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Belarus foreign minister blames NATO, West for Ukraine war
"Russia made its case to the world Saturday for its war in Ukraine repeating a series of grievances about its neighbor and the west to tell the UN General Assembly that Moscow had no choice but to take military action At the heart of foreign minister Sergei Lavrov's address was a claim that the U.S. and its allies not Russia as the west maintains are aggressively undermining the international system that the UN represents Through an interpreter he said the future of the world is being decided today It is clear to any impartial objective The question is whether or not that is going to be the kind of order with one hegemon at the head of it He also took aim at U.S. support of Taiwan Washington is trying to turn the entire world in its own
Crimea 'sabotage' highlights Russia's woes in Ukraine war
"A space of explosions and fires in the Russian annexed territory of Crimea is highlighting the challenges that Russia is facing in the war in Ukraine The explosions and fires ripped through an ammunition depot in Crimea as fires continued to burn a day later Russian state TV journalists was near the scene when the explosions went off This is the safest distance from where we can observe the explosion Russian officials suspect sabotage Sergei axion of the Russian appointed governor of Crimea held a briefing a day after the explosions Procedure details are being clarified if there were such saboteurs everything necessary for a search will be taken and has been already taken Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky and citizens to stay away from Russian arms depots and occupied areas However the leader admitted whoever did cause the explosions was helping the Ukrainian people in its fight against the Russians The destruction of the occupiers logistics are ammunition military and other equipment and command posts saves the lives of our people I'm Karen Chammas
Blasts, fire hits military depot in Russian-annexed Crimea
"More explosions fire and damage have been reported in northern Crimea Massive explosions and fires have hit a military depot in Russia annexed Crimea Evacuating from my square with his cat described seeing clouds of smoke flashes and debris falling down until emergency personnel said they were evacuating everyone Crimea's regional leader Sergei aksenov said two people were injured and thousands of evacuated from villages near the explosions Russia blamed the blast on an act of sabotage While Yuri ignaz a spokesman for Ukraine's air force said the enemy does not know how to use fire safety measures which makes us all happy not only the military but the whole of Ukraine I'm Jennifer King
Blinken, Russian diplomat speak on Griner offer
"Secretary of State Antony Blinken says he has pushed his Russian counterpart to accept the U.S. offer for freeing two American detainees It was blinken's first phone call with the Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov since before the Ukraine invasion blinken earlier this week revealed what he called a substantial proposal for Russia to release basketball star Brittany griner and Paul Whelan I urged foreign minister Lavrov to move forward with that proposal I'm not going to characterize his response and I can't give you an
Russia's Lavrov says he will discuss US prisoner swap offer
"Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov has confirmed an upcoming phone conversation with Secretary of State Antony Blinken Lavrov tells the media the call will be about the exchange of prisoners exchange of persons he says being in custody in Russia It is thought the two will likely discuss the potential prisoner exchange to bring home basketball star Brittany griner who's been detained in Moscow since February Lavrov added the foreign ministry does not handle such issues but then I will listen to what he blinken has to say I'm Charles De Ledesma
'New Cold War': Russia and West vie for influence in Africa
"Is it a new Cold War Russia and the west Pfeiffer influence in Africa Russian French and American leaders are criss-crossing Africa to win support for their positions on the war in Ukraine waging what some say is the most intense competition of influence on the continent since the Cold War Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov in his travels across the drought and hunger stricken continent has sought to portray the west as the villain blaming it for rising food prices while French president Emmanuel Macron has accused the Kremlin of cynically using food as a weapon words perhaps calculated to appeal to listeners in post colonial Africa I'm Charles De Ledesma
Russia Continues Shelling in Ukraine’s East as War Divides G20
"Deeply divided at top diplomats a struggling to find common ground over Russia's war in Ukraine and how to deal with its global impacts Consensus appears to remain elusive amid deepening east west splits driven by China and Russia on one side and the U.S. and Europe on the other All the main players are at the G 20 marking the first time since Russia's invasion of Ukraine that Secretary of State Anthony blinken and Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov have been in the same room the
'It's just hell there': Russia still pounds eastern Ukraine
"Russia's military machine pounds eastern Ukraine Fierce fighting continues in the Donbass region of Ukraine President volodymyr zelensky says the Russian army is concentrating artillery aerial attacks and offensive forces Battles have been raging in villages in eastern Luhansk and local governor Sergei Hadi tells The Associated Press the situation and severo Donetsk is very difficult He says Ukrainian forces hold just one area the azot chemical plant where a number of fighters and hundreds of civilians are taking shelter It's just how there he writes everything is engulfed in fire the shelling doesn't stop even
Russia Has Filled Ukrainian Water Canal to Crimea
"Russia's drawn closer to its goal of fully capturing Ukraine's eastern industrial heartland of coal mines and factories as the Kremlin claims to have taken control of 97% of one of the two provinces that make up the Don bass region Russian defense minister Sergei shoigu says Moscow's forces hold nearly all of luhan's province and it appears that Russia now occupies roughly half of the next province according to Ukrainian officials and military analysts while Russia has superior firepower Ukrainian defenders are entrenched and have shown the ability to counterattack on Tuesday president volodymyr zelensky said Russian forces had made no significant advances
Lavrov in Turkey to discuss plan to ship Ukrainian grain
"Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov is expected to hold talks with Turkish officials on a plan that could allow Ukraine to export its grain through the Black Sea to global markets amid an escalating food crisis Lavrov arrived in turkey days after some NATO members reportedly refused to allow his plane to fly through their airspace to reach Serbia Lavrov however was able to fly directly to turkey over the Black Sea Turkey wants a UN led mechanism that would create a secure corridor for the shipment of Ukrainian grain and then for Russia to export food and fertilizer in the torx Lavrov's also expected to focus on Turkish plan to launch a new cross border offensive in northern Syria against Syrian
"sergei" Discussed on WTOP
"Moscow's declared gold is to take full control of the entire Donbass region but Ukrainian defenders there are among the country's most they are well trained forces they have shown the capability to actually counterattack This morning WTO national security correspondent JJ green with an update on the fighting After having fighting in recent weeks in eastern Ukraine and Russian territorial gains Ukrainian forces recaptured part of several Donetsk This city is a key part of the Russian military's tactical and operational objectives According to British intelligence Russia is planning to cut off several from the rest of the region across the north and the south That operation appears to have stalled just as almost everything Russia has tried to do in Ukraine But one thing Russia's military has achieved according to defense minister Sergei shoigu is the land bridge They were working on carving out from Russia to the Crimea He says it's been completed The problem for Russia's military is Ukraine says it won't stop until it's gotten all of its territory back We heard Russia was returning captured fighters from the azov steel plant in Ukraine but there's also news Russia is running into trouble at home over its own troops What is that I tried a Russian court as prohibited the publication of names of soldiers killed in this war against Ukraine local websites have been scrambling to remove previously published information about their fallen soldiers a court has concluded that the list of Russian soldiers killed in Ukraine is a state secret relatives of those killed believe the government's hiding something A similar problem is developed as relatives of the sailors that were killed on the Moscow that sank after being hit by Ukrainian weapons in the Black Sea That's a problem as well Those relatives want to know what happened to their loved ones And yet another embarrassment for the Russian military 12 Russian officers have been disciplined for sending hundreds of young conscripts into the war Some of those conscripts have spoken out publicly and essentially said yes we were told we were going on a training but sent into war This was something that the president Vladimir Putin said would not happen.
