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"richard cable" Discussed on .NET Rocks!
"Net rocks. This is carl franklin. And this is richard cable and boy. It's been a while since we recorded a show. It's been a few weeks you gonna give you time off. We do a bunch of shows all at once and you get a couple of weeks off. They do a bunch more. I like it. it's march first right now. I mean right now as you're listening to this but as we recording it's march first than night saw. The crocus is coming up poking on today. Saying he here i am here i am. Don't worry life is coming back. life is coming back. Yeah it is pretty pretty rough winter. No two ways about it is pretty cool. This is going to be a great show but before we get the guests and stuff and before better no framework. I have a little announcement to make. I have put out. What i think is going to be a very popular. Get repo. it's called blazer sliders and there's a new package for it as well. It's just what you think but sliders is sort of you think like a slider that goes back and forth. But i'm talking about. I think about a hamburger. But that's especially blazer sliders right. I mean something. I want to order at chili's or burger king sunday but anyway yeah so so. It's multiple panels horizontal and vertical split panels. Right so you have a sprayer in the middle and you can grab the splitter and move it left and right to the panels in the whole thing re sizes when you re size the browser you can make it. Take up the whole screen. It's blazer it's good you can estim- right now. You can only nest a horizontal inside a vertical. But i'm working on multiple nesting. I basically got it working. And now i put it out there. Good yeah now. i'm refactoring it and making it actually more efficient and less verbose and all. Now you get the me notes from people of course our whole product around your library and it's your fault there's and it's only been a couple of days and thirty download. Some not all the eric about it. Give them a couple more weeks to really get the hate on for you right. So here's my advice. If you're using one point zero point one that's gonna change. So but but the good news is that properties are being taken away not add so the you won't need to do so much manual set up it'll automatically discover who the children are and who the parents are in. It'll automatically figure out how to size itself right now. I do i have. I would require a little bit of setup in the parameters but that's going away so anyway enjoy blazers flyers works on s- a server and blazer wasim and Yeah but that's not my better framework. Oh okay will you better play the music then be yeah you better go now. You know you do it. No you fine..
"richard cable" Discussed on .NET Rocks!
"And we're back dot iraq's i'm richard cable. That's carl franklin. Heo and hilton. Giesen know who's Talking little bit about what we can do in for extensions and i mean we could spend a do a whole show on box but there's other things too right. Yeah absolutely amsoil. Well yes and okay so let me sort of run you through the different types of the main extensively points. I guess that the inching spoken about tabs and butts already but few others that are that are quite useful to understand. There's a concept of of where books teams as well both incoming and outgoing so in a particular channel. I can configure whip and incoming way book. The basically. Just unique url. And then. i can send a message to that to that channel from anything anything that can make a simple whip a post so that becomes an extensive ability point. There's also include connectors which kind of takes similar route to that route route depending on how you say but there's also something missy extension for example so these are things that are pretty well known in the demos where it can be topping a message to somebody and and instead of just giving them a link to the page and wikipedia i can. I can insert a little snippet from wikipedia into the message. all the financial shia codes. And all of those demos shoot. Many people have seen those a capabilities of inserting a richer version of the message. For example is something called a A message extension and they're actually three tops those there's the command bar in the top teams where we can put commands in so we can based invoke commands team's wide using that and then we can insert actions into the actual individual messages. So that's another form of extensive ability all three of those full full for whatever reason role cool message extension on it in fact to make it even worse the ones in the bottom whereas talking with the wiki pedia. The actual texting input box. Because that's where you compose the message. Mrs extensions used to be cool to compose. i think it was composed extensions in the in the manifest files and so when they still even though you building a message extension for some reason to put it in the sinkhole the composed extension of gets a little confusing. But it's not too bad but it but it can be confusing. now interesting enough. Those composed extensions message extensions and the outgoing books actually all pretty much at slightly differently but pretty much all of those actually take before butts behind the seat so butts of for more relevant than they have seen it fails. Yeah absolutely. So you serve your. Let's say bullying a compose extension for example it will. It will live inside of your but in point alright. So there's always there whether using the natural language interface pieces or not this is that's exactly is really a template are their templates north winds for teams. That's a great question. I hadn't thought about in that way. That takes me back like a real history. Show engineers g of microsoft. Yes i mean. That's that's obviously a great a great question and there are tremendous starting points. It's it's certainly with calling out some of those. I mean we're talking about but framework freeze only if you had to give up rock framework communist. That's microsoft starting point. The only confusing thing in the team space. I think in terms of understanding the framework is that this is the generic but framework. That will the general framework from microsoft. So this is the same tool that Abusing to bolus lacked for example which is great on the end. But if all you're building is something for teams in a can be a little confusing some of the samples necessarily relevant to what you're but certainly in terms of getting getting some understanding on. That's a that's a great place to