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Evil Thoughts
Gas Ass

Evil Thoughts

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 18:20


Energy Secretary, Jennifer Granholm denied the Biden Administration's policies have had any effect whatsoever on stratospheric gas prices, instead she blamed Vlad, and COVID!

Bankless
Robinhood's Crypto Pivot with Vlad Tenev, Co-Founder, CEO

Bankless

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 36:32


Robinhood's Co-Founder & CEO, Vlad Tenev announced some major news at Permissionless earlier this week. Robinhood is diving deep into crypto and web3! How so? When's the big roll-out? Hear all about it and so much more in the interview. P.S. It's Ryan and David's FIRST in-person interview! You don't want to miss it, anon. Trust. ------

The Librarian Is In
Social Media, Vlad, and Electronics! (Wait, what?), Ep 217

The Librarian Is In

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 59:33


Our hosts discuss an article Frank read on how social media has affected our society, and Crystal's book pick, Vladimir by Julia May Jones. 

Hungry Generation Leadership
Inner and Outer Anointing // Pastor Vlad (Leadership Meeting)

Hungry Generation Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 29:16


Inner and Outer Anointing // Pastor Vlad (Leadership Meeting)For more information go to https://hungrygen.com/podcast/

FTN Fantasy Baseball Podcast
Vlad's FAAB Therapy Session

FTN Fantasy Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 59:49


Matthew Davis (@_mattywood_) and Vlad Sedler (@RotoGut) recap the early part of the season. They also discuss starting pitchers that are currently on the IL along with a little FAAB therapy session for Vlad. Topics Include:- FTN heading to Chicago- SPs on the IL- Vlad's FAAB Therapy Players Mentioned- Jacob deGrom- Lance Lynn- Chris Sale- Jack Flaherty- Andrew Heaney- Anthony DeSclafani- plus many more!Link to Weekly Hitting Planner from Matthew Davishttps://www.ftnfantasy.com/articles/at-mattywood/50862/fantasy-baseball-weekly-hitting-primerLink to Weekly Pitching Planner from Matt Kupferlehttps://www.ftnfantasy.com/articles/mkupferle/50837/fantasy-baseball-weekly-pitching-primerFTNBets PROMOTION: https://www.ftnbets.com/- Current promotion for our monthly Diamond membership covering ALL sports for betting -- just $49.99 per month- Access to all betting picks for all sports including MLB, NFL, Golf, NBA & NHL playoffs - For MLB, you get access to FTN's Premium MLB Strikeout Model and Home Run Model Please subscribe/rate/review

In The Conversation
Conspicuous Consumption

In The Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 78:22


Damien and Ali get In The Conversation about Las Vegas, Anderson .Paak's family ties and Barry. Twitter.com/dlemoncomedy // Twitter.com/mrmuhammad
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Welcome2thevillage
Episode 219: Welcome 2 The Village: ZOOMS ZOOMS AND WHAMS WHAMS!!!

Welcome2thevillage

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 73:54


What's going on Village! This episode we discuss: Vlad got his head on a swivel, Buffalo shooting, gun politics in California, old racist news! So sit back and ride with the Village! Welcome 2 The Village can be heard through Stitcher Radio, iTunes, Tumblr, Spotify, Podomatic, Amazon music, Soundcloud, YouTube, and LinkedIn! We encourage you to subscribe to us on all of our platforms and if you have a few minutes leave us a review (WE REALLY APPRECIATE GOOD REVIEWS). We can be reached by email: welcome2thevillage@gmail.com, and by checking out our Facebook page titled "Welcome2theVillage". So sit back and ride with the Village, laugh with the Village, Welcome2thevillage!!!Thanks for listening,The VillageTWITTER: @W2theVillage @NLightNMyMind @MuseKaoticSHOW SITES: Stitcher Radio, Apple Podcast, Audacy, Deezer, iTunes, Tumblr, Spotify, Podomatic, iHeart Radio, Amazon music, Audible, Player FM, Soundcloud, YouTube, and LinkedIn by searching for Kevin JohnsonINSTAGRAM: Welcome2thevillage FACEBOOK: Welcome 2 The VillageEmail: welcome2thevillage@gmail.com 

