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Panthers reach 8-0, winning first game without Quenneville

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Panthers reach 8-0, winning first game without Quenneville

"The Panthers are an NHL best AT and after Alexander Barkov second goal of the night gave them a three two overtime win against the red wings eight two Lewis star in and had a goal and Sergei Bobrovsky made twenty eight saves helping the Panthers move within two of the NHL record for consecutive victories to start the season Andrew Burnett ran the Panthers today after Joel Quenneville resigned as head coach Quenneville was among those implicated for not responding swiftly to allegations by former Chicago player Kyle beach of being sexually assaulted by an assistant coach in twenty ten I'm Dave Ferrie

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"quenneville" Discussed on Poke the Bear

Poke the Bear

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"quenneville" Discussed on Poke the Bear

"I don't think this is like, you know, this is an unpopular. But it's tough to listen to, because it's like, they're watching the same thing I am. And it's just it's sad that Nestlé can't send those that crew on the road because they do a good job and the broadcasters should be there. Social lot of the writers, but that's a whole nother thing. But yes, I'm wondering if you saw the same thing. Yeah, no, it is very unfortunate. Is it surprising? Unfortunately not. Not at all last year and you saw I think a lot of people can look at the bottom line and see the money that could be saved by not doing it. But at the detriment of the viewers and everyone else he's paying, you know, these regional bills to get access to this network and you're getting a subpop product off of just the bottom line of money, which is unfortunate because I do think it's noticeable. I mean, it's how much can these guys kind of glean from looking through the same screen you are, right? It's like they can't see what's going on behind the, you know, beyond just what is on the camera. You don't sometimes you miss guys who are heading to the bench, all these things that kind of play into it. It's unfortunate because again it's at the detriment to the viewer the fan who deserves to have people, you know, boots on the ground at these places to get the most out of that coverage, especially if it's a broadcasting team. So it's surprising, no, but unfortunate, very. This was not the breaking news I expected to see as we recorded this. Facebook has a new name. Called meta. Meta. Like, when Ron artest became metal world peace, MET a, Facebook is changing their name to meta. It's still going to be shitty. I would think so. Hey, if meta doesn't have groups, I'm all in on meta. Let me tell you, I'm all in medicine. The Framingham community bulletin board? Well, I think I'm in some of them. And I'm in the neighborhood one. And it's just amazing to watch. People have been arguing for days over when to trick or treat and people are going at each other over stuff and it's just it's great to it's great to watch very annoying though. In theory, the south Boston bulletin board one is really riveting is about it's pretty much just cos being packed poorly. If you would be like, look at this asshole. That's all it is. It's not like anything constructive. Or it'll be like what I did. And it's like them running a note on it being like on the windshield being like fuck you, which is not good because if you're gonna write that on a note, you shouldn't then post it. What I did. Yeah. It's not a lot of thing but into these community builder boards. They can be entertaining, but they slowly kind of rot your brain. And then only in Boston will pick up those notes and be like, so funny. This only happens in Boston. They tweet like a Jim and Pam clip from the office. Noted Boston took on the office. Oh, everybody knows. That was filmed in the Peru. I mean, come on. Let's be real here. Anyways, before we go, Connor, what can the people look forward to over at BS J? Yeah, we're going to be obviously whether it be Thursday's game against the hurricanes or Saturday's rematch against the Panthers, pretty big measuring tests for the bruins going up against two legit teams in the Eastern Conference..

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"quenneville" Discussed on Poke the Bear

Poke the Bear

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"quenneville" Discussed on Poke the Bear

"I think the battle all the time with Clifton is make sure he doesn't get too assertive or too kind of caught up in the cliffy hawk getting where he's taking himself out of the play. But some of these philosophy just simple defending simple network coverage that has been lacking. And that can't happen, especially if you want to put mcavoy and grows it together and kind of get the most out of that line. You can't create somewhere the weak links further down the depth chart that it's going to lead to your third parent getting scored on twice and all these other flaws. It can happen especially against a team like Florida. No, I totally agree. But again, it's early in the season. We'll see what they bring out against the hurricanes on Thursday night. We'll see if any of that stuff is switched around or changed. I'm incessantly updating my Twitter feed to see if Q gets the boot anytime soon. I can't wait till we end this in like 5 minutes after it's gonna be like comes out. It's like damn, we're so close. Maybe we'll just stay here, we'll stay on for like another like two hours. And we'll just do our business. You guys can just keep us on, but I want to break, we're like, oh, we got breaking news. Timestamping. I'll put the time stamped for people on a fast forward to it. But anyways, yes, I'm very interested to see what they do tonight or Thursday night against the hurricanes. Big game. It's a little big game. And then you get another measuring stick game on Saturday when they play the Panthers at home. So you can see sort of if the top lines cancel each other out again, if you know how they do it, because again the Florida top line was not super great on Wednesday. So again, that's another silver lining, but you also need to produce too. Eric hollow, though, almost did score. That thing went like this close going in. It went through Bob Ross's leg and went like that close into going. And also before we go into Brussels game two. Yeah, the bras was good. Coyle had the lip and he scored. So, you know, it was looking pretty savage out there, but there was one thing I want to talk about before we head off and maybe this will extend the time a bit. But Nessa not traveling to games. I will say, and obviously this was a story in the athletic about this about Jack Edwards not exactly loving it, which obviously, no one's going to like it. And I was surprised not to hear Jack more mad about that on last night's broadcast. I feel I feel like I never heard him be like, oh, I could have seen that if I was there or something like that. I expected something out of that. But it's funny. After reading that story and now having had a way broad, some teams have their way broadcast or their broadcast go on the road. Some teams are doing that. And after listening to those, and then listening to Jack and brick call it from a studio in Watertown, you notice a difference. You notice they complete difference. I mean, it is, it is night and day when you have like the TNT or the ESPN crew on the scene or in comparison to Jack and brick or any broadcasters being at home. And it hurts the product. And people know this..

