28 Burst results for "Nair"

2 Royal Caribbean lines to resume Caribbean cruises in June

Gaydos and Chad

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

2 Royal Caribbean lines to resume Caribbean cruises in June

"Have been canceling additional cruises in recent weeks. Royal Caribbean and celebrity cruise lines announcing now they are resuming North American cruises in June, was sailing out of the Bahamas and seen Martin The seven day cruises will not involve departures or stops and U S ports, allowing them to get around CDC approval. Since March of last year, Cruise lines have been blocked from sailing by the CDC. Both cruise lines say adult passengers will have to show proof of a covert vaccine. Alex Stone, ABC, Nair's Maricopa County's former assessor, is

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How to get started on personalized journal idea

Side Hustle School

04:24 min | 4 months ago

How to get started on personalized journal idea

"I have an idea for custom physical journal. And i'm wondering where i can start getting a created no manufactured or printed and Just those aspects of publishing in addition. They're away to legally protect specialized journals such as like a copyright trademark. I don't think trademarks work. But copyright for instance anyways they give all the help and guidance. You give the poor to hear from him dylan. What's up man. Thank you so much for listening. I hope the money tree is helpful. And this is an interesting idea. Interesting and also feasible. We've talked about a lot of journals here on the podcast. I need to like journal. Capped just because there's so many but the thing is there are a lot of journals because there's a large journal writing appetite these days. My friend had been sent me one recently called amongst mind that i'm looking forward to checking out but i feel like pretty much every month. Someone sends me new different kind of journal. Or i hear about a different kind of journal. So there's probably not an unlimited demand for these personalized customized journalists but it is a big market so there is a path all right. So if dylan wants to make his own. You know what needs to happen here. Basically everything that needs to happen falls into three categories design printing and marketing. So first of all design now for all of our desires out there. They're not going like to hear this but in this situation at least it's probably the easiest part of the process so dylan already has a specific idea for his journal. He knows what's going to make it unique or different. All he needs is a partner who can help him execute that idea and so if he doesn't have someone in mind i would look on upwork. Go to upwork dot com where you can find any number of qualified and reasonably priced candidates. Of course there's a process to it you want to look at people's portfolios and such make sure you're clear about what you need including specs and file types which connect to the next part of the process but first of all you need a design partner And you can find one and upwork if you don't mind already so second part of the process printing now here you have. A number of options might be best to categorize them geographically local national or international. So first of all it doesn't hurt to check with a local printer like if their pricing was reasonable than that could solve a lot of other problems for you. You just have a local relationship you can go and pick them up easy in terms of national. What i mean here is a company like printing for less dot com. I used to be a customer printing for less long ago. I have no other relationship with them. Technically they are local printer based in montana but their entire focus is on doing print jobs for customers all across the us. in fact they claim to be i. I ever online printer. I'm sure there are others now as well and what these national printers do is they typically promised better pricing an internet friendly experience that your local printers may or may not have and if you're printing a lot of journals than the third option international might be the cheapest be aware that this is also going to increase your lead time and add a lot of complexity to the process so you're going to arrive by container ship which takes weeks or months. You'll need to work with a foreign company or there might be customs or import duties. Your minimum order quantity is probably going to be a lot higher long story short there for your first time. I would start with one of the other two options. Okay now we come to the third category marketing right now. That's everything that we talk about here on the podcast. I can't just briefly summarize marketing and by the way even though this is technically the last stage of the process like you need to have a design need to have a fiscal product created manufactured printed. Marketing is something you should be thinking about from the beginning. you know. that's why a lot of these journals being crowd funded. The right crowdfunding campaign isn't just about the product. It's about the brand. It's about the message. This is actually where. I would spend the bulk of my time. Because the marketing the branding is going to affect the design. You know it's not like you start with the design and say how do we market it. I would kind of go the other way around or at least a line him and make sure they're integrated now. I think dillon also ask something about copyright. We've had a number of other episodes dealing with that in detail but the short version nair is everything that you make on the internet. Once you make your first prototype once you have the design. It's automatically copyrighted okay. It doesn't mean it's always going to be protected doesn't mean someone come along and try to copy it but that's something to deal with later if it comes up much more important. Think about what is this going to be. How am i going to make it the most amazing journal so that it can compete and stand out with everything else.

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Who Was Thomas Becket?

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

05:14 min | 5 months ago

Who Was Thomas Becket?

"Thomas becket yes okay. Born around eleven twenty and died in eleven seventy. he's also known as saint thomas of canterbury or Sometimes who refer to him as thomas a becket. Okay yeah anyway. So thomas becket. He is venerated as a saint and martyr by both the catholic church and the anglican church He engaged in conflict with henry. The second king of england over the rights and privileges of the church and at one point excommunicated the archbishop of york so tough rain away to france for a bit under the protection of king. Louis the seventh of france but then he returned in eleven seventy two england so henry second in england said something to the effect of like ugh. This guy is driving me. Four of his knights interpreted this as a command to go. Get rid of thomas becket So on december twenty ninth seventy reginald fitz ertz huge morville william to tracy and richard le breton showed up at canterbury cathedral. According to accounts left by the monk jer vase of canterbury and i witnessed named edward grim. The knights placed their weapons under a tree outside the cathedral and hid their chainmail armor on your cloaks before entering the cathedral to challenge becket priest the night. He's hold beckett. They were taking him to winchester england to give count of all of his actions and kind of like hold him accountable in front of people but becket refused so the four nights retrieved their weapons and rushed back inside the cathedral. Oh my god. I beckett proceeded to the main hall for evening prayers and the other monks tried to like themselves into different parts of the joe for get said to them. It is not right to make a fortress out of the house of prayer in order them to reopen the doors so the four nights wielding they're drawn swords ran into the room saying like thomas becket. He's a traitor. To the king the knights found beckett in his spot near the door of the monastic cloister the stairs into the crypt and the stairs leading up to the choir of the cathedral where the monks were all. They're like still saying their prayers. Like oh no right. There's just four guys having running in with okay upon seeing them becca. I am no traitor. And i'm ready to die so Edward grandma eyewitness. He wrote a very extensive account of exactly what happened. I will save you all the details. Let's just say that for nights wielding swords kill the priest in canterbury cathedral. That's terrible so soon. After his death the faithful throughout europe european venerating beckett as a murder in february eleven seventy three which was just a little more than two years after his death. He was canonized by pope. Alexander the third and so sure typically like canonization of saints takes lake decades. Yeah stuff happened so the fact that this happened so quickly was kind of saying that. This guy was a big deal. So related trivia. Facts about thomas becket. Geoffrey chaucer's the canterbury tales. Ninety two is set in a company of pilgrims on their way from southern to the shrine of saint. Thomas becket in canterbury cathedral. Okay never made that connection no me neither ever okay So the schreiner was built between eleven eighty and twelve twenty and up to one hundred thousand. Pilgrims would have visited the shrine every year for more than three hundred years. That's my gosh locked. Yes it was adorned in marble gold and jewels and murdered saints. Tombs was one of unparalleled splendor in fifteen thirty eight. during the reformation. The shrine was destroyed following the orders of henry. The eighth who definitely be talking about in a little bit more twenty. Twenty researchers digitally reconstructed the raised sanctuary and available to view on the beckett story online and we'll share linked to that because it's really interesting how they did that. They took This thing had been such a big deal for more than three hundred years. And then it was raised more than four hundred and fifty plus years ago at this point and so they took accounts that the pilgrims had made that other monks had made in in digitally recreated which is pretty up and also modern works based on the story of thomas becket include. Tes elliott's nineteen thirty. Five play murder in the cathedral later adapted the opera assassination cutter. Dry ill the brando pizza'd in nine hundred fifty eight. You did that. Can i tell you flawlessly Also nineteen fifty-nine play by John we called beckett which was made into a movie with the same title and paul. Webb's play four nights in nair's borough which was written in one thousand nine hundred nine which recounts the aftermath of the murder of thomas becket by the four nights who made the worst career choice in history. Yeah that's goes without saying well if you don't if all of these facts don't stick in your head. Look at the name k. e. t. the cane. His name is right in the middle. And if you look at it. It looks like four blades. Good the name so four blades. Stuck together by the four to killed him in canterbury. That's thomas becket.