Russia's top military official says the massive Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol has been "completely liberated"
"Russia has claimed to have captured mariupol in southeastern Ukraine after a nearly three month siege that has left over 20,000 civilians feared dead Russia's defense minister Sergei shoigu declared what he called a complete liberation of mariupol and of the avo style steel plant in the port city the plant was the last stronghold of Ukrainian resistance There was no immediate confirmation from Ukraine Russian state media claimed over 2400 Ukrainian fighters who had been holed up in the steel mill had surrendered as they surrendered the troops were taken prisoner by the Russians and at least some were taken to a former penal colony Others were said to be hospitalized
Lightning strike first against Panthers, win 4-1 in Game 1
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US defense chief talks to Russian counterpart
"The the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. has has has has made made made made its its its its highest highest highest highest level level level level contact contact contact contact with with with with Russia Russia Russia Russia since since since since the the the the Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine war war war war started started started started in in in in late late late late February February February February Pentagon Pentagon Pentagon Pentagon chief chief chief chief Lloyd Lloyd Lloyd Lloyd Austin Austin Austin Austin spoke spoke spoke spoke today today today today with with with with Russian Russian Russian Russian counterpart counterpart counterpart counterpart Sergei Sergei Sergei Sergei Shoigu Shoigu Shoigu Shoigu for for for for it it it it the the the the first first first first time time time time since since since since a a a a week week week week before before before before the the the the invasion invasion invasion invasion spokesman spokesman spokesman spokesman John John John John Kirby Kirby Kirby Kirby gave gave gave gave few few few few details details details details but but but but says says says says all all all all state state state state urged urged urged urged an an an an immediate immediate immediate immediate ceasefire ceasefire ceasefire ceasefire in in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine and and and and emphasize emphasize emphasize emphasize the the the the importance importance importance importance of of of of maintaining maintaining maintaining maintaining communications communications communications communications Pentagon Pentagon Pentagon Pentagon officials officials officials officials have have have have said said said said for for for for months months months months Moscow's Moscow's Moscow's Moscow's refused refused refused refused to to to to take take take take calls calls calls calls from from from from either either either either Austin Austin Austin Austin or or or or joint joint joint joint chiefs chiefs chiefs chiefs chairman chairman chairman chairman mark mark mark mark Milley Milley Milley Milley Sager Sager Sager Sager may may may may got got got got me me me me at at at at the the the the White White White White House House House House
Panthers rout Capitals 5-1 in Game 2 to even series
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Capitals rally late, stun top-seeded Panthers 4-2 in Game 1
"The the the the capitals capitals capitals capitals come come come come from from from from behind behind behind behind to to to to upset upset upset upset the the the the Panthers Panthers Panthers Panthers for for for for two two two two for for for for a a a a road road road road win win win win in in in in game game game game one one one one of of of of the the the the first first first first round round round round of of of of the the the the Eastern Eastern Eastern Eastern Conference Conference Conference Conference playoffs playoffs playoffs playoffs T. T. T. T. J. J. J. J. Oshie Oshie Oshie Oshie scored scored scored scored the the the the winning winning winning winning goal goal goal goal midway midway midway midway through through through through the the the the third third third third period period period period Tom Tom Tom Tom Wilson Wilson Wilson Wilson and and and and Evgeny Evgeny Evgeny Evgeny Kuznetsov Kuznetsov Kuznetsov Kuznetsov also also also also scored scored scored scored Lars Lars Lars Lars eller eller eller eller got got got got the the the the empty empty empty empty netter netter netter netter and and and and VTech VTech VTech VTech valid valid valid valid check check check check stopped stopped stopped stopped thirty thirty thirty thirty shots shots shots shots Sergei Sergei Sergei Sergei Bobrovsky Bobrovsky Bobrovsky Bobrovsky kept kept kept kept forty forty forty forty in in in in the the the the game game game game with with with with thirty thirty thirty thirty four four four four saves saves saves saves Sam Sam Sam Sam Bennett Bennett Bennett Bennett and and and and Claude Claude Claude Claude Giroux Giroux Giroux Giroux scored scored scored scored for for for for the the the the top top top top seeded seeded seeded seeded Panthers Panthers Panthers Panthers who who who who finished finished finished finished the the the the season season season season with with with with an an an an NHL NHL NHL NHL best best best best one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred twenty twenty twenty twenty two two two two points points points points but but but but have have have have not not not not won won won won a a a a game game game game one one one one since since since since nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen ninety ninety ninety ninety seven seven seven seven I'm I'm I'm I'm more more more more in in in in Ruston Ruston Ruston Ruston
Russia, Iran to Take Practical Steps to Circumvent Western Sanctions
"Reuters Russia Iran to take practical steps to circumvent western sanctions Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov on Wednesday said Moscow will work with Iran to take practical steps in an effort to circumvent western sanctions the RIA news agency said it's Russia It's not immediately clear if he was referring to sanctions against Russia exclusively or also against Iran I've warned about this This access of evil and here's the other part
Russia says Ukraine talks are progressing but military onslaught continues
