alabama also state doubts because you know that else brian right on a so like them. Whenever you're ready to try out again did they get rid of that That weight limit thing or did you know okay that. That's that's how. I ended up doing the work i am doing today. Now they did not get rid of the weight limits. And i was doing some pretty not so nice things to my body. Those first few years trying to stay around the weight limit. Yes in the first the first year. So so freshman year. It was over the weight limit. So i was dancing but i was still trying to lose the weight. I was gonna come back in the spring and so the way that the lady was doing at the time you went to the first day of tryouts handed.
Larkspur Dance & Choreography Podcast
"mishra" Discussed on Larkspur Dance & Choreography Podcast
"Her that does not make me feel better. No i just put on another mask. And i pointed my air purifier. Adam coote spraying for cooties what you tell the nervous middle aged woman sitting next to you had to be maybe in his twenties early twenties. I don't know but he was going back down there. This time was miami. Okay and i'll work. I don't think there's any who is working daytona. But so yeah. If you're getting ready to fly for the first time maybe not orlando because that was really really busy And just remember. Give yourself some. give yourself time to kind of So on the way back it was. It was a little bit better. I think i felt a little bit did was a direct. Yes at helps. Yeah that help. yeah so anyway. We're of coming off of a competition mindset. You know where. Every and i truly think that competition has its place for sure in dance team. But i really really think that having mishra's episode being the week after the dt you Nationals and then also indie college nationals. Just happened to. So i think yeah. Yeah so. I think this is a nice little refreshing episode because mishra. Now don't get me wrong. She at one point in time was a very fierce competitor. She was a cheerleader. And boy those people know a thing or two about competing down there on the molin. And i think you make the point to cheer and dance while they're very different but they often intertwine with you. Know the skills and technique and groner's asian and she has choreographed a she's been an instructor In a judge to she's judged a lot but she also has started a company. Basically all about taking care of yourself. So i think that this has sort of the zinn mindset to. I really thought. I listened to it when i was going on a walk today and i was just like i feel this right now. I know admitted your. I do need to take care of myself. I know i take care of my fast. Yeah oh preach fix fasha mishra. But you know what i do. I did what his day though. I do appreciate I was a little triggering listening to from things but in a good way. Something i don't think talked about on the podcast. But how Body image in wages can come into our industry and listening to it and thinking about my experiences. And i remember that was something that like. It's it's been something that's always been a part of my life as a effect by adult life. So i did like her perspective texting on it and i think people outside of the dance world think. It's really absurd when they hear those things can't believe grew up in it. Were like that's just how it is right. Yeah i think it's gotten better but it was really interesting to hear her perspective. And i also like how that kind of inspired her to do the work that she is where she got now yet. Some of the answers that she gave. Because i picked her brain about like i said she's an experienced dancer choreographer judge and so i asked her just the normal dance team type questions and the answers she gave..
"mishra" Discussed on Masters Decoded
"mishra" Discussed on IINK Podcasts
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"mishra" Discussed on IINK Podcasts
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"mishra" Discussed on IINK Podcasts
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Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
What is Russia really doing in Libya?
