19 Burst results for "SPG"
Digital Transformation with Honeywell Chief Digital Technology Officer, Sheila Jordan
"I thought we would begin our conversation with your role. You the chief digital technology officer at honeywell and talk a bit about that. That's an interesting combination of of areas of responsibility that translates each side of that translates differently in different kinds of organizations and yours is quite a large and complex. One to talk a little bit. If you wouldn't mind about how that translates into your environment. What is your purview. Yes so so. I joined tiny well really because of the mission of the organization. I see iran chairman darius in the management team have a very very aggressive in very exciting digital transformation. We have many almost every function in the organization. So think of your traditional functions. Hr finance legal procurement as well as i'm sorry supply chain as well as our strategic business units all have digital initiatives that they're driving within the organization in the role or. It's it's kind of at the hub of that. We help with the technology we help with. Data in data is so important as we all know is i view jada as the digital currency is the currency of digital transformation to make all this work. You have to make sure that you're extracting data from silos of erp in salesforce and all that in creating it so that it really does create an experience for our customer partners employees. The connects our knowledge about them and gives them this. Frictional seamless experience of how they interact with anyone moving forward. So under the purview. I have on the technology associated with the corporate. It world everything from illegal finance contracts h. Are all the way through the spg technology. The strategic business unit technology as well as making sure that we really do a harmonize. The data across organization in use that data in in building friction lists experience are always offers honors very interesting. And that's that's easier said than done as as large and complex as this organization is can you talk a bit about imprompt some of this predates set as your nine or so months in private. The origins of it may predate your time with the with the company. But can you talk a bit about that process of harmonizing the data. You make a great point that in order to get the full value out of that currency that the currency of digital transformation that you need to make sure that you are governing that appropriately so that you can draw the appropriate insights from that make better decisions and so on talk a little bit about some of the building blocks to get their first thing. Is i think three years ago. They decided to centralize it so the majority incentivized majority of a corporate. It is centralized but simultaneously. The ministry team has done such a great job at creating. i call global design models. So if we're gonna go to a single er he or a single salesforce or it single e commerce and we have to decide what the processes is having a global design model. So the good news is we create these global design models for you know the major major Processes in technology across organization in ultimately every strategic business unit will converge on that converge on a global design model. Additionally i'll get a little bit technical magic. Create your customer masters your product masters. You gotta make sure you never materials master so making sure that you have. The data structured in a way that it's holistic and also centralized there were all using inconsistent both data structure as well as the technology so the organizations doesn't amazing job at creating this. We actually have a transformation day once a month. We actually talk about whatever. Projects are inflated. Whenever we're doing so that we can all converge on these It s in a streamlined. Consistent standard approach and having said that as you said our business units are very different. We have aerospace oiling. Gas honeywell business technology The honeymoon connective rising all had their own nuances. So as you structure design in converge and have standardization Eighty percent of it. You have to allow for that. Twenty percent of flexibility that each of the other strategic business units need to run their business.
Bellevue lifts civil emergency order following peaceful protest east of Seattle
"Chief believe they prevented violence this weekend by declaring a civil emergency proclamation during protests that prohibited any weapons in the downtown area. Officers found rocks, bamboo sticks and propane tanks hidden around the area by nearby businesses. Chief Steve my. Let's as they work with SPG to prepare for Saturday's protest that ended up lasting two hours. We hope to
"spg" Discussed on Cleared Hot
"Anytime I get caught in any situation where you know I mean what's more important for me is that I come back tomorrow and train for sure right. So just learning Wendy Tap and knowing that I have that tool at any given time anything time things get too uncomfortable to that I can tap and start again. The. Gentleman what are you have? Best every single question. You guys are just sitting here drinking beer. It's unbelievable. We've been on before. Yeah I was actually doing what you doing which was learning. Same. I've talked. Like with the level of knowledge in this room, I actually don't even know the right questions to ask, I mean you guys have such different not an optical I'm in third place. So I'm I'm closer to you than I am to these guys that's actually not true methods I think Henry just explained that. Like I mean, there are levels to black belt like these guys have have been blocked for much longer than I, have and. I'm super excited. Have Henry. Here. you know having part of SPG is just you know? Yeah, that was that was. Yeah..
