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Into The Video Game
Episode 230- Bad Rats Infrastructure

Into The Video Game

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 119:22


TOPICS: Geoff working with Dev for 2.5 years on big TGA reveal Steam passes 27m concurrent users Babylon's Fall FFXIV scandal Resident Evil Series Battlefield 2042 creator does what DICE wouldn't Qualcomm's Switch-like specs Old Arcade Cabinets The current status and future of VR Gaming The Silicon shortage isn't ending anytime soon Christmas/December Gaming Destiny 2 Raiding

DMST Podcast
Pee Wee Herman...And A Big Adventure Ft. @_taniatimmons

DMST Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 93:00


Welcome back for episode 277 of the pod!! This week we're joined by comedian Tania Timmons. Tania was part of the Cleveland Comedy Festival that took place in mid November. We get into her journey into comedy and the early path that led her to comedy. We then into a few topics for the week. Brainstorm is wondering if we should tip more to cover people who don't...Dev thinks the WNBA should partner with OnlyFans...Playboy is watching tv shows...We discuss this and more. Tap in!! Follow Dev on Instagram & Twitter: @therealbigdev216 Follow Playboy on Instagram: @playboy_james3 Follow Brainstorm on Instagram & Twitter: @djbrainstorm4u Follow Tania on Instagram: @_taniatimmons Follow our show sponsor: @nokoreapparel Follow our show partner: @clecomedyfest #DMSTPod

SuperLit Podcast
EP 89: The Charm Offensive by Alison Cochrun

SuperLit Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 45:13


Hey friends! This week we talk all about the the romantic journey that is The Charm Offensive by Alison Cochrun! The Charm Offensive sees Dev Deshpande, a producer on the hit reality dating competition Ever After who's latest season is going to be incredibly different from all his other seasons after Ever After casts disgraced tech wunderkind Charlie Winshaw. As they develop what could be feelings for each other, Dev begins to wonder if he's allowed his own happy ending with Charlie, or if Charlie's going to get engaged to one of the 20 contestants vying for his attention. Theme Song by Man With Roses

No Plans to Merge
Max is not well-liked at school

No Plans to Merge

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 129:35


Max is a misunderstood good boy. Where is Daniel's passport? React. Dom. Collections just feel heavy....

AggroChat: Tales of the Aggronaut Podcast
AggroChat #369 - Become The Big Bad

AggroChat: Tales of the Aggronaut Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 82:47


Hey Folks!  Tonight we are down Grace and Ammo but push on with our ever growing list of topics.  We start with some discussion about the Stellaris expansion where you can become the Crisis at the end of the game featuring some interesting asymmetrical gameplay.  From there Bel talks a bit about the current failed state of New World and the degenerative gameplay of “pay for dungeon runs”.  From there we talk about the importance of numbers and whether or not we as players should actually see them.  We wrap things up with a discussion about Game Dev and how what is meant by a beta has changed over the years, specifically with the “very alpha” Star Citizen. Topics Discussed Stellaris Becoming the Crisis Aquatic Races New World Failed State of the Game Buying a Seat in a Dungeon Run Patch 1.1 Lost the game over 200k players The Importance of Numbers When you want to see them When you maybe don't Game Dev Star Citizen Betas and Alphas Gamer brain vs Dev brain Kodra Streaming Speed Runs Bel Revisiting Cyberpunk 2077

BSN Denver Nuggets Podcast
How would you rank JaMychal Green, Vlatko Cancar, and Zeke Nnaji?

BSN Denver Nuggets Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 61:06


Live from the Loser's Lounge, Adam, Eric, and Dev share their takeaways from Denver's 6th straight loss. Topics include: Ranking Zeke, JMyke, and Vlatko and debating who should be ahead in the pecking order Will Barton playing 39 minutes in a blowout Petr Cornelie's poster dunk Facu playing well over the losing streak

Culture Capsule
Out Of Shape Allstars (Podcast)- Gobble Gobble *Season 2 , Episode 32*

Culture Capsule

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 139:35


Happy Thanksgiving everybody! While you choke down some dry turkey with a glass of coquito, check out this latest episode. On this episode, Jonny, Kev, and Dev cover the latest in sports, we play a Thanksgiving edition of "Guess Who" and make our bold predictions for "When You Hear This". Open Run-4:22 NFL Pick'Em-1:40:05 Guess Who-2:02:41 When You Hear This-2:14:54 Want to watch to this episode? Hit link below. https://biglink.to/theosa For your OSA tee, hit our DMs on Instagram. https://www.instagram.com/theosapodcast/ *Cast* Eddie: https://www.instagram.com/eddiehurchata/ Devin: https://www.instagram.com/dons_prezi/ Jonny: https://www.instagram.com/jonny_cinco_/ Kevin: https://www.instagram.com/kjett_jl/ Drew: https://www.instagram.com/mr.drew190/ DQ: https://www.instagram.com/just_dq_it/ Podcast brought to you by Culture Capsule. https://www.instagram.com/culturecaps... Video sponsored by D.O.N.S. LLC https://www.instagram.com/donsllc/ *Intro Song* Jimi Six & Dez Lansky- Goat Mode https://soundcloud.com/donsinc/jimi-six-dez-lansky-goatmode *Outro Song* Jerellz-Good Energy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ReaEWauUbt8 *Affiliates* DONS LLC: https://www.donsforever.com Deadstock Quality: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMay... Boy From Da Bronx: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCR7b... Cloud Camp Clothing: https://www.instagram.com/cloudcampclothing/ Just Listen Media: https://www.instagram.com/justlistenm...

Let's Talk Battle Rap
Dev the Demon live Traffic 4 Reporting | Traffic 4 Spaces w/ Ace Amin, Kid Chaos & Jakkboy

Let's Talk Battle Rap

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 51:49


(2:00) Live Reports from Dev The Demon(20:00) Twitter Spaces Traffic 4 Recap with Dev the Demon. Ace Amin, Kid Chaos & Jakkboy pulled up. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Farklı Kaydet.
Tottiler Messiler #229 - STSL | DERBİDE KAZANAN FB, TS ŞAMPİ, BJK'DE KRİZ, LİGİN YENİ ELİTLERİ

Farklı Kaydet.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 87:54


Tottiler Messiler yeni bölümüyle yayında! Ekibimiz STSL'nin derbili haftasını değerlendirdi, menümüz ise şöyle: (0:00) Ülkenin gündemi (11:29) TS-Antep, TS kupayı bir ucundan tuttu, Nwakaeme, Avcı (20:00) GS-FB.. Dev derbide FB ezber bozdu, Pereira, İrfan, Kim, Terim, Marcao, Nelsson, Kerem ile dev derbi analizi (48:00) Alanya-BJK, BJK bıçak sırtında, Sergen hocanın krizi (1:06:00) Ömer Erdoğan, İlhan Palut, Bülent Korkmaz, Emre Belözoğlu, Farioli, Montella ile ligin flaş hocaları İlginize teşekkürler, iyi dinlemeler!

Loose Screws - The Elite Dangerous Podcast
Episode 111 - Cheese Que See

Loose Screws - The Elite Dangerous Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 112:08


http://loosescrewsed.com Join us on discord! And check out the merch store! https://discord.io/LooseScrews Squad Update: Took control in 6 Andromedae *yaaaay!* War in 7 Andromedae and elections in Wodiwodi and BD+67 for control Working to prevent some high influence systems from overheating and expanding. Focus right now is on consolidation (we go back to prep/expansion later) Nergal vs Hate Elite Combat Update: Nergal 10%, Hate -12% (yes negative) Galnet Recap: https://community.elitedangerous.com/ Dev news: Tuesday Stream: Supercruise News Issue Tracker Update https://forums.frontier.co.uk/threads/elite-dangerous-issue-report-16-11-2021.593721/ Wednesday: CG double engineered FSDs experimental problem and followup https://forums.frontier.co.uk/threads/elite-dangerous-fsd-reward-issues-remodifications-experimentals-follow-up.593785/ https://forums.frontier.co.uk/threads/elite-dangerous-community-goal-fsd-reward-and-modification-application-of-experimentals.593774/ Thrusday: Horizons CQC night CG FSDs experimentals reversal https://forums.frontier.co.uk/threads/elite-dangerous-fsd-reward-module-for-phase-2-colonia-bridge-community-goal-experimental-effects-revised.593882/ Discussion: Engineering changes focussed feedback? https://forums.frontier.co.uk/threads/focused-feedback-balancing-ship-engineering-material-gathering.592807/ Cheese. Community Comms: The Hunt For Theta 7 - Solved on the 15th https://forums.frontier.co.uk/threads/the-hunt-for-theta-seven-you-could-win-750-000-000-cr.593390/ If you like the show please rate and review on your podcast app, which helps people find the show. Join us on Discord at discord.io/loosescrews and check out the merch store at loosescrewsed.com for mugs, t-shirts, hoodies, and more.

Wild Takes
DAVID DWORK & IAN MARGOL | Panthers Preview, South Florida Hockey, Wild's Ceiling from Outsiders

Wild Takes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 61:51


Dev and Zooch are joined for the full episode by Miami news station WPLG's David Dwork and Ian Margol to preview the upcoming Wild roadtrip to Florida. They also touch on the growth of hockey in South Florida, seeing guys like Brandon Duhaime succeed, some betting, and how the Wild will ultimately match up against the Panthers and the rest of the NHL's elite teams.All that and more on an episode critics are saying "really makes me wish I had been invited to Dev's wedding" and "more touching than a prison visitation on opposite day".

