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Podcast Política - Agência Radioweb
Fake news: projeto proíbe monetização de perfis de políticos

Podcast Política - Agência Radioweb

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 1:42


De acordo com o texto que tramita na Câmara, as medidas devem valer para ocupantes de cargos dos Poderes Legislativo e Executivo.

Radio Bilbao
"Cuando hay componentes traumáticos en la pérdida de un familiar, el duelo puede complicarse"

Radio Bilbao

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 1:17


Contraditório
O chumbo do orçamento e os cenários políticos nos próximos meses

Contraditório

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 44:15


O chumbo do orçamento e os cenários políticos para os próximos meses. Com António José Teixeira, Luísa Meireles e Raul Vaz. Moderação de João Barreiros.

Radio Duna - Hablemos en Off
Gabriel Boric: “El PC, tal como los partidos del FA somos democráticos y estamos comprometidos con cambios mediante la institucionalidad y gradualidad para avanzar a un Estado que garantice derechos sociales”

Radio Duna - Hablemos en Off

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021


El candidato de Apruebo Dignidad señaló que "En el marco de una segunda, y si se da el escenario que tengamos que decidir entre un proyecto de transformación o uno que es un retroceso autoritario, como el de JAK, uno tiene que tener la disposición a conversar con todos los que sea necesario"

Es la Mañana de Federico
Prensa económica: Escasez de suministros y problemas energéticos

Es la Mañana de Federico

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 3:11


Federico comenta con Beatriz García los principales titulares y noticias de la prensa salmón.

Página 13 - Podcast
Cordero y Cruz por las señales de la Corte Suprema ante la situación en la Macrozona Sur y la influencia en Chile de los cambios políticos y legales en China

Página 13 - Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 42:06


En una nueva edición de Página 13, Iván Valenzuela y Kike Mujica conversaron con Luis Cordero y María Elina Cruz sobre la señales que ha entregado la Corte Suprema por la crisis en la Macrozona Sur. Además, ahondaron en los cambios políticos y legales en China, el rol de sus tribunales y cómo eso influenciará a Chile.

Outra estação
78. O caso da Prevent Senior e os limites éticos para pesquisas com humanos

Outra estação

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 27:18


O estudo realizado em 2020 pela operadora de saúde Prevent Senior é o ponto de partida para a discussão sobre a ética nas pesquisas com seres humanos feita no episódio 78 do "Outra Estação", programa da Rádio UFMG Educativa. Na produção, professores da Faculdade de Medicina e da Faculdade de Direito da UFMG refletem sobre as possíveis infrações éticas cometidas pelos pesquisadores da Prevent Senior. O programa também explica qual é a maneira correta de se conduzir pesquisas em saúde com seres humanos no Brasil, as legislações que regulamentam a prática e por que seguir essas regras é tão importante não apenas para quem participa do estudo, mas para toda sociedade. O Outra Estação também entrevistou voluntários em pesquisa na área da saúde, que contaram sobre suas experiências.

Enigmas sin resolver
Testimoniales Enigmáticos Episodio La Verdadera Historia detrás de El Exorcista

Enigmas sin resolver

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 20:25


Testimoniales Enigmáticos Episodio La Verdadera Historia detrás de El Exorcista

Jogo Rápido
Rubens Bueno (Cidadania-PR) - Adesão do Brasil a tratado de cooperação internacional de combate a crimes cibernéticos

Jogo Rápido

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021


Martha Debayle en W
¿Qué le hacen los ansiolíticos y antidepresivos a tu cuerpo?

Martha Debayle en W

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 48:10


¿Cuál es todo el proceso que hacen para lograr el equilibrio de sustancias químicas en su cerebro?

Colunistas Eldorado Estadão
Põe na Conta: Políticos querem Fundão e R$ 16 bi em emendas

Colunistas Eldorado Estadão

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 10:14


Adriana Fernandes repercute os principais acontecimentos econômicos na coluna Põe na Conta, no Jornal Eldorado, de 2ª e 4ª, às 8h00, e de 6ª, às 7h. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Lo piensan todos. Lo decimos nosotros.
Los políticos, "están dispuestos a empujar al abismo lo poco queda". Reflexión de Francisco Tavárez. (3/3)

Lo piensan todos. Lo decimos nosotros.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 6:41


El PRM atraviesa una crisis profunda a lo interno y de imagen ciudadana; pero también el presidente Luis Abinader- que anuncia una alocución mañana a toda la nación-se abre otro frente: los senadores que han quedado expuestos con el manejo del barrilito, cofrecito o como se llame ese tamaño privilegio. Hablamos de estas vertientes con el analista político Francisco Tavárez, quien lídera la plataforma virtual El Demócrata RD.

CarneCruda.es PROGRAMAS
Refugiados climáticos: Migrantes del calentamiento global (CARNE CRUDA #946)

CarneCruda.es PROGRAMAS

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 62:09


Más sección ambiental con la Marea Climática y Queralt Castillo ¿Quiénes son los refugiados climáticos? ¿Hay personas y colectivos que se ven forzadas a abandonar sus territorios por el cambio climático? En un programa especial junto a Amigos de la Tierra hablamos de los migrantes del calentamiento global con el nicaragüense Amaru Ruiz, ambientalista, biólogo y defensor de los Derechos Humanos en su país que tuvo que migrar a Costa Rica; y Miguel Pajares, autor de “Refugiados Climáticos: el gran reto del siglo XXI”.  Más información aquí: https://bit.ly/RefugiadosClima946 Sigue haciendo posible Carne Cruda: http://bit.ly/ProduceCC

Bonita Radio
QPEN Avaricia de los buitres, jaibería de los políticos

Bonita Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 66:03


Del miedo, la avaricia y el eñagotamiento de los políticos en Puerto Rico. Conversamos con el licenciado Rolando Emmanuelli sobre las dos horas de la vista judicial virtual con dos Juezas del Tribunal de Quiebras, una que ordenó mediar y la otra que tendrá que hacerlo. Todo por el Plan de Ajuste que irá mañana a votación en Senado. ¡Sintoniza y comparte!

Es la Tarde de Dieter
Catedráticos 3.0: La filosofía

Es la Tarde de Dieter

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 50:59


Agapito Maestre, José Luis Garci y Gabriel Albiac analizan la maniobra del Gobierno de sacar la Filosofía de la Educación obligatoria.

Martha Debayle
¿Qué le hacen los ansiolíticos y antidepresivos a tu cuerpo? Lunes 25 de octubre de 2021.

Martha Debayle

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 49:24


Les vamos a decir cómo actúan los ansiolíticos y antidepresivos en su cuerpo y el proceso que hacen para lograr el equilibrio de sustancias químicas en el cerebro.

