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Pod de Engineer
Cockroach DB の LSM Tree は月に届かない

Pod de Engineer

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 43:50


Cockroach DB の内部で利用されている Log-Structured Merge-Tree 型の Key-Value ストア Pebble について、コードの一部を読んだ話をしました。 https://anchor.fm/wantedly-dev/episodes/ISUCON--w-bubusu_ryu-e1lllp4/a-a8a11kj --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pod-de-engineer/message

The Year Is
The Year Is 1957

The Year Is

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 54:52


The boys are back in town. Our first episode back in the studio with everybody present who should be there, Red, Bobby and Jody. We hear about Bobby going to Canada, which Red has never been to, and Jody went up the One World Trade Center, which Red would never do. More importantly we travel back to 1957, for an episode researched by Bobby Mair, a year when the Hamilton Watch Company introduces the first electronic watch in the world, suspected English serial killer, Dr John Bodkin Adams is found not guilty of murder at the Old Bailey, the Soviet Union launches Sputnik 2 with the first animal to orbit the Earth, and Dwight D Eisenhower is sworn in for a second term as the President of the United States. Also Red's friend tries to buy a pizza, and Bobby commits to getting a "The Year Is" tattoo after failing to persuade Jody to get one.It's Edinburgh Fringe Festival time.Get tickets to the first ever live shows of "The Year Is" - at the Three Sisters Pub, in Maggie's Chamber, 21st-25th August - https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/year-is-podcast-live-w-bobby-mair-and-red-richardsonGet tickets to Red's show "Shots Fired" - at the Pleasance Courtyard: Bunker One, August 3rd-28th - https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/red-richardson-shots-firedGet tickets to Bobby's show "Cockroach" - at Carnivore in Carnivore 1 - August 2nd-14th, 16th-25th - https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/bobby-mair-cockroachSign up now to our brand new Patreon for early access, bonus weekly episodes not available anywhere else, posters, cameo messages, free tickets to online shows and discounts to live shows and much more - https://www.patreon.com/theyearispodWhat obscure or significant events did we miss from the history of 1957? Let us know your favourite historical facts from that year, or if have any suggestions for other years for us to do an episode on send us an email to theyearispodcast@gmail.com Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Risk Parity Radio
Episode 194: Dunn Capital, The "Cockroach Portfolio" And Weekly/Monthly Portfolio Reviews As Of July 29, 2022

Risk Parity Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 28:32


In this episode we answer emails from Visitor #1109, Keith and Brad.  We discuss Dunn Capital and Managed Futures funds, our podcast charity -- the Father McKenna Center --, and Mutiny Fund's "Cockroach Portfolio".And THEN we our go through our weekly and monthly portfolio reviews of the seven sample portfolios you can find at Portfolios | Risk Parity Radio.Additional Links:Dunn Capital:  Home - Dunn CapitalTop Traders Unplugged Podcast:  Top Traders UnpluggedMutiny Fund's Cockroach Portfolio:  The Cockroach Portfolio - Mutiny FundSupport the show

CAMESHIAREVIEWS
Bb24 Alyssia calls Taylor a cockroach and ameerah says she is not black #bb24

CAMESHIAREVIEWS

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 30:28


#CAMESHIAIREVIEWS From Youtube live --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Bugs In The Basement
Euthyrrhapha Pacifica aka The Pacific Cockroach

Bugs In The Basement

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 74:55


Recorded live on July 21st, 2022   Two people making music on the fly… Bugs In The Basement creates improvised musical journeys from an array of vintage and handmade instruments to modern technologies. Recorded live from our basement studio in the Pacific Northwest, each week we experiment in the process of making exploratory music and soundscapes. Unmixed, unedited and unapologetic. www.bugsinthebasement.com

Anime Casuals
Week-End Talk #99- The Cockroach Was Censored!?

Anime Casuals

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 32:45


Don't forget you can check out all things casual at: https://linktr.ee/Casual_Empire Also you can email us at: animecasualsreal@gmail.com In this episode of the Week-End Talk, we discuss One Piece Episode 1024, Overlord Season 4 Episode 2, The Devil is a Part Timer! Season 2 Episode 1, and Made in Abyss Season 2 Episodes 1 and 2, sorry I said season 3! We've got more weird things censored in anime.

Full Album Fridays
Slang: "Cockroach in a Ghost Town"

Full Album Fridays

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 80:59


Janet and Drew of Portland-based indie rock band Slang share their debut album "Cockroach in a Ghost Town." They discuss the inspiration and process behind making each song on the record.

Hackaday Podcast
Ep 175: Moonrocks and Cockroach Chyme, A Raspberry Pi iPad, and a Retro-Respectful Tape Deck

Hackaday Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 49:00


Join Editor-in-Chief Elliot Williams and Assignments Editor Kristina Panos as we cuss and discuss all the gnarliest hacks from the past week. We kick off this episode with a gentle reminder that the Odd Inputs and Peculiar Peripherals Contest ends this Monday, July 4th, at 8:30 AM PDT. We've seen a ton of cool entries so far, including a new version of [Peter Lyons]' Squeezebox keyboard that we're itching to write up for the blog. In other contest news, the Round 2 winners of the Reuse, Recycle, Revamp challenge of the 2022 Hackaday Prize have been announced. Elliot is super stoked about [Jason Knight]'s open-source recycled skateboard deck-making apparatus, and Kristina wishes she had the time and money to build some of the fundamental Precious Plastic machines. Elliot managed to stump Kristina with this week's What's That Sound, though she probably should have reached further into the annals of her memory and made a semi-educated guess. From there, it's on to missing moon rocks and the word of the day before we get into a handful of contest entries, including a mechanical keyboard to end all mechanical keyboards. This really just scratches the surface of this week's show, which includes some new hardware stuffed into old, as well as modern implementations of old technology. And in case you didn't get enough of Kristina's childhood memoirs, she goes a bit deeper into the teddy bears and telephones rooms of her memory palace. Check out the links over at Hackaday.

Humans Holler At News
Callie Wright 6 I Like Sticks

Humans Holler At News

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 64:58


It's horny week for me y'all! Callie's twitter: https://twitter.com/calliegetsitQueersplaining:https://www.queersplaining.com/Opening Arguments:https://open.spotify.com/show/2fpbVK2Ry4P9qgcjOdmyvNLauren's Onlyfans:onlyfans.com/rawrgliciousLauren's Paypal:paypal.me/rawrgliciousLet's Talk About Snacks:https://open.spotify.com/show/1fVjUPlm967tApMypgyWkLBethany's Comic:https://eonscomic.kitmyth.net/Humans Holler 62Stories UsedLarryhttps://www.cnn.com/travel/article/sexy-trash-cans-malmo-sweden-rubbish-intl-scli/index.html https://kotaku.com/neon-white-steam-reviews-pc-overwhelmingly-positive-1849089380 Bethanyhttps://www.upi.com/Odd_News/2022/06/20/Corgi-Con-Ocean-Beach-San-Francisco/4941655746771/ https://www.upi.com/Odd_News/2022/06/20/1800s-themed-tourist-attraction-for-sale-Missouri/5561655753802/ Calliehttps://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/dogs-became-human-companion-due-to-gene-that-lowered-stress/https://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/dad-launches-tiny-boat-he-hopes-to-sail-1900-miles-across-the-atlantic-look/Morganhttps://apnews.com/article/oddities-politics-pennsylvania-trending-news-46ad9e75f991fb539f23fd6853aa03e5 https://apnews.com/article/politics-oddities-new-york-albany-state-courts-28995ac81160aabb0b48618a7b39ae17 https://www.timesunion.com/news/article/Ex-Senate-employee-accused-of-cockroach-spreading-17227932.php (supplemental reading)Boners boners boners boners boners boners boners boners boners boners boners boners boners

