17 Burst results for "Yambol"

"yambol" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"yambol" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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"yambol" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"yambol" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"You know, my algorithm is like I want my false positive rate to be this, and after that maximize recall and figuring out also like, in some cases, we kind of compose models, like, you know, try and run this one, but fall back to that one all the stuff in the API. I think that really it's been like a really good force, and kind of having this automatic retraining on top of it to have sort of, like codify, our valuation metrics, because you kind of have to do that, if you want to automate, all of the stuff and now we have. Kind of like a little bit of an evaluation API that we've built as well that, rob. Probably say more about too, is when I think of an API. I think of something that is kind of an imperative interface. Like I'm executing an API right now. Like, I'm making API request computer. Go do something, the coober Netease way of things is more of a declarative like this should be the state of the world at all times. Tell me a perspective on declarative versus imperative. I realize it's a sliding scale it's kind of semantic, but I mean you could have made you could have done this declared. If you could have said like railyard is a declarative way of describing when and how you want to run your models. But instead, you said here is an API you make requests to it was was that deliberate or like told me about declarative versus imperative in your mind it was pretty deliberate. And it was it was very driven by the product teams in that they were very interested in colleagues API, I write they wanted this API to resist because. They wanted to build in a sort of the idea of we want to retrain, these models in evaluate them and then decide whether or not to put them in the production, they, they wanted to own that logic, because that is sort of their logic to own as, as a product team. They're the ones making the decisions about is this model better than the last one showed this model go into production that sort of thing. So from their perspective, what they really want. It was in the eye that they'd call like sort of dynamic API declared peace interesting questions so on Cuba, Netease. You know, we use like the Cuban daddy's jobs, interface in, there are pieces of that, that are declared it, right. You know, we sort of have this, this pile of Yambol that describes how we want to run the job. Right. So, you know, to run a job on Cooper, daddy's, you have this gamble description of I wanna run this job with these resources with this Docker file. Right. So that is very declared if and we build up one of these declared a specifications when we run the job within that job within that. Docker container where executing a bunch of imperative python code. Right. So it's sort of these pieces all work together. So we make API calls. We make this or this dynamic she API call with Jason specification for how we want to train the job. We build this declared a spec to Tokyo Bonetti's run this job with a Stocker file. And then we pass through this, Jason specification, too, I thought goad, which imperatively decides, you know, how to train the model of what data defect based on the specification. So it's sort of like a nice blend of the two. Like, we're, we're sort of like route were sort of using a little bit of declared if pieces in building our daddy's job on this specifying the Docker container away, also had this dynamic piece this API that are brought teams are using to, you know, sort of trade models on their terms of actively taking a step back. How did you come upon the insight of giving this unified experience through an API because, like it's, it's not necessarily like this is not. I just want to understand your thought process, a little bit better because this is not necessarily like a like, you know, aliens to be leads to see, you know, kind of insight this is a inside of there's all this disconnected stuff that's going on in the machine learning developers workflow..