"spg" Discussed on ShopTalk
"Hey so I was gonna say I do have grand my mouth a little too much have a correction like the issue correction here the first correction ever on the shop fish go. So the other weeks here rodent and an asked about like SPG's that are way too big and like are they like you know I think using a? Would be better and we are like not just use the SPG. Literally that day I started watching a A weather's webbed of live videos that gruel did the other month and May I think and there's a video called image compression deep dive with.
"spg" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"And that's a honeypot thinks canary Mike Canaria just show you this is Mike canary companies spend millions of dollars an IT security, but they they still don't know they've been compromised which blows me away Marriott for how many years with the the bad guys got the SPG cysts PG system. And we're there for four years, which meant they got data. On half a billion guests all you needed. Marriott was some Canaries in their. Here's my canary. I don't know if I can pull this oversee a little box. It's not complicated plugs into your network, you can figure in your browser. And even though to you that just is a little box in the corner there too the bad guys. It can look like almost anything you want it to Canaries don't look vulnerable. They look valuable. They looked like Cisco switches, they looked like in my cases, sinology Nass, and you can put you can turn on all turned on a Christmas tree on my canary. So all the services are lit up. But if you want to be a little more, you know, stealth, you could just have a few little services there that will attract the bad guys, you get you don't get a lot of alerts. You can see I have a couple of alerts a few weeks ago, I unplugged my canary. So I just and this is what you get. You. Get a roll up of the alerts. That canary was disconnected doesn't doesn't say a hundred times it had been up for five weeks. I mean, these things never go down. But then it was reconnected here. So I know now I'll go back a little time. And you see this host port scan. That's the kind of thing you got to worry about when you see that it gives you all the information and see that's one notification, but fourteen incidents it gives me an IP address. I I noted at the time all that's inside the building we figured out. Oh that's over next to Megan's desk. She was testing some sort of Western Digital Nass. That was scanning our network every few minutes when needless to say we disconnected that, but but you could also get Loggins if bad guy tries to log into my fakeness here in it looks just like an asset has all of the features of it. I'll get every password he attempted to us. So I'll be able to see completely what he knows what he thinks. He knows. Does. You can set this up in minutes and within minutes of configuration. It will look just like whatever you say. It is router Nassar ver- Olympic spock's a windows server. Attackers can't tell the difference. But the minute they touch it in any way, you get the notification. You can also use it to create canary tokens. These are files you can sprinkle around your network here. I'll make a new canary token what we wanted to be a web web page DNS server. How about will make a Microsoft Word, doc, and all and.
"spg" Discussed on Dari and Mel
"And here's what we're going to get Sony. Michelle James white Rex Burkhead Bill ball carriers. Tom Brady, James Devlin. They'll probably get at least one carry. So there's five and this means the Pat skin still have one receiver carry the football at least once on an end around or on a sweep or run a reverse in that means either element or Patterson. I seriously doubt you're going to see two receivers getting carries throughout the course of the game. So I'm looking at a high of probably six players for the patriots getting a carry in this game. I played under six and a half at the time. The under was minus a dollar forty and as. As the game itself. I played the patriots minus two and a half in this game. I think it's going to be a situation where the Rams can try some things it'll be interesting to see if they have to go for it on fourth down from time to time in spots where you know, Greg delay would kick the football if his plant foot is as bad as it is. He was at a in a boot, you know, for almost the entire week because of that possible injury. And then I just think it's a situation. It comes down to. This guy's the Rams were bad against play fakes all season long. The patriots love to play fake. And I think they're going to be able to take care of some of that pressure that the Rams bring by play fake it in this game. If they do I think it's going to give them enough to get over the hump and get the win. And I think it's going to be a thirty one to twenty six type of game. Scott saw SPG Globus all sports four one one just to be bet with Chris and I saw bookmaker had it to. So we'll get you New England minus two in this game. Sounds good guys. And I don't think it'll get back to three there's wait at least Nevada. There's way too many. Southern California visitors that are going to become into town over the next twenty four hours, and they'll get about the Rams no matter what the line is. Then by the way, here's to hoping something crazy doesn't happen. Like a bad snap on a field goal attempt and the holder picks it up and runs it to take you over the six and a half. Patriots carry the. Yeah. You got it, man. I'm thinking about you hear Scott. That or a fake punt like that scares me. Mel you did a little research on that particular number. Didn't you you found that? Or was it somebody in Bristol who found that? Like, there's been two games this where they've had seven different ball carriers. I'm trying to remember. I thought one of you guys talking about that. No. I can't remember there's also that you know, what's also as a special teams coach, you never know, you know. So I did have right in the back of my mind what I was making that play. That's a real quick Scott. Where are the sharps going in this game? And in terms of the total. Well, basically, it's been side. You'll decide has been basically publican sharps ever since the line came out and others been a couple of seven figure beds. We know of one of that was made last night. That is on the Rams. They took them on the money mine, which means the Rams to win the game outright. They got plus a dollar twenty there. So we've seen a couple of seven figure bats, but as far as the total. That's where the public and the sharps disagree because we've seen about sixty percent of the tickets come in on the over. That's the public. That's on the over sixty percent. But we've seen about sixty percent of the overall money on the under that line that total has been as high as fifty nine it's Dow down to as low as fifty six so that's where your Joe's versus pros. Comes in public on the over Sharp's on the under. There you go. Scott good to have you on man. Good luck. With everything you're doing tomorrow. We appreciate your time. We appreciate your time all season once again about a blast again guys in got. Thank you got it..