Juarez By Night
El Réquiem​ | 18 - Invictus

Juarez By Night

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 125:49


En este episodio de "El Requiem" hablamos de una de las Alianzas disponibles para ser jugadas: El Invictus, un grupo enfocado en la adquisición del poder asi como la manutención de la tradición y la costumbre. ============================================ Nuestras Redes Sociales: https://linktr.ee/juarezbynight Nuestro Canal de Discord: https://discord.gg/k39sEzA Nuestro Canal de Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/juarezbynight Nuestro Canal de Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/juarezbynight =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Odile Clio: https://twitter.com/OdileClio https://www.instagram.com/odileclio/ Vlad: https://www.instagram.com/antlered_head/ =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Nuestro amigos: WOD Latino America:  https://www.facebook.com/WoDLatinoAmerica https://www.instagram.com/wodlatinoamerica/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCz-Lx1LTQ-dkQlW9hRxcSCA El Gremio de la Frontera:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/443096336234894/ Master Phase:  https://open.spotify.com/show/64fwdiaY5eivxzS5qZDYyf https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBhZefZH7kIpDPkXuh4SKbQ Corona Rol: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYMIKDkrZgsQjuUdtaLUKXw Recuerden que pueden contactarnos con comentarios, sugerencias y preguntas a juarez.by.night@gmail.com y seguirnos en https://www.instagram.com/juarez.by.night/ y en https://www.facebook.com/juarez.by.night/ para conocer más de Juárez by Night y noticias sobre Vampiro la Mascarada. Y si tienen algún evento, grupo o mesa de juego que gusten publicitar con mucho gusto los mencionaremos en el programa. Algunas partes de los materiales son derechos de autor y marcas registradas de Paradox Interactive AB, y se usan con permiso. Todos los derechos reservados. Para obtener más información, visite white-wolf.com Este programa no forma parte del material oficial del Mundo de Tinieblas de White Wolf. Musica de Fondo: Intro: Teknoaxe - Vampire Underground https://youtu.be/rhRem5_cnhc https://open.spotify.com/artist/0Hyqsw7GWssXIOVgy36ohS https://www.reverbnation.com/teknoaxe Invictus: Kisnou -  Invictus https://youtu.be/MJVToRRlVR4

West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy
West Coast Cookbook and Speakeasy - Blue Moon Spirits Fridays 13 May 22

West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 63:27


West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy is Now Open! 8am-9am PT/ 11am-Noon ET for our especially special Daily Specials; Blue Moon Spirits Friday!Starting off in the Bistro Cafe, the January 6 committee has subpoenaed five House Republicans after they stonewalled the panel.On the rest of the menu, Trump officials and meat processors worked closely to keep plants open in the first year of the pandemic, even though they knew workers were rapidly getting infected; the California Coastal Commission voted unanimously to deny a permit to build a $1.4 billion dollar seawater desalination plant; and, with Russia's invasion of Ukraine revealing Vlad's intent, the US Army is poised to revamp its forces in Alaska to better prepare for future cold-weather conflicts.After the break, we move to the Chef's Table where a European Union plan aims to help get wheat from Ukraine to the world; and, Costa Rica declared a state of emergency after a month of crippling ransomware attacks.All that and more, on West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy with Chef de Cuisine Justice Putnam.Bon Appétit!~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~“Structural linguistics is a bitterly divided and unhappy profession, and a large number of its practitioners spend many nights drowning their sorrows in Ouisghian Zodahs.” ― Douglas Adams "The Restaurant at the End of the Universe"~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Show Notes & Links: https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2022/5/13/2097728/-West-Coast-Cookbook-amp-Speakeasy-Daily-Special-Blue-Moon-Spirits-FridaysWCC&S Deep State Archive:https://archive.org/details/west_coast_cookbook_and_speakeasy_with_justice_putnam_21_nov_17Netroots Radio Live Player:https://www.netrootsradio.com/

Alex and Adrian's Unattended Baggage
Episode #146: Driving Miss Crazy

Alex and Adrian's Unattended Baggage

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 60:23


Alex gets speakeasy access and learns tips for cooking meth in the new “Uber Confessions” segment, Adrian realizes he has no life after spending hours on plan to terrify Indian scam callers, crypto bros still HODLing, we're praying that Vlad and Xi live long enough to start a nuclear war, and how do you tell which Korean twin didn't drink the fluoride?

