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The Salesforce Admins Podcast
The Golden Age of the Admin with Shannon Gregg

The Salesforce Admins Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 28:59


Today on the Salesforce Admins Podcast, we talk to Dr. Shannon Gregg, Ph.D., MBA, and president of Cloud Adoption Solutions. She's also the author of It's About Time, a book about refocusing on the things that you think are really important. Join us as we talk about how work has changed since COVID, why it […] The post The Golden Age of the Admin with Shannon Gregg appeared first on Salesforce Admins.

Turnbuckle Report
Episode 96: Wrestling with a Cock-Tail

Turnbuckle Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 41:37


Welcome folks to another episode of the Turnbuckle Report! Does WWE need to worry about the first 30 minutes of Smackdown or does AEW need to get a life? Can anything get better than Wednesday nights.. oh wait, AEW hasn't been there? What is with Becky going to Raw, will we ever find out?  You'll find out tonight and Whether your heel or babyface, you do you baby!!!Check us out:www.twitter.com/TurnBuckleRepo1www.facebook.com/TurbuckleReportGive us feedback:Admin@turnbucklereport.com

Microsoft Mechanics Podcast
AI-based Privacy Management for Microsoft 365

Microsoft Mechanics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 13:21


Get started with Microsoft's new AI-based privacy management solution for Microsoft 365, which applies intelligence to quickly assess your organization's privacy risks and help anyone working with personal data make the right decisions. Alym Rayani, General Manager for Microsoft 365 Compliance and Privacy, joins Jeremy Chapman to show how you can automate subject rights requests for Microsoft 365 data and ensure integration with your existing solutions using our API. Privacy requirements universally impact organizations as more privacy regulations are introduced around the globe. And just like security is a top priority, privacy needs to be too. Now you can build a privacy resilient organization where everybody working with personal data is empowered to be part of the solution. For admins- We've tailored the experience to what privacy teams care about to proactively identify and protect against common privacy risks. For privacy managers- We've built automation for processing subject rights requests at scale, and at quality, whether you're using our built-in experience or tools from a partner. For users- Understand privacy risks in the moment, or even in the context of your work with data. ► QUICK LINKS: 00:00 - Introduction 02:19 - See how it works: Everyday user experience 05:41 - Admin experience 08:00 - Policies 10:20 - Subject rights requests 12:38 - Wrap up ► Link References: Get started with a trial experience at https://aka.ms./TryPrivacyManagement Find guidance geared towards admins, data officers, and data workers at https://aka.ms/PrivacyManagementDocs ► Unfamiliar with Microsoft Mechanics? We are Microsoft's official video series for IT. You can watch and share valuable content and demos of current and upcoming tech from the people who build it at #Microsoft. Subscribe to our YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/MicrosoftMechanicsSeries?sub_confirmation=1 Join us on the Microsoft Tech Community: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/microsoft-mechanics-blog/bg-p/MicrosoftMechanicsBlog Watch or listen via podcast here: https://microsoftmechanics.libsyn.com/website ► Keep getting this insider knowledge, join us on social: Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MSFTMechanics Follow us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/microsoft-mechanics/

Helotes Hills United Methodist Church
Love, Joy, Peace 2021 10 10

Helotes Hills United Methodist Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 53:18


Please note that this service was recorded outdoors in the Pumpkin Patch and sound quality is not normal. Scripture references: Psalm 37:1-9 and Galatians 5:22-26 “HOW GREAT IS OUR GOD” -- CCLI Song # 4348399 | Chris Tomlin | Ed Cash | Jesse Reeves | © 2004 sixsteps Music (Admin. by Capitol CMG Publishing) | Vamos Publishing (Admin. by Capitol CMG Publishing) | worshiptogether.com songs (Admin. by Capitol CMG Publishing) | Wondrously Made Songs (Admin. by Music Services, Inc.) | For use solely with the SongSelect® Terms of Use. All rights reserved. www.ccli.com | CCLI License # 2544867 “TRUST IN YOU” -- CCLI Song # 7025522 | Lauren Daigle | Michael Farren | Paul Mabury | © 2014 CentricSongs (Admin. by Capitol CMG Publishing) | See You At The Pub (Admin. by Capitol CMG Publishing) | Oceans Away Music (Admin. by Essential Music Publishing LLC) | So Essential Tunes (Admin. by Essential Music Publishing LLC) | Farren Love And War Publishing (Admin. by Integrity Music) | Integrity's Alleluia! Music (Admin. by Integrity Music) | For use solely with the SongSelect® Terms of Use. All rights reserved. www.ccli.com | CCLI License # 2544867 “BEAUTIFUL ONE” -- CCLI Song # 3915912 | Tim Hughes | © 2002 Thankyou Music (Admin. by Capitol CMG Publishing) | For use solely with the SongSelect® Terms of Use. All rights reserved. www.ccli.com | CCLI License # 2544867 “GOOD GOD ALMIGHTY” -- CCLI Song # 7168602 | Ben Glover | David Crowder | Jeff Sojka | © 2021 9t One Songs (Admin. by Capitol CMG Publishing) | Ariose Music (Admin. by Capitol CMG Publishing) | Capitol CMG Genesis (Admin. by Capitol CMG Publishing) | Capitol CMG Paragon (Admin. by Capitol CMG Publishing) | Inot Music (Admin. by Capitol CMG Publishing) | sixsteps Music (Admin. by Capitol CMG Publishing) | Sojka Songs (Admin. by Capitol CMG Publishing) | For use solely with the SongSelect® Terms of Use. All rights reserved. www.ccli.com | CCLI License # 2544867 “COME TO THE RIVER” -- CCLI Song # 6499167 | Allen Salmon | Rhett Walker | © 2012 Free The Salmon Music (Admin. by Capitol CMG Publishing) | Stonebrook Music Company (Admin. by Capitol CMG Publishing) | Ships In A Bottle (Admin. by Essential Music Publishing LLC) | So Essential Tunes (Admin. by Essential Music Publishing LLC) | For use solely with the SongSelect® Terms of Use. All rights reserved. www.ccli.com | CCLI License # 2544867

Talking With Tech AAC Podcast
Coaching Call with Anya Ashouri: Getting School Admin Buy-In for AAC

Talking With Tech AAC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 45:08


This week, the TWT team interviews Anya Ashouri, an SLP and AT Specialist for a Non-Public School who had questions about  identifying students in her school who are complex communicators but were not given AAC to communicate. Anya describes how she came to learn that her school needed more robust AT, the steps she took to train herself on AAC and AT, and asks Chris and Rachel for advice on getting admin and parent buy-in for robust AAC.    Before the interview, Chris and Rachel talk about a journal article from May 2020, called “The Effects of Telepractice to Support Family Members in Modeling a Speech-Generating Device in the Home”. The article resonated with Chris and Rachel because they both had always felt that coaching family members through tele practice can lead to greater success than direct therapy alone.   Key ideas this week:  

Turnbuckle Report
Episode 95: Just another Bro-Mance

Turnbuckle Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 52:26


Welcome folks to another episode of the Turnbuckle Report! Was Big E just holding the belt for Drew? Is a true Bro-mance starting to form in the WWE? Has AEW forgot which day of the week Dynamite plays?  You'll find out tonight and Whether your heel or babyface, you do you baby!!!Check us out:www.twitter.com/TurnBuckleRepo1www.facebook.com/TurbuckleReportGive us feedback:Admin@turnbucklereport.com

Style Diaries Decoded Podcastâ„¢

In Episode 2,  it's time to tap in & get your Style Head in the game! Join us as we dive into the Client Mindset - the twists, turns, expectations, Fabienne's must-tell client ghosting story & how Adrienne mastered her own expectations as a stylist. It doesn't stop there! That Lone Wolf Mentality? It's blocking you from being fully present in your brand. There's a juicy list of HOW to stay engaged, free yourself from being Admin, Payroll, Accounting, etc. Real Women, Real Talk, No Fluff. Let's go!Stay connected with Adrienne and Fabienne:Instagram - @stylediariesdecoded, @curatedstylesbyadrienne, @iamfabiamiWeb - Style Diaries Decoded Send your Listener questions to: contact@stylediariesdecoded.comJoin the Decoded Squad, stay tapped in!Want to join the conversation?  Be a Guest on the Podcast *Share, Subscribe, Rate, and Review*

The Dom Giordano Program
NJ Sen. Schepisi Wants Murphy Admin. To Stop Logging Private Info of Students and Families

The Dom Giordano Program

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 11:16


New Jersey State Senator Holly Schepisi joins the Dom Giordano Program to discuss her push to find answers surrounding an initiative by New Jersey schools that encourages teachers to log private information of students and families in a third-party advocacy application. According to Schepisi, teachers were offered gift cards to incentivize the questioning of minors. The new program, proposed by a left-wing advocacy group titled Made to Save, was launched in an effort by a partnership between the NEA and the AFT to train teachers on how to converse about Coronavirus vaccinations with their students and parents. Schepisi explains why she is against such a program, and tells what she is doing to push back against this initiative, which is setting foot nationwide. (Photo by Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Counselor’s Connection with Fabion Vicks
Counselor-Admin. Agreement/Matthew Bowerman/Self care

Counselor’s Connection with Fabion Vicks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 62:05


On this episode, we talk with Matthew Bowerman (@MJBowerman), an administrator in Maryland about his relationship with counselors and how important is that relationship important to school goals. Of course, housekeeping, and my final thoughts on self care for all. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fabion-vicks/support

PEBCAK Podcast: Information Security News by Some All Around Good People
Episode 29 - Facebook's Network Problem, Apple AirTags Threaten Good Samaritans, World's First Ransomware Death Revisited, IT Admin Steals Power to Mine Bitcoin

PEBCAK Podcast: Information Security News by Some All Around Good People

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021


Welcome to this week's episode of the PEBCAK Podcast!  We've got three amazing stories this week so sit back, relax, and keep being awesome!  Be sure to stick around for our Dad Joke of the Week. (DJOW) Follow us on Instagram @pebcakpodcast PEBCAK - Acronym of “problem exists between chair and keyboard.”