La Republica - Sin guion
25.10.21 Investidura: puntos críticos

La Republica - Sin guion

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 22:18


Trifulca Wrestling Podcast
Fanáticos de Don Omar escogen el nuevo sencillo del Rey

Trifulca Wrestling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 43:51


Trifulca Media Presenta: La Pandemia Urbana Con Omar Vázquez y Alex Torres, quienes hablan y analizan todo lo último que esta aconteciendo en el genero urbano. Tienda online de la Trifulca Media https://teespring.com/es/stores/la-trifulca Sigan a Trifulca Media: Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TrifulcaWrestling/ Instagram https://instagram.com/latrifulcawrestlingmedia?igshid=dhkuulk3mb5x Twitter https://mobile.twitter.com/TrifulcaMedia YouTube https://youtube.com/channel/UCVZ0uJt-0skE-PkVGnmyTeA Youtube alterno el de Trifulca Wrestling Media Clips https://youtube.com/channel/UCrwZWAucrx21pL85jOwl3oQ Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/2Nki4huLPMwYftru08gFYV?si=BhUveS5kRvyTJU0ePNO2Ew Apple Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/trifulca-wrestling-media/id1459553025 Anchor https://anchor.fm/trifulcawrestling #donomar #semenea #niogarcia #jowellyrandy #Urbano #BadBunny #Genero #lapandemiaurbana #trifulcamedia #DanielLarusso #JohnnyLawrence #Cine #TV #Netflix #ElAtracon #Karatekid #Karate #Mr.Miyagi #CharlandoMedia #CharlandoDeCine&TV #Series --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Nada Que Ver
Personajes míticos de la TV: Bob Ross, Walter Mercado y Andy Kaufman (¿o Jim Carrey?)

Nada Que Ver

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 38:58


Esta semana en Nada Que Ver exploramos la historia de Bob Ross, el instructor de arte más famoso del planeta; de Walter Mercado, el mítico astrólogo que llegó a la cima del entretenimiento y de Jim Carrey, el excéntrico actor de comedia que adoptó la personalidad de Andy Kaufman (otro actor de comedia aún más excéntrico). Una increíble mezcla de accidentes felices, nostalgia, avaricia, locura y mucho, mucho, amor.

Enigmas sin resolver
Testimoniales Enigmáticos El Espíritu de la niña Rosalie

Enigmas sin resolver

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 25:47


Testimoniales Enigmáticos El Espíritu de la niña Rosalie

JORNAL DA RECORD
Relatório final da CPI pede indiciamento de Bolsonaro e de outras 65 pessoas; Ex-general diz que Venezuela financiou políticos de esquerda

JORNAL DA RECORD

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 53:03


Ouça a edição completa do Jornal da Record desta quarta-feira (20/10/2021) com os seguintes destaques: Presidente Bolsonaro confirma Auxílio Brasil de R$ 400; Relatório final da CPI pede indiciamento de Bolsonaro e de outras 65 pessoas; Senadores governistas protestam e já começam a fazer relatórios paralelos; Ex-general venezuelano diz que ditadura de Chávez e Maduro financiou políticos de esquerda, entre eles o ex-presidente Lula. E, na série especial, a história da mulher que teve dois bebês na rodovia Dutra.

Hablemos Claro
Cómo confiarán los inversionistas cuando los políticos siguen obsesionados con la vacancia

Hablemos Claro

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 6:03


Cómo van a confiar los inversionistas en un país donde parte importante de la clase política sigue obsesionada con la vacancia y una parte del mundo empresarial sigue conspirando por lo mismo. Están siendo irresponsables, y no le están haciendo daño a Pedro Castillo, sino al Perú.

