7 Burst results for "Richard Lander"

"richard lander" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

01:48 min | 4 months ago

"richard lander" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

"Allu- and welcome into six-figure developer. Podcast the podcast where we talk about new and exciting technologies professional development clean code career advancement and more. I'm john calloway on clayton on. And i'm john nash. With us today. As richard lander riches a principal program manager on the dot net courtroom. He works on making dot net core work great in memory limited docker containers on arm hardware like the raspberry pi and enabling. Gpo programming and iot scenarios. Welcome rich thanks. Great to be on the show before we sort of jump into things. Would you give our listeners. Like a little introduction to yourself Perhaps tell them how you got started in the industry sure Yes so i'm canadian. Boarded bread From ontario and Went to school in. Well i guess my you know my. My dad wasn't exactly a computer and suzy but he thought we should be too so he He would bring home hardware thruster to play with in years on. That's what was kinda my start. Which i an incredibly thankful for you know twenty four hundred hundred baud modem than all the rest of it and then i went to school waterloo and then microsoft natives people knew somehow and which i did know a lot about And in two thousand. And i got hired at school and move to Seattle are ready for microsoft. And i've been there percents so that's kind of my origin story lounge. Yeah so what what What do you do these days from. Except yeah so. I work on the team at worked on like i said i joined microsoft in two thousand. I've been on the team since two thousand three. So i've worked on every release since including framework to. Oh

Seattle microsoft windows two thousand raspberry pi ontario twenty four hundred hundred ba windows cloud waterloo three one point canadian raspberry pi
.NET 6 Preview With Rich Lander

The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

01:48 min | 4 months ago

.NET 6 Preview With Rich Lander

"Allu- and welcome into six-figure developer. Podcast the podcast where we talk about new and exciting technologies professional development clean code career advancement and more. I'm john calloway on clayton on. And i'm john nash. With us today. As richard lander riches a principal program manager on the dot net courtroom. He works on making dot net core work great in memory limited docker containers on arm hardware like the raspberry pi and enabling. Gpo programming and iot scenarios. Welcome rich thanks. Great to be on the show before we sort of jump into things. Would you give our listeners. Like a little introduction to yourself Perhaps tell them how you got started in the industry sure Yes so i'm canadian. Boarded bread From ontario and Went to school in. Well i guess my you know my. My dad wasn't exactly a computer and suzy but he thought we should be too so he He would bring home hardware thruster to play with in years on. That's what was kinda my start. Which i an incredibly thankful for you know twenty four hundred hundred baud modem than all the rest of it and then i went to school waterloo and then microsoft natives people knew somehow and which i did know a lot about And in two thousand. And i got hired at school and move to Seattle are ready for microsoft. And i've been there percents so that's kind of my origin story lounge. Yeah so what what What do you do these days from. Except yeah so. I work on the team at worked on like i said i joined microsoft in two thousand. I've been on the team since two thousand three. So i've worked on every release since including framework to. Oh

Allu John Calloway Richard Lander John Nash Clayton Suzy Ontario Microsoft Waterloo Seattle
"richard lander" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:29 min | 5 months ago