start The teams if you focusing on teams. I'll give you a link to the long to read out with his a great place to To start in terms of general teams development the maximum dog so often testing can give a great story of the kind of capabilities that have spoken and obviously a whole bunch of other important but some pieces will and then just shooting in in the team space. There's a there's a tremendous pens and practices library. That's bullying up of of team specific samples the but framework team themselves have a huge sample library. What the cool about oldest samples all of those by the way or will pretty much older. Those are in Multiple languages so anything in the but framework you'd be finding in a dot net node python and java. One of those is your language of choice. Also that's a great place to get stone. Speaks to kind of lying language agnostic. You can you can do it the way you wanna do it absolutely absolutely getting back to the ship. On days of you know you'd have to deploy this thing on the silver has to be And by the way every time you deploy up to app you need to do. A full is recent of the entire foam. So yes no. We've we've come a long way and this might be out of left field but is there anything in teams that allows you to do the kind of Composite video stuff like if you want to share your screen but you have a webcam right and you wanna put your webcam in the corner of your screen while you're sharing it. Does it have any of those kind of cool features so there are some cool things. One of the one of the very interesting capabilities just released was the ability to control the presenter mode. If you're presenting powerpoint directly through teams so you can you can basically have a presenter mode which would have had with. The native capability could always just shave screening and control that yourself to monitors and whatnot so the is some capability. But it's nowhere near what you'd get with a lack of an obvious but bear in mind teams simply services. Whatever you tell it so if you if you really want that kind of control you can simply create an obvious mitchell camel in that way. I'm not super familiar with with that stack but the understanding is you. Could you could basically do that in something. Like the obvious studio teams. Share that as as you'll content. Yeah i figured that's what it was. I'm looking through the eat. We've really been talking on the bought side of development this also the whole office side of development for microsoft teams like these a ton of bought samples. But there's also like messaging extensions in different web hooks..
"richard cable" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast
"More than I did indeed inherit giles. Giles was a I think. Originally an intern there Although he would probably deny that but he was certainly a junior accounts executive but very ambitious and and certainly trying to make his mark early on and I distinctly remember him going off to Atlanta for the Olympic Games there on behalf of the on behalf of dust and doing a doing a typical Morgan job claiming credit for for all the great successes whilst the rest of the team were. Were back sweating away. No Jolson Nice. It wasn't quite Steve. Martin was that right deep. Steve was running. The whole body does account. Then EP think in those days I need us was we were billing. Probably A MILLION. A year in the united us in good years just belong clients in a utterly extraordinary. I mean my agency is only modestly bigger than that now. It's extraordinary to think most how you didn't so that was sort of what we just. P R I D. That's Predator would have been at that time we just before I arrived so I came in on the back of the huge success of the launch evaldas pregnant and that was an amazing calling card for the sports division for us to be able to go and present those credentials to insult twelve year. Mostly at that point. He was scary for me because obviously he was a bit of a bit of a guru that in the if you like in the consumer PR sports world. And I'd come in from sponsorship agencies so notice respect to Stephen his team I detected a degree of surprise and modest animosity towards me that I'd come in from outside the PR industry to take over sports division. When I think he felt and others felt perhaps he should have been running that division. Just saying how long did did he hanging around him? That was then went to the to catch him. He then he then left. I think he went in house to Ati for a while and then moved onto the back into the agency weld and the rest of his stellar career. Is there for all to see? And it's brilliant to say it. Because he he. He's a charismatic. Bright Creative Guy who I think. He's worked incredibly hard for the success. He's got your car lovely gesture. So let's let's just just jump get to the next bit which on linked in which is obviously my main source of research. It goes from your noten into J. J. T. I remember but there is. That feels like it sort of masking a few moves that true yeah. I think it's deliberate. But it's just that I've never really got my My head run linked him promptly but yes from Hidden Alton. I had rather strange period at bell. Pottinger where Timbo Lord Bell that was Wanted someone to come in and take over a sports marketing company that he had bought Michael Humphreys and partners so I was brought in to to work as managing director and try and turn it around into a really big profitable sports marketing sports. Pr Agency which was harder than much harder than anyone Realize it was going to be an an. I didn't enjoy. It was a tough time. The good thing about it was a hit a Knowlton. I work on. The Is See Crisis Management Salt Lake City. I also worked on the Athens Olympic bid and at Bell Pottinger through Lord Bells Connection to Rupert Murdoch We were asked by the Chinese government to help them out with the Beijing. Two Thousand Eight Olympic bid so actually my Olympic credentials began to grow further and having worked onto successful bids and crisis management. I I left Bell Pottenger. Pretty much. You know enamored with what the Olympic well could bring in. That's partly how we got into where we all now. So the bidding only interested in bidding thing is that it's all world to itself but what's it like being in those rooms with with because let should we. Should we use the London two thousand twelve campaign as Liang's to get into this a lot? People were no lost. You're on the Paris side and you had mightly in Vero on the on the London side and that was so that framed of