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New Jersey governor: If you think coronavirus is "just the flu," you're "wrong"

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New Jersey governor: If you think coronavirus is "just the flu," you're "wrong"

"And we've been listening to governor Phil Murphy's latest briefing he noted two hundred thirty one new deaths in New Jersey in the last day for a total of four thousand seventy and the governor called that a number that takes your breath away among the latest victims you mentioned some more public servants Edison fire department captain Richard Campbell in Union City detective Alex repair toe the governor we also heard trying to dispel some myths urging people not to compare this corona virus to the flu saying it is far more deadly more contagious and not as preventable with no vaccine that it is much easier for those infected to infect others it's in a totally different category as he put it he also noted there are now seventy drive through or walk through testing sites up and running in New Jersey and

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"richard campbell" Discussed on Hanselminutes

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11:07 min | 1 year ago

"richard campbell" Discussed on Hanselminutes

"Reason the internet doesn't work for them. They haven't done their chores. And because I've always had multiple redundant interconnections, right? I had, you know, symmetrical tell at a t one early on. And then when DSL I came out, ahead DSL. So this particular moment, there are three different internet connections coming into the house. They are. Yeah. Okay. And they are well, well, 'cause one of them is an inbound fixed IP, because I'm still running servers at home, 'cause I'm insane. Okay. This is like a business thing. I there's a business internet. Is that FOX internet? Yes. And then there's that I have ever connection it's specifically for outbound traffic and then I have a backup connection that allows me to transfer load over, if we have problems over, we lose connection anything like that. Really they and is that an automatic transfer you have to pull the wire. It's all automated. So I have a fairly sophisticated multi router and a bunch rules in place. And, you know, I'm actually network guy. So the internet does not go down at your house. Only one time the internet went down to my house news when he truck back into the poll in front of my house, and knocked it over. That is when the daughters came downstairs. We did. We do something wrong. Like no. Why is 'cause the internet doesn't work like have you seen the big truck. Well, I don't have three internet. Can I don't think anyone has three hundred nobody to know what he should, it's, it's a silly thing, and it's significantly complicates my life. What about like a backup power generator? Yeah. I need to do that. The Jenny's great is. So it's own set of complex, but, you know, going back to the dot net about the built this house around the dot com. Boom and I was spending a lot of time in labs building websites for folks at the Microsoft labs in places like Palo Alto and things like that. So I basically built a lab here that's owned rack mount with the power backup and redundant internet connection. So we could literally benchmark and test all that stuff from my lab, and I could charge you for it. But less than what it would cost to go to say, Microsoft lab, and then once we were comfortable. We could spec the whole rig out in order directly to the data center, so. Right, right. Well there when you long computers for this, which was weird. There are people who, who are doing infrastructure work who believe that you should have those things at the house, like I made a, a little raspberry pi array. Yep. Of Kuban Eddie's array. But, like just Frizzell has a like a basically she said that she said on, on Twitter that con Ed the power company in New York came to her house, because she was pulling normal, an unreasonable amount of power. Right. And they like knocked on the door and she's like, oh, I'm just running servers in here, you know, and it's all like hot and steamy because she's got like a rack in her apartment put air conditioning in for, but it's totally deli. I did get rated grow up, one because because of Mike power consumption later found out, it was consuming, a lot of power it that it consumed too much power at night, which is sort of thing that grow lights do and nice. That's what they sort of caught onto his grow lights caused a lot of power consumption, when you would not normally have our option, so. Yeah, actually had the city and police and fire all show up at one, you know, and just sort of invited them in so they take a look through the place and then the city guy said you know, you can get a work permit you can get a license. Basically says you're running a lab here. We'll. Stop author, you like I like the two hundred dollar a year. I'm not a grow up license. Well, I know that just has a like a lot of power that she's running her own server array at home. I know. Kelly summers has like scale array, if you use your data at her place, there should be some kind of a check box, you should be able to, like, call your local utility company them know that I am not growing here. I am in fact. City licensed model just says, I'm running a lab here. It seems to work. I'm surprised that the crops, don't buy them. I'm running a lab here. That's basically, what that's what my license says, is that I I run a research lab. All right. Well, so I had files for many years fiber to the house, which sounds exciting grace by fiber optic pronounce. Right. Well, just until the last year, it was it was twenty megabits, and then it was thirty five I was thirty five thirty five for a very long time, which I realize is very privileged. But certainly, it's not the state of the art by any means. You know, I'm not in a rural area, and then I finally decided to just pay the money for like fifty bucks for one hundred megabit up down, and it was very happy with that for very long time. And then over the last couple of weeks, it's just gone up and down and up and down losing IP addresses. And I think that the Owen t the optical