"richard lander" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Valid through june thirtieth terms and conditions apply a warning from a top military leader about china's military ambitions speaking at a virtual event at the mccain institute the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff army general mark milley worn china wants to dominate the us military in the coming decades. There are not superior so wanna make that clear right now but their goal is to be superior to the united states military at some time in the future. The mid thirties perhaps into the forties and for sure no later that mid century in fact they've laid out twenty forty nine as their objective to do that in what they call a china drink. Millie china the greatest national security threat facing us at the pentagon. Louis tomlinson fox news. A major cruise line is getting ready to begin sailing again. Just not in the us. Norwegian cruise lines is still waiting for feedback from the cdc on its proposal to restart. Its sailings in the us after july fourth. But it's making plans for other countries. Norwegian says it's oceana cruises will resume sailings to scandinavia and western europe in august. Its norwegian cruise. Line will restart in the mediterranean in september and it's regent seven seas cruises will resume sailing from the uk in september. Norwegian is hoping that requiring vaccination of all guests in crew will convince the cdc that it can also sale from the us. Ginny casilda fox new town. Virginia's the lucky tests. I four drone delivery of girl scout cookies. The town of christians berg has been the testing ground for commercial. Delivery drones operated by wing by alphabet the parent company of google. The company has just added the cookies. After testing delivery fedex packages drugstore items and locally may food they've been using christians burgers. Attest cypher drone delivery since twenty. Nine thousand nine hundred. I'm lisa sarah and this is fox news. Let's talk about your business. It's a rocket ship on a launch pack. But houston we have a problem. You can't launch because you're being grounded by messy spreadsheets and tangled systems. You've long outgrown in fact if you're still using quick books you're spending more time putting out fires and pushing paper instead of growing your business. It's time for the right stuff. Nets by oracle the scalable solution to run all of your key back office operations nets week gives you and control of your financial. Hr inventory commerce and more everything you need to grow all in one place instantaneously and over twenty. Four thousand of the fastest growing businesses use nets to automate processes and closed their books at a fraction of the time days. Not weeks with mets. We you are ready for liftoff. Let knits we show you how they'll benefit your business with a free product tour nets dot com slash fox. Schedule your free product for right now at nets week dot com fox. Your the look. Ed weather from the heartland news feed weather center. Monday sunny and breezy with a high near seventy seven monday night. Partly cloudy with a low around fifty. Nine tuesday mostly sunny with a high near eighty two. That's the latest weather checkout more news and weather on our website at heartland news keith. Dot com and usa. And here's host. ron bucks. Glad you could join us for this hour of america's sports talk show on doing this for a long time launching the network back in one thousand nine hundred. Eighty eight is the first sports. Talk radio network in the country and that we were only two hours a night monday through friday and now many years later of course we're twenty four hours a day seven days a week with a lot of great varied programming. And you can find it all on our website at sports byline dot com. If you've ever like the email me with the suggestion for an interview on sports byline or any of the other great shows that we have on the network easy to do just are bar at sports. Byline dot com. That's sports byline being. Bya com all one word. So again i like to hear from you and if you're thoughtful enough to email me and also sign it. I'll be thoughtful enough to get back to you as well. I don't know about you but one of the things that i enjoy doing particularly on the weekends. When i'm off as i'll go by a field and i'll see little leaguers playing and i'll stop not only to watch the game because it kind of takes me back when i played little league baseball but also just to watch the interaction between the players and their coaches and also the parents the kids who are playing baseball and even the coaches as well and you probably have witnessed it yourself. First hand were parents will get out of control. Sometimes they see their kids as an extension of themselves and therefore they'll be rate the kids maybe get angry with the coaches or even the empires in particular game. And i really get upset about that. Well we're gonna talk about something and it's with somebody who has great portfolio to talk about it. We're going to talk about that issue. With richard lander if the name for lander sounds familiar. Justin verlander is his son ingested. Of course one of the great union baseball players a cy young award winner an mvp award winner as well. He has thrown a no hitter and he is written meaning. Richard ver- lander a wonderful book chronicling his son's upbringing. It's called rocks across the pond. Lessons learned stories told and from the people who influence justin both good and bad to the tough decisions. Justin had to make along the way in the past he chose richard uses the book as a catalyst conversation about decision making and the importance of childhood. Influences this is a story that you need to hear. And if you have a young athlete male or female. I hope you'll take it into consideration as you watched them grow in athletics. When we come back. Richard verlinden joins us. And you on america's sports talk show. Hi this is ron bar. And i've got great news for anyone suffering from ongoing pain. Due to aging overexertion and the effects of everyday living relief factor is a one hundred percent research based formula that was created to combat the root causes of inflammation relief factor is designed to address sore muscles. Stiff joints aches and general discomfort. You may feel. There are four key ingredients in each approach is the body's natural inflammatory response function from a different metabolic pathway. And they've got something special for sports byline network listeners. You can get their three week. Quick start programme for just one thousand nine hundred ninety five. That's only ninety five cents a day head to relief factor dot com or call. One eight hundred five hundred eighty three eighty four relief factor helps to support a healthy response to inflammation and decreases discomfort from the effects of daily living. And you can get yours at relieffactor dot com or by calling one eight hundred five hundred eighty three eighty four your life your freedom get back to living at relieffactor dot com time for your small business report presented by dell small business as a business owner. You've got a lot of decisions to make your the one responsible for your company's ultimate success or failure. You're the all of your employees look to for direction and you're the one that has to see the big picture to know what moves to make next but don't get so caught up in feeling accomplished by getting work done and those do items checked off that you forget to check in with yourself every week take thirty minutes to have a meeting with yourself as the chief strategist of your business and make sure you're still headed in the right direction rather than just accomplishing a list of tasks. And that's your dell small business. Report what do you get when you talk to a dell technologies adviser you get someone who understands. There's an arts listening. Who's able to hear more than what's being said and can provide tailored small business solutions. That make you feel truly heard. Let's get started for advice on everything from laptops to the cloud solutions our by until the pro platform called advisor today at eight. Seven seven asked down and now today's cleaning tip from Towels heavy duty cleaning wipes. Most people are disinfecting more frequently these days. But did you know there's a difference between disinfecting and cleaning cleaning is the first step before disinfecting and is needed on a regular basis to remove germs dirt and dust from surfaces plus keeping a clean surface helps minimize the growth of.