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"quenneville" Discussed on Poke the Bear

Poke the Bear

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"quenneville" Discussed on Poke the Bear

"I think Kubernetes needs 28. And then you've got a whole bunch of 25, 26 year old guys in their prime who are all signed, locked up. Good defense. Even younger guys in the pipeline like night is only going to get better Anton lindell who didn't play on Wednesday. He's 20 years old. He's got 5 points in 5 games. Yeah, they remind you quite a bit about the bruins, which is how they're built and how it seems like they're building a sustainable powerhouse for a long time, which is not what the bruins want to see. Like they would rather it be water still rebuilding and you know, you got Toronto in your way, which I don't think really frames a lot of bruins fans in a Tampa Bay team that maybe is worn down from winning two cups in a row. You'd like to have them on the downturn. They try to make the most of these last couple of years you have. Now, we'll send you a Florida coming onto the scene. And they look pretty good. And who knows? I mean, a lot can change over the course of a season. Hopefully they will not have a head coach later on, but as you said, I think they would be just fine with whoever else is behind the bench for them. But we'll see, you get to the playoffs. Sometimes it takes these teams a few years to get that play of experience, even though they kind of push Tampa. In that first round series last year. But not the development you want to see. Like it's one thing if let's say we're two three years down the road and the bruins are still clinging on to trying to go on a run, you've got auto and Detroit and these teams that are hopefully taking the next step. Florida's here right now and they're only going to get better. Like it's not it doesn't make it any easier for everyone to get out of the Atlantic if Florida is playing like this. I was just about to say that Detroit team has a good core for the future. And the senators they can keep their guys there should also be pretty good down the line. So yeah, I mean, the bruins seem like a team that is trending kind of down. I don't think this is a secret to anybody. But I think they are because again, the drafting has been not great, which is a conversation we've had many times..

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"quenneville" Discussed on Poke the Bear

Poke the Bear

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"quenneville" Discussed on Poke the Bear

"Dot com, with a game begins. Games beginning. Okay, so let's talk a little bit about last night's or Wednesday night skating against the Panthers. A lot of people panicking. A lot of people panicking about the loss. Obviously not a good loss. The bruins did not look good at all. But I think people remember it's short late in the season. I wouldn't panic on this last itself. I would, however, there's one spot I would panic, and that's long term. Because let me tell you something. Aside from that horrendous head coach down there, that's a good freaking team. That's a really good team. And you wrote this after the game. But they look a hell of a lot like the bruins of about a decade ago with the core the franchise defenseman. They have two solid goalies and net Bob Ross's killing it right now. I still think that contract blows, but that's still, you know, he's doing his thing. And up front, they are low, did. Do you agree? Well, you do. You wrote this. You wrote that. You wrote this, that the Panthers are pretty poised to kind of crush the bruins dreams of another cup maybe. Yeah, I mean, just adding another roadblock in the way for the bruins. As much as I think people want to talk about Toronto getting off to, I think of it as a three, four, one side, Tampa Bay. Obviously, without kuchar for right now, but they've been kind of sleepwalking a little bit through the start of the season. I think it's fair to assume that there are going to be in the mix that are going to be in the way of the bruins by the time the playoffs roll around. I think that's a pretty fair assumption to make, but it gets even more complicated. You add the Panthers in, who look like maybe the biggest threat in the Atlantic? I mean, you know, you kind of talked about it, but if you look at like the blueprint of a cup contending roster, they kind of have all of it, right? I mean like maybe they don't have the overall playoff experience, but they've got plenty of scoring depth. I mean, you've got guys like Sam reinhard, Jonathan hoober to clear all these guys in like middle 6 rolls. Like they've already got, I think barkov or hey gear on the top line. So they're already set there. You've got active decor. I mean, I think forsling I already has like 7 points in their games and he's in their feature guy like blood Zach blad. You've got a bigger defenseman in Gouda's..

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"quenneville" Discussed on Poke the Bear

Poke the Bear

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"quenneville" Discussed on Poke the Bear

"67. 67. You know what that is? That's Benoit, juliot, legend, Bruce legend. One year legend, who actually wasn't too bad, and it's pretty good. He also had that filthy gold wasn't all like New Year's Day or something. It was like, around the holiday, remember that nasty between the legs goal came out of nowhere, which again, he was like a first round pick. I remember like was the on Montreal. And I think he was from Jack I was just burying the guys like former top ten pick to nothing now and then he looks fine with the ruins like 5 months later. Well, I think what it was was coming back on an icing and puglia like launched himself, tried to hit him from behind and Edwards went nuts. Jack went bananas on Benoit, and then there was a fight and it was a whole big thing. But yeah, I think that nasty goals if I remember right against the Panthers, I could be wrong here. And it was like a 7 nothing game. I could be completely wrong. My memory could be messing me up. But he was actually good. It was a good third line. It was like him. And Kelly, I believe? On that 2011, 2012 team? Wow. The things I remember, but yeah, Benoit pule out was a brilliant. He was a brewer for a little bit. Number 67, and that is that. But I'm in a ski. That's caught a ride, Connor. How you doing? Evan, doing well. How you doing? I'm doing great. It is quite the day. And we'll dive into our first store because we mentioned the Panthers. We'll dive right in. The bruins played the Panthers on Wednesday night. We are recording this on Thursday. So apologies in advance, we will not be touching on the hurricanes game at all. It's that time of year again, sorry guys. And I put that on the schedule makers. I don't put that on us. That is on the schedule makers for making that be the case. But Wednesday night, burns by the Panthers. We'll get to the game itself later on. But obviously we want to start off with the biggest story in hockey, which is the Kyle beach Blackhawks story. And how in the hell Joel cornville was on the bench. On Wednesday night..

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Florida Panthers coach Joel Quenneville resigns amid Blackhawks scandal

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Florida Panthers coach Joel Quenneville resigns amid Blackhawks scandal

"Joel Quenneville has resigned as head coach of the Panthers the decision followed a Thursday meeting with NHL commissioner Gary Bettman and came two days after he was among those implicated for not swiftly responding to allegations by a Blackhawks player in twenty ten of being sexually assaulted by another coach an investigation released Tuesday said Quenneville and others in the Blackhawks organization did not prioritize addressing Kyle beaches allegations Quenneville was head coach of the black hawks at the time I'm the ferry

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"quenneville" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"quenneville" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