"Russia says U. cream talks are progressing well the onslaught continues with Russia's ground advance on Keith schooled despite the sustained bombardment statements from both sides suggest room for the tools to make progress Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov says a neutral military status for Ukraine is being seriously discussed at business like tools well you cranium president follow the maven ski has described it rushes the moms for ending the war that's becoming more realistic I'm Charles hello this month
Duclair, Verhaeghe help Panthers beat Penguins 4-3
"Four different Florida Panthers player scored as Florida held on to beat the Pittsburgh Penguins forty three the Panthers jumped out to a two nothing lead on goals by Sam Reinhart and Aaron Ekblad before Pittsburgh rallied behind goals from Bryan rust and J. canceled Anthony Duclair and Carter Verhagen put Florida on top two goals again only to have Sidney Crosby scored for the penguins late but Florida goalie Sergei Bobrovsky made thirty two saves and Andrew Burnett's team hold on tourney fourth straight win Tristan Jarry made twenty five saves for the penguins now seven eight in the last fifteen games Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh
"sergei" Discussed on Code Story
"We spend. We went an extra mile to ensure that our investors aren't just someone with money but someone was knowledge and experience someone who would be much debated with their money to share their experience with us. We of course also have advisors and these are intentionally zor to give us advisers because they have their own competitions for that but it's great to have investors who help you with questions that You sometimes not even spags and To be helpful ways but he just knows that you are in the right companies right family of people out say And we realized how helpful it is for us because before starting company before closing or Investment frowned we had certain worries about how these work and we all know. Some horror stories about the vc backed companies who were pushed towards visitation and getting the most revenue out of products And you understand why because they have their own moment. Division return the return of mass men and other things are important and of course the are why not be here but as a hand picking the right investors really helped to start and When we started talking to potential investors for our seed round We discovered that. Apparently some sam And actually manuals menu of Venture venture capitalists are not only great business people but just create people general. General just enjoyed talking to them. You finish your co zam debated and energized as opposed to be drained by someone who. I know pressuring you for some financial topics and this is really helpful. This is. I don't know if i know how. Many potential startup founder. Us are listening to this podcast but out says at going an extra mile findings. Right investor is a major tributary to the success of your company. Because your ideas like they will change ten times hunger times gazillion of times but the right investor will help you Changing sam and have you Be help you follows the right direction. What we talked about a mistake but a little bit different spin. If you could go back to the beginning but would you do differently or where would you consider taking a different approach. We started our company pretty laid with gave Gave the goal after the project being zero for six years and It was successful for a hope of four years or at least it feels like four years ago got some traction retraction and When you start something sweet. You're getting lots of questions. Why now why. Not three years ago four years ago when you saw that uptake and you of course have an explanation for everything or maybe. It wasn't just the right moment for you start. But i do think that some projects aren't could be more successful when it comes to commercial commercialization of a open source project could be more successful z. Where commercialize it early also to match the expectations. In our case thing we are pretty well aligned with the expectations on and open source versus products and everything. But just how just how to start something when you see this. I know hyper across supposed to just the rest of the market catching up with the solution that you already created so if we if we were bit more on ready to start the company let's say two years ago or three years ago i believe it would be easier for us not to mention that would hire more. People were not like with hire people bags on and would be more successful maintaining some of the community contributions we receiving and not saying that we have a problem right now because test contains is extremely popular but on zaza hand. I think we took too long to convince ourselves that. Now's the time to start the company for the project and Let me division. Starting a company can be can like can be just something can be money. You just want to earn a lot of money. But in our case our main motivation was to take it to the next level to make task continues something officially supported the. Stop to stop tanning Somethings that is Like once the most painful things you have to say as the main tare. Sorry we don't have time for that. We maintain it and the spare time. And unfortunately we don't have capacity to handle this feature or this request or this conversation and if we started the company sweet years ago. Let's say Who knows how would go. Because we didn't have experience we had now but on hand we had more capacity to Handle everything. I always twenty twenty right. You wouldn't be where you are right now for wouldn't have been for how you started but i do. That's why i asked that question because there are things like f. I knew what i knew now. I probably would do things differently. We'll ask questions sergei so you're getting on a plane and you're sitting next to a young entrepreneur who's built the next big thing. The jazzed about they can't wait to show it off to the world can't showed up to you right there on the plane. What advice do you give that person. Having gone down this road a bit. My i advise because i really struggled being shirt This episode i guess but My first advisor will give is to not be afraid and to not underestimate what he'll she has build because there aren't any great company seltzer. If you think about it. I mean successful gave yes grade. Maybe and when you start exploring services for particular domain you want us always discovers that none of them are ideal. Some of them are perfect. Some of them agreed but none of.