Richard verlinden Justin verlander scandinavia Richard ver- lander richard Justin richard lander google Monday lisa sarah Nine thousand ninety five cents one thousand today friday Four thousand fedex uk september one hundred percent
"richard lander" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"richard lander" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"This is the Andrew Klavan show. SHAPE SEE Thompson. He's. So wonderful. All right last day of the week here so you wanNA suck up all the Cleveland goodness. You possibly can and way to do that is to subscribe to the Youtube Channel Andrew Klavan. We are watching. We've got our eyes on. You were watching your comments. Here is one from Richard Lander man. He said knowing that Knowles is catching up on subscriptions and that was happening. You Know Knowles is. He'll stoop to anything. He's using Russian botts. He's using Chinese spies or you know you WANNA get some good American, solid subscriptions and other countries as well as long as they're real people. People or can pretend to be real people. You should subscribe rigid, lend him, and says knowing that Knowles is catching up. I'm going to have my wife. Subscribe to your channel. I'm also making an account for my mother-in-law. Who Doesn't use you? Booker, face or whatever that stuff y'all kids mess around with these days on your Nintendo's and walnuts is called well. Thank you very much, and we will be watching for those of you know. It's one thing to help me. which is a good thing. We want to save the Klavan. But of course attacking knowles just adds to your prestige. Believe that we are witnessing dangerous situation right now, and we're going to call it. Stockholm. Syndrome America I'm sure you've all heard of the Stockholm Syndrome. It was named after nineteen seventy-three three bank robbery Stockholm four people were taken hostage, and when they were released, they refuse to testify against the robbers who taken them? Hostages Developed feelings of affection for them, and started to see things from their point of view I've seen this myself battered wives who start to see things from their husbands, point of view and lose the awareness that they're being seriously mistreated, and they don't deserve it for the. The last three months or so we've been helped. We've been held hostage. We now know that the hysterical fear expressed about the spread of the Chinese. Flu was fake just like the hysterical reaction against Brett. Cavanaugh was fake. We know the cavenaugh hysteria was fake because Terry's accusations against Joe Biden were ignored and we know the flu hysteria was fake. Because now, the Democrats feel riots will be more useful to them. Then lockdown suddenly social distancing in the rest. Don't matter a damn, so we've been held hostage by the left and were being held hostage now, hostage, the violence, riots and threats. Now drew brees conservative Christian quarterback to apologize because he opposes disrespecting the Flag James Mattis the former defense secretary says trump is terrible, because after Democrats have done everything to divide us for the last sixty years. Trump hasn't pretended to try to unite us, and we're hearing that problems among black Americans can be solved by weight whites, making soppy apologies including kneeling to people, which is disgusting by the way I spit on anyone who kneels to another human being or expects to be Neil to none of that is going to help our black neighbors. I acknowledged the problem. Problem of good people being harassed by the police on how you knowledge that they're bad cops, but no I have no feelings of sympathy for Democrats and the media who have abused me and held me hostage, either with lockdowns or riots, and do not think leftists who have done nothing, but make black lives worse for over fifty years. I do not believe they have anything to say to me about what should happen next. We've had more than fifty years of leftist policies in our cities. It's time to let those hostages go as well all right I know you. You guys are all lockdown and suddenly thinking. Hey, you know. I think maybe there's something I have to take care of like..