Dis Dat with My Cousin Vlad
Episode 91: The Story of the Kmart Junkie

Dis Dat with My Cousin Vlad

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 106:22


Don't we think we know it all? Vlad tells the true story of his Perth altercation at Kmart, speaks on the worst Uber drivers in Australia, sporting memories growing up, what he'd be doing if he didn't have a Mrs and kids, best advice he's recieved and how to avoid being surrounded by Catastrophas! SUPPORT THE SUPPORTERS THAT SUPPORT THE PODCAST!!!ODYSSEY COFFEE (Immaculate Coffee Reimagined)Specialty coffee from 3 x Vladiators in Victoria, with a passion for quality, taste and consistency!MENTION: VLAD for 10% off! Contact: admin@odysseycoffee.com.auhttp://www.odyssey.com.auVirtuosys (Business Cybersecurity & Productivity)IT company specialising in cybersecurity, staff productivity & technology for businesses. MENTION: VLAD for 10% Off! Huge savings!http://www.virtuosys.com.auContact: disdat@virtuosys.com.auPriore Electrical Melbourne (Preci.    mmo;sion & Reliability in Electrical)High quality workmanship, reliability, quality and precision. Melbourne based electrical company. MENTION: VLAD for the discount Carl Lopriore - 0426130202Contact: priore.electrical@gmail.comMetropolitan Stone (Kitchens, Cabinets, Laundry, All Cabinets)We have a combined 30 years experience in the cabinet making industry in Victoria! Everything from small projects to large projects!Benchtop change overs, Kitchen facilities, Kitchens, Laundries, Bathroom cabinets, T.v units, Wardrobes etc!MENTION: VLADContact: MATT 0425797488Matthew@metropolitanstone.com.auBruce Super Convenience (Specialising in American candy, snacks, chocolates and all hard to get confectionary and snacks from Europe & USA etc) Mention VLAD for special freebies on top of your orders! https://brucesuper.com.au/http://www.instagram.com/BruceSuperChttps://www.facebook.com/brucesupercOrange Legal Group (Specialising in Property law for purchasing and selling, conveyancing, in-house Mortgage broker & Chartered Account! One stop shop for ALL property needs! Wrap! FREE Contract reviews for buyers before purchasing property! Mention VLAD! https://www.orangelegalgroup.com.auEmail: property@orangelegalgroup.com.auAngel Grove Collectables (Online collectables from our favourite franchises from the 90s & beyond)New and exclusive toys and collectables from a number of awesome franchises. These include Power Rangers, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Dragon Ball, Pokémon and many more!CODE: Vlad (10% discount for all)https://www.angelgrovecollectables.comVisual Energy Signs (Signs, printing, stickers dis dat) HELLO! VISUAL ENERGY! The greatest signage company. CODE: Mention VLAD for deals! https://visualenergysigns.comContact: mycousinvlad@gmail.comAdverts: Email for rates and deals to wraphttp://www.instagram.com/mycousinvladhttp://www.facebook.com/mycousinvladhttp://www.soundcloud.com/mycousinvladhttp://www.youtube.com/mycousinvlad

JustEldredge Podcast
148 | Kevin Samuels Walked… So Black Men Could Run

JustEldredge Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 85:06


In The Conversation
Epic Ass Clappin'

In The Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 84:05


Damien and Ali get In The Conversation about the Strength Of A Woman festival, entrepreneurship, and Kendrick Lamar. Twitter.com/dlemoncomedy // Twitter.com/mrmuhammad
 Keep up with the conversation on Facebook:
Facebook.com/InTheConversation

Noticias Mediodía
Elena Gijón: "Putin ha recurrido esta mañana a la vieja táctica del chivo expiatorio"

Noticias Mediodía

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 0:47


Elena Gijón habla en 'Noticias mediodía' sobre el tradicional desfile militar ruso presidido por Vladímir Putin en la plaza Roja de Moscú. 

Career Growth Made Easy
#101: Change Your Money Mindset with Vladimir Iovu

Career Growth Made Easy

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 40:08


Change Your Money Mindset with Vladimir IovuOur 100+ episode celebration continues on Career Growth Made Easy with another guest. Please welcome Vlad Iovu, fellow podcaster and YouTuber, from Yes To Money.  One of Vlad's shows that peaked Craig's interest was "Double Your Money in 2022". In today's second guest episode Craig talks with Vlad about how our mindsets are critical for success. Our mindsets can be affected by our peer groups. Listen to find out how your networks can help and harm you. Finally, if you're in over your head trying to "keep up with the Jones", then tune in to find out different ways to view your situation and get unstuck today.Chapters[01:02]Welcome, Vlad Iovu from the Yes To Money podcast and YouTube channel.[02:20]What can you do with $1000 in the United States?[04:11]Mentoring can really accelerate your career growth![05:48]As you think, you will become.[08:03]If you think you can, or you think you can't, you're right.[12:13]You are the average of the 5 people you spend the most time with.[17:03]The older we get, the more rigid we can become.[19:30]If we stay in our comfort zones, we can become complacent.[24:12]You have the ability to impact your next performance review and potentially increase your pay.[29:05]It's natural to have wants and desires, but are you willing to put the effort in to obtain those things?[31:21]Trying to keep up with the Jones can hurt you.[38:00]To get ahold of today's guest, Vlad Iovu, click the link here!Mentioned LinksCGME: Ep 93 Multiple Your MentorshipCGME: Ep 14 I Just Can'tCGME: Ep 88 Guide to Great Performance ReviewsVlad Iovu: YouTube Channel - Yes To Money