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Google's Most-Searched Halloween Costumes of 2020

The Trading Group Show

00:57 sec | 6 months ago

Google's Most-Searched Halloween Costumes of 2020

"And if you're wondering what costumes were expected to be big hits this year, Google's got you covered. Google's Molly Vandenberg says. They've pulled together the most searched Halloween costumes this year, and it appears retro costumes are hot. I really like to say that this is another example of everything old being new again. We're seeing Tober tie be a top trending costume. And so of course, that's the reboot of the karate kid a galaxy far, far away. Way is getting some attention to Amanda Lorient, another popular wine, which not only comes up in the top trending costume, but also in the top trending baby talk to because of court. Baby Yoda is still very much a popular top. And if you have young kids you might want to invest in a broom, which is themselves have appeared a couple of times in the list of trending costumes for kids. You have hopes Focus, But we also have Glinda and which in general with tech trends about like stone, ABC Nair's balance of

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Letting Go of Fear

The Daily Meditation Podcast

04:06 min | 9 months ago

Letting Go of Fear

"I encourage you to sit in stillness. To the point where You could go a little bit further in your meditation. Ended, at that point. You always want to injure meditation on a high note to keep you coming back for more. And one thing with meditation that I wanNA share with you that. So important and I've mentioned this before it's worth repeating. Think of your meditation ritual. The same way you regard yoga ritual if you do yoga or really any kind of. Ritual where take some time to ease yourself into it so you would never sit down and stretch into a yoga posture. You weren't really ready for you could injure yourself, and then you wouldn't want to go back and do it again. So when you sit down to meditate you WANNA make sure that you're enjoying the process. If you sit in stillness with your eyes closed and notice your breath for two minutes if you're new to meditation that's perfect. Slowly. You'll begin to build the amount of time you meditate. So always honor where you are. So the PODCAST is. To help you and meet you where you are along your meditation. If you are to the point where you're ready to sit down and be guided for a longer period of time I have an APP it's called the SIP and own meditation APP it's Sap, A. N. D. O. N.. And Nair I offer a thirty minute guided meditation. I. Actually just recorded it. I usually record those right before I record this podcast episode you get a journal and a guide and a few other perks on the meditation APP. You can try it for two weeks free just to see if you're ready for that kind of level of meditation. So. Now we are in day six of our series all about. The power of peace and I want to check in with you and see how you're doing with your challenge. Are you finding that you're able to easily share your peace with others? Or. Maybe you have found that it's a little bit on double. When you cultivate true inner peace sometimes simply being present was someone especially if they're in pain or they're afraid. This can be one of the best ways to support people with peace. A friend of mine recently lost her mother in law, and so I heard about that through mutual friends and I'm going to give her a call and I'll send her car to let her know I'm thinking about her. Is a simple way to share your peace with others. Sometimes we get so busy. We think about doing something but then. We don't actually get around doing it, and then we suddenly realize that. So much time has passed that we let these beautiful opportunities to support others. Slip through fingers. So. That's why this week's challenge. Has Been for you to intentionally share your piece. So. In the next to the last episode of every series, we have one more day after today. I always layer the meditation techniques that you've explored all week long into one meditation.

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"nair" Discussed on Dad So Hard

Dad So Hard

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"nair" Discussed on Dad So Hard

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The Love in the Time of Corona

The Promised Podcast

04:02 min | 1 year ago

The Love in the Time of Corona

"We have this matter that we're following with alert interesting. Great concern a corona virus round up. If you will as part of an occasional series that we call the promised. Podcast ponders a fraction of our reactions to the viruses exactions including rabbis region. While gauging the contagion will begin our corona roundup with this Susan a physician gets from the regional coordinator of mcabe health services through a WHATSAPP group of healthcare providers constant updates about the corona virus usually announcements press and sometimes detailed memoranda about changing rules and procedures issued by the Ministry of Health as well as a report of each new reported cases of infection with so much happening so quickly over the past week or phone is basically constantly abuzz with a nearly steady stream of updates among them. She received this week a WHATSAPP message with the bold heading a clarification of health ministry procedures beneath which was this which I read in its entirety quote. The general public is instructed to avoid hugging kissing in any unnecessary contact with acquaintances. Ashkenazim continued to act as you always do end quote. Of course doctors are not the only ones on high alert as a result of the epidemic rabbis to our consider for instance the following six examples example one Ashkenazi chief. Rabbi Dovid Lao announced last week that owing to the potential spread of the virus. No one should kiss a Mizzou on a door frame which could easily become a vector. Lau said in a statement quote. There is no doubt that one should not kiss Missoula or touch it at all. It is enough for a person to think when he enters or leaves a room about what is written in the Mitsubish Ma prayer and that will accompany him on his way and quote. Rabbi Lau added that quote there is no commandment or obligation to kiss a missoula that is simply a custom with ancient roots. That became traditional end. Quote number two asked whether a person in home quarantine me fulfill the commandment of hearing the scroll of Esther read on Purim which we celebrated this week via facebook live or some other form of audio or video transmission via telephone. Rob Schlomo Avi Nair. The rabbi of Baked L. And the head of the Authority shall Sheva gave a long learning and very ambivalent answer that ended with this quote in Summary. One under quarantine out of fear of corona may fulfill his obligation to read the mcgilla and here the mcgilla by telephone or live video and may read alone at home from a Kosher Mikaela written by hand on parchment by authorize scribe. He is not obligated to chant but he must read without mistakes and quote three on Monday. A mostly virtual mass prayer vigil took place with a core of rabbis and yeshiva students. I R. L. At the grave of Shimon Borrego high on Mount Rhone live streaming. There live prayers Shimon Barrio. High was the second century disciple of Rabbi Akiva by tradition considered to be the author of the Zohar the Great Proto cabalistic book that is the lowest classes of Jewish mysticism. According to tradition Shimon Barrio high was sentenced to death by a Roman governor and he went on the Lam living for thirteen years in a cave near Dera sustained by dates and cabs alone by the time his self quarantine ended Shimon bar Yo high was riddled with disease but cured himself by bathing in the warm springs of Tiberius with makes him a patron rabbi of our president health crisis among the prayers available on a specially prepared Internet downloadable text on the knowsley called prayers to stop the plague passages from the Zohar Tim Psalms and more number four when asked by student weather. The Quote Dangerous Virus Corona symbolizes a prophecy or heavenly sign. Rabbi Zamir Cohen the author of the bestselling available on Amazon for thirty three ninety nine book the coming Revolution Science discovers the truths of the Bible and the founder of the Hebrew Institute said among