"These these adventure these different things. These things that are far removed from our day to day lives. And i guess that's why we do it. Sort of the escapism into something exciting. Yeah i wanna ask you something this week this week. There's been two or three stories of of terrible terrible outcome and content. You know the alec baldwin thing right is just this horrendous thing that happened this chicago blackhawks. You know story that is unfolding as we speak again is just a horrible horrible thing and it made me. It's funny because i've often. I've often said to myself. You know if. I had a do over in my life. If i had a do over or a couple of do overs fuck. I can't believe i cry so much. So if i had a couple of do-overs there are some right. There are some when they look back. And i wish you would have had on my addiction earlier you know the you know the unfairness with my kids and all that stuff. I've talked of that. But when i see these stories that happened this week and we often see these things right that that are in the news that the people are thirsty to hear that they're they're just terrible things. It minimizes steve. My desire for a do over in my own life. You know when you think of. Do you think alec baldwin would like a do over do you think. Do you think a bunch of these guys. Now you brought up chevrolet off and joel quenneville with you know who've been more than an ad on with this chicago blackhawks thing and i. It has this. I don't want to say positive effect. But but i've always wanted a couple of do overs. Big ones big ones. That i've always wanted to to. When i look back that i wanted you know fix. I wish i wouldn't have done that. Which and serious shit you know. When i was in you know but when i see these stories this week and i said how are we going to talk about this. What what does it mean. what what you know. The the landscape of all this stuff has changed so much. I'm sixty years old. You're you're not there but you're in your fifties you know so it was. It was different thirty years ago with this stuff. So do these guys deserve a break because of what it was like thirty years ago but anyway more more my point. I'm just saying. I was gonna say you're not steve if he ever if you wanna do over if you'd like a do over and and it's changed that this week when i when i see those things i don't know why i don't know why i was probably sitting around crime the blues moping around about my life for something for a few minutes and then i seat when i read these it makes me go. It's okay it's okay you know you don't worry about it. You know when you think of these other. I can't even imagine if you're joel. Quenneville today Or or anyone else involved in the singer bowman and these guys are alec baldwin or other shit you know and so i sing and stv you know would you. Would you like a do over. Stevie anything in your. Oh i have some yeah. I don't have anything that even remotely touches your battle with addiction and the family things that ensued from that but yeah. I'm sure i've got some various things along the way where i kinda go. Yeah probably like to do that. A little differently but nothing of the nothing of the game changing variety. I wish i could give you something..

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"quenneville" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"quenneville" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"quenneville" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

Chicago Dog Walk

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"quenneville" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

"Tuesday august seventeenth. Welcome to the dog walk. Presentative barstool sports chief. How are you today. i'm. I'm in recovery mode so you and i had a big weekend out in connecticut with quenneville feel like people have seen pictures video and podcast coming out the the next week not this week next week On redland radio yeah on lead on redline radio or other show here obviously and Yeah i had a great weekend. But i like also didn't have any like recovery time rest russell weekend so i'm struggling trying to do my best today through my brain back on. I had an all time bad brain day yesterday to on did you do. You didn't saw tom. It was like. I don't know how to like accurately describe the story. Was that dumb. Where i tom. Hey i wonder if i if they'll let me put my second bag in the overhead because not a full flight and i was like well. I don't have a bag. I'll pretend it's mind he's like you don't have a bag that i'm like wait. Yeah i do i do. It's a left at the gate. Like i'm just like i'm a dummy so i might be a way into your ticket. Oh yeah had to run off the plane jet way off. I was like. I had to go with my bags right there. And then they're like okay. We got it. And then i tried to come back in the lineup tickets. Not game like yards candid. I'm i'm denying them going there. That's still in that situation. It's like no please saab. Yep you just ali's please please so but and this is a little bit of a complex subject today. So i'm gonna. I'm going to do my best. Not an economist should probably say that off the top but it is what we're talking about is a website in a theory called what the fuck happened in one thousand nine hundred seventy one all right all right. It's hopefully the bad brain. Fog is gone and we'll be getting this because it is a very like important and interesting subject matter encourage everybody to go to what the fuck happened in nineteen seventy-one dot com after listening this to see all this for yourself cool so we'll get into it before we do that. We wanna talk about being roman ready though chief gotta be. What does that mean to you to me. It means you know this is. This is the summer of love right. People are getting back out having a great time. Runaround mutant people dating new people and even if you've just been in a relationship for a while you might be having a little bit more fun and you be roman ready and you don't want to be in that situation where it's it's go time and your your your general your guy. Your penis just doesn't work okay. So there's roman ready is is an e. d. medication that you poppy ticket an hour later. You're to.

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"quenneville" Discussed on Ruby on Rails Podcast

Ruby on Rails Podcast

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"quenneville" Discussed on Ruby on Rails Podcast

"The future of the elm community I think it's very niche language. I think it's still trying to find. Its place in the front and ecosystem particularly one that's dominated by flavors of java script but we're also seeing a lot of interest on the front end for things like better types better security around code. The gets run just more guarantees and looking for what computers can do for us to make our lives easier. And so i think there's also a lot of interest in the type of project. How can listeners. Follow you so they can follow me on twitter too well. Ken j. l. q in and they can read my work on the blog. The link is too long to just say out that. I'm sure you can include it in the show notes absolutely any upcoming blog posts that we can t solicitors boo mentioned in the bio that. I'm really interested about the projects that i sit at the fuzzy boundary of really practical problems to solve and then zooming out a little bit at to see if there is bigger patterns and if there are like almost like a piece of code philosophy that can apply. And i've been digging into very recently different patterns we can use to better structure conditional code trying to see are there some useful techniques and patterns that we can use that can help us write code. That is easier to read easier to change particularly win structuring conditionals and i think right now am is motivating example is going to be multi step form or a wizard because those are highly branching and in my experience especially in rails tend to end up tangled conditional messes so playing in that area and seeing if i can pull a blog post or two out of that path will. I cannot wait to read it. Thank you so much for coming on the show and for sharing all of your thoughts. Well thanks for having me on. You've been listening to the ruby on rails. Podcast follow us on apple podcast. Google play or wherever fine. Podcasts are downloaded to stay in the loop on ruby on rails and open source software. While you're at it please leave us a review and thank you for listening..

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"quenneville" Discussed on Ruby on Rails Podcast

Ruby on Rails Podcast

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"quenneville" Discussed on Ruby on Rails Podcast