"sergei" Discussed on Code Story
"Sign up when you start your product just because you don't want to you want to satisfy them wants to have one billion unsatisfied users. You want to have ten thousand extremely satisfied ones and when it comes to open source projects of this cannot live with your users but what you can do can limit the inflow of issues features and contributions to keep your products solid and makes total sense. I've had Mitchell hashimoto on the show. And i think everything that comes out of hashish corpus pretty solid so i agree anything sumptious. You make their about a tool Coming from those guys could be dangerous. So what does the future look like for your product and for your team. I just realized that that for your question about the team size. Because it's not just me and richard does a wise. I would not be happy. He'll because When you start company no matter what company is the most important tasks. One task dame minus. One task is to start hiring. We have the best community elders so we were able to hire six employees from the community we museum and they are amazing engineers because the iron just users there's someone who were building extremely good software with the right twos where tasks continues being one of them but that's how we learned about them and we are currently team of eight with six people already started and Two more joining us in october and by the end of the year we plan to be a tan to wealth engineers. We adapt to start up so we start with engineers purely engineers because it makes more sense. Of course we have some really really big dreams but we want to do. We want to We identified the problem and the problem is modern task. Things that it still belongs to. Not the right people would say. And don't want to underestimate the value of a qa teams. Were someone who's panzer time conger percent of their time writing test. Let's say but. I believe that testing some scenes that belongs to developers we are big advocates of shift left testing testing that goes back to developers because it originated a divorce and I could shoot should be. Their developer should be writing tasks and we were struggling with lack of tuning. We knew that. Let's say integration task. Brian thing do but it was really hard to do. because starting those environments configuring zam wasn't extremely challenging task especially before dunker. So now what we want to do. We just want to give testing back to the hands of developers and we want to make sure that since developers are quite picky species Like you would not just give them anytime. You just need to make sure that the twos you're gaming to sam are really really good so sad they start using it say they used them and they would never stop using them so this wide importance is why is some attempts to be. Major testing for developers have failed. Because i don't think they really understood what the war is want. And to give you an example there are many startups that are and where focusing on the idea of recreating production warrants for testing and wild. Sounds like some things the warriors would want to do eventually. They start realizing that okay to test their services maybe say the needs their whole production environment. Just run one it with verify that these database returns this data and that this point return to corrupt jason and the turnaround. Time is extremely extremely high. Like you would need to wait for mile tans of minutes sometimes To just wait for this environments to be created so we started pushing it back to size and cd environments and it created this gap between software development life cycle. Where you code something on your machine and dan you tax your service and when you submitted the requested see were you delivered and this. This gap creates performance degradation for developers. Their performance degrades. Because either zahra not passing a toll. Which leader will be spotted during the stage or maybe the testing but they need to wait for tens of minutes for their to finish and Especially if you're netflix. Let's say if you're a net fix you would not try to start the whole netflix. Just to test your movie catholic service right because they have this stage. I dunno hundreds of millions services. I think ballpark estimate. Yeah so starting odom with require lotta resources but if you only need to test your mortgage service and you know that your movie service requires some database at last search and it talks throughout efficient service to verify your credentials san. Perhaps you don't need to start the whole metrics. John need to start elastic search. Because it's your database. That's what you would want to use during your service Your test and then in need to start something that will talk. Kwok can do everything else as out vacation service not necessarily artificial service because occupation service itself may bring five hundred databases to more caches and five services. Depending on how. Your graph dependencies look Looks like but in fact you could just start something that would talk the same protocol. Let's say hdp protocol and you may also want to add some contract tasks name to confirm that When you talk vacation service your assumptions in your tass about your rick fast are aligned with how to define it in the protocol of artificial service and then your task become something you can run on your machine and not only can run on your machine. It becomes like you can run on every called change. You're making suzette you write some code and then you run your test and this test will be running in environment that is as close to production as possible without having to start coober need this. Or what's not for your production environment tested. Let's switch to use sergei. Who influences the way that you work. Emit co cto architect. Really any person name a person you look up to. And why i. It's my co-founder richard. Learn a lot from him. We never had a chance to work with him. The same company worked Different companies and. Now it's our first attempt at the working together and just collaborating project on open source project but apparently have so much to learn from him and another time talking about some soft skills as because he's from england from london and you know the there is a lot you can learn from these folks but also on technical side of things on brining company on everything. I'm so glad that he he got convinced. Join me sokaia fonder. Because he took me mainly months to convince him that he should quits scanner and start the company together with me and it wasn't an easy task because he has kids of family and everything zen our investors visors..
"sergei" Discussed on Code Story
"That was made back sir and it still remains relevant and it's still the best decision that the project made out say was to never ever ever leave the domain of integration testing so it was actually stated in projects we read means that task containers isn't something that would let you create your own cabrini. Let's say it's not a general purpose libraries that would provide union defrays for starting and stopping containers for any use case and the use case was always strictly defined integration testing the sweet spot for testing Especially in the era of micro services we could of course start adding more layers and we could consider take providing anton testing system testing solution top. But it wasn't a go and it was just distract us so much that we would never deliver what task containers east day. And i believe it was a great decision Initial vision for the project to stick to the same pardoning that would let us improve and with let us at certain features that otherwise would require multiple routes depending on the use case. One of such futures actually was something that makes test continuous unique for any testing library. Especially those that require external resources. Starting annual resource isn't most important tosco would save the most important task for testing. Knobkerries used to destroys resources. Once you're done with your cast task contents work bags and inside you would just register shutdown hoop an answer and of your task session but would destroy everything. Those already. great improvement as compared to manual resource management but beefed. We discard that. Sometimes you're running tests on jenkins and then you forcibly stopped stopped to jenkins sand and secure the gel process and when you receive the signal. None of the shutdown hooks will get executed so you start containers but zan your process dies. There is no way we could inject ourselves into determination process and it led to dangling containers and obvious is something you would want to see on cd systems especially with some tools that claims that they simplify things for you but then you discover especially when someone comes to us. Someone can maintain this system and tells you. Hey why do we have tens of containers riding on not. Because i don't see any activity from jenkins and you realize okay. You have this problem. We started fighting with the problem. And instead of is detecting shutdown could just start additional contain for every sessions. If you run every task sessions to run it would record every container you start and if it loses the activity your main process than pooja start destroying everything. The hardest problem any software development is to find a name for something and richard had his great suggestion that why don't we called and associated don't know rook is name of think was god dass from desktop Any men or manga. They deal death note. Manga was that there was a book that accidentally god of the has he accidentally dropped his book and then a human being picked it up and dan was able to kill everyone. Peru could get written into his book so if your name got added to the book dass to the desktop than eventually something will happen to you. So the main is