"spg" Discussed on WRVA
"Hello listening to your last segment. You know, I think very I got a bad rap on this one because they bought Starwood in two thousand sixteen so I don't know if they knew about it or not I soon they did not they inherited the breach right but still discovered for two years. I think everybody's at fault here. So yeah, that's a good point. They bought the Starwood group. And acquired billion. I think. Do you pay extra for the breach or? Get hammered on this one. But since it was so long that I've stated I I've been of SPG AMEX's brand ambassadors for six years, Starwood card, which is a great car. It is hard. It's the card to have if you if you travel a lot because it's so many hotels and good hotels six thousand. Yeah hotel. Yeah. But you know, because it was so long ago. You know, obviously, you want to change your passwords. What concerns me is the passport information in an info like that? But I haven't got an Email from them yet, supposedly people are going to get emails if they were breached, but a half a billion people a lot of people or the chances of you for sure it only only a fraction only maybe a hundred million or so had their credit card. Snapper reached the rest of you. It's it's merely your passport information. Right. I don't know. I just don't know. What if you're as a as a rule, I keep my driver's license number, my passport, number private and secure. But I I don't know. How useful that would be to a bad guy? For your identity theft when you check into hotels, especially internationally. They usually take a scan your passport just say, well, I don't have it. But here's my number is not going to need your passport when you went overseas. Yeah. It depends. It depends on the country Italy for sure I was in Bali at the Saint Regis when they sometimes they say like in Russia. Give us your passport. We'll give it to you. When you leave. It makes me really nervous. I you have to. I mean, what are you gonna do leave? Yeah. So it's good thing. I do recommend. And I'm sure you do this that you, and it's been said many times you make a Xerox of your passport. And you keep that somewhere separate. So if you lose your passport, and you have to go to the embassy to get a new one it hits, very helpful. If you have a copy of the old one they're not gonna let you use it as a passport, but will help you get a new one. Yeah. I mean that happened to one of my buddies were traveling from I think we're going from Budapest. Vienna. And we're on the train and back, then they were they would check, you know, you're going over the borders. So they would they would check pass. I left it in the safe. First of all, you should've left your shoe in the safe, you leave one shoe in the state that way, you don't forget. Your Pat is the best life had ever when you put something in the safe put one shoe into the one that you can't the one you when you wear. You've lost your passport and a shoe. But the one you're gonna wear. Okay. He did have a copy of it. And they let him slide. They let them go. They let them go. Go on interesting. He had to FedEx his had the hotel fit exit. He paid a good amount of money. But he wasn't the late nowadays. Probably putting a copy of a photo of it in your phone is probably fine. I keep it in my set of doing that. I keep it in last pass. But it's a digital copy. So I have that I keep digital copies of all that stuff. Fortunately, I haven't had to use it. But anyway, you're a pro by now, you're never going. You're you're gonna put a shoe in the safe every time. Just saved that often. You know? Okay. This raises a really interesting question because my wife insists unlocking everything of value in the safe. I for years I've never locked anything up. I put leave the computer the ipad out. I don't lock it up my wedding ring, my watch whatever I I've never been robbed. But I have talked to many people who have been robbed. What are you? So why don't you put stuff in the safe? Aren't you a little well, usually I will first of all of the house, the maids or the housekeepers, and I'll give them a good tip tip them could start of our creative relationship with them. Then I put a do not disturb sign on the door. And I don't have them make up my room. And if I do have a makeup my room, if I'm at a hotel for larger than a couple of days, which is very rare. I will then be in the room while they clean. I honestly I trust the maids because they're the first people be suspected they're not gonna do anything. It's it's more of an issue. If your room gets broke. Into an especially with these electric locks which are of dubious security that can happen. So that's protect some people say that, you know, it's usually an insider job, obviously who's going to break into the safe. And so they always say, you know, try the code zero zero zero four zeros to see if that's if that's the hotels, a master code to before you use it to lock it up. Put your stuff in there, and then try zero zero zero zero four leaving the room to see if that's it. Okay. Because if. Then don't do it. Then why tick carry everything with you? I said doesn't travel with their with their nice jewelry. Honestly, I wish you would. Because it makes me look like a cheap because she does. I I agree with wondrous four dollars wedding rings. People think I'm a cheapskate. Where are you? Good jewelry. He shouldn't have fancy bags you shouldn't be floating around expensive jewelry at all. You don't even want to have jewelry even fake stop. You're right. Some countries up bite your finger off the from a rip your finger. But. That's why in Montreal a real problem because those they train up on those bagels. And and then they've got really good job works. So give us a way enough of this gives us a website come on last week. I called the UN from celebrity edge, which was pretty funny. 