Knowles Andrew Klavan Stockholm Flu Thompson Cleveland Richard Lander Youtube trump James Mattis robbery Nintendo Booker Cavanaugh America Joe Biden Brett Terry Neil
"richard lander" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

10:12 min | 2 years ago

"richard lander" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"A a pizza out that for all purposes looks like a desktop application but it's super small super fast and so i think that will who does modernize dot net scott before you go on before you go on i want to ask you something about PWA's is there anything do you have to do anything in in order to make a blazer client side blazer appa PWA or does it automatically right all that manifest goo for you it doesn't right all the manifest today day in the nextwave you'll see us make these things first class the reason we don't write the manifesto honestly is the acquainted laser sir is in preview and we plan to the hopefully get that into some kind of rpm states around bills next year so outfielder bilby may of two thousand twenty so you can you can use it today it works it works great today a lot of people using it you know in probably in production right now but we will actually solidify and i'll clarify will get more today when you run a blazer out on client side we are doing it's like what we actually do is we actually run a dot net interpreter on the weather suicide meaning that we're interpreting some of the coach i don't hold performance at what will happen as we go from dot com to build next year is we will actually you some tech called ahead of time compile where what we will actually do we will when you build the app we will generate the wasim code as part of the bill stout which then means when the code runs on the client it would run at full performance because essentially conservative and so that that's that's one of the reasons we're not calling today's we've got that tech near and that that you're gonna and get a almost made it performance i hope in the browser you know with that tack and that tackle come in in in in may of next year as part of bills and the PWA will be part of that as well and likely they'll be one more flavor this as well which which is you know we were talking about electron outs earlier in the nha conversation and we're going to give you the ability to take a blazer out and run that inside of an electron show wow yeah that's cool jeff fritz right at your c. sharp code and run it in in the blazer host jeff fritz was that the other day as well i think that's when richard's mind exploded yeah what has been runs on lenox mac and windows you wrote a once is web tax so it doesn't look as native is native apples but forms but it will be a cross platform you i dot net app that pretty much runs anywhere and we've we've we built a couple of prototypes of this over the last year or so and it does perform better than some of the electron apps us in in many cases because you know we can be pre compiled and we can be we're we don't put as many files on discs but we we we took as your storage explorer and coordinated partially he's one of these things a while ago and it was much faster than the the no geospace for you know the PWA story for me is really compelling and just you know because i don't want anybody to get discouraged because scott said they don't have the you know the all the making it easy for you but PWA's really easy already it's just not that difficult to do it's a manifest file to configure file and you just put some things in there and you can send your customers to your website and they go on a phone and then they do you want to install this on your phone yes and that's an app that easy even even windows desktop support installed him that same way there's also yeah so we're gonna give you that that's what that's all about this tech is now it's like hey want to build an app that runs on desktop hunt you what about about the client side blazer footprint size of the bin size is our hope is to be in the forty five megs for the for the wasim based based financing the cashable so you sort of pay the penalty once and then the app itself doesn't need the doesn't require downloading every time yes and in fact that's part of the PDA w. mechanism is you give it a man of trust man has tells it what ash and so you get the cash you pay that price one time and you're you're good to go i'll say the to complete my earlier thought so i think as as as donna developer we're gonna put you in a pretty good place if you want to build a a desktop app windows you win and WPF if you wanna take that same app and run it on android or IOS or various other flavors we've got the zantac that if you want to build an amazing modern looking web app knew that blazer on if you want to build a PWA w. a. he'll do that with laser you know in a in kind of a preview states at at right now and hopefully RTM damn states at build next may if you wanna wrap that same blazer out and electron and running on windows mac and links we're gonna enable you to do do that and the final one which is another demo that we showed at the dot com is you know we dot net now runs on time different platforms and so it enables a bunch of iot scenario so the final demo we did was we took the same weather al and we add richard lander show it on an LED light board we could actually use the iot version of the app running on like a raspberry pi sending the data this this LED app using a a a library and it was the weather was rolling boss a LED light board to just a different output mechanism otherwise the codes the same and so that's it's calling the same service doing all the same tech and so you know it really is getting to a dot net anywhere kind of scenario i would say you could make blazer serve side blazer app a PWA w if you wanted to is there any advantage to doing one of the other client side or server side PWA the the long-term yeah i was going to say the longterm advantage would be the the PBA client side like give you better perf and kind of sandbox as well so but you can do all these layers phrasing all the choice yeah i mean the service i blazer isn't going to be any less performance than NBC web API app right it's not gonna call altered the right sounds great man did we miss anything the only thing we missed and we also also did show the the final piece of this we showed some of the model builder tech which is some of the tech we have in emel dot net's we're trying to find ways to make you you know a machine learning more accessible more developers and so we showed some sentiment analysis where we actually looked at data with model builder modern builders a tool that you pointed data on it'll choose the algorithm for you right hold for you as well all the to success the data in what we showed the first preview of model builder may of this year at bills on and the bodybuilder we have now so just produces much much better code and it's workflows a lot so that was the main stuff that we hit we hit c. sharp aids the micro services using worker cheer for the rich RPC contract-based API's windfarms WPF zimmerman for mobile blazer for everything machine learning and not that was kind of the dot net or three ways you no i guess we should do more shows are on m. l. dot net just because it's one of those things where we're i think we're all dealing with sort of a eye fatigue people talk about it all the time time but getting a real practical areas but this is where machine learning just becomes a part of your regular app i think still is hard to grasp yeah i the the challenge machine learning is explaining to a customer when when i see a customer and sit with them and go you know you have to train any machine learning stuff today and most customers have our most developers have data they don't even think they have bills two years ago or year are your so ago was we showed what we call the bus fire and that was a lot we built it would actually take an issue and make sure it was in the right place jason get upset as this an aspirin issue or is it a networking issue or is it a just here and you don't think about it until you look at you go on really are developers are moving these these issues the right places for about three or four years now so we actually have tons of data and so we built a model based on all the issues that we had moved over the last twenty fourteen to twenty eighteenth of four years with the data the reality is a lot of lot of developers i have data but have not thought about s- or yeah our company's been training data for a long time all yeah we need to make it easier to get to we have a.