Skylight Books Author Reading Series
LIT ANGELES, Ep. 3: ”THE REVOLT OF THE COCKROACH PEOPLE” w/ Sesshu Foster & Arturo Romo

Skylight Books Author Reading Series

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 96:10


Emily and Alena take a break from the glitz of Hollywood to explore Oscar Zeta Acosta's Los Angeles in The Revolt of the Cockroach People. Acosta, a friend and contemporary of Hunter S. Thompson, takes us behind the front lines of the militant Chicano movement of the late sixties and early seventies, a movement he served both in the courtroom and on the barricades.   Emily and Alena discuss the Chicano/Anglo conflict and have an illuminating conversation with Sesshu Foster and Arturo Ernesto Romo, authors of Eladatl: A History of the East Los Angeles Dirigible Air Transport Lines, about Acosta's mysterious disappearance and lasting legacy.   _______________________________________________   Produced by Emily VanKoughnett, Alena Saunders & Michael Kowaleski. Theme: "I Love All My Friends," an unreleased demo by Fragile Gang.

WTAW - Infomaniacs
The Infomaniacs: June 29, 2022 (8:00am)

WTAW - Infomaniacs

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 40:28


If you could only have one streaming service, which one would you choose? Fly or drive? College Station Mayor Karl Mooney. Spotify is rolling out a karaoke feature. Cockroach moon dust.

Fields of Work
Ep. 59: "Dirty Cockroach Secret"

Fields of Work

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 61:54


Episode 5, take two! After a little recording mishap last week, Sam and Max are back together to chat about what's been going on the last month. Sam's popsicles have spoken and summer is officially here! Here is how it has been going: Max hurt himself and ended up at urgent care twice, dealt with some brutal weather and has been working to try and catch up at the farm; Sam got married and he also ended up at an urgent care this month (unrelated) and is only one triathlon away from finishing the trifecta.