'cause I said that was that was awesome. Yeah. Froze it. Yeah. Yeah. It was hilarious. What timing but incredible boat. You would love it the technology there. They have this one restaurant called grand bistro where they have a four d dining experience where these little chefs are making it in front of you. And then they bring the food that they made right in front of your plate. And it looks just like it. Wait, wait a minute. Wait a minute. Yes. Chefs are projects of they're not little projected chefs. You're you're at a table. That's completely white the coasters or white. And then all of a sudden this dining experience starts, the projectors go on and everyone everything's time. So you have a choice of four meals. Four course meal, you can switch it out. But you're only going to see the video of these four different meals. When was a rap Yoli. And I can't remember it all it's all it's four different chefs from around the world have little competition. But it's hilarious. And it's it blows your mind. You got to watch the video to really understand it. Best of all you experience. It. But I did love that. And everyone's gonna be talking about that that is that is the coolest thing I've seen on a cruise ship the technology, right? There is amazing. Look Petit chef. Yes. All right. But watch it. And and you'll see I'd take a little video. I put it on my Instagram what you're not on Instagram anymore. So you can't see all the good stuff. And if you do go to my Instagram, you'll see see it there. But those liberty ships those are Michelin star chefs those are no they're small, but they're good. Missing star these guys, maybe not, okay? I mean the food's good, but it's not missile star. All right. Are we running a time or two minute left? Gimme gimme some since. I was on a boat. How about a website.
"spg" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Russell him every day at SPG in Ireland. I wouldn't put a them. What what is the you mentioned the DS fight there? 'cause I don't wanna see there's a blueprint out there. But what is it that got McGregor beat in that first fight and made the second one even close like what? Could be pulled out of those two fights from McGregor versus as that could make him successful tomorrow. Well, he thinks he he thinks he pulled out the fact that he's a quitter. And I think that you know, there was a lot of elements that went into that I fight against AIDS and white played out the way, I'm not making excuses for Connor. But listen. You know, there's a lot of things going on there. But in the second thought, you saw the heart. You saw in the third row when he was sucking win after that third round. He was on the stool and everybody at flashbacks that I fight. And it was like, oh, man. This might be and he came out and had his best round of the fight in the fourth. So I think that he thinks that he's a quitter. I don't think he's a quitter. And I think that he's he's shown in this camp. The fact that he didn't wanna do any media, which he loves doing the media talk about like, you know, it's a lot on his plate to do. All these interviews around the world, but he likes it because it helps them get into the head of all these guys. He didn't want anything to do with it. He wanted to train. He wanted to focus in on that. I don't know. I mean, I I think could be might be a little spooked. I think he might be a little like oh man at the last hour here. What did I get myself into? But I've been wrong before. Yeah. I'm not I'm not gonna make any you know, I'm not gonna dance around. I'm going into this fight just full fledge rooting for McGregor because that's I have been for his entire. Career going in rooting for him. And I want another one of those highlight reels I go back and watch the Alvarez fight because it's just incredible to me to see the power to see the realization on Alvarez's face that this guy is for real to see McGregor. You know added. Ed his best doing what he does. And it's been so long since that happened. It's been so too long since we see McGregor. And the thing wasn't really what we're using. We really wanted. Right. Like, I I I was there. I went to the fight. It was a spectacle was cool thing to go to and be a part of. But it's not the same. It's almost like when Michael Jordan went to play baseball. Like, okay. It's Michael Michael is my my wife. We're watching it. We don't watch boxing. I mean, we watch you see all the time. We never watched boxing, and you know, I'm telling her in the weeks leading