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"nair" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

10:14 min | 1 year ago

"nair" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"An individual's Reebok's store updates about ten times a second ten times a second. We're updating that Reebok. Steroids is like a crazy amount. Of course we've tried optimizing that as much as possible. We throw Andy Bounce. Do things like that but there are some things where you can't do that or you don't want to do that. So that's been an interesting edge case for us in adopting these technologies. We've had to develop very strict like es lent plug INS to try and detect performance regressions. Espn PLUG INS to detect performance regressions. That's usually done through end to end testing. But there's specific things where if you don't right rear components in the most optimized way or your allowing it to update more frequently than it should do that could introduce performance issues on the on the desktop client that a user is using. So we've had to be very thoughtful about about how that all works and how that's implemented slack is so data driven that reduction being a single source of data again can produce issues like that we also use readouts a slightly different way than what other people might use. So we actually. The common use case reeboks is to create a single reebok store. And then put all of your data into that store. And there's like a big warning message at the top of the Reebok stocks which says don't ever create multiple stores because you're going to have a bad time as THAC. We have created multiple reebok stores. We're not having a bad time but there's a good reason for it. It's because of security. You know when you load slack application you might be signed into your work workspaces and you might be signed into personal workspaces. And we don't necessarily want that data to cross we don't want to store all of the channels together or all of the users together things like that so we have individual stores for security reasons. Stock is extremely security conscious. And so when you actually switch between different workspaces and slack. What's actually happening? Is we just switch out the underlying reebok store with the new workspace that you're switching to? And then we allow react to render everything because react is data driven and suddenly finds itself with a whole load of new data says. Oh I should be looking at this specific channel and I should be showing this specific message. Let's re render to show those things so that's another interesting thing of how we use. We'd exit slack. There's lots of little things like that where we've tried being clever and there's good business reasons for doing things like that as well overall. We've had a great experience with you know reacting Reebok's I think the biggest power for us from those two pieces of technology is how standardized made our code base like I mentioned before one of the most powerful things that we've done for all front end. Developers AT SLACK IS STANDARDIZE. How they writing coat because it means everyone understands all of the different repos implicitly and contribute and can debugging anywhere. It's amazing that is thanks to react and read. Let's zoom in and give it a little bit more context for what you've actually standardized there because again there are these clients like android and Iowa S. That are not using react right so but it sounds like even those client. Networking flows have been impacted. By the fact that you've read factored the web front end or the electron front end to have a certain data flow. So can you just give a little bit more context to like now that we've talked through a lot of things? Just tell me a little bit more. About what you mean. In terms of this standardization yes standardization. I'm specifically talking about web technologies. Okay that is the electron APP essentially on Mac Windows. Lennox things like that. We have standardized how to access data how to store data and how that data is then rendered on the screens react disc versus cdn versus server. It's more the developer up. What flows I guess or the programming principles so like ten years ago. Let's say if you wanted to store state about a specific component. How would you do that? There's hundreds of ways you could do that you could you know if let's say you're talking about toggle for a for a side by take on opens closes. You could apply a close to that component which says it's open. You could store that state in global object and you know. Read it from that. Global. Object to checklist Edson. You could store in local storage. You could store in a cookie. There's like so many different ways that you could have stored data and if you don't have a fourth standardization across your code base. All of us do. Different developers are going to store that data in different locations but since we have implemented redux and Redux has become a source of truth. There's only one way to get data and store data now and that's through Redux and so that standardization has been extremely helpful for us saying that though we have actually Standardi- something's across the mobile clients as well so the IRS and the Android and the web infra teams meet on a regular cadence to talk about different optimizations. That they've they've figured out and how to load things better and so a lot of cheap programming print suppose and the kind of way that things have been designed have been implemented in Web and mobile plants. But of course they've been done in their own native languages. It's the kind of the tech SPEC which is shed but the implementation is different. What are the outstanding front end? Performance issues that you'd still like to make to the slack front end great question that I mean. There's always more that we can do so one of our goals for when we rewrote that Web application was to get slack to boot in a specific amount of time previously unlocked workspaces stock took a good ten seconds. To load or something like that. You might remember there. Were those kind of cutesy messages like welcoming you to slap things. You can configure with the rewrite. We actually had to remove those because slack boots so fast now that you don't have time to read those S.'s. Which is nice right but we know that we can get it faster even faster still. That's kind of an interesting thing to think about because you know. How often do you really open slack? You open at once and then it's open for an average of eight hours a day on someone's machine but you could introduce interesting concepts if you can do really fast boots of slack for instance slack open for eight hours a day or Slack Releases Code Twenty Times a day and that might be bug fixes and there there might be new features in there. How do we get onto a uses machine if they consistently have slack open without reloading refreshing the page? Well if you can guarantee that a reload can happen within a second or a couple of seconds. You could do it in the background. When you know that slack isn't being used or is hidden behind different windows you could really quickly reload the client for them so they pick up the new code and get the latest and greatest features and bug fixes that so you can almost see performances of feature as well when you think about things like that other things are always you know. We tend to concentrate a lot on the actual typing experience and the switching between different messages. And how fast you can interact with with. So because that's it's insane power. You can connect with your colleagues at an instantaneous rate. And so if there's any lack typing channel switching lagging anything like that that's going to affect your your experience of using slack. There's a really interesting concept and performance in that you don't notice good performance. You only noticed bad performance right you never notice when a website has gotten faster always more snappy or whatever but you always notice when it's taking the extra few seconds to load or something like that so that's kind of how we think about performance slack. Is that the work that we do. Should just make everything more simple more productive. You know a more pleasant experience to us if you ever notice something performance wise and slack. We need to fix that. And that's you know we've done a bad job so that's how we tend to think about a news. Thanks for coming on the show. It's been great talking really appreciate your time. Jeff thank you. Being on call is hard but having the right tools for the job can make it easier when you wake up in the middle of the night to troubleshoot the database. You should be able to have the database monitoring information right in front of you when you're out to dinner. And your phone buzzes. Because your entire application is down you should be able to easily find out who pushed code most recently so that you can contact them and find out to troubleshoot the issue. Victor ops is a collaborative incident. Response Tool Victor. Ops Brings Your Monitoring Data and your collaboration tools into one place so that you can fix issues. More quickly and reduce.

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"nair" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"nair" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

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"nair" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"nair" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"How does it get installed sure? So you have to install a service worker from your main application. I think it's called navigator Dot Service worker in store something like that. But you essentially provide your main application a path to where your service worker is located on your cdn or your server and Browser Api is will go and fetch it and install it in a separate threat. The interesting thing about service workers though is that they don't take over what's called controlling the page until subsequent requests start occurring. So when you first BOOT slack. Front for instance we tell a browser API to go and fetch the service worker. Install it but technically not using that service worker until you refresh slack or you close slack and open it again. And there's a good reason for that. That's because service workers they WANNA make sure they are interacting with a compatible version of your coat so if you install a service worker you might have specific logic saying oh still go and fetch all of my assets or my data or whatever it might be. Which isn't compatible with that specific version of the service worker. This becomes more apparent when you start making changes to the actual service worker code itself If Service. Worker v one is incompatible with V two when V two in stores..