Helotes Hills United Methodist Church
Hear, Accept, Bear Fruit 2021 10 03

Helotes Hills United Methodist Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 44:09


Scripture references: Leviticus 19:9-19 and Mark 4:1-20 “HOLY IS THE LORD” -- CCLI Song # 4158039 | Chris Tomlin | Louie Giglio | © 2003 sixsteps Music (Admin. by Capitol CMG Publishing) | Vamos Publishing (Admin. by Capitol CMG Publishing) | worshiptogether.com songs (Admin. by Capitol CMG Publishing) | For use solely with the SongSelect® Terms of Use. All rights reserved. www.ccli.com | CCLI License # 2544867 "GO NOW IN PEACE"– Words by Nancy Price and Don Besig -- Music by Don Besig -- Copyright (c) 1988 by Harold Flammer Music, a Division of Shawnee Press, Inc. -- International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved

The Dance Edit
Lizzo's TED Talk, Rethinking Arts Admin, and NYCB's Fashion Gala

The Dance Edit

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 22:14


A transcript of this episode is available here: https://thedanceedit.com/transcript-episode-84Subscribe to The Dance Edit Extra: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-dance-edit-extra/id1579075769Links referenced in/relevant to episode 84:-The Charlotte Observer's coverage of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts sexual abuse lawsuit:https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/state/north-carolina/article254655807.htmlhttps://www.newsobserver.com/news/local/education/article254726867.html-Pointe's rundown of the companies participating in World Ballet Day: https://pointemagazine.com/world-ballet-day-2021/-Lizzo's twerking TED Talk: https://www.ted.com/talks/lizzo_the_black_history_of_twerking_and_how_it_taught_me_self_love-Christy Bolingbroke's essay on rethinking arts admin practices: https://www.dancemagazine.com/making-arts-admin-creative-2655192286.html-Bolingbroke's Dance Edit Podcast interview: https://thedanceedit.com/olympic-dance-black-swan-at-10-and-christy-bolingbroke/-New York City Ballet's fall fashion gala video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=no6Gvq6r5xs

OldPreMeds Podcast
290: Hospital Admin to Physician: Do I Need To Start Over?

OldPreMeds Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 13:00


This nontrad has experience as a hospital administrator. Now they are thinking about changing careers and becoming a physician but should they start over?

TechFirst with John Koetsier
What is the metaverse?

TechFirst with John Koetsier

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 29:35


Avi Bar-Zeev has been working on the metaverse for 30 years. He's one of the key people behind Microsoft's Hololens, co-founded Keyhole which became Google Earth, helped define Second Life's technology, and has worked with Apple on, presumably, its rumored smartglasses. In this episode of TechFirst with John Koetsier, I chat with Ari about the metaverse, what it is, what it isn't, and how AR and VR connect (if they do). We also talk about what AR should be, about how it could fail, and the very real dangers it could represent. We discuss the one absolute necessity of the metaverse: interoperability. We ask whether a visual metaphor for the presentation of information is just unnecessary most of the time. We also we explore the future of life in an augmented reality rich environment, and the privacy implications of the metaverse. 0:00 Virtual enslavement 0:25 What is the metaverse? 4:52 Lessons of Hololens 7:05 Dangers of augmented reality 11:26 VR, the metaverse, and interoperability 14:22 Visual metaphors and metaverse 17:21 AR vs VR: convergence? 22:13 Life in the metaverse 26:10 Admin privs to your reality 28:07 Building the future Links: RealityPrime: https://www.realityprime.com/ Support TechFirst with $SMRT coins: https://rally.io/creator/SMRT/ Buy $SMRT to join a community focused on tech for good: the emerging world of smart matter. Access my private Slack, get your name in my book, suggest speakers for TechFirst ... and support my work. TechFirst transcripts: https://johnkoetsier.com/category/tech-first/ Forbes columns: https://www.forbes.com/sites/johnkoetsier/ Subscribe to the podcast: https://anchor.fm/techfirst Full videos: https://www.youtube.com/c/johnkoetsier?sub_confirmation=1 Keep in touch: https://twitter.com/johnkoetsier

Admin Admin Podcast
Admin Admin Podcast #093 – Coding up a storm

Admin Admin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2021 81:03


In this episode we are all back on the podcast we talk a deep dive in Continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) along side this we talk about how to get in to programming. Show Notes: https://www.adminadminpodcast.co.uk/ep093sn/

Wayne Dupree Show
S10E1390: Oh Good Grief! Biden Admin Threatening CBP Agents With Termination If Not Vaccinated

Wayne Dupree Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 94:30


The House Judiciary GOP claimed on Tuesday evening that a whistleblower has come forward and alleged that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has notified U.S. Border Patrol agents that they will be terminated if they do not receive the coronavirus vaccine. The House Judiciary GOP said in a tweet, “Whistleblower alleges that Border Patrol agents have been given official notice that they must be fully vaccinated by November 2021 or face termination.” Support the show: https://patreon.com/wdshow See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

NTD News Today
Fla. Sues Biden Admin Over Catch-And-Release; Border Patrol Agents Told: Get Vaccinated or Get Fired

NTD News Today

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 45:27


NTD News Today—9/29/20211. Battle Continues Over Spending Packages2. McConnell Blocks Dems' Unanimous Consent Ask3. Pilots' Union: Vax Mandate May Upset Travel4. United Airlines Set to Fire Unvaxxed Workers5. Unvaxxed Ny Health Care Workers May Be Fired6. NYC Educators Sue De Blasio Over Vax Mandate7. Delaware Requires Teachers to Be Vaccinated8. Covid Hospitalization Rate Overstated: Poll9. FL Sues Biden Admin. Over Catch-and-release 10. Florida Introduces Texas-style Pro-life Bill11. Austin and Milley Testify on Afghanistan12. CNN Ends Facebook Presence in Australia13. New Postal Service Plan to Start Oct. 114. Newsom Signs 27 Affordable Housing Bills15. Police Officer Saves Man From Burning Car16. NASA Launches Landsat 917. FAA to Use NASA Tech to Cut Flight Delays18. California Corn Maze Honors Military19. The Man on Track to Become Japan's Next PM20. Manny Pacquiao Quits Boxing, Runs for Office21. N. Korea Says It Fired New Hypersonic Missile22. U.S. to Replace Huawei Equipment in Networks23. U.S.'s Deal With Meng Wanzhou24. Controversy Over Confucius Institute Funding25. Russia Opens New Case Against Navalny26. Lava From Spanish Volcano Hits Ocean27. France Wins Bocuse d'Or 202128. Air Travel Tourism Thrives in Italy29. Ferrari Hires Most Famous Apple Designer30. New Bond Movie ‘No Time to Die' Premieres

The Michael Berry Show
Marine Calling Out The Admin's Ineptitude Gets Punished | AM Show Hr 3

The Michael Berry Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 34:47


Chicks on the Right Podcast
Hour 1, 09-28-21: Biden gets booster, Media pushing back on Psaki, and the Admin stands firm on whipping/horses

Chicks on the Right Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 33:07


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Your BirthRight Claim it
Admin your own contracts

Your BirthRight Claim it

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 6:45


Do not allow bullying --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/birthrightpmatoday/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/birthrightpmatoday/support

Christian Educator Weekly
Ep 98, Andy Braams, Learning Resources (Admin Episode)

Christian Educator Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 24:17


In this episode, Andy shares some of the resources he uses to fulfill his mantra to continue learning. He shares specific podcast titles and generally what kinds of books he reads. Music: ·Fearless First· by Kevin MacLeod. Used by permission. License #: FML-48466-4778

Turnbuckle Report
Episode 94: Dark Side Of Turnbuckle Report

Turnbuckle Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021 44:09


Welcome folks to another episode of the Turnbuckle Report! What a week for Rick Flair! Did Dark Side of the Ring try to twist the situation or tell it how it was? Has AEW picked up to many names at this point? Will the WWE continue to turn around, in the ratings? You'll find out tonight and Whether your heel or babyface, you do you baby!!!Check us out:www.twitter.com/TurnBuckleRepo1www.facebook.com/TurbuckleReportGive us feedback:Admin@turnbucklereport.com

The Tom Woods Show
Ep. 1978 Reagan Admin's David Stockman Lays Out a Program for Freedom

The Tom Woods Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021 43:37


You and I complain a lot, and rightly so, but we do of course have a positive program. I asked David Stockman, who was director of the Office of Management and Budget in the Reagan Administration, to outline what specifically we should do if the political winds ever shifted seriously in our direction.

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer
Biden Admin Ramps Up Haitian Deportations Amid Backlash

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 42:54


The Biden Administration ramps up Haitian migrants deportation flights amid backlash. According to the Department of Homeland Security, 12 flights have returned 1,400 migrants to Haiti. CNN gets the Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas and Haitian Ambassadors reaction to the United States migrant policy. The Department of Homeland Security has temporarily suspended the use of horse patrol in Del Rio after outrage sparked over the aggressive confrontation with Haitian migrants. The Unites States special envoy to Haiti resigns, citing the "inhumane" decision to deport thousands of Haitian migrants from the United States border. Haitian ambassador tells President Joe Biden to "look at Haiti differently."  CNN is on the scene of the makeshift migrant camp at the border. Democrats tout a new "framework" to pay for the Biden agenda, but it lacks details amid infighting over the Biden agenda. Nancy Pelosi says it's "not about the price tag" but it's about what's in the bill. Pelosi is "not saying" that the $3.5 trillion spending bill will be finished by Monday. Rep. Gottheimer says he's "optimistic we'll get there by Monday" on key Biden agenda bills.  The CDC advisers are now endorsing booster shots for the elderly and many others at high risk.  To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

Office Explorers
Episode 032: PowerShell with Jason R

Office Explorers

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 18:11


This month Rob and Taylor team up to tackle PowerShell with the help of Cognizant MBG's resident expert, Jason R. Don't skip the news segment - there's some important information w/r/t Silverlight, and more!