up. So right, everyone over mcgregor's fighting this night, and it will be awesome and the fight and were a bunch of people are over and she goes like somewhere in the middle were watching one of the undercard fights. And she's realizing pretty quickly that will wait a second. We're watching boxing here. And she's like she just goes to me what is happening. She and it's so funny because I was making fun of everybody leading up to that fight. How everything you heard in the media was well Connery, he's not gonna be able to take him down. Going to have to follow the rules of boxing. Yeah. He can't throw a kick in the obviously done boxing. My wife turns to me, you know, a minute end. She goes. They can't even kick each other. I know we're watching boxing Malaysia. Also, by the way, she she came home today. And she was like, hey, did you get those hamlet tickets? I said hamlet no Hamilton went on sale today. Different thing. Hamlet I wonder somewhere hamlets somewhere. Hamlet tickets for shows how into theater we've let's take another timeout here. We'll come back with picks for the fight. I got a couple of prop bets to I've been looking through earlier today. I want to bring up some of those as well. So kept Jody BIC met Perino. Brian Mazeroski hanging out in studio. Talking UFC Kramer behind the board. It's WJR..
"spg" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"Car. Compassion common said these guys have none of that. You listen to him, so you're no better. Hi m. Awesome. Though. They are gorgeous. Jordan goes. Or just Georgia's out today? I am goes and I'm filling in for him, have Richard hundred from phones with fighting here to my right, and and Tom, the fight analyst easier every day. I wanna talk a little bit about phone booth fighting. Oh, yeah, for sure. We haven't gotten into this in a while. You guys are your show twice. Now we do myself and Frank. MIR, we've been doing it for. We're coming up on our third anniversary. I was Frank doing. I heard that he's going to be. I saw that he was teaching a seminar at syndicate, but now coaching. Oh, yeah. Yeah, he's doing Wednesday and Thursday. Nogi classes ju jitsu classes at syndicate, which worked out. Great because that's where I'm doing. The went to warrior profile. You're going to do. Ask you if we can. I'm in my talk about that. They're really doing it already. Yeah. So when we were at the fights, yeah. You made the decision like the next day? Yeah, I told you I was thinking about doing it. Yeah. You know, explain what this so so went to warrior is a program. It's it's. It's run by a couple of guys that are actually from Australia, but it's a global program because they involve gyms from all over the world. They got SPG aka syndicate. El Nino, the got Ray Longo, Chris Wiedemann's place atop gyms. And what they do is they run a five month training program for people who have little to no martial arts experience. I'm probably just because jujitsu on the high end of anybody that would actually have any experience. I'm I'm on the cusp of not really being able to do it it. It's the only time anybody's ever accused me of being too experienced as martial arts number one pick. Oh, yeah, sure. Listen, I was always the last pick for everything. I doubt anything's change in at this point, but the whole program, it's five days a week for five months, seven AM five days a week. And then at the end of the program, you have an actually fully sanctioned, amateur mixed martial arts fight. So that's what I'm going to be doing in December. Where do you have it? Is it in Vegas? Yeah, they'll do it in a Vinnie. They'll get a venue. I don't know the venue yet they'll get a venue that and they do the full on production. If you go to went to where you're dot com and you look at like, I mean, it's it's the the big screen, the ramp, walkout music fanfare, it's the whole production. Have you thought about it yet? Like what? Your walkout. You're all that stuff? Yeah. I'm already thinking which is what anybody should be doing when they're preparing for a a fi is thinking about production value, but I can't change my spots. You know, of course, I'm thinking about that. But yeah, it's it's, they do it where people. Income and all that kind of stuff. So that'd be doing that is bad ass and we're definitely going to get back into that. We have our last guest of the date of the of the knee blew. I'm getting my words mixed up. Our last guest of the day. It's neat land where he got a win at m. One challenge ninety five. You got a second round finish over commas at Delhi eve. Let's talk to the new champ. What's up? Nate? How you doing man? Doing real real good, Gregg, welcome back to Emma may Jenky radio. I have our fight analyst. Dan, Tom here with me and phone booth. Fighting's Richard hunter. I watched your fight man and I was pumped up from the get-go. I love the music. I love the entrance. He came out to the rocky four. It was Apollo. Is it? It's when Rocky's training? Right? Isn't it? I forget what the songs actually. You pick out in the car before he does training? Yeah, we, yeah, yeah. It was incredible, and he had this. Pretty good. He had this long walkout now..