four years two years
"richard lander" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

11:31 min | 2 years ago

"richard lander" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"<music> how shorts and spectators dany politics podcast. I'm as hartman and i'm joined by james and stephen daisy easy well this morning. Ruth davidson announced her resignation as leader of the scottish conservatives. This is what she had to say. This has been seen a remarkable time in politics and i will always be thankful for the opportunity to have a front seat. Fish little history was being made. I am so proud of the teams that we have built a party. Holyrood westminster came chambers across the country prior tired of the work that we've done to reach out to all communities in scotland north so rural or urban armed after some follow decades just to prove ourselves a truly national party once again stephen. She scientific mainly personal reasons in her speech this morning but it can't just be about night. Can it no. I think it's fair to say that there's a there's a of both going on here. Certainly she is she is still <hes> you know relatively new mom. Her baby is only ten months old and she is planning to marry her partner. Jane <hes> all of the things huge pleasure assures for anyone but we didn't have high profile job. She is only amplifies it but you can't get away from the facts that you know ruth. Davidson is no very much so step with where the conservative party is today. She opposed boris johnson quite vociferously and becoming leader she campaigned for remain and while oh she was willing to back theresa may's deal she made very clear that she was against new deal brexit and which no appears to be the course thought what's number ten is heading on. I think the yes the personal bloom large for her but probably the decisive factor for her as the fact the the the party the yuki level that had just diverged so far from where her liberal blue collar politics toryism some balls and it's a big blow to the scottish conservatives or were they actually starting on a downward trajectory after a pretty good few years underneath davidson. It's an she actually quitting when she's ahead as much as anything else could be an i. I think the the the mood among most scottish conservatives today is that this could be an existential event for them. It's hard to overstate how central recidivism wars to the revival of the scottish conservatives and she as i was she was the party the revival from absolutely nowhere from the white of ninety seven. She brought them back largely by force of senility determination you know and and endeavor look at the the the election material from general elections in scotland from hollywood elections. The wards conservative ferry vati small leaflets posters devoted baked baked pitchers of risk davidson. You it really was the risk davidson party. She was the one who connected with a low of c. To voters who had never thought voting conservative before but like ktar liked her of can-do spit and the late defense of the union yes escorts conservatives have been having a difficult time lately largely because of of the the fallout from brex was no however unrepeatable the problem though is that they have scrambled fainting you leader with even <hes> a sort of a a measure of the star davidson hide and it's not clear that they have any obvious candidate and moreover most of the candidates so candidates that wits would come to mind essentially share the same views as she has on on the questions of breaks and indeed on the question of boris johnson himself south james heave reported that boris johnson and his advisors new with davidson considering stepping down for a couple of weeks. What's the median downing street's now that she has quit the roof. Davidson from relationship has always been difficult. She backed free different candidates to be to renita other than him. I've been the first meeting between when bush went to scotland with him. As prime minister went better than expected but i think everyone always knew it was going to be difficult. I mean i mean if you look at this. Judging juggle. We all make lies between the personal life professional life when you cease to enjoy your professional fresh light becomes a console console. You ask yourself. Is it worth sacrifices and that's clearly what's happened with her. It is it is clearly a combination of things but if she was in total alignment with the westminster leadership tory party on every issue. I think he would come to the same decision but number ten will be relieved today. The davison highland gone out of a big swipe at boris johnson. She was helpful to him as she could've been not. Press conference sign that she is drawing for a deal in m._b. Should vote for a deal if he can get one. This was actually he was much more brutal about david cameron than she was about boris johnson but i think there is a there is a big question mark here which is comes back to the question of electoral strategy which is as as stephen moore saying the it is hone to imagine i mean and as you were saying your question student even before today's resignation haunted mountain tour is going to keep hold of all of escalators alters seats in the event of an election for example is quite holland. Imagine pull most sincere voting for a no deal tory party moines is ruth davidson that schools does challenge becomes even bigger and i mean the question then becomes here. Where is this story. Majority are gonna come from an election year