network translator transfer thing that starts with t. Yeah, I don't know the t. Go is going out and there's a problem. So I'm like very frustrated like this is this is important needs to not fall over. No, no. You kinda you kinda live off your internet connection like it's not as minor thing. I mean I work from home, and it's super frustrating. So Scott hunter who is the king of pushing me into things that I don't want to do, and then making me realize it was a good idea after the fact. So Scott hunter says to go and get Comcast out when he says, get Comcast he says, is on. Ironically, you should use Finnity that seems like a bad idea like everyone. Right there. The giant internet service company that sort of the, the worst. Yeah. Well, so it turns out, it's been a joy, I called, I called the fires people and said, can you get me files, can you fix it? They said, sure, we'll send it, we'll send a tech out in eight to nine days and I was like, what I don't have internet. I don't have any. Now, I've been tethering my phone to the house in the phone was getting hot, you know, like. What we're sipping through a straw here and not like a straw. But like one of those little coffee stirrers straws. It's not really meant to be a strong, and, you know, the, the family, can't do their homework and the wife's upset and Netflix doesn't work. So things are becoming a problem. So I called Comcast and two I have been sleeping on what's been happening in the world of the internet. Do you know you can buy a standard router now called docks? Dachshunds doctors, the specification for cable modems when did this happen. Like you used to have to rent it from them. Yeah. There are there party ones, but you're saying, that's like you saying, this potentially laissez faire. Casual attitude casual guy. You are as Canadian right? I didn't know this was thing. You can just buy one and own it, and have full control of your network entirely except for the wire. So that was amazing. I wouldn't bought this gigabit network bridge. I guess it's not really a router. I wrote I brought a I got a modem, which is a bridge. I didn't I want to manage my own HCP. Right. I got this modem a gigabit motive and they said they would have a person out the next day because they're selling you something new. Right. But I was just like they just jumped new internet, you rush over to the house, then they said, well, we don't have any cable anywhere near your house. No, I would that. What does that mean like no one ever pulled, the, the coaxial cable to your house, and I said, well, where is it? Well, it's on the corner, and they said, we can have person come and dig. Whole under your on your under your house and under the sidewalk to make a pipe and push the co ax to you in. We'll have that in a couple of weeks, so that's not any go. So then I I'm kinda sweet talked to kid and I was like, hey, Gino, can you help me out here? So he ends up pulling two hundred meters of co ax and laying it across the front yard is lying on the ground. It's just lying on the ground outside my house right now. It's temporary. Shoves it in a hole in the side of the house. We take it all the way into the, the server room, which is the closet, under the state right and plug it in. But once he got once he once he accepted the fact that there was going to be two hundred meter wire like sitting across the sidewalk breaking some kind of rules. I'm sure there's a dozen like zoning rules that have been broken at this point I plugged it in like gigabit. I literally ten xed my internet for the same price. I pay the exact same. And I went to a gigabit now instead of a house. Megabits glorious and suddenly, you're network. Speeds are going to matter, right. Well, so now I've just hit another limitation, which is my my, my wifi router. Oh, what do you use it for why? Well, I'm using an amplify AM L. I F on which I love and for wireless. It's perfect, it's like the perfect balance between a consumer product in a pro Sumer product. I think it's just a brilliant router. It's a mesh network at full coverage all over the house, as I recall their tractive units to they're. They're gorgeous. They're looking. Let's look it looks like the tesseract. Right. It looks like I mean, it's just a very lovely little kind of opaque white cube. Just looking scrumptious. And what it does is, it's fine on WI fi because wife, I, of course, can't do gigabit, but I've got cat six cable pulled throughout the house. And I've got gigabit Ethernet on all my things it just can't handle sustain gigabit. It gets kinda warm and I've got eleven devices on gigabit. So once I start doing anything major, plus, I bought a, a modem, that is a multi multi homed intellect. Let you do link aggregation across multiple gig rice, so in some theoretical future, Comcast will call me and say, we can do four gigabits now or it can do up to four gig. Right. So it'll max out for individual cables, and bring it into the house, and then I could link Gatien 'cause my desktop has two gigabit connectors with link. Aggregation. So you get the idea that this is going. This is going to hurt my little router. I'm thinking it may be time to go from amplify to this ubiquity. Yeah. Ubiquity seems to be the way aides, gigabit, Ethernet all over. But also, they're using some of the new five gigahertz protocols that, are, you know, gigabit speed? So, yeah, the unify and thinking is the thing in the frustration. I have. And that again, by realized that this is a, a wonderful glorious problem to have. So I recognize my luck and privilege in this to, to have outgrown a high end, you know, high end rather. I mean it's immediate high end router is like a two hundred dollar, but still, I've outgrown it. And now I'm looking at this unify, but I guess, Troy hunt has one of these in likes very Troy Troy did a great blow serious walk posts because he's got a fairly sprawling house. And you know, meshing is important. You trying to carry create a unified WI fi space. Yeah, but it's really my only struggle with the unifies, and I do like them a lot. What is it the on premise UI system uses Java? So it's like I have to contaminate a machine that do management or you use their cloud product, which has a fee attached to it..