Break Things On Purpose
Exploration and Resiliency with Mauricio Galdieri

Break Things On Purpose

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 30:42


In this episode, we cover: Mauricio talks about his background and his role at Pismo (1:14) Jason and Mauricio discuss tech and reliability with regards to financial institutions (5:59) Mauricio talks about the work he has done in Chaos Engineering with reliability (10:36) Mauricio discusses things he and his team have done to maximize success (19:44) Mauricio talks about new technologies his team has been utilizing (22:59) Links Referenced: Pismo: https://pismo.io/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/pismo/ TranscriptMauricio: That's why the name Cockroach, I guess, if there's a [laugh] a world nuclear war here, all that will survive would be cockroaches in our client's data. [laugh]. So, I guess that's the gist of it.Jason: Welcome to Break Things on Purpose, a podcast about Chaos Engineering and reliability. In this episode, we chat with Mauricio Galdieri, a staff engineer at Pismo about testing versus exploration, reliability and resiliency, and the challenges of bringing new technologies to the financial sector.Jason: Welcome to the show.Mauricio: Hey, thank you. Welcome. Thanks for having me here, Jason.Jason: Yeah. So, Mauricio, you and I have chatted before in the past. We were at Chaos Conf, and you are part of a panel. So, I'm curious, I guess to kick things off, can you tell folks a little bit more about yourself and what you do at Pismo? And then we can maybe pick up from our conversations previously?Mauricio: Okay, awesome. I work as a staff engineer here at Pismo. I work in a squad called staff engineering squad, so we're a bunch of—five squad engineers there. And we're mostly responsible for coming up with new ways of using the existing technology, new technologies for us to have, and also standardize things like how we use those technologies here? How does it fit the whole processes we have here? And how does it fit in the pipelines we have here, also?And so, we do lots of documentation, lots of POCs, and try different things, and we talk to different people from different companies and see how they're solving problems that we also have. So, this is basically our day-to-day activities here. Before that, well, I have a kind of a different story, I guess. Most people that work in this field, have a degree in something like a technical degree or something like that. But I actually graduated as an architect in urban planning, so I came from a completely different field.But I've always worked as a software developer since a long time ago, more than [laugh] willing to disclose. So, at that time when I started working with software development, I like to say that startups were called dotcoms that back then, so, [laugh] there was a lots of job opportunities back then, so I worked as a software developer at that time. And things evolved. I grew less and less as an architect and more as an engineer, so after I graduated, I started to look for a second degree, but on the more technical college, so I went to an engineering college and graduated as a system analyst.So, from then on, I've always worked as a software developer and never, never have done any house planning or house project or something like that. And I really doubt if I could do that right now [laugh] so I may be a lousy architect [in that sense 00:03:32]. But anyway, I've worked in different companies for both in private and public sectors. And I've worked with consultancy firms and so on. But just before I came to Pismo, I went working with a FinTech.So, this is where I was my first contact with the world of finance in a software context. Since then, I've digged deep into this industry, and here I am now working at Pismo, it's for almost five years now.Jason: Wow. That quite a journey. And although it's a unique journey, it's also one that I feel like a lot of folks in tech come from different backgrounds and maybe haven't gone down the traditional computer science route. With that said, you know, one of the things you mentioned FinTech. Can you give us a little bit of a description of Prismo, just so folks understand the company that you're working at now?Mauricio: Oh, yeah. Well, Pismo, it's a company that has about six years now. And we provide infrastructure for financial services. So, we're not banks ourselves, but we provide the infrastructure for banks to build their financial projects with this. So basically, what we do is we manage accounts, we manage those accounts' balances, we have connections with credit card networks, so we process—we're also a credit card processor.We issue cards, although we're not the issuer in this in the strict sense, but we issue cards here and manage all the lifecycle of those cards. And basically, that's it. But we have a very broad offering of products, from account management to accounting management, and transactions management, and spending control limits and stuff. So, we have a very broad product portfolio. But basically, what we do is provide infrastructure for financial services.Jason: That's fascinating to me. So, if I were to sum that up, would it be accurate to say that you're basically like Software as a Service for financial institutions? You do all the heavy lifting?Mauricio: Yeah, yeah. I could say that, yeah.Jason: It's interesting to me because, you know, traditionally, we always think of banks because they need to be regulated and there needs to be a whole lot more security and reliability around finances, we always think of banks as being very slow when it comes to technology. And so, I think it's interesting that, in essence, what you've said with trying the latest technology and getting to play around with new technology and how it applies, especially within your staff engineering group, it's almost the exact opposite. You're sort of this forefront, this leading edge within the world of finance and technology.Mauricio: Yeah. And that actually is, it's something that—it's the most difficult part to sell banks to sign up with us, you know? Because they have those ancient systems running on-premises and most likely running on top of COBOL programs and so on. But at the same time, it's highly, highly reliable. That they've been running those systems for, like, 40 years, even more than that, so it's a very highly reliable.And as you said, it's a very regulated industry, so it's very hard to sell them this kind of new approach to banking. And actually, we consider this as almost an innovation for them. And it's a little bit strange to talk about innovation in a sense that we're proposing other companies to run in the cloud. This doesn't sound innovating at all nowadays. So, every company runs their systems in the cloud nowadays, so it's difficult to [laugh] realize that this is actually innovation in the banking system because they're not used to running those things.And as you said, they're slow in adopting new technologies because of security concerns, and so on. So, we're trying to bring these new things to the table and prove them. And we had to prove banks and other financial institutions that it is possible to run a banking system a hundred percent in the cloud while maintaining security standards and security compliances and governance compliance and all that stuff. It's very hard to do so and we have a very stringent process to evaluate and assess new technologies because we have to make sure it complies with those standards and all those certifications that we need to have in order to operate in this industry. So, it's very hard, but it doesn't—at that same time, we have lots of new technologies and different ways we can provide the same services to those banks.And then I think the most difficult part in this is to map what traditional banks were doing into this new way of doing things in the cloud. So, this mapping, it's sometimes it gets a little confusing and we have to be very patient and very clear with our clients what they should expect from us and how we will provide the same services they already have now, but using different technologies and different ways. For instance, they are used to these communications with different services, they're used to things like webhooks. But webhooks are not reliable; they can fail and if they fail, you lose that connection, you lose connectivity, and you may lose data and you may have things out of sync using webhooks. So, now we have things like event streaming, or queues and other stuff that you can use to [replay 00:09:47] things and not lose any data.But at the same time, you have to process this, and then offline in an asynchronous manner. So, you have to map those synchronous things that they did before to this asynchronous world and this world where things are—we have an eventual consistency. But it's very difficult but it's also at the same time, it's a very fascinating industry.Jason: Yeah, that is fascinating. But I do love how you mentioned taking the idea of the new technology and what it does, and really trying to map that back to previously—you know, those previous practices that they had. And so, along with that, for folks who are listening again, Mauricio and I had a chat during Chaos Conf a while back, and he was sharing some of the practices that Pisma has done for Chaos Engineering. And I always liken that back to, you know, Chaos Engineering really is very similar to traditional disaster recovery testing, in many ways, other than oftentimes, your disaster recovery would never actually, you know, take things down. Mauricio, I'm curious, can you share a little bit more about what you've been doing with Chaos Engineering and in general, with reliability. Are there any new programs or processes that you've worked on within Prismo around Chaos Engineering and reliability?Mauricio: Well, I think that the first thing to realize, and I think this is the most important point that you need to have very clear in your mind when we're talking about Chaos Engineering is that we're not testing something when we're doing Chaos Engineering; we're experimenting with something. And there's a subtle but very important distinction between those two concepts. When you test for something, you're testing for something that you knew what will happen; you have an idea of how it should behave. You're asserting a certain behavior. You know how the system must behave and you assert that, and it makes sure the system doesn't deviate on that by having an automated test, for instance, a unit or integrated test, or even functional tests and such.But Chaos Engineering is more about experimenting. So, it's designed for the unknowns. You don't know what will happen. You're basically experimenting. It's like a lab, you're working in a laboratory, you're trying different stuff and see what happens, you have an idea of what should happen and we call this a hypothesis, but you're not sure if that is how we will behave.And actually, it doesn't matter if it complies with your expectations. Even if it doesn't behave the way you expect it to behave or the way you want it to behave, you're still gaining knowledge about your system. So, it's much more about experimenting new things instead of actually testing for some something that you know about. And our journey here into Chaos Engineering at Pismo, it all began about a year-and-a-half ago when we got a very huge outage on one of our major cloud providers here. And we went down with them; they were out for about almost an hour.But not only we were affected by it, but other digital banks here in Brazil, but also many other services like Slack, Datadog, other observability tools that were running at that time, using that cloud provider went down, together with them. So, it was a major, major outage here. And then we were actually caught off guard on this because we have lots of different ways to make sure the system doesn't go down if something bad happens. But that was so bad that we went down and we couldn't do anything. We were desperate because we couldn't do anything. And also we can even communicate properly because we use Slack as our communication hub, so Slack was down at that time, also, so we cannot communicate properly with our official channels.Also, Datadog that we were using at a time also went down and we couldn't even see what was happening in the system because we didn't have any observability running at the time. So, that was a major, major outage we had there. So, we started thinking about ways we could experiment with those major outages and see how we could find ways of still operating at least partially and not go down entirely or at least have ways to see what was happening even in the face of a major disaster. And those traditional disaster recovery measures that were valid at the time, even those couldn't cope with the kind of outages we were facing at that time. So, we were trying to look for different ways that we