Spiritual Dope
Align and Rise: The Cosmic Duo

Spiritual Dope

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 52:27


Catch up with Devon and Tamara of the Align and Rise Podcast: They are here to empower spiritual beings to tap into their fullest potential. They share memories & experiences to inspire and uplift you. Remember you are authentic, unique and there is only ONE YOU! They are two women who love to chat about all the in-depth experiences, opportunities, and growth that we have navigated our way through. They love life, and they love growing and they love hearing about other people‘s perspectives. Their conversations steam from their personal experiences, memories, and knowledge that they have gathered along the way. They are striving every day to be better than they were yesterday! Connect with Align & Rise on Insta: https://www.instagram.com/align_and_rise/ Unknown Speaker 0:00 Your journey has been an interesting one up to hear you've questioned so much more than those around you. You've even questioned yourself as to how you could have grown into these thoughts. Am I crazy? When did I begin to think differently? Why do people in general appear so limited as Bob process? Rest assured, you are not alone, the world is slowly waking up to what you already know inside yet can't quite verbalize. Welcome to the spiritual dough podcast, the show that answers the questions you never even knew to ask. But he's the answers to questions about you this world, the people in it? And most importantly, how do I proceed? Now moving forward? We don't have all the answers, but we sure do love living in the question. Time for another head of spiritual dub with your host, Brandon Handley. Let's get right into today's episode. Brandon Handley 0:40 One, hey, there's spiritual dope. I'm on here today with Devin and tomarrow of the Align and rise podcast. And they're here to empower spiritual beings to tap into their fullest potential. They share memories and experiences to inspire and uplift you. Remember you are authentic, unique, and there's only one you they are two women who love to chat about all the in depth experiences, opportunities and growth that you they have navigated throughout their way. They love life growing and they love to hear other people's perspective. They love to hear other people. So demonstra thanks for having being here Unknown Speaker 1:21 today. Thanks for having us. Unknown Speaker 1:24 We're super excited. Thank you. This is our very first interview. On another podcast. We're usually the ones doing the interviewing. So this is really exciting. Brandon Handley 1:34 Well, yeah, right. Yeah. Well, you had me on and that was part of the conversation. And I think that there was the jet. I said, Hey, how can I support you guys? Right? And you were like, Go big or go home? It wasn't exactly like that. I was like, You know what? Okay, probably was it says, you know, what, if we what if we were on your podcast? Like hell yeah. Right. So it's kind of a no brainer. So thanks for thanks for being on. This is actually my first one where I've interviewed two people simultaneously as a unit got alive and rise here. So I'd be interested to hear your response here. One of the ways that I look at this whole thing that we're doing right, we're sending an amplified communication out to the universe, as it were, and we ourselves are all vessels of creative source energy, whatever, right? We express that throughout whatever we're doing. And sometimes the answers and come conversation that we have, is going to be heard by somebody on the other end, it's just like, wow, I really needed that today, right? And my question to the both of you is, what is that message that's coming through you today that you need to share with the universe? Unknown Speaker 2:59 When we're both looking at each, usually, Unknown Speaker 3:03 let's talk first Unknown Speaker 3:08 just throws me in the spotlight. I think honestly, for us, like, we've had so many incredible opportunities come up on this journey of growth. And we could have thrown the towel in 100 times. But recognizing that we are here for something bigger, and we were created with a purpose, we've understood, throwing in the towel is not an option. We've learned that we are here to serve others. And we were given the opportunity to start podcasting and being able to serve others through that. And I think the biggest message is honestly just to hear what's on your heart, and understand that that is placed there specifically for you, as an individual, nobody else gets that dream that you have on your heart. And just to chase it, and to go after it with as much love and tenacity and enthusiasm as possible. And it's gonna feel hard and it's gonna feel tough, but you just have to keep going. Unknown Speaker 4:12 Mm hmm. Well, and sometimes like, I think that in that space as well, when you're going through stuff, it's sometimes it feels like the same stuff, kind of repeat it's like, term that I heard was rinse and repeat, rinse and repeat. And those are like lessons in life that we get to go through in order to get to the next place where you get to do something different another rinse and repeat until you learn from that and, and what I feel is that it's really nice to be able to, excuse me, get a cough in my throat is to have that with someone else where that person can Be there for you recognize things and very lovingly bring that to you. I just got like that frog in my throat like the worst time was like a tickle. I don't know why Brandon Handley 5:16 there's never a good time for a frog in the throat must be, let's be clear there so Unknown Speaker 5:20 well it's like literally it's like feels like it's going into my left eye right now. Anyways, that's a Crazy Frog. Ah, yes, anyways, so that's the other view here. Brandon Handley 5:30 Yeah, we're gonna be here to help you recover. That's gonna be the first thing we're here for. So I enjoy, you know, the idea that we're here for a bigger purpose, we can satisfy a number of our own personal needs, and even our family's needs. And still, it seems kind of like, we're not giving all that we've got right, we're not feeling as though we're contributing, I think that what you're talking about is the idea of contributing to the greater good and the whole. And, and in a way that you're doing doing it. That's being led by the heart. It's kind of what I'm getting from the both you and then the idea to that. Being able to do it with each other, the way that you two are and having that kind of support mechanism. And I think it was Devin, you were talking about, you know, being able to, you know, basically call somebody out on their bullshit but lovingly, or vice versa. Right, be like, Hey, how do we how do I, you know, I see that you're, you know, sometimes somebody doesn't respond to like, I see that you're struggling? How can I help? And sometimes it's got to be done in another way. But still from a place from the heart. And it sounds like that's what the two of you have found with each other. And you're working. You're scaling that by doing your podcast? Is that fair? Yeah. I love that. Like it's called heartland. Unknown Speaker 7:09 Yeah, absolutely. And we have realized, we tried one podcast having like, kind of a guideline and a script, I feel like it was a little bit of a disaster. And we have realized that intuitive, that that's us, we we just follow our heart and we listen to our gut. That's what we speak from. We don't have a script, we don't have questions. Even the interviews that we've done, have all just been intuitive and heartless, and that feels so good. And I think that's really helped our relationship where we've come together to have that peace to lean on one another, and to call each other out on those things. And it's honestly, like, I can't hide anything from Devin to try. It's like, okay, like, you're not doing this, tell me what's going on. It's like the floodgates open. And then we just have this like, yes, that's how I'm feeling. I couldn't put it into words, and you felt it and you figured it out. And just having this place of zero judgment of complete, just love. Just knowing that it doesn't matter what we're going through, we're always gonna get through it together. And it's been really cool to have this platform podcasting together, because we get to share those experiences with other people and serve them while we grow at the same time and then share that story of growth. And it's just really been the coolest experience. Brandon Handley 8:42 Sounds like yeah, I would call it like, acceptance and action. Right, and you to have found, you know, a friendship, a partnership, where it's, you know, you accept each other for who you are and what you're going through, and, and you're helping each other forward in a supportive manner towards towards your dreams, right, the two of you put this podcast together, you were talking, we were talking a little bit before we got going here. You know, how there's been some stumbling blocks in what it is that you're doing, which I want to get to. But what I wanted to really hit on first is like, right, you know, for me, this is my third podcast, right? My first one was on fatherhood, which was cool, no one diver. Second one was on, you know, prosperity, law of attraction type stuff, also great. But then I was like, fuck it, like I'm really just kind of hiding behind this curtain of, you know, like this, you know, Wizard of Oz style, where like, I'm not really talking about what's on my heart, which is spirituality and leaning into that. And since I've done that, it's been awesome. Right? So my question is, you know, what made you to decide spirituality was was was your, your kind of lean in and go forward thing and let's talk about how you found yourselves there. Unknown Speaker 9:58 That's going to be different quite like that's very, that's looks so different. I would like to I would like to leave this one tomorrow because I think this actually has to be love for you too. I think this actually like my, my spirituality and how I have found so much love and acceptance from Tamara. So like, to kind of give you the backstory, Tamara and I went to youth group together for years. And in high school. Here, as I say, like two I was only in Creston for two years when and started going to church and Tamara joined and she's younger than like a monk. Yeah, she's younger than me. And we were going and so we were like, very much like we got called, like Holy Rollers and stuff. We were part of the Pentecostal church, we were called a lot of things that we found like community, which was great. And then I got married really young at 21 had four kids ended up separating from my x, and I've been separated now for six years. Last God just completely dropped God in every way, don't talk to me about him, I'm never setting foot in another church, I felt very hurt, very betrayed from just like everything that went on in the relationship that I liked. And in that time, Tamara started reaching out to me through Beachbody. And we kind of started talking and then I joined eventually under her and so we started having more of a relationship and, and bringing up our friendship from the past. And what I had found was as I was journeying through like both of us, I would say, really, our spiritual journey both started is about six years ago, for both of us where there was like this. Right, like, like a hard line, like you were talking about line. And that's like your thing lately, tomorrow's like line in the sand. This was like a hard interval is very different places, but a hard line. And we started kind of growing, and probably two years without each other of just growth. And then we really started stepping into each other's life. What I had found was going from the state of like, I was very devout to church and everything for a long time, and then completely losing myself to all of it. Like I went down to the very bottom of the bottom with that, like, I felt very lost, I felt alone, didn't know what I was doing, knew that I wanted to I needed needed spirituality on some level. And I just didn't know what that was gonna look like, because I had lost all of my faith. And through all of everything that I have been through, Tamara has been there and held my hand, watched me cry, loved me, never judged me. She was going to church, he was going, she never judged me. There was not a single time that and maybe she maybe she did, but she let it go, right? If she did have any judgments, but she was there, she loved me. And that created open space. And gave me grace gave me forgiveness, to realize that tomorrow was like the example of what a person going to church should look like. And it led me Not that I'm going back to church, not that I'm stuck. Like, I'm not doing that, um, I found my own spirituality in just believing that God is or the universe or the source energy, whatever you want to call it is around us all the time. But it allowed me to get some forgiveness for myself, and for the people around me because of the scars that were there when I left my relationship. So for me, spirituality is more than just finding within yourself. It's like also the other people that are around you, they get to support you and love you and love like, Jesus love, right? Like, that's, that's what tomorrow. I mean, this is just tomorrow, right? This is one person I've had other people in my life who are very spiritual in different ways, and we're, we're just all connected. And that spirituality to me is like, there is spirituality doesn't see any hard lines of like your, you know, your Jehovah's Witness your Mormon, your Pentecostal your Catholic it, it should never see that it should just be like we are one we are connected. And we need to love each other period. Brandon Handley 14:39 Like it, you know, really sounds sounds like the six year journey for you. And kind of, you know, this just loss of spirituality. Which I kind of I do want to dig into that a little bit. I love how you guys correct me if I'm wrong, but Beachbody MLM yes or no Yeah, I love how you guys reconnected through like an MLM. Right? Like you always hear horror stories, but this sounds like a good one. And you know, so it was Unknown Speaker 15:09 really funny because I sent the worst messages back then. Brandon Handley 15:13 No doubt, no doubt, right? I mean, I think absolutely, that's right. That's part of the path. And trust me, again, I know, right? You're just like, you know, hey, this is what you're supposed to say. I'm sure I'll say this. Everybody's by my shit. You'd be a great salesperson anyways. You'd be great at this. So let's hear a little bit on your side. And then we can kind of unpack some of this stuff. Unknown Speaker 15:40 Yeah, absolutely. So as Devin was saying, we both grew up in the Pentecostal church, like I went to, I think it was called, like the school or something. It was like church before kindergarten, preschool, basically, but in a church. So like, my grandma grew up in the Pentecostal church, my aunts, uncles, on my mom's side of the family, all very, like spiritual. And that was there, we prayed, we all of the things that of course, like had my years through my teen years, where I struggled and all of the things. But really, the last six years for sure, coming up seven, so my youngest, after he was born, I struggled and hit rock bottom with postpartum, though worst depression and anxiety I've ever experienced in my whole entire life. And for me, I leaned in so hard to my faith and my relationship with God, I'm just becoming closer with him praying, really just leaning on family and reaching out to those family members who were, you know, Christian in my family, who believed in faith, who believed in prayer, who believed in coming together, and just like leaning on all of that. And so I just think it's really cool how, around the same time frame, Dev was literally falling apart and losing her faith. And I was leaning in hard, and like how we both came together to this place where we are now. So that was really where everything kind of started for me. But it turned into not so much just like that. God relationship, the heart relationship with my heavenly Father, it was like, I didn't know who I was. I had no idea what that even looked like, I was a mom, I had these kids, I was struggling, life sucked. I was literally surviving and just getting through my days. And I remember my son was 10 months old, and I was depressed, and I was binge eating. And I was doing all of these things that I thought happiness was somewhere in there. And I remember just like that line in the sand, there has to be more I need to feel more than this. Like this can't just be it for the rest of forever, where I just get up and I just survive through my days. And I raised my kids and I'm unhappy. And that was where I really started seeking more of a relationship inner of who I was. And I started doing that work inside that healing work that working through anxiety, working through the Depression, that I was feeling, letting go of those things. And really, opening up to this whole world of like, who I was, as an individual, I was a mum really young. And I lost that when I became a mom, I was just a mom and I was just a wife and I was just a whatever. And I didn't have this, I didn't know who I was. And so that was sort of my journey back into figuring out who I was letting go of those people pleasing tendencies of worrying about other people's opinions and really, truly just getting to the core of who I am. And that sort of got this direction that I moving in like and it feels so freeing and it feels so good. And just to realize everybody has their own spiritual journey, not one person doesn't look the same. And I've realized like I used to have this very narrow view of it's only the church it's only this is only one way it has to be God it has to be that I've realized like I love hearing like stories from Jay Shetty love Him the whole journey of a monk Buddhism like all everybody has this universal God that they serve. And that that that is love like like Devin said we're we're here to love people. And it doesn't matter where we find that love or what that looks like or feels like to each of us because it's different and different. is beautiful. Brandon Handley 19:53 I mean look right with without without without those differences, then then it's kind of kind of boring, right? You got this same show, one was going all the way back to the beginning when he talked about was it rinse and repeat same stuff, right, you're gonna see the same thing over and over again. There's no chance for revision or something else, right? I always think about the whole idea that to have like, if you know what tomorrow is gonna be like, it's gonna be kind of easy, right, kind of, like Groundhog's Day. You know, you do like, the great thing about like, knowing that tomorrow is gonna be the same as today, like, Okay, well, since, what, whatever it say it was like, I can make tomorrow better by eliminating some of the things that didn't work and doing more of the things that did. Right. And as for, you know, I kind of talk What I mean is that it's not fun, right? You found yourself in survival mode, like, you know, binge eating and things like that, and looking for happiness not and of course, like, sometimes you think you're happy when you're eating that ice cream, like cookies and cream it's in? I'm happy in this moment. But like you're crying at the same time, like, why is Unknown Speaker 21:05 your bag of chips at 3am. Brandon Handley 21:09 But it also it also, you know, sounds like you do, we're stuck in your identity, crisis of identity. You go from you go from you know, kind of school to being a parent, there's no time for you to discover who you are as a person. Right? Because you, you haven't spent that time as an individual. And then now you're giving all that you are and who you are, to like this family and and to your point, you're like, Hey, I'm just trying to find some Hi, how can I be happy? How can I be me? Outside of this cog in the system? Right. It sounds to me like that's kind of where you got caught, right? And then finding, leaning into your spiritual, I was kind of funny, you mentioned, you know, you you were leaning in, and you you were finding your religion in Devon was losing hers, right? It's kind of what was going on. But at the same time, you too, were, you know, able to grab hold of each other again, and just say, hey, you know, tomorrow for us, like, you know, the more I dig into this, the more I'm finding my face. And Devin for you, you're like, the further I get away from it, the more that I find that I need it, and finding you know what work for you. He has figured that out sounds like kind of together, right? And as you're talking tomorrow sounds to me also, like, it's liberating to be connected to spirit, right connected to whatever that looks like for you. And as you're saying, like, everybody's journey is gonna be a little different. I know that after I kind of went through my own awakening experience, like, this is how it's gonna be for you. And this is how it's gonna be. And then you're gonna go up against like, you know, your journey. And oh, and then when you tripped over this hole in the ground, this is where you're going to be I know exactly where you are. Right? And I don't, I can't, right, because your journey is gonna be like you said, 100% 100% your own. So you too. Yeah, lost it. Yeah, pulled it back together. And now like, you've kind of pulled it back together, you've got this platform, what's your intent with it now kind of going forward? And like, what are some of the what are some of the challenges that you're having? Unknown Speaker 23:34 To do you Unknown Speaker 23:39 I just feel like I wanted to touch on one more thing. And this basically led to it. So this whole like parenting thing. Devin is really helped me realize, like in that whole losing your identity and finding yourself and like, I still have these moments where I'm like, my kids need me all the time. And Devon's like, they're not gonna die when you're doing the things that you want to do. So, this has been, like a really good lesson for me, but we're a busy family, my kids are doing all the things and I'm running here, and I'm doing this and like, I feel like, this might not come out. Right, but like, they depend on me. It's already not coming out, right? Maybe I want them to depend on me more than they actually do. Maybe that's it, that feels really shitty to say. Brandon Handley 24:37 Look, I mean, I mean, and that's part of that's part of just saying all right, well, it's it's it's a work in progress, right? It's like identifying that me like, is that true? Right. That's just kind of one of those things that you can kind of go through as an exercise be like, you know, I don't know. Not for nothing to air, but nobody's knocked on your door and like a half hour. Unknown Speaker 24:58 I know. Right? This is they're fine. They're, they're thriving downstairs. So yeah, just like little thing was we were eating in a podcast today. And then my son needed me. And I was like, Deb, like, my kiddo needs me. And we were gonna meet up in podcasts. And I like, texted her and I was like, I'm like, feeling all the things and I'm sitting in it, and I'm just letting and letting it go. And she calls me she's like, okay, like, what's happening, and like, helped me unpack how I'm feeling. And it was like, I'm trying to cram all of these things in one day. And this is how I explained it. I was like, Wednesday's were, we're typically podcasting days, that's what we did. And then they turned into, like, my only day off. And now all of these other things are piling up, and I'm trying to balance it all and fit it into one day, which is affecting our podcasting. Because, obviously, I can't balance all the things that I was like, that fills my cup. Lately, Wednesday's feel