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"richard campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

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02:00 min | 2 years ago

"richard campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"That's Richard Campbell. And that is Tricia us talking about reading other people's code and well, some of the pitfalls that you can find yourself in when you're doing that in presenting problems in other. People's code. What about code reviews? Like Vic, sort of conscious effort to have more than one pair of eyes on giving piece coat? It is. It is. It is one of the problematic areas because on the one hand, a lot of people find them to very valuable. But on the other hand, they are like, I called them before they are power structures in power structures can be used to oppress end. You will often see you had studied that was done by good have boy. They were looking at pool, requested acceptance, pull requests, and what they found was women were more likely to get their pool. Requests accepted then men as long as nobody knew there were women. But if I if I pick it up, put down here, we've -able it is that their style of approaching Opole request, how they're explaining what they're doing, what they're contribution look like is very effective. The code is good how they're doing it. Everything is good as long as nobody knows. They're women, they are really, really successful. The moment they know that some that people know they are women. They are struggling uphill. Wow. Yeah. And that is something that we have to recognize that these power structures have we make, they are actually oppressing parts of our community in there in your and they're actually in the head. There's nothing to do with quality work. This is the definitive description of prejudice prejudgment often people don't do this consciously. This is something that you do subconsciously. It is interesting to think in terms of how often you do see a gender, neutral identity, a hub account that it's just like that has no Jen. Under it's an avatar and name. It doesn't really imply gender and then this way to do it if you want..

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"richard campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

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02:27 min | 2 years ago

"richard campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"This is Richard Campbell, and we're trying out a new system for recording our podcast today. We'll talk about that on the next show. It's actually successful, but how you doing Richard? Hi, I'm well, sir. You know, we just saw on the news today, the big event because of black bear. We've seen on the streets of auto on which is the capital city back east, and they literally rolled out the fire department and the police in it was tranquilized a transport off of. Oh, I had a mom in two cubs on my stare yesterday. Yeah, and they just went on their way. You know, it's not. I mean, granted, I have a video clip of it because you know, they live one the little bear stood up at his legs. I'm up people people. I can be. But it's very funny, you know, we live with bears all the time. You just not that excited about it and but apparently was a big deal in Ottawa. Well, that's cool though. I like I mean, it's not cool that the bears are sort of being forced out of their habitat and coming into cities and stuff. But you know, it's kind of sad, but it's neat to see them. Well, I mean, we're in a situation here where the bears are so populous. They're doing so well that they're packed to close together, like it's it's a problem because they are living well with us. Okay. But they do very well food wise. The news always too much garbage around. It is an interesting challenge, but we have deer and turkeys back here. That's our wildlife, you know, and you know how much play dear can be. They really are. Yeah, they are plague. Yeah, I don't know if I ever told you the story about my mother, but she feeds them corn property out enough. I've told the story on the show, but my mother basically has been. Corn feeding wild deer and turkeys, you know, fifty pound bags of corn. You know nominally those are no longer wild that that's true. And I know in Maine, it's not illegal to feed the wildlife. It's a legal to stop feeding them. We don't. It's true. We don't have laws like that in Connecticut, but maybe we should. I don't know, but I don't know that the sort of puts me on the hook to continue feeding them for the rest of my life. But anyway, can you imagine, you know? So this has been going on for twenty years. So there are generations of wild turkeys that have been eating corn every day. They must be delicious. Jia no kidding. Adding..