can improve the reliability of our services as a whole.So, I guess that's when we started looking into Chaos Engineering and started looking for different tools to make that work, and different partnerships we could find, and even different ways we could experiment this with our existing technology and platform.Jason: I really love how you characterized that difference between testing and Chaos Engineering. And I think the idea of being more experimental puts you into a mindset of having this concept of, you know, kind of blamelessness, right, around failure. The idea that, like, failure is going to happen and we want to be open to seeing that and to learning from it. More so than a test, right? When we test things, then there's the notion of a pass-fail and fails are bad, whereas with an experiment, that learning is, if it didn't happen the way you expect, there's learning around that and that's a good thing rather than a bad thing, such as failing a test.Mauricio: Yeah, and that works in a higher framework, I guess, which is resilience itself. So, I guess, chaos experiment, chaos engineering, and all that stuff, it's an important part of a bigger whole that we call resilience. And I guess a key to understand resilience is that this point exactly, the systems never work in unexpected ways. They always behave the way it is expected to behave. They're deterministic in nature. So, we're talking about machines here, computers. We told them what we want them to do.And even if we have complexity and randomness involved, say if a network connection goes down, it still will behave the way we programmed them to behave. So, every failure should be expected. What we have here is that sometimes they behave in ways we don't want them to behave. And sometimes they behave in ways we want them to behave. So, it's more of a matter of desire, you know? You want something, you want the system to behave a certain way.So, in that sense, success should be measured as a performance variability, you know? So, sometimes it will work the way you want and sometimes it will work your way in ways that you don't want it to behave. And I guess, realizing that, it's key also to understand another point that is, in that sense, success is the flip side of failure. So, either it works the way you want it or it works the way you don't want it. And what we can do to move the scale towards a more successful operation, the ways you can do this, you must first realize also that—let's go back a little bit then say, if you have a failure and you look at why it happened, almost never it is the result of one single thing.Sometimes it is, but this is very rare. Most of the failures and even mainly when we're talking about major failures, they're most likely the result of a context of things that happened that led to this failure. And you can see that the same thing, it's valid for successes. When you have a success at one point, it's almost never the result of one thing that you did that led to a successful scenario. Most of the time is a context of different things you did that maximizes your chances of success.So, to turn this scale towards success, you should create an environment of several things, of a context of things. And this could be tooling, this could be your organizational culture and stuff, all of those things that you do in your company to maximize their chances of success. It's not, you cannot plan for success in the sense because planning is one thing you can do, and planning doesn't involve strategy, for instance. Because planning should be done thinking about things you can do, tasks you can perform, while strategy, you should be turning tables to [laugh] think in terms of strategy. So, you have to put all of this in the same way in a table and try to organize your company and your culture, your tools and your technology in ways you maximize your chances of success and minimize your chances of failures.Jason: That's such an interesting insight. So, I'm curious, can you dive into some of the things that you and your team have done to maximize your chances of success?Mauricio: Okay. When we started working with Chaos Engineering, it was in this sense of trying to do one more thing to maximize our chances of success. And we partnered up with Gremlin and we saw that working with Chaos Engineering, using Gremlin mainly, it's so easy—that is, it's also easy to lose track of what you're doing. It's easy for you to go just for the fun of it and break things down and have fun with it and stuff. So, we had to come up with a way to bring structure to this process.And by doing so, we should also not be too bureaucratic in the sense of creating a set of steps you should take in order to run a chaos session. So, one way we thought about was to come up with a document. That is the bureaucratic part, so this was a step you should take in order to plan for your chaos session, but there is one part of it—and I think it's one of the most important parts of this chaos session planning—is that you should describe what you're going to test, but more importantly, why you're going to test this. And this is one of the most important questions because this is a fundamental question: why you're doing this kind of experiment. And to answer that, you have to think about all the things in context.What are the technologies you're using? Why it fails in the first place? Do the fails that I expect to see are actually fails or is it just different ways of behaving? And sometimes we consider failure in a business rule that was not complied, that was not met. So, this is an opportunity to think about, are those business rules correct? Should we make it more flexible? Should we change those business logic?So, when you start asking why you're doing something, you're asking fundamental questions, and I think that puts you in context. And this is one of the major starting points to maximize our chances of success because it makes every engineer involved in running a chaos session, think about their role in the whole process and the role of their services in the whole company. So, I think this is one powerful question to ask before starting any chaos session, and I think this contributes a lot to a successful outcome.Jason: Yeah, I think that's a really great perspective on how to approach Chaos Engineering. Beyond the Chaos Engineering, you mentioned that the staff engineering group that you're part of that Prismo is really responsible for seeing new technologies and new trends and really trying to bring those in and see how they can be used and applied within the financial services sector. Are there any new technologies that you've used recently or that you're looking at right now that has really been fruitful or really applied to finding more success as you've mentioned?Mauricio: Yeah, there are some things we're researching. One of those already went past research and we're already using it in production, which is data—cloud-based, multi-region databases and multi-cloud—also—databases. And we're working with CockroachDB as one of our new database technologies we use. And it's a database built from the ground up to be ultra resilient. And that's why the name Cockroach, I guess, if there's a [laugh] a world nuclear war here, all that will survive would be cockroaches in our client's data. [laugh]. So, I guess that's the gist of it.And we have to think about that in different ways of how we approach this because we're talking about multi-cloud data stores and multi-region and how we deal with data in different regions. And should we replicate all the data between regions and how we do partition data. So, we have to think in different ways, how we approach data modeling with those new cloud-based and multi-region and globally distributed databases. Another one that we're—this is more like of a research, is having a sharded processing. And that is, how we can deal with, how we group different parts of the data to be processed separately but using the same logic.And this is a way to scale processing in ways that horizontal scaling in a more traditional way doesn't solve in some instances. Like, when we have—for instance, let me describe one scenario that we have that we're exploring things along those lines. We have a system here called ‘The Ledger,' which keeps track of all of the accounts' balances. And for this system, if we have multiple requests or lots of requests for different accounts, there's no problem because we're updating balances for different accounts, and that works fine. And we can deal with lots and lots of requests. We have a very good performance on that.But when we have lots of requests coming in from one particular accounts, and they're all grouped for this particular account, then we cannot—there's no way around locking at some place. So, you have to lock it either at the database level, or at a distributed locking mechanism level, or at the business logic layer. At some point, you have to lock the access to this account balance. So, this degrades performance because you have to wait for this processing to finish and start another. And how can we deal with that without using locks?And this was the challenge we put that to ourselves. And we're exploring different ways, lots of different ways, and different approaches to that. And we have lots of restrictions on that because this system has to respond quickly, has to respond online, and cannot be in an asynchronous process; it has to be synchronous. So, we have very little space for double-checking it and stuff. So, we're exploring a sharded processing for this one in which we can have a small subset of accounts being routed to one specific consumer to process this transaction, and by doing so, we may have things like a queue of order transactions so we can give up locking at the database and maybe improve on performance. But we're still on the POC on that, so let's see what we come up with [laugh] in the next few months.Jason: I think that's really fascinating. Both from a, you know, having been there, having worked on systems where, you know, very transaction-driven, and having locks be an issue. And so, you know, back in my day of doing this, you know, was traditionally MySQL or Postgres, trying to figure out, like, how do you structure the database. So, I think it's interesting that you're sort of tackling this in two ways, right? You've got CockroachDB, which is more oriented towards reliability, but a lot of the things that you're doing there around, you know, sharding and multi-cloud also have effects for this new work that you're doing on how do you eliminate that locking and try to do sharded processes as well. So, that's all super fascinating to me.Mauricio: Exactly. Yeah, yeah. This is one of the things that makes you do better the end of the day, you know? [laugh].Jason: Yeah, definitely. As an engineer, you know, if anybody's listening and you're thinking of, “Wow, this all sounds fascinating and really cool stuff,” right, “Really cool technologies to be working with and really interesting challenges to solve,” I know, Mauricio, you said that Pismo is hiring. Do you want to share a little bit more about ways that folks can engage with you? Or maybe even join your team?Mauricio: Yeah, sure. We're hiring; we have lots of jobs open for application. You can go to pismo.io and we have a section for that. And also, you can find us on LinkedIn; just search for Pismo and then find us there.And I think if you're an engineer and looking for some cool challenges on that, be sure to check our open positions because we do have lots and lots of cool stuff going on here. And since we're growing global, you have a chance to work from wherever you are. And this also imposes some major challenges for [laugh] for new technologies and making our products, our existing products, work in a globally distributed banking system. So, be sure to check out our channels there.Jason: Fantastic. Before we wrap up, is there anything else that you'd like to promote or share?Mauricio: Oh no, I think those are the main channels. You can find us: LinkedIn and our own website, pismo.io. Also, you can find us in some GopherCon conferences, KubeCon, and other—Money20/20; we're attending all of those conferences, be it in the software industry or in the financial industry. You can find this there with a booth there or just visiting or participating in some conferences and so on. So, be sure to check that out there also. I guess that's it.Jason: Very cool well thanks, Mauricio for joining us. It's been a pleasure to chat with you again.Mauricio: Thank you, Jason. And thanks for having me here.Jason: For links to all the information mentioned, visit our website at gremlin.com/podcast. If you liked this episode, subscribe to the Break Things on Purpose podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or your favorite podcast platform. Our theme song is called “Battle of Pogs” by Komiku, and it's available on loyaltyfreakmusic.com.