"spg" Discussed on BiggerPockets
"One of the one of the american airlines cards today and in two years from now and enclose it will you gotta wait another two years before he can get another american airlines card so religious people do is you play for the card today you wait till almost two years from now you play for the second card of whatever flavor that they have and then then you cancel that first card so that way your two year rule kind of is based on when you got that bonus versus when you closed so there's always rules and again most people don't have to worry about it 'cause they're only gonna get one or two new cards year that's kind of what i would recommend people do is get like an airline card a hotel card or like you said like one of these kind of utility player type cards were there flexible in they can do cash back they can do pay for travel or they can they can transfer the points get one or two those year see all works for you and then you based on that depends decide whether or not you wanna go deeper into all different world travel clock at journal cards or just kinda staying with those cards you picked out do you have a favorite hotel program it sounds like the south west program is your favorite it is program will unfortunately there's been a lot of movement recently in in all the different hotel programs you know spg announced that august i they're they're merging their two programs even though marriott acquired deputy a couple years ago they've been running simultaneously they have allowed the transfer of the points so they're big changes their hyatt recently changed their program about a year ago year and a half ago where it went from their hyatt to world of high and they they kind of messed things up and then my favorite was kenton a surreal enjoy all their hotels but now that they've integrated into hd like a holiday inn if you think of that way law the benefits law the perks aren't as lucrative as they used to be so it's harder to say which one is a favourite nowadays kind of waiting for the details the flush out and figure out where the kind of the loopholes are that are really going to maximize value for you so honestly i have cards with all different programs mainly because every card gives an annual free night so i have a free night from is she a free night for marriott a free night from.
"spg" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"You can call in even with my guest here daniel hoffman retired cia senior intelligence officer he's the vice president of spg do i have that right daniel you do thanks for having me on your show it's a real pleasure thanks daniel i i'm going to play you this sound bite from gina hospital she's been getting grilled by congress and it was that word that she said she seemed to be giving credence to the idea that we used to have a lower moral standard here she is i support the higher moral standard that this country has decided to hold itself to i would never ever take cia back to an interrogation program first of all cia follows the law we followed the law then we follow the law today okay so that to me i was surprised that she seemed to be buying into the narrative while also saying well we always follow the law but yeah they're the i admit that there wasn't so good what we did is did you hear that from her well i was at the hearing and i also listened with great interest to the comments i what i'll tell you is i serve the gina multiple times in our headquarters i've served in war zones and i can tell you that you know general hayden road is his first book and he said use the football now she said we need to get our cleats dirty you know and go right up to that line and get your cleats it gets them white stuff on your cleats and i think that's what we were doing with the enhanced interrogation techniques i think it's okay to debate the efficacy of the programs but i also believe that we shouldn't equate it and it's certainly not it means or methods or results with what was done to john senator john mccain who am i holding the highest regard toward and what we did was actually up to a very high moral standard there was exceptional oversight and some of the senators who were grilling my former boss you have and so i think she was you know frankly giving in a little bit and say well we're taking a little bit of a a more restricted view of what the cia should be doing but let's also remember that the time was different and unfortunately we didn't get into all of the other you know.