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01:56 min | 2 years ago

"richard campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"All right and we're back we're geeking out richard campbell is talking about life on other planets and what we've learned you still play that game you know i haven't actually fired up curb lately i've just been busy you know there's so much going on i don't have time to play much anything but it is one of my favorites than it's fun to remind yourself bit about orbital mechanics midly koerbel simplifies them but it's good enough now as kerbala something that's predictable like if you do the math will it just work or do you actually can you actually you know crash things and go off into space and you know it'd be lost forever i you as is one of the challenges playing koerbel is to get yourself enough velocity to leave the koerbel system entirely but yeah it's scott profit or residents periods it's orbital mechanics are quite good and they're very predictable that you can literally no the optimal times to fly between koerbel and eve which is the equivalent of venus they're consistent you can actually figure them out it's pretty cool i want to jump back to galileo because after they did the slingshot around venus to head towards bitter they also did a slingshot around earth so earns the gravitational body to and they wanted out additional boost before it slung itself out to jupiter and carl sagan himself proposed an additional mission for galileo on its way to jupiter as it did its fly by birth oh yeah to turn the camera around was just a camera was all the sensors would he wanted to try and prove was that there was life on earth yeah because if we have the set of sensors that they weren't intending to go looking for life on jupiter that was not the mission they were studying the magnetic fields of jupiter but they had these instruments that said given these instruments what can you measure on earth with the sensors that we give you an indication of life.

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"richard campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

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01:56 min | 2 years ago

"richard campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"All right and we're back we're geeking out richard campbell is talking about life on other planets and what we've learned you still play that game you know i haven't actually fired up curb lately i've just been busy you know there's so much going on i don't have time to play much anything but it is one of my favorites than it's fun to remind yourself bit about orbital mechanics midly koerbel simplifies them but it's good enough now as kerbala something that's predictable like if you do the math will it just work or do you actually can you actually you know crash things and go off into space and you know it'd be lost forever i you as is one of the challenges playing koerbel is to get yourself enough velocity to leave the koerbel system entirely but yeah it's scott profit or residents periods it's orbital mechanics are quite good and they're very predictable that you can literally no the optimal times to fly between koerbel and eve which is the equivalent of venus they're consistent you can actually figure them out it's pretty cool i want to jump back to galileo because after they did the slingshot around venus to head towards bitter they also did a slingshot around earth so earns the gravitational body to and they wanted out additional boost before it slung itself out to jupiter and carl sagan himself proposed an additional mission for galileo on its way to jupiter as it did its fly by birth oh yeah to turn the camera around was just a camera was all the sensors would he wanted to try and prove was that there was life on earth yeah because if we have the set of sensors that they weren't intending to go looking for life on jupiter that was not the mission they were studying the magnetic fields of jupiter but they had these instruments that said given these instruments what can you measure on earth with the sensors that we give you an indication of life.

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"richard campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

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01:48 min | 2 years ago

"richard campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Support for dot net rocks is brought to you by conversational ui from progress teller in kendo ui conversational you i are chat but framework agnostic user interface controls and components that enable dot net and java scrip developers to create modern conversational chat but experiences in their web mobile and desktop applications the industry's first package set of user interface components built specifically for chat bots are available as part of teller espy net ajax sp nbc as peanut core windfarms wpf zaman products in kendall ui for j query angular view react php and jsp libraries by implementing key you i design features such as calendars date pickers list views and others that are included in the tool sets developers will be able to improve chat bot conversation through visual elements for more information visit teller dot com slash conversational dash you i and we're back with matthew robinson carl franklin richard campbell's here you're listening to dot net rocks aaron we're talking about 'em fracture and visual studio for the mac and the wonderfulness that it is when you're developing zaman i gotta think the the big thing about working visuals studio for the mac is your irs experience that you know you are on a machine that can do that push for ios directly you're not making extra jump my experience has been pretty good running it on a mac with running windows in boot camp and with parallels or something like that it's been pretty good however my android experience is always best when i use a phone directly connected to it rather than an emulator.