"During the twenty years that Vladimir Putin has presided over Russia it is fair to say that the acquisition of a Nobel prize for peace has seemed low on his list of priorities on Putin's watch. Russia has attacked Chechnya invaded Georgia Georgia and Ukraine and intervene in Syria to say nothing of lower level semi deniable operations. Where in Libya would have had reason to regard? Russia's offered to serve as a mediator in its ongoing civil war with an amount of suspicion and Libya might also have recognized however that the Western world has long preferred to regard the Libyan conflict from the other end of a barge pole and that as such they were somewhat stock options accordingly earlier this week the two sides in Libya's war. The government of National Accord led by Prime Minister Mystifies Al Sarraj and recognized by the United Nations and the so-called Libyan national army commanded by renegade general Khalifa after met in Moscow. Go at which a footnote. It's not entirely clear whether or not al Sarraj and actually shook hands at this encounter. These discussions Russians were what is known as proximity talks a common enough diplomatic set piece in which the parties to a dispute agreed together more or less in the same place at the same time and relaying messages to each other via intermediaries in this instance. Those intermediaries were Russia. Which has broadly encouraged half tas desire the two overrun Libya and Turkey? which earlier this month extended support for the government of National Accord as far as sending troops in Libya Mishra sure unit put just have ties attacks against our brothers and the legitimate government of Libya continue? We will never refrain from teaching him the lesson he did that Get Turkey's involvement of course adds another layer of proceedings given the involvement of both Russia and Turkey in Syria at various points during Syria's ongoing civil war. Moscow and Ankara have appeared to be allies enemies. And sometimes I the all both at once wants depending on which part of the map you're looking at and what day of the week it is but credit where Ju- as a precursor to the latest Moscow talks. Turkey and Russia did manage to wrangle a ceasefire in Libya. Though both the government of National Accord and the Libyan national army accused each other of breaching it Marshall Hufbauer Commander Army the talks in Moscow as we go to air appear to have been a partial success. which is to say that? While an agreement agreement was reached and Prime Minister Faez al-Sarraj signed it. Kelly for half Did Not so what does Russia really won't in Libya. Well just for fun. Let's consider the official position. Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei gala RAV has made several heart warming statements of the we'd like to teach the world to sing variety earlier this week. Level of spoke of a desire to motivate all Libyan sides to agree rather than continue sorting things out by force Russia as Russia portrays. It is all but lying. Awake nights fretting over Libya his anguish perhaps half tiles flounce really is a serious snub to Russia's pure hearted desire to see Libya at peace a skeptical observer server and where Russia is concerned. It's usually via smart kind of observer to be might gently suggest that there is perhaps something else going on here half tiles house refusal to sign. The agreement for example might be a preplanned theatrical device designed to demonstrate that he's no mere Russian stooge and that therefore Russia is not responsible. Should he return to his quest to seize the parts of Libya. He hasn't already with the help. Russia Beasley denies. Ever having sent him last last week Putin vouchsafed any Russians fighting alongside halftime. Should there be any who knows at Cetera not representing Russia nor paid by Russia. A STAG STAG party and or it may be that Vladimir Putin doesn't really care about Libya all that much not any more than he really cares about Ukraine Syria which is to say he may care about Libya as he cares about Ukraine and Syria principally as a device with which he can surprise and annoy and disoriented the Western in world and by so doing impose the view that Russia remains power which must be reckoned with and or just make life stressful tedious for everyone else. Quite a lot of Russian diplomatic enterprise starts to make much more sense the moment you start thinking of basically as geostrategic trolling
THE NEWS with Anthony Davis
Delhi Judges accuse authorities of 'passing the buck' on air pollution.
"Coming up on five minute news British Prime Minister Accused of cover up over report on Russian meddling in UK Politics Deli judges accuse news authorities of passing the buck on air pollution and apple commits two and a half billion dollars to combat California housing crisis. It's Monday November four. I'm Anthony Davis Boris Johnson was today accused of presiding over a cover up after it emerged that number ten Downing Street's refused to clear the publication Asian of a potentially incendiary report examining Russian infiltration in British politics including the Conservative Party Downing Street indicated that that it would not allow a fifty page dossier from the Intelligence and Security Committee to be published before the election prompting a string of complaints over at suppression and the Committee's Chairman Dominic Grieve called the decision jaw-dropping saying no reason for the refusal had been given while Labour and Scottish National Party politicians Titians accused number ten of refusing to recognize the scale of Russian meddling fresh evidence is also merged attempts by the Kremlin to infiltrate the conservatives by a senior Russian diplomat suspected of espionage spent five years in London cultivating leading Tories including Boris Johnson