17 Burst results for "Sondhi"

"sondhi" Discussed on The Free Agents

The Free Agents

05:20 min | 9 months ago

"sondhi" Discussed on The Free Agents

"Dare you steal that so-called beata maybe sweet home alabama. Isn't it's kind of like crossover of all three of those songs. But somehow you call it the kid rock beat not here warren's yvonne in my book no dunks watch all right so we we gotta gotta trade here to start us off on be stepping. Yeah so you talk about the rockets. Mr jack but what about the warriors. They do not do this. They don't even though james our news. Great great player. They've got sort of a built in bridge with this minnesota. Picking and james wiseman and picks already made for them to go into the next iteration beyond steph curry. I don't think they demolished that to really screw with their system. James harden is fantastic. But if there's any other elite there there's no other elite team that shares the ball and is based on movement and the golden state warriors and. That would just change the way they play. Big time. I don't see them just sacrificing the future for this potential iteration of being good. I just don't see it. I don't know if you guys see it. But i don't i don't see them throwing away their topic here. The number two pick and This minnesota back and other first rounders which you know doing a little research. They would have at least one trae. But i just don't think they do it. That's interesting lead. You grew like you don't think the warriors would want james harden where you grew tasks like they're like nah. We're good well. The worries are win now mode and if you can get james harden especially considering that klay thompson right now and it's only going to cost you andrew weekends who i don't think is a long term part of their future and then the number two pick i think he would have made that trade hold on. I thought he was going to lead them in school. And he may still do scenario but under saying harden and honestly i would love to see this happen just to see draymond. Green and james harden get together. I think it'd be great. But honestly i think this is actually a move the warriors would make if they can because it does give them a legit star the pair lung steph and you would think james harden would go their understanding. His role would be slightly different though he would still plenty of offense. Plenty of shots and plenty of opportunity to score the ball and plenty of thompson's. It took a one on one as well. So i actually think that if this is on the table i think the worries would make this move because again you're going to give up joins wasserman show. Maybe he might be good but right now. That's not your concern. You've got stephanie's prime draymond in his prime you missing. I you look at some of these other teams like the nets who got much better. Of course a lakers of improved the clip again to be better and the worst like if a player of james harden's caliber is a viable. We've gotta go and grab him right now. The war is shown that they're prepared to spend the money. I think going to do this. I think diane the tried for andrew wiggins kandalaksha sondhi ngelo russell as an asset or a potential deluxe. You because they've got the contract now that mack so i think I think if they can make these happen and if if they if you're the records. I think you would do it as well. I think you get that young pick. You get some draft picks with which they and then you're taking the flyer andrew because andrew wiggins is going to be a hot potato for a while but why not james harden wants out and he's going anyway. That's not a bad package in return. What do you think the warriors would do this in a heartbeat. And we should hope that this trade never actually comes to fruition. Because we'd be back where we were from two thousand seventeen to two thousand nineteen where the warriors of the best team in the league with two mvp's and two all stars alongside them. This would be a no brainer for the warriors to get james harden for a guy who has never played for him and andrew wiggins the guy we're talking about is maybe the worst contract in the league by the way worse contract in the league. I hate to say it. It might be klay thompson. He signed to a monster deal right now and he's going to be missing two straight seasons we have no idea how he's gonna come back. Everybody assumes he'll age nicely but if the warriors were offered james harden for james wiseman come on. That's an easy move and they would be the best team in the league right away. Yeah it's not. Just james wiseman it's their whole vault of assets it's everything they have wiseman or andrew wiggins or the minnesota first round picks up plus would pardon for a two seasons. After this. they've already got steph. Curry locked up got draymond locked up. They've got klay locked up when he eventually does come back. I'm in. It's going to be fun playing those three guys together. Yeah it's i don't see them doing it. They're not gonna do it. Because i don't think that the rockets would this. What's really the difference. James harden and kevin durant throwing them into that system. It would be the exact same. They're trying to win as many titles as they can with curry and draymond green adding an that helps kevin durant fine moving off the ball a little bit. James harden does not and kevin durant was in his twenties when he when they made this trade and harden is not at this point. Yeah i mean it all depends how high they are on. James wiseman and a high in theory. Pick that you're getting from minnesota next year and i don't know what that draft class is like says it's amazing but i i'm wesleyan. Tk this here and they want to win now because they got curry. You know getting up there in years. They like you're getting another. Mvp would atom instantaneously for this deal. I mean if it's just wiggins as really the only player already banned kelly break eighty million dollars this year because yeah yeah if you go build another arena with the money the luxury tax they'd have to pay for james harden and being in the repeater tax..

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"sondhi" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"sondhi" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"Could we David. S Your new. Name. That younger nut from I know where's that? Borderland pause. Young. You could say. Oh goodness. We. Not Do this Oh my God. John Tell you why we say good morning to where we have. Good Morning Good morning in the wife. What's her name again? Yeah. The Christmas party had to fly shoes on deck and his wife was looking absolutely beautiful for rail. They both walk the nail winning winning. We walked in there winning oh they didn't look. Came in looking like a bag of money and what happened inside you had like A. Did you ever recorder with you? That was missing witness son and his wife like a piano. Right had to fly shoes on the. Piano. Yeah. You never. Right. Just started. asking. Hey girl. Kate to solve to my lovely wife, Neda. Are you on that treadmill the. Keep it going at brother keep that same energy. With that. Yet, one day thing. He's on his bike now. Right he's A. Gentleman Nomo cycle just get active everyone. Bob. Some not talk the. After show yesterday. To Boban Soda and Bob said. A beautiful things about the Sondhi. And Just a matter of fact, if you still in a chat room yeah, we bob loves you brother. I would hope. Never Hey. Mambo another Nina I. Keep his wife's name Atra. Oh. Say. Not like you..

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"sondhi" Discussed on GSMC Book Review Podcast

GSMC Book Review Podcast

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"sondhi" Discussed on GSMC Book Review Podcast

"Your host Sarah and I continue my quest to catch up before the decade is over. Yeah I. Know we started this decade maybe it could be the decade. I'm in the middle of which you know that's another four and a half years before I hit another decade but. I don't know I don't know which is more realistic four and a half years or nine and a half years. Either way I continue my quest to catch up and that quest is. It's going I can't say if it's going well, but it is at least going it hasn't stalled but I don't know if I feel any better about catching than I did it for the last episode Any who. I am very happy to bring you this week's author interview. I am speaking with Suzanne Park who not only has one novel coming out this year but to and The first one is her debut novel. So she has her debut novel and then her Sophomore I guess, you could say coming out in the same year, which is very exciting, and especially in twenty twenty, which has been a little bit of a weird year. She has these two books coming out relatively close to one another, and we are going to talk about both of those books. The first one that we talk about is a young adult book and it is called the perfect escape. The two main characters in this book are teenagers, high school students, and they both work in. And Escape Room they are the staff and the actors who work in the environment. Have you ever done as an escape room? I. Have Not I know some people who have but I have never actually done and escape room and it sounds really interesting. This particular escape room involves zombies. So one of the characters is a kind of the not exactly tour guide, but the person who leads the group into the escape room and gives them the the rules etc. then another character is one of Sondhi's, which is very fun. I think I. I think I would of like to be one of the zombies although she doesn't have to sit in the closet for a lot of evening in maybe that wouldn't be so much fun but you know then getting to jump out and be Zombie. Could potentially be a Lotta Fun. Especially, if you had a particularly nervous group that was scared of your Zombie Self, let's get the description of the book that is not just my rambling about zombies but the actual description of the book so. Nate Ju- excuse me Nate Woo Kim wants to be rich one. One of his classmates offers nate a ridiculous amount of money to commit grade fraud. He knows that taking the windfall will help support his prideful Korean family but is compromising his integrity worth it. Luck comes in the form of Kate Anderson Nate's colleague at the Zombie themed Escape Room where she where he works, she approaches date with a plan. A local tech company is hosting a week end long survivalist competition with a huge cash prize..