it. That was a bit of Charlie. Sale was very fond of that sort of you know he was very keenum writing those sorts of stories. They were yeah. I mean to be fair as a Brit obviously I left bell passenger freelance in around two thousand two and at that time two thousand to two thousand and three the London. Twenty twelve paid was really coming together. Craig Redial SA- Craig. Reedie was really getting things going with a number of other key stakeholders government and son Richard Cable and and so it was definitely moving towards a formal bid and I was really keen to pick them up as a client. I remember once having lunch with Craig. Reedie Debbie Jevans and a Daily Telegraph Olympic correspondent. Iain Macleod the Stingier Club Craig's Club. And he he said I want u-3 working on London bit while one of them made. It was Debbie and the other two. Didn't I when Barbara Cassani was appointed? I went to her and Craig introduce me to her and she told me. I'd have to wait at least a year until the communications director have been appointed in to pitch to him because he wasn't her choice to to hire me as as a consultant. So I am. I didn't wait I waited I would've been having to me. I would have had to gone to might leave for application to be a consultant. I didn't know Mike very well at that time anyway. He was UEFA but I just couldn't wait. I needed that. Olympic bidding work and pirates. Were only too happy to take A Brit onto to help them and what was the what was it like. Yeah Gay just going back to that that. What's the job really when you when you boil it down the job of a bid committee or of people like me people are well? We're I and now. Jt We're a bit of a hybrid because we offer clients communications consultancy so traditional public relations as sort of whatever it's B. Two B. B. Business to consumer but we also offer international relations. And we're probably the first agency that has set up with a dedicated international relations practice. That is the advice and guidance to help cons influence people want to one all through some people. Call it through lobbying in effect. We like the Public Affairs of Sports. So we have this sort of public relations adamant and a public offense element to to what we do. And we try and create an integrated strategy to influence stakeholders in the Olympic worlds to move in the direction our clients want and if it's a bid city that's moving them towards a vote to moving them towards voting for one city ahead of another all one person campaigning for office over another person campaigning. For an office. So there's plenty of work in the world because it is immensely political and what other sorts of incentives levers that you realistically can pull because we got those. Two things populations in public affairs. One feels like building fame. Your inner the media is constituency the public affairs. It's the other way as your your one to one. It's one to one conversations knowing how to handle those conversations who to have those conversations with how to how to influence them in the right way. The public relations side is what we call the mood music. If the move music and a great restaurant is is good. You don't really notice. It just adds to the positive ambulance but you sure do not if there isn't any or if it's poor Obama and so getting public relations right will never win you votes but it will help in the general mood music of of the more direct campaigning. What was the music than running into the Singapore run into that London Paris decision? Well the Paris had not run a communications campaign today. Despite our best advice that they had a way of doing things. There was a lot of self belief that they were in good shape. They had just come off the back of an Olympic day a month before going to Singapore a month or so before going to Singapore where they close the whole And gave us sort of a common try out? Every Olympic sport opportunity for the Public. They had up to a million people on day and it went all the way from the art. The trump to plastic concord. I'm beyond and was an extraordinary site front page of the Financial Times. Have US run that event. I think it was an extraordinary sites. And it was on BBC World. It was CNN front page of Financial Times. It really was a a great way to go into Singapore. Think they were confident. I think they were super confident that they were in good shape but reality was they hadn't done the work on the public aside they they did not put in the miles in the Hawk graph to win the votes That would necessary and London absolutely nailed it on the those going the extra mile to win those votes and the whole way they handled that. Singapore campaign probably resulted in a swing of up to six seven members which was more than enough for them to win off of a what size constituency in all one hundred fifteen in those things around that so it was. It was an way you mean you told with Mike. Lee does not starting not starting there now that that happened much earlier locking horns might so when might became the COMMS director of London and I was sort of quietly behind the scenes Working out of the pirates office people like Charlie Sale. They absolutely love the fact that there were these two Charleena say to titans were at war with each other now. He loved it and Listen to this. I should do impressions so Charlie loved the fight that they were to Brits and for him that became much more fascinating story and other is always followed a bit of Charlie's lead on that but the the the advantage for me was new journalists So People Adrian Warner were coming through and Mountain Ziegler and People like Erskine McCullough. They you know the old. Afp Olympic journalists. The you know these people have had known for a long time so it wasn't as if you know Mike had an easy ride and he knew I was able to brief them comfortably in reasonably easily overbearing. And so it becomes a bit a bit of a battle over the winning hearts and minds of British media sort of shaped certainly on the media side at that point the perception of What the beating world is. I never quite sure how is always painted. Lucky quiet rooms and we made people sort of being arm wrestled all being charmed. What was it like what what? How do you go about trying to change? Someone's mind about well. I think to be fair. It is very different now compared to say the Beijing biddle. The Athens bathing. Things have moved on But it is still the autism persuasive communications whether it's influencing in through what they read and hear about in the media.