himself himself the committee's report is based on analysis from Britain's intelligence agencies as well as third party experts such as the former M I six officer Christopher for steel and is subject to a final clearance from Downing Street that has to come before parliament is dissolved on Tuesday if it is to be released ahead of the election Russian Downing Street sources stated it was not now expected to happen in time claiming the sign off process typically takes six weeks the dossier specifically examines Russian attempts to interfere in the EU referendum members of the committee which meets in secret because of the sensitivity of its work and wanted to make think recommendations to introduce greater safeguards ahead of the general election in December India's top court has accused state governments of passing the buck on air pollution and failing to take action to tackle Delis is toxic smog the Supreme Court said authorities were only interested in gimmicks rather than concrete measures to combat pollution levels levels of dangerous particles in the air are well over ten times safe limits in the capital city authorities have responded by launching a car rationing system Deli is choking every year and we are unable to do anything said Supreme Court Justice Arun Mishra the state machinery is not acting they are passing the buck to each other everybody is interested in gimmicks and elections from the fourth to the fifteenth of November -cause with all or even numberplates will only be allowed on the roads on alternate days officials said such a system has been used before but it's not clear if it helps lower pollution levels 'cause not believe have to be the main cause of Delhi's toxic air with experts pointing instead to crop burning by farmers in neighboring states to clear fields health officials of offs people to stay indoors and refrain from doing any physical activity as millions or at risk of respiratory illness schools closed until Tuesday the shutdown is likely to be extended until Friday as the city chokes under a thick blanket of smog a major cause of the high pollution levels at this time of year is farmers in neighboring states burning crop stubble to clear their fields this creates a lethal cocktail of particulate matter and gases carbon dioxide nitrogen dioxide and sulfur dioxide all worsened by fireworks set off during the Hindu festival of Devali a week ago construction and industrial admissions have also contributed to the smog. Unfortunately this coincides with changing wind patterns of Delhi and the rest of North Indian apple has committed two and a half billion dollars to ease California's housing crisis collapsing similar pledges by fellow silicon valley giants Google and Facebook to address a lack of affordable housing in a region where affluent tech workers have have helped
Skimm'd from The Couch
"No matter what you do, whether you're in media or other things, learn business."
"Today we are talking to Michelle Lee the editor in Chief of Allure magazine Michelle started her career and magazines working in publications such as parenting Glamour and paper fast forward to becoming one of the youngest editor in chiefs ever humble Brag Michelle was an early adopter of digital strategy within more traditional all print publications nearly tripling visits to Lord Dot Com since taking the lead there she's a champion for diversity and says she wants to change the world I brought the definition of beauty we're GONNA get into that Michelle we are so excited to have you on the couch ladies high so let's jump in there's just skim your resume for us yes I actually thought about this in advance because I know you asked this question what I always half jokingly say to people's how much time do you have a lot of time you look at my resume it looks a little bit crazy so I'll give you the super cliff notes version of it so in the first like seven years I would say I was a major job hopper so that's why my resume is so long that if you go on my linked or something if I went into detail it would probably go on for like four or five pages so someone very early on in my career had said to me in order to move up in the media world you have to move out and I think I took it too literally and I stayed in every job for like I said the first seven years for only a year and in some cases less so it did help me move very quickly up but the problem is with that is that it starts to look very very bad and starts to be a red flag to people so I don't recommend doing that but we're GONNA come back to the first half of my career was very much spent imprint I worked like you said at a lot of different places I didn't necessarily have specific it be at the time I worked at parenting I was on the launch team of COSMO girls or worked in like parents teens also on the launch team of US weekly and really had a very vibrant freelance career at the time too so I always talk to my bosses at the time wherever I was about one to freelance other places that were not competitive with at that was so when I was at parenting wrote a lot for men's health for G. Q. At the time the women's voice was very different this is like more than twenty years ago the men's voice in women's publishing was very earnest and so- men's was very like snarky and fun and clever as I liked being able to stretch that muscle a bit and then flash words second-half may career I got much more into women's publishing but then also into digital and into the business side so most recently before Laura I was the editor in chief and she from marketing officer at Nylon and then about four and a half years ago I got just a random email from conde nast and then I came over to allure about four years ago and that's where we are eh why is something people should know about you that they