How to Travel Vegan w/Tom Simak
Vladislav Kaim On The Economics Of Climate Change, Green Jobs & Immigration

How to Travel Vegan w/Tom Simak

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 85:09


"If you are investing in fossil fuels now, you are investing in a stranded asset where in 30 years that you will not get your returns from, and it will produce misery for the planet."Today we are chatting with Vladislav Kaim, one of the UNs Youth Advisory Group on Climate Change. Vlad is a young economist committed to ensuring green and decent jobs for youth, and his specialty is in international trade and migration with his most recent assignment being representation of youth interests at the UN High-Level Dialogue on Energy platform. We'll be talking about all things economics and how that affects climate change and the green future we have to build to thrive as a society.Video version: https://youtu.be/5hj95jfv_tcThe key topics in today's episode:05:30 - The representation of young people in climate change10:00 - Increasing green jobs16:00 - Looking after developing nations20:00 - Moral obligation of nations23:30 - What will happen if a nation dissapears27:30 - Defining green jobs28:30 - What we're doing wrong33:30 - Are we ready for a green transition37:00 - What are the jobs of the future43:00 - How to transition away from fossil fuels52:00 - Switching pension funds58:00 - Democracy and what it can do01:02:00 - International trade and migration01:10:00 - Hosting climate refugeesConnect with Vlad:Twitter | https://twitter.com/VladislavKaimLinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/vladislav-kaim-6a8564180/Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/vladnotimpaler/Connect with me:Instagram | @plant.paradigmYouTube | The Plant ParadigmTwitter | @plantparadigmWebsite | www.theplantparadigm.comSubscribe to the podcast:Apple | Spotify | Stitcher |Stay happy,Eat plants,Peace

HungryGen Podcast
While Waiting // Pastor Vlad

HungryGen Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 28:21


While Waiting // Pastor Vlad For notes and quotes of this message go to https://hungrygen.com/sermons/

Nightmares on the Lost Highway Podcast

Have you heard the bloody story of the Wallachian conqueror Vlad the Impaler?

Trumanitarian
44. Rogue

Trumanitarian

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 41:19


Humanitarian Action in Ukraine today is a mix between Government-led operations, international humanitarian action and a myriad of grassroots initiative providing essential support to vulnerable populations. But how do these very different types of aid come together? Can "Big Aid" connect with "Little Aid" and can the grassroots initiatives be scaled to become "Little Big Aid?" Lewis Sida has worked in the humanitarian sector for decades. In Ukraine he has gone rogue, become a "nutter" and is supporting a guy called Vlad who has some medical supplies and a couple of trucks. Lewis and Lars Peter Nissen explore together the space between big and small aid and contrast the Ukrainian operation with humanitarian action in Yemen.

Dis Dat with My Cousin Vlad
Episode 90: The Future of Botoxed Men & Single Females

Dis Dat with My Cousin Vlad

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 81:36


As the world turns, Vlad wonders whether 1990 was a better year than 2022, finks about what his children are gonna be like in the future, what is right or wrong about men getting botox, what makes a good person &  living in a Godless world of know-it-alls.SUPPORT THE SUPPORTERS THAT SUPPORT THE PODCAST!!!NEW PODCAST SPONSORS!!!!ODYSSEY COFFEE (Immaculate Coffee Reimagined)Specialty coffee from 3 x Vladiators in Victoria, with a passion for quality, taste and consistency!MENTION: VLAD for 10% off! Contact: admin@odysseycoffee.com.auhttp://www.odyssey.com.auVirtuosys (Business Cybersecurity & Productivity)IT company specialising in cybersecurity, staff productivity & technology for businesses. MENTION: VLAD for 10% Off! Huge savings!http://www.virtuosys.com.auContact: disdat@virtuosys.com.auPriore Electrical Melbourne (Preci.    mmo;sion & Reliability in Electrical)High quality workmanship, reliability, quality and precision. Melbourne based electrical company. MENTION: VLAD for the discount Carl Lopriore - 0426130202Contact: priore.electrical@gmail.comMetropolitan Stone (Kitchens, Cabinets, Laundry, All Cabinets)We have a combined 30 years experience in the cabinet making industry in Victoria! Everything from small projects to large projects!Benchtop change overs, Kitchen facilities, