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The Ben Maller Show
Hour 4 - A Buffalo Bash

The Ben Maller Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 50:12


In hour 4, Big Ben recaps the primetime game on Thanksgiving as the Buffalo Bills vaporized the New Orleans Saints, despite Josh Allen's 2 interception performance. Andrea from the Bay calls in to share some Derek Carr astrology. Plus, David from Kansas provides a beautiful Christmas inspired musical medley. Then, Ben plays some Balderdash! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Black Seinfeld
Episode 236: Rittenhouse Verdict

Black Seinfeld

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 119:15


Happy Turkey Day from everyone here at Black Seinfeld. In todays episode, Bash, and Gio discuss the two recent verdicts of Kyle Rittenhouse and Ahmaud Arbery. What does it mean for our justice system and America moving forward? Also, the guys start reliving some of the craziest events that happened in 2021. The long awaited Adele 30 album has arrived, with also a new EP from KAYTRANADA! Enjoy!

Chasin' Birdies
Writin' Hits x Droppin' Birdies - Matt Stell (is tall)

Chasin' Birdies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 51:07


Matt Stell, country artist whose song “Prayed For You” went viral, joins Chasin' Birdies in a recording from Nashville. We cover the ins and outs of his music career as well as his love for golf. We talk about Bluejack National and some experience we all had at this gem of a course. Ladies, take note, Matt is currently single and living the life in Tennessee. Check out this fun episode for some laughs and good banter between us all!We are hitting this country music scene hard. On today's episode, we interview Matt Stell. Not only is Matt a successful country artist / songwriter, but he has a slight addiction to..golf. And by the way, extra-long clubs would go a long way for Matt.We open the episode up and talk about his early career. It comes as no surprise that Matt once strolled the courts as a well rounded basketball player. While in college, he picked up a guitar and started writing songs. The rest is history. Matt compares writing good songs to someone trying to get through on the PGA Tour. It takes time and dedication.After some more music talk, Matt explains that his favorite course to play is Bluejack National in Houston, TX. People..we've played Bluejack..it's amazing. We tell a brief story about our one night at Bluejack and what Bash found in the freezer. We send a shout out to our boy Colt Ford and Bash drops a little something for Jana Kramer.We transition over to some more golf talk and how good Pinehurst really is. Speaking of Pinehurst, how about a Duck Hook? Although Chasin' Birdies is currently in a partnership with Links Brewing, at the time of recording, we were all about duck hooks and spotted cows (these are both beers). Take advice from Matt..shoot your shot. His favorite people in the world are those who put effort into life.The show ends with our typical tap-in segment where Pepe asks Matt some questions that require his quick response. This episode is gold. Please listen, share, and comment. We hope (know) you will enjoy this one as much as us!Key Links:Visit hbgolf.com for great golf apparel now repped by Chasin' Birdies.Stay tuned for more info on winning custom headcovers from WinstonCollection.comOur Tap-in segment is sponsored by Bettinardi Golf-----Follow Chasin' Birdies on Instagram @chasin_birdies.Chasin' Birdies is hosted by Ryan Bashour and Jonathan Pepe and is proudly recorded in West Virginia. Produced by Simpler Media.

Buddies Podcast
Buddies EP113 || Who wants to bash the Lions for an hour?

Buddies Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 75:22


Buddies cover the week 11 NFL Matchups, and there is a rant about 30 minutes long talking about the current state of the Lions. Enjoy!

Engearment with Sean Sewell
Post Strong Endurance, Beacon Bash and Holiday Gear Guide

Engearment with Sean Sewell

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 15:17


Post Strong Endurance, Beacon Bash, and Holiday Gear Guide   This 15-minute podcast covers the recent StrongFirst Strong Endurance seminar with Pavel, at our Denver training facility. It was a wonderful time working with true leaders in our industry.   The Backcountry Beacon Bash was the following weekend and was a huge success.  300+ people came out, in the snow, to meet up and raise money for CAIC.  In between these amazing events, the Engearment Team cranked out 20+ reviews and videos!  Patagonia Dual Aspect hoody Goal Zero Yeti 1000X winter hacks  We are working on the annual Engearment Holiday Gift guide this week. It will be out around Thanksgiving.  Full of gear gift ideas that the Team has tested and recommend!  

Black Seinfeld
Episode 235: Peace Treaty

Black Seinfeld

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 117:54


Welcome back to another episode of Black Seinfeld. Today, Gio and Bash discuss the Peace Treaty for Drake and Ye. They also give a full breakdown on the tragedy of Travis Scott's AstroWorld Fest. European countries will soon mandate a third vaccination shot. Other topics include music from Silk Sonic, and the new Spider Man trailer. Enjoy! Subscribe, Share, and Like! 

WTF Nation Radio
Pop Culture Warrior ep. 80: with Special Guest, TV Writer and Producer Bill Chais!

WTF Nation Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 173:41


Tonight, on Pop Culture Warrior - Episode 80 Disney+ Day happened last week so let's break it down! Plus, something big is happening tonight and we might catch it live! Also, join us in the second hour as we chat live with an amazingly talented writer and producer, Bill Chais, whose work has been seen on such incredible shows like Franklin & Bash, Chicago Justice, Designated Survivor, Bull, Bluff City Law, and the upcoming TV Movie Nash Bridge. We want to extend a huge thank you to our sponsor ANIMATION LEGENDS. Animation Legends has the largest collection of animation cels and production artwork in the world.  These pieces of art were used to create the scenes and stories of cherished animation throughout the decades.  Animation Legends' goal is to make these pieces of animation history available to all who have fond memories of their childhood Saturday morning cartoons.   Want to support the channel? Love special content and exclusives? Check out our Patreon page at www.patreon.com/popculturewarrior Want to see more awesome interviews? Check out our brand new YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/popculturewarrior

Behind The Bum
On The Run with Bash

Behind The Bum

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 40:50


Sebastian (@BashDeltas) joins Jeff Perla (@JeffPerlaa) to talk about what it's like going back to the place you grew up for the holidays. What do you do when you see a family member you don't get along with? Is it normal to get anxious going back home. Why is it so common to leave home and move to a big city? Grab a glass of wine and keep up with us on this episode of Behind the Bum! You can follow Bash here --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/behindthebum/support

Black Seinfeld
Episode 234: Meta

Black Seinfeld

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 118:13


Welcome back to a returning episode of Black Seinfeld. Today, the guys catch up on what's been going on in their lives and in the culture. From trips to LA, Birthday celebrations, to a new NYC mayor, Gio and Bash discus all. Enjoy the new metaverse.

Intelligence Matters
Former Defense Secretary and CIA Director Leon Panetta on Top Security Threats

Intelligence Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 46:45


In this episode of Intelligence Matters, host Michael Morell speaks with former Secretary of Defense and CIA Director Leon Panetta and his former Chief of Staff Jeremy Bash about a range of national security threats facing the United States. The three reenact a "PDB briefing" of the sort that took place at Langley in then-Director Panetta's office. Morell, Panetta and Bash discuss the way forward in Afghanistan, the type and variety of threats posed by Vladimir Putin's Russia, the prospect of a nuclear Iran, and the long-term challenge posed by China. They also discuss domestic political divisions that could imperil U.S. stability and security. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Girls Gone WoW
Girls Gone WoW - Show 494 The Patch is Here

Girls Gone WoW

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 126:49


It's patch week for WoW so we're sitting down with Bash and his big pile of kittens to chat about all the quality of life improvements that have turned up this week! You can find Bash on Twitch and Twitter.

The Best Show with Tom Scharpling
JOE PERA! JULIE KLAUSNER! GARY THE SQUIRREL! A.P. MIKE B-DAY BASH!

The Best Show with Tom Scharpling

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 181:50


WHAT A SHOW! Tom welcomes JULIE KLAUSNER, the return of GARY THE SQUIRREL and MORE for a special on-air A.P. Mike birthday bash! Plus, JOE PERA calls in to talk about the new season of Joe Pera Talks With You and MORE! Don't miss this one!

Bash Bros Podcast
The Bros Bash The SCG Invitational!