a beep depressing but does and When it comes to continuous comes to forcibly kissing containers. It was the best possible name because it was doing. Exactly that would just record. Everything does this Sidecar container and we never ever ever ever seen san had an issue report that they're dangling containers because no matter what happens to him process we would still have this contain running. That would eventually cannot everything so from that point. Then how did you progress the product and in how matured it and i'm interested in in how you went about building your roadmap and deciding. Okay this is the next most important thing to build. I guess for task containers open source project. What was really successful is shortly after joining the project Since i had this feeling of excitement of discovering the project i started doing conference dogs and has started just presenting virus and adapt presenting it. Biggest shallow conferences talks about task. Continuous i to let more people know about it. Existence but secondly to receive feedback about how fuse to use elaborate and of course when he started nobody knew about as elaborate was wasn't at poplar because i clock joining it quite early but eventually we start seeing more and more people attending talks. Not because they want to learn about the labs he wanted to hear updates people were xavier forming our roadmap because we were feedback driven. Sometimes he needed ignore feedback. Because he knows that you could deliver some things that would make it obsolete but on zaza hans especially at early stages feedback is the most important. Because that's exactly what would help you understanding your product and for deaf. Does i guess that's something unique. Where you understand your product so well because you're divorced yourself everything your users are telling you. As opposed to sending some pattern matching application and imagine not having any pats and then developing supplication and none of the feedback would explain you what it actually actually feels using your product but with staff does it's exactly the case hunger percent match. It was great because we didn't really need to invent features we just we had incorporates feedback and then the library became very feedback feeding. I make sense that builds a much better product when you're building for people that are telling you what they want right but i get your point to where you kinda sometimes you have to listen and sometimes you have to interpret what people are really trying to ask for so let's switch to team. So how did you go about building. Your team is is it you and your cto. And that's it or is there more people for five years We were working on the response time and we had this conversation like okay so there was so much adoption biggest companies into world. They using task container something to think about it. Like red hot. Vm were ibm. google play. cts spotify the all one way or another using task contains. We even made it to google cloud next keynote where task contains was presented as z solution for testing. Before you deploy your services to google. Library eventually became the goal to solution for integration testing. Until at least in pays now we also have very active person goaling pyden in now jazz and dot net in fact we have versions and dot net so we need to consider aids. I guess that's an indicator of success out of something that went wrong. We had this question. Should we monetize. Or how could we monetize. Question was an easy because we all had our full-time jobs. And when say we. Oh i'm also referring to kevin vedic who joined us as cert- maintain containers jolla and who's currently was us at the dunk jar but bags and was just three or four core maintains of task containers Java and community and we had our time jobs we were pretty. Happy was sam I got my job at pivotal leader. The unware acquired people to richard was scanner. Cayman was doing his. 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"sergei" Discussed on Code Story
"The some more on code story. Sergei gurov grew up in a small city of only one hundred thousand citizens which is huge compared to subsidies. He grew up in siberia in the cold. Part of the country. His personal record for how cold it was. During his time there was negative fifty three degrees celsius a funny story on that same day he had to go out into the weather to the post office to pay his internet bill so he could play video games at sixteen years old. His favourite game at the time was might and magic which is also fifty percent of russia's favor games well. The cold weather was partially the reason he got into tech because he could do it at home indoors but other than that. He was regular kid who likes to skateboard and play guitar in his band. Through a chance. Discovery and dockers ecosystem sergei discovered an open source tests container library and realize that the approach he was taking test containers was out there in the wild he was invited to be a co maintain her to the open source library which would eventually become their current company. Today this is the creation story of atomic jar. Jar is the result of five years of talking with richard the creator of a project behind it about the idea that five years but some years talking about starting company because when he worked an open source project You could actually be working on all sorts projects for many many many years in was the case for us with richard and richard. Richard norris co-founder creator of task containers open source testing library. Integration testing library does a very strong focus on developers for five years. We've been working on. This library are part time. Some of our employees were supporting a de of working in libraries. So we kind of had no issues getting time to work on it Also have families who do things outside of our work hours extremely grateful for five years ago. working zero toronto theft does company in estonia And be had our own debris that was letting us do testing With docker basically the idea was at some moment moment. We relies it came. Why would we use the docker composed for us. Our testing needs because declarative cannot achieve. Everything we need. We just want to have more control and after we are developers fueled rather prefer to our top five years ago. Docker was something different five years ago. Docker wasn't sampson's it was on everyone's machine and in every production system was rather something new. Something people started to discuss our but started gaining suppler as death-toll something you'd use during the development and maybe cd stage i was advocating docker solution for testing and we just ended up with ideas. That seems docker exposes its api. We could just talk directly to docker. We could start. Contain you stop. Continuous restart containers connect everything just by talking to fbi directly. Deal fresh mania solutions so Our library was in their source libraries. That we just created internally to test one child agents and eventually there is really cool feature on top where you look at some issue and then you see cross-references from repositories and so as a reference from So i was looking at docker doku java library so i was clearly in the of docker and I was looking for a solution. And not referenced from something called task containers and i was like. We develop our testing with docker. Now looking at something for dolkar mentioning something. Something tasks something totally devin. Have a luke and look and i get so excited because Debt libraries at open source library was ding basically the same And we were silent on the limitations. That i just click you clear rush to my manager and told him like okay. What's the point of us. Having our own inner source library there is one that is open source and we don't need to spend time recreating. This thing was also could start contributing. We decided to a backboard some of the features that we had our internal version to test contain and started contributing more and more and eventually i was hungry. He was my requested. Believes that. Richard just invited me as a commentator just relies on docker could be really great solution for just unifying. You're testing setup and it was indeed so let's dive into the mvp a little more so you mentioned docker mentioned their api. Tell me how long it took to build. And what sort of tools you used outside of those couple of things bring into life initially thought that is gonna take months or two and then you can call don because it's so trivial right you just implement start continue implement. Stop container and you. Can you can call library called solution and in the was exactly that you could just start container stop continues and it was a for sade associate young. You didn't need to know exactly how docker works but instead you could just code something and it will work with any docker image available and It was a very simple. It was framework agnostic. So you didn't have to use a spring specifically and here until kim about java but later we gained some traction from as a commune into center we got over versions and but initial version ends and most popular one right now is the version so he didn't have to stick to any particular framework. You could use. The library was any framework you want and was as simple as just coating your containers because writing code is something that every developer knows how to do and nowadays would say that it was a low code solution to integration testing with docker but bags and nobody was talking about. Low corden wasn't terminal so with with any mvp or you have to make certain decisions and trade offs about you know what you're going to cut in short-term and what sort of technical debt maybe you're gonna take on just to get a solution working tell me about some of those decisions and trade offs you had to make and how you cope with.