where they gonna make up for these scottish losses uses that is one of the big challenges which is how will you plan to redraw electoral map stephen. What does this mean for the union the and for for the union the conservatives have lost their leader but the union has lost. Its most robust champion in receivership. It was the face of the union and whenever there was speculation about a second referendum it was just assumed among most commentators there's most politicians that she would of course lead the second no campaign but was i think mark ruth davidson from many other known no nationalist politicians and skull was our unionism wasn't defensive. It wasn't apologetic. She took something a tear malate unionism which obviously has certain historic residences and certain parts of skull and she took an actually turned into philosophy with broader appeal so that you know even in some parts of the west of scotland we should you know had never really been twenty friendly and where the union had sometimes been seen through the prism of the orange orange and the green suddenly she had she was advancing a unionism that some people there could could actually vote for it's difficult to see who can replace are certainly the scottish labour leader richard lander has been some would say fatally undermined by by jeremy corbyn and john mcdonnell on the question of and you'd have to the liberal democrats mccracken are still relatively small in the scottish parliament no having to cover it from the police coalition is not clear through the places are today. The conservatives are mostly thinking about who will their leader be soon enough. They're going to be turning to the question of who is the the face and the champion of the union union and there isn't an obvious replacement james. This is obviously probably a blow to anti no deal conservatives as well slightly he less so in this is all going to turn on looking westminster uh maps and obviously we've davidson it was not was not sitting there and leaving anyone expected her. That's gonna lead the charge against no deal. I mean westminster. What we're seeing moment is things are a number ten is trying to forces assists but things i think i think things might well clarify in the next week into all you prepared jomie tobin in number ten. If you're not then you have to accept that that boris johnson is going to be allows pursue his breakfast russia. I think that's where things are going down here. In westminster. I think one of the big things but union is this is the moment she's perfectly credible. Oh for westminster to block any requests for second independence referendum. I think if pro-independence point win a majority of the hollywood election two thousand twenty one battle become much harder because they will have an explicit mandate for it more clear than they have at the moment and also i mean twenty twenty one year what has happened with brexit will be clearer and so you you at the moment you could give it any independence. Referendum will be taking place with voters not knowing awesome crucial information that they would need to note made their decision that position or really sorry hold or not twins twenty-one parliament and the question becomes a union is it does the absence of reef davidson from that campaign. Make it that bit easier for the pro independence parties to win a majority in election and just quickly looking out those anti no deal conservative m._p.'s james how they being responding today now that the dust is settling of the prorogation shen announcement. We've seen a lot of pressure said new members of the cabinet such as amber rod matt hancock consulted javid who made comments during the leadership contest about the prospect of pollen bain proved. What's the white conservative movement on this up to now so i think there will be legislative the attempt to force the government also incentivize and got a deal. I not come next week when parliament returns and you'll see a good number of conservative served m._p.'s vote for it including two former ministers in the lights of hominids and so but and this is what this comes down i will there's no guarantee. They will have enough time to get this done before. Parliament is paroled and secondly innovate could pass a law. There are lots of ways as there are lots of ways as opposed to frustrate that law is quite easy to find a way to answering accenture in such a way that guarantees the e._u. Will refuse a request so i think what consulted rebels are going to have to decide in the next few weeks is all prepared to put jeremy corbyn number ten or not because if they're not they can't be certain of stopping ping no deal because if not better back an alternative government then you could see boris johnson run down the clock in that fourteen day period and then holding election uh off to the forty first off once cares left and so by is that he's going to turn down to all they prepared to back and alternative government and i think it is adult male there yet i think most of them still would not be prepared to cross that rubicon. Thank you james and stephen and if you like what you hear please rate and review us. Wherever you get your podcasts maybe considered subscribing to the magazine the maybe we have a special deal on the spectator where you can get twelve issues for just twelve pounds and we'll even throw in at twenty pounds. I was about to just head to spectator which carry forward slash voucher. Thank you for listening and we'll be back tomorrow <music>..