Break Things On Purpose
Leonardo Murillo

Break Things On Purpose

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 34:36


In this episode, we cover: 00:00:00 - Introduction  00:03:30 - An Engineering Anecdote  00:08:10 - Lessons Learned from Putting Out Fires 00:11:00 - Building “Guardrails” 00:18:10 - Pushing the Chaos Envelope  00:23:35 - OpenGitOps Project 00:30:37 - Where to Find Leo/Costa Rica CNCF Links: Weaveworks: https://www.weave.works GitOps Working Group: https://github.com/gitops-working-group/gitops-working-group OpenGitOps Project: https://opengitops.dev Github.com/open-gitops: https://github.com/open-gitops Twitter: https://twitter.com/murillodigital LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/leonardomurillo/ Costa Rica CNCF: https://community.cncf.io/costa-rica/ Cloudnative.tv: http://cloudnative.tv Gremlin-certified chaos engineering practitioner: https://www.gremlin.com/certification TranscriptJason: Welcome to the Break Things on Purpose podcast, a show about our often self-inflicted failures and what we learn from them. In this episode, Leonardo Murillo, a principal partner solutions architect at Weaveworks. He joins us to talk about GitOps, Automating reliability, and Pura Vida.Ana: I like letting our guests kind of say, like, “Who are you? What do you do? What got you into the world of DevOps, and cloud, and all this fun stuff that we all get to do?”Leo: Well, I guess I'll do a little intro of myself. I'm Leonardo Murillo; everybody calls me Leo, which is fine because I realize that not everybody chooses to call me Leo, depending on where they're from. Like, Ticos and Latinos, they're like, “Oh, Leo,” like they already know me; I'm Leo already. But people in Europe and in other places, they're, kind of like, more formal out there. Leonardo everybody calls me Leo.I'm based off Costa Rica, and my current professional role is principal solutions architect—principal partner solutions architect at Weaveworks. How I got started in DevOps. A lot of people have gotten started in DevOps, which is not realizing that they just got started in DevOps, you know what I'm saying? Like, they did DevOps before it was a buzzword and it was, kind of like, cool. That was back—so I worked probably, like, three roles back, so I was CTO for a Colorado-based company before Weaveworks, and before that, I worked with a San Francisco-based startup called High Fidelity.And High Fidelity did virtual reality. So, it was actually founded by Philip Rosedale, the founder of Linden Lab, the builders of Second Life. And the whole idea was, let's build—with the advent of the Oculus Rift and all this cool tech—build the new metaverse concept. We're using the cloud because, I mean, when we're talking about this distributed system, like a distributed system where you're trying to, with very low latency, transmit positional audio, and a bunch of different degrees of freedom of your avatars and whatnot; that's very massive scale, lots of traffic. So, the cloud was, kind of like, fit for purpose.And so we started using the cloud, and I started using Jenkins, as a—and figure it out, like, Jenkins is a cron sort of thing; [unintelligible 00:02:48] oh, you can actually do a scheduled thing here. So, started using it almost to run just scheduled jobs. And then I realized its power, and all of a sudden, I started hearing this whole DevOps word, and I'm like, “What this? That's kind of like what we're doing, right?” Like, we're doing DevOps. And that's how it all got started, back in San Francisco.Ana: That actually segues to one of the first questions that we love asking all of our guests. We know that working in DevOps and engineering, sometimes it's a lot of firefighting, sometimes we get to teach a lot of other engineers how to have better processes. But we know that those horror stories exist. So, what is one of those horrible incidents that you've encountered in your career? What happened?Leo: This is before the cloud and this is way before DevOps was even something. I used to be a DJ in my 20s. I used to mix drum and bass and jungle with vinyl. I never did the digital move. I used DJ, and I was director for a colocation facility here in Costa Rica, one of the first few colocation facilities that existed in the [unintelligible 00:04:00].I partied a lot, like every night, [laugh] [unintelligible 00:04:05] party night and DJ night. One night, they had 24/7 support because we were collocations [unintelligible 00:04:12], so I had people doing support all the time. I was mixing in some bar someplace one night, and I don't want to go into absolute detail of my state of consciousness, but it wasn't, kind of like… accurate in its execution. So, I got a call, and they're like, “We're having some problem here with our network.” This is, like, back in Cisco PIX times for firewalls and you know, like… back then.I wasn't fully there, so I [laugh], just drove back to the office in the middle of night and had this assistant, Miguel was his name, and he looks at me and he's like, “Are you okay? Are you really capable of solving this problem at [laugh] this very point in time?” And I'm like, “Yeah. Sure, sure. I can do this.”We had a rack full of networking hardware and there was, like, a big incident; we actually—one of the primary connections that we had was completely offline. And I went in and I started working on a device, and I spent about half an hour, like, “Well, this device is fine. There's nothing wrong with the device.” I had been working for half an hour on the wrong device. They're like, “Come on. You really got to focus.”And long story short, I eventually got to the right device and I was able to fix the problem, but that was like a bad incident, which wasn't bad in the context of technicality, right? It was a relatively quick fix that I figured it out. It was just at the wrong time. [laugh]. You know what I'm saying?It wasn't the best thing to occur that particular night. So, when you're talking about firefighting, there's a huge burden in terms of the on-call person, and I think that's something that we had experienced, and that I think we should give out a lot of shout-outs and provide a lot of support for those that are on call. Because this is the exact price they pay for that responsibility. So, just as a side note that comes to mind. Here's a lot of, like, shout-outs to all the people on-call that are listening to this right now, and I'm sorry you cannot go party. [laugh].So yeah, that's telling one story of one incident way back. You want to hear another one because there's a—this is back in High Fidelity times. I was—I don't remember exactly what it was building, but it had to do with emailing users, basically, I had to do something, I can't recall actually what it was. They was supposed to email all the users that were using the platform. For whatever reason—I really can't recall why—I did not mock data on my development environment.What I did was just use—I didn't mock the data, I actually used just to a copy of the production [unintelligible 00:07:02] the users. I basically just emailed everybody, like, multiple times. And that was very embarrassing. And another embarrassing scenario was, one day, I was working on a firewall that was local to my office, and I got the terminals mixed up, and I shut down not my local office firewall, but the one that was at the colocation facility. And that was another embarrassing moment. So yeah, those are three, kind of, self-caused fires that required fighting afterwards.Ana: The mock data one definitely resonates, especially when you're starting out in engineering career where you're just like, “Hey, I need to get this working. I'm trying to connect to pull this data from a production service,” or, “I'm trying to publish a new email, I want to see how it all goes out. Yeah, why not grab a copy of what actually usually is being used by my company and, like, press buttons here? Oh, wait, no, that actually is hitting a live endpoint? I did not know that.”Which brings me to that main question; what do you end up learning when you go through these fires? After you went through this incident that you emailed all of your customers, what is something that you learn that you got to take back.Leo: I learned how you have to pay attention. It's hard to learn without having gone through this experiences because you start picking up on cues that you didn't pick up in the past. You start seeing things that you didn't pay attention to before, particularly because you didn't know. And I'm pretty sure, even if somebody would have told me, “Don't do this,” or, “Don't do that. Be careful,” you still make those mistakes.There is certain things that you only achieve through experience. And I think that's one of the most important things that I realized. And I've actually see the analogy of that with my children. There's certain things that I, no matter how well I articulate, they will not learn until they go through those experiences of themselves. But I think that's one of the things that I'd argue, you ha—you will go through this, and it's—it's not okay, but it's okay.Everybody makes mistakes. You'll also identify whether—like, how supporting your team is and how supportive your—the organization you're working with is when you see the reaction to those errors. Hopefully, it wasn't something too bad, and ideally there's going to be guiderails that prevent that really, really bad scenario, but it's okay to make mistakes. You learn to focus through those mistakes and you really should be paying attention; you should never take anything for granted. There is no safety net. Period.So, you should never assume that there is, or that you're not going to make a mistake. So, be very careful. Another thing that I learned, how I can I work in my development environment. How different patterns that I apply in my development environment, how I now I'm very careful to never have, kind of like, production [x 00:10:11] readily available within my development environment. And also to build those guiderails.I think part of what you learn is all the things that could go wrong, might go wrong, so take time to build those guiderails. I think that's important. Like anything else that comes with seniority, when you have a task to accomplish, the task itself is