"That is the beauty of using a dependency injection here is that it does allow you to slop the drivers out if you need to interview usable fashion. You can also wrap them with a decorator if you need some special behavior. So maybe you want to say. I have a law driver but it needs to also handle some cashing for some of my clients but not in others so i could possibly decorate my driver with cashing layer on top of that. That only makes the requests under certain circumstances. So it seems like you're pretty committed to this pattern. Have you taught other thought developers on your team to approach it with this pattern with clients or is this something that you tend to do aside projects. I've definitely done this on client projects but tends to arise naturally if you are test driving just because it helps a lot of the pain out of testing different pieces of the integration but sometimes it also comes out of just conversations around the structure of an object. So maybe we start with just one integration object that deals with everything if it starts getting to the point where has to handle multiple requests. Maybe we start having questions around single responsibility. Or maybe we're starting to make a change to something where we realize. Oh we weren't handling aloft. Refresh tokens now. That involves making a change in a bunch of different methods and starts feeling like the shotgun surgery code smell until that might start a conversation about how we avoid this in the future and then that might move towards the pattern. I discussed that makes sense. So if you're doing this client driver process. Does that mean if you are going to be. Implementing third party integration. Do you avoid gems out there and integrating that into the code base in order to interact with that integration or do these actually para together if there is a gym. It's often very nice to use it but as you mentioned. Oftentimes there isn't one or if there is it's abandoned and so i've found that for a lot of the work that i've done. I've needed to do something entirely custom. Let's move onto testing. Because i definitely have a lot of opinions about whose responsibility is to test. Third party integration. Solvay curious to hear your take. So what is your approach on. Testing integration code fly like to test drive a lot of the code that i write will write the tests first and then write implementation to satisfy those tests and that's part of what i think pushed the structure that i mentioned earlier because it makes them of those tests easier to do. I think there's a really important step in test driven development. Which is if you feel pain in your tests. That should push you to maybe reevaluate the way you're structuring things or at least rethink your approach rather than just pushing through it and including that step can really help drive the design of things trying to understand once you have reached a pain point and say okay. What am i trying to say. Then this other lenses you can use to look at the problem to try to understand so one of the might be saying through the lens of some of these. Object oriented design or solid principles. Another one might be looking at it from a functional perspective. And say is the pain that i'm feeling because i'm mixing pure functions and side effects is. There's something that. I should separate out here so i found that collecting a few different mental models. And then when. I'm faced with a problem trying to look at it from these different perspectives. Give me a really rich standing point to then try to come to the best solution. This episode of the ruby on rails. 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Self-funding means that they only answer to you the developer rather than a venture capital overlord. Thanks to honey badger for supporting the show. So would you prefer to mock and stub or record your test. Suites http interactions. Oh probably depends the layer that i'm working at in unit tests. I would prefer to mock and stub an integration test level. If i'm doing something that's really end to end. Sometimes it's nice to record something like vcr. And then sometimes i will actually build like a little fake service that runs in parallel and responds to requests. I think both of those are valid approaches. That's really great that you are willing to flex because most developers that i've interacted with feel very strongly about one or the other and i love that you are willing to really integrate all three approaches in order to get a solid test suite. I'm curious what your sort of go to approaches in this kind of situation so at my last role we were in a very intense soap to rest transition which shout out to my team for my last job. They just finished. That transition took about four years. Which sounds crazy but it was the very heart and soul of that application and it had to be done very slowly and so it was not a very stable. Api to integrate and we became very dependent on vcr cassette tapes because they would often break the api and so we were relying on the fact that by dumping those cassettes and re recording we would catch errors on their side which tends to not be the situation for most third party integrations they tend to be stable and you. Can you have the ability to mock and stub now my current role. They're very against vcr. And so we mock and stub everything. So i love your advice on. How do you mock and stub. You know as you're just getting into a code base in. you're getting familiar with an integration. I try to rely as much as possible in unit tests on test doubles rather than stubbing other objects to return canned responses. This is because it allows me to rely on a more public interface for both of them. And it's a argument that's passed in as opposed to typically if i'm stubbing another object. It's because i've heard coated that inside of the system under test it's also harder to write a tautological test for self-referential test. That's always true when you're using festivals. So i don't entirely avoid stubbing their cases where you need it but for the majority of the code that i try to write i try to use. Testable is my go-to first technique to use when trying to test a piece in isolation. that's fantastic. I'm so glad that you came on the show to share s. Because i really do think third party. Integrations are such key important aspect of a lot of developers lives. And it's just something that we need to talk about more. And i love that. You have this unique mental model around all of it so joel as i ask all of my guests. What are your thoughts on the future of the ruby and ruby on rails communities think there's a vibrant future ahead of us. Rails is still an amazing tool for building back in projects. There's a lot that you can do with. It allows you to hit the ground running really fast. It's still my go-to approach for many projects. So yeah i'm a fan. I'm gonna ask a bonus question then. What are your thoughts on.

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"quenneville" Discussed on Ruby on Rails Podcast

Ruby on Rails Podcast

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"quenneville" Discussed on Ruby on Rails Podcast

"On the boost team. How would you approach it. There's a few different ways the one could think about building a third party integration. One might be from almost like an object oriented design perspective. Will you sit down and think okay. I'm going to need an object that does this and object. Does that likely some kind of value objects for the return value something to handle the request. You could go for a kind of a curious test driven development approach where you start by just writing tests for the behavior that you want and let the implementation sort of arise out of those tests and then one that i've found that it's been really interesting recently since i've put a lot of time into the functional programming world is bringing some of the mental models from that world to bear on the problem of building party. Epa's that's interesting. Have you tried bringing in the dry suite of gems to do that or you doing this entirely by hand. I'm doing this entirely by hand. And there may be a little bit higher level concepts than what's part of the dry suite of gems. 'cause i'm thinking about things like being aware of what our side effects and what are pure behavior objects. I guess we could call them and keeping them separated. Yeah let's define those real quick so to you. What is a pure function so pure function is one where it's all input and output. So the only things that affect what this function will do are the arguments you pass in and the only things you need to inspect to know the function did something is the return value when these are the kinds of functions. That are just really easy test because when you read a unit test you just say i give it this input. I expect this output as opposed to a function or method or object where you give some input but then it makes a network request or writes to the file system or something like that. Those are a lot trickier to test and they typically require some kind of stubbing or something like that which can be a lot more painful. That makes sense. This episode of the podcast is brought to you by scout. Apm scotty pm is leading edge. She application performance monitoring designed to help rail developers quickly find and fix performance issues without having to deal with the headache or over head of enterprise platform teacher vote developer centric. Ui and tracing logic that ties bottlenecks source code. You've quickly pinpoint resolved performance issues like an plus one queries slow database queries memory blowed in more scouts real time alerting weekly digest emails. Let you rest easy. Knowing that scouts on watch and resolving performance issues before your customers ever received them scout has also launched its new air monitoring feature add on for review applications. Now you can connect your era reporting an application monitoring data one platform. See for yourself. Why developers worldwide call scout their best friend and try their air monitoring and apm free for fourteen days no credit card required and as an added bonus for rabin rows listeners. Scout will donate five dollars the open source project of your choice when you deploy learn more at scout. Aps dot com slash ruby on rails. Thanks as always scout for their continued support. I think pure functions was a big selling point for our community around elixir. Correct yes yes. Elixir is a functional language and then on the other hand what is a side effect. So i think a fight effect is pretty broad term. They could probably refer to anything that is not a pure function so if you are writing to the file system or making a network request that the side effect similarly if you're pulling information as an input that is not from your arguments maybe you're reading an environment variable things like that. Those are not pure functions. Either that would be considered a side effect so as you're approaching writing this integration code. How do you break it out. Within your coat base so a designed particularly lake is splitting the core of the integration into two pieces apart that i like to call the client which is an object that manages all of the business logic around the different types of requests. One might make to api. So maybe we want to fetch a particular kind of data we wanna fetch a different type of data and then it might need to then coordinate to transform the responses in two value objects or things like that this object does not make any network requests itself which makes it really easy to test. Because i can just say when i call the get users method on it it gives me back a list of these user objects than behaves nicely. Then i have a separate object that encapsulates all of the actual network code. I typically call this driver. And i will then inject that into the client object so in tests i can inject a double into the client that pretends to be the driver. So i don't have to make any actual network requests and then in the unit tests for the driver itself. Then you have to mock the networker do some stubbing or something like that. All of those are isolated in one place. Now that makes sense. So if i am now cloning down a repository that you have worked on joel and i want to take a look at these client and driver objects. Where would i find them within. The tree did probably depends on not super consistent about that simpler project. I'm might just put them under app models but they also very likely go under a lib directory likely under a folder namespace for the particular third party service that i'm integrating with when you first explain. What a driver was i was like. Oh this could be a service object but the more that you talked about it it seems to be almost the opposite of what we have. Come to expect from service objects. Would you agree. Yes yes i think. The goal of the driver is to take all of the network related code and kind of coalesce at all in one place she might imagine. If you're making requests to api that is secured with law and making a request might involve first getting a refresh token or using that refresh token to get a new aloft token so there might be two or three requests that happen under the hood. Even those of logically in your mind you're saying get the users and all of that is hidden in the driver. Object rather than being sort of scattered and repeated throughout the client object. Which i think is maybe the way a lot of people initially start with an integration. It seems pretty straightforward if you had one integration within your code base you would have one client and one driver. I'm curious let's say you were building out. A social media platform that had many different integrations. How would the structure of the client and driver differ. Pie would probably have a client driver. Pair for each integration unless there were were very strong. Similarities between the protocols that are used between different integrations. So maybe we find out that the way that pretty much all off applications work at the driver level is more or less the same. Maybe it makes sense to say we have an off driver. We have a basic off driver. We have something like that and then those can be reused. And.