boris johnson ruth davidson scotland james heave westminster jeremy corbyn stephen hollywood union union Parliament hartman scottish parliament Holyrood accenture stephen daisy partner Jane david cameron prime minister
"richard lander" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"richard lander" Discussed on KQED Radio

"K acuity news. I'm Tiffany Cam. Hi, it's prime time spawning season for central California's endangered coho, salmon and the number of nests or reds counted. So far in streams and tributaries in west Marin is encouraging. In fact, this year's coho run is the best that area seen in twelve years here to talk all things coho is Erica Whitlinger ecologist with the Marin municipal water district. How many fish and reds have been counted? So far so far we've seen three hundred and twenty reds, which conservative estimate of to fish for each read. We're looking at six hundred forty salmon this is too good years in a row is it too early to say that habitat restoration efforts for the coho are working. I am reluctant usually to say that. Yes, we're responsible for these great numbers. But in. This case, I think there's some real good evidence. We had a record number of young fish, go out to the ocean in twenty seventeen and these are the adults that have come back. So it sure seems like that record number of young fish benefited from the habitat restoration work. That's been done has the government shutdown affected this year's count of the runner or maybe even like, the health of the creeks over there, certainly the data collection has been impacted our colleagues at the National Park Service weren't able to get out and survey the streams that they usually survey there probably would have been more fish counted. If not for the government shutdown that was aquatic ecologist, Erica Whitlinger, and I'm definitely Cam. Hi, Katie news. Support comes from personal capital committed to transforming financial lives through technology and people personal capital dot com. Next on K Q at seven thirty seven Sunday morning perspective. I'm Dave Freeman. When Richard Friedlander married. It changed him. Here's how shortly after my marriage. One of the celebrants approached me and asked do you feel onto logically different? I thought for a second then replied with a smile and a week. Yes. Then I looked up what untolerable meant briefly, it is the philosophical study of being not much of a help. But I took the question to mean has anything happened to you through your being bound to this person to change the way, you perceive your existence and remarkably I believed it had for the first time in my life. I was putting someone else's welfare ahead of my own not because I was trapped, but by my own volition, I'm not perfect. But most of the time I do very much put her welfare ahead of my own. And I'm happy when I do. So when I'm shopping, I buy things are no she will like when I criticize her for being who she is. I immediately apologize. Can this happen outside? Marriage. Maybe but never really had happened to me Menachem Mendel of carts. A Hasidic rebbe said if I am I because I am I and you are you because you are you then I am. I am you are you. But if I am I because you are you are you because I am I am. I am not I and you are not you. Sure. He did my loving my wife does not depend on her living me. No, one is twisting my arm or my conscience. Neither is this unromantic feeling onto logically different in this way can be a tremendous aphrodisiac many romances probably fall apart when the primary concern becomes what am I getting rather than what I give the only one you can change yourself. I love my wife, but she is another human being and like all others a complicated. One. I can't possibly understand her. But I do try to accept her had married. Someone else. Our issues might have been different. But my role would still be. The same. If you don't love how can you experience love from another with the perspective on Richard Friedlander? Richard Lander is an East Bay author actor and mediator, and.

Richard Friedlander Erica Whitlinger Tiffany Cam Richard Lander west Marin California Marin Menachem Mendel Dave Freeman National Park Service Katie untolerable twelve years