Amazing Grace Talk
Three Angels and a Miracle (Alexis Foxworth)

Amazing Grace Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 30:31


I was so grateful to sit down with Alexis and hear her story of strength and courage.  Seriously, I know that there are so many woman who have gone through the loss of a baby. Whether it be early in your pregnancy or possibly up to the 4th trimester.  The feelings of hurt, loss, and grief are all the same.  She will share how her faith was shaken but not lost.  Born and raised in eastern North Carolina.  Alexis, a Wife,  a Mom, and student embarking on a journey to help others through hurt,  she's been through while still growing in a stronger relationship with God.  Alexis and her husband Paul Jr. have experience being NICU parents due to their oldest son Landon being born prematurely at just 24 weeks weighing just 1 pound 11 ounces and have 3 baby angels that her family is believing they will meet in heaven again one day. In the near future The Foxworth family will be launching a foundation that will help families in any way they can with the very situation they went through. To contact Alexis Foxworth please email her at: Admin@thefoxworthfamilyfoundation.com Other helpful links:Amazing Grace RetreatsThe Road AdventureTrinity ChurchBlue Diamond Roofing & ConstructionThe Girl for That If you have enjoyed these podcasts and would like to support the show, click on the Patreon link below.Patreon MembershipBe sure to turn on your notifications for the Amazing Grace podcast on your preferred listening platform!

Syntax - Tasty Web Development Treats
From React To SvelteKit

Syntax - Tasty Web Development Treats

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 55:27


In this episode of Syntax, Scott talks with Wes about moving Level Up Tutorials from React to SvelteKit — why he did it, how, benefits, things to watch out for, and more! Prismic - Sponsor Prismic is a Headless CMS that makes it easy to build website pages as a set of components. Break pages into sections of components using React, Vue, or whatever you like. Make corresponding Slices in Prismic. Start building pages dynamically in minutes. Get started at prismic.io/syntax. Sentry - Sponsor If you want to know what's happening with your code, track errors and monitor performance with Sentry. Sentry's Application Monitoring platform helps developers see performance issues, fix errors faster, and optimize their code health. Cut your time on error resolution from hours to minutes. It works with any language and integrates with dozens of other services. Syntax listeners new to Sentry can get two months for free by visiting Sentry.io and using the coupon code TASTYTREAT during sign up. Cloudinary - Sponsor Cloudinary is the best way to manage images and videos in the cloud. Edit and transform for any use case, from performance to personalization, using Cloudinary's APIs, SDKs, widgets, and integrations. Show Notes 07:28 - Thoughts Apples to oranges, so unfortunately, no super legit ability to compare. SvelteKit isn't analogous with a custom React setup that uses CSR SSR is usually going to be faster - we can ship less JS Some big things changed beyond React → SvelteKit Apollo → GFetch Plyr → Vime HLS starts grabbing chunks immediately, so it's hard to get accurate load time and transfer. Whole conversion took a couple of months. Hardest part was making UI choices and changes, straight up converting components one by one wasn't actually that tough 16:14 - Converting React components to Svelte useState becomes just a straight-up variable Graphql calls were hooks now just imported generated functions Remove extranous fragments Convert {things && } to {#if thing}{/if}  becomes  24:06 - Spark joys State Our checkout flow became way more transparent, way easier with Svelte stores Render flow Was never something we needed to really think about. Didn't think about memoizing, or worrying about too many renders down the line, just never needed to Overall developer experience It's honestly a joy to work in and I don't want to go back Making a library Package dir, new SvelteKit project, svelte-kit package I made svelte-toy - https://github.com/leveluptuts/svelte-toy svelte-element-query - https://github.com/leveluptuts/Svelte-Element-Query svelte-simple-datatable fork Creating a sitemap was extremely easy, because of server-side routes. file.returnformat.ts ie sitemap.xml.ts CSS without a css-in-js library for scoping is a dream. CSS props are now 100% via CSS variables using the https://svelte.dev/docs#style_props Animations are all done with Svelte's internal animations lib 32:45 - Hosting adapter-node Hosted on render.com as a straight-up node process $7/m for more than enough RAM and CPU, Lots of other options for static, Vercel, workers whatever, I like having just a straight-up node app you can host anywhere 35:50 - Things to do Admin tools Pancake lib for charts 37:00 - Challenges ESM is not always smooth sailin Import has from ‘lodash/has' didn't working in dev, but import has from ‘lodash/has.js' didn't work in prod. Solution was to use lodash.has as the dependency Apollo included all React as a dep unless you import from @core TS is great, but there was once where I wanted to define the entire props ts object for a spread prop, but was not possible Drag animations Cloudinary 42:46 - Wes' questions What about the ecosystem? What about forms + DOM data? Serverless functions? Do you always bind to state? Or just access directly? formData = writable({ title: "yo" }) {$formData.title} Is it stable? Deno - Snel Links https://leveluptutorials.com/ https://vitejs.dev/ ××× SIIIIICK ××× PIIIICKS ××× Scott: The Skeptics Guide To The Universe Podcast Wes: Pressure Washer Nozzle Shameless Plugs Scott: Web Components 101 - Sign up for the year and save 25%! Wes: All Courses - Use the coupon code ‘Syntax' for $10 off! Tweet us your tasty treats! Scott's Instagram LevelUpTutorials Instagram Wes' Instagram Wes' Twitter Wes' Facebook Scott's Twitter Make sure to include @SyntaxFM in your tweets

The Real Build
113. The Real Build Of Your Life Outside Of Construction - With Mark Reist Owner Of Tactical Construction

The Real Build

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 70:17


In this episode of The Real Build, I got the opportunity to sit down with Mark Reist, owner of Tactical Construction and Tribe of Tradesmen. Mark and I dive deeper into what “The Real Build” means to him and his own personal journey in life. Our life is the “realest build.” Yes, construction is part of that because so many lessons and experiences come from physically building things, but who we are and how we build a life was where we took the episode. Mark is the Owner of Tactical Construction where their mission is to deliver an enjoyable construction experience by tactically providing top-grade results in quality and service for our customers. He also is the Founder of Tribe of Tradesman. A group training Tradesmen and Contractors to live a PURPOSE-FULL life outside the 9-5 using a daily FULL life program to improve your health in body, mind, spirit, and wealth. He is also the Admin of Construction Pro's Club. This is A Peer Group Community of Contractors working together to elevate their businesses and industries through accountability and interactive coaching. Guest Social: Mark Reist https://tacticalconstruction.net/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mark.reist/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tacticalcon Tribe of Trademan: https://www.facebook.com/groups/3258299780876900/about Construction Pros: https://www.clubhouse.com/club/construction-pros Host Info: CONNECT WITH ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA: ▶︎ YOUTUBE | https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxAdSxHN0dIXZPhA-6p1HYA ▶︎ INSTAGRAM | https://www.instagram.com/imbillreiman ▶︎FACEBOOK| https://www.facebook.com/billy.reiman ▶︎ LINKEDIN | https://www.linkedin.com/in/bill-reim... ▶︎ TWITTER | https://twitter.com/ImBillReiman ▶︎ WEBSITE | https://www.rkreiman.com

Tim Pool Daily Show
S5190 - Biden Admin In CHAOS As Americans Say He's Mentally UNFIT And Democrats Agenda Is Failing

Tim Pool Daily Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 82:10


Biden Admin In CHAOS As Americans Says He's Mentally UNFIT And Democrats Agenda Is Failing. New Poll shows less than half of Americans see Biden as mentally capable of being President as Democrats fracture signaling a failing domestic agenda. Meanwhile new information confirming details of Hunter Biden's laptop make us roll our eyes and say we know We know the media lied We know big tech is censoring information We know the border has collapsed We know Democrats are in shambles We know republicans are doing nothing about it. #Biden #Democrats #Republicans Become A Member And Protect Our Work at http://www.timcast.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Chicks on the Right Podcast
Hour 3, 09-21-21: Who blinks on the Spending Bill?, Biden Admin wants to limit antibody treatments, and updates on Political races in the state for 2022

Chicks on the Right Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 36:32


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Street Cop Podcast
Investigative Detention Escalation

Street Cop Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 20:35


In this archive episode, Dennis delves into what situations call for escalating a mere field inquiry to an investigative detention. Recorded on 12/29/2017. State v Lurdes Rosario 2017 First and foremost, we must address whether and at what point defendant's interaction with the police officer escalated from a field inquiry into an investigative detention. Then we must assess whether reasonable and articulable suspicion supported the detention's restriction on defendant's freedom of movement. The encounter took place on a May evening when defendant was in her car, which was parked lawfully, head-on in a lined parking space directly outside her apartment. The car's engine was off. The officer positioned his patrol car perpendicularly behind defendant's to box in defendant's car and engaged his vehicle's rooftop, right-side “alley” light to shine at her car. The officer then exited his patrol car and approached the driver's-side door of defendant's car to address her. We conclude that no objectively reasonable person in those circumstances would have felt free to leave. Under the totality of the circumstances, a reasonable person would feel the constraints on her freedom of movement from having become the focus of law enforcement attention. Accordingly, we hold that an investigative detention had begun. Because we also conclude that reasonable and articulable suspicion did not ripen prior to the officer's subsequent exchanges with defendant, we reverse the judgment under review. State v Pearlstein 1985 - Failing to provide documents constitutes Obstructing the Admin of Law As a result, Lizzano crossed the street to the patrol car to obtain his summons book. Then he asked Ms. Perlstein for her license and registration which she refused to tender. She continued to spew a barrage of comments at Lizzano. Lizzano told her that if she did not show her license, registration and insurance card he would issue her three more summonses. She persisted in her refusal. Then she said that she was going to see the Chief of Police to see what he had to say about this incident. With the car door open, she picked up her keys from the seat, put them in the ignition, turned on the car and put it in reverse. Lizzano was standing in the open door and knew he could be hurt if the car moved so he reached in and grabbed the keys. Thereafter, he placed her under arrest.