like, you know, when you put a cup in the sink, and you crank the water on and like, the waters just splashing out of the cup, and none of it staying in there. Because it's like, full force, and then you shut the water off and the cups just empty. I pray for water fresh Alex basically. Brandon Handley 26:19 Yes, like that. I get it. So, you know, you're, it sounds like you're going through, you know, just kind of the growth mode, right, of how to make it all work and how to, you know, this is the thing that you want to be doing. And I think we talked a little bit at the beginning, like, you know, universe is gonna throw like little things that you'd be like, Are you sure that's what you want to do? And, you know, you've got to kind of work through that to show the universe that God however you want to look at it. Right that, yeah, this is the thing I want to be doing. So stop fussing with it. Unknown Speaker 26:51 Right. It's like the little squirrel on the tree, like throwing nuts. That's it? And you're like, where's this? Brandon Handley 26:58 So, you know, look, parent parenting, I think is one of those things where, again, yeah, we want them. We, it's a challenge. We want them to want us sometimes more than they actually need us. And even that's a challenge, right? As we're growing, because like, What do you mean, you don't need me anymore? So and again, that just caused you to kind of go back into the womb I identity questions, what am I attached to? Right, just another opportunity to look at your attachments of yourself and all that other. Egotistical shifted, I don't know how to talk to so all good there. But as so look, you got it, you guys are figuring it all out. Right? And you're working it through. So what's, you know, what's on the rise for a line and rise? What are you guys looking to do with this platform? Oh, Unknown Speaker 27:49 man, we Well, here's the thing. We, we I think that that the really cool thing about doing something that you don't know, is that you constantly get to learn. And so, I mean, we've taken so many pivots, we've turned so many times already, like, we don't know exactly where we're headed. But we we I mean, we, we have some ideas, we have some thoughts about where we're where we're going, but it feels like every time that we do something, you always have something else that's kind of up the ante and up the ante, you know, like, it's like, you know, when we first started the podcast, and, you know, we're learning all these things, and doing all these things and recording that we never knew how to do to begin with. So we do those things. And we're like, Okay, now we're good. And then we're like, we're not interviewing anybody, obviously, we're just gonna do and then now we started interviewing, and now we're being interviewed. And now we're starting to do tic TOCs. And now we're starting to Instagram lives. And so we don't really know. But that's the beauty of just having trust and faith that the universe has your back. And that when you believe that your intuition is always guiding you and that it's never wrong, then you open up freedom and space to constantly pivot and constantly move. And that's kind of I think, and Americans speak for, for herself in this point, that that's kind of where it feels like we're headed is just that we're constantly moving. And we're constantly like, this is one moment that, you know, with the block, shall we call it but it's not even really a block. It's just like, we're there together. We're pointing it out together. She's like, Yes, I see this clearly. Let's move through it. How can I and then so she's figuring out like, Hey, I just got to free up one more day for myself so I can get these things done. And then I can focus on this. Just podcasts on this day, because she wants it and so you know, you're talking about you know the universe saying Oh, do you wanted enough? Well, We want this it just happens that we are two people. And we're both affected. Because it's ours. It's I'm not just finding rise. I'm it's Tamara and Devin that is aligned in rise. So I feel like then a book that we're reading the 12 week year, he talks about accountability. But he said, accountability is never like someone else, you know, you don't get to blame someone else when you don't do something. Accountability is just so that that person can help you measure your goals and make sure that you're staying on track, but it's still yours. You know, we have this tainted view of like, accountability, that that part in this book, really, because I think a lot of times people are like, just keep me accountable. And then if you don't like if you're not like, Hey, did you work out? Hey, did you work out? They're like, Oh, you didn't keep me? No, no, no, no, no, you're accountable for you. I'm here to help you, I'm here to help, you know, guide you, but you still have to go push play, and you still have to lift the weights. And so that's, um, you know, how we're getting over any blocks that we come up, this isn't the first time like that, you know, we've headed over a block and and then we just take a turn, because maybe something may be slowing us down so that we could see this thing over here that we're really interested in. And that's kind of so we're really, I think, just focused on being guided by our own intuition. And, you know, call it spirituality call it whatever. Yeah, that's where tomorrow, I don't know if you have anything else to add. But Unknown Speaker 31:33 I just want to add that we, I think I started this, like, we had a little woman's conference with our book club a couple years ago. And I kind of started this, everything works out exactly as it's supposed to. And it didn't matter what it was, every time something would happen. We'd feel like there was like a little stone thrown in the way or like a blip in our plan. I would just say that. And I'm really leaning into that right now. Like all of the things that kind of feel tough and a little bit gray and a little bit like where are we going? It like Deb said it's honestly just leaning in trusting the process. And just really trusting that everything works out exactly as it's supposed to. Brandon Handley 32:18 Really, like Joseph Campbell, follow your bliss kind of thing. You guys are working. Is that what I'm hearing? Unknown Speaker 32:25 Yeah. We I've never heard of him, but it sounds great. Oh, Brandon Handley 32:32 that's terrible. I have to boot you know, Unknown Speaker 32:36 maybe just send me a link. Brandon Handley 32:39 I guess I could do that. That doesn't seem as aggressive or anything like that. Unknown Speaker 32:42 Does that make you nicer? Brandon Handley 32:46 No shock factor there. Unknown Speaker 32:50 So one thing I do want to add, though, is go ahead if that's okay. Yeah. In terms of like, where we're heading to is we're just like constantly pivoting and moving and what wherever we're supposed to be as where we're supposed to be one of our biggest part of our vision, I guess the biggest part of it. Yeah, our dream is to, again, we have no idea what it looks like. But we see ourselves like speaking on stages, we would love to host a conference, like a mindset conference, where we're focusing on, like, our health and wealth and spiritual, all of the things to do with like, this growth journey, and just sharing tips and tricks and coming together with other people that have things that they can offer to serve other people in creating something really big and fun out of it. Brandon Handley 33:46 Yeah, let me look, it's kind of like, um, before coming on this podcast, because sometimes speak that out loud, right? Because sometimes we hold these dreams and and we're like, Ah, I'm not gonna tell anybody. Just go eat, see what happens. Not gonna tell anybody this is what I want, though speaking it into a corner, but like, you know, speaking some of that stuff out loud to the people that you know, so they know, right? Like, you know what, I was talking to somebody else that would like to do something similar. How can I connect you guys, right? So I think that, you know, in terms of sharing that type of information, what is your vision? What does that look like for you? And for others that are tuning in? They can they might, you know, a hear your journey and be like, Hey, I would like to start a podcast with a friend and what's that look like? It looks like not knowing what you're doing and then going to do it. Right, which is, you know, that's the first step for a lot of anybody, right? Just make a decision to go ahead and do it. How do you feel, you know, a big part two of all this is now that you feel like you're connected spiritually. You know, how do you how do you feel like You're integrating that like every day sounds to me, like, you know, what was what was your mantra earlier tomorrow? Like, yeah, this is meant to be. Everything works out exactly. Unknown Speaker 35:11 Works out exactly as it's supposed to. Yeah. Brandon Handley 35:15 We know, one of the questions I've certainly gotten before is like he without, without, like, definite vision or a plan? Is anybody beating you up on that you know, Unknown Speaker 35:26 at all? About it having a vision or plan? Well, you know, it'd Brandon Handley 35:30 be like, what's your plan, you need to have a plan, you gotta have a plan. If you don't have anything that you don't have a target, where are you gonna go? You know, is that anybody? Anything that's come up in your conversations? Are you just again, you know, following following your face? Unknown Speaker 35:43 Hmm. Well, I remember having this conversation about not having expectations. And that's not like, we don't give a shit. No expectations. It's honestly, and Deb can touch more on this, because I love how she says it. But basically, like, if we have this narrow path of where we're going, there's so many things we're gonna miss out on. Because we're, we have our blinders on. And we're like, this is this one thing that we want. There's so many other things for us. And if we're just like, hey, no expectations, the world is our oyster. We have so many more opportunities to grow and pivot along the way, because we have we see see more opportunities. Mm hmm. Unknown Speaker 36:27 Yeah, I, we that was our beginning of our year that we started out with the no expectations, like I had done a week in the giant in Book Club. I think it was just me, and maybe one of the other girls, because it's like a massive book by Tony Robbins. And he even says in there, he talks about how so this like, actually ended up playing into our conversation when we started talking about it in January of last year, because I had read the book in November, December. And so it was like, he talks about how like, it's good to get like goals, like you can say I want to live in a house on the ocean. But he said, You don't have to be like, it has to be blue with yellow shutters. And it has to look exact, he's like, it doesn't have to be that specific. And then when you do that, it's like, so limited to like, it has to look exactly like this, or I am not accepting it. And what that just doesn't feel good. So like, we have decided that this like last year, for example, that our our plans are, what they are like we we have this plan to host a conference, our friend owns. She just bought a motel last year, and she's working on creating a retreat center. That's happening, her dreams, and ours are aligning. We've talked about it with her, we've discussed it, we've dreamt we've had these visions, and we've had visions separately, all three of us. And then we share them to each other. We're like, this is what I saw. And this is you know, like. And so there's this beautiful part, that makes me really excited that like, I can only dream up of mostly like what we create, unless we sit down very intentionally, to dream really, really big, which most of us do not do. We know what we know. And we're like, Well, I guess, you know, like, you could say, well, you know, you don't have a car, you're like, Well, I guess I could just like maybe maybe I could just get like a Honda Civic or something. But when you're required to dream big, you're like, you need to ask for like, you know, a McLaren or like a Lamborghini. Or like, it's, we're not. And I think that we get like, held down by that we get held down by the fact that we you know, it's just like just just down here. Just ask for the things down here. But in reality, the universe is like, what do you want, like, just open it up. And then that thing gets to look like however it wants to look. So if Tamara and I are walking on the path, and we see a window open, we can poke her head through, we don't have to commit to fully go in there. But we can like look in and see if it's something that we've won. And then if we don't we just keep going. But we we got to see, we got to see what we liked or what we didn't want or you know, whatever. Um, I think that's the beauty of like spiritual journey is the beauty of like, where our podcast is headed. To this we know that it's headed like this is practice for us. Like all of the stuff that we're doing all the podcasting being on your show, like this is all practice. There was a time when we first started we were so nervous. I'm sure you can relate to that feeling when you first start a podcast you're like, it's like a little jittery and now and I did not like being in front of cameras just asked me I like was not okay with it. And now it doesn't even faze me. You know. So you get used to these things and it's like Okay, so now we know this Now we get to level up again, what's the next step? And what's? So I think that's the part I'm most excited about is like, I don't know what I don't know. So like, as I level up, I get to see the next thing. And then I'm like, okay, like, this is exciting. And then we go through some more growth and it's painful. Yeah, exactly. You know, Brandon Handley 40:21 right, right now, like you're saying, you know, when you first start off, right, it's kind of scary. And it's also, we we ask for the things we think we can get right? Like, I'll take a Honda, pretty sure I can get a fucking Honda. Like, yeah, but you know, then you're like, but what I really like is a fleet of McLaren. So they can get one like, every different day and different colors and like, and so you know, but we don't we, we've been taught to, you know, kind of, just keep our heads down and, and work hard and flop. Blah, blah, there's no fun in that. There's, it's, it's hard to it's hard to imagine yourself being bigger if you're, you know, always grinding away, right, something along those lines, at any rate, what I like about sorry, that too, is like, you know, you're sharing your stories with the other friend who's gotten the hotel bill in the retreat centers. It's kind of like synchronicity, right. The things that's what's the whole the whole idea of like, you know, what you seek is seeking you type of thing. Yeah, totally. So look, man, I get it, right. No expectations, here's what we want to do. Here's how we want to feel why we do it. This is how we already feel while we're doing what we're doing. We're gonna keep doing it. We're doing something over here. Doesn't feel right. If it doesn't align, we can't rise. I'm gonna run with that. Right? And yes. So thanks for sharing that. Let me get to a part here that I like to get to. Unless there was anything else you wanted to tag on to that last part. Unknown Speaker 42:01 I'm good. Unknown Speaker 42:03 Actually, I do. I'm just like a little backstory on like Devin and me and our friend has the hotel. So the three of us actually started a book club together, before we even like, really stepped into this like, journey together. And so yeah, we just like had this little vision of like, oh, let's like start reading some books together. And now we're literally planning, mindset and spiritual retreats. World Brandon Handley 42:32 domination, that's Unknown Speaker 42:33 pretty cool. I got world money. Brandon Handley 42:38 I got that. It's great. And the thing that you're you're seeing is that you're all helping each other to grow. And more than just like a spiritual sense. And I think that's pretty cool. So this is a little part that I like to get to, in regards to do even just this whole podcast space, right? So somebody tuned into this podcast or to tune into your podcasts or on their spiritual journey. It's like a spiritual speed dating session, right? So like, I'm gonna tune in for like, one hour or 30 minutes or whatever, is that this podcast, you know, tickles my spiritual fancy, then I'll keep hanging out. So in that vein, I've actually got two bachelor's, this will be fun. So I'm going to ask a couple of questions related to spirituality. So let's see here. Doo doo doo doo. These aren't that great, but we'll run with them. Bachelot number one, if you're in a bad mood. Do you prefer to be left alone or have someone cheer you up? Unknown Speaker 43:42 Here's bachelor number one. Brandon Handley 43:43 Take a choice. Unknown Speaker 43:47 Your Bachelorette number one? Sure. Unknown Speaker 43:51 I need to be alone. Definitely alone, like doing some meditating doing some deep breathing. Going for a walk. Like Please don't talk to me. Because I might say something I regret Brandon Handley 44:07 Fair enough. Bachelot number two. Unknown Speaker 44:11 Oh, I get the same. Okay. I also, um, I I'm just trying to think here. I think that initially, I definitely need to be left alone, but I do enjoy like a hug after I've processed some things. So then I want someone who like rub my back and give me a hug. But first, yeah, like bath. It's like bath time. It's like bubble bath, Brandon Handley 44:37 or something. Yeah, no, if I'm here and leave me the hell alone. Yeah, I'm gonna have to process this. Yeah. Let's see. This would be the last one here to do to do tu tu tu. I like to always ask, you know, do you use feel like our current religion is serving us or not? It's rare that won't go to you. Unknown Speaker 45:07 Yep, she's, she's Bachelorette number one. Like our current religious. Brandon Handley 45:13 Like, like, you know, it's Christina. Oh, yeah, like, for example, like Christianity is Christianity is organized religion serving. So we're not Unknown Speaker 45:23 this is a good way. This is how I view juicy. This is how I view so I am not religious, I am Christian. And I feel like the difference is in religion, we are not given a choice. Myself, I view myself as like a Christian who has the choice, I get to choose whether I want to have a relationship with God, in our family growing up, we were never forced to go to church, we had the choice, we had the option if we wanted to, we could, we weren't put in this box of like, these are the rules. And if you do not follow them, like we're booting you out. And so my experience as a Christian has just been being accepted and loved for exactly who I am. In all of my rough moments, and my falling and my stumbling. And all of those things I've just been showed love and grace. And so I am showing that love and grace to other people. And Deb touched on that earlier when we were talking that, and I didn't know that you felt so strongly that love for me like I had no idea. And so clearly in hearing that from Deb, it is serving a purpose for me. Brandon Handley 46:48 I love it. I love it. Devin, what about you? You lost a religion? Yeah, found it. You found spirituality. So let's do it. Let's talk about what that look like for you. Unknown Speaker 46:58 So the question is, do I think that religion is what serves Brandon Handley 47:04 serving, serving, serving, you know, is religion serving like us? Well, Unknown Speaker 47:12 oh, this is such a hard one. Because I know I know people who are amazing, that are devout to whatever their faith is. Brandon Handley 47:24 This one's just yes for me. Unknown Speaker 47:25 Oh, I don't know how to do that without like, I just up my brain, the squirrels are running. And I just feel like I need to think about this for like every single person in the world. I myself, No, I do not think that religion is serving us to the highest purpose. I think that I think that how do I want to word this? We're humans. And we all are like I wrote this the other day in one of my posts that were just like all like balls of childhood trauma, just like walking around in life with these like tainted perceptions that have been delivered to us, religiously, politically, society, cultural, everything. And we carry that and then we think that we're right, and then so we take whatever scripture is. That speaks to us, or that were a part of whatever religious sect that we're a part of, or whatever. And we will sometimes use that to condone behavior or to totally alienate and discriminate behavior as well. And I you can call me maybe like a naive spiritualist. But I have used this so many times in different discussions when we have discussed things that were like push button topics like hot button topics. And I'm like, Can we all just get along? I'm like, if we were just balls of energy floating around in space or heaven, we would not be seeing all the things that we see here on this earth, we wouldn't see those things. We would just see light, and we would see energy. And it wouldn't be what we are framing everything to be around down here on Earth. Everything is framed around these different things. And we think that we're right. And I think when you think that you're right, and you don't leave any open doors to listen to other people. I think that's that is I don't I don't agree with it. I don't I don't like it. It doesn't make me feel good. And I have been in that space before Brandon Handley 49:57 you so you're saying religion is a bunch of clothes. Doors. I mean, that's what I'm hearing. Yeah, Unknown Speaker 50:04 I a bunch of closed doors. It can be, I think that it very much can be because people get very stuck. They're like, this is what it says. And I'm like, Yeah, but then you talk to someone else. Yes. Okay. And so like that has to do with us just being these balls of childhood trauma of loose like things happening. And we created these perceptions. And that's why we read it that way. Right? It doesn't make it true. It's just your truth. Brandon Handley 50:33 For sure. For sure. Not it's a course earlier this year. And terminologies was it's a truth, not the truth. Right. So the truth, of course, that Well, ladies, thank you so much. This has been a blast. I appreciate having you on today. Where can people go and find a little bit more, Tamara and Devin on the line and rise podcast? Unknown Speaker 51:03 Tomorrow, no, she can throw out? Unknown Speaker 51:08 Well, I'm waiting for you. So Unknown Speaker 51:12 I know, we kind of have everything grouped together on our Instagram page, which is a line underscore and underscore rise. And we have our podcast stuff linked there, so you can listen to us. And this is a really good reminder to me, I need to link our tic tock there because we just started some fun little tic TOCs. And our little highlight is like can we have three minutes of your time. And we just have three minute little videos on random topics that we're feeling that we just like, pour into and that is kind of like our thing. So that's where you can find this. Brandon Handley 51:51 Awesome. Awesome. Thanks for having us. Yeah, I Unknown Speaker 51:56 really hope you enjoyed this episode of the spiritual dough podcast. Stay connected with us directly through spiritual dove.co. You can also join the discussion on Facebook, spiritual dough, and Instagram at spiritual underscore Joe. If you would like to speak with us, send us an email through Brandon at spiritual dope CO and as always, thank you for cultivating your mindset and creating a better reality. This includes the most thought provoking part of your day. Don't forget to like and subscribe to stay fully up to date. Until next time, be kind to yourself and trust your intuition.