Resolve's Gestalt University
ReSolve Riffs with Mutineer Jason Buck on All Weather and Cockroach Portfolios for the Long Run

Resolve's Gestalt University

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 117:56


This week we welcomed back our good friend Jason Buck (founder and CIO of Mutiny Fund) for the final episode before the summer break. Our conversation included: Recent price action in the commodity space The incredible confidence of the ‘buy the dip' equity investors An end to the “bad news is good news” regime The mental pivot required to successfully navigate regime shift Why prolonged bear markets have become a foreign idea to most investors The kind of environment in which the difference between nominal and real returns matters most Human's constant pursuit of historical analogues The Farmer's Fable, macro efficiency and a mentality of abundance The opportunities created by the blind-spots in traditional portfolios and the allure of an ‘esoteric fringe' A harmonious core and a zero-sum explorer Observing the ongoing evolution of the zeitgeist Evidence-based zealotry Two types of scientific theories – those that have been disproven, and those that one day will be An eternal struggle between the brain's hemispheres – falsifiable simplicity vs intellectual rabbit-holes And much more This is “ReSolve's Riffs” – live on YouTube every Friday afternoon to debate the most relevant investment topics of the day, hosted by Adam Butler, Mike Philbrick and Rodrigo Gordillo of ReSolve Global* and Richard Laterman of ReSolve Asset Management Inc.   *ReSolve Global Inc. refers to ReSolve Asset Management SEZC (Cayman) which is registered with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission as a commodity trading advisor and commodity pool operator. This registration is administered through the National Futures Association (“NFA”). Further, ReSolve Global Inc. is a registered person with the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority.

For the Record With GG and Adam
For the Record #171: Slang's "Cockroach in a Ghost Town"

For the Record With GG and Adam

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 30:00


Portland supergroup Slang's debut album is diverse, tightly-performed, and creatively-produced, and both deeply weird and unexpectedly catchy. We discuss “Cockroach in a Ghost Town” on episode #171 of "For the Record."

NPR's Book of the Day
Tap dancing Twizzlers, cockroach warriors, and fairy tales! Oh my!

NPR's Book of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 16:46 Very Popular


Two collections of short stories, both alike in playfulness in our fair podcast. The first is with Gwen Kirby whose debut collection of short stories is called, hilariously, Shit Cassandra Saw. It ranges from radioactive cockroaches to tapdancing Twizzlers. Kirby told NPR's Mary Louise Kelly that writing this book was a cathartic experience. The second interview is with Helen Oyeyemi about her collection of short stories, What Is Not Yours Is Not Yours. The stories are fairy tales, though not traditional ones. Oyeyemi told NPR's Steve Inskeep that she likes fairy tales because they endure.

The RichyRich and Westopher Show

First Time Sex Stories, awesome to awkward!  TOPICS:  Cockroach riding a goldfish viral video. Plants farm us. vSquid Game reality show. Brat Pitt is a corpse for GQ. The Wendy Williams show went out with a whimper. First Kill review. Normani career advice. Justin Timberlake proves white people can't dance. Kate Bush wrote, produced and owns all the rights to Running Up That Hill.  | GET EXCLUSIVE CONTENT, MERCH AND FIRST ACCESS TO VIDEO PODCASTS AT Patreon/RichyAndWes   ^^^   Connect with us everywhere: @RichyAndWes *** Product Codes:  Perfect Jean - Use code WES15 to get 15-percent off | Skin Slipper - Use Code RichyAndWes to get a dollar off and free shipping | boiPKG - Use code RICHWEST35 for 35 percent off  | PookiePots - Use code RICHYANDWES for 15 percent off | *special thanks to @hyrulecommander

The MoneyWeek Podcast
Dylan Grice: financial privacy, the stupidity of central bankers and the “cockroach portfolio”

The MoneyWeek Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 34:58


Merryn talks to Dylan Grice of Calderwood Capital about how central bankers are the problem, not the solution; how bitcoin can counter the increasing “weaponisation of money”; and why, if you want to preserve your capital, you should copy the cockroach.

The Wake Up Call
Gavin's Phone Scam: Giant Cockroach

The Wake Up Call

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 4:26


The Taylor & Jen Podcast
Charlton Heston's like “Whaaaaat?”

The Taylor & Jen Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 26:39


Worst dad jokes / Cockroach roommates / The best thing that went wrong

LiveLifeComplex
THE UNLUCKIEST CAREER EVER, FOOD THAT KILLS YOU & A WORLD FUELED BY FEAR | THA NightAudit ep.06

LiveLifeComplex

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 117:08


From being fired for helping a team reach promotion to being benched all season after being promised game time, this might be THE UNLUCKIEST FOOTBALL CAREER stories I've ever heard in my life. Welcome Danny DeBorg to THA NightAudit and strap in as we go deep on ALL the crazy stories, conspiracies and SO MUCH MORE! Welcome to THA NightAudit! Your host is vegan athlete, content creator and holistic health advocate Diego Tonatiuh (The Holistic Athlete) who for years has been sharing a behind-the-scenes look of his life on social media pursuing a career as a professional footballer. This show is brought to you with the intention of providing valuable & thoughtful content in an entertaining & raw format. This is that late night conversation with close friends talking about everything and anything from conspiracies, spirituality and the world we live in to banter, rants and awkwardly personal conversations. Check out Danny's Podcast "The UNprofessional Footballer" Spotify | YouTube | IG (Short Film I showed Danny) IN SHADOW == We will be choosing 3 questions every episode to answered by both Diego and the guest! Email your questions to diegotheholisticathlete@gmail.com with the subject header 'THA Night Audit Q&A' == PATREON Unlock an archive of exclusive content, THA Inner Circle Discord, direct access to Diego and much more when you become a Patron of the Podcast! == CONVERSATION TOPICS (0:00) THA NightAudit Intro (0:48) Why listening to Podcasts changed our lives (7:31) The UNprofessional Footballer (Danny's Podcast) (12:28) Fired from a club in Malta (16:53) How to increase your confidence (19:51) The worst season ever. (29:03) The odds of this happening are CRAZY... (30:42) Maltese footy politics and Danny being blacklisted (36:46) Challenges that footballers face and slavery (40:02) The realities of producing a podcast (42:33) Cockroach infestations and going broke (51:22) EXCLUSIVE CONTENT (52:46) Should you be in a relationship as an aspiring pro footballer? (1:00:52) The WORST player he's ever played with (1:04:25) They are slowly killing us (1:10:35) STOP viewing food like this (1:17:58) I'm banned while Danny is crushing it (Malta) (1:22:37) Break more rules and don't go to school (1:26:35) C*vid, propaganda and sh*t that doesn't make sense (1:32:55) They feed off your fear, modern slavery and Kanye (1:41:03) Childlike creativity and my favorite piece of content ever (1:46:34) Religion, spirituality and abusing Catholicism (1:52:10) The RAREST football boots ever (Behind THA Scenes) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thanightaudit/message

The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast
PEL Presents NEM#174: Drew Grow's Subconscious is the Through Line

The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 61:13


Portland's Drew Grow has put out around 10 albums since the 90s, gradually developing his jagged, visceral style through several projects. We discuss the title track from Cockroach in a Ghost Town, the debut album from his new band Slang with Janet Wiess, then "Abandon" from the eponymous album by Modern Kin (2014), and "Spider" from his debut solo album Next Lips (2007). End song: "King Gunn" also from the new Slang album. Intro: "Lights" by Careen from Crash Couture (2005). Hear more Nakedly Examined Music. Like our Facebook page. Support us on Patreon. Sponsors: Upgrade your showering at nebia.com/nem (code NEM). Get 15% off at at MasterClass.com/examined.