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"sondhi" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

11:04 min | 1 year ago

"sondhi" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Daily. What other kinds of infrastructure have you put in place to help you? Debugged problems that occur in the end user situation. Yeah this is an ongoing ongoing project. Actually right now. One of the biggest issues in this category is Schema troubleshooting so people connect to their database. Maybe they're able to run their first query but for some reason their Schema is not loading. You know like variety of reasons why that that could happen. Maybe the table Sir. Not showing up. Maybe some materialized. Views are not showing up the whole Matrix of possibilities here. You know what database are connected to. What user you're using like what is what's what permissions does your user have is does your user even have access to to execute queries or to see the information. Schema or something. So what we're putting in places some troubleshooting some like self diagnostics for example if you go to the slack mobile APP and you go to their settings menu and you go to help. They have a button to trouble shoot push notifications so you can bet that a ton of people have probably written into slack support and said. Hey My push notifications. Don't work and then slack engineering and support have to think of a solution and they're like okay. We need to put diagnostics in here to help. People troubleshoot this decision themselves and to give slack support better information so same with us. We get a lot of people talking about the the scheme issues so we need to put it put in these diagnostics and the diagnostic for us would be. Can your computer successfully reach the database if you have an ssh tunnel can you reach the SSh host after that does your user have the right permissions to execute the queries that we're executing to fetch the SCHEMA right to fetch all the tables columns the views the triggers and we can show you the queries that we're running to do that and we can show you the put so all this information will help the user potentially fix their own problem? Maybe it's permissions problem. Maybe they're not on. Vpn maybe the wrong ports said this is all part of the user experience just making these difficult technical problems connecting to a database making that really smooth for the end user and when they need help making it easy for our team to jump in and help. We haven't talked too much about the actual collaboration experience and I think one of the main focuses of you building pop sequel. Was this collaboration key. Explain in more detail how engineers want to collaborate in a sequel editor like this so the the primary user popsicle is like a data analyst. And of course there's a ton of secondary roles and like I mentioned that product managers people in operations people in Customer Success Software Engineers Data Engineer. So I guess it is a lot of people. The way they collaborate wins. It starts off with a question. Someone has a question. Is Our log inform broken? And if I want to assert that's true than I'm going to write a sequel query in and show you that like Muser Sign. Ups are down. It should be easy for me to get link for that query and to share that with you and so you can see the query at used to get the answer. You can see the results. If there's a chart you can see that. We think that that sharing the experience. Collaboration experience should be very seamless. And if you add those collaboration features does it change. How data teams actually worked together. I mean if there if there was not an easy way to collaborate like that then we're going back many years going back like ten years. When when there were only offline sequel editors and this is the the pain that I was experiencing back then as I was using one of those offline sequel editors and I was answering a lot of data questions and I had a folder on my my desktop called simple queries and I was literally exporting. The query results sees fee and either sending this over hip chat back then email and more putting it in Google. Drive or importing into a spreadsheet. Sorry Google Sheet. And that's just a static representation of the query results at that time so now if that co worker that you're sharing with if they want to look updated data or if they want to change the query James the date range we were talking about before they need to get that sequel put it in their editor. They're going to be faced with this crazy connection form. It's just a crazy back and forth. That doesn't need to exist. It should be seamless. What are the other collaboration features that you want to build in the near future? What are the problems in collaborating? Over sequel that are still preeminent. We're pretty bullish on. Notebooks is a hot topic right now. Obviously Jupiter is huge. But I don't think notebooks really exist for data analysts and just people are right. Sequel as as the primary language like Jupiter's more for Let's say python and I know there's sequel colonels in Jupiter but I don't know just that the user experiences is not where we think it can be and so it goes back to that story of like I have a question and answer it would sequel I share the answer with somebody they can see the sequel and the results. It's normally more than just one question and one query and result. It's like a series of questions and a series of results and sometimes. I want to show the query. Sometimes I want to show the results. Maybe I wanted. I wanted one page. I want to show the tabular results and I want to show a chart and then I might want to. Maybe sample some of the rose so this ends up looking like a notebook like a story a narrative and maybe once in paragraphs explaining my methodology. You're explaining the conclusion so get we're pretty bullish on notebooks and we think we think that the storytelling needs to be improved for sequel. So I'd love to talk a little bit about your general product development and especially how things have changed since the cove nineteen virus has become such a part of everybody's lives. Tell me where you're at product development wise and what changes have been made to the company and your productivity since this virus has affected everybody. We've been remote since the beginning since about September twenty nineteen so honestly hasn't changed that much all biggest differences. I can't go to Phil's every day. Actually they're open through mobile now but we we. Yeah we've all been remote since the beginning so it hasn't been a change for us. We're online on slack. We we some people are in different time zones. If you've got like Pacific and Eastern we zoom a lot see. It hasn't been a big change for us. You're not alone. I've had a similar experience myself. Have you talked to any of your former colleagues from Insta- cart about how things are going there? It's busy it certainly busy. I mean they're they've had a lot of press recently. You know hiring three hundred thousand shoppers. It's hard to get an insecure delivery. Slot it's hard to get you know for other grocery delivery companies. It's hard to get those delivery slots to it's yeah. It's a crazy time. And then they're doing they're doing a great service to the continent. We really need service right now. Totally agree has your personal productivity changed since the virus do feel like a undercurrent of unease at all. No not really I mean. I'm watching the news a lot more. I was never really into politics but now I find myself watching the the press briefings every day from president. And and and. New York's governor so yeah I'm I'm concerned I'm concerned about the the whole world but in terms of my productivity hasn't really been a change. I'm still working out still working out at home. Hey Yeah to I guess you you were not a gym person before was working out. I had a trainer before but now the gym's closed and obviously I meet the trainer so I started doing it at home. Basically I'm saying I didn't let the virus stopped me from training totally. So what would you be working on if not popsicle? I'm really not sure how much I've always wanted to be an entrepreneur started. I had my first company when I was like thirteen years. Old Selling counterstrike game servers. I knew I wanted from that. Young Age and coming to Silicon Valley was me trying to get the experience. I I knew I would need to start a company. Become better engineer. See how companies like instruments scale basically be a student in Silicon Valley? And then when I'm ready with my idea and and the skills I think I'll need then I can. I can start so that's where I am now and I don't I don't think about other things. Awesome what Raheel. Thank you for coming on the show. It's been really great talking to you. You have anything to add about the future of popsicle and where you're going with the company. Yeah I mean we have very ambitious roadmap ahead of us. We're trying to make the best editor for for teams best sequel editor for teams and that starts by creating than amazing experience for an individual user. And then making the collaboration story amazing and so we're just getting started and and we're excited for what we have in the roadmap Awesome Hill. Thanks for coming on the show when great talking to you. Thanks for having me Jeff when you need to focus on building software you don't WANNA get bogged down by your database Mongo. 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"sondhi" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"sondhi" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Yeah Yeah it's a challenge especially because we have these two different ways of connecting so we ended up having to write no jess connectors for the direct connections. Where it's your computer talking directly to the database and then we have to rate Ruby connectors for these cloud connections that we call where our servers talk directly to your database eventually would like to clean this up and have just have to just write them once but for now we've been able to get by. Tell me more about the engineering difficulties of integrating all these different database systems. Yeah there's different even for one database. There's different versions right like postcards to nine to twelve things like those are major updates and there's a major changes and maybe the query that we use to fetch your Schema on post grass nine. It might be different than the query we use to fit your Schema and postcards twelve. Maybe some things are stable like get me a list of tables fine. Maybe that's the same but maybe get me a list of materialized views. Maybe that changes the query for that has changed so yeah even within one database. We we have to support different versions. And that's a challenge across databases. We we really have to understand. Teach database right. How do you get the Schema for postgraduates versus the Schema for snowflake versus the Schema for query and then not all databases have the same features? Not Everybody has materialized views. Not Everybody has triggers. So you really have to understand each database like I've only really used my sequel and post grass through my career. So if I have to write some Presto if I'm writing the PRESTO connector I gotta go learn Presto or whoever's writing it what's the hardest engineering problem you've had to solve so far I mean there's things that happen all the time. I think just this past weekend I had to figure out why why certain large queries were just not processing and just debugging that issue requires you to go into so many different systems so like I checked the logs whereas this query going like fine we. Maybe we're receiving the query like the the execute clear quest. Are we able to establish the connection to the database like? Can we reach database? Yeah Okay Fine. We can reach. It did the query run successfully against the database. Yeah it looks like it ran okay. What happens after it finished running? Well we might have suffered it somewhere. Let's say we buffered it in In men cash and basically I discovered that there's a Max item size parameter in men cash and this result was exceeding the that parameter and it was just like silently failing so the the the results weren't being returned so I'd go in and change the the the Max item size for 'em cash and now this now like we support large query results and else improve the user experience of all this so if you do try and executed a large query now we can. At least we can let you know that. Hey this is too big or service. Can't handle the whatever it is but we increase that limit. So you're very unlikely to to to even see that message so just debugging these distributed systems making sure. There's really good logging in place. So that when somebody writes into support and gives you some vague explanation of what's going on just from their perspective. All they did was running query and it never completed. That's all the information you have now. You have to debugged ton of systems and trace everything and see what went wrong and you learn from these experiences and I become a much more defensive engineer over time. I just assume everything's GONNA break. I'm going to have to de bug everything at some point right. That's support request is going to come and I'm going to have to trace everything. So the logging era reporting better. Be Good thing. Yeah that that's been a big lesson for me. That example of having to de bug problems that emerge when a customer issues a query and. It just doesn't work and they don't know why and you're going to have to dig into the logs. Does that mean that you're logging? Everything that the users are doing or do the users have to send you in their logs in that context will in this example. It was one of the cloud connections where our servers reach our our servers. We're talking directly to your database so some people some do this to make on boarding easier. Writes like one like the first person that signs up for Popsicle at your company sets up the connection. Let's say the redshift connection and now the next ten people that sign up. They're not included with this daunting connection form. They're just they can just use the connection that the first person setup. Dns.