The Talk of the Street: A Coronation Street Podcast

With ITV Corey in custody, Imran is excited to tell Kelly that this may mean she gets to come home, in which case she'll really need to start working on her smile. Natasha's funeral arrives and Sam is still mute, but he puts his emotions into words by writing a eulogy for his mum. James gets wind from Ronnie that Danny has been offered a fancy chef job in That London and does his best to encourage his boyfriend to follow his goals. It's Monday on Coronation Street which means that Abi must be involved in something secretive, and with Debbie's added involvement surely anything is possible. Tyrone's nose is put out of joint as Phil With Two Ls stretches his legs out under the table at Number 9 and even Kirk admits that Fiz's new flame is a top bloke. Carla's confusion over the date of an order gives the knicker people two days to get underpants to Milwaukee, WI. Dev takes charge of a new car with a smashing big boot as Aadi's simmering hostility towards his father threatens to overflow. Simon, Nick, and Leanne take turns talking to a door. PC Tinker invents crimes to investigate. Daniel sings.

BSN Denver Nuggets Podcast
Winner's Lounge: Bones Hyland breaks out as the Nuggets beat the Hawks

BSN Denver Nuggets Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 84:15


Live from the Winner's Lounge, Harrison, Dev and D-Line break down Bones Hyland's breakout performance, Aaron Gordon's best offensive game of the season and Nikola Jokic's triple-double evening. Also, notes on the bench, which didn't include Zeke Nnaji tonight, MPJ's continued absence and more. Then, Adam calls in from the Munder Dome for a recap of the Nuggets' pressers.

No Plans to Merge
Home Automation

No Plans to Merge

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 79:21


BSN Denver Nuggets Podcast
Winners Lounge: Thrilliam B Buckets

BSN Denver Nuggets Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 93:22


Mares, Vogt, Dev, and D Line hit the Winners Lounge after Barton goes Full Thrill on Indiana. Plus, Wind chimes in with the latest from Ball Arena.

Tacos and Tech Podcast
Accelerating Drone Technology with Chad Sweet and Dev Singh

Tacos and Tech Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 21:19


Listen on Apple, Google, Spotify, and other platforms.  The drone technology scene in San Diego is booming with many startups and companies taking advantage of the deep relevant talent, experienced tech and collaborative community. In today's podcast, Neal interviews Chad Sweet, CEO and co-founder of ModalAI, and Dev Singh, General Manager of Robotics, UAVs & Autonomous Systems at Qualcomm, who delved into the rapid growth and development of drone technology. ModalAI is a San Diego-based robotics startup that accelerates autonomy for smaller, smarter and safer drones. Before founding ModalAI, Chad worked at Qualcomm for 20 years, spending the last five years in leading robotics research and development efforts. He pushed Qualcomm's flagship Snapdragon products into new use cases like robotics, which became the beginning for what became a larger effort with IoT and smart cameras, smart cities, robotics, etc. As the program matured, he worked with Dev and his team to commercialize it, working from proof of concept and lab work into actual formal products. When he left Qualcomm, he founded ModalAI, in collaboration with Dev and Qualcomm, and still maintains their close partnership — ModalAI using Snapdragon tech and Qualcomm chipping in the devices. Dev calls Chad his “partner in crime,” referring to their continuous teamwork at Qualcomm as Chad focused on R&D, and Dev was able to build a business and commercialize products into life. Now, they are working together on a new project: the RB5 5G Platform, a development/reference platform that will help jumpstart companies interested in creating drones with a specific use case or for building the next great application. Tune in to hear Dev and Chad share how Qualcomm and ModalAI are working together to spearhead the future of drones beyond a visual line of sight. Also, if you want to check out Chad's previous podcast with us, click here!    Their favorite local tacos: Dev: The Taco Stand in La Jolla Chad: Las Olas in Cardiff   Connect with Dev and Chad: Dev Singh Chad Sweet   Learn more about Qualcomm and ModalAI: Qualcomm Website: https://www.qualcomm.com/  Facebook: @Qualcomm Twitter: @Qualcomm Instagram: @qualcomm LinkedIn   ModalAI Website: https://www.modalai.com/  Facebook Twitter: @modal_ai Instagram: @modal_ai LinkedIn Thanks to our partners at Cox Business & Cox Edge for their support in enabling us to grow the San Diego ecosystem.

BSN Denver Nuggets Podcast
Nuggets get the best win of the season...but what will happen to Jokic?

BSN Denver Nuggets Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 86:27


Live from the Winner's Lounge. Adam, Dev, and Eric share their thoughts on the most impressive win of the season for the Denver Nuggets and breakdown all angles on the pair of cheap shots from Markieff Morris and Nikola Jokic.

Jake Gallen's Guest List Podcast
Crypto Nativs #5: Chatting with the Dev Team behind MooncatRescue, Ponderware!

Jake Gallen's Guest List Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 56:14


Ponderware is the original Dev team behind the 1st Generative Art, Cat NFT, and Naming NFT Collection on the Ethereum Blockchain, MoonCatRescue. The original Ponderware team was made up of 2 developers; Jurfles and WanderWonder. Midnight Lightning was added to the team within a few weeks of rediscovery in March of 2021, after being a community member since 2017. Paws was added as the Community Manager in May of 2021. |ponderware|-Discord-MoonCatRescue.com-Twitter-MoonCat.Community|JakeGallen|-Instagram-Twitter-Facebook-Linkedin|LISTEN and SUBSCRIBE to the platform of your choice|-Apple Podcasts-Spotify-Google Podcasts-Amazon Podcasts-Youtube (VIDEO RECORDINGS)

On Deck - A Steam Deck Podcast
Valve is checking the entire Steam Library!

On Deck - A Steam Deck Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 57:56


After each game is reviewed, it is categorized for its level of compatibility of Steam Deck. You'll see these categories on Steam, when you're browsing your library or shopping for games on Deck.

BSN Denver Nuggets Podcast
MPJ goes down, Jokic's block helps Nuggets survive

BSN Denver Nuggets Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 65:49


Live from the Winner's Lounge, Adam, Eric, and Dev share their takeaways from a closer-than-it-needed-to-be win over the Houston Rockets.

Wild Takes
SPOKED Z | Kirill breaks the seal! Jack Eichel to Vegas, Brandon Duhaime ROCKS, Which other Wild prospects will pan out?

Wild Takes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 46:13


On this episode of Wild Takes, Dev and Zooch are joined by Spoked Z to talk about how much he is loving this Wild season, his new podcast Juddz Budz, and which young players in the Wild's system will make the biggest impact on the franchise. They also give advice on how to get free money.It's a great episode, give it a try!

Loose Screws - The Elite Dangerous Podcast
Episode 110 - Unsuccessful water horse

Loose Screws - The Elite Dangerous Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 103:29


http://loosescrewsed.com Join us in discord! And check out the merch store! https://discord.io/LooseScrews Headlines for this episode: CQC and AX event recaps Squad Update: Managing a expansion and orienting its landing location Policing influence in our controlled systems, and fighting back a new wave of fedneck incursions Galnet Recap: https://community.elitedangerous.com/ (Bard presentation) Dev news: Tuesday Stream: Arf and Sally talk about stuff, and play a little Thrusday Lore Stream: Featuring Grinning Crow, Beetlejude, and Wotherspoon. Cheese. Got a good cheese thing for this week. Community Comms: Cmdr tessnic and hate have been putting together a special event, keep an eye out in the discord! If you like the show please rate and review on your podcast app, which helps people find the show. Join us on Discord at discord.io/loosescrews and check out the merch store at loosescrewsed.com for mugs, t-shirts, hoodies, and more.

No Plans to Merge
Caleb Keeps Buying Things (House, Fridge, M1)

No Plans to Merge

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 102:25


We're back. Everyone was awake at the agreed upon time. We talk about Caleb's house, The fridge. The facebook guys with trucks, the Macbooks and some Livewire and Alpine jazz

Minnesota Rundown
CHRIS LONG | Are the Vikings in Trouble? Ant's team or KAT's team? What kind of team are the Wild? Gophers control their own destiny! | 11-3-21

Minnesota Rundown

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 72:25


On this episode of the Minnesota Rundown, Dev fills in for JJ and is joined by KSTP's Chris Long on his return to the Rundown. They discuss whether the Vikings are in trouble or not, if this Wolves team is actually different than year's past or if they'll collapse like normal, try and put heads or tails on what kind of team the Wild are (disclaimer: recorded BEFORE that electric game against the Senators) and then talk a little Gophers football and how they somehow control their own destiny in the B1G West! Then they wrap it up with a little Cawlidge Hawkey talk and how great it is to be a hockey program in Minnesota.

Modernize or Die ® Podcast - CFML News Edition
Modernize or Die® - CFML News for November 2nd, 2021 - Episode 124

Modernize or Die ® Podcast - CFML News Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 44:16