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"quenneville" Discussed on Ruby on Rails Podcast

Ruby on Rails Podcast

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"quenneville" Discussed on Ruby on Rails Podcast

"Podcast episode three seventy eight and on. Your co hosts britney martin. Show ken ville is a consulting developer with thought bought. His primary languages are ruby and l. a. Statically type functional compile the javascript language beyond just coding. They highly value mentoring and investing in others. This can take multiple forms from one on one pairing to running a small group workshop to writing articles in the thought pop blog top. It said particularly interest. Joel live on the fuzzy boundary between solving practical problems and stepping back to see broader patterns. Welcome to the rubio rows podcast. Joel thanks for having me on. It's great to have you show. What is your developer origin story. So i i got into technology almost by accident. I was running a small business as a wedding photographer and needed a website and had one of those like template builder package. Things got from costco of all places and needed to make some modifications stumbled across an html tutorial that explain the very very basics at i opened notepad type in a few lines of html thought actually show up on a page. Say hello world. And i was hooked. That's an incredible story now. If you were a wedding photographer in today's era how do you think your origin story would change. I think it probably would have had to know about the web and build it as part of the business probably much earlier. I think a lot of things like social media are now such an important aspect that you need to have things that look good on instagram. And so jet. Probably dip my toe in the technology world. Sooner that makes sense we'll stop out is very well known in our space for consulting. I'm curious have you always done consulting work or have you been at a product company before i was briefly at a product company. That was doing some ed tech work. But i i joined thought bought a long time ago as an apprentice so i was pretty early on in my career and have been there for almost nine years now. That is absolutely incredible. I love to hear those stories where people join as an apprentice and just work their way up. So i am curious as i noted i have been a pass thought client before at my last role at a huge fan of the bike sheds spoiler alert to next week's episode thought changed their internal structure to ignite liftoff boost emission control. So i'm really curious joel. Which team did you land on. I'm on the boost team. The team that focuses on larger projects where developers and viner's embed alongside other teams so generally not the projects where we will just build something from scratch for someone but the ones where they were coming alongside an existing team to help solve a particularly tricky problem. Or just add a little bit of extra manpower or even in more of a sort of teaching and mentoring role. If there's a particular technology that team is looking to level up on testing the common one that we do things like that. What's the kind of projects that you enjoy. The most you know. Is there a certain clients that you enjoy working with. Is there a certain projects problems. What is a project that you get really excited about. I enjoy variety but as mentioned in the bio earlier i really value investing in other people helping other people level up and so projects where we can come alongside and neither do something. That's more of a formal teaching or just embed alongside a team and say. Hey it's a more junior team. They're looking to have more senior people to help level them up and we're just gonna work on a project together. Paired up those are really meaningful engagements for me. We mentioned in your bio that your primary languages are ruby an elm. Do you often get to use almond these consulting projects. It depends it kind of comes and goes because these are larger projects. I do maybe three or four projects in a year and so depending on the year. Sometimes i might get one or two projects. And sometimes i get none. That makes sense but the reason i brought you onto the show. Is you know as you mentioned in the bio you write some really amazing content for the thought bop blog and i've currently been thinking over a description for a back end developer opening on our team and someone raised the question that they need to be able to write third party integrations and see to me as a rails developer. I think there's no escaping that. What do you think most projects do. End up needing to integrate something third party. That can be as simple as saying well. We need striped to handle payments or. It could be some kind of third party. Api a partner. Something like that. I totally agree with you. And i think the variety of how challenging that can be totally depends on the partner so when you see a requirement of just add this third party. Api what are the common questions that just kind of run through your head like what's the first thing that you want to look at. Probably if there's any kind of documentation around the cpi if they're a well-known company that has maybe public documentation. That's a good sign. But i've done integrations. Where if some sort of private deal that. The negotiated between two companies and all. We have our word. Docs that embed snippets of code or links to spreadsheets. And those have been pretty miserable to integrate fun thing that always kind of breaks my heart as i always check ruby gems to see if there's a gym for that integration. And you get really excited. You see jam and you're like oh this is great. This is all going to just work perfectly. And that gem was last updated in twenty ten. That is definitely sad. It is sad and the reason. I brought you under. The show is kind of discuss different mental model and approaching these integrations cincinnati or so frequently requested. So let's say that you've been given a particularly gnarly new integration to add into an existing application which makes sense because you are.