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"yambol" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"yambol" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"You know, my algorithm is like I want my false positive rate to be this, and after that maximize recall and figuring out also like, in some cases, we kind of compose models, like, you know, try and run this one, but fall back to that one all the stuff in the API. I think that really it's been like a really good force, and kind of having this automatic retraining on top of it to have sort of, like codify, our valuation metrics, because you kind of have to do that, if you want to automate, all of the stuff and now we have. Kind of like a little bit of an evaluation API that we've built as well that, rob. Probably say more about too, is when I think of an API. I think of something that is kind of an imperative interface. Like I'm executing an API right now. Like, I'm making API request computer. Go do something, the coober Netease way of things is more of a declarative like this should be the state of the world at all times. Tell me a perspective on declarative versus imperative. I realize it's a sliding scale it's kind of semantic, but I mean you could have made you could have done this declared. If you could have said like railyard is a declarative way of describing when and how you want to run your models. But instead, you said here is an API you make requests to it was was that deliberate or like told me about declarative versus imperative in your mind it was pretty deliberate. And it was it was very driven by the product teams in that they were very interested in colleagues API, I write they wanted this API to resist because. They wanted to build in a sort of the idea of we want to retrain, these models in evaluate them and then decide whether or not to put them in the production, they, they wanted to own that logic, because that is sort of their logic to own as, as a product team. They're the ones making the decisions about is this model better than the last one showed this model go into production that sort of thing. So from their perspective, what they really want. It was in the eye that they'd call like sort of dynamic API declared peace interesting questions so on Cuba, Netease. You know, we use like the Cuban daddy's jobs, interface in, there are pieces of that, that are declared it, right. You know, we sort of have this, this pile of Yambol that describes how we want to run the job. Right. So, you know, to run a job on Cooper, daddy's, you have this gamble description of I wanna run this job with these resources with this Docker file. Right. So that is very declared if and we build up one of these declared a specifications when we run the job within that job within that. Docker container where executing a bunch of imperative python code. Right. So it's sort of these pieces all work together. So we make API calls. We make this or this dynamic she API call with Jason specification for how we want to train the job. We build this declared a spec to Tokyo Bonetti's run this job with a Stocker file. And then we pass through this, Jason specification, too, I thought goad, which imperatively decides, you know, how to train the model of what data defect based on the specification. So it's sort of like a nice blend of the two. Like, we're, we're sort of like route were sort of using a little bit of declared if pieces in building our daddy's job on this specifying the Docker container away, also had this dynamic piece this API that are brought teams are using to, you know, sort of trade models on their terms of actively taking a step back. How did you come upon the insight of giving this unified experience through an API because, like it's, it's not necessarily like this is not. I just want to understand your thought process, a little bit better because this is not necessarily like a like, you know, aliens to be leads to see, you know, kind of insight this is a inside of there's all this disconnected stuff that's going on in the machine learning developers workflow. Let's unified into an API that is by the way, I was looking at a request for like railyard like it's a lot of stuff you have to put in a lot of different parameters because a machine learning job is very complicated. But at the same time, it's very nice to have all this stuff in one place. What led to that insight? We struggled in the beginning struggles. Right word, we just had a lot of our decisions to make about sort of how many constituents there's so many different people that you're trying to cater to with this API. Yeah. There are a lot of constituents. But I think I think one thing that we did. Right. In one thing that we had to make a decision on early was sort of how how much freedom to, to give users in terms of the co that was. Being executed. So my mentioned the blog goes at one thing, we could have done is when we wrote rail yards, we were essentially, mostly just using cycler as machine learning platform. I don't think we did not have actually boost as a as a as a framework in that point. We're just using cycler and one thing that we could have done, and one thing that we talked about it, like seriously considered doing, it was just building a DSL for Cy killer, right where, you know, people would specify not just how we want to fetch data and how we want to hold out that data and how we want to filter that data, but literally how we want to construct the rest of our M L pipeline. Like each component like how to transform it, how to encode it. What model are estimated. We wanted to learn or wanted to us, and we consider that we thought maybe we could build a DSL aware, where folks would literally right? No python. The only thing they would have to write was this declared of Jason specification of how they wanted to build as machining machine learning job and to end. So they all he would have to do is write some Jason and that would. Say that would contain everything that they needed to run their job. I really, really happy. We decided not to do that we sort of paint a middle ground. There are some things that every every machine learning job needs to do. They all need to fetch data, and they all need to, like run that data through some sort of fall. Right. And then at the end they want to be able to serialize other model and they wanna be able to, to serialize some sort of valuation data, basically every machine learning job has a handful of things no matter what framework use, or what problem. They're trying to solve the almost all kind of have a, a few things that they have to do. Right. And so the railyard API really tries to address kind of those core, fundamental properties properties that are fundamental to every male job. And then kind of leave the rest up to the user, so I sort of jokingly referred to, to railyard as, like arbitrary python execution service, with opinion, sort of opinionated interfaces at the Valerie's on. That's kind of what it is. You know when you write a railyard. Workflow. We have these functions we have a method like trade. We said we're going to call the training method with your data that you have to implement. Right. Like at the very least we say you need to tell us Howard and how to fetch data. And then you need to write some python code. That trains your model impassioned model back out. But, you know, the product person is writing this python, and they can do whatever they want in that train Beth. Right. The only contract is we're gonna pass the data in in you need to pass a trained model backout and within the train mended, you can write whatever python what and we've also allowed users to sort of override, how they fetch data that can customize that. And I think the flexibility in terms of letting our customers kind of right the machine learning workflows that they need to write in python and us really just a finding the interfaces is part of the reason that we've gotten pretty decent adoption with railyard, because we have me haven't constrained, kind of like fundamentally what they're wanting to do. We haven't, you know, constrain them to just use one framework or just, you know, just right on in the way that we want them to the, you know, they have. A lot of freedom to build these training, workflows. We just sort of define the interfaces for them. Digital ocean is a.

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"yambol" Discussed on This Week in Machine Learning & AI