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"sondhi" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

14:57 min | 1 year ago

"sondhi" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"To building popsicle and popsicle is kind of like a traditional sequel explorer or database explorer. That people might be familiar with and I think of these database explorers as in some ways similar to what a developer wants out of an ide out of interactive development environment like web storm or intelligence. Say You want this system? That's going to support you as a developer and there are different forms of. Id like some people. Just use a note pad to write their code or they use some slightly sophisticated version of NOTEPAD. Maybe they use them. But there's a wide range of different tools that people will use to assist them in the development of their code. I don't think we have the same range of tools at of rich tools when it comes to database usability database exploration to me. That seems like one of the problems that you're addressing with popsicle. How does the the experience that you want to create with pop sequel compared to what a developer wants out of an e? Yeah I think. There's a ton of overlap between what people want in a software engineering. Id and data analysis ID for example good auto complete. You know in in in vs code depending if you're using a statically typed dynamically typed language. You'll get different set of suggestions and a sequel editor kind of want something similar like I'm connected to post Chris Database. Can you recommend the the post-crisis functions maybe can you recommend the functions that I use often could be generate series or day trunk extract and then once I suggest once I clicked that suggestion? Can you help me fill out the arguments? Can you give me hints on what each argument means? What order they need to be in. I think Google sheets does this really well if you start typing function it helps you as your has your choosing the function. It gives you a hinting about what each argument is. The Software Engineering Editors have that and I think the the sequel editors should have that too. So that's auto complete for one example others can be limiting error highlighting if I make a mistake in my sequel. Let's say I'm missing comma or I've got the order of operations wrong. I always mix up order by and limit. I just put it in the wrong order sometimes and so if the editor can catch this for me and just fix it for me. That would be magic. Okay so how do people actually use popsicle in practice? What does the user experience look like so we have a desktop APP and Web APPs with Cross Platform? If you if you're using the desktop app you can connect to a local database. Let's say on your computer really. You can connect to any database that your computer can reach so even if you're connecting to Like your rds database and you need to be on VPN taxes it. Then that's a great candidate for the desktop APP as long as your computers on the VPN you can ssh into your passion hosts whatever you need to do as long as your computer can reach. The database popsicle can reach it as well. If you want to use the web APP then our servers need to be able to connect to your database. And you can do that through. Ssh TUNNEL AS WELL. So once you're connected. We support all the major databases. So snowflake redshift sequel post grass. Even some non relational databases Cassandra Presto. So once you're connected you're in an editor like experience. You can start writing sequel. You can name your queries just like a Google Doc. You can organize them in folders. You can get like an easy link to share your query and share your analysis with somebody else you can build charts in the APP. Yeah I think that's a good high level overview. How much time have you spent in these different sequel explorer tools that have existed long before? Popsicle d? Do you take any inspiration or are there any critiques? You have of these. Other sequel explorers that have led to how you're designing popsicle. Let's see some of them can be pretty clunky. They just feel like a Java application like they might run slow or starts slow or your as soon as you start your presented with an installed driver screen there some editors where I can. It was like hard to figure out how to even get to the connection screen like how do. I had my database. How do I make nuclear and get get started so yea I mean I I never been a big fan of of some of the user experiences and the other editors that the speed at which they operate so yeah? That was the inspiration for why I wanted to build popsicle just building at the way. We're building at the way we think it should exist. I'm working a lot with sequel. I have a wide variety of queries. So if I'm focused on sequel all day long I've probably got know at least ten or fifteen different queries that I'm running for various use cases. How do people working with sequel typically manage these different queries? And what kinds of infrastructure. If you built to try to make it easier to juggle all these different queries. Some people have ephemeral queries. Its name they might have a scratch pad query and they're just writing one off things like one off answers that they don't intend to save forever share with anybody. It's just like a one time thing so yet that's one example the NFL query. There's others where you do really care about the query and this might be like coloured analysis and you're you write these phen hours writing this and you look at it every week or every month and you want that to be public within your team and you you want other people to be able to search for it and find it so you would put that in shared directory in popsicle. So it's kind of Google drive. You know you. You might have your own private documents. You might have some some public documents and you can organize them in folders popsicle so You can do it by teams. They sales finance customer success. You can do it by topic so for us. We have a folder all about teams and then we have another folder all about Subscriptions and billing and then within that. There's there's different queries that are analyzing parts of that topic. So folders is the the primary way that people can organize their work. Search is another big part of it. Sometimes you just don't know what folder look in so you just search kind of like a slack search. What is the version control experience that we want out of queries because like I might have a query for for all my users and then I might slightly alter that query because I want to only users that have logged in in the last five years? I'm not even considering these other users. Maybe I want this query to be completely updated or maybe I kind of want to fork the query and make a copy of it and make it slightly different so I have a record of both of them. What do I want out of a version control experience for my different queries? So what we have right now is like Bilton version control revision history just like Google. Docs there is another use case where people want to use their their Rio now. Not Every company has get repo for their sequel queries. Said this is more of A. I guess advanced use case and we plan on supporting that pretty soon in terms of like forking and changing parameters of your query like. I think you mentioned dates. We have something called query variables. So you know if you had. Let's say select count from users that signed up after a certain date you can just put in a variable for for that date and then you could say like you get a form to enter the value for that variable and that could be a week ago or a month ago. Whatever you like. And so as you're changing the variable value that does not change the underlying query. So you can use a different value every day but the version control for that query is not being changed. What do you use to actually build the version control system? Did you build it on top of Git or is actually interfacing with get or did you make a version control system from scratch? It's not using it as a rails. Plugin that does audit tracking chip change change tracking. So it's something. Yeah it's not. Get under the hood got it makes sense actually. WanNa talk a little bit more about the actual engineering of pop sequel itself. But first I want to go through a little bit more of what it actually does. We've kind of danced around it a little bit. But it is an application that people actually download or you can access to your browser and it's got a bunch of feature so you can actually clear your database in it you can save your queries you conversion control your queries. You can try out different things. And there's also data visualization so users can make dashboards in popsicle now. There's lots of data visualization tools out. There why would you want to build data visualization into a sequel editor? I think it's a common part of the workflow a lot of times you for for talking about. Let's say new user sign ups per day if once you have that in tabular an table format who'd be amazing to quickly see that as a chart and just get a quick visualization now in another sequel editor. You might have to export that to seize the imported into Google sheets. And then you've got like a static representation of like you're visualizing static to whatever you you ran that query but if this is tied to your sequel editor and if it's actually tied to the database then that link that represents the query and the table of results and the visualization is always fresh. And so you can. You might write it on Monday. And a CO worker opens it up on Wednesday and the the Co workers can see Fresh data got it. Now let's talk through actually building popsicle because we've talked through a variety of the features when you were building the first version of pop sequel. What was the the infrastructure? Give me a an overview of the of the architecture popsicle sure so it's a rails application on the back end. I chose graph. You'll really early on. There's like two thousand sixteen from very happy with that choice It's just like grown in momentum since then so graphics has been amazing on the server side and on the client side post grass is the database on the front end. It's react and electron electron. Lets US do the desktop? It's hosted on aws yet. That's the stack. So graph oil is used to interface between the front end the back end and I guess if you issue a query on that Electron Front End the query hits your back end than in the query actually gets issued to the database. Or what is tell me more? About how like the connection between the front end like the electron application or the desktop desktop web application. How is the the queries that the user is issuing to the sequel explorer interface? How're those queries getting routed to the actual database that the users connected to does it have to go through your back end or does it go directly to their database? Said depends on what type of connection you have. in popsicle. There's different ways to configure this. So let's say my default you have a private connection and popsicle which means you're connecting directly from your computer to your database so if you've if you're connecting to post Chris Database It could be on your computer. It can be on the cloud but it's your computer. Establishing the connection with the database and so all popsicle server is doing in that scenario we just. We're just like hosting the query statement. And we do that just to facilitate collaboration but the database connection between you and the database for other types of connections like we just shipped snowflake and OCTA. So you can use octa to connect to snowflake actually if you want to share your connection with your team and make it easy for everybody on your team to connect so they don't have to don't have to bug you for database credentials then we host the database credentials on our end. We encrypt them with Aws Key management service. And then it's our servers talking directly to your database so not scenario when you execute a query in the in the react application that Queer. He goes to that. Statement goes to our servers are servers savage the connection with your database execute the query get the results and then send the results back to the client got it and as you mentioned you created the support for snowflake and that brings to mind the fact that you have to write the ability to connect to so many different sequel. Interfaces I mean. He got post grass. You got the data warehouses as you just said earlier. You you mentioned that you have the ability to talk to Mongo databases. Is it difficult to write the necessary support to be able to talk to all these different databases?.