Bash Bros Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 62:51


This week the boys talk about there #SCGCON experiences, and praise a special guest for doing something amazing this past weekend!  Side Note: Our editor's computer blew up so I (Brad) uploaded the episode this week and couldn't figure out how to add music. SORRY! WE'VE GOT SLEEVES NOW! Check them out here! https://mtgproshop.com/bash-bros-merch/ Interested in supporting the show? Leave a review on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, and here on Podbean! Or visit our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/bashbrospodcast Follow us at: https://twitter.com/bashbrospodcast Brian: https://twitter.com/BraunDuinIt Brad: https://twitter.com/fffreakmtg Corey: https://twitter.com/CoreyBaumeister

Napalm Nanny and The Shack
Napalm and Friends: Jorge and The Hideaway

Napalm Nanny and The Shack

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 59:24


Heavily inspired by surf, garage, and blues, the up and coming band located in sin city is going to rope you in with their stage presence while they pepper you with their original and unforgettable music, The Hideaway  I am incredibly fortunate that Jorge, guitarist and vocalist, sat down with The Shack and shares a little insight on the bands origins, spooning a boombox, and community. Tune in for all that and more (heavy emphasis on more) while you listen to the playlist curated by, as always, the guest. Find The Hideaway on Instagram under: Thehideawaylv Find Jorge on Instagram under: Hiphipjorge82 *EXCLUSIVE THE HIDEAWAY SONG IN PLAYLIST* -Hi-Strung Ramblers. All That I Need -Ritchie Valens. Ooh, My Head -Johnny Burnette. Rockabilly Boogie -The Bellfuries. Bad Seed Sown -Flat Duo Jets. Frog Went a Courtin' -The Hideaway. Because -Shannon and The Clams. If You Could Know -Social Distortion. I Was Wrong -Red Hot Chili Peppers. Search and Destroy Background: String Kings. The Bash 

Back to the Light
Live From The Tambourine Bash with Bailey Bigger, Steve Selvidge (The Hold Steady), Elizabeth Cawein (Music Export Memphis), Andrew Geraci (Alicja-Pop) and Chris Davenport (San Salida)

Back to the Light

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 44:51


Host J.D. Reager chats with guests Bailey Bigger, Steve Selvidge (The Hold Steady, Bash & Pop), Elizabeth Cawein (Music Export Memphis), Andrew Geraci (Alicja-Pop, San Salida) and Chris Davenport (San Salida) on location at the Levitt Shell during The Tambourine Bash, an annual fundraiser for Music Export Memphis. J.D. also shares a live performance from the evening - Selvidge's "Lazarus" featuring Amy LaVere and Jody Stephens (Big Star) - courtesy of Memphis Magnetic Recording.

Tactical Living
E402 Brother's In Blue Bash 2021, Las Vegas Nevada

Tactical Living

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 10:21


Have you ever been to Vegas? In today's episode, Detective Clint Walton and I discuss how despite going to Vegas over 1000 times, changing the dynamics has created a COMPLETELY different experience for us.    We hope this has inspired you to understand how changing one small thing in a mundane experience can allow you to enjoy life in a totally different way.    Like what you hear? We are honored. Hit that subscribe button and share your thoughts in a review. If you or someone you know may be a fit to be a guest on our show, please reach out to us! Balance. Optimize. Tactics.  Hit that subscribe button so that you don't miss a day of the added value that I am dedicated to sharing with you weekly.  Let's Connect!  Facebook  Instagram  Email: ashliewalton555@gmail.com  LinkedIn  Website: www.leowarriors.com

Story time with Philip and Mommy!
Disney 5 minute Spooky Stories - Monsters Inc. - Parade Day Bash

Story time with Philip and Mommy!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 11:40


The monsters have a parade.

Brad & Will Made a Tech Pod.
111: Flanders Is Running in a Degraded State

Brad & Will Made a Tech Pod.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 89:02


It's the most horrifying Q&A episode we've ever recorded! This month we field Qs about such topics as: how to teach your kids to view Internet content and influencers with a critical eye, our home electronics protocols for going out of town, essential gadgets we just can't bring ourselves to splurge on, listening to podcasts at super speed, and our favorite historical OS transitions. Plus, Will recounts his longtime experience running BartStorage, and Brad reveals his deepest personal secrets... at least as pertains to network hostnames and the contents of his .zshrc file.Support the Pod! Contribute to the Tech Pod Patreon and get access to our booming Discord, your name in the credits, and other great benefits! You can support the show at: https://patreon.com/techpod

B Inspired
Catching Up! A Chat with 2005 BASH Grad now PA State Senator Amanda Cappelletti

B Inspired

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 19:47


Senator Cappelletti, known to Jane simply as Amanda, was one of a handful of Jane's students who brought the Bear Fever public art project to the Boyertown community 16 years ago. Connections made during that time kickstarted Amanda's interest in travel, a study of international affairs, public service, a law degree, and--for now--a political career with interests surrounding women's rights issues and prison reform. Jane and Amanda caught up during lunch on the afternoon of Studio B's Prison Art and Experience exhibit opening. You'll hear happy diners along with the clatter of food being served at Grind, one of Boyertown's newer eating venues. But, we didn't want to waste the lovely energy of the moment during our reunion. Find more information about Studio B Fine Art Gallery on our website: studiobbb.org, on Studio B's Facebook page, by contacting Jane Stahl, janeEstahl@comcast.net, 610-563-7879, or stopping by Studio B.

ReFramed Podcast
Big Top Bash Grab and Dash

ReFramed Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 7:16


Pastor Debbie Rooney tells us about the history of Big Top Bash and what you can expect this year! The event is Halloween night at Framework Church from 4:30 to 6:30 PM.

Ropedrop & Parkhop: Helping you Dream, Plan and Do Disneyland
22. What is (s)He Babbling About? (s)He's Like the Thing That Wouldn't Shut Up! - Erin Recaps Her Recent Trip to California, Disneyland and Oogie Boogie Bash!

Ropedrop & Parkhop: Helping you Dream, Plan and Do Disneyland

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 43:38


"What is he babbling about? He's like the thing that wouldn't shut up!" - Kuzco, The Emporer's New Groove Guys, we're blaming Erin's Disneyland souvenir head cold... but, this is a long episode with lots of babbling. HOWEVER, good news! Erin had an awesome trip to Disneyland! We share our best advice for what you *shouldn't* do at an after-hours event like Oogie Boogie, and basically just reminisce about the good times had last week. And, as with every vacation, we came home to a pile on our desk - SO MUCH Disneyland news to share! Please like, rate, review and subscribe and follow us on all the socials: @Ropedrop.Parkhop and THANK YOU so much for all of your lovely reviews - we love them so much! 

How To Code Well
121 - New home, new code

How To Code Well

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 32:15


House keeping 1) We have a new website for the podcast with a shiny new contact form. 2) The assets are now back on the main site. Unfortunately due to a timing and backend error the images were unavailable for a short while. This has now been resolved. 3) I'm planning a new PHP course live on YouTube. I will be doing this every Tuesday at around 6 PM BST. The course is beginner friendly and free. It will cover PHP session management and the learner will be building a login form with a secured user dashboard. The course will use vanilla PHP and CSS. So no frameworks. 4) This weekend I will be streaming on Saturday on Twitch instead of Sunday. We re going to fix some bugs on the podcast website and work on some other related HTCW things. 5) I've been making more coder based YouTube shorts. I've recently published two short form PHP tutorials which are doing really well. The first teaches the spaceship operator and the second teaches the null coalescing operator. I have more to come including PHP 8 tutorials so keep an eye out for those. News 1) Gentle reminder to update to PHP 8. PHP 7 was released in 2015 and loses Active support for PHP 7.4 will end on November 28, 2021. Extended support for PHP 7 will end on November 28, 2022. After November 28, 2022, Microsoft will no longer support PHP. 2) Bash autocompletion is coming to Symfony console. This adds support for autocompletion when using commands, option names and also allows dynamically contextually complete values for arguments and options. It means you can add custom completion support to your own commands, and OSS projects. 3) The Missouri governor has released a fund-raising video stating that “Digging around the HTML” is a crime in Missouri. This is after social security numbers of teachers were found in the HTML code. (Code that would be in clear text in HTML or at the least base 64 encoded). Apparently Journalists were able to hack the HTML source code. You can't make this up. This is the problem with having someone in power who is surrounded by yes people. 4) Microsoft is losing confidence with some .NET developers after removing Hot Reloading feature from .Net Kick start your tech career with Amarachi Amaechi's new book Getting Started in Tech: A guide to building a tech career My web development courses ➡️ Learn How to build a JavaScript Tip Calculator ➡️ Learn JavaScript arrays ➡️ Learn PHP arrays ➡️ Learn Python ✉️ Get my weekly newsletter

Government Digital Service Podcast
Government Digital Service Podcast #35: How our Site Reliability Engineers migrated GOV.UK Pay

Government Digital Service Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 34:54