THE EAGLE: A Times Union Podcast
Cockroaches Get Their Day in Court

THE EAGLE: A Times Union Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 28:16


Activists released hundreds of cockroaches in an Albany courtroom this week, causing a scene that shuttered proceedings and went viral.  That is one of the more unique headlines we've seen in the newsroom and we'll discuss it on this episode of "The Eagle." We'll also hear from Capital Pride Center leader Nathaniel Gray as Pride celebrations commence across the region, and we'll learn about how a local cricket league is trying to grow the sport.

Nakedly Examined Music Podcast
NEM#174: Drew Grow's Subconscious is the Through Line

Nakedly Examined Music Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 61:13


Portland's Drew Grow has put out around 10 albums since the 90s, gradually developing his jagged, visceral style through several projects. We discuss the title track from Cockroach in a Ghost Town, the debut album from his new band Slang with Janet Wiess, then "Abandon" from the eponymous album by Modern Kin (2014), and "Spider" from his debut solo album Next Lips (2007). End song: "King Gunn" also from the new Slang album. Intro: "Lights" by Careen from Crash Couture (2005). Hear more Nakedly Examined Music. Like our Facebook page. Support us on Patreon. Sponsors: Upgrade your showering at nebia.com/nem (code NEM). Get 15% off at at MasterClass.com/examined.

The 2 Greatest
815. Lessons From A Cockroach!

The 2 Greatest

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 5:00


We can find truths about ourselves, others and God everywhere.  We see them in people, in creation, in circumstance...even in a cockroach!

WTAW - Infomaniacs
The Infomaniacs: June 3, 2022 (6:00am)

WTAW - Infomaniacs

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 38:01


Cockroach moon dust. National holidays and celebrity birthdays over the weekend. Discussions about gun legislation. School safety. This day in history. Plus local news and sports.

Pajama Pants
The Sopranos Ghost & Jamie's Cockroach Parenting

Pajama Pants

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 60:51


Thanks to our sponsors! http://www.HELLOTUSHY.com/PAJAMA + code: SIXNINE // http://www.ZocDoc.com/PAJAMA Email your questions to: askpajamapants@gmail.com or call and leave us a voice mail at: 201.972.5262 Follow us! Robert Iler: https://www.instagram.com/pajamapantspodcast Kassem Gharaibeh: https://www.instagram.com/gmessak Jamie-Lynn Sigler : https://www.instagram.com/jamielynnsigler

You, Me and An Album
71. Anita Lee Elliott Discusses Ace Frehley, self-titled

You, Me and An Album

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 59:38


Days before the release of Slang's debut album, Cockroach in a Ghost Town, guitarist Anita Lee Elliott dropped by to talk about Ace Frehley's self-titled solo album. Anita discussed how she first learned about this album, why she loves it and how she imagines it was received by Ace's Kiss bandmates. She also talked about how she joined Slang and what some of her favorite tracks are from the band's new album.Slang's Cockroach in a Ghost Town is out! Stream/buy it here: https://theeslang.bandcamp.com/releasesAl highly recommends the video for Viva Voce's "Alive with Pleasure," as he and Anita discussed on this episode. Watch it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U_X7m7xFVJwAs discussed on the show, Anita Lee and The Handsome Three have a Facebook page. Check it out...https://www.facebook.com/anitaleeandhandsome3/You can follow Slang on Twitter at @realslang and on Instagram at @theeslang.Al is on Twitter at @almelchiorBB, and this show has accounts on Twitter and Instagram at @youmealbum. Be sure to follow @youmealbum to find out in advance about upcoming guests and featured albums for this podcast.Al has recently launched You, Me and An Album: The Newsletter. You can subscribe for free to get Al's monthly posts, but paid subscriptions give you access to weekly posts and much more. Please consider trying a paid subscription as it also helps to support this podcast! https://youmealbum.substack.com/1:07 Anita joins the show1:44 Anita explains how she wound up getting Ace Frehley's debut album4:38 Anita discusses the extent of her Kiss fandom6:47 This album fit right in with other popular rock music of its time9:48 Anita is a music-first, lyrics-second type of music listener11:48 Anita's parents helped her forge a strong connection with albums15:20 Growing up near Muscle Shoals influenced Anita's love of electric guitarDiscussion of specific tracks17:35 Speedin' Back to My Baby20:10 I'm in Need of Love/Ozone24:55 New York Groove29:29 Anita likes how Ace proved his doubters wrong32:24 Rip It Out35:01 Wiped-Out37:16 Fractured Mirror39:11 What's on Your Mind?39:57 This album has been a part of Anita's life since childhood40:49 Al asks Anita about a video she made when she was in Viva Voce44:42 Anita talks about joining Slang46:46 Anita discussed the recording process for Cockroach in a Ghost Town48:44 Anita reveals Slang's tour plans51:11 Anita identifies some of her favorite moments from Cockroach in a Ghost Town55:28 Anita talks about her other band, Anita Lee and The Handsome Three

The Comedian's Comedian Podcast
403 - Bobby Mair

The Comedian's Comedian Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 75:50


With his dishevelled appearance and wild energy, you might not be surprised to learn that the wonderfully funny Bobby Mair has had “more therapists than girlfriends”. We talk about his Canadian comedy work ethic, the trick of making the audience your friend, and find out why bad gigs in the UK are still good.We delve into his origins, starting comedy coincidentally during a traumatic and grief-stricken phase in his life; find out what a relief it was after 16 years to write an observational joke that didn't derive from trauma; and discover why comedy didn't save Bobby's life.20 mins of extra content available exclusively to members of the Insiders Club includes Bobby on the “Killer Camp” reality show he hosted; some exploration of his mental robustness; and how he went viral as the worst comic in the world…Go to www.comedianscomedian.com/insiders for ad-free episodes, extra content from every show that has it, and much more - including the exclusive Insiders Q&As with Nish Kumar, Alfie Brown, James Acaster and Fern Brady, plus the incredible “self-help for comedians” special with Amanda Donnet.Catch up with Bobby:Bobby and Red Richardson's podcast is “The Year Is”, discover it at linktre.ee/theyearispodBobby's“Cockroach” tour continues in Southend, Cardiff, Norwich and concludes in London - get tickets at www.bobbymair.netIG: @bobbymaircomedianTW: @bobbymairEverything Stu's up to:This podcast is @ComComPod on TwitterStu recently went viral on Instagram so changed the official podcast account into @StuartGoldsmithComedyAnd he goes by that name on noted spyware site Tiktok, should you dare…www.comedianscomedian.comFind out everything Stu's up to at www.stuartgoldsmith.comStu offers remote and in-person talks to business, distilling insights from over 400 comics on cultivating resilience and the ability to bounce back, to all levels from C-suite to team members.“There's perfect and there's perfect; and that was perfect.” -- David Cooper, Chief People Officer Circle Health Group See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Anime Safe Space
#77- Our Podcast was Hijacked ft. Exodus505 and a Cockroach

Anime Safe Space

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 100:30


In typical ASS fashion this episode derailed pretty quickly as we had on a drunk Exodus as well as a surprise visit from a cockroach in Jake's room, you dont wanna miss this!Check out our Patreon for bonus episodes! https://www.patreon.com/asscastWe launched a Kofi! Check it out here: https://ko-fi.com/asscastOur Discord Server: https://discord.gg/8zZJtvPe26------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0BjJUrROeJxDwuQ3VJKkjD?si=8ipMY2vgS4Gnwi00CVmhPQApple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/anime-safe-space/id1531039720Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9tZWRpYS5yc3MuY29tL2FuaW1lc2FmZXNwYWNlL2ZlZWQueG1s?sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwihyeWyqMLsAhXTbs0KHT2FBQoQ9sEGegQIARACOur YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbecUsgjdd-vHGBtWD-6OewFollow us on Twitter @animesafespaceIntro by @minmodulation

Union and Metro podcast
bonus song for season 2.Episode 17 cockroach! live .