"nair" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"nair" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Slack is a messaging application with millions of users. The desktop application isn't electron APP which is effectively a Web browser dedicated to running slack. This front end is built with react. J S and other Java Script Code and the application is incredibly smooth and reliable despite its complexity when a user boots up slack the application needs to figure out what data to fetch and where to fetch it from companies which use slack heavily have thousands of messages in their history and slack needs to determine which of those should be pulled into the client. There are profile images and logos and customer emojis all of which are used to define the users custom workspace experience. A New Genera joined slack in late. Two thousand seventeen in the years since he has been with the company a news helped write the slack front end client including work on the boot up experience the caching infrastructure and the role of service workers. A news joins the show to discuss his work on the slack. Front End Architecture and the canonical view layer problems that slack faces. This was a fantastic episode about front end infrastructure and I learned a lot of new information. About how slack works and how to build a high quality desktop web application logic. Analytics believes that every product manager should be successful every developer should be proud of their creation and they believe that every application should provide users with value. Applications are the face of your business today and it's how people interact with you. Logic can help you provide your users. The best experience possible lodges embedded analytics platform. It makes it possible to create update and brand your analytics so that they seamlessly integrate with your application visit logic. Analytics DOT com slash. Se Daily and see. What's possible with Lachey? Today you can use logic to create dashboards that fit into your application and give your users the analytics that they're looking for good illogic analytics dot com slash. Save daily Prep News near welcome software engineering daily. Thank you thank you so.

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10:14 min | 1 year ago

"nair" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"An individual's Reebok's store updates about ten times a second ten times a second. We're updating that Reebok. Steroids is like a crazy amount. Of course we've tried optimizing that as much as possible. We throw Andy Bounce. Do things like that but there are some things where you can't do that or you don't want to do that. So that's been an interesting edge case for us in adopting these technologies. We've had to develop very strict like es lent plug INS to try and detect performance regressions. Espn PLUG INS to detect performance regressions. That's usually done through end to end testing. But there's specific things where if you don't right rear components in the most optimized way or your allowing it to update more frequently than it should do that could introduce performance issues on the on the desktop client. The user is using so we've had to be very thoughtful about about how that all works and how that's implemented slack is so data driven that rejects being a single source of data again can produce issues like that we also use readouts a slightly different way than what other people might use. So we actually. The common use case reeboks is to create a single reebok store. And then put all of your data into that store. And there's like a big warning message at the top of the Reebok stocks which says don't ever create multiple stores because you're going to have a bad time as THAC. We have created multiple reebok stores. We're not having a bad time but there's a good reason for it. It's because of security. You know when you load slack application you might be signed into your work workspaces and you might be signed into personal workspaces. And we don't necessarily want that data to cross we don't want to store all of the channels together or all of the users together things like that so we have individual stores for security reasons. Stock is extremely security conscious. And so when you actually switch between different workspaces and slack. What's actually happening? Is we just switch out the underlying reebok store with the new workspace that you're switching to? And then we allow react to render everything because react is data driven and suddenly finds itself with a whole load of new data says. Oh I should be looking at this specific channel and I should be showing this specific message. Let's re render to show those things so that's another interesting thing of how we use. We'd exit slack. There's lots of little things like that where we've tried being clever and there's good business reasons for doing things like that as well overall. We've had a great experience with you know reacting Reebok's I think the biggest power for us from those two pieces of technology is how standardized as made our code base like I mentioned before one of the most powerful things that we've done for all front end. Developers slack is standardize how they writing coat because it means everyone understands all of the different repos implicitly and can contribute and can debugging anywhere. It's amazing that is thanks to react and read. Let's zoom in and give it a little bit more context for what you've actually standardized there because again there are these clients like android and Iowa S. That are not using react right so but it sounds like even those client. Networking flows have been impacted. By the fact that you've read factored the web front end or the electron front end to have a certain data flow. So can you just give a little bit more context to like now that we've talked through a lot of things? Just tell me a little bit more. About what you mean. In terms of this standardization yes standardization. I'm specifically talking about web technologies. Okay that is the electron APP essentially on Mac Windows. Lennox things like that. We have standardized how to access data how to store data and how that data is then rendered on the screens react versus cdn versus server. It's more the developer up. What flows I guess or the programming principles so like ten years ago. Let's say if you wanted to store state about a specific component. How would you do that? There's hundreds of ways you could do that you could you know if let's say you're talking about toggle for a for a side by take on opens closes. You could apply a close to that component which says it's open. You could store that state in global object and read it from that global. Object to checklist Edson. You could store in local storage. You could store in a cookie. There's like so many different ways that you could have stored data and if you don't have a fourth standardization across your code base. All of us do. Different developers are going to store that data in different locations but since we have implemented redux and Redux has become a source of truth. There's only one way to get data and store data now and that's through Redux and so that standardization has been extremely helpful for us saying that though we have actually Standardi- something's across the mobile clients as well so the IRS and the Android and the web infra teams meet on a regular cadence to talk about different optimizations. That they've they've figured out and how to load things better and so a lot of cheap programming print suppose and the kind of way that things have been designed have been implemented in Web and mobile plants. But of course they've been done in their own native languages. It's the kind of the tech SPEC which is shed but the implementation is different. What are the outstanding front end? Performance issues that you'd still like to make to the slack front end great question that I mean. There's always more that we can do so one of our goals for when we rewrote that Web application was to get slack to boot in a specific amount of time previously unlocked workspaces stock took a good ten seconds. To load or something like that. You might remember there. Were those kind of cutesy messages like welcoming you to slap things. You can configure with the rewrite. We actually had to remove those because slack boots so fast now that you don't have time to read those S.'s. Which is nice right but we know that we can get it faster even faster still. That's kind of an interesting thing to think about because you know. How often do you really open slack? You open at once and then it's open for an average of eight hours a day on someone's machine but you could introduce interesting concepts if you can do really fast boots of slack for instance slack open for eight hours a day or Slack Releases Code Twenty Times a day and that might be bug fixes and there there might be new features in there. How do we get onto a uses machine if they consistently have slack open without reloading refreshing the page? Well if you can guarantee that a reload can happen within a second or a couple of seconds. You could do it in the background. When you know that slack isn't being used or is hidden behind different windows you could really quickly reload the client for them so they pick up the new code and get the latest and greatest features and bug fixes that so you can almost see performances of feature as well when you think about things like that other things are always you know. We tend to concentrate a lot on the actual typing experience and the switching between different messages. And how fast you can interact with with. So because that's it's insane power. You can connect with your colleagues at an instantaneous rate. And so if there's any lack typing channel switching lagging anything like that that's going to affect your your experience of using slack. There's a really interesting concept and performance in that you don't notice good performance. You only noticed bad performance right you never notice when a website has gotten faster always more snappy or whatever but you always notice when it's taking the extra few seconds to load or something like that so that's kind of how we think about performance slack. Is that the work that we do. Should just make everything more simple more productive. You know a more pleasant experience to us if you ever notice something performance wise and slack. We need to fix that. And that's you know we've done a bad job so that's how we tend to think about a news. Thanks for coming on the show. It's been great talking really appreciate your time. Jeff thank you. Being on call is hard but having the right tools for the job can make it easier when you wake up in the middle of the night to troubleshoot the database. You should be able to have the database monitoring information right in front of you when you're out to dinner. And your phone buzzes. Because your entire application is down you should be able to easily find out who pushed code most recently so that you can contact them and find out to troubleshoot the issue. Victor ops is a collaborative incident. Response Tool Victor. Ops Brings Your Monitoring Data and your collaboration tools into one place so that you can fix issues. More quickly and reduce.