This Week in Machine Learning & AI

15:14 min | 1 year ago

"yambol" Discussed on This Week in Machine Learning & AI

"Yeah. It's pretty efficient. I think it's used in a lot of kind of big data uses you can also do things like product pushed out, and we have a way in the training API to kind of specifies filters there to just kind of like save save some effort President Bush down. Yeah. So if you know you only need certain columns or something like you know, you can, you can load it a little bit more efficiently and not have to carry around a lot of extra data. Gotta the other. Interesting thing that you talked about in the context of the event based framework is the whole. Role. Time machine you is the way you said it kind of alluding to the point in time correctness of feature. Snapshot can you elaborate a little bit on? Did you did you start there or did you evolve to that, that seems to be in my conversations kind of I don't know? Maybe like one of the cutting edges or bleeding edge is that people are trying to deal with, as they scale up these these data management systems for features. Yeah. For this particular project in this version, we started their stripe. Previously kind of looked at something a little bit related a couple years before. And in a lot of ways, we kind of learn from that. So you ended up with something that was more more powerful and sort of solve some of these issues at the platform level. We did at that point. We had been running machine learning applicastions in production for a few years. So, I think everyone has their horror stories rate of like the things that can go wrong, especially kind of outer correct this level and like everyone has their story about, like reimplementing teachers in different languages, which we we'd it for a while to and kind of all the things that can go wrong there. So. I think we really tried to learn from both, like what are all the things we'd seen go well, or go wrong in individual locations. And then also from kind of like our previous attempts at some of this type of thing like, what, what was good and you know what could still be better. And out of curiosity would do us for data warehouse. And are there multiple or is it is there just one? We've used a combination of Redshift and presto over the past couple of years. They have a little bit of sort of, like different abilities and strengths. And those are those are things that people like to use to experiment with machine learning. Although, like we generally, don't use them in our production, flows cannot prefer the event, these model until as the event based model parallel, or thog, all to, to Redshift, or press, or is it a front end to either these two systems. Yeah. I guess we have we actually have a friend that we've built for Redshift and presto. Separately from from machine learning. That's really nice. And let's people like to the extent. They have permissions to do, so, like explorer tables, or put on at Titians on tables. We have an integrated are in general, I would say we could do some work on. Are you is for for stuff? We've definitely focused more on the back end infra API side. Although we do have some things like our auto retreating service has a UI where you can see, like what's the status of my job? Like was it did it finish? Did it produce a model those better than the previous model? I think I'm just still trying to wrap my head around the event base model here. You know, as an example of a question is coming to mind in an event base world are you regenerating the features, you know, every time and if you've got, you know, some complex feature that involves a lot of transformation, or you have to backfill ton of data. Like what does that even mean in an event base? Based world where I think of like you have vents and they go away. Is there some kind of store for all that, that isn't Redshift or presto? Well, whenever we say event, you know, we're publishing something to cough cut, and then we're archiving it to S three then that persists like you know, as long as we want it to in some cases, basically forever and two that is available. We do end up doing a decent amount of back filling of kind of, like, you know, you define the transform features you want. But then any, you know, you need to run that back over all the data you'll need for your training set. That's something that we've actually done a lot of from the beginning partly because of our applications, like when you're looking at fraud. You know, the way you find out if you're right or not as that, like, in some time period, usually within ninety days that sometimes longer than that, the cardholder decides whether they're going to dispute something fraudulent or not, and that's compared to like, you know, if you're doing ads trying to get clicks like you kind of get the result right away. And we, you know, so I think we've always like been interested in kind of like being able to backfill. So that is you can log things forward. But then it's like you'll probably have to wait a little bit of time before you have enough of a data set that you can train on it. Coosa. We talked about the data side of things, we talked about training and experiments about inference. Yeah. That's, that's a really great question. And not stuff kind of like the first thing that we built infrastructure support for at first a decent number of years ago. Like I think even before things like blow were really popular. And so we have like our own scholar service that we use to do our production, real time inference, and we started out, especially because we have mostly transactional data, we don't a lot of things like images at least as are most critical applications at this point, a lot of our early models and even still today. Like most of our production models are kind of like tree base models like initially things. Like random forests and now things more like extra boost. And so we've kind of like we have the serialisation for that built in to our training workflows, and we've optimized that to run pretty efficiently and our scholar in print service. And then we built some kind of nice layers on top of that for things like model composition kind of what we call meta models where, you know, you can take your machine learning model, and kind of, like almost like within the model sort of compose something like at a threshold to it or like for radar. We train some array of like, in some cases user specific models long, like, maybe more some global models. And so you can kind of incorporate in the framework of a model doing that dispatch for your kind of like fit matches these conditions score with these models. Otherwise score with this model like here's how you combine it. And then the way that interfaces with your application, that each application has what we call a tag and basically, the tag points to the model identifier, which is kind of like immutable. And whenever you have a new model you're ready to ship. You just like update. What does that tide point too? And then you know in production you're saying like score the model for this tag. I think that's pretty similar to like, you know, if you read about Michelangelo and things like that, sometimes, we're like oh, we all came up with the same thing. Yeah. I think that a lot of people have kind of come up with some of these, these ways of doing things that just kinda makes sense. It also sounds a little bit. Like some of what Selden is trying to capture an Kuban Eddie's environment. Brings you to the inference running in communities or is that a separate infrastructure? It's not right now. I think that's mostly, like a matter of time and prioritization, like the first thing we moved to Nettie was the training piece, because the workflow management piece was so power or sorry, the resource management was so powerful like being able to swap out CPAP you high memory. We've moved some of our the sort of real time feature evaluation to communities, which has been really great and made it like a lot less toil to kind of deploy new feature versions at some point, we will probably also move the infant service to as we kind of haven't gotten there yet 'cause it is still some work to do that. And. This is the, the inferences happening on AWS as well. And are you using kind of standard CPU instances or doing anything fancy there? Yes. So we read on cloud for pretty much everything and definitely used a lot of AWS for the real time inference of the most sensitive like production. He's cases. We're definitely mostly using CPU, and we've done a lot of optimization work has worked pretty well for us. I think we do have some folks who've kind of experimented a little bit with, like hourly or batch scoring. Using some other things. So I think that's something that we're definitely thinking about, as we have more people production, ising kind of, like more complex types of models, where we might want something different. You mentioned a lot of optimization that you've done is that on a model by model basis. Or are there platform things that you've done that helped him is across the various models, that you're deploying for inference? Yeah. Definitely a lot of things at the platform level. Like I think the first models that we ever ever scored in our infant service. We're here lies with Yambol and they were like, really huge. And they caused a lot of garbage when we tried to load them. And so, like we did some work there for kind of tree base models. To be able to look things from disk memory really quickly like not producing much garbage so that, that kind of thing things that we did, especially kind of like in the earlier days. What are you using for worrying the models, you doing rest or GOP, or something altogether different? Yeah. We rest right now I think, Jerry has like something that we're interested in, but we haven't done yet is all of your all of the infants done via kind of the arrest and like kind of micro service style. Or do you also do more? I guess, embedded types of inference for like where you need have super low latency requirements does rest kind of meet the need across the application portfolio. Yeah. And even fairness critical applications like shield things have worked pretty all one other thing, our restriction team has done. That's worked really well for us is on migrating a lot of things to onboard. So we've seen some, some things where like we didn't understand why there was some delay like in what we measured for how long things took verses like what it took to the user, just kind of went away, as we moved to on voi- boy. Oh boy. Like a service networking mush, though is developed by lift and his kind of like open source library, and it handles, a lot of it can handle lot of things like service to service communication, the inference environment is doing absent of Kuban eighties all the things that you'd expect communities to do in terms of, like auto scaling and. Load balancing across the different service instances, or is that stuff all done statically? We take care of the routing ourselves. And we also at this point, kind of like sharded are inference service, so not all models are stored on every host so that we don't need hosts like infinite memory and so that we take care of ourselves. The scaling we is not fully automated at this point. We do we have kind of, like quality of service that we have multiple kind of clusters of machines and we tear a little bit by, like, you know how sensitive your applications and what you need from it, so that we can be a little bit more lax with people who are developing, and wanna test, and not have that, like potentially have any impact on more critical applications. But we haven't done like totally automated, scaling something, we kind of still look at a little bit ourselves viewer. You're kind of just starting down this. This journey without having done all the things that, that you've done at strike. Where do you think you would start if you just, you know, you're at an organization, this kind of increasing the invested in or investing in machine learning and needs to try to gain some efficiencies?.