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"sergei" Discussed on Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast
"And we're back. Kristaps andrey sons and i have just watched state funeral directed by sergei nitsa. And before we tell you what we thought about it. This is not a narrative film. So it's not really a plot summary but kristaps is going to give us an overview of what we see in this film's if you haven't seen it yet and you don't want to have it. Spoiled sounds weird talking about historical documentary. But be that as it may. This is. this is where kristaps will be talking about what happens so yeah over to you kristaps while this is a collection of various archive footage of from both happened during stalin's death. Then it's basically it takes through the whole process and the archive footage. Both an just goes through all of the funeral seizure through the through. The fact that how stalin's death is announced that the bob blake at how people react and how people basically by up newspapers three more on this and then there is The the funeral the preparation. And then there's the funeral itself and people enter and there is kind of the hall procedure everything and then there's a parade and there's a lot of speeches. It goes through a long list of everything that happened through the funeral. In various parts of the soviet union and how people reacted. And it's a very. It's a slow movie and the most important part about this. I think is not exactly. It goes through very chronologically. You can clearly see through from the beginning to the end of everything but it shifts its focus and it doesn't happen in one spot. It happens like through various places in time and focuses on various different aspects for example. There's just before the funeral in the preparation phase. There's also this kind of scene. Where all the foreign delegations arrived from the soviet bloc and there's czechoslovakian bulgaria and then there are people's representatives and they come to their goodbyes to stalin and a lot of speeches are given if you If fluids and russian they're going to be amazing goes through guy it's kind of. It's kind of hard to describe because well if you've if you've ever imagined how a state funeral would go through from a From a perspective of watching it on the sidelines and just filming through how people react and how guests arrive and how speeches are given. That's that's that basically but an it's it's more it's more i think about the people inside the whole story rather than about the story itself. At least that's how i observed it and it's like the every every stage of this the funeral it's not chaptered but you can see like announcement early stages and everything every stages ready ready throw and you get to see a lot of perspectives on the same same aspect happening all the time. That was a great summary. Kristaps thank you. I hope it was because it's not easy to give everything. This exact description Snow because this is so much so many like little details..
"sergei" Discussed on Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast
"That's the spirit. Yes yes. I think. I think if you have an interest in in history and politics especially especially right now you kind of have to have like a pretty high. I guess. Depression slash sadness tolerance level builds up I don't even know what that is. But yeah so what inspired you to start the podcast in crystal so that started out with my in my backroom and i was listening to dan carlin. Everyone uses carlin really and then he had his forums back in the day where before he before he had the shut him down shutting down and was a history student. So what i did was. I collected a bunch of stories about how it was like servants soviet army that is stories from the people there and they seem kind of you know a bit crazy now then interesting so i just posted a blog. They're on those then. Carlin forums. And then mr dad himself told me that. Hey why don't you make your own podcast and that was back in like what five years ago. At this point where podcasts were just appearing growing in there weren't as many independent podcasters so i grew up from there basically Yeah yeah yeah. I mean i think many many people certainly in the kind of history slash politics side of things independ- counselors will have been inspired by By done in fact a previous guest going that way to my first series Gyco patrick he actually introduced me to dan. Dan collins podcasts. Like way back. When i was still living in russia. I think i was just home for the summer. So yeah that really his show very much kind of put me onto more independent cost like prior to that. I just been listening mostly to stuff from the bbc. If i'm honest that was essentially just podcast versions radio show. I also listen to the bbc. Show my favorite. One is the like the history one. What's its name with a with with the also journalist guy in our time his okay i was gonna say yet because i am a big big fan of of time. In fact it's it's funny because it's so long running like actually show showbiz gossip just over a year ago. I through like molly my day job. I actually went to the parliamentary book. Awards it was just in that window before covid arrived in the uk..
"sergei" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"Pastor ST 92.5 seconds data days. If you're just joining us for part two of the second date update. We're on the phone with Meg. She went out with a guy named Sergei and accidentally gave him food poisoning on their date. She didn't give it to him. But she took him on a little tour of all the food trucks in their neighborhood and she forced him to eat some street key. Sh didn't fourth him asked him whatever which made him open up. Just maybe not in the way she hoped because he became violently ill, and she had to bring him to urgent care. And once they released him, he has not reached out to her for another date, so Meg, We're going to try our best to figure out what's going on with Sergei. Thank you guys. I really hope street case didn't just live in everything. Well, it could ruin a lot of things. Yeah, probably his pants. But I just think he's embarrassed. I think if we can get through that piece for him, then it seems like a pretty easy second date situation, Man. I still have so I I liked him a lot. All right, Meg. Well, let's call Sergei and find out why he's ghosting you. Are You ready? Yeah. Okay. Here we go. Hello. Could I speak to Sergei, please? This is Sergei. Hey, Sergei, This is young Jeffrey. Give a minute to chat with us. I'm sorry. Who is this? It's young Jeffrey. Are you familiar with us at all? Hey, I guess So, yes, you listen or yes, you're cool. They were calling you. I'm sorry. Just a little confused by all this. Why are you calling me? Good question. Great question. Well, we're doing something called a second date update where we ask people who have gone out on a date recently. Why? They're not calling the other person back. So you recently took out a woman named Meg. And she told us a little bit about what happened. Yeah. Yeah, She feels bad about it, and she's really hoping to get another chance with you. She just wants to know what the reason is. Why you're not getting ahold of her. Okay. And for the record, she feels terrible about the street Keith situation we heard about that. She told you about that? Yes. I mean, if you're going to describe the date, it's pretty pretty big moment like that would be the highlight, right? So you you think me vomiting everywhere was the highlight of the date? That's low light. I mean, just definitely spotlight on the date E C. Are you embarrassed? Is that why you're not calling her back? No. I mean, I had a good time. You know, She's very nice. Even with all that you had a good time before that. That part wasn't real fun, but, yeah, No, She's great. She's very nice. She's great. Okay, that I mean, did you guys have chemistry? Yeah, well, you know, we had fun. We shot it had to have a bunch of food. You heard about the keys fiasco. So, yeah, she was nice to hang out with. So why don't you call in this great, nice fun girl to hang out with, um She just the bottom line is just deserves. You know someone better than me. I can't be honest about my past Haven't been dating for a while. And I just I was thinking I should get back into it or something. But she'd be much better off with somebody you know that. May I just could handle their key. Sh o like, What do you mean? She really likes you a lot. What could be so terrible in your past that makes you undateable for her? I just think I shouldn't be dating. You know, she deserves a guy that can just be wide open about everything. And I just That's just what can't you be open about with her? You get in trouble with the law or something? I sing in divorce. No, no, no, it's not. It's not divorce. I just I don't think if if she thought I just don't think she could accept me. It's not a you know, a common kind of thing like that. So I just Like I keep saying that, but I just I think I just should not be dating right now, especially with her idea because she's she's great and you know, she took care of me when I was sick and all that kind of stuff, So she's really got that sweetness in her and I am just a terrible person. Uh, well, it's been the past. Yes, I mean, but it just Not now, Um, did you commit a crime or something? Like you're painting yourself is a very negative person. And you said Yeah. You sound lovely. Like I would go have a beer with you. I mean, I'm a terrible judge. Yeah, no keys like I don't think you're giving yourself a shot, man. You can't decide for other people what they can and they can't handle. Yeah, but you don't necessarily need to lay stuff on others, You know? I mean, there's Ah, There's a level, you know, and mine's pretty excessive. So it just so you know, just quit. Good idea. Okay, So whatever you did in your past is so bad that you think you deserve to never have love and be single the rest of your life. Is that what you're saying? Well, yeah. I mean, that's why I've been struggling with the whole dating somebody. You know, Meg was my first date. And she was great, and I just You know, it's it's kind of like the way you hurt yourself. Sports injury That's step back on the field. But you're like, Oh, my gosh. No, I'm not ready to all this is Till very painful kind of thing. So I just okay. I don't..