KNX In Depth
KNX In Depth: How a bankrupt Chinese real estate development company dragged down Wall Street -- Adjusting workplace rules & regulations for climate change -- Former Biden admin COVID advisor Andy Slavitt

KNX In Depth

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 46:43


Going down.  Way down. We're talking about the stock market. Rotten day. But what does a Chinese real estate firm have to do with it? We'll go In Depth. For those who work outdoors, climate change is turning up the heat. Now, the federal government is rewriting the rules to better protect workers. And we'll learn more about the evolving crisis at the Texas-Mexican border, where some 15-thousand Haitian migrants are desperately trying to get into the country. Two takeaways from this year's Emmy Awards: Hollywood diversity goals have a long way to go. And network television seems to be increasingly irrelevant. We'll go In Depth on that. And... Andy Slavitt just finished up work inside the Biden administration as the senior COVID advisor. Boosters, vaccine mandates, pandemic polarization--all on the table. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

NTD News Today
Gabby Petito Body Likely Found, FBI Searches Boyfriend's Home; Biden Admin Deports Illegal Migrants

NTD News Today

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 24:47


NTD News Today—9/20/20211. Biden Begins Deportation Flights to Haiti2. ‘Justice for J6' Warns of Disparate Treatment3. Police, Media Outnumber Protesters at Rally4. Human Remains Found in Grand Teton5. FBI Offers $10K Reward: Info on Missing Woman

Autoline Daily
AD #3164 - Biden Admin Tightening Emission Standards; Toyota Reveals Tundra Details; Tesla's China Exports Booming

Autoline Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 11:17


- CR Criticizes Tesla's Yoke Steering Wheel- Biden Admin Tightening Emission Standards- NHTSA Opens New Investigation into Takata Airbags- All-New Toyota Tundra Details Emerging- Toyota Tests Hydrogen Transport- Honda Reveals Prologue Production Targets- Honda Says It Won't Hit Production Targets w/o Fair EV Incentives- Tesla's China Exports Booming- China Worried About Foreign-Sourced Microprocessors

Autoline Daily - Video
AD #3164 - Biden Admin Tightening Emission Standards; Toyota Reveals Tundra Details; Tesla's China Exports Booming

Autoline Daily - Video

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 11:16


- CR Criticizes Tesla's Yoke Steering Wheel - Biden Admin Tightening Emission Standards - NHTSA Opens New Investigation into Takata Airbags - All-New Toyota Tundra Details Emerging - Toyota Tests Hydrogen Transport - Honda Reveals Prologue Production Targets - Honda Says It Won't Hit Production Targets w/o Fair EV Incentives - Tesla's China Exports Booming - China Worried About Foreign-Sourced Microprocessors

Cyber Security Headlines
September 20, 2021

Cyber Security Headlines

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 8:26


Email scammers posed as DOT officials in phishing messages focused on $1 trillion bill A new banking Trojan abuses YouTube for remote configuration Admin of DDoS service behind 200,000 attacks faces serious prison time Thanks to our episode sponsor, Kanu Solutions Over the next few weeks Kanu Solutions is offering a series of educational sessions on a variety of topics in security, such as endpoints, networks, privileged access management, Internet of things, and governance, risk management and compliance, or GRC. Attend these sessions to get some savvy education from the security experts at Kanu Solutions. You could also get a twenty dollar UberEats Gift Card just for attending. You can participate in Kanu Solutions' Lunch-n-Learn by registering at kanusolutions.com/events. For the stories behind the headlines, head to CISOseries.com.

The National Pulse
BREAKING: Biden Admin Admits Afghan War Crime.

The National Pulse

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 33:51


As reported last week by The National Pulse, Joe Biden committed a war crime in murdering 10 civilians (7 kids) in August 2021. Hear Raheem Kassam's emergency broadcast to Americans on the matter.  Read about it here: https://thenationalpulse.com/news/joe-biden-committed-a-war-crime-by-drone-striking-civilian-aid-worker-not-isis-evidence-reveals/ Follow the GB News story here: https://thenationalpulse.com/analysis/gb-news-globalist-chairman-andrew-neil-ousted-immediately-trashes-network-and-the-political-right-as-predicted/ Support our work: http://www.fundrealnews.com

studio.chats the podcast
65. Construction Admin 101, Fostering Strong Relationships + Doing It For Future You w/Asha Llewellyn

studio.chats the podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 47:15


If you've ever wished away the “grunt work” that we all do, and looking for a mindset shift, this chat's for you! - We can't wait for you to join today's chat with Asha Llewellyn! - Asha Llewellyn is a Project Manager at JAM Architecture in Brooklyn, NY. She has over seven years in the high end residential industry. She received her Bachelors of Architecture from the University of Florida! - Asha shares her journey from her first job in NYC and everything she's learned in construction administration, switching jobs, and her growth mindset! - Here is a sneak peak of what went down in today's chat: ➕ Things to know for Construction Administration ➕ Fostering strong relationships on site ➕ Process on creating any building detail ➕ Growth mindset & using mundane tasks to your advantage for future you! - We loved getting to hear more about the wins, the challenges and things Asha has learned along the way to building a super successful career so far and setting herself up to succeed in the future! - We are so grateful to get to connect with you on the podcast and here on the instagram! We are in this together one redline at a time - See you in the chat!   Come listen in on Spotify, Apple, or wherever else you listen to podcasts ✨ It would mean the world if you share with a design friend and take four seconds to leave us a review and help us get these stories out to more designers like us!   C O N N E C T @asha_bo_basha @studio.chats

The Salesforce Admins Podcast
Behind the Dreamforce Admin Mainshow with Rebecca Saar

The Salesforce Admins Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 12:02


This week on the Salesforce Admins Podcast, we talk to Rebecca Saar, Senior Director of Admin Marketing at Salesforce and host of the Admin Main Show for Dreamforce 2021. We're checking in before a jam-packed week. Join us as we talk about the Admin Keynote, Easter eggs, and how to get the most out of […] The post Behind the Dreamforce Admin Mainshow with Rebecca Saar appeared first on Salesforce Admins.

Keep Sweet: The Positive World Podcast
19. The Artist / Arts Admin Life w/ Edward Rice

Keep Sweet: The Positive World Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 41:32


Edward Rice joins me today to chat about his unique career path as both a performing artist and arts administrator in NYC. We also chat about our new show Return The Moon, Presented by Third Rail Projects. Tickets on sale at link below: Return The Moon: https://thirdrailprojects.com/return-the-moon#returnthemoon Elephant Jane Dance: https://www.conncoll.edu/arts-culture/onstage-at-connecticut-college/guest-artist-series/ Add Keep Sweet: https://twitter.com/keepsweetpod https://www.instagram.com/keepsweetpod Add me: https://www.instagram.com/joshwadam https://www.twitter.com/joshwadam https://www.tiktok.com/@joshwadam Send any voice submissions to KeepSweetPodcast@gmail.com (10-15 seconds max) can be about anything - will try to respond! Joshua's Favorite Things: Spreading some smiles, with the things that make me smile: https://amzn.to/2YUSxXU For Podcast Inquiries, please contact KeepSweetPodcast@gmail.com *Some of the links and other products that appear on this video are from companies which Joshua will earn an affiliate commission or referral bonus. Joshua is part of an affiliate network and receives compensation for sending traffic to partner sites. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Screaming in the Cloud
Security in the New Normal with Ev Kontsevoy