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"yambol" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"yambol" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Let's see what you okay to sin. Yeah. Why in a one year deal for Richie, and like we, hey, we need somebody to get us to Vegas. You know, Richie incognito is the guy to get us through this season. In Oakland Yambol now you still pretty good in the thirties made three pro bowls after the age of thirty. He's out of the league in two thousand fourteen came right back, Pro Bowl Pro Bowl Pro Bowl. Okay. He's like, there's a whole lot going on there with Richie incognito. Let's see JP in wiscon- RJR in Wisconsin. Agr. Hey, how you doing? Good, sir. I have my best for the weekend is Christian yelich. He's got to win the MVP again, numbers are just starting to get together that pitching performance. I don't it's like last year. They started out slow lovely for forget, the may slump this year, though the worst is the bucks. I, I don't know what to say about them the only thing I can think of is they did make some adjustments with the one. They really didn't that bothered me was whenever Toronto with Dr and not shoot the three pointers on each side of the of, of three point lane down the side. We're wide open and just hitting those threes. And I really think they needed to enforce her somehow build a trade for Draymond green. Stop jailer. Thanks for the phone call. I mean you started out. Okay. And then all of a sudden we're talking about a game that already passed. And now we're trying to get dream on green. Christian yelich twenty one home runs through Memorial Day. The sixth most in a season all time up until that point, the most since Albert, PU holes in two thousand six if you're wondering most home runs through Memorial Day all time. Barry Bonds Mark Maguire Peru holes Griffey junior.

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"yambol" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"yambol" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Right from your phone. What else can biz any other crazy wackadoo little stories? You got far all got a pretty wild story. I don't know how many people are still listening because you've been going pretty long wanna table 'cause I went to Victoria. And it reminded me of the wild story that we're not we're during the lockout and max Talbot was stolen these games in Quebec. I think he through about five or six charity games through that lock. I ended up flying out there to go plan to this was I want to say it was before Canadian thanksgiving. So I find out too much y'all play these games I end up going to to I took down an absolute mess. So I'm on top of the world. You know, these French girls mannered thirty year, then guys. So I'm flying back out to Victoria. And I have to connect in Vancouver so-. I land in Vancouver. And I have like a two two and a half hour layover. So I head up a bar and up grabbing a meal while there's nice looking lady little older woman next to me while we start shooting the shit. She's originally from kalona lives in California. Now, she's going back up to Colona for Canadian thanksgiving, and you know, just start shooting the shit. We can we start hitting it off. And there's a number exchange, and you know, talks turned a little bit sexual. So I signed up my Bill, and I said of are in the airport at the barn airport. So I end up sign on my Bill. So let me walk you over to your gate, and as walking over I say, let's go off sex, and that handicap bathroom over there, and she's like your back, and I said, I. No. I said, let's go. Hey, you got idea part you. Hottick? So so here's here's a problem with the story. Obviously some people be like do. That's ridiculous you and the handicap bathroom, it was one that was like talked away where yes, if somebody would have came knocking order to use it, I would've felt bad. But as one of those ones that was like a family onto where you could win like change that diaper. So whatever guys obviously have a sickness Yambol horny guy. So I end up bringing this in this bathroom and actually being the wheels offer and as in sex some of you people make it offended by that as well. And as as the blow she's come over and take a picture. So I came all over the fuck, I swear to God. I still have a number my phone, and it was it was insane. I up Senate texoma buddies like dude, you would never guess what just happened biz use the ges filter. Yeah. Are a you are fucking clown. But yeah that was so I got to get a notch in the airport. I was that was a while one of the wild stories from from my my crazy days. That's phenomenal. I mean, that's Joe psych. But you know, you got the TAT's you're all ripped up, and you're sitting there, and she's already loving you. And then you, you know, when you say that she's like, this is this is a man that like, I get my rocks off just like a bad fuck, and she probably thought you were criminal. I get my rocks off at doing things and weird situations. Like, I need that. Well, yeah. I mean, so all would you fuck girl in an airport? Fuck ya. Oh, yeah. I mean, that's the type of shit. I used to do all the time when I was young dumb and full of come in my twenties. I would do all that stuff. I love these stories because I was kinda like when I was younger. It's all I settled down. Like, I when I was driving home with two strange of rise. I didn't even know them. Like, I was hitting on one girl. She wanted nothing to do with me. And that was me and the other girl left. She's I drive my car I'm drunk and she put on a CD. And I I knew everywhere on the CD. It was Arrowsmith. She's like, oh my God. You like our Smith. I'm like on the old shit. She's like turned on by that next end on ener fuck on house didn't bit..