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"Of pop sequel. But before that you're at INSTA- card for four years did your experience it instant cart inform the idea of popsicle. I've been writing sequel my my whole career since twenty twelve and. I noticed that every time I would do an engineering project I would want to back up the project with some data. Prepare some some success. Metrics some counter metrics. And I did this pretty much. Every job including instore card was extremely data. Driven is still extremely data driven and yes for sure. A lot of the motivation came from from instit- cart. And that's actually. When I started working on it on the side so sounds like there are a few chronic problems that you noticed in the sequel user experience. I think you said something around metrics and something around saving your work. So what were those key? Frustration points that you noticed in your work as somebody working with sequel. Yeah I used to use sequel editors like let's say sequel pro Mac Os only my sequel only and. It was great for the time that I was using it but then I switched jobs and say we're no longer using my sequel reasoning post crest. Now so I can't use sequel pro anymore and at the same time. Those editors only work with files on your computer and so if you want to share that sequel with somebody you end up emailing a file around or if you want to share the the result you end up exporting Dec- I want to understand the different ways in which sequel is used at a typical organization. So I know there was a time in the past where there were these dedicated database administrators. I don't think that's really how sequels used anymore. I think now you have people who are accessing sequel databases because they're doing transactional operations like people that are building micro services that actually serve a business function. Then you have people who are using sequel as data scientists and there may be running these ad hoc queries to understand what's going on in an organization and then you have people who are maybe machine learning or data engineering people and these are the people who are maybe writing old lap jobs. They're writing these E. T. L. Jobs. Can you tell me about the different users of sequel infrastructure? Yeah it's almost every role. These days is writing sequel or wants to be writing sequel and I think that's the macro trend that supports popsicle. It's not just for data analysts. It's not just for data. Scientists a savvy or a product manager. Today wants to be sequel savvy. They want to be able to write sequel and and get answers to data themselves without having to bug their their analysts or you have had their requests that in Jira cue for an analyst to answer. So there's there's a use case for product managers. There's a use case for people in operations so imagine you're at Insta- card or door dash and you need to look up what's going on with some order. Or what are the average. Wait times and given region you can do all that sequel and the people who are making L. T. transactional use cases like the people that are operating with micro services infrastructure. Aren't they in many cases using a document database like aren't they interacting with a Mongo database in many cases you know and then if if the if the company uses sequel infrastructure the Mongo database is getting etl into like data warehouse but at least on on the front end on on the micro services infrastructure? There are typically using like a Mongo database. Right and that's that's not something that they're going to be accessing through a sequel editor. We actually support Mongo like you can. It's kind of like a Mongo shell so you could write. Mongo commands inside of popsicle. So you're not writing pure sequel. You're you're writing Mongo commands. But Yeah I guess the primary use cases for people writing sequel with Post Grass or be query snowflake and for people who are creating queries so some queries are just run once a day. Maybe have these regular reporting jobs that get created then in other cases you have queries that are standing queries queries that a repeatedly processed over incoming data. How do the use cases for standing queries differ from those of ones that are run just once a day? Yeah I guess it depends on the the author of a query like the if the author is data engineer that query might be written in. It's more like a software engineering process so that that might be written in their favorite code editor. Let's vs code it's Checked into version control and it lives in some deep engineering pipeline that that they maintain and that can be that can be run hourly or daily whatever. Their interval is the other use cases for people wanting to do analytics. And so maybe this is wants to date is already in the warehouse. Somebody in customer success or somebody in operations or the product manager. This is the end user of the work that deep engineering has done right to did. Engineering has spent all this time doing. Etl setting up the warehouse and now the end. User is some stakeholder in the company. That's looking for insights. And they're writing the their ad hoc queries to get answers. Tell me more about how sequel queries get reused between different areas of an organization. So if I work at a thousand person company maybe I have a quick like Insta- card if I have some query for all the orders that have been made across the company and I want to know how many how much money was spent in the total of all orders that might be a query that multiple teams across the organization would wanNA use. How do those queries typically get shared between different areas of an organization? Yeah we're using queries is is a topic. It's possible that people can be rewriting each other's queries or rewriting similar queries. And that's actually what we want to help. Prevent a everybody's using offline sequel editor on their computer and editing queries on their local file system. Then that's the worst possible scenario right then then everybody that no one can see what other people are writing but if you have a collaborative environment and people are sharing sharing links to queries and people can build off of each other's queries. People can comment on each other's queries. Then all of a sudden. You're you're leveraging what someone else has done in the past or if you have a good search functionality and you can search for what people have written in the past. That would help to other things that would help our snippets so like I write the same. Ct T. pretty often. Like if I want to determine if a given user as a customer I need to join a few tables to get the answer so I ended up copying pasting the same ct. And that's just because our data engineering is not that sophisticated at our own company. And so that that's that's an opportunity to perhaps do some and maybe create some fact table or I mean there's lots of solutions to this problem in other solution could be snippets. So maybe I put that. Cte common table expression in snippet and then other people who want to use the same ct they can. Just grab that snippet Okay Great. We've talked about a few specific USABILITY ISSUES. That people have in modern sequel. What are the other USABILITY issues? I mean we're GonNa get to eventually what you're building with popsicle but I just want to understand the usability problems in sequel management throughout an organization. There's an issue. Even connecting to the database is difficult. I've heard stories from customers where they joined the company and they spent like a month just trying to get connected to the database. Because you have to rank you have to find the right people to talk to and I don't know this is probably a bigger company where it would take a month but yeah just getting access to the database can be challenging. Actually I saw this problem at Insta- card a lot of people will get excited to try a new sequel solution and then they get presented with the DB's connection form and it's asking them for like the host and port and username and password. And they're like should I? I don't know what this is a part of my language but yet they say I don't know what this is and they have to go talk to the database administrator. Message them on slack. So yeah just getting connected to the database making that experience moods can be a challenge other usability problems with sequel. We talked about sharing or composition of queries sharing things like CDs. I guess that's just not a general problem with long queries. Guess There's visualization. Like what you do after you've got your query. Maybe she wanted to do a pivot table or make some kind of basic visualization a line chart bar chart you end up having to copy your results or let's say export your results to see. Is WE IMPORT INTO GOOGLE SHEETS? And then do your pivot table there or do your bar chart there. If.