merely a margin, only a percentage of what you really should consider to reach that objective. And a lot of the times, that means building protection around what you're asked, or thinking beyond that scope. And then leverage the team, you know? If you have people around you that know more, which is kind of great about community and collaboration. Like, being—don't—you're not alone.Ana: I love that you mentioned guardrails and guardrails being a way that you're able to prevent some of these things. Do you think something like chaos engineering could help you find those guardrails when you don't know that you don't have a guardrail?Leo: I think it definitely. The more complex your job, the more complex your architecture, the more complex of the solution you're building—and we've gotten in an increase in complexity over time. We went from monoliths to microservices to fully distributed architectures of services. We went from synchronous to asynchronous to event-driven to—like, there's this increase in complexity that is basically there for a reason because of an increase in scale as well. And the number of possible failure conditions that could arise from this hugely diverse and complex set of variables means that we've gotten to a point that likely always was the way, but now it's reached, again, and because of targets aligned with this complexity, new levels of scale, that there is currently more unknown unknowns than we've ever had.The conditions that you can run into because of different problem states of each individual component in your distributed architecture, brings up an orders-of-magnitude increase in the possible issues that you might run into, basically a point where you really have to understand that you have no idea what could fail, and the exercise of identifying what can fail. Or what are the margins of stability of your solution because that's, kind of like, the whole point, the boundaries? There's going to be a set of conditions, there's going to be a combination of conditions that will trigger your—kind of, will tip your solution beyond that edge. And finding those edges of stability can no longer be something that just happens by accident; it has to be premeditated, it has to be planned for. This is basically chaos engineering.Hypothesizing, given a set of conditions, what is the expected outcome? And through the execution of this hypothesis of increasing or varying scope and complexity, starting to identify that perimeter of stability of their solution. So, I guess to answer your question, yes. I mean, chaos engineering allows you to ide—if you think about that perimeter of stability as the guardrails around your solution within which have to remain for your solution to be stable, for instance, there goes—[unintelligible 00:13:48] chaos engineering. I was actually talking to somebody the other day, so I'm the organizer for the Costa Rica Cloud-Native Community, the chapter for [unintelligible 00:14:00], and I have this fellow from [unintelligible 00:14:04] who, he works doing chaos engineering.And he was talking to me about this concept that I had not thought about and considered, how chaos engineering can also be, kind of like, applied at a social level. What happens if a person xyz is not available? What happens if a person other has access to a system that they shouldn't have? All these types of scenarios can be used to discover where more guiderails should be applied.Jason: You know, you start to learn where the on-call person that's completely sober, maybe, is unavailable for some reason, and Leo comes and [crosstalk 00:14:45]—Leo: Right. [laugh]. Exactly. Exactly. That's what you have to incorporate in your experiment, kind of like, the DJ variable and the party parameter.Jason: It's a good thing to underscore as well, right? Back to your idea of we can tell our children all sorts of things and they're not going to learn the lesson until they experience it. And similarly with, as you explore your systems and how they can fail, we can imagine and architecture systems to maybe be resilient or robust enough to withstand certain failures, but we don't actually learn those lessons or actually know if they're going to work until we really do that, until we really stress them and try to explore those boundaries.Leo: Wouldn't it be fantastic if we could do that with our lives? You know, like, I want to bungee jump or I want to skydive, and there's a percentage of probability that I'm going to hit the ground and die, and I can just introduce a hypothesis in my life, jump, and then just revert to my previous state if it went wrong. It would be fantastic. I would try many, many things. [laugh].But you can't. And it's kind of like the same thing with my kids. I would love to be able to say, “You know what? Execute the following process, get the experience, and then revert to before it happened.” You cannot do that in real life, but that's, kind of like, the scenario that's brought up by chaos engineering, you don't have to wait for that production incident to learn; you can actually, “Emulate” quote-unquote, those occurrences.You can emulate it, you can experience without the damage, though, if you do it well because I think that's also part of, kind of like, there's a lot to learn about chaos engineering and there's a lot of progress in terms of how the practice of chaos engineering is evolving, and I think there's likely still a percentage of the population or of the industry that still doesn't quite see chaos engineering beyond just introducing chaos, period. They know chaos engineering from calling the Chaos Monkeys kill instances at random, and fix things and, you know, not in the more scientific context that it's evolved into. But yeah, I think the ability to have a controlled experience where you can actually live through failure states, and incidents, and issues, and stuff that you really don't want to happen in real life, but you can actually simulate those, accelerates learning in a way that only experience provides. Which is the beauty of it because you're actually living through it, and I don't think anything can teach us as effectively as living through [unintelligible 00:17:43], through suffering.Ana: I do also very much love that point where it's true, chaos engineering does expedite your learning. Not only are you just building and releasing and waiting for failure to happen, you're actually injecting that failure and you get to just be like, “Oh, wait, if this failure was to occur, I know that I'm resilient to it.” But I also love pushing that envelope forward, that it really allows folks to battle-test solutions together of, “I think this architecture diagram is going to be more resilient because I'm running it on three regions, and they're all in just certain zones. But if I was to deploy to a different provider, that only gives me one region, but they say they have a higher uptime, I would love to battle, test that together and really see, I'm throwing both scenarios at you: you're losing your access to the database. What's going to happen? Go, fight.” [laugh].Leo: You know, one thing that I've been mentioning to people, this is my hypothesis as to the future of chaos engineering as a component of solutions architecture. My hypothesis is that just as nowadays, if you look at any application, any service, for that application or service to be production-ready, you have a certain percentage of unit test coverage and you have a certain percentage of end-to-end coverage of testing and whatnot, and you cannot ignore and say I'm going to give you a production-ready application or production-ready system without solid testing coverage. My hypothesis is that [unintelligible 00:19:21]. And as a side note, we are now living in a world of infrastructure as code, and manifested infrastructure, and declarative infrastructure, and all sorts of cool new ways to deploy and deliver that infrastructure and workloads on top of it. My theory is that just as unit testing coverage is a requirement for any production-ready solution or application nowadays, a certain percentage of, “Chaos coverage,” quote-unquote.In other words, what percentage of the surface of your infrastructure had been exercised by chaos experiments, is going to also become a requirement for any production-ready architecture. That's is where my mind is at. I think you'll start seeing that happen in CI/CD pipelines, you're going to start seeing labels of 90% chaos coverage on Terraform repos. That's kind of the future. That I hope because I think it's going to help tremendously with reliability, and allow people to party without concern for being called back to the office in the middle of the night. It's just going to have a positive impact overall.Ana: I definitely love where that vision is going because that's definitely very much of what I've seen in the industry and the community. And with a lot of the open-source projects that we see out there, like, I got to sit in on a project called Keptn, which gets a chance to bring in a little bit more of those SRE-driven operations and try to close that loop, and auto-remediate, and all these other nice things of DevOps and cloud, but a big portion of what we're doing with Keptn is that you also get a chance to inject chaos and validate against service-level objectives, so you get to just really bring to the front, “Oh, we're looking at this metric for business-level and service-level objectives that allow for us to know that we're actually up and running and our customers are able to use us because they are the right indicators that matter to our business.” But you get to do that within CI/CD so that you throw chaos at it, you check that SLO, that gets rolled out to production, or to your next stage and then you throw more chaos at it, and it continues being completely repetitive.Leo: That's really awesome. And I think, for example, SLOs, I think that's very valuable as well. And prioritize what you want to improve based on the output of your experiments against that error budget, for example. There's limited time, there's limited engineering capacity, there's limited everything, so this is also something that you—the output, the results, the insights that you get from executing experiments throughout your delivery lifecycle as you