2021-11-02 Weekly News - Episode 124Watch the video version on YouTube at https://youtu.be/ruRGbtZepqI Hosts: Gavin Pickin - Senior Developer for Ortus SolutionsThanks to our Sponsor - Ortus SolutionsThe makers of ColdBox, CommandBox, ForgeBox, TestBox and almost every other Box out there. A few ways  to say thanks back to Ortus Solutions: Like and subscribe to our videos on YouTube.  Subscribe to our Podcast Sign up for a free or paid account on CFCasts, which is releasing new content every week Buy Ortus's new Book - 102 ColdBox HMVC Quick Tips and Tricks on GumRoad (http://gum.co/coldbox-tips) Patreon SupportWe have 38 patreons providing 93% of the funding for our Modernize or Die Podcasts via our Patreon site: https://www.patreon.com/ortussolutionsNow offering Annual Memberships, pay for the year and save 10% - great for businesses.News and EventsCFML Spreadsheet 3.1 releasedSpreadsheet CFML v3.1.0 just released. Supports the latest POI 5.1.0 out today, plus minor fixes/updates. https://github.com/cfsimplicity/spreadsheet-cfml/commit/f5698850f7691a0bf5578d77f4f3635a47b28b1c Adobe 1 Day Workshop - Adobe ColdFusion Workshop with Damien BruyndonckxWed, November 10, 202109:00 - 17:00 CEST EUROPEANJoin the Adobe ColdFusion Workshop to learn how you and your agency can leverage ColdFusion to create amazing web content. This one-day training will cover all facets of Adobe ColdFusion that developers need to build applications that can run across multiple cloud providers or on-premise.https://coldfusion-workshop.meetus.adobeevents.com/ Online CF Meetup - "Migrating apps to ColdFusion 2021 from earlier versions", with Charlie ArehartThursday, November 4, 20219:00 AM to 10:00 AM PDTWhile CF2021 has been out now for a year (released in Nov 2020), many orgs may only now be considering moving to it, whether from CF2018 or perhaps CF2016, CF11, CF10, or even earlier. How have the versions changed, in ways that some older code may not run on CF2021? And if you're skipping some CF version/s, what might have tripped you up in those, though not really "new" in CF2021 itself? And what can you do to mitigate such challenges?In this session, CF troubleshooter Charlie Arehart will share from his experience helping folks make such migrations the past year (and for years with previous CF versions), whether in his role as an independent consultant or providing assistance to the CF community. He'll cover things you can consider in advance of the migration as well as things that might help during or after the migration. Most importantly, this talk will focus on the differences between CF2021 and various earlier CF versions. (Note that he has previously given a talk on migrating CF admin settings, and he plans a future talk on some other aspects of migration.)https://www.meetup.com/coldfusionmeetup/events/281800384/ ICYMI - Online CF Meetup - Using LaunchDarkly for feature flag management in CF applications, w/ Brad WoodThursday, October 28, 2021 at 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM PDTFeature flags are a system of enabling certain functionality in your app based on test groups, cross-cutting segments of users, and your internal release processes. Feature flags can be updated on the fly at any time by any user and don't require deploying new code to your servers. LaunchDarkly is a system that helps you manage your feature flags and how they respond to the users of your site. It offers detailed tracking of each user, each flag, and a robust set of rules for determining which users see which features. In this session, we'll see an overview of how to use the new LaunchDarkly SDK which can be used in ColdFusion applications. Demos will include both ColdBox apps and non-ColdBox legacy apps.https://www.meetup.com/coldfusionmeetup/events/281577538/ Recording: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cjboLKvbGDc Ortus Webinar for November - Javier Quintero on ForgeBox BusinessDetails coming soonCBWire is ALIVE!!!Grant Copley is knocking out some great new features and documentation on CBWire, follow him or the #cbwire hashtag to keep up on everything. This session at ITB was great if you want to learn more about CBWire.A couple of links from his tweets.https://cbwire.ortusbooks.com/templates/loading-states#toggling-attributes https://cbwire.ortusbooks.com/component-features/logging CFCasts Content Updateshttps://www.cfcasts.com Just Released Up and Running with Quick Step 11 Exercise Step 12 Exercise Gavin Pickin on Building Quick APIs - Extended Version (FREE) Coming this weekRecordings in Spanish - University classes, Zero to Hero and moreSend your suggestions at https://cfcasts.com/supportConferences and TrainingMicrosoft Ignite - THIS WEEKNovember 2–4, 2021 Opportunity awaits, with dedicated content spotlighting Microsoft Business Applications and Microsoft Security.https://myignite.microsoft.com/homeDeploy by Digital OceanTHE VIRTUAL CONFERENCE FOR GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT TEAMSNovember 16-17, 2021 https://deploy.digitalocean.com/homeAWS re:InventNOV. 29 – DEC. 3, 2021 | LAS VEGAS, NVCELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF RE:INVENTVirtual: FreeIn Person: $1799https://reinvent.awsevents.com/ Postgres BuildOnline - FreeNov 30-Dev 1 2021https://www.postgresbuild.com/ ITB Latam 2021December 2-3, 2021Into the Box LATAM is back and better than ever! Our virtual conference will include speakers from El Salvador and all over the world, who'll present on the latest web and mobile technologies in Latin America.Registration is completely free so don't miss out!https://latam.intothebox.org/ Adobe ColdFusion Summit 2021December 7th and 8th - VirtualSpeakers are finalized and some Speakers and some session descriptions are now on the siteRegister for Free - https://cfsummit.vconfex.com/site/adobe-cold-fusion-summit-2021/1290Blog - https://coldfusion.adobe.com/2021/09/adobe-coldfusion-summit-2021-registrations-open/ Tweet from Mark Takata - OK! I can finally let you all know that for the @Adobe @coldfusion #CFSummit2021 keynote we will be featuring @ashleymcnamara! Her talk will focus on the history & future of DevRel how we got here & where we're going.cfsummit.vconfex.com to register!#CFML #DevRel #conferencehttps://twitter.com/MarkTakata/status/1449063259072438277 https://twitter.com/MarkTakata jConf.devNow a free virtual eventDecember 9th starting at 8:30 am CDT/2:30 pm UTC.https://2021.jconf.dev/?mc_cid=b62adc151d&mc_eid=8293d6fdb0 More conferencesNeed more conferences, this site has a huge list of conferences for almost any language/community.https://confs.tech/Blogs, Tweets and Videos of the WeekBlog - Charlie Arehart - FusionReactor 8.7.4 released, now tracks JDBC time and more on request list pagesFusionReactor version 8.7.4 was released recently (Oct 28. 2021), and while the release notes list several improvement (and a few bug fixes), I want to highlight in particular a couple of new features.TLDR; The first improvement is one I've been looking forward to for years: the display (on request list pages) of JDBC time spent and time spent calling out to remote services. This will really speed up assessment of the reason of slowness in listed requests. More on that feature (including a screenshot) and still another, below.https://www.carehart.org/blog/client/index.cfm/2021/11/1/fusionreactor_8_7_4_released Blog - Julian Halliwell - Lucee Spreadsheet is now Spreadsheet CFMLThe Lucee Spreadsheet library was born of my frustration 7 years ago at the difficulty of getting spreadsheet functionality to work in Railo and then Lucee.Not long after its release, I started getting requests to support Adobe ColdFusion (ACF). This seemed a bit odd at first. ACF already had built-in spreadsheet functionality so why would you need a third-party tool?The main reason is cross-platform compatibility: allowing for a code base (such as Preside CMS) to run on either CFML engine.https://blog.simplicityweb.co.uk/124/lucee-spreadsheet-is-now-spreadsheet-cfml Blog - Ben Nadel - The Value Class java.time.LocalDateTime Cannot Be Converted To A Date In ColdFusionYesterday, I went to debug an issue with the latest Adobe ColdFusion 2018 Updater. So, I first updated my CommandBox Docker Image (in an effort to reproduce the issue in my local development environment). This sent me down a 4-hour rabbit hole just trying to getting my ColdFusion site up-and-running before I could even debug the originally issue. One of the problems that I ran up against was an incompatibility with Adobe ColdFusion and the latest MySQL Connector/J, version 8.0.23+.https://www.bennadel.com/blog/4144-the-value-class-java-time-localdatetime-cannot-be-converted-to-a-date-in-coldfusion.htmBlog - Ben Nadel - From ColdFusion 10 To ColdFusion 2018 - Preparing For Some Blog LoveThis blog is hella old. It started back in 2006 on Macromedia ColdFusion MX 7. At some point, it was updated to ColdFusion 10, where it remained for the better part of a decade. Recently, I updated it to Adobe ColdFusion 2018. But, the underlying code is still hella old and in much need of some love and tenderness. I'd like to put some time into modernizing the internals. But, before I do that, I need to get a sense of what "modernization" even means when moving from ColdFusion 10 to ColdFusion 2018. This post is really a note to self that refreshes my brain as to what functionality is now available to me in the current Adobe ColdFusion 2018 install.https://www.bennadel.com/blog/4145-from-coldfusion-10-to-coldfusion-2018-preparing-for-some-blog-love.htm Blog - Ben Nadel - Managing Shared Secret Token Rotation Across Systems In Lucee CFML 5.3.7.47When two systems interact, a shared secret is often included with inter-system communication in order to make sure that the given calls are both authorized and have not been tampered with. For various reasons, those shared secrets need to be rotated over time. And, since multiple systems - that need to agree on which secrets are valid - cannot be deployed at the exact same moment, we need to have a token rotation strategy that allows for different systems to rotate tokens at different times. Since I've recently had to deal with this type of token rotation in my ColdFusion applications, I thought it would be good to codify my thoughts in a small demo in Lucee CFML 5.3.7.47.https://www.bennadel.com/blog/4142-managing-shared-secret-token-rotation-across-systems-in-lucee-cfml-5-3-7-47.htm Blog - Ben Nadel - Securing ColdFusion Scheduled Tasks In A Docker Container Using Lucee CFML 5.3.8.206As I mentioned in my previous post on managing shared secret token rotation across systems, I've been cleaning up some really old code, moving hard-coded passwords into environment variables. One place in which we had a hard-coded password was in our ColdFusion Scheduled Task ingress. As I was updating this code, it occurred to me that the Docker-based reality in which many of us now live has implications on the way in which we can secure our ColdFusion scheduled tasks. As such, I wanted to put together a small demo exploring the various ways in which we can secure a ColdFusion scheduled task running in a Dockerized container using Lucee CFML 5.3.8.206.https://www.bennadel.com/blog/4143-securing-coldfusion-scheduled-tasks-in-a-docker-container-using-lucee-cfml-5-3-8-206.htmTweet - Steven Erat - Mind Blown this Week!Mind blown this week. Watching #AdobeMax highlight projects I work on at Adobe Stock while following commentary from (#ColdFusion's) @benforta, dovetailing into #CFML podcast by @gpickin & @bdw429s, finally realizing #Selenium4 has been released this week. https://twitter.com/stevenerat/status/1453424787150180353https://twitter.com/stevenerat CFML JobsSeveral positions available on https://www.getcfmljobs.com/Listing over 226 ColdFusion positions from 102 companies across 123 locations in 5 Countries.5 new jobs listedFull-Time - Quality Assurance Engineer w/ ColdFusion Knowledge - Remote .. - United States Posted Nov 02https://www.getcfmljobs.com/jobs/index.cfm/united-states/Quality-Assurance-Engineer-w-ColdFusion-Knowledge-Remote-Position-at-Denver-CO/11374 Full-Time - Web Developer at Denver, CO - United States Posted Oct 29https://www.getcfmljobs.com/viewjob.cfm?jobid=11372Full-Time - HTML / Coldfusion Developer - Salford Quays + WFH at Salford.. - United Kingdom Posted Oct 29https://www.getcfmljobs.com/jobs/index.cfm/united-kingdom/HTML-Coldfusion-Developer-Salford-Quays-WFH-at-Salford/11373Full-Time - Coldfusion Developer at California - United States Posted Oct 29https://www.getcfmljobs.com/jobs/index.cfm/united-states/Coldfusion-Developer-at-California/11371 Full-Time -  Coldfusion Developer at Texas - United States Posted Oct 28https://www.getcfmljobs.com/jobs/index.cfm/united-states/Coldfusion-Developer-at-Texas/11370ForgeBox Module of the WeekColdBox ReCAPTCHA Google v3.0 Module By Javier Quintero for Ortus SolutionsThis module contains helpers for using Google's ReCAPTCHA API.reCAPTCHA is a free service that protects your site from spam and abuse. It uses advanced risk analysis techniques to tell humans and bots apart.reCAPTCHA v3 returns a score for each request without user friction. The score is based on interactions with your site and enables you to take an appropriate action for your site. Register reCAPTCHA v3 keys here: https://g.co/recaptcha/v3 https://www.forgebox.io/view/recaptcha3 VS Code Hint Tips and Tricks of the WeekSQLTools By Matheus Teixeira Database management done right. Connection explorer, query runner, intellisense, bookmarks, query history. Feel like a database hero!https://vscode-sqltools.mteixeira.dev/ https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=mtxr.sqltools Thank you to all of our Patreon SupportersThese individuals are personally supporting our open source initiatives to ensure the great toolings like CommandBox, ForgeBox, ColdBox,  ContentBox, TestBox and all the other boxes keep getting the continuous development they need, and funds the cloud infrastructure at our community relies on like ForgeBox for our Package Management with CommandBox. You can support us on Patreon here https://www.patreon.com/ortussolutionsNow offering Annual Memberships, pay for the year and save 10% - great for businesses. Bronze Packages and up, now get a ForgeBox Pro and CFCasts subscriptions as a perk for their Patreon Subscription. All Patreon supporters have a Profile badge on the Community Website All Patreon supporters have their own Private Forum access on the Community Website Patreons John Wilson - Synaptrix  Eric Hoffman Gary Knight Mario Rodrigues Giancarlo Gomez David Belanger Jonathan Perret Jeffry McGee - Sunstar Media Dean Maunder Joseph Lamoree Don Bellamy Jan Jannek Laksma Tirtohadi Carl Von Stetten Dan Card Jeremy Adams Jordan Clark Matthew Clemente Daniel Garcia Scott Steinbeck - Agri Tracking Systems Ben Nadel Mingo Hagen Brett DeLine Kai Koenig Charlie Arehart Jonas Eriksson Jason Daiger Jeff McClain Shawn Oden Matthew Darby Ross Phillips Edgardo Cabezas Patrick Flynn Stephany Monge Kevin Wright Steven Klotz You can see an up to date list of all sponsors on Ortus Solutions' Websitehttps://ortussolutions.com/about-us/sponsors ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

We Ship It Podcast
Ep. 58: HALLOWEEN SPECIAL: Macbeth & Lady Macbeth!

We Ship It Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 45:03


A few days late, but worth the wait! Steph and Dev talk about the Macbeths on this spooky episode! Do we ship it? Listen to find out! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/weshipitpodcast/support

Steelers Realm
Pound da Browns - SRP S3-E39-140 11-1-2021

Steelers Realm

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 47:14


Join JT and TA of Steelers Realm (we miss you Dev!), as we give our take on the win over the BrownsTopics include:Mayfield or KeenumWhat was that call?Highlights and our favorite plays of the gameSUPPORT STEELERS REALM BUY US A COFFEE!!!   https://www.buymeacoffee.com/SteelersRealmSteelers Realm Podcast is powered by Riverside.FM HD Audio/Video remote conferencing software.  Sign up for your free trial here  Riverside.FMFor more incredible Steelers content from Steel City Star make sure to check out his new website!Steel City Star Homepage: SteelCityStar.comTwitter - https://twitter.com/steelcitystar/status/1409583915333918722Make sure to check out our affiliates:*Instacart: instacart.oloiyb.net/A9yPK*Diamondcbd.com 60% off use coupon code: STEELREALMThank You For Your Support! Like and share at SteelersRealm.comTwitter: https://twitter.com/steelers_realmInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/steelersrealmpodcast/Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/SteelersRealm/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQiu7Qa7Ovi6U3r2ztIcErQ

Cybercrimeology
Dispatch CyberPolice or CyberSoldiers? The Complexities of High and Low Policing in Cyberspace

Cybercrimeology

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 40:24


About our Guest:Dr. Chad Whelanhttps://www.deakin.edu.au/about-deakin/people/chad-whelan#Papers mentioned in this episode:Dupont, B., & Whelan, C. (2021). Enhancing relationships between criminology and cybersecurity. Journal of criminology, 00048658211003925.https://doi.org/10.1177%2F00048658211003925Manuscript available from the University of Montreal Other:About the Darkside cybercrime group:https://krebsonsecurity.com/2021/05/a-closer-look-at-the-darkside-ransomware-gang/https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DarkSide_(hacking_group)About the REvil  cybercrime group:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/REvilSome technical information:https://unit42.paloaltonetworks.com/revil-threat-actors/ A timeline of some interesting developments related to this issue:2021, May 14. The moral underground? Ransomware operators retreat after Colonial Pipeline hackhttps://intel471.com/blog/darkside-ransomware-shut-down-revil-avaddon-cybercrime2021, June 7 .Department of Justice Seizes $2.3 Million in Cryptocurrency Paid to the Ransomware Extortionists Darksidehttps://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/department-justice-seizes-23-million-cryptocurrency-paid-ransomware-extortionists-darkside2021, July 20 Operation Orcus Task Force Established To Fight Ransomware Gangshttps://australiancybersecuritymagazine.com.au/operation-orcus-task-force-established-to-fight-ransomware-gangs/2021, Aug 5 Ransomware Gangs and the Name Game Distractionhttps://krebsonsecurity.com/2021/08/ransomware-gangs-and-the-name-game-distraction/2021, Oct 5. NSA chief predicts U.S. will face ransomware ‘every single day' for years to come ("Ransomware is a national security issue. I firmly believe that.”)https://therecord.media/nsa-chief-predicts-u-s-will-face-ransomware-every-single-day-for-years-to-come/2021, Oct 7.Netherlands can use intelligence or armed forces to respond to ransomware attackshttps://therecord.media/netherlands-can-use-intelligence-or-armed-forces-to-respond-to-ransomware-attacks/2021, Oct 11.UK cyber head says Russia responsible for 'devastating' ransomware attackshttps://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-58877433.amp2021, Oct 21. Governments turn tables on ransomware gang REvil by pushing it offlinehttps://www.reuters.com/technology/exclusive-governments-turn-tables-ransomware-gang-revil-by-pushing-it-offline-2021-10-21/2021, Oct 25. Groove Calls for Cyberattacks on US as REvil Paybackhttps://threatpost.com/groove-ransomware-revil-revenge-us-cyberattacks/175726/Other Other:The intro for this was drawn from a 1968 film on the role of PSYOPS in assisting developing countries in cementing their shiny new system of government installed by the US called "Psychological Operations in Support of Internal Defense and Development Assistance Programs " which is in the Public Domain and available from https://archive.org/details/0095_Psychological_Operations_in_Support_of_Internal_Defense_and_Dev_07_21_47_00

Personality Development
Conversation with Dev Sangoi: An 11 Year Old Author

Personality Development

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 26:13


Dev Sangoi an 11 Year old Author, wrote this Amazing Novel naming "Friends: The Secret Adventure". Dev is also a Guitarist, Casio Player ane he plays many more Musical Instruments. He also channelizes his creativity in Achoring and being a Stand Up Comedian. In this episode, he shares his motivation and a bit about the book which he has written. Make sure to listen to the entire episdoe to know this little fellow. If you want to buy his book, you are just a click away, just click on the link below: Amazon Link: https://www.amazon.in/dp/1685090818/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_glt_fabc_RXM5E4S2CK6N2WFGMVZS Flipkart: https://dl.flipkart.com/s/w7jQNhNNNN You can also connect with him on his Instagram: Dev Sangoi Instragram Link: https://instagram.com/devsangoi27 If you have any suggestions for the Podcast, do submit your valuable feedback on the Website or on E-Mail: Website: https://podcast-on-personality-development.yolasite.com/ E-Mail: adi4193@gmail.com Do follow Instagram, if you have any questions for the Guests: Instagtam: https://www.instagram.com/personalitydevelopmentpodcast

The Talk of the Street: A Coronation Street Podcast
October 29, 2021 - Liquor and Knicker

The Talk of the Street: A Coronation Street Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 87:20


In the aftermath of Horror Nation Street, David tries to keep the lid on how his sinkhole was probably the sinkhole responsible for all the other sinkholes and, by extension, Johnny's death. For reasons not entirely understood or palatable, we have to send Natasha off to the Big Hair Salon in That London in the Sky, as Nick worries about Sam's, and his, ability to cope. Dev is determined to overcompensate for leaving Aadi for dead in a burning car so makes him assistant manager to his empire, a position that seems to make Aadi even more resentful. The mystery of the missing Weathy County rucksack is finally resolved to a non-disco-dancing homeless gentleman named Stu, which gets Nina and Asha working closely to do some hardcore detective work. Emma tries to talk Steve into funding research into Curtis's hair loss with money raised for Oliver. Ryan overhears Zeedan conducting some shady business in the Alleyway of Doom. A missing gun and missing note cause separate but equally important issues for Abi who is trying to organize her wedding at last. Hashim walks into a cameraman. Steve finishes his crossword. Daisy's not for sharing her pain au chocolat.