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"Daily. What other kinds of infrastructure have you put in place to help you? Debugged problems that occur in the end user situation. Yeah this is an ongoing ongoing project. Actually right now. One of the biggest issues in this category is Schema troubleshooting so people connect to their database. Maybe they're able to run their first query but for some reason their Schema is not loading. You know like variety of reasons why that that could happen. Maybe the table Sir. Not showing up. Maybe some materialized. Views are not showing up the whole Matrix of possibilities here. You know what database are connected to. What user you're using like what is what's what permissions does your user have is does your user even have access to to execute queries or to see the information. Schema or something. So what we're putting in places some troubleshooting some like self diagnostics for example if you go to the slack mobile APP and you go to their settings menu and you go to help. They have a button to trouble shoot push notifications so you can bet that a ton of people have probably written into slack support and said. Hey My push notifications. Don't work and then slack engineering and support have to think of a solution and they're like okay. We need to put diagnostics in here to help. People troubleshoot this decision themselves and to give slack support better information so same with us. We get a lot of people talking about the the scheme issues so we need to put it put in these diagnostics and the diagnostic for us would be. Can your computer successfully reach the database if you have an ssh tunnel can you reach the SSh host after that does your user have the right permissions to execute the queries that we're executing to fetch the SCHEMA right to fetch all the tables columns the views the triggers and we can show you the queries that we're running to do that and we can show you the put so all this information will help the user potentially fix their own problem? Maybe it's permissions problem. Maybe they're not on. Vpn maybe the wrong ports said this is all part of the user experience just making these difficult technical problems connecting to a database making that really smooth for the end user and when they need help making it easy for our team to jump in and help. We haven't talked too much about the actual collaboration experience and I think one of the main focuses of you building pop sequel. Was this collaboration key. Explain in more detail how engineers want to collaborate in a sequel editor like this so the the primary user popsicle is like a data analyst. And of course there's a ton of secondary roles and like I mentioned that product managers people in operations people in Customer Success Software Engineers Data Engineer. So I guess it is a lot of people. The way they collaborate wins. It starts off with a question. Someone has a question. Is Our log inform broken? And if I want to assert that's true than I'm going to write a sequel query in and show you that like Muser Sign. Ups are down. It should be easy for me to get link for that query and to share that with you and so you can see the query at used to get the answer. You can see the results. If there's a chart you can see that. We think that that sharing the experience. Collaboration experience should be very seamless. And if you add those collaboration features does it change. How data teams actually worked together. I mean if there if there was not an easy way to collaborate like that then we're going back many years going back like ten years. When when there were only offline sequel editors and this is the the pain that I was experiencing back then as I was using one of those offline sequel editors and I was answering a lot of data questions and I had a folder on my my desktop called simple queries and I was literally exporting. The query results sees fee and either sending this over hip chat back then email and more putting it in Google. Drive or importing into a spreadsheet. Sorry Google Sheet. And that's just a static representation of the query results at that time so now if that co worker that you're sharing with if they want to look updated data or if they want to change the query James the date range we were talking about before they need to get that sequel put it in their editor. They're going to be faced with this crazy connection form. It's just a crazy back and forth. That doesn't need to exist. It should be seamless. What are the other collaboration features that you want to build in the near future? What are the problems in collaborating? Over sequel that are still preeminent. We're pretty bullish on. Notebooks is a hot topic right now. Obviously Jupiter is huge. But I don't think notebooks really exist for data analysts and just people are right. Sequel as as the primary language like Jupiter's more for Let's say python and I know there's sequel colonels in Jupiter but I don't know just that the user experiences is not where we think it can be and so it goes back to that story of like I have a question and answer it would sequel I share the answer with somebody they can see the sequel and the results. It's normally more than just one question and one query and result. It's like a series of questions and a series of results and sometimes. I want to show the queries. I want to show the results. Maybe I wanted. I wanted one page. I want to show the tabular results and I want to show a chart and then I might want to. Maybe sample some of the rose so this ends up looking like a notebook like a story a narrative and maybe once in paragraphs explaining my methodology. You're explaining the conclusion so get we're pretty bullish on notebooks and we think we think that the storytelling needs to be improved for sequel. So I'd love to talk a little bit about your general product development and especially how things have changed since the cove nineteen virus has become such a part of everybody's lives. Tell me where you're at product development wise and what changes have been made to the company and your productivity since this virus has affected everybody. We've been remote since the beginning since about September twenty nineteen so honestly hasn't changed that much all biggest differences. I can't go to Phil's every day. Actually they're open through mobile now but we we. Yeah we've all been remote since the beginning so it hasn't been a change for us. We're online on slack. We we some people are in different time zones. If you've got like Pacific and Eastern we zoom a lot see. It hasn't been a big change for us. You're not alone. I've had a similar experience myself. Have you talked to any of your former colleagues from Insta- cart about how things are going there? It's busy it certainly busy. I mean they're they've had a lot of press recently. You know hiring three hundred thousand shoppers. It's hard to get an insecure delivery. Slot it's hard to get you know for other grocery delivery companies. It's hard to get those delivery slots to it's yeah. It's a crazy time. And then they're doing they're doing a great service to the continent. We really need service right now. Totally agree has your personal productivity changed since the virus do feel like a undercurrent of unease at all. No not really I mean. I'm watching the news a lot more. I was never really into politics but now I find myself watching the the press briefings every day from president. And and and. New York's governor so yeah I'm I'm concerned I'm concerned about the the whole world but in terms of my productivity hasn't really been a change. I'm still working out still working out at home. Hey Yeah to I guess you you were not a gym person before was working out. I had a trainer before but now the gym's closed and obviously I meet the trainer so I started doing it at home. Basically I'm saying I didn't let the virus stopped me from training totally. So what would you be working on if not popsicle? I'm really not sure how much I've always wanted to be an entrepreneur started. I had my first company when I was like thirteen years. Old Selling counterstrike game servers. I knew I wanted from that. Young Age and coming to Silicon Valley was me trying to get the experience. I I knew I would need to start a company. Become better engineer. See how companies like instruments scale basically be a student in Silicon Valley? And then when I'm ready with my idea and and the skills I think I'll need then I can. I can start so that's where I am now and I don't I don't think about other things. Awesome what Raheel. Thank you for coming on the show. It's been really great talking to you. You have anything to add about the future of popsicle and where you're going with the company. Yeah I mean we have very ambitious roadmap ahead of us. We're trying to make the best editor for for teams best sequel editor for teams and that starts by creating than amazing experience for an individual user. And then making the collaboration story amazing and so we're just getting started and and we're excited for what we have in the roadmap Awesome Hill. Thanks for coming on the show when great talking to you. Thanks for having me Jeff when you need to focus on building software you don't WANNA get bogged down by your database Mongo. 