Union and Metro podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 2:03


this is as raw as it gets . this is jerm, Monica, Colin and Jay performing 'Oh My Gawd" .

In Depth
Building a highly-technical enterprise product? Essential advice for product leaders — Nate Stewart of Cockroach Labs

In Depth

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 58:08


Today's episode is with Nate Stewart, CPO of Cockroach Labs, the creator of database product CockroachDB. In today's conversation, we cover his essential advice for building a highly-technical product. He sketches out how the Cockroach team decided on the specific use case for its database product. Nate explains the steps the team took to reach conviction on their go-forward plan — which meant saying no to a lot of customers who didn't align with the product roadmap. Nate dives into the tactical ways to avoid taking on too many customer commitments, which he calls tech debt for product teams. Next, Nate dives into his advice for approaching design partnerships, especially when handling more conservative enterprise clients. He explains the different types of design partners, and why you should have all of those represented in the early days of your startup. Finally, we wrap up with his advice for other product leaders, including how to create a rock-solid partnership with a CEO as the first head of product, and how he solicits honest feedback across the executive team. You can follow Nate on Twitter at @Nate_Stewart You can email us questions directly at review@firstround.com or follow us on Twitter @ twitter.com/firstround and twitter.com/brettberson

The Chet Buchanan Show
Maddie found a cockroach in her apartment!

The Chet Buchanan Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 3:32


Maddie doesn't realize that when the weather changes here in Vegas, that little "friends" will start to visit your home. Does she have to move?

Tony & Dwight
Wednesday's Hero & Robin Trower. Kyrie's Cockroach Critics. Battery Bodies & The $1 Prison.

Tony & Dwight

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 29:42


Pod Yourself A Gun - A Sopranos Podcast
6b07: The Second Coming, with Francesca Fiorentini

Pod Yourself A Gun - A Sopranos Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 105:36


Depression is “Break Stuff” Pointed Inward The world's only socialist wife-guy Sopranos podcast welcomes the return of podcaster, comedian, journalist, and #1 Matt Lieb tolerater Francesca Fiorentini to talk to Matt & Vince about season 6b episode 7, “The Second Coming.” AJ's back in school, but as Fran points out, he doesn't need a political science degree, he needs to smoke a little weed. The only thing liberal arts education can do for AJ is make him depressed. And boy is he depressed. He's so depressed that not even Chamillionaire's Ridin Dirty can convince him that life is worth living. He knows that The US sees the Middle East rolling, and they're hating enough to bomb Iran. How can he live in a world that is so dicked up? Despite Carmela's attempts to cheer him up with Lincoln logs (which some internet research revealed to be  a hot dog split open and slathered with cream cheese, similar to a Seattle-style street dog), AJ's “Rude Goldberg suicide machine” is, of course, constructed incompetently enough to avoid a second episode in a row with a major character death. This is why AJ could never be a mob guy. How can he be expected to wack someone when he couldn't even take out his own depressed self? Tell us your favorite British word for penis in a five-star review on Apple Podcasts. Subscribe to Pod Yourself A Gun on Apple Podcasts. Email us at frotcast@gmail.com; leave us a voicemail at 415-275-0030 Support the Pod: become a patron at patreon.com/Frotcast and get more bonus content than you could ever want, AND if you sign up for the Pod Yourself a Shoutout tier, Vince will give you a mob name on the show. Like last week's newest members: Air Weinstein, The Count, & The Cockroach. -Description by Brent Flyberg.

Datascape Podcast
Episode 61 - Cockroach Db And Distributed Databases With Daniel Holt

Datascape Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 41:06


In this episode, Warner is joined by Daniel Holt, VP of Solutions Engineering at Cockroach Labs to discuss distributed databases, RDBMS vs NoSQL vs NewSQL and most importantly, all about Cockroach Db!

Human Pleasure radio
Episode 35: Human Pleasure radio 9th May 2022

Human Pleasure radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 119:59


This week's edition Death Bells - Lifespring  [Between Here & Everywhere LP] Holy Coves - Desert Storm  [Desert Storm single] Moreish Idols - Speedboat  [Speedboat single] The Bug Club - Lay Down Your Roses  [Two Beauties single] Live, Do Nothing - Oso Jugoso  [Oso Jugoso single] Krush Puppies - Slay The Dragon  [Love Kills The Demons EP] Slow Dawn - See Through  [Into The Machine Haus LP] Courting - Tennis  [Tennis single] Flechettes - Carry Your Matches  [Carry Your Matches EP] Launder - Unwound  [Happening LP] Euroboy + Alicia Breton Ferrer - Reading Glasses  [single] New Age Healers - Don't Let Me Go  [Don't Let Me Go single] Langkamer - Soul Bucket  [Soul Bucket single] First Class And Coach - Neon Hip  [Neon Hip single] Prolapse - Deanshanger (Peel session)  [John Peel session 08.04.97 EP] Slang - Hit The City  [Cockroach in a Ghost Town LP] All Structures Align - Structures Of Wood  [Details And Drawings LP] Church Candy - Dark Room  [Church Candy EP] Haress - White Over  [Ghosts LP] Salem Trials - Vegaville  [Vegaland LP] Resplandor - Tristeza  [Tristeza LP] The Todds - Freedom is Slavery  [Orwellian LP] Loose Fit - Potential Things  [Social Graces LP] Local Tourist - Alive  [Other Ways of Living LP] Lawn - Down  [Bigger Sprout LP] Golden Apples - Secret Life  [Golden Apples LP] The Stroppies - The Bell  [Levity LP] DARLING. - Isolating  [Illusions / Isolating single] High Vis - Talk For Hours  [Talk For Hours single] Flaming Top Hat - Dermatology Lawsuit  [Melodicized!EP] Self Help - get evil  [get evil single] Naked Lungs - Why Do People Change?  [Why Do People Change? single] More info at humanpleasure.co.nz

Red Hat X Podcast Series
The Evolution of Serverless Databases

Red Hat X Podcast Series

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 32:52


In this conversation, Jim Walker (@jaymce, Principal Product Evangelist at Cockroach Labs) discusses how serverless has moved from compute to backing data services, and focuses on improving application developer productivity. Plus, we address why developers love consuming a serverless SQL database, how CockroachDB thinks about serverless, and what the future of application development is going to look like with a serverless SQL database.