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Software Engineering Daily

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"nair" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

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"nair" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"nair" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"I've worked with the data. Quality is also about pushing the responsibility of monitoring or lake. You know being responsible for their data sets to the owners of the data. Say what I mean by that. Is You know as a data infrastructure team and the derelict tens of thousands of data sets which are are computed as ops in our data platform every day. It is really hard for a data infrastructure team to you know cognizant of a what what kind of anomalies are flowing through them. What is this is today's drawn anomalous in some sense? So you know what we are trying to do is also to kind of push or give more power to the owners of the data set in saying that okay. These are my my expectations of the data. It's the boasted the sudden shape. This call is never supposed to be null or like a you know this is supposed supposed to be an account. Idee so in that sense I'm alluding to a lot of different things easier but in general what we are working towards is also to kind of of give more power to the user to monitor data said set expectations for them so that you know downstream users of that the data set can rely on these data sits in a sense I would tie it to how a devops team would work in the sense that performing Fra Structure Team would work that a platform team provides abstractions to other engineers in the organization to spin up their services and to reliably monitor them so that they are they take to their families that same sense if you were to think of a data set as service the defect owners should be able to like you know guaranteed certain lays on their data set so that downstream consumers humor of the data said can reliably use them. I think you're really touching on something that is only going to grow in importance in the near future. I think people are afraid to build data applications when they. They don't have a strong belief in the integrity of the data sets. And it's it's hard to have faith in the integrity of the data sets when you know. Oh how many different people are writing the data lake and how many different heterogeneous data sets are being combined signed and are they all being updated at the same time is something out of date and we're just building machine learning models that sort of you know oh paper over the inconsistencies in our data. Maybe that's okay in some cases in other cases like you really need data integrity gritty. And if you don't have somebody that's looking up and down the data pipeline to ensure that data integrity. It's very unlikely you will have it creek. So in general the best way to kind of ensure intergrity is for assign.

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Software Engineering Daily

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"nair" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Distinction between a data lake and data warehouse is also moving towards a more. Well I would say the primary difference between them would be you know to what degree of modeling are what degree of curation Shen does the data have data leak is concerned is more of a staging era if you will a docking area for all the data of the organization to flow Into and then data warehouses mostly occupation. Or you know selection of data of Kim data into something something which is more useful for the end user. Well said I know that you are concerned right now. With the idea of data quality and ensuring data quality throughout an organization is really hard one example of it's hard as you have different teams teams throughout an organization that are writing data to perhaps the same data lake with different ideas of what different terms might mean so for example if I write data to my data lake and I'm using the word account or the word currency see I might have different ideas for what I mean by those terms than you do. And if they're some data scientists that's trying to do a join between data sets that are created by different teams. They can run into problems with data quality Now that's just one an excess of data quality issue. There are many others but I see this as a huge problem. Tell me about your process of improving data quality at new bank. Sure so the one problem that you mentioned now that is certainly a big issue that how do how do we maintain our how do are we gonNa make sure that a certain column has the certain meaning and that meaning is known to every downstream user relies on that not so we as organization. You have taken multi pronged approach to addressing this. I would say so I mean this. This problem also ties closely today. Discovery in the sense that you know how do there is given data set like you need at a particular data set. You do not know how to find it. Are you already have access to the data said but you are not care of the meaning of it so Lega said we have a multi pronged approach to it. One of the approach is due for a core team a central theme which works really close to the data data infrastructure team to kind of curate. Certain core canonical data sets and you know to mark them as like this is You know to document them as like this is what this data said pertains to this Szott columns me etc.. Another approach is of course to build a automated automated service on top which AIDS data discovery vitry which heads with users understand. You know their data on top of it. You know another another concern that you know when I when I fed.

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Software Engineering Daily

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"nair" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"The choices of technology. The you've made aid. Have you considered using snowflake for data warehousing. What was the the tradeoff? Decision between using snowflake and other technologies like a big query sure so V did not start out with a big query the initial data warehouse was redshift that fever using at then at some point. Although I wasn't directly involved in the decision that that did come a stage where we as a Dean taught that you know it it is redshift was not a scaling as well as we would like it to and at that point the they're on the lookout for new alternatives. I'm I'm may not be the best person to talk about this but I'm sure that a lot of alternatives were considered big query Presto snowflake. Nick might have been among them. But in the end farther idea reasons which is the ease of management and pricing do and certain other aspects. We decided to go with big query. Yeah that sounds like a subject for an entire show the choices of modern data warehousing. You've you've written about the history of data engineering on twitter. I know you have a pretty broad historical perspective. When you consider data engineering since the creation of dupe loop where are the key inflection points in the history of data engineering? Yeah so again. This is a very opinionated opinionated. I would say I might be very well wrong on this. But I think you know. During the the I like to think about the history or the illusion of modern-day engineering is that it has been sort of a psychological in the sense that we come back to the keep going back to the the same solutions are the same abstractions so in with respect you did engineering. I was a particularly alluding to the fact that how the abstraction abstraction of a table or the construct a table is something which was lost at some point when Duke was introduced well how that has slowly surfaced her face back again so then I say they abstraction of table. What I'm talking about here is in general the declarative language of SQL? But also the locus of execution itself had a vantage was originally designed. And still you know has is. It's because of execution to be a fine and then you know users. They're suppose to a ride. These not produce jobs which were which was pretty technical and not read accessible for for somebody higher up or in the value chain so uh these two aspects somehow like at some point people realize that we need to go back to SQL maybe provide that is an interface which many users would find more accessible. And you know in that context I have written about how school or pig and high ranking taking a step forward in that direction the reintroduction of SQL India who because Jim and the reintroduction of table advantage and you know on all the way to the present day aron than spark like you know sparks fuel is also of course step in that direction and then you have the curtain stage Their anew debut constructs coming up on top of thatch processing framework such as a budgie iceberg our database Delta UH and others. Yeah and I'm just preparing for a show about presto right now and from what I understand Presto is basically a a system of like give it sequel and it sorts through your legacy technologies figures out how to satisfy your sequel query on top. The files. Right I mean yeah does seem to be the direction in Mitcham and it's not a bad direction to be but yet that seems to be the direction which in which the the domain is headed you. I'm sure there's a lot of other stuff we could discuss. I know were were nearing the end of our time I guess just a few random contextual question because it seems like you follow this broad area of data engineering pretty closely the separation of ideas between a data warehouse and a data lake the from what I can tell. There are industry attempts to unify those two things. Maybe not actually unifying them but at least providing Abstractions that make it seem like your data warehouse in your data lake or the same thing like when I did a show about snowflake. It seemed like that's what they were trying to do. Do you have a sense of of what it takes to make the data warehouse the data lake. Feel like to seamless abstractions. Sure so my feeling about this is the entire reason for the existence of two separate notions of data colleague and data warehouse. That CA- stems from the fact that you know. We how the current way in Vicente de engineering assistance are built old. Is this a federated vay of stitching together. Processing technologies are processing. Frameworks and storage frameworks. And then you know the you need a specialized team to kind of stitch them together. We are kind of worse than together because it does not come easily. You need a like you know. It takes some degree of expertise to do that. I think a snowflake somehow I do not know much about owed the snowflake architecture but you know I would say. The snowflake is kind of trying to address that need of not having to stitch together these disparities ins or course them together into a system which works for the user and having said that in the card scenario.