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"The founder of pop sequel. But before that you're at INSTA- card for four years did your experience it instant cart inform the idea of popsicle. I mean I I've been writing sequel my my whole career since twenty twelve and I noticed that every time I would do an engineering project I would want to back up the project with some data. Prepare some some success. Metrics some counter metrics. And I did this pretty much. Every job including instore card was extremely data. Driven is still extremely data driven and yes for sure. A lot of the motivation came from from instit- cart. And that's actually. When I started working on it on the side this sounds like there are a few chronic problems that you noticed in the sequel user experience. I think you said something around metrics and something around saving your work. So what were those key? Frustration points that you noticed in your work as somebody working with sequel. Yeah I used to use sequel editors like let's say sequel pro Mac Os only my sequel only and. It was great for the time that I was using it but then I switched jobs and say we're no longer using my sequel reasoning post crest. Now so I can't use sequel pro anymore and at the same time. Those editors only work with files on your computer and so if you want to share that sequel with somebody you end up emailing a file around or if you want to share the the result you end up exporting Dec- I want to understand the different ways in which sequel is used at a typical organization. So I know there was a time in the past where there were these dedicated database administrators. I don't think that's really how sequels used anymore. I think now you have people who are accessing sequel databases because they're doing transactional operations like people that are building micro services that actually serve a business function. Then you have people who are using sequel as data scientists and there may be running these ad hoc queries to understand what's going on in an organization and then you have people who are maybe machine learning or data engineering people and these are the people who are maybe writing old lap jobs. They're writing these E. T. L. Jobs. Can you tell me about the different users of sequel infrastructure? Yeah it's almost every role. These days is writing sequel or wants to be writing sequel and I think that's the macro trend that supports popsicle. It's not just for data analysts. It's not just for data. Scientists a savvy or a product manager. Today wants to be sequel savvy. They want to be able to write sequel and and get answers to data themselves without having to bug their their analysts or you have had their requests that in Jira cue for an analyst to answer. So there's there's a use case for product managers. There's a use case for people in operations so imagine you're at Insta- card or door dash and you need to look up what's going on with some order. Or what are the average. Wait times and given region you can do all that sequel and the people who are making L. T. P. Transactional use cases like the people that are operating with micro services infrastructure. Aren't they in many cases using a document database like aren't they interacting with a Mongo database in many cases you know and then if if the if the company uses sequel infrastructure the Mongo database is getting etl into like data warehouse but at least on on the front end on on the micro services infrastructure? There are typically using like a Mongo database. Right and that's that's not something that they're going to be accessing through a sequel editor. We actually support Mongo like you can. It's kind of like a Mongo shell so you could write. Mongo commands inside of popsicle. So you're not writing pure sequel. You're you're writing Mongo commands. But Yeah I guess the primary use cases for people writing sequel with Post Grass or be query snowflake and for people who are creating queries so some queries are just run once a day. Maybe have these regular reporting jobs that get created then in other cases you have queries that are standing queries queries that a repeatedly processed over incoming data. How do the use cases for standing queries differ from those of ones that are run just once a day? Yeah I guess it depends on the the author of a query like the if the author is data engineer that query might be written in. It's more like a software engineering process so that that might be written in their favorite code editor. Let's vs code it's Checked into version control and it lives in some deep engineering pipeline that that they maintain and that can be that can be run hourly or daily whatever. Their interval is the other use cases for people wanting to do analytics. And so maybe this is wants to date is already in the warehouse. Somebody in customer success or somebody in operations or the product manager. This is the end user of the work that deep engineering has done right to did. Engineering has spent all this time doing. Etl setting up the warehouse and now the end. User is some stakeholder in the company. That's looking for insights. And they're writing the their ad hoc queries to get answers. Tell me more about how sequel queries get reused between different areas of an organization. So if I work at a thousand person company maybe I have a quick like Insta- card if I have some query for all the orders that have been made across the company and I want to know how many how much money was spent in the total of all orders that might be a query that multiple teams across the organization would wanNA use. How do those queries typically get shared between different areas of an organization? Yeah we're using queries is is a topic. It's possible that people can be rewriting each other's queries or rewriting similar queries. And that's actually what we want to help. Prevent a everybody's using offline sequel editor on their computer and editing queries on their local file system. Then that's the worst possible scenario right then then everybody that no one can see what other people are writing but if you have a collaborative environment and people are sharing sharing links to queries and people can build off of each other's queries. People can comment on each other's queries. Then all of a sudden. You're you're leveraging what someone else has done in the past or if you have a good search functionality and you can search for what people have written in the past. That would help to other things that would help our snippets so like I write the same. Ct T. pretty often. Like if I want to determine if a given user as a customer I need to join a few tables to get the answer so I ended up copying pasting the same ct. And that's just because our data engineering is not that sophisticated at our own company. And so that that's that's an opportunity to perhaps do some and maybe create some fact table or I mean there's lots of solutions to this problem in other solution could be snippets. So maybe I put that. Cte common table expression in snippet and then other people who want to use the same ct they can. Just grab that snippet Okay Great. We've talked about a few specific USABILITY ISSUES. That people have in modern sequel. What are the other USABILITY issues? I mean we're GonNa get to eventually what you're building with popsicle but I just want to understand the usability problems in sequel management throughout an organization. There's an issue. Even connecting to the database is difficult. I've heard stories from customers where they joined the company and they spent like a month just trying to get connected to the database. Because you have to rank you have to find the right people to talk to and I don't know this is probably a bigger company where it would take a month but yeah just getting access to the database can be challenging. Actually I saw this problem at Insta- card a lot of people will get excited to try a new sequel solution and then they get presented with the DB's connection form and it's asking them for like the host and port and username and password. And they're like should I? I don't know what this is a part of my language but yet they say I don't know what this is and they have to go talk to the database administrator. Message them on slack. So yeah just getting connected to the database making that experience moods can be a challenge other usability problems with sequel. We talked about sharing or composition of queries sharing things like CDs. I guess that's just not a general problem with long queries. Guess There's visualization. Like what you do after you've got your query. Maybe she wanted to do a pivot table or make some kind of basic visualization a line chart bar chart you end up having to copy your results or let's say export your results to see. Is WE IMPORT INTO GOOGLE SHEETS? And then do your pivot table there or do your bar chart there. If.