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"yambol" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"yambol" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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"yambol" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"yambol" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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"yambol" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"yambol" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"This is a new offense here that we're going to create now come get us. You got you got a game plan against us. Also mentioned it I could see Oakland with three first round picks taking collar Mer. Like a mclovin he got a poll question today? Well, you just inspired one. If you're I'm going to I don't know which teams say Miami, Washington Jacksonville. If I gave you a choice between Cuyler Murray and Nick foles in the right to as as a fan who are you more excited about while? You're more excited about Conor Murray. Oh, you definitely are s. Yes. I think the falls would win that poll now. Now, if you said confident as opposed to excited, right very different because Nick foles, I would be confident in I'd be more excited with Cuyler Mur more. Downside. More. I guess the downside would be Cuyler Murray. Because I don't know if he can play at this level and in a consistent basis, Nick foles, it you know, what you're getting with Nichols. At least it feels like you know, what I don't know what I'm getting with Cuyler Murray. But if I'm Jacksonville. I I would be hard pressed to pass up collar Murray the giants it doesn't feel like Cuyler Murray would be the kind of quarterback the giants would bring in it. Feels like Haskins would be you know, playing in that stadium. Where wind is always an issue. You know, we like the big strong quarterback. But Kyla Murray's got a baseball arm. So yeah, mclovin. It's hard to believe there. Kyla mary? Nick foles play the same position. You can't be more different than those students who is the opposite of Kyla Amaury athleticism. Is it who's I want to it Brady? Yeah. Well quarterback sneak. So you gotta give him credit for that. He he's grated quarterback. Sneak who's the least mobile quarterback. I think you counter and Joe flacco incredible lack of excitement, and charisma. Right. Jack, Joe can't run or inner teen. I liked you fly. But Nick foles same way. Yeah. They're like, Paul. He flat lines. Yeah. I mean, those two it's basically the same quarterback. You're getting. One is Brown hair. One is black hearing. But fulls was a division. One caliber basketball player though. Remember he was in studio came off at who's got into those threes. Yeah. Jay Cutler was a great high school quarter basketball player too. So I, you know, I don't think that matters too much here. Don't you judge all our guests by how they shoot around at our studio and Super Bowl week. That's like the biggest factor. Well, you can see how competitive they are gronk had a broken arm, and he came in Dunkin the basketball ongoing, I don't think Bill Belichick wants to see that video Yambol Jays. Like a hybrid of Kyla Murray. Joe flacco he's got the lethargic boringness of flacco. But he had some running ability and a great arm. Yeah. All right. So what's the poll question? We're going to come up. I think just for clicks. We gotta do if you're Jacksonville. Do you want Murray or Nick foles, then we switch it up to Washington Miami layer, you got flacco in there too. Okay. I'll give you flacco. And why did put Dwayne Haskins in there? Just as you know, the top quarterback want to this is click stand. Jacksonville has the seventh pick overall. Yeah. You got the giants sitting at six in the talent evaluator who has broken down. Murray as much as you know, he's he's able to he's the one that said to me about a month ago. He don't be surprised if Haskins is the number one overall pick. And remember, we didn't know if he was coming out. We didn't even know if he's a first round pick. And he said Haskins could be the number one overall pick and that was five weeks ago that he told me that. So I'll give you his thoughts on Cuyler Murray. They will surprise you have that for you coming up, and we'll talk to Jeff passan of when when are we going to get a better indication clear indication of what color Murray is going to do. Well, also check in with the man who wrote the book on Bill Belichick. Ian, O'Connor has some interesting things about Bella check going into this weekend's game in Kansas City, and you can't help but think back to that Miami game when gronk was the free safety and they lost the game. And they lost homefield advantage because they would be hosting Kansas City this weekend..