Wondered how to migrate a 24/7 product to a serverless platform? We chat about initial user research, developing DevOps skills and the benefits of GDS's approach to this type of tech project.   --------- The transcript of the episode follows: Vanessa Schneider: Hello and welcome to the Government Digital Service podcast. My name is Vanessa Schneider and I am Senior Channels and Community Manager at GDS. Today, I am joined by Jonathan Harden, Senior Site Reliability Engineer, and Kat Stevens, Senior Developer and co-Tech Lead on GOV.UK Pay.   GDS has many products that rely on our expert site reliability engineers and their colleagues to maintain and improve their functionality. Such as GOV.UK Pay - one of GDS's common platforms that is used by more than 200 organisations across the UK public sector to take and process online payments from service users. Jonathan and Kat recently completed a crucial reliability engineering project to ensure that GOV.UK Pay continues to operate at the highest standards and provide a reliable service for public sector users and their service users.    We'll hear more about that in a moment, but to start off, can you please introduce yourself to our listeners? Kat, would you mind starting?   Kat Stevens:  Hi I'm Kat Stevens, I'm a Senior Developer on GOV.UK Pay. I've been working at GDS since 2017. And before that, I was a developer at start-ups and small companies.   As a co-Tech Lead on the migration team then, I'm kind of jointly responsible for making sure that our platform is running as it should be. That our team is working well together, that we're working on the right things and that we're, what we're working on is of a high quality, and is delivering value for our users. So it's like balancing that up with software engineering, making sure that you know, that we're being compliant. It's very important for Pay.  Software [laughs] engineering is so broad: there's like security, reliability, performance, all of those things. So yeah, it's kind of thinking about everything and---at a high level.   Vanessa Schneider:  I'm glad somebody's got a high level overview. Thanks, Kat. Jonathan, would you mind introducing yourself too?   Jonathan Harden:  Hi, I'm Jonathan Harden, and I am Senior Site Reliability Engineer on GOV.UK Pay. I've previously worked for a major UK mobile network operator, in the movie industry and for one of the UK's highest rated ISPs.   So all of GOV.UK Pay's services run, have to run somewhere. Being a Site Reliability Engineer means that I'm helping to build the infrastructure on which it runs, ensure that it is operating correctly and that we keep users' cardholder data safe and help the developers ease their development lifecycle into getting updates and changes out into the world.   Vanessa Schneider:  Hmm..exciting work. So you both worked on a site reliability project for GOV.UK Pay. Can you please, for the uninitiated, introduce our listeners to the project that you carried out?   Kat Stevens:  Yeah so recently, we finished migrating GOV.UK Pay to run on AWS Fargate. So previously Pay was running its applications on ECS EC2 instances on AWS. That's a lot of acronyms. But it basically means we were maintaining long-lived EC2 instances that were running our applications. And that incurred quite a high maintenance burden for the developers on our team. And we decided that we wanted to move to a serverless platform to kind of reduce that maintenance burden. And after researching a few options, we decided that Fargate was a good fit for Pay, and we spent a few months carefully moving our apps across to the Fargate platform whilst not having any downtime for our users, which is obviously quite important. Like Pay is a 24/7 service, so we wanted to make sure that our end users had no idea that this was happening.   Vanessa Schneider:  Jonathan, how did you contribute to this migration?   Jonathan Harden:  So obviously, I've only been here for three months, so and the project has been going on quite a lot longer than that. But this is the kind of task I've been involved with, uh, several times now in the last few years at different companies. And so when I joined GDS, it was suggested that I join this project on Pay because I'd be able to contribute really quickly and, and help with the kind of the, the long tail of this migration.   So a-anybody else that's been in an SR- that works in SRE capacity will know that when you do these kind of projects, you have like the bulk of the migration where you move your applications, like your frontend services that users actually see when they go to the website and the backend services that processes transactions. But then you also have a lot of supporting services around that. So you have services like: things that provide monitoring and alerting, infrastructure that provides where, where do these applications get stored when they're not in use and like where do you launch them from. And there was, there was still quite a bit of that to tie up at the end. And the team, it's quite a small team. As a lot of SRE and infrastructure teams do tend to be. And so when I started, I joined that team and I've been helping with the, the, these long tail parts of the migration. Like in a lot of software engineering, the bulk of the work is done very quickly and the long tail takes quite a bit of time. So, so that's the kind of work that I've been helping with in the last few months.   Vanessa Schneider:  Great. Kat, as co-Tech Lead, what was your involvement in the migration?   Kat Stevens:  Let's see where to start. So when I joined the Pay Team, which was around October  2020, we were in the early stages of the, of the project, so we'd made the decision that we needed to migrate and that involved things like analysing, like co-cost benefit things. I-It doesn't sound that exciting, but it was actually quite cool looking at all the different options. So, for example, it meant that we could keep some of our existing infrastructure. We wouldn't have to move our RDS instances for, for example. We could keep our existing security group, subnets - all that kind of glue that holds all the application, like infrastructure together.    Then there was quite a lot of planning of how we would actually do this, how we would roll out the migration application by application. We've got around a dozen microservices that we were going to move one by one. And figuring out what good looked like. How would we know that the migration is successful. How do we know whether to roll back a particular app.   So for the actual rollout of migrating sort of one application from EC2 to Fargate: we basically did DNS weighting. So we could have both run--versions of the app running alongside each other, and then you can have 5% of the traffic going to new apps, 95% to the old app. And you can gradually switch over that weighting and monitor whether there are any errors, whether like the traffic suddenly dips and things aren't getting through. So that was all part of the plannings. Like what, what stages would we reach to say like, that yes, we're confident that this change has been positive. And like having a whole, like overview view of what's happening when. Estimating things as well - that's alway, always pretty, [laughs] pretty difficult. But we, as the more apps we did, the quicker we went and we sped up on that. So that was good.   And yeah, there's a whole bunch of other things we, we had to get involved with over the last few months as well. So that's things like performance-testing the whole environment to, you know, we wanted to have confidence that the new platform would be able to handle like the high levels of traffic that we see on GOV.UK Pay. Also we wanted to look at how we would actually deploy these apps. Having more confidence in our deployments, moving to continuous deployment where possible. So while those things weren't like directly impacted by Fargate, doing this migration like gave us the opportunity to explore some of those other improvements that we could make. And yeah, I think we've really benefited.   Vanessa Schneider:  That makes sense, it's always nice to not just keep things ticking over, but making big improvements, that feels really rewarding, I think. Can you give us an impression of what the situation was before the migration maybe?   Kat Stevens:  On our previous infrastructure, we were running ECS tasks on EC2 launch types - so those are sort of, relatively long-lived instances that we had to provision, patch, maintain. And the developers on the, on the rest of the team, and I--we're not necessarily infrastructure specialists, but when developers on our support rota would end up spending sort of like maybe 5, 6, 7 hours a week just maintaining our EC2 instances, we kind of realised that something had to change [laughs]. And use it, moving to a serverless infrastructure, it's just completely removes that burden of having to provision and make, roll our AMIs, our machine images. We, that just doesn't happen anymore. And we've freed up our developers to work on features. And yeah, the, the infrastructure burden on Pay is just so much less.   Vanessa Schneider:  Oh, that sounds really helpful. I'm not sure if migrations are an every-day kind of job for site reliability engineers or software developers, so I was wondering if there's anything that stood out about this process, like an opportunity to use new tools, or a different way of working?   Jonathan Harden:  So yeah, it's fun to work with new tools. But there, there, you get to--part of working here, and something I've seen in the time I've been here already, is that we don't rush into those decisions. So it's perfectly possible to see the, the new hot thing in the industry and rush straight for that without a good understanding of what are the trade-offs here. Everything has some trade-offs. And here at GDS, what I've found personally is that we put a lot of effort into understanding what, what's involved in the change; what will the experience be like for - I mean, the customer experience, the user experience, people actually paying for services, that needs to remain rock solid the whole time - but what's the, what's the experience like for developers? So developers have a cycle. They, you know, they write code, they want to test that code somewhere, they want to get it approved and push it to production. And, and so right now, we're undergoing a process of replacing some of our deployment pipelines. And as part of that, we're, we're in the early stages of this, but we're doing real research into how will our change of that be for the developers. And there's something really, really, really rewarding about looking at the different options available, seeing what is the new, the newest cool things, are they where to go? Do you want to go to something a bit, a bit older and a bit more stable? Is there a happy medium? What will the experience for developers be like there? What will the maintenance burden be like?   And one of the things for me here is that I'm seeing that e-even down in the teams, it's, these decisions aren't being taken by somebody higher up saying: 'we're going to move to this thing, make it happen'. And instead we've, we're doing research down in the teams that are going to do the work, speaking to the developer-- we're going to be speaking to the developers and surveying all the developers about what do you want from not just the change to stay the same, but change to make an improvement. And it's really, it's exciting to work with the new tools and the new possibilities, and it's also exciting to be involved in making those decisions.   It marks quite, it was quite stark for me when I first started and I was told this, this major project is going on and it's likely to be 3 to 6 months before we start work, start work on doing it because we're doing the research up front and it's happening in the teams. People are spiking on cool things. Which means even if it's technology that you don't get to use eventually, or that you choose - not don't get to, but choose not to use eventually, you know, the teams are helping to make this choice. You get to try out a bunch of different technologies. And one of the great things with that GDS is there are different parts of GDS, and different parts of GDS are using the tooling that is suitable for their area, that makes their area best, work best. And that does mean that there's scope for if you decide I want to work on this other cool thing and this other team are working on it, you can move into one of the other teams and work on that new cool technology.   Kat Stevens:  I mean, I-I-I agree totally. I mean, one of the reasons I wanted to move to Pay was to get more experience working on the infrastructure side of things. On a previous teams it was more sort of stuff like cool software engineering. And on Pay, I've learnt more Terraform than I [laughs] ever thought was possible to know. And loads of other skills like: I've got so familiar with like all the, the intricacies of it as well. And kind of like sort of pushing it to its limits almost, and trying to get the best out of the tools for our, for our team and for our projects. And yeah, it's, it's, it's been really exciting. I mean, one of the new shiny tools that we've been looking at was cloud watch, and we use it for running our smoke tests now. And that was part of the, we kind of like rolled that into the, the Fargate migration project because it seems like a good way of us, like checking that our deployments were working correctly. It took a little bit of wrangling for it to get, fit that into our deployment pipeline. But, but it is really cool sort of like seeing the new thing just falling into place. And now it looks like some of the other teams are following us and using that, that tool as well. So it feels, it feels [laughs] quite nice to be a trailblazer.   Vanessa Schneider:  No pressure to get it right then [laughs]. What were some of the things on your mind when you were making those selections then?   Kat Stevens:  We wanted to make sure that we'd made the right decision. So we did spend a fair amount of time actually analysing all the options. In the end, we, we went with Fargate, purely because it meant that we could reuse some of our existing infrastructure.   Overall we kind of prioritised what was going to be the lowest risk in terms of how we were going to do the migration. Like would any sort of mi--you know, would we need any downtime; would this impact like our, our paying users; would it impact on like our service teams, the actual sort of government departments who use Pay; would it im-impact other developers who were actually trying to build new features. And if they've got a platform that's shifting underneath them, that's always going to be difficult. So we were really trying to go for an option that met our needs and like achieved our goals of reducing maintenance burden, saving costs as well, obviously. And yeah, [laughs] just making it, making like Pay an easy, you know, simpler and easier to be a developer on. And weighing that up with, you know, what, what's this like you know, new and shiny thing, like what's all this. Like you know, because there's so many tools out there. But if it's going to take us like a huge amount of effort to actually migrate to them, then I--is that benefit actually going to pay for itself or not? So we, we actually did quite a lot of the investigation analysis, a big spreadsheet [laughs] trying to calculate how much like developer time like in hours per week of what's being spent on infrastructure maintenance and kind of trying to estimate what-- how that would change when we moved.   Vanessa Schneider:  Cool, that sounds like the bigger picture view the co-Tech Lead would have of course. Jonathan, any, any benefits that stood out to you perhaps?   Jonathan Harden:  The, the process of trying these things is really interesting. One of the things that we do at GDS that is not something I've ever experienced elsewhere, I know it does happen elsewhere in the industry, but is, we have what I call firebreaks. So they're a gap between quarters. Now when I say quarters, we're not like planning so these 12 things will happen in the quarter. We are, like our team is running a full Kanban approach because we're an infrastructure team that do some support. And one of the things with those firebreaks is they're a week long. So I've worked lots of places where you do hack days and hack days are great but one day isn't really very much time to truly try something deeply. On the firebreak, you get the opportunity to work, to try something that might-- you know something's coming up. You know you're going to do this migration. You've got some thoughts about, 'ooh, there's this technology. I've heard it's great. I can give it a real try and I can prove to other people that this is something we should seriously consider, especially if it's really exciting for you'. Or you might use the opportunity as well to, to scratch an itch that's been bugging you.   