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"sergei" Discussed on Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast
"Invading rest of russia one wednesday and then well then basically leaving moscow. Actually they just they decide us point. I this isn't working l. And they decide to leave before the winter really sets in which that doesn't necessarily come across from the film but that didn't really work well. It doesn't come across the mid trying to get out before the winter sets in. It's just then leaving at the winters. Sorry guys too late. It's really cold now. so yes. This blur an academic leaving and then day slots of people dying of the horses. Die because it's seventy terrible. And then they surrender. Then the old hop on jim Pups again yes to accept the surrender. A was like yes thanks. Everyone for helping out with defending russia. Does anyone else who's pool. Di the prince dies yes. Prince andrei dies wounded in the loss. Bit yep stories. Yeah couple couple. More people so. Ps wife dies. Offscreen she does. Yup whilst agilis mate kindle can devise kids just qura game. He actually died. He actually died in the loss of the end of the law. He he had he still at some point Yeah prince andrei sees him gang. His leg chopped off a guy when he himself is like on a stretcher. Kind of thing but also the peasants with dog. The piazza befriends. very briefly. He dies he gets shot by the french. Keep up and then also natasha's youngest brother. He dies because he to me. He does join the fight. He's about twelve yes against his parents. Protests on the holiest waving rounds and one of the other offices way that so you just got right into the french which doesn't look out great. Yeah yeah it. Turns out out cavalry charging into like defended defended got positions not a good idea with support. Because you have can be bothered to wait round. No yet. his death is colleague hauntingly foreshadowed. It's like oh you're you're such goner late bombing. It's very sad when he dies. It's like it's quite an impact will see your time mixed feelings because you like. You aren't being a bit dumb. Have run told. You didn't have. You were paul guides conscripted and who else i think. That's it from like those. The main erica's yeah very ends. No where pia returns. Yes to the french last. Yes also we missed out a thing let he briefly wants to murder napoleon. Oh yeah i felt. I was just underlying plot point. Yeah i thought they were going to do more without because in all the versions they spend more time on it but he briefly mentioned like briefly. Mentions he's gonna win. The french speaks some french off. Select conveyances house. He ended up having dinner with the french officers. Like oh a and the sharing. Tamari like napoleon's coming here..
"sergei" Discussed on Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast
"Yeah we respectfully to how long it took to film. I have no idea. Yeah but it must have been a law like we have of these kind of like swooping scholz where the camera just can like dives into the middle of the action and then a lot of it is just like the scale of you. Just have what the whole wide screen filled with. Just now troops mulching cavalry charging in like you have people standing on hilltops and all this stuff happening down below them and you just go. How the heck did you come across this. So i'm interested to see how it ends. My suspicion would be. That'd be bit more like the fest film. It's a mix of battle and if not have the second. One was just all toki all toki own fight the yes i would. Book ended with the phone. This bowl like i think. But i think that's a pretty solid prediction but yeah let's get back to onwards right foot. Hello once again and we are back for the final the episode. Hi lyn mckay. The second winds confed pockmarks. And yeah i. I must admit i was. I was definitely definitely flagging and feeling pretty like if you'll pardon the pun shock. Yeah so what has happened in the final installment. While i was trying to think of like a limousine bob moscow pon by can get one. It will get very bleak and walking around like he's an impoverished monte paris as the french of that yelling down most yes i am. Yeah yeah i mean it is. It is ambiguous both from history on this version. Like who did it. Jemaine like whether it's deliberately like the french burning down moscow. Or whether it's the russians like bud down as a kind of like screw you guys on the way out the back door slash winners an accident. I think i think generally the consensus is that it was kind of an accident that is just you have a lot of drunk. People like running around the place and moscow at that. Time was very wooden. I mean you see lots of stone cathedrals but most of the buildings were mostly wooded so combination of all three of those things plus yeah. Yeah yeah yeah. I mean i know there's one version that is like the the russians were just kind of like you know this is so much like to the death we just gonna the our like second city down just to spite you polian but yeah stem happens well. He narrowly avoids death. He does yeah and then the kind of captured by the french on the him and a people. Yeah basically arrested. I guess dragged around the place. Yeah and then there's a like essentially a firing squad. Yeah this fire squad. He makes friends with the peasants with the dog than then you. They will accommodate the next bit between the french..