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"yambol" Discussed on This American Life

This American Life

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"yambol" Discussed on This American Life

"Dollars on bogus prize promotions investments. Gold coins you name it. So the FBI went to March. And said we really think that we need to take your telephone number way from you because it's being used to ruin your life. So once Marge agreed to that her telephone number was installed in the home of an FBI. Volunteer. And that volunteer every time that phone line rang, the Marjolein that volunteer would pick up that telephone an answer it and pose as March. David diamond. How are you? Okay. Here. Video. Yes. I have it. Okay. Video is with regards. Is the person who is heading up program. Accessible upstart companies successful you've probably heard of hard copy. Original producer hardcopy. You're smiling. As you listen to this. What what are you smiling about? Well, I'm smiling. Because I it's been awhile since I've heard heard Mars, and she sounds so old and so fragile and such an easy Mark when you know, she's the sharp FBI informant. She doesn't look as old as as she sounds trust me. So that's one one aspect of it. The the other aspect is this whole Mark Erickson is he a real person is a real person he was named in our lawsuit. And was he a an original producer of hard copy? He was a segment producer and on the air reporter for hard copy for a brief period of time. And I mean is this sort of typical of the cons in the tapes that you've heard that that they'll try to associate what they're selling with a legitimate business, or or organization or television show something that people have heard of. Exactly, they want wanna make this. Yeah. Something people can relate to. Invest everything got or do nothing at all. You should invest everything you have. Transfer all of this program or do nothing. It doesn't make just a little bit. Think about doing a million dollars in this program. Oh god. No. That's right might. Liquid every nickel. You've got that you want to be in this situation You you either one. wholeheartedly and upgrade your investments or or you don't. The whole thing. I haven't never liquidate everything I have. Mike because there's always gambled. Anything like this? What? Well. Like well. Invest in. There's always that Yambol. Now, I want to ask you, you told me once that you thought he sounded nervous on this tape, and in this part where she saying, you know, an investment like this, and he's sort of, you know, questioning her well, what do you mean? Like this. I wonder is do you have any sense that he's suspicious that she might know what he's up to do. They know that volunteers are out there. Trying to trap them posing his dupes. No since we talked about this tape last actually sorta had a revelation came to me as to why. I listened to over forty individual tapes of David diamond conversations with margin conversations with others over the course of about a year and one of the things when you've listened to all of them, you find that David in sort of the early the earlier part of that year. Was much more kind of sweet in cautious in trying to bond with these women in patient, and sometimes it's been an hour on the phone with them table be an hour long..

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"yambol" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"yambol" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"African with a high motive. Now I got most not mom. Dream on three themes there and log inaudibly by the doors and by the way you're not making tomorrow you don't. You don't think you know what. With the wisdom teeth. I'm not making it. Pain. What's your prediction for the fight pain. Is that rocky three day, is that rocky. That's. Clubber Lang. Okay. All right. But dis yesterday, what am I sought to to foot that he's on fire today? Shout out to the back row. Oh, all right. Well, there you go. Thank you d they're literally on fire a strong call from day yet is as that was well, nobody's called me out that I won't be able to answer the bell tomorrow after getting wisdom to. I appreciate that though. Do you have a backup plan if I can't make the call Bali? Nope. We should get a backup plan and can't case. I can't answer the bell. I suggested it to management. All right. Yes, paulie are yes for I think he's more concerned about you than calling you out and challenging, whether you're going to be tough enough to get through Friday, show pain. I asked the doc, I said, do you think I can do my shell? And he said, yeah, but can you do your show? Well, I go. Why can't do that? Even when I not on medication Yambol you, you're going to be in pain either way you might as well hang out here, which meet Friday too. Right? But then I don't know if I'm going to be able to enjoy meet Friday what blended up and give straw. That's all. So gross Mark in Arizona. Hey, Mark, what do you have for me? Hey, Dan, I just want to give you a little tip at forty five years old. I went and had to poll just regular twos with laughing gas, and I'll tell you what the next hour. I spent crying like a little baby in Walgreens, waiting for my painkillers. You are not gonna be working tomorrow. Trust me pal, but good luck. All right. Well, thank you, Mark, man. That was the most ominous. Good luck. Yeah. Yeah, but good luck hold the that. That was a challenge de was like, I hope you. Going to be okay. That was like, I, I dare you to be able to do the show tomorrow. Maybe I should reconsider this the the procedure yet I'm supposed to have it in an hour. You still gonna have to pay. I can kill within twenty four hours. You still have to pay. I need a note from my doctor to give to my doctor. I mean, how much? All right. How much does your wisdom tooth really hurt? It's tolerable. Why did they tell you? You needed to have it pulled. They took one of those scandals x-rays, and then he goes, look, you should get it out because it's going to cause you even more problems down the road. It's like a casket. When you look at your teeth when you get an x Ray, it looks like there's like this little casket, like a dead tooth. They're lying sideways. Did they tell you as a problem? Or was it a problem? And you said this to through this bother me, it was bothering me it and they every time I've had my rays that the dentists will always say, you know, you should probably get those out. Yes, yeah. Yeah. I have the same conversation with I grant granted. I haven't been to the dentist in about ten years, but the last time I went, they had a similar conversation with me about, I think they said my jaws is gonna break at some point. Oh my it hasn't yet. It clicks a lot, but it hasn't broke. It hasn't been. Yes, Tom, you didn't drop a don't. You know who I am kind of thing. I know it's the Friday afternoon before a holiday weekend, but to just find a way for him to be available, take care and do it Friday right after the show today. Thank you. We talk to Nick Sabin the Alabama coach earlier in the show I our and we talked about his quarterbacking situation. Here is Nick Sabin Dan. How are you. I'm not bad. I appreciate it every year..