So like I-I- just to give you an example of what: we've just had a firebreak. And during that firebreak, we saw several different versions of Terraform. For people that know Terraform, some of them were the versions that use the older version of the language - so HTL1 - and some of them with the version that used HTL2, and it means they're not very compatible. So I used that firebreak as an opportunity to upgrade all of our Terraform to get everything up to the very latest. And like that's really scratched an itch for me. And that's not necessarily super exciting for everybody, but for people that have to work on this day to day, it is very, very, very [laughs] exciting. And, but other people did spikes on trying out a whole deploy-- new type of deployment, which is part of what we're doing going forward. And I'm seeing across the other teams, the developer teams, people trying spikes from potential product features, it's very exciting to see those things happening in other teams and people really trying out, and not just a quick hack, but like really trying: 'can we get somewhere with this, and what's the opportunity for using this in the future?' And it's what people wanted to work on. And that's really, really, that was really exciting for me as, as a part of the research, like the ongoing research, the fact that they happen every quarter. It's very exciting.   Vanessa Schneider:  Kat, firebreaks - what's your opinion, are you a fan?   Kat Stevens: Obviously at GDS like our quarters like, you know, we do carry over work between quarters, but it is nice to have that, that week or so where you can just like think about something else. You can, it's, you can recharge, you can reset little bit, you can try something new. And having like the, like the support from senior management to do that as well and have that space to experiment and try out new things to fail as well, I think that's so important. And even if your product like, never makes it outside a firebreak, you can, it will stick in your memory. And so when 6 months later they say, 'oh, maybe we should try this' and you can actually say: 'that might be a disaster. I remember it from my firebreak' [laughs]. Or you've got that background knowledge to just give context on a wider discussion, perhaps. I think it's so useful.    And also it kind of gives you an opportunity to potentially collaborate with people who y-you don't normally work with or with people in different roles as well. So rather than just us working within the migration team or the feature teams, we can kind of chop and change. You can work with like User Researchers or Content Designers and do just the things you wouldn't normally do. And or even if you just need a little bit of time to do some housekeeping or tidy ups and stuff that's, like Jonathan said, is just scratching that itch. So I love, I love a firebreak.   Vanessa Schneider:  It sounds like the firebreaks have been really productive then - are there any other wins you can share from the migration as well perhaps?   Jonathan Harden:  One of the interesting things, for me one of the interesting things about working in Pay specifically in GDS, is that we have to maintain PCI compliance because we're taking payments. Now that's not something I'd ever done before coming into Pay. So the, the first thing I did in Pay was learn about PCI and spend some time learning about what it, what it means to be compliant. But part of that is called protective monitoring. So you have active scanning going on looking for 'is anything nefarious happening over here, has anything goes wrong over there'. And that means that you, people have to spend time responding to those reports. And those reports, you occasionally get a false positive. But spending all that time dealing with those reports and investigating them like that's, that's all been freed up now.   But that means we can focus on future improvements more. So we've, our, we have a new environment to test performance of the application in. W e're going through a process at the moment of making it so that that environment can appear when it needs to appear and go away when it doesn't need to be there. And that, of course means saving money, which you know, we work in the Civil Service, this is taxpayer money. This isn't like venture capital, it's the money that all of us pay in tax. And so it's like even more important to make sure that we're spending the right money. It's not to not spend money, it's to spend the right money and only the money that you need to spend. And so we're able to spend time making sure that we can have that environment scale itself down and scale itself back up and use that learning of scaling up and down those environments to start working on potentially auto-scaling the other environments so that they respond to meet demand instead of needing to be at the capacity for peak demand all the time.   This is, the-these are quite exciting things in themselves, but like we wouldn't have, we wouldn't necessarily have the time to do these smaller improvements that, you know, that will save money. They'll make a big difference in how much we spend.   Vanessa Schneider: What about you Kat, any thoughts?   Kat Stevens:  Yeah, so previously while the majority of our apps were running as tasks on EC2 instances, we did have a couple of Fargate apps running. And people were a bit nervous about updating them and deploying them. But now we are deploying to Fargate everywhere, suddenly, it doesn't seem so much of a big deal anymore. And so we've been able to kind of demystify some of those extra auxiliary apps. We've had really good feedback from the developer team saying like: 'this is great. We don't even have to, you know have like a, mental energy spent on worrying about this app anymore'. And that's kind of like the same for our other sort of, the, the bits and pieces that go under the radar. So this is something we're kind of looking at now is: how do we make sure our NginX proxies are patched and up to date and get deployed quickly, and it's not going to be a, a huge mental effort even [laughs] to kind of even think about how do we do this: 'we don't do this very often. Am I going to have to look this up again?' We can automate more of these processes and just have a more stable and reliable platform.   Vanessa Schneider:  It can be intimidating when you don't do a process frequently, just wanting to make sure you get everything exactly right, I think a lot of people can relate to that, but it's so good [laughs] everyone's confident now!   Kat Stevens:  Big factor but yes.   Vanessa Schneider:  So, obviously, Kat, you aren't a Site Reliability Engineer, but working on this project has given you the opportunity to upskill in the area. Is that right? Is that a common practise? Is it, is it normal for Software Developers to sort of take on a project like this to learn these things?    Kat Stevens:  It's interesting. I think the role of a Software Developer at GDS, it can be so broad. And there's so many different types of things you can work on. I was working on Python projects for a couple of years. And I've sort of like, dipping my toes into a bit of Ruby and bit of JavaScript. And...but, but the previous team I was working on, the infrastructure was very stable and there, there wasn't really any, a huge need to like revamp it or do any major bits of work on it. So while there was a couple of bits and pieces ad-hoc here and there, it kind of felt like the, the infrastructure side of the whole software engineering ecosystem, [laughs] for want of a better word, the, the, the infrastructure side of it was, was a gap in my knowledge. And so it's been really good to be able to move to Pay and like roll up my sleeves and get stuck in and you know like, figure out all these IAM permissions, what, what needs to be done where and actually sort of like get, getting that experience in like lifting the hood and seeing what's powering the, the actual software underneath. And almost like going down through the layers and yeah, [laughs] it's been, it's been really eye-opening actually. Like...previously, I would have never described myself as doing any sort of DevOps side of things, and I was actually quite like scared of Bash scripts. And now they are, yeah, well, I wouldn't say second nature, but they're not so scary anymore [laughs].   Vanessa Schneider:  That's a great outcome in my books. Jonathan, is it common practise to have somebody come in like that for you? I mean, obviously you've not been at GDS for a long time, but I was just wondering how this compares to the private sector.   Jonathan Harden:  So lots of people want to be a Site Reliability Engineer, it's a very kind of hot field. It's a very cool area to work in. And I don't just mean across the industry. I mean, I think that's a, I really, really like this role. I've put on many hats over my career and this is the one I'm enjoying the most by a long way. But, so in a previous company, I was like leading a team of infras-- there we were calling ourselves Infrastructure Engineers, but we were hiring Site Reliability Engineers. And actually, we found that it, it was, in some ways it was better to have a more diverse team in previous role as well. I mean, like, I always believe it's better to have a diverse team anyway in all aspects. But having people from a software engineering background and people from a systems administration background, like a traditional SysAdmin background, bringing those people together, especially if you've got one or two experienced Site Reliability Engineers already, works really, really well. People want to upskill into this area. Upskill isn't even necessarily the right word. People want to move into this area. It's not that it's an upskill, it's, it's, it's sideways. It's a different kind of role. And it means that they're very enthusiastic and they really want to learn these things and they want to demystify the scary things like Kat was talking about. So me personally, I've been, she mentioned Bash, I've been using Bash for many, many, many years [laughs] since about 2001, I think something like that. So that's not scary for me, but for people who haven't worked with it, I can help them with, like you know, I can help people and I can mentor them and I can show them good practises are.   Vanessa Schneider:  I don't think I've heard a better recommendation for folks to become site reliability engineers - keep an eye out on our vacancies as there are continuously opportunities at GDS to work on exciting projects like this migration, or broaden your skill sets. But just to recap, would you say there's anything you're particularly proud of as a result of this migration?   Kat Stevens:  The--like the actual how we did the rollout itself like with zero downtime. I thought that was pretty cool. But also maybe kind of like in the ways that we actually worked as a team around it as well because it was quite a long running project. And I think there's some interesting parts about how we like re-reassured ourselves that we were doing the right thing. Like, you know, regular retrospectives, firebreaks like we've mentioned, like how we dealt with unexpected work coming along because [laughs] as well as being like the migration team, we are also kind of the infrastructure team. So any kind of unexpected bits and pieces that came up, it would be our team that, we would have to like temporarily pause the migration work and pick up you know, whatever it was. So how we responded to that and you know how we communicated with each other, I-I think that's kind of a whole, a whole other podcast in itself almost.   Vanessa Schneider:  It sounds like there is an amazing community that you can tap into to keep up to date, make sure that work isn't being duplicated. And clearly there's a lot to be proud of regarding the product performance.    Jonathan Harden:  Yeah, so something that I found a little different here from other places I've worked, even larger organisations, that actually really helps with the sharing of information: so we, we have various like show and tell type catch-up meetings but for a wider than just your small area of the, of the business. So we have a catch up every week amongst all the infrastructure people. And there we all talk about what are we working on right now; like what things are we looking at in the future; are there challenges that you faced; how is the business as usual stuff going in your area. And conversations often come out of that into: 'oh, you're trying out this new technology?' Or you might, because we have it every week, you might mention like: 'oh we're starting to look at this thing' and you'll hear other people's opinions on either the thing you're trying or what you're aiming at or what they've done.   So we, I was mentioning we're doing this tuning our deployment pipelines, so we have a-a few peo-teams are all doing that as well. And so we have a channel where we're talking about that. And as people are trying things, they're putting in that channel like what they're trying, how it's going, like what the challenges they faced are and, you know, asking for help as well: have other people tried this; what, did you manage to solve this issue or that issue. And I really feel like the collaboration across parts of GDS and the wider Cabinet Office is, is really, really good. within the infrastructure side, it's really good. There's definitely like beyond the infrastructure I do attend, we do have show and tells where people get to show like the thing they're working on that's not just infrastructure related, and that's been, that's really good as well for just understanding like the wider landscape of what's happening across Cabinet Office. And that's that's really, they're really helpful to communicate those things and to work out: 'are we working on the same thing'; 'are you about to start working on the thing that I'm working on'; 'have you already done this and can you give me some pointers'. And that's really good.   Vanessa Schneider:  Yeah, it's nice that you've had the opportunity to share your learnings with the community. Do you have any, maybe, more personal reflections on this work perhaps?   Jonathan Harden:  Yeah. So working at the Cabinet Office, it's the first time I've worked for the Civil Service and I'm very aware it's, it's different than the other roles that I've had because I'm like, I feel like I'm kind of helping wider society. We all have to pay the government for all sorts of things. And Pay supports many different services, including - on a previous version of the GDS podcast, you talk to some of the product people from Pay, and I listened to that before I joined Pay, before I joined GDS, and it was really interesting to hear the esoteric services that we have - but of course we have some, we have some bigger services as well and other government departments coming online all the time. And knowing that the infrastructure we're working on supports the ability for the public to pay things that they need to pay to the government or they want to pay, you know, they, like you said, they might be buying a fishing licence or something like that. And that's, knowing that we make it easier for people to do that and that it's done in a way that focuses on the accessibility of the service so any member of the public can try and pay through us and will have, not reach barriers like their screen reader software can't work with the service.    These are, knowing that I'm giving this back as part of my role, it makes a big difference to me as an Engineer. It's, it's, it's kind of the first, one of the first times where I've not have some kind of crisis around like, 'oh, am I giving back to society, wider society?'. And now I really feel like I am. And that's a real big part of what's making me so happy here among working on a fantastic team and a great org, and on cool technology, of course.   Vanessa Schneider:  That's so lovely to hear, Jonathan, [laughs] thank you for sharing. If you are similarly minded and want to try and help wider society, do keep an eye on our careers page. That's: GDS careers dot gov dot uk [gdscareer.gov.uk] for openings. It could be in site reliability engineering, it could be general software developer, it could be very different, but we're always looking for new folks to join us and bring their perspective into the organisation.    Thank you to Jonathan and Kat for joining me on the episode. If you like it, you can listen to all other episodes of the Government Digital Service Podcast, like Jonathan has, on Spotify, Apple Podcasts and all other major podcast platforms, and the transcripts are also available on PodBean.    Goodbye.   Jonathan Harden:  Toodelo.   Kat Stevens:  Goodbye!