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"quenneville" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"quenneville" Discussed on The Film Vault

"Every single time. I went in with high over talk about this guy. Set the table and the green knight commission. David larry starring death patel. Wait for it. The titular no. He's always might be. He may be by the time everything said and done. Oh i got that wrong. Alicia the candor. Sean harris joel edgerton. In berry kim ogan keegan keegan. I believe it's you like barricading. Quite a bit barricading of a sacred ninety percent iran tomatoes however Fifty two percent amongst the audience. I'm spreads is only ninety percent. I would think it'd be like ninety eight ninety nine dollars now critics movie in my opinion not talk to see. I tweeted something on the line. Someone asked me like why is the audience score still low. Here's vic i liked. It does a good movie. this is not a summer. Movie is being advertised as nights in this point. A lot of can disappoint a lotta people and oftentimes when you get an accurate. Marketing campaign happens of oftentimes. They're trying to promote a movie. Something that it's not. You're going to get disappointed audience. It's it's not crowd-pleasing in any way you'll alluded to david lowery making movies like that. It's slow somebody say deliberate. It's a long it's metaphorical let's atmospheric it's moody and it's also very dark. Was your theater. I on leader. That i'm not. The first person said that it was fine for me. I didn't have any problems with the darkness of that. Maybe those observing like they used a lot of natural light and for definitely and that in the final times. This is like land le candles last couple of episodes game throwing very very hard time seeing it at home on my own. Tv but No i didn't have hard time. Seen what was going on. But i did i. It wasn't too dark. It wasn't distractedly dark at any point. I never had a hard time. Seeing what else was very couldn't tell us going so this is an age-old tale right. It's like In the poll that is the king. Arthur franchise garwin is the lead character. Played by and it all kind of starts and ends there for me to an extent because while dev did his best. I didn't really care for the character much. Like i didn't really care for lawrence of arabia. And you got care for lawrence. I think to really enjoy that lawrence of arabia guard. It's going or going it's garwin. It sounded like doorway. W but i heard it pronounce numerous times in the movie as garwin. Maybe i misheard it. Numerous times but i rhyme with darwin which i thought was kind of interesting. Because there's a lot of you know it could be a parable for How humans treat Mother here's how uncrowded pleasing is. Larry is so again. There's that were dogmatically attached to making his movies his way like they don't even name king arthur quenneville. They don't end the roundtable middle name. Anything it's given is it now headed making a move for a mass audience. This is not right. Then you're to do those things they're going to say. Okay mar familiar with this story. This particular story overall arc of king. Arthur i'm wondering like who's the green knight like. I thought like you before. I saw the movie. I didn't make the mistake after. I realize all well and good that the green knight was not dev. Patel's character he is m- point. In fact garwin go. Well we win if you like say and agree night. Is this grandpa's what i'm referring to any looks like A group character buddies like an older wiser grew. Yeah so he's like grew graham. He says more things in the same way. Any kind of shows up on christmas day as it were and he's like hey who wants to do a little battle with me and of course Garwin are star lead. As i'll do some battle and then he takes the king arthur's sword which he was thrilled irving's but we got to feel joy that he had in his heart. When you held excalibur for the fruit or led to believe. I guess is the first time he's ever held it. Sure we should also say sore close to the king because apparently like nepotism going on there. Yeah it says oncle He's allowed to sit in the round roundtable there and grandpa's in the middle of the arena. Saying hey wants to shut me down kind of like kind of takes the giving tree vibe right okay. This take take what you need is a bit of a twisted. Take on it but sure and He's like garwin. We'll come on on fight. That's what the audience wants and is like no. You're not going to get it. There's going to be a beheading here without any kind of action. Which i i'm like. Cool cut to the literally. And then the chase is on The group grandpa rides his horse holding his head and cackling. And i'm like really. You went to all these to make it like an artistic. Take on this and then you have going as he cackles down the cobblestone bizarre it because it was so on the knows it was so evil. You don't even see in marvel movies. They don't even have that the abbas nights and princesses in kings and sound like god. Goddamn santa writing down the cobblestones last. It did not work. It was bizarre. So then i thought the garwin was taken off because he because all i should say the Grandpa says hey. I'll be back in a year to collect my come up and it's like i think this is like a tit for tat situation that the old green here So the green light is the grits. Grandpa by the way that it's not clear so garland's like oh shit. What am i gonna myself into. I i think the what they're going after was accused a young man. He had a lot to prove and he. He saw an opportunity to prove it right. He took it even though there wasn't any kind of a young impetuous man. Because there's even a lot of disapproving looks you know from the king the queen and whatever what he does the beheading bright. I probably shouldn't have done that so the eye so he realizes he's going to get us. Come up and send a year. It was clouded muddy. A mall hard to tell what was happening there right. Another another yes. Another example of this is not a crowd-pleasing movie very unclear..