promote, as you progress your solution through its multiple stages, also help you identify what should be prioritized because of the impact that it may have in your area budgets. Because I mean, sometimes you just need to burn budget, you know what I'm saying?So, you can actually, clearly and quantifiably understand where to focus engineering efforts towards site reliability as you introduce changes. So yeah, I think it's—and no wonder it's such a booming concept. Everybody's talking about it. I saw Gremlin just released this new certification thing. What is it, certified chaos engineer?Jason: Gremlin-certified chaos engineering practitioner.Leo: Ah, pretty cool.Jason: Yeah.Leo: I got to get me one of those. [laugh].Jason: Yeah, you should—we'll put the link in the [show notes 00:23:19], for everybody that wants to go and take that. One of the things that you've mentioned a bunch is as we talk about automation, and automating and getting chaos engineering coverage in the same way that test coverage happens, one of the things that you're involved in—and I think why you've got so much knowledge around automation—is you've been involved in the OpenGitOps Project, right?Leo: Mm-hm. Correct.Jason: Can you tell us more about that? And what does that look like now? Because I know GitOps has become this, sort of, buzzword, and I think a lot of people are starting to look into that and maybe wondering what that is.Leo: I'm co-chair of the GitOps Working Group by the CNCF, which is the working group that effectively shepherds the OpenGitOps Project. The whole idea behind the OpenGitOps Project is to come to a consensus definition of what GitOps is. And this is along the lines of—like, we were talking about DevOps, right?Like DevOps is—everybody is doing DevOps and everybody does something different. So, there is some commonality but there is not necessarily a community-agreed-upon single perspective as to what DevOps is. So, the idea behind the OpenGitOps Project and the GitOps Working Group is to basically rally the community and rally the industry towards a common opinion as to what GitOps is, eventually work towards ways to conformance and certification—so it's like you guys are doing with chaos engineering—and in an open-source community fashion. GitOps is basically a operating model for cloud-native infrastructure and applications. So, idea is that you can use the same patterns and you can use the same model to deploy and operate the underlying infrastructure as well as the workloads that are running on top of it.It's defined by four principles that might resonate as known in common for some with some caveats. So, the first principle is that your desired state, how you want your infrastructure and your workloads to look like is declarative. No, it's—you're not—there's a fundamental difference between the declarative and imperative. Imperative is you're giving instructions to reach a certain state. The current industry is just… defining the characteristics of that state, not the process by which you reached it.The current state should be immutable and should be versioned, and this is very much aligned with the whole idea of containers, which are immutable and are versioned, and the whole idea of the Gits, that if used… [unintelligible 00:26:05] if used following best practices is also immutable and versioned. So, your declared state should be versioned and immutable.it should be continuously reconciled through agents. In other words, it eliminates the human component; you are no longer executing manual jobs and you're no longer running imperative pipelines for the deployment component of your operation. You are allowing your [letting 00:26:41] agents do that for you, continuously and programmatically.And the fourth principle is, this is the only way by which you interact with the system. In other words it completely eliminates the human component from the operating model. So, for example, when I think about GitOps as a deployment mechanism, and for example, progressive delivery within the context of GitOps, I see a lot of… what's the word I'm looking for? Like, symbiosis.Jason: Yeah. Symbiosis?Leo: Yeah. Between chaos engineering, and this model of deployment. Because I think chaos engineering is also eliminating a human component; you're no longer letting humans exercise your system to find problems, you are executing those by agents, you are doing so with a declarative model, where you're declaring the attributes of the experiment and the expected outcome of that experiment, and you're defining the criteria by which you're going to abort that experiment. So, if you incorporate that model of automated, continuous validation of your solution through premeditated chaos, in a process of continuous reconciliation of your desired state, through automated deployment agents, then you have a really, really solid, reliable mechanism for the operation of cloud-native solutions.Ana: I was like, I think a lot what we've seen, I mean, especially as I sit in more CNCF stuff, is really trying to get a lot of our systems to be able to know what to do next before we need to interfere, so we don't have to wake up. So, between chaos engineering, between GitOps, between Keptn, [unintelligible 00:28:32] how is it that you can make the load of SRE and the DevOps engineer be more about making sure that things get better versus, something just broke and I need to go fix it, or I need to go talk to an engineer to go do a best practice because now those things are built into the system as a guardrail, or there's better mental models and things that are more accurate to real conditions that can happen to a system?Leo: Actually, I sidetracked. I never ended up talking more about the OpenGitOps Project and the GitOps Working Group. So, it's a community effort by the CNCF. So, it's open for contribution by everybody. You're all in the CNCF Slack, there is an OpenGitOps Slack channel there.And if you go to github.com/open-gitops, you'll be able to find ways to contribute. We are always looking to get more involvement from the community. This is also an evolving paradigm, which I think also resonates with chaos engineering.And a lot of its evolution is being driven by the use cases that are being discovered by the end-users of these technologies and the different patterns. Community involvement is very important. Industry involvement is very important. It would be fantastic and we're an open community, and I'd love to get to know more about what you're all doing with GitOps and what it means for you and how these principles apply to the challenges that your teams are running into, and the use cases that and problems spaces that you're having to deal with.Jason: I think that's a fantastic thing for our listeners to get involved in, especially as a new project that's really looking for the insight and the contribution from new members as it gets founded. As we wrap up, Leo, do you have any other projects that you want to share? How can people find you on the internet? Anything else that you want to plug?Leo: I love to meet people on these subjects that I'm very passionate about. So yes, you can find me on Twitter. I guess, it's easier to just type it, it's @murillodigital, but you'll find that in the show notes, I imagine. As well as my LinkedIn.I have to admit, I'm more of a LinkedIn person. I don't, I hope that doesn't age me or made me uncool, but I never figured out how to really work with Twitter. I'm more of a LinkedIn person, so you can find me there. I'm an organizer in the community in Costa Rica CNCF, and I run.So, for those that are Spanish speakers, I'm very much for promoting the involvement and openness of the cloud-native ecosystem to the Hispanic and Latin community. Because I think language is a barrier and I think we're coming from countries where a lot of us have struggled to basically get our head above water from lesser resources and difficult access to technology and information. But that doesn't mean that there isn't a huge amount of talent in the region. There is. And so, I run a—there's a recent initiative by the CNCF called cloud-native TV, which is we're ten shows that are streaming on Twitch.You go to cloudnative.tv, you'll see them. I run a show called Cloud Native LatinX, which is in Spanish. I invite people to talk about cloud-native technologies that are more cloud-native communities in the region.And my objective is twofold: I want to demonstrate to all Hispanics and all Latin people that they can do it, that we're all the same, doesn't matter if you don't speak the language. There is a whole bunch of people, and I am one of them that speak the language that are there, and we're there to help you learn, and support and help you push through into this community. Basically, anybody that's listening to come out and say these are actionable steps that I can take to move my career forward. So, it's every other Tuesday on cloudnative.tv, Cloud Native LatinX, if you want to hear and see more of me talking in Spanish. It's on cloudnative.tv. And the OpenGitOps Project, join in; it's open to the community. And that's me.Ana: Yes I love that shout-out to getting more folks, especially Hispanics and Latinx, be more involved in cloud and CNCF projects itself. Representation matters and folks like me and Leo come in from countries like Costa Rica, Nicaragua, we get to speak English and Spanish, we want to create more content in Spanish and let you know that you can learn chaos engineering in English and you can learn about chaos engineering in Spanish, Ingeniería de Caos. So, come on and join us. Well, thank you Leo. Muchisimas gracias por estar en el show de hoy, y gracias por estar llamando hoy desde Costa Rica, y para todos los que están oyendo hoy que también hablen español...pura vida y que se encuentren bien. Nos vemos en el próximo episodio.Leo: Muchas gracias, Ana, and thanks everybody, y pura vida para todo el mundo y ¡hagamos caos!Jason: For links to all the information mentioned, visit our website at gremlin.com/podcast. If you liked this episode, subscribe to the Break Things on Purpose podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or your favorite podcast platform. Our theme song is called, “Battle of Pogs” by Komiku, and it's available on loyaltyfreakmusic.com.