Engearment with Sean Sewell
Engearment Podcast with Sean Sewell - Strong Endurance, Backcountry Beacon Bash, GoPro 10, Goal Zero

Engearment with Sean Sewell

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 25:34


Engearment Podcast - StrongEndurance, Beacon Bash, Goal Zero There is a lot to catch up on! It has been over a month since the last Engearment Podcast. Since then, we have covered a lot of reviews, and have been preparing for 2 very big events: 11/6-7, 2021 StrongFirst Strong Endurance Seminar This is a live event at our training facility with Pavel Tsatsouline!! https://www.strongfirst.com/shop/special-events/strong-endurance-by-pavel-denver-co-november-6-7-2021/ 11/13/21   Backcountry Beacon Bash https://www.facebook.com/BEACONBASHSERIES Some of the reviews since the last Engearment Podcast: Engearment Holiday Gift Guide Goal Zero Yeti 1000X and Nomad 100 Solar Panel - https://youtu.be/Qh0JqAAtAG8 GoPro Hero 10 audio review - https://youtu.be/azTJrc6612A Outdoor Research Coldfront Down Hoody - https://youtu.be/sIcwAOILuMI Smith Leadout Sunglasses - https://youtu.be/WjdHuhea0Wk Patagonia R1 Techfasce - https://youtu.be/MzGIs2E2NI8  

BASH that BOOK
DEAR BENNY - I AM JEFF AND I REALLY SUCK

BASH that BOOK

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 2:41


DEAR BENNY...I don't like it when we hang out with my wife's friends.