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"quenneville" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"quenneville" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"Especially a guy like alex weinberg. The amazing thing is from two thousand seventeen to twenty twenty and then obviously got bought out by the end of that run. He's scored fifteen goals in one hundred ninety games combined last year. He scored seventeen goals in just fifty six games. He shot twenty point seven percent as you said he played four hundred plus minutes with jonathan gruber toe which i'm sure helped offense at totals quite a bit the closest comp by by don's model is twenty eleven twelve billion in his first year with the buffalo sabres. Talk under. what's what's what's remember it. As a great contract that lived up to all the hype and certainly provide value for for his team. That one's wild. I think the schwartz love his game while the player. No no. i'm not trying to slight is game. I don't think he's a five happily dollar me for five for five years. He's a twenty nine year old. Who's missed extended periods of time for the past six years and whose shot rates have been cratering progressively over the past three years and his by one of the close cons is louie erickson when he signed. Hiscox the alleged. I just struggling to to come to terms of the rationality because we just we praise them for understandably passing on bad contracts that other teams had signed and they just use that puts ability to go ahead and sign their own bad contracts. A weak leader. Is i mean you know will use the same waivers test. I mean if these three contracts were available to seattle in the expansion draft would we have sat down last week and said that they should've taken them. I think probably not group hours like a one liner octave out and yell would've had argument about money and goaltending at it could have been interesting. But i mean you know james schwartz. You know like you said like he fits this team like he is exactly the kind of like low event. Defensive minded layer that they need and they don't have any twix like i'd like considering this year amount of cast based they had if they're big move today was just we're gonna sign jane schwartz risk around others rosser. We're going to keep your identity going. That would've been one thing but again like this seemed kind of setup to be either a we're gonna go through the go for the big dogs and if we don't get the big dogs number basically gonna do arizona's doing like we're gonna you know maybe get some captains that actually improve our team like arizona did with gossip bear and stroman. We're going to pick up a eggs on the process and we're gonna lose respectively and maybe we ended up in the laundry. Maybe we compete for playoff spot. But we're not gonna have sacrificed any potential assets cap space for that and then they kind of carved out this middle ground which i feel like limits their options in both directions and probably cements them as potential ninety five point team next year. That right side is going to be competing with the more dysfunctional teams in the division. But i i really don't see how this team is with the additions made you know as i don't think they're going to be competing or his data cup exterior. Everyone seems to be agreement that the coaches are basically having the summer that seattle should have had ideally right. Like they like the coyotes. I think basically spent twenty two million dollars in terms of future salary and they bought the ninth overall. Pick obviously those complicated because oil's contract. Connor garland in there as well but five seconds. One third one seven. And it's not even like they took on these albatross contracts because pretty much all of that cap. Money is coming off the books after this one year. Except for i guess. One more year andrew ladd and one more year of gaza's bear who could conceivably become a positive asset at that point and instead they're basically left watching over the past week as players. They could have taken for free and flipped to other destinations. Gopher legitimate assets in akitas zadora of going third brennan dough and going to seconds and jake being going for a second draft instead they either just punt it by taking gavin beyreuther in john quenneville and and i think the washington just the wild example to me. I understand that. They probably didn't think that they were going to get philip group hours. So that's why they took advantage check. And then their plans got changed but optically for them to take that a check and then send them back to washington for a second while they could have just taken dylan and flipped him. Beg for two seconds is like just a classic example of not on either not understanding the market or not doing due diligence or just playing your hand i. It's one of those for sure that's disappointing. Yeah i mean the thing. That's wild is a they're now spending expansion team spending nine and a half million dollars uncle tending Nobody should do that. Just shouldn't a unless unless it's a situation where you have a carey price in your like will he's attending a half million dollar goal and we also have to have the student million dollar backup because katie price can't play a full season. Or you know. I kinda get that. Obviously i would Worn cautioned against that But the other thing is like they had what a How long have they had their full or almost their full front office together like a year. Plus right so for them to go yet no idea it will fill a group our and like completely changed course a week after the franchise started. What do you believe as as an organization and and you know to your to your point earlier about arizona. I just see it. It's official now. darcy countered colorado for connor ten minutes and eight first round. Pick and a third round. Pick you know. Obviously seattle's not in the may to trade a trade or now for nothing but like You know if they if they keep band. If it's advantage group our than you know. Like i i just they. They won't put this. They gave up their position of power so easily. You know like the the the power to be like. Oh we can take any player from any team. Almost you know Atwell and they were like. We're not actually gonna do that but we could've and boy wasn't that a scary week or two for you guys. Yeah i just intellectual ages. it's it's bugging me so much. I i wanna know so badly. What happened over the past week or leading up to the expansion draft and and how they played out this way but it. Can't i refuse to believe that this was like they're sitting right now and like yeah. We nail the past week. It went exactly according to plan nothing ever does. Of course there's thirty two teams now a changes your kind of subject to the whims of of other gm's but it's you're right like the gruyere thing kind of came out of nowhere right like they weren't even link to him heading into the day and then all of a sudden it's like ooh watch over seattle here in the know seattle's getting close group our and then they clearly giving him the sixth year helped quite a bit and we i think all three of us like robot like like goalie but it. Just it's kind of you have to lump it in with the bigger picture of sort of how they came came around to getting all these players and what they value why they went throughout the. Did ya the other thing to say again. I'm talking too much. i apologize But you know. I think back to. When ron francis was running the hurricanes what was the what was the problem. All those teams have a cam ward. They don't doesn't seem like they have cam ward situation for now. Two years from now they very could and be.

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"quenneville" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"quenneville" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Oh obama might be listening but it was something we always thought about in the past but now it's just like now you're just like obama's listening. I'm definitely do this joke. Because what is he going to do this. He has to sit there and live room and take it and michelle sitting. I can't do anything about it very but no it's like it's desert beauty being on showtime you have a higher platform and just more people listening to you and narrow down and we'll do a joke like the celebrity or someone we did the joke about. They'll come up like that. Joke was hilarious. Detrick solares and that's part of the growth of the platform. Because it's just like knowing that you're doing jokes and the you're going to have to one day come across people you making jokes about you have to do these jokes where your chest you out to see him confidently because the worst thing you want to do is have someone come up. Run up on you lay your wide. You say this and you gonna be all. Oh i didn't mean that You know what. I'm saying like we've had that had in the past now and says we've dealt with that. We're not ever going to have that happen again so now. Most people are good sports about most people. You get a text message like oh you cooked me. All you roasted me on that and people understand is comedy and at the end of day is just jokes and that's a good feeling these and mirrow thank you so much for talking with us. It's really been a pleasure. Thank you for having us. Thank you these. Mirrow host. The showtime comedy series. These mirrow spoke. With terry gross fisher we can just produced by teresa madden shares. Executive producer is danny miller. Our technical director is audrey. Bentham our engineer. This week is adam. Stanishev skiing are interviews and reviews are produced an edited by amy salad. Phyllis myers roberta shorrock. Sam brigger lauren. quenneville heidi soman and maria. Maldonado they challenor. Seth kelly kayla lattimore. And joel wolfram. Our associate producer of digital media. Is molly seavy. Nesper for terry gross. I'm david this message comes from. Npr sponsor virgo. The family reunion will be extra special this summer. So checkout virgo to find a private whole vacation home with something for everyone. Download the verb app. That time for getting back together is now..