Es la Tarde de Dieter
Catedráticos 3.0: El bono cultural

Es la Tarde de Dieter

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 53:15


Agapito Maestre, José Luis Garci y Gabriel Albiac analizan el bono cultural propuesto por Pedro Sánchez para los jóvenes de 18 años.

Noticentro
Joe Biden y otros líderes políticos, rindieron un homenaje Colin Powell, ex secretario de Estado

Noticentro

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 1:25


Joe Biden y otros líderes políticos, rindieron un homenaje Colin Powell, ex secretario de EstadoLa Secretaría de Salud, entregó 40 auxiliares auditivos para 20 personas privadas de la libertadMalala Yousafzai, pide al gobierno de Afganistán que permitan a las niñas regresar a la escuela

La Corneta
Top10 #Es De Dramáticos

La Corneta

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 24:45


Llorar porque a Tite lo enterraron y nadie te aviso.

Hablemos Claro
Nuestro país se perjudica si no somos capaces de enrumbar los problemas políticos

Hablemos Claro

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 8:40


Es el país de todos el que se perjudica si no somos capaces de enrumbar los problemas políticos en una dirección adecuada. Es momento de construir juntos un país para beneficio de todos.

Revolushow
129 - Fanon: textos políticos

Revolushow

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 89:28


Zamiliano, João Carvalho e Bia (MTST) voaram para a Argélia, em parceria com a Boitempo, para discutir os textos políticos de Frantz Fanon.Este programa é criado e produzido por Revolushow e distribuído pela Half Deaf.Produtor executivo - Gus LanzettaGerente de projeto - Lídia RonconiProdução - Zamiliano, Larissa Coutinho, Diego Miranda, João Carvalho e Jones ManoelEdição de Lucas Gelo e Revisão de ZamilianoOuça nosso podcast na Orelo e nos auxílie financeiramente direto da plataforma e com seu play! Baixe o app ou entre no link https://escute.orelo.audio/revolushowSeja você nosso padrim também em http://padrim.com.br/revolushow e concorra ao sorteio de duas bolsas de estudos pela Classe Esquerda, a partir de R$5,00, e tenha acesso a nossa newsletter a partir de R$10,00; ou através do PicPay em https://www.picpay.me/revolushowLinks94 - Pele Negra Máscaras Brancas - https://revolushow.com/94-pele-negra-mascaras-brancas/Walter Günther Rodrigues Lippold - Frantz Fanon e a Revolução Argelina - https://www.cienciasrevolucionarias.com/pagina-de-produto/walter-g%C3%BCnther-rodrigues-lippold-frantz-fanon-e-a-revolu%C3%A7%C3%A3o-argelinaFrancois Maspero na Estante Virtual - https://www.estantevirtual.com.br/livros/francois-masperoCupons de Descontorevolushow - 5% de desconto em toda a loja da Cervejaria Soviet - https://www.lojasoviet.com.br/#REVOLUSHOW - 20% de desconto em todos os livros da editora Boitempo - https://www2.boitempoeditorial.com.br/revolushowREVOLUSHOW20 - 20% de Desconto nos livros da Editora Expressão Popular - https://www.expressaopopular.com.br/loja/revolushow20 - 20% de Desconto nos posteres da Revolustore - https://revolustore.com.br/Revolushow202007 - 10% de desconto nos seguintes títulos da editora Lutas Anticapital: Luiz Carlos Prestes textos resgatados do esquecimento; A cidadania burguesa e os limites da democracia; Elementos de Contraposição à Cidadania Burguesa nas Práticas Pedagógicas do Movimento dos Trabalhadores Rurais Sem Terra (MST); Sob o Fio da Navalha: Relações Estado e sociedade a partir da ação política da Economia Solidária no Brasil; Reforma Nacional Democrática e Contrarreforma no ABC paulista (1956-1964) ; A conspiração contra a escola pública; A Estratégia Democrático Popular um inventário crítico; Do Beco dos Sapos aos canaviais de Catende os ciclos de lutas pelo socialismo autogestionário ; O Fetiche da Tecnologia e a experiência das fábricas recuperadas; Mundo do Trabalho Associado e Embriões de Educação para além do capital; Reatando um fio interrompido a relação universidade-movimentos sociais na América Latina; Empresas recuperadas pelos trabalhadores: ocupações e autogestão na Argentina; Educação Democrática, Trabalho e Organização Produtiva no Movimento dos Trabalhadores Rurais Sem Terra (MST); A Tragédia Educacional Brasileira no Século XX: diálogos com Florestan Fernandes; Trabalho, Sindicalismo e Consciência de Classe.revolushow2019 - 15% de descontos nos livros da Editora BaionetaREVOLUSHOW - 10% de descontos nos livros da editora Ciências RevolucionáriasREVOLUSHOW – 20% de desconto nos livros da NovaCulturaREVOLUSHOW10 – 10% Descontos em todas as camisas da Camisa CríticaREVOLUSHOW10 – 10% Descontos em todas as camisas da Veste EsquerdaTrilha sonora:Enxugando o Gelo by BNegão & Seletores de Freqüência is licensed under a Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Brazil License. Disponível em: https://bit.ly/30dbBjvIn The Hall of the Montain King Peer Gynt Suite no. 1, Op. 46 . Disponível em: https://bit.ly/2XsGGhx

El Ritmo de la Mañana
Políticos que parecen cuereros

El Ritmo de la Mañana

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 13:01


Enigmas sin resolver
Testimoniales Enigmáticos Episodio La cueva de la Bruja de Bell

Enigmas sin resolver

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 25:05


Testimoniales Enigmáticos Episodio La cueva de la Bruja de Bell

Tres en uno
Episodio 138. Tres en uno: Denegación médica contra presos políticos, Chocolate Sur del Lago y mulas, la red nigeriana que recluta vzlanos

Tres en uno

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 19:23


En el episodio número 138 del Podcast 3 en 1, tu suplemento informativo semanal, conseguimos tres interesantes reportajes de los portales Tal Cual, El Pitazo y Runrunes.En Tal Cual y a propósito de la reciente muerte del General Raúl Baduel encontramos La denegación de atención médica se acentúa contra los presos políticos.Tres presos políticos fallecieron este año en cautiverio, 170 presentan algún tipo de patología y al menos 40 se encuentran en estado grave según el Observatorio de Derechos Humanos y el Foro Penal Venezolano. El miembro de la comunidad pemón, Salvador Franco, Gabriel Medina y Baduel fueron las víctimas del gobierno de Maduro en 2021. En El Pitazo conseguimos el trabajo Chocolate Sur del Lago endulza los paladares en Europa, el cual forma parte del especial Así se bate el chocolate en Venezuela. La calidad del producto en el sur del estado Zulia ha sido galardonada en destacados festivales gastronómicos en Inglaterra, Estados Unidos, Italia y Suiza y generado cientos de trabajos directos e indirectos. En Runrunes destaca el reportaje de la Alianza Rebelde Investiga Mulas: una red nigeriana recluta a venezolanos para llevar droga a Europa.Una alianza de periodistas de Francia, Brasil y Venezuela identificaron una estructura criminal que recluta a venezolanos para transportar droga a Europa.Por medio de historias, estas mulas relatan como es el proceso que suele conducirlos a la prisión o a la muerte.