Loose Screws - The Elite Dangerous Podcast
Episode 109 - Shorter Straws

Loose Screws - The Elite Dangerous Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 60:11


http://loosescrewsed.com Join us on discord! And check out the merch store! https://discord.io/LooseScrews Headlines for this episode: CQC and AX event recaps Squad Update: Pushing old-man Ross 310 back into expansion. Minor system maintenance, preparing to take control. Calm period of consolidation and enjoying events. Galnet Recap: https://community.elitedangerous.com/ (Bard presentation) Dev news: Tuesday Stream: Zac vs. Bruce PvP Wednesday: Update 8 https://forums.frontier.co.uk/threads/elite-dangerous-odyssey-update-8-notes.592174/ Thrusday: Patch to fix the capped thargoid bonds limit and general post update 8 issues https://forums.frontier.co.uk/threads/elite-dangerous-horizons-thargoid-combat-bond-cap-fix-post-update-general-issues.592263/ Arx weekly cap increased to 1200 until Nov 4 Halloween Stream https://forums.frontier.co.uk/threads/elite-halloween-stream-2021-win-decals-headsets-hotas-more.592138/ Dev Update Discussion: https://forums.frontier.co.uk/threads/development-update-5-october.592282/ Cheese. Community Comms: If you like the show please rate and review on your podcast app, which helps people find the show. Join us on Discord at discord.io/loosescrews and check out the merch store at loosescrewsed.com for mugs, t-shirts, hoodies, and more.

The History of Computing
Our Friend, The Commodore Amiga

The History of Computing

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 13:32


Jay Miner was born in 1932 in Arizona. He got his Bachelor of Science at the University of California at Berkeley and helped design calculators that used the fancy new MOS chips where he cut his teeth doing microprocessor design, which put him working on the MOS 6500 series chips. Atari decided to use those in the VCS gaming console and so he ended up going to work for Atari. Things were fine under Bushnell but once he was off to do Chuck E Cheese and Time-Warner was running Atari things started to change. There he worked on chip designs that would go into the Atari 400 and 800 computers, which were finally released in 1979. But by then, Miner was gone after he couldn't get in step with the direction Atari was taking. So he floated around for a hot minute doing chip design for other companies until Larry Kaplan called. Kaplan had been at Atari and founded Activision in 1979. He had half a dozen games under his belt by then, but was ready for something different by 1982. He and Doug Neubauer saw the Nintendo NES was still using the MOS 6502 core, although now a Ricoh 2A03. They knew they could do better. Miner's company didn't want in on it, so they struck out on their own. Together they started a company called Hi-Toro, which they quickly renamed to Amiga. They originally wanted to build a new game console based on the Motorola 68000 chips, which were falling in price. They'd seen what Apple could do with the MOS 6502 chips and what Tandy did with the Z-80. These new chips were faster and had more options. Everyone knew Apple was working on the Lisa using the chips and they were slowly coming down in price. They pulled in $6 million in funding and started to build a game console, codenamed Lorraine. But to get cash flow, they worked on joysticks and various input devices for other gaming platforms. But development was expensive and they were burning through cash. So they went to Atari and signed a contract to give them exclusive access to the chips they were creating. And of course, then came the video game crash of 1983. Amazing timing. That created a shakeup around the industry. Jack Tramiel was out at Commodore, the company he founded originally to create calculators at the dawn of MOS chip technology. And Tramiel bought Atari from Time Warner. The console they were supposed to give Atari wasn't done yet. Meanwhile Tramiel had cut most of the Atari team and was bringing in his trusted people from Commodore, so seeing they'd have to contend with a titan like Tramiel, the team at Amiga went looking for investors. That's when Commodore bought Amiga to become their new technical team and next thing you know, Tramiel sues Commodore and that drags on from 1983 to 1987. Meanwhile, the nerds worked away. And by CES of 1984 they were able to show off the power of the graphics with a complex animation of a ball spinning and bouncing and shadows rendered on the ball. Even if the OS wasn't quite done yet, there was a buzz. By 1985, they announced The Amiga from Commodore - what we now know as the Amiga 1000. The computer was prone to crash, they had very little marketing behind them, but they were getting sales into the high thousands per month. Not only was Amiga competing with the rest of the computer industry, but they were competing with the PET and VIC-20, which Commodore was still selling. So they finally killed off those lines and created a strategy where they would produce a high end machine and a low end machine. These would become the Amiga 2000 and 500. Then the Amiga 3000 and 500 Plus, and finally the 4000 and 1200 lines. The original chips evolved into the ECS then AGA chipsets but after selling nearly 5,000,000 machines, they just couldn't keep up with missteps from Commodore after Irving Gould outside yet another CEO. But those Amiga machines. They were powerful and some of the first machines that could truly crunch the graphics and audio. And those higher end markets responded with tooling built specifically for the Amiga. Artists like Andy Warhol flocked to the platform. We got LightWave used on shows like Max Headroom. I can still remember that Money For Nothing video from Dire Straits. And who could forget Dev. The graphics might not have aged well but they were cutting edge at the time. When I toured colleges in that era, nearly every art department had a lab of Amigas doing amazing things. And while artists like Calvin Harris might have started out on an Amiga, many slowly moved to the Mac over the ensuing years. Commodore had emerged from a race to the bottom in price and bought themselves a few years in the wake of Jack Tramiel's exit. But the platform wars were raging with Microsoft DOS and then Windows rising out of the ashes of the IBM PC and IBM-compatible clone makers were standardizing. Yet Amiga stuck with the Motorola chips, even as Apple was first in line to buy them from the assembly line. Amiga had designed many of their own chips and couldn't compete with the clone makers at the lower end of the market or the Mac at the higher end. Nor the specialty systems running variants of Unix that were also on the rise. And while the platform had promised to sell a lot of games, the sales were a fourth or less of the other platforms and so game makers slowly stopped porting to the Amiga. They even tried to build early set-top machines, with the CDTV model, which they thought would help them merge the coming set-top television control and the game market using CD-based games. They saw MPEG coming but just couldn't cash in on the market. We were entering into an era of computing where it was becoming clear that the platform that could attract the most software titles would be the most popular, despite the great chipsets. The operating system had started slow. Amiga had a preemptive multitasking kernel and the first version looked like a DOS windowing screen when it showed up iii 1985. Unlike the Mac or Windows 1 it had a blue background with oranges interspersed. It wasn't awesome but it did the trick for a bit. But Workbench 2 was released for the Amiga 3000. They didn't have a lot of APIs so developers were often having to write their own tools where other operating systems gave them APIs. It was far more object-oriented than many of its competitors at the time though, and even gave support for multiple languages and hypertext schemes and browsers. Workbench 3 came in 1992, along with the A4000. There were some spiffy updates but by then there were less and less people working on the project. And the tech debt piled up. Like a lack of memory protection in the Exec kernel meant any old task could crash the operating system. By then, Miner was long gone. He again clashed with management at the company he founded, which had been purchased. Without the technical geniuses around, as happens with many companies when the founders move on, they seemed almost listless. They famously only built features people asked for. Unlike Apple, who guided the industry. Miner passed away in 1994. Less than two years later, Commodore went bankrupt in 1996. The Amiga brand was bought and sold to a number of organizations but nothing more ever became of them. Having defeated Amiga, the Tramiel family sold off Atari in 1996 as well. The age of game consoles by American firms would be over until Microsoft released the Xbox in 2001. IBM had pivoted out of computers and the web, which had been created in 1989 was on the way in full force by then. The era of hacking computers together was officially over.

PHP Town Hall
Episode 83: A catch up and a car crash

PHP Town Hall

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 72:48


Ben and Matt catch up since its been a minute since it's just the two of them have talked. They talk all kinds of things about life, conferences, getting hit by a car and how to best impersonate Chuck Norris style rolls.

Modernize or Die ® Podcast - CFML News Edition
Modernize or Die® - CFML News for October 27th, 2021 - Episode 123

Modernize or Die ® Podcast - CFML News Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 65:44