Turned Out A Punk
Episode 372 - Tommy Stinson (The Replacements, Bash & Pop, Guns N'Roses)

Turned Out A Punk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 43:53


Tommy Spread is here!!! That's right: the legend TOMMY STINSON stops by TOAP to talk punk! Join Damian as he sits down the with The Replacement's bass wunderkind & Bash &Pop frontman to talk: first wave Twin Cities punk, getting thrown into hardcore, the real reason they got banned from SNL & the mystery of the Tulsa Jacks!  DON'T MISS THIS ONE! Also, don't miss the deluxe edition of The Replacements' classic "Sorry, Ma Forgot To Take Out The Trash" out now on Rhino Records!!! (The Jacks lp containing the infamous Tulsa Jacks recordings is out now on Reminder Records!) Also Touched On: Getting lumped into Hardcore the welcoming 1st wave No recollection of the Tulsa Jacks sessions “The Impersonating A Musician” sessions What was the original name of the Replacements? FM covers Going to see YES Opening for Plasmatics  Paul evolving into punk Dave Pirner: not a jock but a Clash lovin' Hockey player Working with Tommy Ramone Perfect Bash & Pop The Clerks Soundtrack & SO MUCH MORE!!!!! BROUGHT TO YOU BY VANS

Trammin' - A Disneyland Podcast
Trammin' 84: Oogie Boogie Bash 2021, Guest Host Kimmie

Trammin' - A Disneyland Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 124:26


When Mr. Oogie Boogie says there's Trammin' close at hand, you'd better pay attention now, 'cause we're the Trammin' Fam. And if you aren't Trammin', there's something very wrong. 'Cause this may be the last time, you hear the Tramtober song.InstagramTrammin' - https://instagram.com/TramminPodcastChristian Rainwater - https://instagram.com/imrainwaterKirk Bagdasarian - https://instagram.com/disneyparkvibesKimmie - https://instagram.com/kimmieroTwitterTrammin' - https://twitter.com/tramminpodcastMusicLocal Forecast - Elevator Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ "This House" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Character Art & AnimationNadia Dar - https://nadsdardraws.carrd.co/Trammin' - A Disneyland Podcast

EVERYNIGHTNIGHTS PODCAST
Drama and Murders | EVERYNIGHTNIGHTS PODCAST #133

EVERYNIGHTNIGHTS PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 143:22


Snow and Juju are at it again in another Halloween costume contest. This time Juju is the girl from scream and Snow is the apartment manager from the mask or Dona Florinda.. we talk about the TikToker who shot his wife, Brian Launderie, preferences in girls, Juju talks about why she was fired from mcdonalds, Juju failing her drivers test, depression, anxiety, ADHD, the music industry, Bash finds a girlfriend, and much more

BASH that BOOK
LETTERS TO BENNY- SHE IS MAD AT BENNY BASH

BASH that BOOK

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 3:03


Dear Benny... YOU SON OF A BLEEP - YOU BLEEPING FAT BLEEP(We had to go back in the archives and see what she was talking about)

BASH that BOOK
I JUDGE YOU- LADY STEALS A SERVICE DOG AND MAN UNLEASHES RATS

BASH that BOOK

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 2:56


TWO DUMB CRIMES:One lady steals a service dog from a WAL-MARTOne Man Sets Loose Rats at His Office

Little Known Facts with Ilana Levine
Episode 268 - Mary McCormack

Little Known Facts with Ilana Levine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 44:39


Mary McCormack is one of today's boldest and most versatile actresses, continually challenging herself with roles that often defy Hollywood standards and bring to light the complex lives of ordinary women. The LA Times says, “McCormack has a kind of 20th century sass, a lively impertinence you find in classic Hollywood comedians like Barbara Stanwyck, Irene Dunne and Rosalind Russell.” She has shown her immense talent working in film, television and on stage, and has tackled roles ranging from slapstick comedy to intense drama. Tony-nominated for her role in Broadway's “Boeing Boeing” opposite Mark Rylance, she is also widely known for her four seasons as a regular cast member of “The West Wing" (two SAG Award nominations), as the lead of USA's critically acclaimed “In Plain Sight,” and for her role opposite Howard Stern in Private Parts.  McCormack's recent television work includes starring roles in the ABC series “The Kids Are Alright,” the AMC series “Loaded,” the NBC comedy series “Welcome To The Family” as well as arcs on such shows as HBO's “The Newsroom,” “Scandal” (ABC), Gus van Sant's award-winning miniseries “When We Rise” (ABC), “House of Lies” (Showtime) and the “Will & Grace” reboot (NBC). McCormack will also appear in the new Hulu Blumhouse anthology series “Treehouse.” McCormack can also be seen in the HBO Max feature Unpregnant. In non-scripted, McCormack produces the hit game show “25 Words or Less” alongside Lisa Kudrow and Dan Bucatinsky which was just renewed for a second season. Next up, McCormack can be seen staring in the STARZ series “Heels.”  McCormack returned to the Broadway stage in 2008 to star in “Boeing Boeing” alongside Christine Baranski, Mark Rylance and Bradley Whitford. Marc Camoletti's classic sixties comedy won the Tony for Best Revival and earned McCormack a 2008 Tony nomination for “Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Play.” Additional stage credits include a highly successful run opposite Alan Cumming as Sally Bowles in the Sam Mendes and Rob Marshall-directed Broadway production of “Cabaret” for the Roundabout Theatre Company, as well as the acclaimed London stage production of Neil LaBute's play “Bash,” the David Warren-directed productions of “My Marriage To Earnest Borgnine” and Jon Robin Baitz's “A Fair Country.”  McCormack breakout performance, opposite Howard Stern in Private Parts, won her universal critical acclaim. McCormack's additional television and feature credits include: Aaron Sorkin's NBC smash hit “The West Wing,” a recurring role on “ER,” Right At Your Door, the Stephen King thriller 1408, Christopher Guests' “For Your Consideration,” the Steven Soderbergh and George Clooney HBO political series “K-Street,” as Justine Appleton in Steve Bochco's “Murder One,” as well as the USA Network miniseries “Traffic,” directed by Stephen Hopkins (24). In addition, McCormack has appeared in varied roles in such films as Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star opposite David Spade; K-PAX opposite Jeff Bridges and Kevin Spacey; Full Frontal, directed by Steven Soderbergh and opposite David Duchovny and Catherine Keener; High Heels & Low Lifes with Minnie Driver; Mystery, Alaska, written by David E. Kelley and starring Russell Crowe; Other Voices, with Stockard Channing and Campbell Scott; The Broken Hearts Club, opposite John Mahoney and Timothy Olyphant; The Big Tease opposite Craig Ferguson; Gun Shy with Sandra Bullock and Liam Neeson; the Clint Eastwood film, True Crime; Mimi Leder's Deep Impact; The Alarmist, opposite Stanley Tucci; Father's Day and Miracle on 34th Street. She also appeared in Michael G. Cooney's The Men and the feature film Drone with Sean Bean as well as Amazon's period drama American Girl: Mary Ellen.  Born in Plainfield, New Jersey, McCormack is a graduate of Trinity College and resides with her family in Los Angeles. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Bucs Pewter Nation Podcast
Pewter Report Podcast: Bucs Bash Bears, Win 38-3

Bucs Pewter Nation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 68:33


The entire PR staff makes an appearance for what was the easiest win of the Bucs season as they came out on top 38-3. The game pretty much was overtwith when Tampa Bay led 21-0 after the first quarter and that was about it. Tom Brady threw for four touchdowns, Mike Evans had three of them, the defense created five turnovers and the biggest drama of the game was getting the ball that Brady's 600th touchdown pass came from after Evans generously gave it away without realizing the milestone number. If that's the biggest thing that came from the game, then it's pretty good. Credit should also go to JPP, Dee Delaney, Antoine Winfield Jr. and more. Hear it all on the Pewter Report podcast, energized by CELSIUS.

Play Cube Game Cast
Switch eShop Bash #2

Play Cube Game Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 63:05


Can you guess which one of these 10 titles Chase actually bought before recording?Today Chase and Mooshi make snap judgements on 10 random eShop titles. Is there a diamond in this dump? Can anime boobs save a game? Can a pointless clock game be redeemed??? Find out in this episode!Timestamps:The Good Life.................................. 1:30Dungeon Encounters................... 9:28Waifu Discovered 2...................... 13:00Murder House............................... 20:07Last 4 Alive..................................... 25:24AAA Clock...................................... 30:00Driving World Italian Job......... 34:24Evil Tonight ................................... 40:43Crypto is Dead ............................. 44:35Youtuber Life 2 ............................ 49:59Contact us at playcubegamecast@gmail.comMerch!https://.playcube.threadless.com/Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/playcubegamecastInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/playcube_gamecast/Twitter:https://twitter.com/PlayCubeGC

Dueling Disney
DD 89 Working at Walt Disney World vs Disneyland Resort and Oogie Boogie Bash

Dueling Disney

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 45:21


Andee's eldest joins the podcast to talk about the differences between working at Disneyland and Walt Disney World. She also went to the Oogie Boogie Bash. Hear what she has to say and get some tips for future visits. Have you noticed a Cast Member difference between the Parks on the two US coasts? 

FRANKLY drinking: the swell Frank Sinatra and Whiskey podcast.

It's a blind battle of mash bill #2 from Buffalo Trace, and the #2 singles from Sinatra's discography. Who will win between Elmer T. Lee and Blanton's?