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"nair" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"nair" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"New Bank is a popular bank that is based in Brazil. New Bank has more than twenty million customers and has accumulated a high volume of data over the six years since since it has started mobile computing and cloud computing have given rise to challenger banks such as new bank that operate more like software companies when software company reaches the size. That new bank is at today. It needs a data platform but data platform is a collection of different technologies that move data into different storage formats and applications so that different members of an organization can access that data new data often enters an organization through an L. T. p. database race the transactional database which supports user transactions and that transactional data is copied into a data lake which provides cheap bulk storage from the data lake. The data is moved into a data warehouse system for fast access and along the way tools like Kafka spark and S. three are used to implement the needs of the data platform and that's kind of a reductive description because data platform architecture is not an exact science in different companies build their data platforms based on their own unique requirements. Previous shows have covered the data infrastructure companies like lift Uber and facebook. And today's show is another case study in Dade infrastructure with a modern bank in a previous episode a few years ago we covered the core engineering of new bank in today's show we cover the data infrastructure of new bank with Sujith Nair. He joins the show talk about data infrastructure of the company. And what he's working on if you enjoy the show. Oh you can find all of our past episodes about data infrastructure by going to software daily Dot Com. You can search for the technologies of the companies mentioned and also if there's a subject that you wanna hear covered that you have not heard in a previous episode. You can feel free to leave a comment on this episode or send us a tweet at software software underscored daily with your recommendations. If.

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Software Engineering Daily

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"nair" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Distinction between a data lake and data warehouse is also moving towards a more. Well I would say the primary difference between them would be you know to what degree of modeling are what degree of curation Shen does the data have data leak is concerned is more of a staging era if you will a docking area for all the data of the organization to flow Into and then data warehouses mostly occupation. Or you know selection of data of Kim data into something something which is more useful for the end user. Well said I know that you are concerned right now. With the idea of data quality and ensuring data quality throughout an organization is really hard one example of it's hard as you have different teams teams throughout an organization that are writing data to perhaps the same data lake with different ideas of what different terms might mean so for example if I write data to my data lake and I'm using the word account or the word currency see I might have different ideas for what I mean by those terms than you do. And if they're some data scientists that's trying to do a join between data sets that are created by different teams. They can run into problems with data quality Now that's just one an excess of data quality issue. There are many others but I see this as a huge problem. Tell me about your process of improving data quality at new bank. Sure so the one problem that you mentioned now that is certainly a big issue that how do how do we maintain our how do are we gonNa make sure that a certain column has the certain meaning and that meaning is known to every downstream user relies on that not so we as organization. You have taken multi pronged approach to addressing this. I would say so I mean this. This problem also ties closely today. Discovery in the sense that you know how do there is given data set like you need at a particular data set. You do not know how to find it. Are you already have access to the data said but you are not care of the meaning of it so Lega said we have a multi pronged approach to it. One of the approach is due for a core team a central theme which works really close to the data data infrastructure team to kind of curate. Certain core canonical data sets and you know to mark them as like this is You know to document them as like this is what this data said pertains to this Szott columns me etc.. Another approach is of course to build a automated automated service on top which AIDS data discovery vitry which heads with users understand. You know their data on top of it. You know another another concern that you know when I when I fed.

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"nair" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"nair" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"New Bank is a popular bank that is based in Brazil. New Bank has more than twenty million customers and has accumulated a high volume of data over the six years since since it has started mobile computing and cloud computing have given rise to challenger banks such as new bank that operate more like software companies when software company reaches the size. That new bank is at today. It needs a data platform but data platform is a collection of different technologies that move data into different storage formats and applications so that different members of an organization can access that data new data often enters an organization through an L. T. p. database race the transactional database which supports user transactions and that transactional data is copied into a data lake which provides cheap bulk storage from the data lake. The data is moved into a data warehouse system for fast access and along the way tools like Kafka spark and S. three are used to implement the needs of the data platform and that's kind of a reductive description because data platform architecture is not an exact science in different companies build their data platforms based on their own unique requirements. Previous shows have covered the data infrastructure companies like lift Uber and facebook. And today's show is another case study in Dade infrastructure with a modern bank in a previous episode a few years ago we covered the core engineering of new bank in today's show we cover the data infrastructure of new bank with Sujith Nair. He joins the show talk about data infrastructure of the company. And what he's working on if you enjoy the show. Oh you can find all of our past episodes about data infrastructure by going to software daily Dot Com. You can search for the technologies of the companies mentioned and also if there's a subject that you wanna hear covered that you have not heard in a previous episode. You can feel free to leave a comment on this episode or send us a tweet at software software underscored daily with your recommendations. If.

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07:14 min | 1 year ago

BITCOIN BOOM! Was That China Knocking?