can't find on linked in or googling you I think that looking at my list dinner looking at my resume doesn't actually reflect how much of a generalist I was I don't include all of it because again looks kind of crazy the types of things I used to write about arose about everything from cars to extreme sports to finance technology and now I think when people think about me think oh she's like a beauty and fashion person it is not at all how it was at first my first job was actually at a weekly newspaper so doing hard news and a look back and I think at the time I thought God I seem really unfocused and I should probably pick a topic I know plenty of other people who started out in beauty and they stayed in that for me looking back though I think it was actually a really positive the thing that I see myself as a generalist now because in everything that I do even though a lawyer is core beauty it's also about so many other things right as women we can have so many different multilayered interests anything that's really great and that everything does sort of intersect in a really interesting way and then not something that people need to know yeah I have done I don't know very weird things when I was younger I was an extra in I was watching something about Jim Carey recently and it made me think about when I was in college I was an ex in that movie Ace Ventura KS Mishra I don't think you can even see me so at the very end he's in like a State Liam I think it was like Dolphin Stadium because I lived in Florida it's time in Dolphin Stadium Lay said one of my friends was like do you want to go be an extra on this movie I was like okay so it was great I saw the behind the scenes of how a movie is made and the only other thing I really remember is having crispy cream donuts later and it's like had a lot of like odd jobs when I was a kid I worked concessions at a stadium also I worked at a bookstore and swept floors and think about now like those were some of the greatest time james because you get to see all these different industries even though like I can't say I worked in movie production I got to see what it was like to actually put together a movie and to see like some of the creative process well I wasn't expecting that as an answer on this thinking and of course I'm not GonNa put you touched on a lot of things just now about career path and about being generalist and moving around and I think it's a lot of stuff that we've thought about for our solves a lot of our employees have we've talked to them about and certainly I know a lot of our listeners I think about which is is it okay to be a generalist do I need to really become an expert at something and what are your thoughts on that yeah I mean for me obviously it worked out really how being a generalist certainly understand that if somebody feels so passionately about something I know plenty of people who when they were kids like elementary school level they just felt this passionate for working in the fashion industry they stood there unclothed say just devoured every single fashion magazine and to me that makes sense then that if you feel that way about something that you're GonNa go and you're going to live that passion for me I think that it's been really great for me being a generalist but then also once I decided when I was a sophomore go into journalism I felt like that was my path and then within journalism you can make that so many different things but it also play within the past ten years or so realized that the Hatha Journalists Ron and editors was not going to be the path forever right like when I was starting out being an editor reaching two full you know that for sure when I started out in media being an editor in chief was completely one eighty degrees different from what is today so had I stayed on the path and just thought these are the only things that I need to do becoming editor in chief to be successful for the rest of my life I would have been setting myself up for failure so I knew at some point within the past ten years that I needed to learn digital I needed to learn radio social but then also to learn business so I feel like I'm constantly preaching to people no matter what you do whether you're media or other things learn business if I go back to school I think I would either get my mba or if I could literally get on a time machine I would probably have a major in journalism and a minor in business or I how do you learn business were you in your previous jobs going to your bosses and saying can you teach me social can you teach me how to look at a p Anelle or redoing this in your own time partly so part of it was born out of frustration like I said I started out mostly in print and I was frustrated because the job that I was in my see Oh had no interest in digital whatsoever actually I remember I took like an eleven by seventeen sheet of paper and I was like this is what our website should look like and he was like well we shouldn't do it because it's cannibalize what we're doing in print so no interest in it whatsoever so after he left that job a very kind of famously took a pay cut in half and they went to a digital only place and I was faking it till I make it because I didn't really know what I was doing I mean right now it's awesome because you can learn so much online so I taught myself. Seo so once they left that job I taught myself how to fully design a responsive website I taught myself CSS. I taught myself video editing and production I taught myself like sales basically I taught myself so many different things at the same time you can only get so far with that too so when I was at nylon I remember had a really great discussion with my ceo where he wanted me to grow there and he said what can we do to kind of get you to that next level you're