La Libreta de Van Gaal
Saber y empatar 1x10: programas míticos de televisión

La Libreta de Van Gaal

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 99:08


Unos nos enamoraron, otros nos horrorizaron, algunos son inolvidables y de unos cuantos más no se acuerda nadie. Recordamos los mejores/peores espacios televisivos de nuestra vida con ayuda de Iñaki San Román, el 50% de 'Paquetes'. Antes que un canal de YouTube y un podcast, 'Saber y empatar' fue un libro que aún puedes encontrar en librerías. Escrito por Miguel Gutiérrez (@lalibreta) y Antonio Pacheco, con prólogo de Carlos Marañón.

¡Qué Golazo! A Daily CBS Soccer Podcast
Dest leads USMNT to comeback win over Los Ticos | CONCACAF World Cup qualifiers (Soccer 10/13)

¡Qué Golazo! A Daily CBS Soccer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 80:56


Gregg Berhalter's men got off to a nightmare start against Costa Rica, but rallied from behind to secure a home win to close out the October World Cup qualifying window. Jimmy Conrad and Heath Pearce evaluate the US' performance in Columbus, tip their hats to MOTM Sergiño Dest and take stock after a three matchdays that produced six points for the Red, White and Blue. Qué Golazo' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts.  Follow the Qué Golazo team on Twitter: @quegolazopod, @lmechegaray, @JimmyConrad, @FabrizioRomano, @Jon_LeGossip, @jamesbenge, @heathpearce, @LRoman32, @PartidoPooper Watch Qué Golazo on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/QueGolazo For more soccer coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/soccer/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Mesa Central - Columnistas
Cruz, Jordan y Mujica por los efectos políticos del debate presidencial y la alerta del Banco Central sobre el cuarto retiro del 10%

Mesa Central - Columnistas

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 38:02


En esta edición de Mesa Central del día miércoles, Iván Valenzuela conversó con María Elina Cruz, Rodrigo Jordan y Kike Mujica, sobre los efectos políticos e institucionales que dejó el debate presidencial del día lunes 11 de octubre. Además, ahondaron en que el presidente del Banco Central, Mario Marcel, alertó ayer a los senadores sobre el impacto del cuarto retiro en la fuga de capitales, el alza de inflación y el costo del crédito para los hogares.

Martha Debayle
Procedimientos estéticos que pueden arruinar tu cara. Martes 12 de octubre de 2021.

Martha Debayle

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 38:51


Para todos los beauty fans que le tienen pánico a la arruga, les decimos en qué tienen que prestar mucha atención para no arruinarse la cara.

La W Radio con Julio Sánchez Cristo
Candidatos y sus movimientos políticos: ¿qué tan fácil es asociarlos entre sí?

La W Radio con Julio Sánchez Cristo

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 9:17


El senador Inti Asprilla reveló la intención de cambiar el nombre del Pacto Histórico.

Quilo de Ciencia - Cienciaes.com
¿Autómatas genéticos?

Quilo de Ciencia - Cienciaes.com

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021


¿Qué podemos decir hoy sobre la influencia de los genes en el comportamiento, en particular en el comportamiento agresivo? Los estudios que se han producido en las últimas dos décadas han dejado claro que existen numerosas variantes de genes que afectan al comportamiento agresivo, y también al comportamiento suicida, que no deja de ser una agresión contra uno mismo. Sin embargo, no existe un único gen de la agresión ¿Cuáles son los genes más importantes? Aquellos que fabrican proteínas relacionadas con la comunicación a las neuronas entre sí. Los estudios también han demostrado que los genes no actúan solos, además intervienen otros genes y el ambiente. Un ambiente cruel y estresante puede exacerbar un comportamiento agresivo y determinadas mutaciones podrán afectar al comportamiento dependiendo de qué otras variantes de genes las acompañen.

Cienciaes.com
¿Autómatas genéticos? - Quilo de Ciencia

Cienciaes.com

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021


¿Qué podemos decir hoy sobre la influencia de los genes en el comportamiento, en particular en el comportamiento agresivo? Los estudios que se han producido en las últimas dos décadas han dejado claro que existen numerosas variantes de genes que afectan al comportamiento agresivo, y también al comportamiento suicida, que no deja de ser una agresión contra uno mismo. Sin embargo, no existe un único gen de la agresión ¿Cuáles son los genes más importantes? Aquellos que fabrican proteínas relacionadas con la comunicación a las neuronas entre sí. Los estudios también han demostrado que los genes no actúan solos, además intervienen otros genes y el ambiente. Un ambiente cruel y estresante puede exacerbar un comportamiento agresivo y determinadas mutaciones podrán afectar al comportamiento dependiendo de qué otras variantes de genes las acompañen.

Costa Rica Pura Vida Lifestyle Podcast
The "Costa Rica Pura Vida Lifestyle" Podcast Series / Let's Talk a Little About Ticos & Ticas! / Episode #753 / October 9th, 2021

Costa Rica Pura Vida Lifestyle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 8:14


Welcome to our Podcast #753! We appreciate your listening and hope you find the time to go through the 100's of episodes that we have recorded already. They're short, so listen to a few every day! I promise you will learn all you need to know about one of the happiest countries on the planet! Here's some links that will get you started in learning more about Costa Rica! Become a "COSTA RICA PURA VIDA" Brand Ambassador & Share the LIFESTYLE with EVERYONE! Here's the link: https://www.costaricagoodnewsreport.com/brandambassador.html Here's a link to the US Embassy here in Costa Rica: https://cr.usembassy.gov/ For more information on acquiring your legal status here in Costa Rica, visit our website at: https://www.costaricaimmigrationandmovingexperts.com Apostilling Your Documents is a Very Integral Part of the Residency Process. Click through on this link for more information: https://www.apostillewilliamedwardlicht.com Our email address is costaricagoodnews@gmail.com We'd love to hear from you! Our short stories / blog postings are located at our Costa Rica Good News Report website. Lots of stories about the life here in paradise! We think you'll really enjoy these: https://www.costaricagoodnewsreport.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/costa-rica-pura-vida/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/costa-rica-pura-vida/support

Coffuelled
EP 38 | Vampiros energéticos y personas empáticas

Coffuelled

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 35:25


El amor propio, una vez más, es la medicina. Este episodio está basado en el libro “Dodging energy vampires” de Christiane Northrup. Habla sobre la relación que se desarrolla entre personas altamente sensibles y personas abusan de ellos, generalmente con perfiles narcisistas y psicópatas. El libro aborda por qué se da está relación y cómo puedes empezar a evitar ser presa de estos depredadores. Platico algunos de los tips que menciona para cuidarte y cómo saber identificar a los vampiros en tu vida para empezar a evitarlos.