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"richard campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

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01:48 min | 2 years ago

"richard campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Support for dot net rocks is brought to you by conversational ui from progress teller in kendo ui conversational you i are chat but framework agnostic user interface controls and components that enable dot net and java scrip developers to create modern conversational chat but experiences in their web mobile and desktop applications the industry's first package set of user interface components built specifically for chat bots are available as part of teller espy net ajax sp nbc as peanut core windfarms wpf zaman products in kendall ui for j query angular view react php and jsp libraries by implementing key you i design features such as calendars date pickers list views and others that are included in the tool sets developers will be able to improve chat bot conversation through visual elements for more information visit teller dot com slash conversational dash you i and we're back with matthew robinson carl franklin richard campbell's here you're listening to dot net rocks aaron we're talking about 'em fracture and visual studio for the mac and the wonderfulness that it is when you're developing zaman i gotta think the the big thing about working visuals studio for the mac is your irs experience that you know you are on a machine that can do that push for ios directly you're not making extra jump my experience has been pretty good running it on a mac with running windows in boot camp and with parallels or something like that it's been pretty good however my android experience is always best when i use a phone directly connected to it rather than an emulator.

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"richard campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

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01:59 min | 2 years ago

"richard campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"End they're also giving away three teller dev craft ui licenses in for dot net rocks listeners they'll also be giving away a teller dev craft ui license every week all you have to do is register at build contest dot plop dot me that's build contest dot p w o p dot m e progress offers the leading platform for developing and deploying mission critical business applications the creator of the award winning teller dot net and kendall you ui java script user interface components and controls reporting solutions and productivity tools progress offers all the tools developers need to build high performance modern apps with outstanding you i go now to build contest dot pope dot me and sign up to win and we're back it's dot net rocks carl franklin richard campbell and we're here with our friend steve smith who's talking about clean architecture so you're saying about your three projects that's right so so in the core project you've got all your business logic the the most important thing to remember about this core project is nothing else it doesn't depend on anything else if you can help it so it depends on you know the framework donna framework dunakor but it doesn't depend on sequel server or the networking stack or your file system or any type of external infrastructure type stuff that all goes in another project which i call infrastructure so the infrastructure project is the second project in the solution it depends on the core project inside the infrastructure project you're gonna put all your implementations of anything that needs to talk to outside resources like databases and web services and file systems and these these classes that you're gonna write will implement interfaces that are defining core.

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"richard campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

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01:59 min | 2 years ago

"richard campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"End they're also giving away three teller dev craft ui licenses in for dot net rocks listeners they'll also be giving away a teller dev craft ui license every week all you have to do is register at build contest dot plop dot me that's build contest dot p w o p dot m e progress offers the leading platform for developing and deploying mission critical business applications the creator of the award winning teller dot net and kendall you ui java script user interface components and controls reporting solutions and productivity tools progress offers all the tools developers need to build high performance modern apps with outstanding you i go now to build contest dot pope dot me and sign up to win and we're back it's dot net rocks carl franklin richard campbell and we're here with our friend steve smith who's talking about clean architecture so you're saying about your three projects that's right so so in the core project you've got all your business logic the the most important thing to remember about this core project is nothing else it doesn't depend on anything else if you can help it so it depends on you know the framework donna framework dunakor but it doesn't depend on sequel server or the networking stack or your file system or any type of external infrastructure type stuff that all goes in another project which i call infrastructure so the infrastructure project is the second project in the solution it depends on the core project inside the infrastructure project you're gonna put all your implementations of anything that needs to talk to outside resources like databases and web services and file systems and these these classes that you're gonna write will implement interfaces that are defining core.

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"richard campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

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01:47 min | 2 years ago

"richard campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Welcome back to dot net rocks this is carl franklin and this is richard campbell and we're coming to you from our studio spaces respectively i'm in the east coast he's on the west yeah i'm in the usa you're in canada let's call the whole thing off well what's interesting of course is we get a little studio ron and then march were all over the place again right we're going to be off to the mvp semedo really plenty of recording and he shows we've got all the show shop through that and then dev intersection down in orlando which should be fun and intersection is going to be off the hook you guys are putting together a killer show with some interesting microsoft content right including i am doing history dot net that's so cool to do it on stage for everybody very good exciting well let's roll the music for better no framework what do you got this came from app fee next josh pollard oh yeah it's called pwa builder and it's preview pwa builder dotcom or of course this is you know fifteen twenty seven so fifteen twenty seven up dot me it takes data from your site and uses that to generate cross platform progressive web apps wow you generate a manifest you make a service worker and you publish your pwa basically turns your website into progressive web out interesting so build up your website get it to a certain point and then run it through this and it'll show you the bits is a cool way to learn and they have a web interface cli interface it's very very cool interesting stuff.