Disney Deciphered: a Disney World planning podcast
Ep. 192 - Oogie Boogie Bash, Club Level at Disneyland Hotel, and Early Disney Genie Impressions

Disney Deciphered: a Disney World planning podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 28:46


Disneyland and Oogie Boogie Bash Looking to plan a Disney World or Disneyland vacation? Let Joe do all the hard work for you at no cost to you as your travel agent. Get started by e-mailing josephcheung@travelmation.net today! Bookings for the Disney Wish are open if you are interested in sailing on Disney Cruise Line's latest ship! Episode Description Disney Genie is here but Leslie took one last trip to Disneyland without the new touring product. We talk Oogie Boogie Bash, staying club level at the Disneyland Hotel, and give our first impressions about Disney Genie on Day 1. Have you stayed club level or tried the Halloween party on either coast? Let us know by e-mailing disneydeciphered AT gmail DOT com, messaging us on Twitter, or leaving a comment on our Facebook page! Episode Notes 1:03 - Disney Genie first impressions 5:22 - Disneyland trip details 7:22 - Crowds and rope drop 10:57 - Dining 14:59 - Oogie Boogie Bash 21:39 - Disneyland Hotel, Club Level! 27:01 - Disney dos and don'ts 20:41 - Disney dos and don'ts If we've helped you to plan your trip and you'd like to thank us we'd appreciate you considering a one time donation. Or if you'd like to receive bonus content, check out our Patreon page and our special subscriber only content! You can also support the show by buying tickets (if they're the best deal, of course) using our Undercover Tourist link or signing up for Mouse Dining through our link. If you like what you hear, please share and subscribe! Find us on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, TuneIn, PlayerFM, iHeartRadio, or Google Play (please leave a positive review if you're enjoying the show), like our Facebook page, or follow us on Twitter! Connect with Leslie @TripsWithTykes on social media and Joe @asthejoeflies.

The Truepenny Show
The Wrestling Rewind #77 - WCW Bash At The Beach 1999 - 19 - 10 - 21

The Truepenny Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 91:21


Darragh and Martin take a look back at Bash at the Beach from WCW in 1999.

Loud About Nothing
111 - Bash is Back

Loud About Nothing

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 37:14


Loud about Nothing Studio is still under construction but the boys hop on for a brief update of living in Brooklyn. Sebastian sees someone on the street who taught him a lesson in comedy. Robbie met Sebastian's alter ego "Bash" for the first time. Sebastian talks about a Halloween costume that turned some heads. He also learns of a not so normal family tradition. call in to the pod @ 929-900-6393 & follow us on social media @sebastianconelli @robbienunes @loudaboutnothing

DLWeekly Podcast - Disneyland News and Information
DLW 205: Oogie Boogie Bash: The Conclusion

DLWeekly Podcast - Disneyland News and Information

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 94:12


This week, some Genie details, what will be available in the cost, and what will be an upcharge, Web Slingers going standby….. sometimes, what is going on with the trams, new cast members of all kinds, Muppets take over, we talk about the end of our trip, and more! Please support the show if you can by going to https://www.dlweekly.net/support/. If you want some DLWeekly Swag, you can pick some up at https://www.dlweekly.net/store/. Book your travel through ConciEARS at no extra cost to you! Be sure to mention that you heard about ConciEARS from DLWeekly at booking! If you want some awesome headwear or one of a kind items, be sure to visit our friends over at All Enchanting Ears! You can use the promo code DLWEEKLY10 to get 10% off your order! News: This week, we got some more details about the Genie service coming to the parks soon. Over in Walt Disney World, the service will launch on October 19th. No date is set for Disneyland yet, but Disney says it will be announced soon. The Genie+ service, which is an additional cost, will be available at a number of attractions and works just like MaxPass from before the closure. Individual Lightning Lane selections will be an additional purchase on top of Genie+ and Lightning Lane, and will be priced from $7 to $15 per attraction, per guest. At this time, only Radiator Springs Racers, WEB Slingers, and Rise of the Resistance will be on the Lightning Lane+ service. – https://www.ocregister.com/2021/10/08/disneyland-reveals-new-disney-genie-details-heres-how-the-itinerary-planning-app-works/ and https://disneyparks.disney.go.com/blog/2021/10/disney-genie-launching-at-walt-disney-world-resort/ At Disneyland, the following attractions will feature Lightning Lane as part of the Genie+ paid service. To be clear, these are part of the $20 per guest, per day Genie+ service, and not part of the Lightning Lane additional charge. Autopia, Big Thunder, Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters, Haunted Mansion, Indiana Jones, it's a small world, Matterhorn, Smuggler's Run, Roger Rabbit's Car Toon Spin, Space Mountain, Splash Mountain, and Star Tours. Over in DCA, Goofy's Sky School, Grizzly River Run, Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission Breakout, Incredicoaster, Monsters, Inc., Soarin', and Midway Mania. – https://www.ocregister.com/2021/10/08/disneyland-announces-22-rides-where-you-can-pay-to-skip-the-lines-heres-how/ and https://disneyland.disney.go.com/genie/ Guests that have been to Disney California Adventure this past week on rainy days may have been able to ride Web Slingers by waiting in a standby queue, instead of getting a boarding pass. Disneyland is switching to a standby queue on days when the attendance are lower for the new attraction. Guests who get a boarding group at the 7am window will have their boarding group honored, but there may not be a need for the noon boarding groups, and switch to standby only. The standby queue usually becomes active around 4-6pm. – https://www.ocregister.com/2021/10/12/disneyland-pauses-web-slingers-virtual-queue-on-slow-days-and-switches-to-standby-line/ One of the big questions guests have been asking a lot recently is what is going on with the trams? The Orange County Register thinks that it is still related to the COVID-19 health and safety regulations that have been in place since the parks reopened. There were some posts online this week that said the trams were needing repairs after not being run for nearly a year and a half and maintenance teams are already overloaded. So, the real answer to when the trams come back is anyone's guess. – https://www.ocregister.com/2021/10/11/when-will-disneyland-parking-lot-trams-return/ Joffrey's Coffee & Tea Company has finally made it to the west coast from Florida. The coffee stand that sits at the entrance to Pixar Pier and Paradise Wharf was recently converted to a Joffrey's, along with adding mobile ordering and some food offerings. Breakfast offerings are abailable until 11am, with a burrito available after. A chia fruit salad, sugar cookie, chocolate chip cookie, and chocolate croissants are offered all day. – https://dlnewstoday.com/2021/10/photos-joffreys-coffee-tea-company-makes-disneyland-resort-debut-at-the-gourmet-coffee-stand-at-disney-california-adventure/ Disney+ has been an excellent source of information and entertainment about the parks since it launched in 2019. A new movie, which will focus on the creation of Disneyland, will be debuting on the service in the future. The movie will be written by Evan Spiliotopoulos, who worked on The Jungle Book 2 and Beauty and the Beast. David Gordon Green is set to direct. He worked on Halloween and Halloween Kills as the writer and director. – https://dlnewstoday.com/2021/10/movie-focusing-on-disneylands-creation-coming-to-disney/ The Disneyland Resort has been hiring quite a few new cast members recently, although not a lot with more than two legs! The Circle D Ranch has recently received 5 new horses for Disneyland. The new horses are Dublin, a four-year-old Belgian and Percheron cross, Champ and his half brother Chip, who are 5 years-old and are Clydesdales. Lily is 5 years-old, with no breed mentioned. Finally, there is Pumpkin, who is one-and-a-half years old, and is a Percheron. The training to get horses from the ranch to Disneyland can take from 6 months to a year, depending on the horse. – https://disneyparks.disney.go.com/blog/2021/10/meet-the-new-disneyland-horses-at-circle-d-ranch/ After three long years, the current Disneyland Ambassadors Justin and Rafa, who would normally have held the position for two years, but because of COVID, their term was extended to three years, will retire to other positions in the parks. The new 2022-223 Ambassadors were announced last week, making their titles official. Mark is currently a stage manager in Disney California Adventure, starting with the company back in 2013. Nataly is a guest relations VIP hostess, starting with the company back in 2010. – https://disneyparks.disney.go.com/blog/2021/10/meet-the-next-disneyland-resort-ambassador-team/ Weeklyteers who are like Tage and love building models of Disneyland, there is a new 3D model book coming out soon! “Build Your Own Disneyland Park: Press Out 3D Model is now available for preorder on Amazon for $14.99. The book has 35 press out pieces and instructions to build a 3D model of Disneyland. There is also some information about each of the lands in the book. The book will be out on December 7, 2021. – https://dlnewstoday.com/2021/10/shop-new-build-your-own-disneyland-park-3d-model-fact-book-available-for-pre-order-on-amazon/ For Weeklyteers who watched the Muppets Haunted Mansion Halloween special on Disney+ this week, the Disney Parks Blog has released some wallpapers, stickers, and more! Some of the wallpapers include Miss Piggy as Madame Pigota, Animal, and Muppet versions of famous locations from the Haunted Mansion. There are some GIPHY stickers when you search Disney Plus Life on Instagram, and more. – https://disneyparks.disney.go.com/blog/2021/10/celebrate-muppets-haunted-mansion-with-all-new-digital-wallpapers-stickers-and-more/ The Haunted Mansion exhibit at Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln has been updated to include some of the props that were used to film the Muppets Haunted Mansion special. Some of the items include a “2 DIE 4” license plate, the crystal ball from Madame Pigota, the maids spray bottle from that same scene, coffins, and more. There are even notes from the Muppets themselves about some of the items! – https://www.disneyfoodblog.com/2021/10/08/photos-you-can-see-props-used-in-muppets-haunted-mansion-in-disneyland/ Uva Bar in Downtown Disney has some new drinks on the menu for Halloween. The Beetlejuice contains vodka, melon liqueur, and blue curacao, the Vampire Bite has Nolet's gin, rosemary simple syrup, pink grapefruit, and soda water. The Trick or Treat has High West bourbon, pumpkin spice syrup, lemon juice and soda water. Finally, the Black Cat has vodka, raspberry liquor, and lime juice. Each cocktail is $15 and should be available through the Halloween season. – https://www.disneyfoodblog.com/2021/10/12/halloween-peeps-assemble-theres-a-beetlejuice-drink-in-downtown-disney/ Discussion: Our last couple of days for the Oogie Boogie Bash trip.