2021-10-27 Weekly News - Episode 123Watch the video version on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dLQhiLcHpH0 Hosts: Brad Wood - Senior Developer for Ortus SolutionsGavin Pickin - Senior Developer for Ortus SolutionsThanks to our Sponsor - Ortus SolutionsThe makers of ColdBox, CommandBox, ForgeBox, TestBox and almost every other Box out there. A few ways  to say thanks back to Ortus Solutions: Like and subscribe to our videos on YouTube.  Sign up for a free or paid account on CFCasts, which is releasing new content every week Buy Ortus's new Book - 102 ColdBox HMVC Quick Tips and Tricks on GumRoad (http://gum.co/coldbox-tips) Patreon SupportWe have 37 patreons providing 93% of the funding for our Modernize or Die Podcasts via our Patreon site: https://www.patreon.com/ortussolutions. Now offering Annual Memberships, pay for the year and save 10% - great for businesses.News and EventsPreside Version 10.16.0 is outSee our release and upgrade notes/video:Video: https://t.co/OZo8qRURWe Release Notes: https://t.co/bSt8vA9OT3 Documentation: https://t.co/k3P3rHff6k Online CF Meetup - Using LaunchDarkly for feature flag management in CF applications, w/ Brad WoodThursday, October 28, 2021 at 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM PDTFeature flags are a system of enabling certain functionality in your app based on test groups, cross-cutting segments of users, and your internal release processes. Feature flags can be updated on the fly at any time by any user and don't require deploying new code to your servers. LaunchDarkly is a system that helps you manage your feature flags and how they respond to the users of your site. It offers detailed tracking of each user, each flag, and a robust set of rules for determining which users see which features. In this session, we'll see an overview of how to use the new LaunchDarkly SDK which can be used in ColdFusion applications. Demos will include both ColdBox apps and non-ColdBox legacy apps.https://www.meetup.com/coldfusionmeetup/events/281577538/ Adobe 1 Day Workshop - Adobe ColdFusion Workshop with Damien BruyndonckxWed, November 10, 202109:00 - 17:00 CEST EUROPEANJoin the Adobe ColdFusion Workshop to learn how you and your agency can leverage ColdFusion to create amazing web content. This one-day training will cover all facets of Adobe ColdFusion that developers need to build applications that can run across multiple cloud providers or on-premise.https://coldfusion-workshop.meetus.adobeevents.com/ ICYMI - Into the Box 2021 - Videos are now availableVideos are now available on CFCasts!https://cfcasts.com/series/into-the-box-2021Free for subscribers; Free for ITB 2021 attendees; available as a one-time purchase for $199.If you bought a ticket to Into the Box 2021 and have not received a coupon for access to the videos on CFCasts, please contact us from the CFCasts support page. https://cfcasts.com/supportICYMI - Ortus Webinar for October - Gavin Pickin - Building Quick APIs - the extended versionIn this session we will use ColdBox's built in REST BaseHandler, and with CBSecurity and Quick ORM we will set up a secure API using fluent query language - and you'll see how quick Quick development can be!https://www.ortussolutions.com/events/webinarsRecording will be posted to CFCasts soonHacktoberfest 2021Support open source throughout October!Hacktoberfest encourages participation in the open source community, which grows bigger every year. Complete the 2021 challenge and earn a limited edition T-shirt.GIVING TO OPEN SOURCEOpen-source projects keep the internet humming—but they can't do it without resources. Donate and support their awesome work.TREES NOT TEESRather than receive t-shirts as swag, you can choose to have a tree planted in your name and help make Hacktoberfest 2021 more carbon neutral.To win a reward, you must sign up on the Hacktoberfest site and make four pull requests on any repositories classified with the 'hacktoberfest 'topic on GitHub or GitLab by October 31. If an Ortus Solutions repo that you want to contribute to is not marked with the `hacktoberfest` topic, please let us know so we can fix it.https://hacktoberfest.digitalocean.com/ CFCasts Content Updateshttps://www.cfcasts.com Just ReleasedUp and Running with Quick Testing with Quick Step 11 Exercise Coming this week Up and Running with Quick Building Quick APIs Send your suggestions at https://cfcasts.com/supportConferences and TrainingMicrosoft IgniteNovember 2–4, 2021 Opportunity awaits, with dedicated content spotlighting Microsoft Business Applications and Microsoft Security.https://myignite.microsoft.com/homeDeploy by Digital OceanTHE VIRTUAL CONFERENCE FOR GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT TEAMSNovember 16-17, 2021 https://deploy.digitalocean.com/homeAWS re:InventNOV. 29 – DEC. 3, 2021 | LAS VEGAS, NVCELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF RE:INVENTVirtual: FreeIn Person: $1799https://reinvent.awsevents.com/ Postgres BuildOnline - FreeNov 30-Dev 1 2021https://www.postgresbuild.com/ ITB Latam 2021December 2-3, 2021Into the Box LATAM is back and better than ever! Our virtual conference will include speakers from El Salvador and all over the world, who'll present on the latest web and mobile technologies in Latin America.Registration is completely free so don't miss out!https://latam.intothebox.org/ Adobe ColdFusion Summit 2021December 7th and 8th - VirtualSpeakers are finalized and some Speakers and some session descriptions are now on the siteRegister for Free - https://cfsummit.vconfex.com/site/adobe-cold-fusion-summit-2021/1290Blog - https://coldfusion.adobe.com/2021/09/adobe-coldfusion-summit-2021-registrations-open/ Tweet from Mark Takata OK! I can finally let you all know that for the @Adobe @coldfusion #CFSummit2021 keynote we will be featuring @ashleymcnamara! Her talk will focus on the history & future of DevRel how we got here & where we're going.cfsummit.vconfex.com to register!#CFML #DevRel #conferencehttps://twitter.com/MarkTakata/status/1449063259072438277 https://twitter.com/MarkTakata jConf.devNow a free virtual eventDecember 9th starting at 8:30 am CDT/2:30 pm UTC.https://2021.jconf.dev/?mc_cid=b62adc151d&mc_eid=8293d6fdb0 More conferencesNeed more conferences, this site has a huge list of conferences for almost any language/community.https://confs.tech/Blogs, Tweets and Videos of the WeekBlog - Ben Nadel - Reading Environment (ENV) Variables From The Server Scope In Lucee CFML 5.3.7.47This is a pro-tip that I originally picked up from Julian Halliwell a few years ago. However, I sometimes talk to people who don't realize that this is possible. So, I wanted to try and amplify Julian's post. In Lucee CFML, you can read environment (ENV) variables directly out of the server scope. They are just automatically there - no dipping into the Java layer or dealing with the java.lang.System class. Lucee CFML brings these values to the surface for easy consumption.https://www.bennadel.com/blog/4140-reading-environment-env-variables-from-the-server-scope-in-lucee-cfml-5-3-7-47.htm Blog - Ben Nadel - Making SQL Queries More Flexible With LIKE In MySQL 5.7.32 And Lucee CFML 5.3.7.47While you might stand-up something like Elasticsearch, Lucene, or Solr in order to provide robust and flexible text-based searches in your ColdFusion application, your relational database is more than capable of performing (surprisingly fast) pattern matching on TEXT and VARCHAR fields using the LIKE operator. This is especially true if the SQL query in question is already being limited based on an indexed value. At InVision, I often use the LIKE operator to allow for light-weight text-based searches. And, as of late, I've been massaging the inputs in order to make the matches even more flexible, allowing for some slightly fuzzy matching in Lucee CFML 5.3.7.47.https://www.bennadel.com/blog/4137-making-sql-queries-more-flexible-with-like-in-mysql-5-7-32-and-lucee-cfml-5-3-7-47.htm Blog - Ben Nadel - Creating A Group-Based Incrementing Value In MySQL 5.7.32 And Lucee CFML 5.3.7.47In the past few weeks, I've been learning a lot about how I can leverage SERIALIZABLE transactions in MySQL, the scope of said transactions, and some hidden gotchas around locking empty rows. As a means to lock (no pun intended) some of that information in my head-meat, I thought it would be a fun code kata to create a Jira-inspired ticketing system in Lucee CFML 5.3.7.47 that uses an application-defined, group-based incrementing value in MySQL 5.7.32.https://www.bennadel.com/blog/4135-creating-a-group-based-incrementing-value-in-mysql-5-7-32-and-lucee-cfml-5-3-7-47.htm Blog - Ben Nadel - Creating A Group-Based Incrementing Value Using LAST_INSERT_ID() In MySQL 5.7.32 And Lucee CFML 5.3.7.47Yesterday, I took inspiration from Jira's ticketing system and explored the idea of creating a group-based incrementing value in MySQL. In my approach, I used a SERIALIZABLE transaction to safely "update and read" a shared sequence value across parallel threads. In response to that post, my InVision co-worker - Michael Dropps - suggested that I look at using LAST_INSERT_ID(expr) to achieve the same outcome with less transaction isolation. I had never seen the LAST_INSERT_ID() function used with an expression argument before. So, I wanted to revisit yesterday's post using this technique.https://www.bennadel.com/blog/4136-creating-a-group-based-incrementing-value-using-last-insert-id-in-mysql-5-7-32-and-lucee-cfml-5-3-7-47.htm Blog / Documentation - Zac Spitszer - Building and testing Lucee extensions documentationI have written up a detailed guide on how to Build and Test Lucee Extensions, using Lucee Script Runner and Apache Ant.It's a little bit complicated to setup, but I have developed a toolchain, which once set up, makes the entire process really dead simple.https://dev.lucee.org/t/building-and-testing-lucee-extensions-documentation/9053 Tweet - Mark Takata - Adobe - The CF Summit 2021 Keynote announcementOK! I can finally let you all know that for the @Adobe @coldfusion #CFSummit2021 keynote we will be featuring @ashleymcnamara! Her talk will focus on the history & future of DevRel how we got here & where we're going.cfsummit.vconfex.com to register!#CFML #DevRel #conferencehttps://twitter.com/MarkTakata/status/1449063259072438277 https://twitter.com/MarkTakata Tweet - Ben Nadel - Monolith DeploysIt's 10:50 AM.I work in a monolithic #Lucee #CFML codebase.And, I just started my 3rd deployment of the day.It's amazing how much work you can get done when you stop worrying about what other people think of your technology choices.

Syntax - Tasty Web Development Treats
Horror Web Dev Stories - 2021

Syntax - Tasty Web Development Treats

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 51:02


For episode 400, Scott and Wes talk about web dev horror stories - 2021 edition! LogRocket - Sponsor LogRocket lets you replay what users do on your site, helping you reproduce bugs and fix issues faster. It's an exception tracker, a session re-player and a performance monitor. Get 14 days free at logrocket.com/syntax. Mux - Sponsor Mux Video is an API-first platform that makes it easy for any developer to build beautiful video. Powered by data and designed by video experts, your video will work perfectly on every device, every time. Mux Video handles storage, encoding, and delivery so you can focus on building your product. Live streaming is just as easy and Mux will scale with you as you grow, whether you're serving a few dozen streams or a few million. Visit mux.com/syntax. Linode - Sponsor Whether you're working on a personal project or managing enterprise infrastructure, you deserve simple, affordable, and accessible cloud computing solutions that allow you to take your project to the next level. Simplify your cloud infrastructure with Linode's Linux virtual machines and develop, deploy, and scale your modern applications faster and easier. Get started on Linode today with a $100 in free credit for listeners of Syntax. You can find all the details at linode.com/syntax. Linode has 11 global data centers and provides 24/7/365 human support with no tiers or hand-offs regardless of your plan size. In addition to shared and dedicated compute instances, you can use your $100 in credit on S3-compatible object storage, Managed Kubernetes, and more. Visit linode.com/syntax and click on the “Create Free Account” button to get started. Show Notes 02:54 - Hi guys, love the show. I wanted to share with you something that happened just the other day (Oct 4th), I was starting my new job today at a large tech company. They use React for everything (even DNS!, don't ask me how, it's complicated). I figured I'd celebrate my first day and push some code to prod, (how hard could useEffect be right?) Next thing you know, they ended up bringing in a guy with an angle grinder to get access to the server cage. 04:15 - No one from Denver can buy 06:38 - Bug accidentally gives $90 million to users https://www.cnbc.com/2021/10/01/defi-protocol-compound-mistakenly-gives-away-millions-to-users.html 08:34 - Share Pointy Knives Hi! I'm a developer at a consulting firm in Sweden, writing C# on the backend and using React with either JavaScript or TypeScript and hosting things in Azure 99% of the time (and 1% in SharePoint). I was in my last week at my last job before I was due to start my new job. Worked 12 h/day to keep up with all the handovers etc. to colleagues so they would have a chance to continue working on the solutions I have taken care of. One project was a process tool hosted in SharePoint Online. The guy who would oversee it had -1% experience with SharePoint (which I pointed out to my bosses). But to make things a bit easier, I wrote a deploy script to ease things a bit. Starts the terminal and runs the script towards the acceptance environment. Umpteen million errors appear… Which is strange, because there would only be about 20 commands (which can cause errors like these). I log into the environment to double check if I now accidentally entered the wrong values in the script (which looked okay according to me). But I get a 404 error when I try to reach the environment… I log into the admin interface; I discover that the site is gone… Also checking the trash can, there are no things there. Very strange. I find that I'm in a different folder than the one where I saved my script… In that folder there is an old deploy script that was used when the project was started a thousand years ago (which was not used after the project was “finished”). The first thing the script does is force delete the site and then try to create a new empty site… The site is gone with lists and everything (lists are a SharePoint thing, think of it as sql-lite), there are no backups of the acceptance environment (although it is very important). I just feel a little panicked about how I'm going to solve this. However, I remember testing a tool six months ago to copy entire environments. Where the first attempt was made on the acceptance environment. Finds the cloned environment and can use the same tool to clone it back. It took only 8-12 hours of work to create all the new things done in the environment in the last 6 months instead of X number of hours to build everything from scratch. Once I updated a feature that saves accessories on orders (same solution). However, I failed to add all the new fields to the production environment. Which meant that accessories were not saved at all… Which was discovered after a week… I fixed the error in 5 minutes and the sellers had to contact x number of customers to double check what kind of accessories they would have for their orders… 11:22 - External HD One time I needed to format a server. It was an outdated Windows server. I selected all the files and copied and pasted to an external hard drive. My drive was pretty fast and it took like a minute. I was like: “Wow! That's a great external hd”. Formatted the server and, as soon as I realized it didn't copy 10% of the files, I had that face. We all know that face. Anyways. Tried to restore the files using some HD recovery tools but they were all corrupted, not by the formatting itself but for the installation of the new OS. My boss was pissed! I was very young so I blame it on the server. I'm not proud of it. But why the heck they would ask a developer to format a server in the first place? By the way, my birthday is on Halloween. Spoooky. 13:07 - Hey Loser I was testing new code to automate mass-mailings to our customers. Who knows what demon drove me but I wrote the “test” mailings like ransom notes: “Dear loser! Fork over all your $$$ or else!” Well, all was looking great and I wa s feeling pretty pleased with myself. Progress bars were sliding and counters were spinning. But I could hear a rising commotion from the marketing guys behind me. Phones ringing, voices raised. Turns out I had moronically wired myself to the production database! Even worse for me, I'd only been at the company a month or two. I thought my goose was cooked and the Big Boss was plenty mad, but I owned up right away and apologized. We put out a cover story that we'd been hacked and all was forgiven. 15:01 - HE HATE ME I was part of the developer team that accidentally leaked the 8 cities the XFL, an alternate football league, a week before their press conference. ewrestling.com/article/wwe-ac… We were using Contentful and Gatsby. A junior dev entered the information into the prod space instead of the UAT space and when we released some bug fixes, it picked up the contact us content update. I found out after seeing stories pop up in Google News when I was about to go to sleep. Was taking the content down when we started getting calls from the CIO of the WWE. The league went bust because of COVID. 19:23 - I Don't Have Memory of This I had two pretty bad code changes that only showed their problems when they went live in production. Around 6 years ago, I was running into a large performance issue with some of our queries running slowly against this giant DB. We were using JPA/Hibernate and we had a bunch of joins that were done lazily. I switched a few of them to eager so that they would create a single SQL statement instead of a bunch (or thousands). The change worked fine on my dev environment, QA, and staging. Staging was supposed to be representative of production. So we went live and within minutes the entire system went down because of out of memory errors. We quickly switched back to the lazy joins. We found out that staging had more memory and fewer DB records than production though they were supposed to be exactly the same. 21:05 - Your Performance is Slowing us down Back when VMWare was becoming a thing, like 2010 or so. I was working at an ecomm site and we were seeing slow performance between the app server and some data services. I decided to build a little multithreaded logger that could track when a query to Oracle Financials was running too slow and generate a warning. Oracle Financials was doing the credit card transactions, orders, and all the rest of the sites DB work. The code had no impact on my dev, QA, and staging environments. We were hitting well over our minimum number of concurrent users. We deployed it to production and then the system got slower and slower, but never crashed. Again, production and staging were set up differently. Staging was a bare-metal server. Production was running on an ESXi server on a host that was split 4 ways. The multi-threaded code meant to detect performance degradations was slowing the whole system down when it tried to synchronize data across threads. I was pretty embarrassed by both these two issues. It went to show that production is its own special thing and that you really don't know if your server-side code is really going to work until it starts running there. 23:15 - Dead Button Way back when mainframes were king, a guy I worked with pushed a button in, that if released, would immediately take down the entire company. He stood there for 4 hours, holding the button in, until we could let it crash after business hours. We gave him a chair after 2 hours. 25:12 - No Deploys on Fridays I was a junior dev working on our company's website. They were HTML + nunjucks templates that were later being integrated with the backend using some Python witchcraft. There was also a metric ton of JS libraries added (like Babra for page transitions, threejs for a cool interactive animation on the landing page etc.). Didn't really get much of all this package.json stuff at that seniority level. So after running yarn or npm or whatever, and seeing some warnings about a couple packages being outdated, I decided to update some of them. It ran great locally, but I didn't build the prod version, as I didn't know there could be any differences. I was working on some minor feature (or maybe even some minor bug) and the PM decided there's no time for code review. So I pushed it to the repo, the backend guy did his integration, and launched it on prod. As it turned out, there were some breaking changes in one of the libraries I decided to update. It crashed the entire site. On Friday. At 4:30PM. And that, kids, is why you don't deploy on Fridays. 27:33 - Stupid Selfie Horror story for you Wes. I work for one of the biggest retailers in the UK and we were working on an app that would go on a ‘media wall' in their flagship store in London. Basically a giant 200-inch screen in the middle of the store that social content can go on. Turns out that I left my local Dev version connected to the production API when I uploaded a couple of stupid selfies of my big head in the office. Get a call the next day to ask why my face is on the medial wall. 28:37 - Soda I was a computer operator back in the late 1960's, operating a Honeywell mainframe. The consoles were huge, about the size of a dishwashing machine, with the console typewriter and printer inset in the middle, on top. I had a soft drink on the console, next to the typewriter mechanism. We were told never to bring a drink into the room but we all did it, especially on third shift. Long story short, someone called my name, I turned around and knocked the glass of soda into the console. Had to be completely replaced – machine was down for two days. My boss was not happy. 31:22 - Oof A bigger horror story. I had my own software company in the 90's and was in Singapore, customizing my software package for Johnson & Higgins Insurance Brokers – I had their Asian contract for my Insurance Broker/Accounting package. I spent a good 40 hours on Saturday and Sunday, making all the changes they asked for, getting ready for a demo on Monday morning. I finished up about 4am on Monday morning and was cleaning up my files. All this work was done on a Novell server. Print files had an extension of .prt and I had a ton of them in the main directory from all of the testing I had done. I was cleaning out old files, getting ready to back everything up and I thought I would delete all of the print files. I mistakenly keyed in erase *.prg, instead of erase *.prt (or whatever the delete command was – can't remember it now). Programming files have a .prg extension – I had deleted all of my updated files from the weekend. In desperation I called Novell in Utah, hoping they could help me recover the files, but no-go. The demo Monday morning was not fun. 33:24 - Young Dev I was a young dev right out of college. My first job was at a child support company where we had desktop apps that would handle case information more efficiently than using Excel. My first project was to write a POC that would later be implemented into a new, bigger app that consolidated all the “POCs” for various parts of the child support process. For some odd reason, I still don't know why to this day, my boss wanted me to write this “new” app on top of an old app with a bunch of legacy code. I never understood why but as a young dev fresh out of school, you tend to just do what you're told. In school, I mainly used PHP/HTML/CSS for learning how to work with a database; this job however used C#/.NET for their desktop apps so I was doing a lot of learning as I went. I remember finally learning how to connect to the database and run some SQL after fighting with this old pile of legacy code. In early versions, I chose to handle creates/updates for these records in the same function. My young, dumb self wrote a try catch statement that would attempt to create the record and if it failed, it would try to update the record. Before the first production release, I updated the flow to handle creates/updates in separate functions - but never removed the update in the catch block of the original function now used for creates only. Somehow I, or any PM/QA, never failed on a create and hit this catch block while testing. Fast-forward probably 9-12 months later, I got a ticket to investigate why every case's data looked the same in Production. I login to the app, search a few case numbers and sure enough, every case's data is the same. I began freaking out as I had no clue how this could've happened. I mean it had never happened in all the dev work, testing, and months of live Production use. After I investigated with a senior dev, we realized the try block had failed and the update query in the catch block ran for that record - we also realized that I left off the where clause in the related SQL query to specify which record needs updating - so ALL records got updated with this data. Thankfully, we kept regular back-ups and were able to restore the data to a recent timeframe without users losing a ton of work. We commented out that database update call and redeployed the code ASAP. Also the senior dev was cool about it and was like “hey, it happens to all of us at some point”. Let's just say I've learned a ton since then and definitely steer clear from writing code like that. You live and you learn I suppose. 38:40 - Where Wolf Here's my development tale of terror: One night I was burning the midnight oil trying to get caught up on a never-ending workload. At the time I was working for an online travel booking site. It was after 11, and the last thing I had to do for the night was to rename one of the hotels in our production database. So I wrote my query: UPDATE hotels SET name=‘Some Hotel Chain'; One problem, I FORGOT THE WHERE CLAUSE. Suddenly, over 5,000 hotels in our production database all had the same name. This was around 2003, so well before the time of point-in-time restores, and we were only backing up the database every week at that point. I was panicking. Fortunately, I had a dump of the production database that I had created only a couple of hours earlier sitting on my local hard drive. So thankfully, I was able to restore almost all of the hotel names, save for a couple that signed up after that data dump, and my boss was none the wiser. That's when I learned that working late hours is not worth it, because at some point you are so tired that you can no longer make good decisions. 41:19 - I Want Your Job When I first started out I worked for a consultancy and they trained us in sales meetings to help managers get promoted because we were coming in to make them “look good”. This was okay b/c obviously, we were coming in as a contractor; however, after being laid off due to 9/11 (yes, this was about 20 years ago), I was looking for a new job and during an interview when asked where I'd like to be in X years, I mentioned to the hiring manager that I wanted to eventually do what he was doing. Well, I guess he didn't take it that I wanted to make him get promoted to then take his spot. Safe to say I didn't get hired.