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01:47 min | 2 years ago

"richard campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Welcome back to dot net rocks this is carl franklin and this is richard campbell and we're coming to you from our studio spaces respectively i'm in the east coast he's on the west yeah i'm in the usa you're in canada let's call the whole thing off well what's interesting of course is we get a little studio ron and then march were all over the place again right we're going to be off to the mvp semedo really plenty of recording and he shows we've got all the show shop through that and then dev intersection down in orlando which should be fun and intersection is going to be off the hook you guys are putting together a killer show with some interesting microsoft content right including i am doing history dot net that's so cool to do it on stage for everybody very good exciting well let's roll the music for better no framework what do you got this came from app fee next josh pollard oh yeah it's called pwa builder and it's preview pwa builder dotcom or of course this is you know fifteen twenty seven so fifteen twenty seven up dot me it takes data from your site and uses that to generate cross platform progressive web apps wow you generate a manifest you make a service worker and you publish your pwa basically turns your website into progressive web out interesting so build up your website get it to a certain point and then run it through this and it'll show you the bits is a cool way to learn and they have a web interface cli interface it's very very cool interesting stuff.

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"richard campbell" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"richard campbell" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"So are ya caught the fugitive last night on the iran 'cause somalia tweeted out the fugitives on leg literally right as it started i happen to catch it i know so i i responded to you every time or both only if only you've got mail was on by the way i got so many responses from people being like you know you've got males not on on demand somewhere mike fugitive night i got to be in the right frame of mind watch you've got mad we picked it up susan i picked it up because we you know we were we were sunday night's a homeland night although no show in my mind has jumped the shark like coal mine i'm so patented memphis on ever get an home uh the first season of whole game on it believable and then the next couple are are good too great i don't know what the hell is happened to the show it is on i want i don't wanna go down that worm hole but it's one of those things that were were still were still hanging on you lose shows your hang on where hang it on course uh you're invest leap picked it up uh right at the point of of uh richard campbell shot looking for a his new a new apartment in chicago okay so ride around like minute forty forty five in the basement of the russian and nato and then we're just like you know look at each other m like that and we just look at like okay that were just were just gonna watch at the end of this i got into a train crash and watched it till the end did not see the twitter th stuff that he did though until this morning and suicide to me one point she goes with we've seen this movie about one hundred times yet and we are watching this to the end like we've never seen an because it's it's true in one a rate it's great tommy lee jones won the oscar he did he did and nobody plays an innocent man.

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02:31 min | 2 years ago

"richard campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Com all right we're back it's dot net rocks i'm carl franklin he's richard campbell charles would is with us talking about getting a job he's got a complete program on how to find a job in software development and it sounds like it starts with find company that well of course it's got to start with be awesome you can't be awesome but find a company that you wanna work with and just approach them yeah i mean that's that's really what it comes down to i have a worksheet that i put people through and essentially they it's okay what are you looking for for in this job so newer folks it's generally things like mentorship or i wanna learn this particular technology i wanna learn this particular process you know these aspects of agile development these aspects of project management etcetera etcetera i wanna make a difference in this field you know maybe they have some connection to medical or you know banking or something right and so they you know they wanna go work for a company does that what kind of people do you want to work for what kind of a boss do you wanna have you know we we work through all of that stuff and then you know what questions to ask when you start looking at these companies and so then you you know and i don't tell people okay just go doggedly after the one company right it's go go look around see if he can find some companies that look like they should be what you want another one's geography a remote you know if is is it close to you close to where you want to have or is it remote but yeah do they fit enough of these criteria for me to dig deeper on them and then you dig deeper you meet the people you start asking them these questions and you just get noticed that way and then yeah you just approach him one of my favorite approaches you guys talked about just calling up but one of my favorite approaches is you print off your resume and you go into their office building if they're local walk into the lobby and usually they have a receptionist there you have to know the name of the manager you wanna talk to but you say hey look i'm a developer i'd really like to work here i understand you might have a job opening and locked it like to talk to john doe in such such department and hand in my resume and just see what he's looking for you know along with the resume charles does it make sense to print up something that's specific to that company in terms of showing that you understand what they do and how you would fit into it yeah that's called a cover letter and absolutely absolutely the other thing is is that a lot of times on your resume you're listening particular skills or experience you have a lot of times it's hard to put in there i mean you.