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"yambol" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"yambol" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Yes, mclovin I think in the last couple of years, I don't know the name of the company. They have. At a more concussion safe helmet radiant resisted it properly. Last season I'm kind of putting together is apparently also the face is a little different to you have to get different used to a different view, but they made a huge deal of it on that local telecasts. Yeah, I've coming back to it. Brady's old helmet. I'm not going to get the brand was outlawed because it before poorly and testing. So he had no choice that she was a new one. Okay. But they were saying something about grandfathered in was ask hausky they said, was grandfathered into the old, the old helmet, okay. He's a kicker though, who actually got her. I know he got hurt on a tackle on the kickoff. Yeah. So there was something about grandfathering. We'll take out. Make sure what the rule is. Yeah, unless Brady was grandfathered in with the old helmet, but they were talking about this, you know, pre game. And during the game Yambol Brady told the media that he was uncomfortable, the face mask of the new helmet, but he's trying it out. It looked pretty good, like the sight lines of it. 'cause different? Yeah, it looked pretty good. James white looked pretty good. I mean, it's sort of Saint patriots. HOGAN with a couple of catches, you know, just that somehow make it work. Amick Levin all of a sudden Cordeiro Patterson who the entire looks like Randy moss. They said he had like a seventy yard touchdown where he's starts, touch the sideline. They took it back. What if that guy was good, that would be so patriots. We've got a lot of talent. I remember him as a return guy with the Vikings, but he's never put it together. I, if you can't put it together with Brady, then you can't put it together. But a lot of football last night. Got a stat of the day. Well, it's going to be on the Mets. Mets. Pretty amazing when you score thirty runs in a day, but you only have one win. That's mezziane, but we'll we'll have a stat of the day, but Joe, Thomas former Browns all pro tackle who is going to turn into be one of the great analyst Brooks kept will join us PGA champion, Matt carpenter, the cardinals infielder in MVP candidate. So we got a busy show in this meet Friday. Your phone calls are always welcome. Mclovin will provide a. Poll question coming up. Is that right? Yeah, I have a great poll question off the guest list for today. Okay..

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"yambol" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

The Jock and Nerd Podcast

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"yambol" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

"My personal opinion, doctor doom, let's bring it back to a big bag on earth status space for a little bit. Maybe that direction. Anyhow, just want to know your thoughts on them. Definitely the ringer good one would be amazing. They're so much. You could do the to the tough. Yeah, we're doom and can in galactic. Galactic is another big red worse. There's lots man. You got k. conquer whose time traveler. The scrolls are could be interesting. Roles will be in kept immoral. Have the main scroll like the super scroll do scroll right? What about anomalous with? Good, a little crazy. Yeah. Now I don't think it'd be the biggest biggest a movie with anaylyst. Right, right. You gotta turn magneto in threats. Magneto the dark Phoenix. You know, you get you have so many soon as mister sinister. Could they make on. No man. Could they make him into an impressive ill? I don't think is the big big bag. The moment will be in Yambol and it'll be. I mean, they made a movie with the vulture. That thing is that they fucked up a lot of people. They didn't use fist yet, but they used Durant new door Ramu Durham, the ram you. I have come to partner with you. Dave Verdy used a. They've already used Altron us a huge. They burned a lot of big, big characters. What about juggernaut Jenner? Not schools, but he's fucked up apocalypse the, yeah, but they have to the other one. I thought I was like, they'd have to redo that. King or lack. This would be doing awesome or galactic or or Visco I just had hold on. I got before we go to the next Email I had. I just thought of random question if the James Gunn thing happened to Kevin, would Disney fired him that quickly. What do you think? Nobody never. Nobody looking to. I'm just wondering what they have been so quick to fucking fire. That guy, I don't know little double standard there. Okay. We got an Email from, I think they might have. Yeah. Sky made them fourteen billion dollars. I know. But I think we're, we're at a point zero. Yeah, this is the zero. Egg zero alerts, Jimmy, geek checking in hayme, running the rugs. Sorry, I went on a little bit of an Email. Hiatus took a few vacations in July, but rest assured I was listening to new episodes all month and enjoyed reviews of eight million and the wasp Luke cage and the krill amphibian I are the same age. So like him, I'd never seen the movie talking about the crow and like him. I, I thought when Brandon Lee came unscreened when, oh, she hit sting the wrestler, not the Sager like you around. I also thought he ledgers joker took a lot from Lee's portrayal of the crow as well. That being said, I really enjoyed this movie almost like a more raw darker punisher with a sweet nineties grown soundtrack, loved it. Try to watch masters of the universe couldn't get past the first ten minutes. Sorry, guys dolph longer lip synching when delivering dialogue was fun to watch though. So there's that you, we can't blame him for that. Honestly, it's a hard movie to get through was hoping you guys could give us some recommendations on stuff too. Watch, I joy when you guys let us in on what you've been watching. I saw that the second season aglow is now an ethics which is when rugs favorites last summer, anything new or renewed you guys are watching. Take care love what you do. Jimmy, the geek recommendations in a while, but it's kind of a slow period. Can I recommend it? I've seen stuff, but nothing I can. I haven't seen it. Have you been watching anything. You know me too since I moved I I had to get a new DVR and so I don't have any of my same recordings and I haven't reset them. And I've just kind of been free of it for a while, but I have some recommendations rugs. Do you have anything? I could pull them out of my ass. Let's start with the one. He mentioned glow season two. If you all the first season, you will eight. You will love the second season. It's lots of fun. Easy to watch. Marc. Maron is great being Marc Maron. I got a recommendation. Okay. What do you got. I've been watching a lot of YouTube counts..