Screaming in the Cloud

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 44:18


About EvEv Kontsevoy is Co-Founder and CEO of Teleport. An engineer by training, Kontsevoy launched Teleport in 2015 to provide other engineers solutions that allow them to quickly access and run any computing resource anywhere on the planet without having to worry about security and compliance issues. A serial entrepreneur, Ev was CEO and co-founder of Mailgun, which he successfully sold to Rackspace. Prior to Mailgun, Ev has had a variety of engineering roles. He holds a BS degree in Mathematics from Siberian Federal University, and has a passion for trains and vintage-film cameras.Links: Teleport: https://goteleport.com Teleport GitHub: https://github.com/gravitational/teleport Teleport Slack: https://goteleport.slack.com/join/shared_invite/zt-midnn9bn-AQKcq5NNDs9ojELKlgwJUA Previous episode with Ev Kontsevoy: https://www.lastweekinaws.com/podcast/screaming-in-the-cloud/the-gravitational-pull-of-simplicity-with-ev-kontsevoy/ TranscriptAnnouncer: Hello, and welcome to Screaming in the Cloud with your host, Chief Cloud Economist at The Duckbill Group, Corey Quinn. This weekly show features conversations with people doing interesting work in the world of cloud, thoughtful commentary on the state of the technical world, and ridiculous titles for which Corey refuses to apologize. This is Screaming in the Cloud.Corey: This episode is sponsored in part by our friends at VMware. Let's be honest—the past year has been far from easy. Due to, well, everything. It caused us to rush cloud migrations and digital transformation, which of course means long hours refactoring your apps, surprises on your cloud bill, misconfigurations and headache for everyone trying manage disparate and fractured cloud environments. VMware has an answer for this. With VMware multi-cloud solutions, organizations have the choice, speed, and control to migrate and optimizeapplications seamlessly without recoding, take the fastest path to modern infrastructure, and operate consistently across the data center, the edge, and any cloud. I urge to take a look at vmware.com/go/multicloud. You know my opinions on multi cloud by now, but there's a lot of stuff in here that works on any cloud. But don't take it from me thats: vmware.com/go/multicloud and my thanks to them again for sponsoring my ridiculous nonsense.Corey: You could build you go ahead and build your own coding and mapping notification system, but it takes time, and it sucks! Alternately, consider Courier, who is sponsoring this episode. They make it easy. You can call a single send API for all of your notifications and channels. You can control the complexity around routing, retries, and deliverability and simplify your notification sequences with automation rules. Visit courier.com today and get started for free. If you wind up talking to them, tell them I sent you and watch them wince—because everyone does when you bring up my name. Thats the glorious part of being me. Once again, you could build your own notification system but why on god's flat earth would you do that?Corey: Welcome to Screaming in the Cloud. I'm Corey Quinn. Roughly a year ago, I had a promoted guest episode featuring Ev Kontsevoy, the co-founder and CEO of Teleport.A year has passed and what a year it's been. Ev is back to tell us more about what they've been up to for the past year and, ideally, how things may have changed over in the security space. Ev, thank you for coming back to suffer the slings and arrows I will no doubt be hurling your way almost immediately.Ev: Thanks for having me back, Corey.Corey: So, it's been a heck of a year. We were basically settling into the pandemic when last we recorded, and people's security requirements when everyone is remote were dramatically changing. A year later, what's changed? It seems like the frantic, grab a bucket and start bailing philosophy has largely been accepted with something that feels almost like a new normal, ish. What are you seeing?Ev: Yes, we're seeing exact same thing, that it's really hard to tell what is normal. So, at the beginning of the pandemic, our company, Teleport was, so we were about 25 people. And then once we got the vaccines, and the government restrictions started to, kind of, disappear, people started to ask, “So, when are we going to go back to normal?” But the thing is, we're 100 employees now, which means that three-quarters of the company, they joined us during the pandemic, so we have no normal to go back to. So, now we have to redefine—not redefined, we just basically need to get comfortable with this new, fully remote culture with fully remote identity that we have, and become comfortable with it. And that's what we're doing.Corey: Beyond what, I guess, you're seeing, as far as the culture goes, internally as well, it feels like there's been a distinct shift in the past year or so, the entire security industry. I mean, I can sit here and talk about what I've seen, but again, I'm all over the place and I deal with a very select series of conversations. And I try not to confuse anecdotes with data. Anecdata is not the most reliable thing. You're working in this space. That is the entire industry you're in. How has the conversation in the industry around security shifted? What's new? What trends are emerging?Ev: So, there are several things actually happening. So, first of all, I wouldn't call ourselves, like, we do all of security. So, we're experts in access; like, how do you act this everything that you have in your cloud or in your data centers? And that space has been going through one transformation after another. It's been basically under the same scaling stress as the rest of cloud computing industry.And we can talk about historical changes that have been happening, and then we can talk a little bit about, kind of, latest and greatest. And in terms of what challenges companies have with secure access, maybe it helps if I just quickly describe what ‘access' actually means.Corey: Please, by all means. It's one of those words that everyone knows, but if you ask three people to define it, you'll get five definitions—Ev: [laugh]. Exactly.Corey: —and they don't really align. So please, you're the expert on this; I am here to listen because I guarantee you I am guilty of misusing the term at least once so far, today.Ev: Can't blame you. Can't blame you. We are—I was same way until I got into this space. So, access basically means four things. So, if you want to have access done properly into your cloud resources, you need to think about four things.First is connectivity. That's basically a physical ability to deliver an encrypted packet from a client to destination, to a resource whatever that is, could be database, could be, like, SSH machine, or whatever it is you're connecting to. So, connectivity is number one. So, then you need to authenticate. Authentication, that's when the resource decides if you should have access or not, based on who you are, hopefully.So, then authorization, that's the third component. Authorization, the difference—like, sometimes people confuse the two—the difference between authentication and authorization is that authorization is when you already authenticated, but the resource decides what actions you are allowed to perform. The typical example is, like, is it read-only or read-write access? So, that's authorization, deciding on which actions you're allowed to perform. And the final component of having access properly is having audit or visibility which is, again, it could be real-time and historical.So ideally, you need to have both. So, once you have those two solved, then you solved your access problem. And historically, if you look at how access has been done—so we had these giant machines, then we had microcomputers, then we had PCs, and they all have these things. So, you login into your Mac, and then if you try to delete certain file, you might get access denied. So, you see there is connectivity—in this case, it's physical, a keyboard is physically connected to the [laugh] actual machine; so then you have authentication that you log in in the beginning; then authorization, if you can or cannot do certain things in your machine; and finally, your Mac keeps an audit log.But then once the industry, we got the internet, we got all these clouds, so amount of these components that we're now operating on, we have hundreds of thousands of servers, and load-balancers, and databases, and Kubernetes clusters, and dashboards, all of these things, all of them implement these four things: connectivity, authentication, authorization, audit.Corey: Let me drive into that for a minute first, to make sure I'm clear on something. Connectivity makes sense. The network is the computer, et cetera. When you don't have a network to something, it may as well not exist. I get that.And the last one you mentioned, audit of a trail of who done it and who did what, when, that makes sense to me. But authentication and authorization are the two slippery ones in my mind that tend to converge a fair bit. Can you dive a little bit in delineate what the difference is between those two, please?Ev: So authentication, if you try to authenticate into a database, database needs to check if you are on the list of people who should be allowed to access. That's authentication, you need to prove that you are who you claim you are.Corey: Do you have an account and credentials to get into that account?Ev: Correct. And they're good ways to do authentication and bad ways to do authentication. So, bad way to do authentication—and a lot of companies actually guilty of that—if you're using shared credentials. Let's say you have a user called ‘admin' and that user has a password, and those are stored in some kind of stored—in, like 1Password, or something like Vault, some kind of encrypted Vault, and then when someone needs to access a database, they go and borrow this credentials and they go and do that. So, that is an awful way to do authentication.Corey: Now, another way I've seen that's terrible as been also, “Oh, if you're connecting from this network, you must be allowed in,” which is just… yeee.Ev: Oh, yeah. That's a different sin. And that's a perimeter security sin. But a much better way to do authentication is what is called identity-based authentication. Identity means that you always use your identity of who you are within the company.So, you would go in through corporate SSO, something like Okta, or Active Directory, or even Google, or GitHub, and then based on that information, you're given access. So, the resource in this case database, [unintelligible 00:07:39] say, “Oh, it's Corey. And Corey is a member of this group, and also a member of that group.” And based on that it allows you to get in, but that's where authentication ends. And now, if you want to do something, like let's say you want to delete some data, now a database needs to check, ah, can you actually perform that action? That is the authorization process.And to do that, usually, we use some mechanism like role-based access control. It will look into which group are you in. Oh, you are an admin, so admins have more privileges than regular people. So, then that's the process of authorization.And the importance of separating the two, and important to use identity because remember, audit is another important component of implementing access properly. So, if you're sharing credentials, for example, you will see in your audit log, “Admin did this. Admin did that.” It's exact same admin, but you don't know who actually was behind that action. So, by sharing credentials, you're also obscuring your own audit which is why it's not really a good thing.And going back to this industry trends is that because the amount of these resources, like databases and servers and so on, in the cloud has gotten so huge, so we now have this hardware pain, we just have too many things that need access. And all of these things, the software itself is getting more complicated, so now we have a software pain as well, that you have so many different layers in your stack that they need to access. That's another dimension for introducing access pain. And also, we just have more developers, and the development teams are getting bigger and bigger, the software is eating the world, so there is a people-ware pain. So, on the one hand, you have these four problems you need to solve—connectivity, authentication, authorization, access—and on the other hand, you have more hardware, more software, more people, these pain points.And so you need to consolidate, and that's really what we do is that we allow you to have a single place where you can do connectivity, authentication, authorization, and audit, for everything that you have in the cloud. We basically believe that the future is going to be like metaverse, like in those books. So, all of these cloud resources are slowly converging into this one giant planetary-scale computer.Corey: Suddenly, “I live on Twitter,” is no longer going to be quite as much of a metaphor as it is today.Ev: [laugh]. No, no. Yeah, I think we're getting better. If you look into what is actually happening on our computing devices that we buy, the answer is not the lot, so everything is running in data centers, the paradigm of thin client seems to be winning. Let's just embrace that.Corey: Yeah. You're never going to be able to shove data centers worth compute into a phone. By the time you can get there, data centers will have gotten better. It's the constant question of where do you want things to live? How do you want that to interact?I talk periodically about multi-cloud, I talk about lock-in, everyone is concerned about vendor lock-in, but the thing that people tend to mostly ignore is that you're already locked in throught a variety of different ways. And one way is both the networking side of it as well as the identity management piece because every cloud handles that differently and equating those same things between different providers that work different ways is monstrous. Is that the story of what you're approaching from a Teleport perspective? Is that the primary use case, is that an ancillary use case, or are we thinking about this in too small a term?Ev: So, you're absolutely right, being locked in, in and—like, by itself is not a bad thing. It's a trade-off. So, if you lack expertise in something and you outsourcing certain capability to a provider, then you're developing that dependency, you may call it lock-in or not, but that needs to be a conscious decision. Like, well, you didn't know how to do it, then someone else was doing it for you, so you should be okay with the lock-in. However, there is a danger, that, kind of, industry-wide danger about everyone relying on one single provider.So, that is really what we all try to avoid. And with identity specifically, I feel like we're in a really good spot that fairly early, I don't see a single provider emerging as owning everyone's identity. You know, some people use Okta; others totally happy tying everything to Google Apps. So, then you have people that rely on Amazon AWS native credentials, then plenty of smaller companies, they totally happy having all of their engineers authenticate through GitHub, so they use GitHub as a source of identity. And the fact that all of these providers are more or less compatible with each other—so we have protocols like OpenID Connect and SAML, so I'm not that concerned that identity itself is getting captured by a single player.And