"spg" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"I was able to implement it so we usually but you know i'm i'm really happy here at spg allen so if the opportunity comes to china they k for though but i'll take that looking at making any criminal move or anything at this point ketone on our guests your junkie radio you can follow him on twitter at brad katina b r k a t o n a he's five overall and of course this is an undefeated season now that win is called an exhibition win but as you've seen on last night's episode he is now advanced in the semi finals of the featherweight tournament that they have they have lightweights and featherweights so to contracts will be awarded and brad has actually dodged one of the bigger bullets i mean that was the first pick for team oh oh and you handle them pretty well man so i know at this point in time be feeling pretty good about yourself defeating taking out phillips winning for the team leading the team control the matchups so far so good and you've had a great representation of yourself as a hard worker humble guy so man really really proud of you brad that's quite quite an amazing like debut to the audience the ufc audience you know what i mean yeah i really appreciate that you know they did a good job with ending making me look as good as possible i've rarely you know i was really nice to nice to the staff i guess for a reason they look.
"spg" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"spg" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"For baggageclaim even though you don't need to do that because they want you to feel like your bags just appeared you know instead of getting you right there uh that is you know a change in perception that's a a perceived wait times so all of these things really make a difference and actually really move the needle some of them are kind of hard to measure though some of them you know aren't exactly some some things are easy to measure in terms of like how long people will we on a page i think i should in conference ox i often show the study that be get did where they used a custom loader instead of the kind of normal one that everybody uses that gif and they found that people were weight eat willing to wait twice as long for a custom lower in the custom what loader wasn't anything really crazy earlier in custody loaded wheel like a glacier cat running around or something it was just their logo with some dots on it wasn't you know anything totally nino know insane or anything in people were willing to wait twice as long but it was hourglass was mike the classic our goal lasts or the spinning color wheel on apple yeah it was it was i think the one that they measured against is just like those dots that are in a circle that you spin around over of epa so i mean i guess i feel very strongly that it it actually does change business concerns worthwhile that said let's dive in a little bit to how animation's actually work you've written a book on this i think the place to start is the spg file format this is scalable vector graphics and there was a period time or my little brother was obsessed with sv jeez and i just i didn't really understand why but then he showed me some stuff he had made with sv jeez and i was like well that's actually incredible it's beautiful stuff that you've made in the file format is at the root of this so let's evan spg of a cat it's an image of a cat what does that file actually contain uh yeah so this is the.
"spg" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Let's get back to the show sara dresdner is the author of spg animation's a book from over riley and is also a senior developer advocate at microsoft sarah welcome software engineering daily thanks for having me i would like to start with a view jas view as a frontend framework and i've worked with it personally we have it on the software dailycom website to front end platform and so i've i've had first hand experience with it and we did a show with avenue a about a year and a half ago i think it has been really easy interesting to see the rise in popularity of view especially in a market with angular and react which were to pre established very popular frontend frameworks what was it that view did differently to grow in popularity in spite of the fact that there was angular and react in the market well i mean it's an excellent question i am i personally have work too much with angular but i worked pretty heavily with react for a while it may still continue to idea it's not for me it's not an an either or i i think both are really pretty awesome i'm on the view court team now actually ends i think some of the things that made it really exciting for me when i was learning it was that it basically seemed to look over the entire landscape of all of the frameworks that came before it because you you know kinda came after and took all of the things that really worked well about these frameworks and then put them together and an elegant way i mean i think a lot of times when you end up taking the best pieces of a bunch of different disparate things it ends up feeling their convoluted for the person working with it or using it in that is not how it felt for me if felt really really like wonderfully easy to work with very intuitive i think a huge part of it for me at least in what part of the reason why i wanted to join the view courting was that the documentation was so good the guide in the.
"spg" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani
"I'm not i don't think that colby has parte keyed because i'm just be elegant and i know this is going to be taken the wrong way i don't think people care enough about colby to have experts keatley ex parte people really the slight kkob still working his way up and i think he has done a good job of breaking out the talking a little bit of smack i don't i'm not a huge fan of like oh you know talk like like the the the stuff yesterday with spg is that what you're offering to ya he's been getting into a not only that but he just he has a very consistent twitter presents he's always angling for something i don't like kicking a man when he's down or kicking a team when he's down this just not my style i mean especially because like there's no few there between him and gun are now center him in spg um so i think there was something he he initially tweeted something about um britain and ireland of a while ago and it got him it got him some attention and and keep up with the blunted as but look chase sherman is doing it the right way here's a guy who's like trying to put a personality a in a sort of fun way i think this is a kobe's personality and i kinda i'm okay with oh i think i say i was not okay with it no but you're saying on into it like right now it's resonating with me but i must say like he's offending me i'm not side with you though i don't think it's xbox because i don't think enough people are paying attention to to send it away to to intense hatred but maybe if he went to ireland he might have some expertise that that so yeah he start aren't stopping us on his part was.