Leader of the Club Podcast
Season 2, Episode 52: Oogie Boogie Bash Recap with Jess!

Leader of the Club Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 80:23


On this week's episode of Leader of the Club Podcast, Jess reviews her Oogie Boogie Bash experience at DCA!  Also, news about the 50th Anniversary at Walt Disney World including the KITE FAILS with the new Lion King celebration!

Black and White Sports Podcast
ESPN Gets DESTROYED By Ben Shapiro After Sage Steele Suspended! They Can Bash TRUMP But, NOT OBAMA?

Black and White Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 11:37


Website: www.blackandwhitenetwork.com Get your MERCH here: https://teespring.com/stores/blackandwhitesports Follow Black and White Network on Odysee: Black and White Sports: https://odysee.com/@blackandwhitesports Black and White News: https://odysee.com/@blackandwhitenews Black and White Entertainment: https://odysee.com/@blackandwhiteentertainment Follow us on Rumble: Black and White Sports: https://rumble.com/user/BlackandWhiteSports Black and White News: https://rumble.com/user/BlackandWhiteNews Email: blackandwhitesports2019@gmail.com Check out the podcast site here for all of the live streams: https://anchor.fm/blackandwhitesports Please support Black and White Sports for as low as .99 per month here: https://anchor.fm/blackandwhitesports/support Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/blackandwhitesports Join us and become a channel member today as we fight against Woke sports. Click the JOIN button or the link in the description and support us. Just starts at $4.99 per month and cancel anytime. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC73b_bf7j4fgTnBNRTqKKTA/join Check Out blackandwhitenetwork.com for More Exclusive Content from Us. Entertainment, Politics, Sports! 3 Membership levels Available As Well As Free Video Content! Articles COMING SOON! and Black and White Network (Politics & Entertainment) Podcast: https://castbox.fm/channel/Black-%26-White-Network-(Politics-%26-Pop-Culture)-id4426096?country=us

Just Some Magic
072 - Oogie Boogie Bash with Maleficent & Mal - HOST Morgan & Mom

Just Some Magic

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 48:00


THIS BRAND NEW EPISODE features my MOM coming on the show talking all about the Oogie Boogie bash at Disneyland! If you have a story you'd like to be read on the show CLICK HERE to submit your most magical moment! FOLLOW HOST MORGAN: INSTAGRAM AMAZON Shop WEBSITE FOLLOW JUST SOME MAGIC: INSTAGRAM YOUTUBE FACEBOOK --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/justsomemagic/support

Dirt to Dollars
Dr. Katie VanValin - Beef Bash and Master Finisher programs

Dirt to Dollars

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 49:41


Dr. Katie VanValin joins us this week to talk about the upcoming annual UK Beef Bash and a new Master Finisher program. Follow us on facebook at Dirt to Dollars Podcast.Intro/Outro music is Parker Hastings rendition of Blue Moon of Kentucky, learn more about his music here: www.parkerhastingsguitar.com. 

Who Invited Her?
187 This House Is Clean

Who Invited Her?

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 67:18


The spicy little meatball is off to DC. The gang say far well to Bash, for now, as he heads to his new life in DC. But don't fret he will be back on the show at less once a month, We talk about how it is to make new friends as an adult. Discover some interesting ways to make new friends, they are not all winners. We talks about the OKCupid video that went viral, the youth taking a stand at H.S across the U.S. Whats the big deal with Squid Games? Tony talks about a drunk night out with his boss, We end it all with Carol of the week.

The Disney Universe Podcast
Oogie Boogie Bash Recap

The Disney Universe Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 98:06


Welcome back to the Disney Universe Podcast! We have a fun show for you, in this episode we're joined once again by our good friend Alex. We breakdown our recent trip to DCA and our time at this year's Oogie Boogie Bash. Plus Ryan gives his opinions from his visit in 2019. We also have news, shout outs, & more! So grab your earbuds, sit back, relax, & enjoy the show. Subscribe wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts. On YouTube at Disney Universe TV. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/disney-universe-podcast/message

Evil Thoughts
Bash Trash

Evil Thoughts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 18:20


CNN's Dana Bash tees them up for Dr. Fauci this morning. 

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
WTKA Roundtable 9/30/2021: Pillow Soft Coverage

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 46:42


Things discussed: Why does Michigan play so scared and soft? Why are we playing off coverage versus Noah Vedral? Rutgers sold out to stop the interior run game and M had no Plan B: ran Bash once (twice). RBs didn't bounce when they had some opportunities. How good is Rutgers? Good on D, terrible on O. Seth: Michigan never takes Rutgers seriously. We could have just run the things they ran. Cade talk: Don't know what happened in his head. If you have to turtle because he can't throw after a hit, put in the backup. Struggles vs Power Read/Inverted Veer: No time to coach up Mullings because offense kept going three-and-out and they were right back on the field again. Offense was the big issue, and the offense died because they had no plan but to push a good defense off the ball. Michigan doesn't run a zone read correctly: they're reading it before the snap. Zone read options messed us up on defense too. Sam: Do you coach around a QB situation. Brian: Do you have to coach around your starting quarterback? Can you teach McNamara to zone read please? After the snap. It has to be after the damn snap. Not asking for Denard; can you get him up to Noah Vedral level? It seems ridiculous to not fix a problem you know you have until it causes a catastrophe. Late shout out to Aidan Hutchinson.

DLWeekly Podcast - Disneyland News and Information
DLWeekly 203: DLWeekly Visits Oogie Boogie Bash

DLWeekly Podcast - Disneyland News and Information

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021


This week, we talk about the first half of our Oogie Boogie Bash trip! Please support the show if you can by going to https://www.dlweekly.net/support/. If you want some DLWeekly Swag, you can pick some up at https://www.dlweekly.net/store/. Book your travel through ConciEARS at no extra cost to you! Be sure to mention that you heard about ConciEARS from DLWeekly at booking! If you want some awesome headwear or one of a kind items, be sure to visit our friends over at All Enchanting Ears! You can use the promo code DLWEEKLY10 to get 10% off your order!

BEER MAN BEER
EpIsOdE 92 | CrAzY BrEw BAsH

BEER MAN BEER

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 84:50


This episode is a wild one.........

Grilling JR
Episode 124: Bash At The Beach 1996

Grilling JR

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 101:48


Watchalong with JR and Paul as they revisit the main event of Bash at the Beach '96, which would prove to be one of the most important moments in wrestling history! The guys discuss WWE's reaction to Hogan turning heel, a funny story involving JYD and Randy Anderson, Pat Patterson's influence on the match, other monumental heel turns, Sting as a potential heel, and so much more! ROCK AUTO - Rock Auto is a family business, serving auto parts customers online for 20 years. Go to RockAuto.com to shop for auto and body parts from hundreds of manufacturers. Type GRILLINGJR in their “How did you hear about us?” box so they know we sent you.  BLUECHEW - Bluechew gives you confidence in bed every time. Visit BlueChew.com and get your first order free when use promo code JR. Just pay $5 shipping! NHTSA - It can happen easily. A few drinks become a few too many. It's time to go and you think of calling for a ride home. Nahh, what's the worst that can happen? You get pulled over? Youlose your license? You total your car? You kill someone? Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over. GEICO - Do you own or rent your home? Sure you do! And it's hard work. But you know what's easy? Bundling with GEICO. Go to GEICO.com, get a quote, and see how much YOU could save. It's GEICO-easy!  Save yourself some money, get a better interest rate, lower monthly payments and even skip your next two payments at www.SaveWithConrad.com Warmer weather is just around the corner, and you need to make sure you're ready for grilling season. Head over to www.JRsBBQ.com and grab yourself some great bbq sauce and order "Under The Black Hat" JR's latest book too! Do you want to style and profile like good ol' JR? Well, stop by www.jimrossshirts.com and check out all our tees. We have new designs going up almost every week! Plus, JR's jumped into the Patreon game with a new and unique way to list to the podcast...ADFREESHOWS.com! Not only will you get Grilling JR ad free and early you'll also get all four of Conrad's other podcasts and a whole lot more! Head over and check out the available tiers and all they offer over at ADFREESHOWS.com Do you have a product or business you want JR & Conrad to talk about on the show? Let us know about it and fill out a FREE quick form over at www.AdvertiseWithConrad.com