"richard cable" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"The fastest clothing in the world tour, the home of sampling with character. Right. And what we'd raffling turned nineteen as they partnered with e f location, I and Kenyans ram today, we are in bed owner. Say. She says she say, say. That she. We'd always Donyell we're in Verona city of love. Yes, we go. I think it was head us Verona funds behind this has Vernon when the two major closer vet. Oh, not the other one being Richard. Cable. Well, the we were played in there with some, some noise som atmosphere from the arena, the softer Lynn, where I sat all after noon. I sleep baking in the heat Julian Assange, surrounded by Quitorio, Innis me, see. Could say marooned in no no to this wasn't mentioned the were hundreds, if not thousands of Ecuadorians in their INA? I sat with them, and it was a tremendous heartless fear, and it was very emotional. There were people around me shaking crying, you know, the build up to carapace rich akara pas, leaving star star to his time trial was really charged. And then when he finished. An amazing atmosphere. And I think for the first time in was being a quite a kind of lukewarm Jiro hasn't really caught fire. I fell real sense of men for counterparts to become the first equa Ecuadorian to win a grand tour. And just what his kind of standing status will not be in Ecuador. Well, I'm rich it's a country, which has a population of seventeen million people. But as far as sport is concerned, isn't half the same glorious history of some of the South American nation's and highpoint was probably Andrey undersco underscores victory in the French Open in singles title way when singles title in nineteen ninety. They go to the courts fine of the football World Cup and they lost to England. Didn't they we signed the lost World Cup of the previous one and, but that was seen as a pretty high water Mark, in terms of Ecuadorian sporting history. And we heard earlier in well, our coverage there isn't although there are few Ecuadorian cyclist. I three in this geo. There isn't really a, a scene inadequate or writers have to go to Columbia to kind of develop. One thing I've been till this, this huge rivalry between Ecuador and Colombia. And yet it was very notable today. The Colombian writers McGowan Lopez in particular when he appeared in the arena, and he got huge cheer from the Ecuadorian. So that was that was interesting. And it was a I mean worth praising the Geeta organizers for tremendous commercial piece finish to the race here. Yeah. Not the first time the racist finished in the arena in Verona last time is in two thousand and ten. And it works ESP today, there was not an awful lot to play for car pass the overall classification, pretty much sewn up. Most of the places will pretty much sewn up apart from Mikhailova, who is in third overnight, but was in third. Yes, he wasn't. But it was almost a formality that he was gonna lose out to pre most rogue Lynch buys wall happened. So it could have been an anti-climax put for those who were here. I didn't feel like one of tool did it well in this episode our final episode from the GPO, although we will have a press commerce so later in the week, and we are going to hear from a low of writers with their best and worst moments from the Jerusalem. Some really. I mean, let's say it for war buses all I can say is fantastic story from Larry war. Bus from this Chiro stage today was won by Chad Haga the American writer on team son whip night if he'd listened to our two zero on frady, which was called Nossa. Ars focused on the teams have won a stage, the jeeter on his sports rights mart reef that say that Haga was really targeting this, this time trial. And that he was very optimistic. He did say that he thought five was, you know, the target. So I think his performance exceeded expectations poodle. Victocrat nour's. He was in the seat went Haga came in and four seconds sore..