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02:23 min | 2 years ago

"sondhi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That means Shannon needs a lot of appointments for drug treatment counseling and housing she needs some way to get around. Can you describe where we are? We're at Everett station, which is the train slash bus station. Officer yard is helping chain and get a bus card. I. Good. So she pulled out her -application to get the reduced fare. Shannon gets her picture, taken the city horrible teacher. I've make fun. And then she's done. Thank you. Bizzare bus card. I don't think anybody's picture would look good on that thing. So many little things can build on each other even really little things are important like a few words from a loved one marking her days of being off drugs. And since day nine, my sister, Sondhi she sends me a message every single day. And it says happy day, whatever, and I told her said you do not know. Or realize how much those three little words meeting me every single day those little pieces built on each other ten months later. Shannon has her own place. A low rent studio apartment in a building in downtown Everett for people who used to be homeless. It's a single room with a bed, couch and piles of our stuff soup cans coffee, machine and a fridge. Anyway, this is my permit, I have a toilet, and then we have shared showers shared kitchen chain, and has a new dog to a chubby little pug, Chula wiener dog. Mix buddy might be doggy Shannon has now been sober for around a year and a half. She texted office York to let her know every day, no matter what rains, no sunshine, Channon and takes her dog outside compared to when she was on drugs and living in a car. Shannon says she's come along way. Go for a little walkie. What life is still a struggle, but she says she's trying really hard for NPR news. I'm Anna Boyko. Why rock this story comes to us from finding fixes a podcast about solutions to the opioid epidemic? The birth of some animals, and an aquarium wouldn't normally be news. But the arrival of two baby Anaconda took the staff of the New England aquarium in.

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"sondhi" Discussed on X96

X96

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"sondhi" Discussed on X96

"So I'm driving down the road. And and then I noticed while it's really dark. It's nighttime really door. But but but it's really dark. Not just like nighttime dark all the lights are out live. Okay. The power outage. Power was out and the wind was blowing and the wind was blowing. And but but the moon last night or assuming it was the moon. I never actually saw the moon. But there was this glow. Because of all of the dust that had been blown up new is like this this incandescent kind of Tanisha glow. Above a dark senior neighborhood, and I pull in all the old people outside of their patio homes going what's going on? No, listen, listen. So the neighborhood is usually really lit up. Sure. Yeah. Because you you have to be able to see every single part of the sidewalk, and and everything like that. And it's just dark, but the old people they have their schedules. Where they walk before they go in and watch the news. All right. So it's dark back into the neighborhood. And I almost hit these old people who are walking really slow in the dark along the side of the road. Just. Would have been innocent deaths. Right. There accidents killed them thinking they were Sondhi's. And it was more than just one, you know, one person walking I came around the corner. And by this time, I'm freaked out. And there's another couple just walking. And and it was this really really old couple that live on the next street over from us, and they look like they're knocking on death's door, and they're walking really slow. And then the the tanning cadets online. It's coming up, and then I come in into like our little alleyway. We split it. Not listening this morning. I'm pretty sure there. Now, close to death. Walks for noon me. Nice Richie listened to his show. All of the cars are parked out in front of the garages because the garage doors would. Nope. And because the power was out. So I come in where there's normally this like, you know, just abandoned open alleyway, and there's all these cars parked by the garages and. You know, they're parked all sort of ski campus because they don't know how to park you know campus by the garage. He has been hanging out with the old one. Despite the garages. And so many of them caddy mopus. So I looked in my Chester jurors for my gun both of them. Behind the fridge. And it scared me so I hurried and pull in my little parking spot. And I went in. Luckily, I knew where grandma and Papa kept the candle the cab to grab the lighter the emergency. Oh, we lit a candle. And then was rob with, you know, by this time, he'd left my side. Each other strawberries. Does. What did you really think about that dancer? Well, it's it's an exciting night. It scared me. I was scared. I soon I had their shower by candlelight. You know, and then I come out and then a hassle downstairs, then went to sleep. And when did you how did you wake up but without an alarm clock at my phone was still charged with was still out this morning. No it came out at about like four the Senate everything turn on. And that scared. He was dreaming about forty. Second street. Have. No, it was good. Japan's all Beckham's Gandhi's and I'd like to see his ambi- version of forty second street show. Along. Belong. Was. Somebody will. Well, if it was fast zombies, if you could incorporate the slow and the fast on into the shop fast, do the dance numbers. I think it'd be fun to do the do it slow do the dance. Joe forever. Slow tapped in geez. Eight days later St.. I I was scared though, this is not a radio thing. I really was scared.