"Xena massive massive move most of you probably well aware of it I've seen three days to die full percent up the Friday it ended up if fraud up sixteen point four five percent arguably off the back of the the news China seems to be embracing crypto assets blockchain and Hopefully things cost big on the missile this Saturday really hot a guy and we ended up undeclared a six point eight two percent but at one stage and a wealthy claud was ninety two hundred but that was twelve hundred dollars lower than the high of that candle we did Max out at ten thousand four hundred eighty nine now currently as I said before four point three percent it's nine thousand six hundred sixty three US day look really it's it's one of those looking really awesome looking really nasty going out as far as anything else goes housing there on the data that was some strong divergence on that loss bright law it did one thing that's on the high timeframes was definitely clearly then I'm certainly not suggesting that a cold this movie will try to this because I did not I there's nothing the trading wise would call it this is as simple as on the nobody could a quote this move with anything other than luck or in Saudi for my absolute inside insider trading but I have been wrongful Doug we'll be wrong a guy in as it stands right now bitcoin because it's just moves so you know so radically is really great deal there for me at the minute the trend coming to play better on the four US going to move to the tune we we did see a northbound one thousand two by the way with two stunning to try and do something the one hour well there is a trend that now there is a trend there little bullish candle there with nine minutes to go until it closes now nominates from now which is what I'm actually recording this will actually be for me the second of a ten sorry a non am in the morning here in pseudo name so yeah not a great deal on Bitcoin as it stands skip through the records and talk about theory and well it do also had a very strong performance on Friday closing up twelve point eight nine percent a down day on Saturday night full so what a great deal but it did sort of hinted was trying to break two hundred filed once guy and filed a around that region twice as receives at one eighty six and forty up three point three a one percent right now on a guy naught really that attractive mate for the way that I'll try trends AOL Agai still performance on the fraud sixteen point seven three percent not three dollars thirty three cents currently it's up six percents and not a bad move to die there on the old else mad dog and a little bit of a trend Loyd shop shot look we did have update on the Friday six point five nine percent then we will whipped gyn down two point two seven on Saturday and today we're at three point John was sitting at six point four cents diner remains a very ugly little jot their exile pay well look I mean there's one thing I can't study about X. does seem to be another level over resistance in there on the thirty cent mark it his fawning a bit of having a bit of a hard time getting through in a did before a minute if you recall back in four sorry wrong I'm looking at the daily if you recall back Ellen is that was four out that way thirty cents is another great deal on a four hour on the dial level to get through is really around thirty three cents it's a bit of an ugly to be fair the fraud is a big move was eight the biggest on the Saturday down point flat and again today where up point nine on twenty nine point seven cents a lot going while had obviously taken advance that move on Friday with the the fraud I can't closing up fourteen point eight nine percent everything was sort of lagging bitcoin. bitcoin definitely the dawn performer across the the markets on that Friday session actually woke up to its Saturday morning but it was a Friday. US session that really sort of kicked in US and Europe Lachlan Sixty dollars flat to right now on the nose fof went to nine percent and have argued moved a guy it's bit over the shopping bitcoin cash I'll look very strong rejection of that ought to I ninety one that I've been talking about quite some time you know we saw twenty one point four percent I think bitcoin cash was the largest move at a lot bitcoin was there show bitcoin cash definitely a following up the Sorry bitcoin cash I believe it was the biggest mover with Bitcoin just behind it quite sure what up it have a very strong moving to die out three point two four percent at two hundred and sixty dollars and forty four cents Bonnet is a little well known as much as the assistant alleged Moore I guess so's Ten percent I love that only so a ten percent on the Friday then we went into Saturday eight point nine percent it did really well on the on the fraud I fifteen percent today up thirteen percent so far of the couples guy really really strong looking job there Arafat a basically they just want to pull back in just waiting for those trends to reestablish himself before we get to into the mix Cada two cents up three point fives six also it was ten percent on the night on Friday the Nautilus Movement since then to Buffet Bitcoin S. V. Lemay moving quite well for walnut apple Buckingham hoping to see a little bullish candle that did not get one and from the nine point one five saint twenty five percent full wohlfarth percent and today at one point four percent as a matter of fact pulled back into Tokyo through I'm saying here since it pulled back in its most radim pullback another we've seen a sixty seven rise in bitcoin cash why the it's just moved so right now from me to you I am looking at this market and just waiting for that clarity there is some transient that will be keeping an eye on what he's well what we have saying is some big moves may look at Nair Nair is eighteen percent today and nine percent yesterday I don't know what that's off the back Oh this is a guy bitcoins even with bitcoin strong performance near has outpaced its odds about big patient waiting for the opportunities to arrive Tanaz pullbacks coming in now when we look at the rockets so those pullbacks represent some good opportunities and say you have a great guys and those viewing Sydney get get your spot with very soon ended about which is fast approaching Boffa now

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The energy efficiency industry is growing

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 1 year ago

The energy efficiency industry is growing

"In twenty eighteen almost two and a half are they are well paid domestic jobs nair in every town every state and their jobs that are not going to go away Leeza Jacobsen is president of the Business Council for sustainable energy she says the efficiency industry continues to expand according to the US energy and employment report more than seventy five thousand new energy efficiency jobs were added last year with even faster growth projected this year. Jacobson says that growth has come with a wider range of opportunities for job seekers the energy sector jobs are very different now they're very integrated with computer science and the very systems oriented. did they require everything from engineers to installers and there's an opportunity for everybody so she says it's important that young people be prepared I think it's really important that our education system start early and encourage all levels of interest in energy

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Vernon E. Jordan, Jr. Reflects on His Past

In Black America

07:15 min | 1 year ago

Vernon E. Jordan, Jr. Reflects on His Past

"<hes> best analogy comes from politics permanently. Jordan junior has been called the rover parks of american business born on august august fifteenth nineteen thirty five in atlanta. Georgia jordan is a civil rights icon business consultant and influential powerbroker. Jordan wouldn't a graduate of depauw university way earned a political science degree in one thousand nine hundred fifty seven and howard university school of law never want to sit on the sideline in nineteen fifty one he helped desegregate colleges and universities in georgia from nineteen sixty one to nineteen sixty three he was as a field secretary for the national association for the advancement of colored people in georgia in one thousand nine seven jordan became executive director of the united negro college college fund and i eighteen seventy one. He became president of the national urban league. He held that position for ten years on may twenty nine thousand nine hundred eighty jordan wooden was shot and seriously wounded outside a hotel in fort wayne indiana. This incident became the first story covered by c._n._n. And as we all i know by now jordan became a close confidant and political advisor to president bill clinton this past spring. Jordan was keynote speaker at the summit on race in america held at the l._b._j. Presidential library on the campus of the university of texas at austin the following is an expert of that reason tation now now. Let me explain to situation you. Were in with me this morning and i can only explain it by telling you. I'm a true story. I'm a member of the african methodist episcopal church all my life and and this young pastor who just graduated from seminary and the bishop was signed him to a church a small town in georgia to begin his pastoral ministry astray and the young pastor was cited about the beginning of his pastoral ministry so he went to this small georgia town and on saturday he went around to community to say i'm the new pastor here and i'm beginning again in my pastoral ministry tomorrow and i. I'm looking forward to seeing you at church. In the morning. The morning came mm-hmm and it was raining and stormy and then the black community. The streets were unpaid so they were almost you couldn't get through anywhere but he was excited about the beginning of his pastoral ministry so he put on his suit. He got for graduation and his new shirt and he went to the church at nine in the morning. Nobody showed up for sunday school and it eleven o'clock. Nobody has shown church at eleven twenty. One so parisian shows up the church services so the young new pastor russia's down to the so perimeter and says brother. I'm the new passed a here. I've just graduated from seminary but in similar nair they don't teach you what to do. When only one parisian shows was up for the church service he said do you have any suggestions and the so parisian says well preacher. I'm not a preacher. <hes> i'm a farmer and all i know is that we're well now. Load my wagon full of hey go feed my cows and only one cow shows up with the feeding i feed them and

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"nair" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin

#WhoWouldWin

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"nair" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin

"Stop stores. Hammer mole Nair before the hammer can touch him if it can stop incoming. Oh Nair which is a God inside a hammer. It can stop doomsday without doomsday touching juggernaut. But even if doomsday did manage to penetrate juggernauts force field. There's still that regeneration factor. It's just it seems impossible for doomsday to end this fights on either count because of these magic powers juggernauts also grown much of his face when he was impaled by the I win shatter star caught him off guard. He can regenerate not only body parts, but regenerate his armor. He wants lost his helmets picked up. Another piece of metal and magically became a new helmet for just as good as the old one. But a good example for this one is when juggernaut fault the rhino who is a guy that looks like acts like I should say fights like him. He fights a lot of the same style as doomsday. He comes running at you. Head on any tries to impale you doomsday. He likes to impale people with his bone Spurs. Rhino likes to pay pale people with his big horn. See they should be besties and a juggernaut was once in pale by the rhino, and he healed instantly, and this was one of juggernauts weaker forms, by the way, he pulled rhino's horn out of his chest and immediately body slammed him. So from my point number two here juggernauts magical based invulnerability giving him that force field to keep opponents away mixed with his endurance and impossibly magic. Healing factor will make it impossible for doomsday to disable the jug or not to the point that he can satisfy the rules of who would win and walkaway safely. And that's my point number two..