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"yambol" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"yambol" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"At helm didn't necessarily specify you've got to be able to store those artifacts somewhere in a way that you trust and you can sign him you know may ensure that you're doing the right thing has some sort of dependency management all of those kinds of things are involved and then helms specifically what is helmed do helm is the easiest way to explain how am i find for people who aren't familiar with it is that is to take one step back into kuban eddie's incriminates is not actually at least the way i look at it's not really an application appointed system it's a series of objects that implement particular features that you can use by configuring them correctly incorrectly here is in quotes so if you know which objects enable which features you can create a manifest in yambol and you can turn on or off into figure various features with certain artifacts like containers that allow them a one or more containers to function coherently as a logical unit but cooler that he's it self doesn't understand the logic unit it just does what you tell it to do right so helm then is a way of breaking up those manifests that kuban entities the raw a communities manifest into logical chunks first of all so a deployment has one file instead of deployment the service in the pozo being the same file a deployment has one file ingress have one filed potentially secrets and so forth that helps you sort of logically understand the composition of your service or services so that's the first thing in the second thing and this is we're talking about a home chart here which is really sort of set of these files the second thing does is it uses go tempting although it's possible to plug in any other kind of tempting so that the core values that are important to you or in the top level values diana file and those values are then reused and inserted in the templates in lower level files ultimately helm just converts all those files into a manifest in gives that to kuban.

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"yambol" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"yambol" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"At helm didn't necessarily specify you've got to be able to store those artifacts somewhere in a way that you trust and you can sign him you know may ensure that you're doing the right thing has some sort of dependency management all of those kinds of things are involved and then helms specifically what is helmed do helm is the easiest way to explain how am i find for people who aren't familiar with it is that is to take one step back into kuban eddie's incriminates is not actually at least the way i look at it's not really an application appointed system it's a series of objects that implement particular features that you can use by configuring them correctly incorrectly here is in quotes so if you know which objects enable which features you can create a manifest in yambol and you can turn on or off into figure various features with certain artifacts like containers that allow them a one or more containers to function coherently as a logical unit but cooler that he's it self doesn't understand the logic unit it just does what you tell it to do right so helm then is a way of breaking up those manifests that kuban entities the raw a communities manifest into logical chunks first of all so a deployment has one file instead of deployment the service in the pozo being the same file a deployment has one file ingress have one filed potentially secrets and so forth that helps you sort of logically understand the composition of your service or services so that's the first thing in the second thing and this is we're talking about a home chart here which is really sort of set of these files the second thing does is it uses go tempting although it's possible to plug in any other kind of tempting so that the core values that are important to you or in the top level values diana file and those values are then reused and inserted in the templates in lower level files ultimately helm just converts all those files into a manifest in gives that to kuban.

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"yambol" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

I Am Rapaport

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"yambol" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

"He's the kind of got to come to one of my dinners like forty people for like another dinner haven't been invited to fuck it dinners you mentioned i needed to get fucking invite over here and he won't speak to anyone he won't say a fucking word it's hard not to talk for two hours whatever or talk to himself and he just like he's just he's just not comfortable like he's like eminem in a way in public so going on his jewelry is death lean up to with with with the dope shit i made to go to the v it's tough because there's so many pieces that i love and we're talking about celebrities now but i'll say this i retired in october two thousand sixteen because i was so sick and making jewelry and i was so sick of all the bullshit and i hate it where mumble rap and all this shit was going to join me crazy i think it gave me fucking gas game he just made me sick and i can't stand hearing yet yeah yeah yeah and like that's sixteen bars right there you said yeah yeah and i'm like yo bro like what fucking label clear this fucking song crazy so going on i retired in december as africa it's me up and he's like yo it's time and i was like it's not time 'cause i'm done he goes listen my boy i follow you on my space on my homeboys gave you an art piece we started going deep he's like this is before assad mile was even created right i know about your history i know you dame dash walk with each other heavy way back in the day he was part of the rockefeller og found the bubbler and his harlem you he's like bro is yams day on january sixteenth whatever and i was like okay and he goes i make this piece he sends me this yambol jeannie p which is lamborghini yoga but as sappy bull on there and i'm like.

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"yambol" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"yambol" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"To see this particular program id on this frequency is free so i'm going to start pushing the video down that frequency and then i'm going to tell your box to tune to that so then when we start thinking about like you know the xfinity systems and the fact people use netflix and hulu these are all ip based so this is on demand and then you can think about the way that they save bandwidth here is just cdn right you know if one hundred people in one neighborhood are watching the same netflix thing it's just cashed you know in a cdn so that's the way all the new stuff works in it allows kind of to free up bandwidth and things like that but you have to support all the old customers so we have ip video and qualm coming across well you have the multi cast video coming across the same backbone so you're you're essentially duplicating traffic so in addition to kind of replacing this hardware what this multiplex your did was consume from the same content that the ip boxes were consuming through the cdn and then pushing it out as the co ax video and to implement the coober nettie solution to this do you have to work much in go to create those custom third party resources or is that is that just creating something in a yambol file what's the developer experience like for creating that that custom solution the to make this.

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