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"richard campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"richard campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"I o s eleven point two left beta and went public and finally finally they fix the calculator which had been broken since i was eleven launched how broken let's try one plus two plus three plus four plus five plus six shall we and when you play video the answer turns out to be 75 that's don't right there yeah so he said for those who can or don't wish to watch a video according to the calculator oneplus tuplice riposte porpoise by pacific's is 75 i entered values in quickly but not superspeed the underlying cause nears anyone's bay able to tells a combination of input lagging display update so rapidly typing one plus two plus three loses one of the plusses and becomes one plus 23 oh my goodness oepc's shipped yes his ship death that is a daily wto isn't it this shipped on the latest version of ios that his extraordinary well they finally fixed it on the latest version but it had two minor revisions before they fix that lau that is awesome there you go to stomach it's something out this is actually does though this was out in the uae the by a company with a couple of dollars yep a couple of dollars so i thought it was funny i thought i'd share it with our listeners enjoy that who's talking to us today richard campbell grabbed a comment on the show 1500 on renew this but we've done 1500 releasing apparently we have and we have and we did the history of dot net which i talked about a bit before i was great seemed fairly well received don't you think i thought it was awesome yeah one of the most two responded to tweets i think i've ever put out and i got a ton of great comments about as in filter very interested in this particular common comes from keith williams who says as a trained historian who only founded interest in development after university i love the show the history of software is under appreciated but is becoming ever more important to software becomes more important to our lives s in one hundred years small and seemingly inconsequential design decisions taken when developing the global platforms the future may have huge real world implications and the people in stories behind that.

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"richard campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

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01:35 min | 3 years ago

"richard campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"And we're back on dot net rocks carl franklin richard campbell here talking about a or at least you know what it means and what our experiences have been in these last couple of years who wants to pick up where we left off we were just talking about how the the how the cloud services are just getting smarter and smarter and not requiring us to do a whole lot of real work in a machine learning just to to call into them i want to pick up where you left stop carl where were you said and speechrecognition and today we have i think microsoft half the record our error rate of five point one which is better than humans human says about 94 percent error rate sell it's basically understands as better than leading ever on january i think our understanding but microsoft arguing made a really good bought they made abide which was questionable that site tay was he called today they also need one in china which is amazing they scoured they did exactly what car was talking about they scoured the internet for for conversations chinese conversations but because the language can differ because china is huge can differ from from ten to town or in part from from different parts they they have sold that way that this frenetic stuff and they are actually getting responses that are real conversations not just one offs because they intelligent and they know how they speak right.

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"richard campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"richard campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"And we're back on dot net rocks carl franklin richard campbell here talking about a or at least you know what it means and what our experiences have been in these last couple of years who wants to pick up where we left off we were just talking about how the the how the cloud services are just getting smarter and smarter and not requiring us to do a whole lot of real work in a machine learning just to to call into them i want to pick up where you left stop carl where were you said and speechrecognition and today we have i think microsoft half the record our error rate of five point one which is better than humans human says about 94 percent error rate sell it's basically understands as better than leading ever on january i think our understanding but microsoft arguing made a really good bought they made abide which was questionable that site tay was he called today they also need one in china which is amazing they scoured they did exactly what car was talking about they scoured the internet for for conversations chinese conversations but because the language can differ because china is huge can differ from from ten to town or in part from from different parts they they have sold that way that this frenetic stuff and they are actually getting responses that are real conversations not just one offs because they intelligent and they know how they speak right.

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"richard campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"richard campbell" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Well then can you hang on just for one second while we take time out here to pay the bills this episode of dot net rocks is made possible in part by windows on the google cloud platform you may not know this but the guy who cloud platform supports window server two thousand eight 2012 and 2016 it also supports sequel server versions 2012 2014 in 2016 standard web an enterprise additions with high availability you can deploy your ears be done that windows apps to compute edge in or your ears beat on that cora ops who app engine or container engine that schools hosted guber netties environment dot net and dot net core library so there for all two hundred plus google dot com and clouds services in new get led by john skeet of stack overflow fame but what about visual studio integration oh it's there you can use visuals studio to manage your gcp resources and deploy existing apps you get stack driver logging air reporting and tracing support for dot net and dot net core power shall command let's for gdp which run on windows and let x and a great set of partners to bring your windows and dot net workloads to gcp including cap gemini i knew desiccated and magentic so go to gcp doc gotten net rocks dot com and get your free trial today all right and we're back you're listening to dot net rocks carl franklin richard campbell here with dan russ nova and we're talking about event grid microsoft's new reactive service for handling events systemwide and i do mean systemwide.

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