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"nair" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin

#WhoWouldWin

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"nair" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin

"A chance by freezing the hammer and keeping it separate from the war for sixty seconds and reverting him back to a human form really's to break through the ice advice. And I said, no Nair freeze mole Nair Manera. And he can't pick it up because it'd be frozen in a huge block of ice from. But he could take more than sixty seconds to get to it. And then subsea I'm just saying and subzero can keep him as way from it. You know, I just sixty seconds like your dedication right now to this Jay, this is making me, really happy. Sixty seconds doesn't exist right now. It really doesn't. I've been reading the lady Jane foster where it does exist. So that's kind of fresh in my mind, I'm telling you. That's the reason. I thought it because I thought that'd be handy. X men number two seventy seven Ganden took on character by the name of plenty now chris'll are you familiar with the character? I know that he strong. But that's that's about all. I know. So hit me. Yeah. He's a thorn level character in terms of being like, you know, think of the last character. He looks like a superman with like a mohawk and redhead skin. And he's like the alien the right term enforcer for this the she are healing empire. And he's the the go-to person for everything is over problem kneeling army comes in San gladiator. Whatever can lead whatever's right? Glad person to do it. So in one lady gliders phasing correctly guessed, dammit, and what? Did gambit do. We'll look at that picture. I sent you guys. He charged in shot in tire dick of cards. You'll have like blackjack dealers. Do it, you know in Las Vegas whatever together to shop. What really fast into one file, and he kinda just shot cards.

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Carpool Karaoke Coming Back As Prime-Time Special

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:40 sec | 3 years ago

Carpool Karaoke Coming Back As Prime-Time Special

"Throwing a baseball at you as hard as they can although that baseball would be jagged like a. Piece of ice and so we did have some pretty significant lacerations on. People's heads the l. Pomare foundation has donated one hundred grand to help, pay, for, the, zoos recovery, at a. Music legends carpool karaoke segment set to be turned into a prime time. Special with late late show host James, corden CBS will air the one hour carpool karaoke. When corden Mets McCartney live from Liverpool on August twentieth featuring never before seen footage of when Paul McCartney returned. To Liverpool CBS says the original emotional, segment has almost one hundred And thirty

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Film producer Weinstein indicted for rape: New York prosecutor

Morning Edition

02:13 min | 3 years ago

Film producer Weinstein indicted for rape: New York prosecutor

"And i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york a grand jury indicted harvey weinstein for rape and for forcing a woman to perform oral sex manhattan da cyrus van says the indictment brings the disgraced movie mogul another step closer to accountability weinstein's indictment yesterday came just hours after his lawyer said he would not testify before the grand jury because there wasn't enough time to prepare him weinstein has repeatedly denied any nonconsensual sexual encounters and his attorney claims that one of the women accusing weinstein of rape was in a consensual relationship both before and after the alleged attack acting new york attorney general barbara underwood says the offices marching full steam ahead under her leadership the state's newly confirmed attorney general held her first public media event yesterday following the resignation of former attorney general eric schneiderman earlier this month in the immediate aftermath of hearing the news everyone was stunned but we very quickly look started looking forward schneiderman step down on may eight hours after news broke that he allegedly abused multiple women underwood says she will serve out the remainder of the current term and does not plan to run for election to the post in the fall just seven percent of new york city's public schools have cameras located nearby to catch speeding motorists the mayor wants to change that wnyc's zoe azoulay reports if you're driving over the speed limit in a school zone with a speed camera you'll get a ticket in the mail for fifty dollars city officials say these fines have been effective in slowing traffic nair de and wants to double the number of schools down with cameras but that decision is up to the state legislature and the deadline is this summer if all but he doesn't act hundreds of thousands of children will be endanger the mayor's office say there's bipartisan support their opponents including democratic senator sympathetic there say that speak cameras are just a way to fill government coffers we do have a forty percent chance of some showers today patchy fog this morning otherwise cloudy with a high near sixty eight degrees this is wnyc this is morning edition from npr news i'm david green and i'm rachel martin there's one question parents rarely answer truthfully.

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"nair" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"nair" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Shared scriptures man the scriptures driven from my mouth also no so he had a bottle he had a can of beer and a cigarette in you had your bible and your flipping through the by little fire your explaining it to explain a term on like a mania like a mean i'm going off air going on as you are maniac in a good way i am in may loved that about you so you are doing this and what happens so then we kind of finished we stand up movie time because we were stand right in front of the arches of the la coliseum were there with the olympic torch is i innocent dad you can accept price tried nair's your sleep you can have the forgiveness of everything in he starts to create this point he starts declined to cry at this point in he says son how can christ forgive me for what i did you and what i did your mom army shibley how uh and i said father i i don't get it i don't understand what jesus i feel a christian you've accepted because if you don't you're going to go to jail if he di in any recent his hand to me and he said son i'm sorry for did he can you please forgive me while i that is omit at some point mike you know i forgot allow these details that's amazing that he said that two lire for all those years yeah he did so shook his hand said i forgive you dad but a said now you need to receive forgiveness christ in he goes i want it so we close our eyes and i in a afraid received jesus uh and the may chew israel gosh i opened one i hear make sure he refrained from his lips near the list and he was saying the words and then i remember he said in jesus name and we hugging we both cried right in front of the la tulleson right in front of the arches that's like a story bookending i mean that's that in there's more to the story does more little story but that's mike at seoul ceautiful well what so now what happens so then at this point you know um um i leave and.

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"nair" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"nair" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"That's crazy is crazy and so go take your time seriously take our time seriously but there's something always in the back of your i don't know you're like nair that's just what are you what are you doing can it's all the same information you know it's it's like you got some good stuff out of it right right but then you're like led we feel gross after a get out of here yeah you know and i say to somebody hey for taking advance course tell me what you learned afterwards if you don't you'll feel ban you paid in i did they're like yeah absolutely and then as soon as that their courses don because i know what time it ends ten at night i get along text he keith i bet you would benefit from the blah blah blah's like you're just supposed to tell me they tricked you also now they're just beating too younger the nugget of information coming be my guest because i know i know what it's like coming be my guest because then the the main personable like them better mental to this yeah i'll be light and then i can stand up our bacon clap for me you know and also on learning i'm learning how to pass a message i'm learning how to stand up for myself i'm learning how to corral a crowd i'm learning how to convince people of something that i want these are all career things to know at but it's you can like it's such a line of like you're using it for evil using it for good it's very clever how they put together these group calls and the group leaders of civilian and then the rest of us and we just talk about what we accomplished each week based on these a weekly meetings that you go to and person which is such a beautiful wonderful sounds nice you know that it's so that you don't.

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