already an editor in chief like typically where do you go from there in like the old school media world that was like the pinnacle and you get put out to pasture after that so for me I was the thing I'm really frustrated with is that I sit and now these advertising sales meetings and marketing meetings and there are terms that people are using the I don't actually understand and I'll kind of nod my head and be like oh yeah yeah yeah and so my husband used to work in finance so occasionally I would come home and say to him what does this mean can you explain this to me it's awkward sometimes with your spouse to of like asking them too many questions and stuff so I was very open with my CEO and I said I feel really self conscious sometimes about not fully understanding the business side so he was great and he has been an amazing mentor for me where he said Okay I'm going to include you in some more of these meetings you can come along with me and he understood that I was creative and away the of the business people were not so it was sort of mutually beneficial that he saw me as somebody who could be great on the marketing side and building the brand and away on a business side that wasn't really being
Gary and Shannon
Suspect in random shooting of LAPD deputy may be linked to more crimes
"Investigators say the man arrested for shooting in LA county sheriff's deputy in Alhambra may have murdered someone else LAPD chief, Michael Moore says retina, Elson may have murdered someone in central L A before driving about twelve miles to El Hamra, we've led to that believe on the basis of the suspects Mishra Nelson's physical appearance, including some of his clothing, as walls vehicle description demand from Utah was arrested yesterday after he called his father to admit shooting to people. The father reported that to police. Investigators say both shootings were random Andrew mollenbeck,
News in Brief 26 December 2018
"This is the Newton brief from the United Nations the United Nations peace mission in Afghanistan. Nama has condemned. The terrorist attack Monday in the nation's capital Kabul in area heavily populated by civilians. According to media reports at least forty people are said to have died and many more were injured during the suicide and Bombeck retargeted a government building. Dada. Msci Yamamoto the head of the UN mission underscored that there was no justification whatsoever for such attacks. These attacks cause untold human suffering to Afghan families. He said stressing that the UN continues to stand in solidarity with all of Khan's. He added that the organization remains committed to an Afghan led peace process that will end the ongoing war and enable the government to allocate more resources to protect all citizens from such tragedies. You in children's fund UNICEF has stepped up efforts to help families affected by the devastating soon. Army that hit the Indonesian coast around the Sunda strait between the two main islands of Java and Matra on Saturday. Unicef is providing bednets school sanitation kits which includes towel soap buckets and sanitary pads as well as technical assistance on nutrition and child protection following the disaster. According to the UN releasing orcher based on government figures, four hundred thirty people have died one thousand four hundred ninety five injured and one hundred forty nine missing as of Wednesday, an estimated twenty two thousand people have been displaced Indonesia's meteorological agency has warned that a new soon. Nami could be triggered by the Anak Krakatau volcano, Versailles Smick activities caused undersea landslides that led to the disaster. Authorities are alerting people to stay up to one kilometer away from coastal areas. The UN and humanitarian partners have offered to support the government led response and are enclosed communication with national. Authorities to fully understand the situation in the affected areas and provide whatever help is needed. Veterans Day also marks fourteen years since the deadly twenty six December Indian Ocean. So NAMI one of the worst disasters in modern history that claimed over two hundred thirty thousand lives in fourteen countries with Indonesia being the hardest hit the UN support mission in Libya. Unfamiliar has condemned used as terrorist attack on the nation's foreign ministry in Tripoli. In a statement, the mission expressed its deepest condolences to the family of the victims and wished a speedy recovery to the injured, it reaffirmed that attacks on state institutions constitutes an attack on all Libyan's, the San salami the head of UN's animal denounced, the attack underscoring that terrorism will not try them over the le'veon's decision to move forward towards building their state and announcing violence, we will not accept any attack on a state institution, especially one committed by a terrorist group. He added according to media reports the terrorist group Aycell claimed responsibility for the attack following the. Attack salami contacted the government of national accord to denounce the terrorist attack offered his condolences and call on them to announce the protection of public institutions feeble Mishra United Nations.
Tony Katz and the Morning News
Football player, 16, reveals why he killed pregnant cheerleader
"Mobile. A northern Indiana high school football player charged as an adult for the murder of a pregnant teenager sixteen year old Aaron trae hav Mishra walk has been accused of stabbing and killing seventeen year old Briana Roseling and leaving her body in dumpster behind a restaurant. Investigators say the girl is six months pregnant, the boy was upset that she didn't tell him about it until it was too late to get an abortion trae hope played football for Michele walk high school, and the girl was one of the