"spg" Discussed on ShopTalk
"And if it was you would have a very limited rarely limited designed tool as fiji is something that you ex court out as it's not something that really ever make sense to save two as a file format you've got for example fig ma is a which i think is a really radd designed to on i i'm i'm looking forward to seeing uh kind of the place that it takes in the digital design industry but the the way that they export spg could not be more different they um for them it's a priority to allow designers to re import in as fiji file and have it kind of be exactly the same in the designed tool as it was when it left in order to do that there's tons of custom attribute send a mere they've got their own name space and all of this extra code not to mention that um hits it's completely unreadable everything has like a mask around it everything's being referenced in a used element it's it's just a massive the he mess in order to are kind of take that approach of allowing designers to to reimport it i i think that spg is is a incredibly capable but should never be confused as as being a ton of an archive format or a file format for for an original design yeah that's tricky is i doubt i bet like us you know like original as fiji 'spect authors would like probably quite you about that you're no he designed this to be absolutely in archival format you know but but at like twenty years ago yeah that's just not how it's shaken out these days you know like each definitely shouldn't be the form at that you keep your designed documents with design soft rolex catcher illustrator like now lead right let sketch illustrate have their proprietary action going on air and have us fiji be this like output or meth it's like occurs i'll target on azure outta i like.
"spg" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"What do i know maybe he just can't shoot i i don't know of risk dennis met the dallas i like a lot of a look at a really good i i got i was shocked monk fell just like you with a yellow by lukanov go ahead other knows worst picking the dryer worst in tatum thanks i will lead late one am one b but worse i i just don't like i think he might be a notary pony they play to use only shot where one of them on the eib great defender on think he's going to be able to create for others that much on things can be able to create against mba defense out ab outside that get take a guy like that topped will ninos dan van gundy lottery back as a track record of developing these young guys elinson i got now for the all star game last year stanley johnson's beckett the supermax uh who else like that they draft koa polk koa pope 25 twenty game score nia so you know spg will develop them just right you're gonna hear this absolutely everywhere but the warriors uh i don't hate the the champion the seventy three win and then sixty whatever when team going out and setting historical precedent buying jordan bell they're like out mccall last year had like that same heck the accident late that seems just be the wave light okay we like this one guy red than light trading up to get a first round pick.
"spg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Dollar bid from boston based harbor vest yes it's london vs boston hair spg has been trying to come up with alternative to hold of the software in late yes last night we got the details and spg said is going to have reached a tentative due to sell half of its core player to have specialist funds i'm a tons of money to catch spg shareholders and then overtime it we're trying sell off the remainder of his assets on paper this could add up to them more than the six hundred fifty pence but boston based top of esty is offering but dig deep and the risks attached to this pg's alternative really are so big that they narrow the premium really sub start treatment keep it is in the loss pot of the the the deal be finding bias for its remaining assets over time it's going to be very on clearest whether they can perfect but assets will fetch the price of spg thinks it cat and i think it's like kang get the money for those assets of course the value of the offer declined steve blake now the other thing today to be off that this alternative transaction isn't a done deal get it still subject to due diligence to bigger risks here it's an eleven paola off the press fiji the ceo has secured a choice of strip sorts were hash and holders not clear that she secured a decisively better off again ok i would haven't bloomberg eppler at occur in our london bureau thanks very much you can read more fast commentary and instant analysis at bloomberg dot com slash gavin floyd or by typing ga df go on the bloomberg karen baseball now it's time for our daily bloomberg love brief exploring regulations in the notion today bloomberg said discusses the first oral arguments of the supreme court its new term he's aged liza griffen a professor at pace university law school and worried little a professor of you see hastings college of law murray tell us more about the backs of this case of alleged frye brady well it the call i don't complicated as state official not a date in puerto rico but the man wanted to legislation enacted and went to a couple date vendors there and bought them i'm expensive ticket who bought kidnapped in lobs vegas then i will now club's biggest pay for hotel rooms it better i didn't golf course alleged because right now they've been acquitted onto comes to convicted on one the bad indicted.