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"quenneville" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:11 min | 2 years ago

"quenneville" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Know if you saw this Did. Former Blackhawks head coach Joel Quenneville and his wife sold her five bedroom New England style mansion in Hinsdale on Friday for 4.27 million, and he also followed up saying because somebody said, Hey, after you retire We're gonna end up and he said we loved Hinsdale. We love the people. Kids grew up there. We We would not count that out returning here. It was, uh there's a picture of the house. You could just go with that. You're going to have you back in the organization. What an awesome house. Oh, yeah, of course. God, uh, I want my wife would freeze the TP. After the Stanley Cup. My wife was the director of guidance of his deal Central for a long time. 16 years. And so she got to meet. A lot of everyone survives. You say here I met this soccer coach. The fire soccer coach at one time his kids were going to his L Central and then accuse kids were going to Hinsdale Central. It's a high rent district there. Yeah, Thea the original. I mean, you know, it used to be Comiskey Park in the South side. You could see where Charles Comiskey House was. His house. You can see it as you go through Hinsdale. So very, very nice homes in the Hinsdale area, and yeah, but it's very, very nice. And from what I understand the house was 4.7. Someone said his yearly tax bill was $78,000. Seems on the low side. I don't know. I don't know that. I mean, look, it's shocking to all of us when you have a house worth 4.5 million Khanna seems like I'm probably right. You're probably right in the high rent district of Hinsdale percentage is much bigger than that. It seems property has an outdoor pool, stone patio covered and heated outdoor living room. That's right. Hold it covered in heated outdoor living room with a fireplace, grill, refrigerator and TV. That's the way to do it all. My lord, That's very, very nice. Primary bedroom has a large walk in closet. No marble bath, Lower level town to rec room, a wet bar wine cellar in a private guest bedroom suite. How did we miss this? Why did he miss this? If I would have known, right, You know if I would have hit that power baller, Mega millions I could've been made it offer for they have another shot. We all do. We all have another shot Tuesday and Wednesday. Yeah. Once 850 million the other members 70. Perhaps you don't have to run down Indiana by right there on the app. So one of the It was interesting to me yesterday when they before the game before the Blackhawks game. They went to the announcers. Pat Foley was doing the game. Okay. It was not at the old check yesterday. Conrad. Yes, Steve Conrad was doing the game. What? They also another head still resident. If I'm not mistaken, he was at least I think that maybe a rule you play for the black guys. You must live in Hinsdale. They showed them. Yeah, And they're doing all of the road games that the old check mention this when he was out with Captain Jay Hood last week. They're going they'll do all the home games from the United Center. They're also doing the road games from the United Center. They're not traveling. And they were in the 200 section because there's no fans being allowed there. The 200 section they've set him up so you could see the court the Bulls court behind because the Bulls play the Rockets later on tonight, one of the MLK days the NBA with nine games today, I think it is in connection to this year for the switch over. Yes, a lot of these relaxes for that switch, so they have to worry too much. You have that down have their ground. They're really good. By a pit crew. When I was in high school, I was seeing a girl and we would go to the Bulls game in the afternoon. We'd go out to eat that. Come back to Cicero. We grab something to eat and then go back at night for the Blackhawks game. So we didn't didn't happen often. But catching the doubleheader was a ruse. A really that cool thing back then, But so you saw the court back there and It was interesting, and they're calling all the games. It's not easy calling a game from a TV, especially in hockey, and last year was trial by fire last season, and they were in little rooms. Now they have a mount in the seats, right? I think they actually had Foley was actually at home, and I think old check was in the truck. They had. They had a TV truck at the United Center and that he was there and Pat they had him set up at home. They were seamless. Last year when they got there they were now recently or which football game was it when Roma Roma was at home home? They were interrupting each other and and you know what we do? We interrupt each other all the time. Well, and there have been times where we have been remote. You know, in the past year where it's not easy, I'm you're sitting in a room by yourself. You have no eye contact. There's no interaction, so it's pretty tough but fully and old check. I mean, they really had a town. You could not tell they do a great job. And so the Blackhawks will play Florida again in Florida tomorrow. I can't decide if this is good or bad. I mean, this is necessary to win the games from well, No, no, no. The schedule. Yeah, the schedule where your two and two and two and two Um, you know, it's early. Obviously, it's necessary. It's smart way to do it. You can't do a bubble situation really. But I guess it will be good. I'm just looking at from the point of view of being a fan of a team that is not able to put anything together. It's just getting worse and worse and worse. It's early and they will get better and hopefully when we see our rivals because one I'm not looking forward to right now, as a team stands has seen ST Louis in ST Louis twice in a row. I think financially is a big reason why I like you've heard it was a Gary Bettman said. We're going to lose money by playing this year on. I don't know if that's the case with some of the other leagues like the MBA, because their revenues so much higher. We're seeing that in college basketball out of these smaller conferences because there are financial constraints. They play the home and now homing homes, but they double up right, So you get to home games and you're on the road for two games, and it's like a Friday, Saturday or Saturday Sunday are traveling. But really, because if you're doing two and two, where is the bigger conferences and then the bigger leagues? They're not doing that because they have the financial flexibility to do that right now. So I'm wondering if that's also playing a role in it to the other thing that the schedule is doing and it happened the other day, and I can't remember which two teams but these two teams had some bad blood. There were some fights in the third period. They played a day or two later. Now that carried the ruins and devils. I think you might be right Roman generals and it is a fight started right. Drop the puck right away. Real hockey fans. That's the best of it. Yes, right now being a hockey fan and see what's happening. The struggles again. It's early that is going to be tough. You see, somebody beat you twice and you know, depending on what happens tomorrow, it may be too narrow. What's tough, is playing the first three games of the season looking and having no points. Zero points. Yeah, yeah, that's not good. The Bulls On the other hand, they blew a 22 point lead on Friday night. But yesterday they had a nice lead. They did not blow it. This time. We'll talk some bulls basketball. You want to jump on 3123323776? We got some baseball at 11 o'clock. Robert Flores from the MLB network. He'll join us. We'll talk about some of the rules. We'll talk about the White Sox..

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"quenneville" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Happened 20 minutes prior. By the way you handle 866 consecutive games played so He has just been introduced yet on the ice surface in Florida were picking everything up off the TV monitor. Folks so way hope you'll bear with us on this, So it looks like you handle is in the starting lineup. Big question coming into this game. One other guy that Troy wanted to mention. I don't know how much you and Chris had an opportunity to talk about this, but Benny Hinn. Ist Rosa from out in Bartlett, Local kid went to Notre Dame play for the Blackhawks for a couple seasons. Vinnie now back with his old coach, Joel Quenneville, and I'm sure he's excited about that. Is he in the lineup? I don't know. I don't have him penciled in Again because we're not down in Florida. We don't have a chance to go to the morning skates. We don't get a chance to really talk with the other broadcasters or the media. That's around the Florida Panthers on a regular basis, didn't see him penciled into the starting Um Four groups, so we'll see what happens with Vinny. Honest Rosa. Great guy. A lot of speed. We know all about him played last year in Arizona was signed as a free agent. Well, you conceive any whenever he was on the ice for the Blackhawks, especially tonight, the United Center. You can really see the separation Speedy could generate. Weather, closing on an opponent or taking the puck and skating away from one so we'll find out if any, is gonna be a part of the mix in just a little while, but the teams are on the ice surface. And yes, there are people. In the building in Florida so well, we'll see how the crowd reacts to things that happened during.

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