Teleport is not even playing in that space; we don't keep your identity. We integrate with everybody because, at the end of the day, we want to be the solution of choice for a company, regardless of which identity platform they're using. And some of them using several, like all of the developers might be authenticating via GitHub, but everyone else goes through Google Apps, for example.Corey: And the different product problem. Oh, my stars, I was at a relatively small startup going through an acquisition at one point in my career, and, “All right. Let's list all of the SaaS vendors that we use.” And the answer was something on an average of five per employee by the time you did the numbers out, and—there were hundreds of them—and most of them because it started off small, and great, everyone has their own individual account, we set it up there. I mean, my identity management system here for what most of what I do is LastPass.I have individual accounts there, two-factor auth enabled for anything that supports it, and that is it. Some vendors don't support that: we have to use shared accounts, which is just terrifying. We make sure that we don't use those for anything that's important. But it comes down to, from our perspective, that everyone has their own ridiculous series of approaches, and even if we were to, “All right, it's time to grow up and be a responsible business, and go for a single-sign-on approach.” Which is inevitable as companies scale, and there's nothing wrong with that—but there's still so many of these edge cases and corner case stories that don't integrate.So, it makes the problem smaller, but it's still there rather persistently. And that doesn't even get into the fact that for a lot of these tools, “Oh, you want SAML integration? Smells like enterprise to us.” And suddenly they wind up having an additional surcharge on top of that for accessing it via a federated source of identity, which means there are active incentives early on to not do that. So it's—Ev: It's absolutely insane. Yeah, you're right. You're right. It's almost like you get penalized for being small, like, in the early days. It's not that easy if you have a small project you're working on. Say it's a company of three people and they're just cranking in the garage, and it's just so easy to default to using shared credentials and storing them in LastPass or 1Password. And then the interesting way—like, the longer you wait, the harder it is to go back to use a proper SSO for everything. Yeah.Corey: I do want to call out that Teleport has a free and open-source community edition that supports GitHub SSO, and in order to support enterprise SSO, you have to go to your paid offering. I have no problem with this, to be clear, that you have to at least be our customer before we'll integrate with your SSO solution makes perfect sense, but you don't have a tiering system where, “Oh, you want to add that other SSO thing? And well, then it's going to go from X dollars per employee to Y dollars.” Which is the path that I don't like. I think it's very reasonable to say that their features flat-out you don't get as a free user. And even then you do offer SSO just not the one that some people will want to pick.Ev: Correct. So, the open-source version of Teleport supports SSO that smaller companies use, versus our enterprise offering, we shaped it to be more appealing for companies at certain scale.Corey: Yeah. And you've absolutely nailed it. There are a number of companies in the security space who enraged people about how they wind up doing their differentiation around things like SSO or, God forbid, two-factor auth, or once upon a time, SSL. This is not that problem. I just want to be explicitly clear on that, that is not what I'm talking about. But please, continue.Ev: Look, we see it the same way. We sometimes say that we do not charge for security, like, top-level security you get, is available even in the open-source. And look, it's a common problem for most startups who, when you have an open-source offering, where do you draw the line? And sometimes you can find answers in very unexpected places. For example, let's look into security space.One common reason that companies get compromised is, unfortunately, human factor. You could use the best tool in the world, but if you just by mistake, like, just put a comma in the wrong place and one of your config files just suddenly is out of shape, right, so—Corey: People make mistakes and you can't say, “Never make a mistake.” If you can get your entire company compromised by someone in your office clicking on the wrong link, the solution is not to teach people not to click on links; it's to mitigate the damage and blast radius of someone clicking on a link that they shouldn't. That is resilience that understand their human factors at play.Ev: Yep, exactly. And here's an enterprise feature that was basically given to us by customer requests. So, they would say we want to have FedRAMP compliance because we want to work with federal government, or maybe because we want to work with financial institutions who require us to have that level of compliance. And we tell them, “Yeah, sure. You can configure Teleport to be compliant. Look, here's all the different things that you need to tweak in the config file.”And the answer is, “Well, what if we make a mistake? It's just too costly. Can we have Teleport just automatically works in that mode?” In other words, if you feed it the config file with an error, it will just refuse to work. So basically, you take your product, and you chop off things that are not compliant, which means that it's impossible to feed an incorrect config file into it, and here you got an enterprise edition.It's a version that we call its FIPS mode. So, when it runs FIPS mode, it has different runtime inside, it basically doesn't even have a crypto that is not approved, which you can turn on by mistake. It will just not work.Corey: By the time we're talking about different levels of regulatory compliance, yeah, we are long past the point where I'm going to have any comments in the slightest is about differentiation of pricing tiers and the rest. Yeah, your free tier doesn't support FedRAMP is one of those ludicrous things that—who would say that [laugh] actually be sincere [insane 00:18:28]?Ev: [laugh].Corey: That's just mind-boggling to me.Ev: Hold on a second. I don't want anyone to be misinformed. You can be FedRAMP compliant with the free tier; you just need to configure it properly. Like the enterprise feature, in this case, we give you a thing that only works in this mode; it is impossible to misconfigure it.Corey: It's an attestation and it's a control that you need—Ev: Yep. Yep.Corey: —in order to demonstrate compliance because half the joy of regulatory compliance is not doing the thing, it's proving you do the thing. That is a joy, and those of you who've worked in regulated environments know exactly what I'm talking about. And those of you who have not, are happy but please—Ev: Frankly, I think anyone can do it using some other open-source tools. You can even take, like, OpenSSH, sshd, and then you can probably build a different makefile for just the build pipeline that changes the linking, that it doesn't even have the crypto that is not on the approved list. So, then if someone feeds a config file into it that has, like, a hashing function that is not approved, it will simply refuse to work. So, maybe you can even turn it into something that you could say here's a hardened version of sshd, or whatever. So, same thing.Corey: I see now you're talking about the four aspects of this, the connectivity, the authentication, the authorization, and the audit components of access. How does that map to a software product, if that makes sense? Because it sounds like a series of principles, great, it's good to understand and hold those in your head both, separately and distinct, but also combining to mean access both [technical 00:19:51] and the common parlance. How do you express that in Teleport?Ev: So, Teleport doesn't really add authorization, for example, to something that doesn't have it natively. The problem that we have is just the overall increasing complexity of computing environments. So, when you're deploying something into, let's say, AWS East region, so what is it that you have there? You have some virtual machines, then you have something like Kubernetes on top, then you have Docker registry, so you have these containers running inside, then you have maybe MongoDB, then you might have some web UI to manage MongoDB and Grafana dashboard. So, all of that is software; we're only consuming more and more of it so that our own code that we're deploying, it's icing on a really, really tall cake.And every layer in that layer cake is listening on a socket; it needs encryption; it has a login, so it has authentication; it has its own idea of role-based access control; it has its own config file. So, if you want to do cloud computing properly, so you got to have this expertise on your team, how to configure those four pillars of access for every layer in your stack. That is really the pain. And the Teleport value is that we're letting you do it in one place. We're saying, consolidate all of this four-axis pillars in one location.That's really what we do. It's not like we invented a better way to authorize, or authenticate; no, we natively integrate with the cake, with all of these different layers. But consolidation, that is the key value of Teleport because we simply remove so much pain associated with configuring all of these things. Like, think of someone like—I'm trying not to disclose any names or customers, but let's pick, uh, I don't know, something like Tesla. So, Tesla has compute all over the world.So, how can you implement authentication, authorization, audit log, and connectivity, too, for every vehicle that's on the road? Because all of these things need software updates, they're all components of a giant machine—Corey: They're all intermittent. You can't say, “Oh, at this time of the day, we should absolutely make sure everything in the world is connected to the internet and ready to grab the update.” It doesn't work that way; you've got to be… understand that connectivity is fickle.Ev: So, most—and because computers growing generally, you could expect most companies in the future to be more like Tesla, so companies like that will probably want to look into Teleport technology.Corey: This episode is sponsored in part by “you”—gabyte. Distributed technologies like Kubernetes are great, citation very much needed, because they make it easier to have resilient, scalable, systems. SQL databases haven't kept pace though, certainly not like no SQL databases have like Route 53, the world's greatest database. We're still, other than that, using legacy monolithic databases that require ever growing instances of compute. Sometimes we'll try and bolt them together to make them more resilient and scalable, but let's be honest it never works out well. Consider Yugabyte DB, its a distributed SQL database that solves basically all of this. It is 100% open source, and there's not asterisk next to the “open” on that one. And its designed to be resilient and scalable out of the box so you don't have to charge yourself to death. It's compatible with PostgreSQL, or “postgresqueal” as I insist on pronouncing it, so you can use it right away without having to learn a new language and refactor everything. And you can distribute it wherever your applications take you, from across availability zones to other regions or even other cloud providers should one of those happen to exist. Go to yugabyte.com, thats Y-U-G-A-B-Y-T-E dot com and try their free beta of Yugabyte Cloud, where they host and manage it for you. Or see what the open source project looks like—its effortless distributed SQL for global apps. My thanks to Yu—gabyte for sponsoring this episode.Corey: If we take a look at the four tenets that you've identified—connectivity, authentication, authorization, and audit—it makes perfect sense. It is something that goes back to the days when computers were basically glorified pocket calculators as opposed to my pocket calculator now being basically a supercomputer. Does that change as you hit cloud-scale where we have companies that are doing what seem to be relatively pedestrian things, but also having 100,000 EC2 instances hanging out in AWS? Does this add additional levels of complexity on top of those four things?Ev: Yes. So, there is one that I should have mentioned earlier. So, in addition to software, hardware, and people-ware—so those are three things that are exploding, more compute, more software, more engineers needing access—there is one more dimension that is kind of unique, now, at the scale that we're in today, and that's time. So, let's just say that you are a member of really privileged group like you're a DBA, or maybe you are a chief security officer, so you should have access to a certain privileged database. But do you really use that access 24/7, all the time? No, but you have it.So, your laptop has an ability, if you type certain things into it, to actually receive credentials, like, certificates to go and talk to this database all the time. It's an anti-pattern that is now getting noticed. So, the new approach to access is to make a tie to an intent. So, by default, no one in an organization has access to anything. So, if you want to access a database, or a server, or Kubernetes cluster, you need to issue what's called ‘access request.'It's similar to pull request if you're trying to commit code into Git. So, you send an access request—using Teleport for example; you could probably do it some other way—and it will go into something like Slack or PagerDuty, so your team members will see that, “Oh, Corey is trying to access that database, and he listed a ticket number, like, some issue he is trying to troubleshoot with that particular database instance. Yeah, we'll approve access for 30 minutes.” So, then you go and do that, and the access is revoked automatically after 30 minutes. So, that is this new trend that's happening in our space, and it makes you feel nice, too, it means that if someone hacks into your laptop at this very second, right after you finished authenticating and authorization, you're still okay because there is no access; access will be created for you if you request it based on the intent, so it dramatically reduces the attack surface, using time as additional dimension.Corey: The minimum viable permission to do a thing. In principle, least-access is important in these areas. It's like, “Oh, yeah, my user account, you mean root?” “Yeah, I guess that works in a developer environment,” looks like a Docker container that will be done as soon as you're finished, but for most use cases—and probably even that one—that's not the direction to go in. Having things scoped down and—Ev: Exactly.Corey: —not just by what the permission is, but by time.Ev: Exactly.Corey: Yeah.Ev: This system basically allows you to move away from root-type accounts completely, for everything. So, which means that there is no root to attack anymore.Corey: What really strikes me is how, I guess, different aspects of technology that this winds up getting to. And to illustrate that in the form of question, let me go back to my own history because, you know, let's make it about me here. I've mentioned it before on the show, but I started off my technical career as someone who specialized in large-scale