Why So Serious Pop Culture and Movie Review Podcast
Insecure S5E1 Recap - Reunited, Okay?

Why So Serious Pop Culture and Movie Review Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 51:14


We are back!!!!! Well this week Brandon and Lauren are back, Steph and Dev will be back next week but we are all excited for the 5th and final season of insecure. Lauren and Brandon go through the episode talk about the crew's trip down memory lane at their Ten year college reunion. We talk about Issa and Molly friendship, Kelli's character changing, Cheyenne, Lawerence and Issa, Molly and Andrew and more. We love talking about this show and know yall love listening so we hope to have a great season. A fun show as always, Please be sure to subscribe to our show on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and TuneIn. Also leave us a five star review. Contact Us: Email: feedback@whysoseriouspod.com Brandon's Twitter: @thatcoolblknerd Lauren's Twitter: @isankofa

Steelers Realm
Mega-Pod Anti Browns Rally w Randy Fuller and Triple B Experience - SRP S3-E38-139 10-26-2021

Steelers Realm

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 78:11


Join JT, TA of Steelers Realm (we miss you Dev!), the boys from The Triple B Experience podcast, and special VIP Guest and former Steeler cornerback, Randy Fuller, as they rally up Steelers Nation and get fired up for the Browns game.Guests joined in to ask Randy questions and answer trivia questions to win some great prizes from our sponsor tonight, Alley Cat Beverage PS, the video stream of this podcast is available on our facebook page and YouTube pageTopics include:Randy's Favorite Browns moment as a playerThe last Browns Game DebacleWhat quarterback will start and who of the two possible will give us the best chance to win.Keys to VictoryPredictionsGuest comments and feedback.SUPPORT STEELERS REALM BUY US A COFFEE!!!   https://www.buymeacoffee.com/SteelersRealmSteelers Realm Podcast is powered by Riverside.FM HD Audio/Video remote conferencing software.  Sign up for your free trial here  Riverside.FMFor more incredible Steelers content from Steel City Star make sure to check out his new website!Steel City Star Homepage: SteelCityStar.comTwitter - https://twitter.com/steelcitystar/status/1409583915333918722Make sure to check out our affiliates:*Instacart: instacart.oloiyb.net/A9yPK*Diamondcbd.com 60% off use coupon code: STEELREALMThank You For Your Support! Like and share at SteelersRealm.comTwitter: https://twitter.com/steelers_realmInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/steelersrealmpodcast/Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/SteelersRealm/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQiu7Qa7Ovi6U3r2ztIcErQ

Completely Unestablished
Introspective: It Follows

Completely Unestablished

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 154:58


Spooky season: 3. Dev, Casey, and Upo sit down to discuss It Follows! We had no business having as many laughs as we did while discussing this indie horror flick. Not sure if this episode qualifies to have a trigger warning but just in case... here it is. Enjoy!

Awkward High Five Podcast
Ep 277. "Shootin' Blanks"

Awkward High Five Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 109:14


It's that time of year where Daily puts s--t on his face to go get food. We discuss Squid Game, Dune, Dev not hating on Marvel fans anymore, Alec Baldwin's blank mishaps, cancel culture, and a Florida man's tasty weapon of choice.

Purple Cups X Champagne
Episode 081 | Squad Games

Purple Cups X Champagne

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 84:54


Our homie Dev from @AmbitionWorldwide returns to the cast this week to preview his new Fall line and shoot the sh** about recent happenings in our world. We touch on the premise of Squid Games and how some of us are playing them in our real lives, and what would we do for the bag if the games took place in real life. It seems the internetsss are red flags galore as of late so the guys discuss some red flags in relationships, friendships and business. What the rules are regarding your friends doing business with someone you don't fu** with and much, much more... Ambition Worldwide www.ambitionworldwide.com @AmbitionWorldwide @thadotman

The Talk of the Street: A Coronation Street Podcast
October 22, 2021 - Horror Nation Street

The Talk of the Street: A Coronation Street Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 107:06


A storm is brewing over Weatherfield. Abi and her gun make plans for sweet sweet revenge on ITV Corey whose bragging on Insta about having the house to himself isn't going to do him any favors. In jail, Harvey breaks some of his own bones in an attempt to abscond on the way to hospital. The Alahans are off on holiday in the middle of a downpour and a distracted Dev accidentally flattens the car tyres, leaving them sitting ducks at the side of the road. It's sinkhole-ago-go as characters left and right drop into the Weatherfield sewers, leaving Leo and Johnny to come up with a plan to rescue Jenny. It's going to take more than that to scare Amy and Summer. Roy doesn't know his own strength. Imran will be back.

Conversations with Tech Experts
Building a New IT Career - EP. 34

Conversations with Tech Experts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 42:54


This episode of Conversations with Tech Experts features David Draper, Community Support Lead at EE. He joins Experts Exchange CEO Randy Redberg and Director of Bus. Dev. Thomas Bernal to discuss his new role and how a life of community work in South Africa and a newfound interest in IT lead him to EE. The conversation begins with David introducing his experiences in South Africa and how it gave him a unique perspective on both the world and communities. They move on to discuss his new foray into the technology industry and how he's using EE to help jumpstart his career. The group finishes with David's new insights on the EE community as a whole, and he shares some profound insight about how every man requires a community to succeed. 

Greeking Out from National Geographic Kids
S5E2 - Pygmalion and Galatea

Greeking Out from National Geographic Kids

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 29:28


In this episode, we tell the tale of Pygmalion and Galatea. We encounter a man in love with his work, some serious skill with marble, the blessings of a goddess, and some questionable themes. --- This week's episode features the first chapter from Rick Riordan's new book Daughter of the Deep. Here's a little about the book: #1 New York Times best-selling author Rick Riordan pays homage to Jules Verne in his exciting modern take on 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. Ana Dakkar is a freshman at Harding-Pencroft Academy, a five-year high school that graduates the best marine scientists, naval warriors, navigators, and underwater explorers in the world. Ana's parents died while on a scientific expedition two years ago, and the only family's she's got left is her older brother, Dev, also a student at HP. Ana's freshman year culminates with the class's weekend trial at sea, the details of which have been kept secret. She only hopes she has what it'll take to succeed. All her worries are blown out of the water when, on the bus ride to the ship, Ana and her schoolmates witness a terrible tragedy that will change the trajectory of their lives. But wait, there's more. The professor accompanying them informs Ana that their rival school, Land Institute, and Harding-Pencroft have been fighting a cold war for a hundred and fifty years. Now that cold war has been turned up to a full broil, and the freshman are in danger of becoming fish food. In a race against deadly enemies, Ana will make amazing friends and astounding discoveries about her heritage as she puts her leadership skills to the test for the first time. Check it out at bit.ly/greekingdod --- Have you checked out the books that started it all? Follow the adventures of Zeus the overconfident hamster and his friends in the Zeus the Mighty series! Third book is out: bit.ly/zeusbook3

Loose Screws - The Elite Dangerous Podcast
Episode 108 - Block To Mouth

Loose Screws - The Elite Dangerous Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 76:07


http://loosescrewsed.com Join us on discord! And check out the merch store! https://discord.io/LooseScrews Squad Update: Expansion Night! (probably) War for control in 6 Andromedae Building influence towards control in 7 Andromedae Galnet Recap: https://community.elitedangerous.com/ (Bard presentation) Dev news: Tuesday Stream: Supercruise News Dominic Corner - Principal Programmer, gameplay lead Talks missions, how they're created, and what's coming soon Colonia Engineers 4 new on-foot engineers covering everything available in the bubble Emotes Showed off the tagging feature of the point emote. Emotes will be bindable, as well as emote wheel. Megaship interiors walk-through video Community highlights and stellar screenshots Thrusday Stream: Odyssey Open Play with Arf and Sally Discussion: Community Comms: Tritium Depot Like fuel rats for carriers https://spark.adobe.com/page/epcInWWE7CoVe/ If you like the show please rate and review on your podcast app, which helps people find the show. Join us on Discord at discord.io/loosescrews and check out the merch store at loosescrewsed.com for mugs, t-shirts, hoodies, and more.

mixxio — podcast diario de tecnología
Dos subsistemas al precio de uno

mixxio — podcast diario de tecnología

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 16:52


Microsoft lanza el Subsistema de Android para Windows 11 / RPCS3 alcanza 100% de boot / Poca cripto en Novi / Martillo de pólvora casero / Diversidad en Google Imágenes / EA castiga a los usuarios de glitch / Spotify + Shopify Patrocinador: A diferencia de las soluciones antivirus tradicionales que todos conocíamos de los 90 y principios de siglo, que sólo actúan cuando un proceso es malicioso, los antivirus de nueva generación de Panda Security, un Brand Watchguard https://www.pandasecurity.com/es/, tienen tecnología que detecta los ataques incluso antes de que se produzcan. Microsoft lanza el Subsistema de Android para Windows 11 / RPCS3 alcanza 100% de boot / Poca cripto en Novi / Martillo de pólvora casero / Diversidad en Google Imágenes / EA castiga a los usuarios de glitch / Spotify + Shopify

The Need To Know Podcast
Episode 152 | "Newports and Fiji Water"

The Need To Know Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 101:52


The crew returns to discuss Savon's recently new job as a camera operator For a comedy event with P. They then discuss coming up having to eat struggle meals and ramen noodles. Also, period simulators, as well as pregnancy simulators make their way into the mix, leading to a hilarious conversation. Savon also brings up how society is taking a lot of things away from us and how it correlates to the recent Chapelle comedy show. This grows into a bigger convo about how society itself slowly trying to take comedy and it's safe space. The crack epidemic gets brought up and the crew discovers that it's also vegan. The crew also discusses how comedy is being used as a way to destroy comedians and the hypocritical perspective it comes from. Savon also suggests that Dev and Alex should have a “smoove” competition. They conclude with a discussion on the importance of building /maintaining relationships with people who share your same work ethics and principles. Learn more about Purpose Sea Moss Gel and use code "NEEDTOKNOWPOD" for a 20% discount at the checkout: PurposeSeaMossGel.com Become a Patron for additional bonus episodes and visual content for all things Need to Know Media: A ton of unreleased content on Patreon. Tap in here www.patreon.com/NeedToKnowPodcast

That Shit is Poison!
Ep 46 - Don't Look Up.

That Shit is Poison!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 60:20


It's the third installment in the Spooktober series and it's back to Harini to tell us a spooky tale. This episode features a very special guest, Harini's husband, Dev, and his firsthand encounter with a ghost in India. That's right, this episode is all about ghosts, demons, and folklore from South Asia. Listen at night if you dare, but whatever you do...don't.look.up.  If you liked this episode please rate, review and subscribe! Follow us on Instagram: @thatshitispoison Email us your homegrown poison stories at thatshitispoison@gmail.com Follow us on Twitter: @thatshitspoison Follow us on Tiktok: @thatshitispoison  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Cruz Control
You Ever Had A BlowJob Shot?

Cruz Control

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 116:11


Dave and Dev discuss Meek Mill's new album cover, the top 10 albums of all time according to rolling stones and debate their top 5 albums of all time. But first Dave has a major question "You ever had a blowjob shot?" lol

Vedanta Talks
A Hymn To The Devi - Devīsūktam | Swami Sarvapriyananda

Vedanta Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 73:34


The Devīsūktam represents an uncompromising proclamations of the realization of Advaitic (non-dualistic). Also called the Aṃbhṛnīsūktam, it is the 125th sūkta (hymn) occurring in the 10th mandala of the Ṛgveda.