"sergei" Discussed on Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast
"Last. One is the one that hasn't really setting things. Just keep flying back. Ponte's at yes like. She's very pretty. Yes it is and she is just about to be married to pierre. Okay so again the impression that like you finding this storytelling style. A little unfunny barry Workout really wasn go like the very very broad strikes. You can kinda get. Yeah by any real details guy. Struggling said okay. So there's bruins that we haven't already mentioned. Then it's just the kind of overall light overarching. Setting of the probiotic was an opinion is invited australia. on the australians of allied with russian yelled rhyme. Repel him before he gets into russia. Yeah how's that going by the end of part one selling the findings. Thanks for doing the right. But in the one person's doing right so they visit victory but a minor defeat where they managed to hold off the because some of the russian slash autonomy's been cut off by the french but then they manage to the rest of the manchester off enough for the army to largely light retrea largely retreat without taking significant losses. And then there's the ballot box to let's policies modum pronunciation which ends this disc off your Is yes it's paul one. Yes no even the end of the disc I am the pavilion. Seems to defeat. The combines area version yes armies a defensive eastern europe is not going guess. Austria century are going so well so far. Yes via the details lost. We've had some fun interludes. Oh yes highlights. The marching soldiers there marching through australia singing. Which is fine. But then the the guy in front appears to be employed to solve joni gone says the rest of the soldiers there marching which was unexpected yet. Another favorite thing so far is like more junior of the to the generals. Bugsy on changing hats were already one join hot and then house like an aids just comes to here with a different also giant. Did well the first. The first high this cover like fluffy cap thing is going on on any switches it over to that more giants like a bike on guests. Isn't it. yes. I guess it would be like. Oh yeah it's the kind of thing that if you think napoleon or the duke of wellington that giant which looks at era of military sledding. Yeah it kind of looks. Like kind of like a parent hoffman. Stock the path clear whether the guy that gives them the other half is just like with us his job guy corporal. Hot guy yeah Looking forward to more of that. Yeah i it's an incredibly short film so far only until the thousands of extras. Just yeah the arrow shots Imagine in the sixties. Yeah like meat even hollywood's minded people doing them that often. Yea they're amazing yet. It definitely lives up to that phrase of like throwing just all the money out the screen. Yeah it's it's stunning to look at. Yeah older movies necessarily with such a kind of connected camera always movement all time that site many e- even in the like the toll key show. Yes there's there's there's a lot of There's a lot of movement as of like. I seen this intention. Like from some person's point of view shannon's yes lalain. When the county's yes i will bet dying count and you get so weird blurring ghosting effects and things just. Yeah and then there's one like it's awful but also kind of hilarious point of view sean. Just didn't seem like very much in keeping with the tone of around..
"sergei" Discussed on Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast
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"sergei" Discussed on Movin 92.5
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"sergei" Discussed on The Entrepreneurial You
"Of course you can hire the agency to do it. But then you're giving them a percentage of revenue and again then you also increase the threshold. You need to reach the audience threshold. Make money threats. We were able to monetize the show a little bit more directly than that event that we just told you about By doing a couple of things we essentially bundled the podcast as as a part of offering a bigger offering to organizations that we found out that you know because we are an interview based show we decided to offer to leaders and executives have big companies to interview them on our podcast in front of a live audience and there. We charge them for the reported. Content the podcasts and video acids that we created because they wanted the asset to be able to share it as a sort of pr. Opportunity to the outside world or even internally. Okay so obviously. It's not just. This is the point that we don't want to bring home that. It's not just the boat direct monetize as I always advocate and talk a boat is that there's just so many ways that you can monetize and leverage your podcast for example some of the ways that personally. I do it his way. Creasing doing events hosting live events so Leader cost is one of the events in your house. Kingston leader has women. Both events Two per year than there is coaching. There is You know doing all all elements doing workshops and so on and so forth. So they're several ways that we can monetize podcast and leveraged the idea that we have a podcast to to make money and to make a living so Is there anything else that you WANNA share the deem and Sergi Eh? You have not mentioned as it relates the money tightening podcast while also doesn't look there's a lot of other ideas out there as well that people have probably already heard of like Charging people for premium contract charge premium content using subscription services selling merchandise on your website. These ideas are all great but a good strategy for anyone. That's listening is to really think hard about the value that they specifically are providing to their audience their domain expertise. What they're good at and what they know a lot about because that will actually give you ideas for how you kids specifically. Monetize your podcast. In ancillary ways. Sure you could figure out how to make money through advertising direct advertising on the show but remember that really will depends on only one metric. And that is your audience. If you don't want to wait to have begun to start making money on your show. Do Start Thinking creatively about the value. They use specifically offer. You'll be able to come up with ideas for people to give you money for that value. It's a simple transaction. You're providing the valley in one way or another. You mentioned some great ideas like coaching for example. If that fits your knowledge and domain than sure you're gonNA funneled address people to coach him but if you're not let's say about organizer but something else that you do in your life you're really good at think about how you can incentivize people to pay for that absolutely sounds great zones grades or I so I have been talking with Sergei and the deem revs in thank you thank you jasmine. So much for joining me on the entrepreneurial users sharing with my community your entrepreneurial journey a little bit of it as well as how it is you're able to Podcast leverage to do the things that you want to do to start writing and hosting events and so on and so forth. So I'm GonNa ask you at this time to leave your contact information where or community to be in touch with you. Say hello or stuff like that. Yeah absolutely so the easiest would find us to go to the mentors dot. Co Mentor DOT CO and you can email us at Info at the mentors dot co or a first name Medina or Sergei at the mentors DAPO Especially if you entrepreneurial advice we love talking to people that are going out there and doing great things. Giuffrida reach out to us. There were also on social media on instagram. The mentors podcast and on twitter. It's the mentors amazing. Thank you thank you both so much. I look forward to watching your journey as you continue to inspire media inspired by both of you doing what you love together and and building brands together. Thanks so much. Goes really a pleasure speaking with you and thank you everyone that out there this listening to the show absolutely and thank you my performance you in an end to this episode with the deem and Sergey. I look forward to connecting with you next week. In the meantime of course I'm encouraging you to go grab a copy of podcast. Power of the quickstart guide to launching and leveling up your brand. If you've not already done so it's available on Amazon and I have a nice link for you so that you don't have to go searching for it. Its lead the DOTS and way smash purchase podcast power remember. You were thought to be a winner to win..
"sergei" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
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