El Ritmo de la Mañana
Frases de políticos en lenguaje inclusivo

El Ritmo de la Mañana

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 12:15


Enigmas sin resolver
Testimoniales Enigmáticos Episodio El Exorcismo de Anna Ecklund

Enigmas sin resolver

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 25:27


Testimoniales Enigmáticos Episodio El Exorcismo de Anna Ecklund

Mesa Central - RatPack
Los argumentos políticos y técnicos que estarán presente en la acusación constitucional contra Piñera, el Plan Fronteras Protegidas y el peor momento de Facebook

Mesa Central - RatPack

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 23:46


Este jueves, en una nueva edición del Rat Pack, Iván Valenzuela conversó con Angélica Bulnes, Andrea Vial y Paula Comandari sobre los argumentos políticos y técnicos que estarán presente en la acusación constitucional contra Piñera, los cambios en el Plan Fronteras Protegidas presentado por el Minsal. Además, se ahondó en lo qué se destacó cómo la dura semana de Marck Zuckerberg y Facebook.

El Partidazo de COPE
Los míticos España – Italia, en #MundoMaldini (05-10-2021)

El Partidazo de COPE

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 14:18


Sin Maquillaje, Altagracia Salazar
Los políticos empapelados en Pandora, Sin Maquillaje, Octubre 5, 2021

Sin Maquillaje, Altagracia Salazar

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 29:13


El primer nombre en saltar en la versión local era necesariamente el del presidente de la República. A nivel internacional no solo local, los líderes fueron privilegiados con las primeras planas. Antes que de la casa de gobierno se emitiera un comunicado ya dos medios importantes como el Washington Post y El país aclaraban que en en el caso de Abinader, las empresas aparecían en su declaración jurada de bienes como tenedoras de otras empresas que pagan impuesto. En Segundo lugar salta por rango Margarita Cedeño que aparece como apoderada de una empresa offshore que virtualmente no hizo ninguna operación. Los especialistas a quienes consulté me indican que es una práctica ordinaria en derecho corporativo en el que un propietario no quiere aparecer y apodera a abogado. El caso mas llamativo de los locales es del Víctor Díaz Rúa que es identificado como apoderado de una empresa que compra un apartamento valorado en 19 millones de dólares que termina en manos de la primera esposa del ex presidente Leonel Fernández. En los papeles de pandora aparece José Ramón Peralta y Donald Guerrero, colaboradores más que cercanos del expresidente Danilo Medina. También el actual ministro Jose Manuel Paliza. Los senadores Alexis Victoria y David Sosa también están empapelados y creo que el caso de los legisladores es el ideal para provocar una reflexión de la ciudadanía. Victoria declaró la empresa y Sosa no. En Dajabón todo el mundo sabe que el origen de las empresas de Sosa es viejo porque la empresa le precede como grupo familiar. Pero eso no lo disculpa. Para los ciudadanos y ciudadanas dominicanas Los papeles de Pandora tienen que ser asumidos en dos vertientes. El primero el de la transparencia necesaria de quienes quieren hacer vida política y pública y por tanto rendir cuentas; en segundo lugar desde la preocupación de quienes pagan impuestos y quienes crean estas empresas para evadirlos que es el motivo de la investigación internacional. Por lo que me han ayudado a analizar en el caso dominicano aparecen dos tipos de offshores en los citados papeles: empresas tenedoras de valores de otras empresas que pagan sus impuestos aquí y lo que podría ser una infracción o delito que son las empresas creadas para burlar la propiedad o propiedades cuyos dueños no aparecen. No sé a quien le toca la investigación pero la bola está en esa cancha.

Duro y a la cabeza
Investigaciones periodísticas revelan el escándalo financiero llamado Pandora Papers: Artistas, políticos, cantantes, deportistas, a nivel mundial… y

Duro y a la cabeza

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 24:08


Investigaciones periodísticas revelan el escándalo financiero llamado Pandora Papers: Artistas, políticos, cantantes, deportistas, a nivel mundial… y también El club de los millonarios mexicanos, todo queda en familias

Circle Sanctuary Network Podcasts
Lunes Lunáticos ~ Silvia Selowsky ~ Autora

Circle Sanctuary Network Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 61:00


¿Quién dijo que sólo los Viernes son divertidos? Alócate los Lunes con Laura González en 'Lunes Lunáticos'..... Cualquier cosa puede suceder!!!! En este episodio nos acompaña Silvia Selowsky charlando con Laura González acerca de su trabajo con Oráculos, Simbología, Tarot y Diosa. Como siempre contaremos con la cápsula Astrológica de Mónica Gobbin.

Footure Podcasts
Código BR #41 | Os problemas táticos do Grêmio, a força do Galo, RB x Corinthians: rodada 23

Footure Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 81:36


A 23ª rodada do Brasileirão se encerrou com muitos assuntos importantes para tratarmos ao longo do final de semana. A começar pela delicada situação do Grêmio que, apesar de dois jogos a menos, não dá sinais de tanta evolução. O que acontece com a equipe de Felipão? O Atlético Mineiro mostrou sua força e resiliência contra o Inter e venceu por 1-0. Em Bragança Paulista, tivemos o ótimo RB Bragantino 2-2 Corinthians; o CAP anunciou a chegada de Alberto Valentim como um dos auxiliares/técnicos da equipe. Estes e outros detalhes, vamos mostrar no Código BR 41.

SBS Spanish - SBS en español
Más de 330 políticos, celebridades y líderes religiosos escondieron sus fortunas para no pagar impuestos, revela investigación

SBS Spanish - SBS en español

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 5:26


Una extensa pesquisa del Consorcio Internacional de Periodistas de Investigación denominada “Papeles de Pandora” revela los nombres de estos poderosos personajes, entre ellos 15 actuales y retirados jefes de Estado de América Latina. Escucha el informe del corresponsal de SBS Spanish en Centroamérica, Wilfredo Salamanca.

Enigmas sin resolver
Testimoniales Enigmáticos Los secretos oscuros de Sharon Lopatka

Enigmas sin resolver

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 21:35


Testimoniales Enigmáticos Los secretos oscuros de Sharon Lopatka