Union and Metro podcast
Union and Metro Podcast - Monica & Colin : Dodgeball , Cockroach!, Pentagrams and Daises

Union and Metro podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 91:34


Jer and Jerm chat with Monica Sierras & Colin Smith about the origins of Dodgeball , Cockroach! and their current project Pentagrams and Daises . Colin talks about recording with Frank Melendez from Sprung Monkey that turned into a couple 7inch records as well as the idea of a secret song on a local CD  called Lump Of Coal . Bands on the CD were :Spazboy, Swindle, Dodgeball , carter Peace Mission, Everready , Jon Cougar Concentration Camp, Third Rale and the Neighbors ,. with and all star jam for the 12 days of christmas  We chat about the handmade merch and Colin's artistic outlet while working at Tower records . Touring struggles and band members over the years with Dodgeball . Colin and Monica eventually getting married . We play some music and dive into the origins and concept behind cockroach! , Monica shares crazy stories of their singer  Mike and his antics on stage like shaving his eye brows  as well as Mike losing his glasses in the pit while Green Day was playing and being called up on stage to sing a song with Billy Joe . Serg from System of a Down liking the name Pentagrams and Daises and hence they kept the name . I mention my heavy drinking by throwing blame to being "sponsored" by Bud Light and eventually Coors .(long running joke . Great stories and a fun time reuniting with former bandmates ! My ring alarm goes off randomly during the interview !  

The Deimos Paradox
Wallflower Ep. 8: Witness

The Deimos Paradox

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 89:55


Debris rains down upon Hercynia's surface. To learn the secrets and motives of a god, the crew must go deep below Hivehome. Our time on Hercynia comes to an end. Stay tuned for the final arc! The Deimos Paradox: Eden premieres May 12th! This arc stars @ReedPlays as the GM, @CatlingGun as Windy, Kathleen of @PeachGardenGames as Valise, @akinomiiart as Sovereign, August as Cockroach, and Zwei as Taipan. Editing by the amazing @ianmauldin of @shrimpandcrits. "Deimos Theme" by @am_ridz_music, "Wallflower Theme" and other music by @ianmauldin. Wallflower is an adaptation of the lore and select events and characters from Massif Press's "No Room for a Wallflower" supplemental Lancer RPG campaign. We are not affiliated with Massif Press as this is a third-party work. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Brain Junk
207: Cockroach Personalities

Brain Junk

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 9:04


Anything that scatters when you turn on the light…does it have a personality? Is the cockroach urge to run an indicator of a bold or timid world view? So many questions. Of course Amy found us some answers. Cockroaches with their little monitors. image from Reuters and Science Alert

Bedtime Stories with R.A. Spratt
The Cockroach Races - Chapter 23 - The Peski Kids

Bedtime Stories with R.A. Spratt

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 17, 2022 9:25


The Peski Kids arrive at the Cockroach Races, some of them disguised as cockroaches.Support the show http://www.buymeacoffee/storiesrasprattSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/storiesraspratt)

National Day Calendar
April 16, 2022 - National Poetry Month | National Eggs Benedict Day

National Day Calendar

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2022 3:30


Welcome to April 16, 2022 on the National Day Calendar. Today we celebrate unlikely poets and eggstraordinary breakfast.  There have been many strange and eccentric poets over the centuries, but none quite like Archy the Cockroach. This little guy was the reincarnation of a nameless poet who found his way into the office of newspaper columnist Don Marquis. One night, Archy started writing poetry by jumping from key to key on the typewriter there. All of his poems are written in lowercase because he couldn't push the shift key and the letter keys at the same time. If you're not impressed by poetry from a bug who can write, there are literally millions of other poets to check out during National Poetry Month. Human, insect, or otherwise.  It has been said that “Eggs Benedict” was named for Pope Benedict XIII, who requested the dish often. Then there's the story of Mrs. LeGrand Benedict who couldn't decide what to order while dining at Delmonicos in New York. The chef came up with a similar recipe and claims to have named it after her. Finally there's Lemuel Benedict, a Wall Street Broker who ordered buttered toast, two poached eggs, bacon and hollandaise sauce. Apparently, it was such a winning combination that it went on the menu at the Waldorf hotel, which begs the question, which Benedict came first? On National Eggs Benedict Day, there's no need to quibble. Enjoy this dish that is fit for anyone with eggstraordinary taste. I'm Anna Devere and I'm Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we Celebrate Every Day. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Deimos Paradox
Wallflower Ep. 7: Launch the Ordinance

The Deimos Paradox

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 89:47


Agent 42's deception has the crew scrambling to get back to the surface and evacuate the citizens of Hivehome as doom looms overhead. Sovereign prescribes therapy, Windy takes a look in the mirror, Cockroach shoulders a heavy burden, Taipan takes care of business, Valise finally loses her cool, and Javier takes a desperate shot to save the world. This arc stars @ReedPlays as the GM, @CatlingGun as Windy, Kathleen of @PeachGardenGames as Valise, @akinomiiart as Sovereign, August as Cockroach, and Zwei as Taipan. Editing by the amazing @ianmauldin of @shrimpandcrits. "Deimos Theme" by @am_ridz_music, "Wallflower Theme" and other music by @ianmauldin. Wallflower is an adaptation of the lore and select events and characters from Massif Press's "No Room for a Wallflower" supplemental Lancer RPG campaign. We are not affiliated with Massif Press as this is a third-party work. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The Deimos Paradox
Wallflower Ep. 6: The Emissary

The Deimos Paradox

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2022 94:30


A familiar enemy shows their face as negotiations continue to go awry. Regina makes a connection, Atalanta gets lost, Taipan takes a stand, Ariabel checks in, and Penrose takes on the emissary. This arc stars @ReedPlays as the GM, @CatlingGun as Windy, Kathleen of @PeachGardenGames as Valise, @akinomiiart as Sovereign, August as Cockroach, and Zwei as Taipan. Editing by the amazing @ianmauldin of @shrimpandcrits. "Deimos Theme" by @am_ridz_music, "Wallflower Theme" and other music by @ianmauldin. Wallflower is an adaptation of the lore and select events and characters from Massif Press's "No Room for a Wallflower" supplemental Lancer RPG campaign. We are not affiliated with Massif Press as this is a third-party work. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

UFO PARTY: An X-Files Podcast
EP 100: "The Cockroach That Ate Cincinnati" Detour

UFO PARTY: An X-Files Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 49:48


We have a monster of the week finally! This episode follows a tree man who is snatching up hunters and hikers left and right. We also have a ton of cute scully mulder scenes that make us so happy! Check out our links below! OUR MERCH STORE: https://teespring.com/stores/ufo-party-podcast JOIN OUR PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/ufopartypod BUY US A COFFEE! https://ko-fi.com/ufopartypod FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/ufopartypod FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: https://twitter.com/ufopartypod EMAIL US YOUR STORIES: ufopartypod@gmail.com Thank you so much for showing support so we can spread love to the only good feds in the universe.

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yeah, maybe

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 57:12


I know we always have some crazy good topics on this podcast.   Well today is not one of those days. We get into peaks and pits Chit chat Talk studio talk Grateful Then bye bye please enjoy our last podcast (In this location) Instagram @yeahmaybepodcast

Dwight the Janitor Prank Call Podcast
The Cockroach Inception

Dwight the Janitor Prank Call Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2022 2:33


Dwight knocked over the bioengineered

Collective Noun Podcast
Collective Noun Community Meeting – March 9

Collective Noun Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022 27:53


Join us in the local town hall for this week's Collective Noun Community Meeting! On this week's agenda: -Cockroach tea update -Another vegetarian debate -A new fragrance idea -Hey Hey It's Saturday streaming service -How can we capture the scent of Daryl Sommers?