email systems. That was a niche I found really interesting, and I got into it. So did you.I worked on running email servers, and you were the CEO and co-founder of Mailgun, which later you sold the Rackspace. You're a slightly bigger scale than I am, but it was clear to me that even then, in the 2006 era when I was doing this, that there was not going to be the same need going forward for an email admin at every company; the cloudification of email had begun, and I realized I could either dig my heels in and fight the tide, or I could find other things to specialize in. And I've told that part of the story, but what I haven't told is that it was challenging at first as I tried to do that because all the jobs I talked to looked at my resume and said, “Ah, you're the email admin. Great. We don't need one of those.”It was a matter of almost being pigeonholed or boxed into the idea of being the email person. I would argue that Teleport is not synonymous with email in any meaningful sense as far as how it is perceived in the industry; you are very clearly no longer the email guy. Does the idea being boxed in, I guess—Ev: [laugh].Corey: —[unintelligible 00:27:05] resonate at all with you? And if so, how did you get past it?Ev: Absolutely. The interesting thing is, before starting the Mailgun, I was not an email person. I would just say that I was just general-purpose technologist, and I always enjoyed building infrastructure frameworks. Basically, I always enjoyed building tools for other engineers. But then gotten into this email space, and even though Mailgun was a software product, which actually had surprisingly huge, kind of, scalability requirements early on because email is much heavier than HTTP traffic; people just send a lot of data via emails.So, we were solving interesting technical challenges, but when I would meet other engineers, I would experience the exact same thing you did. They would put me into this box of, “That's an email guy. He knows email technology, but seemingly doesn't know much about scaling web apps.” Which was totally not true. And it bothered me a little bit.Frankly, it was one of the reasons we decided to get acquired by Rackspace because they effectively said, “Why don't you come join us and we'll continue to operate as independent company, but you can join our cloud team and help us reinvent cloud computing.” It was really appealing. So, I actually moved to Texas after acquisition; I worked on the Rackspace cloud team for a while. So, that's how my transition from this being in the email box happened. So, I went from an email expert to just generally cloud computing expert. And cloud computing expert sounds awesome, and it allows me to work—Corey: I promise, it's not awesome—Ev: [laugh].Corey: —for people listening to this. Also, it's one of those, are you a cloud expert? Everyone says no to that because who in the world would claim that? It's so broad in so many different expressions of it. Because you know the follow-up question to anyone who says, “Yeah,” is going to be some esoteric thing about a system you've never heard of before because there's so many ridiculous services across totally different providers, of course, it's probably a thing. Maybe it's actually a Pokemon, we don't know. But it's hard to consider yourself an expert in this. It's like, “Well, I have some damage from [laugh] getting smacked around by clouds and, yeah, we'll call that expertise; why not?”Ev: Exactly. And also how frequently people mispronounce, like, cloud with clown. And it's like, “Oh, I'm clown computing expert.” [laugh].Corey: People mostly call me a loud computing expert. But that's a separate problem.Ev: But the point is that if you work on a product that's called cloud, so you definitely get to claim expertise of that. And the interesting thing that Mailgun being, effectively, an infrastructure-level product—so it's part of the platform—every company builds their own cloud platform and runs it, and so Teleport is part of that. So, that allowed us to get out of the box. So, if you working on, right now we're in the access space, so we're working closely with Kubernetes community, with Linux kernel community, with databases, so by extension, we have expertise in all of these different areas, and it actually feels much nicer. So, if you are computing security access company, people tend to look at you, it's like, “Yeah, you know, a little bit of everything.” So, that feels pretty nice.Corey: It's of those cross-functional things—Ev: Yeah, yeah.Corey: —whereas on some level, you just assume, well, email isn't either, but let's face it: email is the default API that everything, there's very little that you cannot configure to send email. The hard part is how to get them to stop emailing you. But it started off as far—from my world at least—the idea that all roads lead to email. In fact, we want to talk security, a long time ago the internet collectively decided one day that our email inbox was the entire cornerstone of our online identity. Give me access to your email, I, for all intents and purposes, can become you on the internet without some serious controls around this.So, those conversations, I feel like they were heading in that direction by the time I left email world, but it's very clear to me that what you're doing now at Teleport is a much clearer ability to cross boundaries into other areas where you have to touch an awful lot of different things because security touches everything, and I still maintain it has to be baked-in and an intentional thing, rather than, “Oh yeah, we're going to bolt security on after the fact.” It's, yeah, you hear about companies that do that, usually in headlines about data breaches, or worse. It's a hard problem.Ev: Actually, it's an interesting dilemma you're talking about. Is security built-in into everything or is it an add-on? And logically—talk to anyone, and most people say, “Yeah, it needs to be a core component of whatever it is you're building; making security as an add-on is not possible.” But then reality hits in, and the reality is that we're running on—we're standing on the shoulder of giants.There is so much legacy technologies that we built this cloud monster on top of… no, nothing was built in, so we actually need to be very crafty at adding security on top of what we already have, if we want to take advantage of all this pre-existing things that we've built for decades. So, that's really what's happening, I think, with security and access. So, if you ask me if Teleport is a bolt-on security, I say, “Yes, we are, but it works really well.” And it's extremely pragmatic and reasonable, and it gives you security compliance, but most of all, very, very good user experience out of the box.Corey: It's amazing to me how few security products focus on user experience out of the box, but they have to. You cannot launch or maintain a security product successfully—to my mind—without making it non-adversarial to the user. The [days of security is no 00:32:26] are gone.Ev: Because of that human element insecurity. If you make something complicated, if you make something that's hard to reason about, then it will never be secure.Corey: Yeah.Ev: Don't copy-paste IP table rules without understanding what they do. [laugh].Corey: Yeah, I think we all have been around long enough in data center universes remember those middle of the night drives to the data center for exactly that sort of thing. Yeah, it's one of those hindsight things of, set a cron job to reset the IP table rules for, you know, ten minutes from now in case you get this hilariously wrong. It's the sort of thing that you learn right after you really could have used that knowledge. Same story. But those are the easy, safe examples of I screwed up on a security thing. The worst ones can be company-ending.Ev: Exactly, yeah. So, in this sense, when it comes to security, and access specifically, so this old Python rule that there is only one way to do something, it's the most important thing you can do. So, when it comes to security and access, we basically—it's one of the things that Teleport is designed around, that for all protocols, for all different resources, from SSH to Kubernetes to web apps to databases; we never support passwords. It's not even in the codebase. No, you cannot configure Teleport to use passwords.We never support things like public keys, for example, because it's just another form of a password. It's just extremely long password. So, we have this approach that certificates, it's the best method because it supports both authentication and authorization, and then you have to do it for everything, just one way of doing everything. And then you apply this to connectivity: so there is a single proxy that speaks all protocols and everyone goes to that proxy. Then you apply the same principle to audit: there is one audit where everything goes into.So, that's how this consolidation, that's where the simplicity comes down to. So, one way of doing something; one way of configuring everything. So, that's where you get both ease of use and security at the same time.Corey: One last question that I want to ask you before we wind up calling this an episode is that I've been using Teleport as a reference for a while when I talk to companies, generally in the security space, as an example of what you can do to tell a story about a product that isn't built on fear, uncertainty, and doubt. And for those who are listening who don't know what I'm referring specifically, I'm talking about pick any random security company and pull up their website and see what it is that they talk about and how they talk about themselves. Very often, you'll see stories where, “Data breaches will cost you extraordinary piles of money,” or they'll play into the shame of what will happen to your career if you're named in the New York Times for being the CSO when the data gets breached, and whatnot. But everything that I've seen from Teleport to date has instead not even gone slightly in that direction; it talks again and again, in what I see on your site, about how quickly it is to access things, access that doesn't get in the way, easily implement security and compliance, visibility into access and behavior. It's all about user experience and smoothing the way and not explaining to people what the dire problems that they're going to face are if they don't care about security in general and buy your product specifically. It is such a refreshing way of viewing storytelling around a security product. How did you get there? And how do I make other people do it, too?Ev: I think it just happened organically. Teleport originally—the interesting story of Teleport, it was not built to be sold. Teleport was built as a side project that we started for another system that we were working on at the time. So, there was a autonomous Kubernetes platform called Grá—it doesn't really matter in this context, but we had this problem that we had a lot of remote sites with a lot of infrastructure on them, with extremely strict security and compliance requirements, and we needed to access those sites or build tools to access those sites. So, Teleport was built like, okay, it's way better than just stitching a bunch of open-source components together because it's faster and easier to use, so we're optimizing for that.And as a side effect of that simplification, consolidation, and better user experience is a security compliance. And then the interesting thing that happened is that people who we're trying to sell the big platform to, they started to notice about, “Oh, this access thing you have is actually pretty awesome. Can we just use that separately?” And that's how it turned into a product. So, we built an amazing secure access solution almost by accident because there was only one customer in mind, and that was us, in the early days. So yeah, that's how you do it, [laugh] basically. But it's surprisingly similar to Slack, right? Why is Slack awesome? Because the team behind it was a gaming company in the beginning.Corey: They were trying to build a game. Yeah.Ev: Yeah, they built for themselves. They—[laugh] I guess that's the trick: make yourself happy.Corey: I think the team founded Flickr before that, and they were trying to build a game. And like, the joke I heard is, like, “All right, the year is 2040. Stuart and his team have now raised $8 billion trying to build a game, and yet again it fails upward into another productivity tool company, or something else entirely that”—but it's a recurring pattern. Someday they'll get their game made; I have faith in them. But yeah, building a tool that scratches your own itch is either a great path or a terrible mistake, depending entirely upon whether you first check and see if there's an existing solution that solves the problem for you. The failure mode of this is, “Ah, we're going to build our own database engine,” in almost every case.Ev: Yeah. So just, kind of like, interesting story about the two, people will [unintelligible 00:38:07] surprised that Teleport is a single binary. It's basically a drop-in replacement that you put on a box, and it runs instead of sshd. But it wasn't initially this way. Initially, it was [unintelligible 00:38:16], like, few files in different parts of a file system. But because internally, I really wanted to run it on a bunch of Raspberry Pi's at home, and it would have been a lot easier if it was just a single file because then I just could quickly update them all. So, it just took a little bit of effort to compress it down to a single binary that can run in different modes depending on the key. And now look at that; it's a major benefit that a lot of people who deploy Teleport on hundreds of thousands of pieces of infrastructure, they definitely taking advantage of the fact that it's that simple.Corey: Simplicity is the only thing that scales. As soon as it gets complex, it's more things to break. Ev, thank you so much for taking the time to sit with me, yet again, to talk about Teleport and how you're approaching things. If people want to learn more about you, about the company, about the product in all likelihood, where can they go?Ev: The easiest place to go would be goteleport.com where you can find everything, but we're also on GitHub. If you search for Teleport in GitHub, you'll find this there. So, join our Slack channel, join our community mailing list and most importantly, download Teleport, put it on your Raspberry Pi, play with it and see how awesome it is to have the best industry, best security practice, that don't get in the way.Corey: I love the tagline. Thank you so much, once again. Ev Kontsevoy, co-founder and CEO of Teleport. I'm Cloud Economist Corey Quinn and this is Screaming in the Cloud. If you've enjoyed this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice, whereas if you've hated this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice along with a comment that goes into a deranged rant about how I'm completely wrong, and the only way to sell security products—specifically yours—is by threatening me with the New York Times data breach story.Corey: If your AWS bill keeps rising and your blood pressure is doing the same, then you need The Duckbill Group. We help companies fix their AWS bill by making it smaller and less horrifying. The Duckbill Group works for you, not AWS. We tailor recommendations to your business and we get to the point. Visit duckbillgroup.com to get started.Announcer: This has been a HumblePod production. Stay humble.