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"sondhi" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"sondhi" Discussed on WTVN

"We're going to have in the twenty percents. That is of course, if you say something or do something about it and make it known. This is something you don't want. Don't want to be monitored by big brother. You don't want. Big brother monitoring little brother you want to be safe. Of course, we don't want to be over targeted for surveillance, and we have just taken for granted that surveillance state is here it's here to stay. But we don't fight back anymore. And that's insane. We fight with each other. We fight over politics. But when something like this goes down roll like would would you. Well, what you do. Is you demand transparency? You demand that your rights be kept? Kept sacred something, I don't know. Let's go to Chris in Washington. Hi, Chris you're on ground zero. Hey glide love the Senate Bill five to six or Oregon mandating state officials digits a homeless harassed of newborns. You know, they're doing this under the guise of health and safety checks. What it's really aimed at mandate vaccines do used to be. I'd take my kid to the doctor. You could pick what back in you got or the schedule when you got him. Now, it's going to be about mandating the vaccine, that's what it it's too. I think that that's why they want to send these people there because are you going to are you going to say, no when an agent is sitting your house with a with a hypodermic needle saying baby needs an immunization. Exactly. That's just what's better way to get this passed. You know, Dan, a false flag incident say like an outbreak in what have we been hearing about lately? Exactly. There was a measles outbreak in the delta skyline in Portland, which just still happens to be a major city in the states are trying to get this Bill passed. I mean, this is something Sondhi movie where hey somebody's infecting their next thing. You know, it's worldwide. Remember when I talked about remember when I talked about the help they help emergency act talked about that. Some guy called these. They can't do that that's unconstitutional, and he got a big argument with me. And I said they can do whatever they want if they declare an emergency. They can go in and hold you at gun point. Is there is there stabbing your kid with a hypodermic needle giving them the necessary drugs? So they don't get sick. Absolutely, right. You know, what's better premise for the Ingende for their agenda? Come out with the points that all the newly infected weren't vaccinated. That's right. And I'm not saying, you know, it didn't happen. But hey, show me patient zero. Does this guy really exists? So help him gain the minor. We gotta processes identity. Don't worry about him. Just take our vaccine. Yeah. It's going to. I don't know. If anyone I mean, it can happen in every state. A bay have a reason declared emergency a health emergency. It will happen in every state. And when I tell people about it's happening. I'm telling me about it. Now, they're gonna come to me like months later. They're gonna say well when does this happen when did this take into effect? Well, I'm telling you today. It is January eighteen twenty nineteen I'm giving you the scoop on how this can happen. I'm giving you the heads up. So you can say you don't want it. And we'll see what happens from there. Absolutely. Yeah. I think by then it's already too late. Yup. Thank you. Chris. Thank you for calling. I appreciate it. Yeah. I mean, I could be screaming from the rafters here that this is something you don't want and they'll come on. Well, yeah, we have an outbreak of measles. I mean, there's going to be a measles outbreak. They wanted to clear an emergency. Yeah. They're going to go from door to door and make sure the kids get the shots. Dean in Oregon. Hi, dean, you're on ground zero. Hey, thanks for taking my call. Hey, so I just wanted to the guy just before me really hit the head on the nail. I wanted to give a shout out to and say, thanks for bringing this to my attention. Because the only thing the media has been putting in front of me is that measles outbreak that the gentleman was talking about. And so I'm glad that you talked about it because this is something that I just had a child recently. And I think that the government is trying to push the vaccine schedule, which is a little outrageous for me. I have a you know rights, and and I can't believe that this is the way that it's going, especially you. Okay, Brown when I was listening to her talk about if she were to become governor. She wants to get rid of our right to be exempt from vaccines to go to public school. So I mean, I I'm I'm just I'm just really happy. You're shouting us out because the world's gotta hit here it they do have to hear it. And when I was talking about, you know, I wrote the harm. Prince what I was talking about the harm principle. And I said, you know, this can happen where they can rule to actually take your rights away. If they feel there's a disease, and if they feel that they have to do something to protect others, and people are constant they can't do that. Well, they're doing it. And they're proposing bills now to do it. I didn't know it would be in my own home state, but they're gonna be doing it all country saying there's a disease out there. We need to Aratu Kate. We need to enforce vaccines. Right. Like in California. They don't they don't have exemptions down there anymore. See, it's amazing. Isn't it the way this is happening? It's like. It's amazing. Well, I appreciate you taking my car. All right. Thank you. Thank you for calling in. Let's go to Jack in California, hijack you're on ground zero. Yeah. You know, that's the danger of emergency powers is that the operate outside of the law. No, let me speak for California..

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"sondhi" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"sondhi" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Just bad andy circus he's a great body eric you'll manga is a body who everything he says you go kinda go point you know he saw right yeah i'm glad he didn't win him ruling major country but but yeah he's nothing he said was not true have you seen infinity war yet no have no you haven't okay so i can't spoil it for you then then i was just going to us because you know many people die in film without one gun specific i just wanted to know every ross still alive the plan is yeah they all the hope is as far as i know he is yeah so you think he fantasies roth that's as far as i understand it again it's not written in blood i'm preparing to another one yeah i'm just gonna demand to you again go here okay dead okay so could just be you i'm doing a milk round russia's moved on he's no in the government anymore he's just traveling ninth grind ever ross milkman linda's movie i wanna see going very slowly in the milk float towards certain death well we've very much thank you so much thank you views let's start with cargo actually which is on that flicks as of friday i believe this is for me really surprising really interesting horror film shares a little bit and common with a quiet place in that it is a post apocalyptic thing solbes have taken over the world martin freeman who is an expert leaving austrailia and his wife and their young baby daughter are trying desperately stay alive some weeks of the attack has happened there they're on a riverboat heading down the river illustrate the trying to stay away from slow moving romero style sondhi's the idea of this movie is once you get bitten you have forty eight hours and you have a little fit bit type thing that tells you how long before you turn into a song be is not giving way too much i think to say that someone gets bitten very early in this film a knows there by the turn to psalm be and then spend the rest of the movie trying desperately in fastness of the trillion art back to find some.

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"sondhi" Discussed on Le journal de 7h00

Le journal de 7h00

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"sondhi" Discussed on Le journal de 7h00

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