The Wilkow Majority
Media Protecting Biden Admin

The Wilkow Majority

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 16:25


Whether it's Hunter Biden's laptop, US citizens trapped in Afghanistan, or thousands of illegal immigrants crossing our borders, the liberal media is acting like the propaganda wing of the Biden Administration.

FCS Fans Nation
A Duke Dog or a Wildcat? | S5E4 FCS Fans Nation Podcast

FCS Fans Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 75:16


Special Guest and Prior Host Lawrence Smith rejoins the podcast for a Week 2 recap and some fun predictions for Week 3! A HUGE matchup between Top 10 JMU and Weber State has Week 3 looking like a classic. Listen and watch now! Follow special guest, Admin and FCS Stats Top 25 Voter Lawrence Smith on Twitter: @DLSmith93 We are an affiliate of the FCS Fans Nation Network. All the videos, songs, images, and graphics used in the video belong to their respective owners and I or this channel does not claim any right over them. Logo/Art/Graphic Design: The FCS Fans Nation logo and its use is provided courtesy of Lawrence Smith Designs. Intro & Outro Music owned & created by FCS Fans Nation - Garage Band Creation Subscribe now! Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube at FCS Fans Nation.

The Lead with Jake Tapper
Surgeon General: Biden to announce new COVID measures soon; Biden pushes infrastructure and climate agendas on first West Coast trip; Biden Admin to resettle 60,000 Afghans inside U.S. in coming weeks;

The Lead with Jake Tapper

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 36:29


New COVID cases slowly declining, deaths up 4% from last week; NYC starts vaccine mandate as schools reopen for 1 million kids; CDC director: Delta variant in kids is more transmissible & dangerous; Arkansas Gov: Biden's mandate “hardens the resistance” to vaccines; NY hospital to stop delivering babies as staff quit over vaccine mandate; New CNN poll: growing support for vaccine requirements; CNN poll: most Americans want to keep mitigation efforts even after COVID cases drop; Former FDA head: vaccine mandates could “discourage” some vaccination; Fauci supports vaccine mandate for airline travel; Two outgoing FDA advisors say boosters are unnecessary for most; Biden heads to California to support Newsom hours before race ends; Dems give final push to keep Newsom in office one day before recall; Official: 8 U.S. bases become “small cities” to house Afghan refugees; Measles outbreak among Afghan refugees in U.S. pauses incoming flights; U.N.: Taliban increasingly violent towards protesters and journalists; Reuters: Taliban official says Afghan women shouldn't work with men; More than $1B in aid pledged for Afghanistan at U.N. conference; Law enforcement warns of potential violence during Sept. 18 rally; Pelosi: security plan for Saturday's rally “seems much better”; U.S. Capitol police arrest man with bayonet & machete in his truck near DNC headquarters; Bush likens U.S. extremists to foreign terrorists in 9/11 speech; Tropical Storm Nicolas hours away from Texas landfall; Tropical storm to bring torrential rain, flooding along Texas coat before moving over Louisiana; To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

Bret Baier's All-Star Panel
The Biden Admin: Will The Intensity Of Opposition Stay Post-Afghanistan?

Bret Baier's All-Star Panel

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 28:53


This week, Bret sits down with Washington Post Columnist and AEI Resident Fellow, Marc Thiessen, former Democratic Tennessee Congressman Harold Ford Jr., and Publisher and Editor in Chief of The Cook Political Report, Amy Walter, to discuss how American citizens, green card holders, and Afghan allies remain stranded in the Taliban-controlled country. Later, the panel discusses the 2021 California gubernatorial recall election. Follow Bret on Twitter: @BretBaier

The Dom Giordano Program
Sean Spicer on Biden Admin. Decision to Remove Trump Officials from Military Advisory Boards

The Dom Giordano Program

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 8:55


Sean Spicer, former White House Press Secretary and current host on Newsmax, rejoins the Dom Giordano Program to discuss his decision to not resign after being asked to by the Biden Administration due to his ties to the Trump organization. Yesterday, Spicer shared a letter from the White House Office of Presidential Personnel asking him to resign from the board of visitors at the United States Naval Academy, an oversight position. Spicer explains why he refuses to resign, and explains why he plans to sue President Biden over the demand. (Photo by John Lamparski/Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Rudy Giuliani's Common Sense
RUDY'S ALERT: Biden Admin Gave Taliban ‘Kill List'

Rudy Giuliani's Common Sense

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 22:39


Rudy's ALERT premieres on www.RudyGiulianiCS.com every Monday to discuss the latest attacks on our American rights!   ► Connect with Rudy Giuliani on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/RudyGiuliani ► Connect with Rudy Giuliani on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/therudygiuliani ► Connect with Rudy Giuliani on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/realrudygiuliani

The Brian Kilmeade Show Free Podcast
Producers' Pick | Josh Rogin: Biden Admin's 'Mealy Mouth' Excuses for Inconclusive COVID Origins Report

The Brian Kilmeade Show Free Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2021 16:11


The News & Why It Matters
Ep 852 | SHOCKING: Did the Biden Admin HAND a Kill List to the Taliban?

The News & Why It Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 45:01


The death toll in Kabul continues to rise and one estimate indicates about 200 Afghans were killed in the suicide blast. Reports say U.S. officials gave the Taliban a list of names that includes U.S. citizens, green card holders and Afghan allies. Why did the Biden administration do this? President Biden once again admits to the media that he was “instructed” to call on reporters on a list. President Biden goes off script and calls on Fox News' Peter Doocy and things get heated to the point that Biden drops his head down. Is President Biden really leading the free world? New study shows that previous COVID-19 infection is a better protection against the Delta variant than Pfizer shot. Supreme Court BLOCKS eviction moratorium and will allow evictions to resume nationwide. Did the Supreme Court get it right? Today's Sponsors: Visit https://cowgirlwine2021.com today and you'll get 50% off the wine. AND 50% off shipping. Visit https:HunterDouglas.com/why TODAY for your free Style Gets Smarter design guide with fresh takes, creative ideas and smart solutions for dressing your windows. Get the TASER Pulse Plus, or TASER Strikelight, at https://TASER.com with promo code WHY and save 75% now. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Chad Prather Show
Ep 498 | Biden Admin LIES to Americans & BENDS the Knee to the Taliban

The Chad Prather Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 45:58


Americans are still stuck in Afghanistan and the Biden administration doesn't seem to realize how dangerous it is. In 24 hours, White House press secretary Jen Psaki went from “it's irresponsible to say that Americans are stranded…” to “we expect there could be some.” Is the Biden administration aware of how dangerous Kabul is? The Pentagon press secretary confirms that the U.S. will leave Afghanistan on Aug. 31. Once again, the Biden administration bends the knee to the Taliban. OnlyFans reverses porn ban and will continue to allow sexually explicit content on its platform. According to a mother in Washington state, a public school is forcing unvaccinated student-athletes to wear a “tracking” device. The mother says the device is supposed to inform the student when they are too close together. And if you thought things couldn't get worse also in Washington state, they found the first murder hornet nest. This Asian giant hornet attacks and destroy honeybee hives. Today's Sponsors  Visit https://CowboyWines.com and get three bottles of wine for 50% off while supplies last Visit https://PrepareWithChad.com to save $70 off the 4-Week-Food Kit Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices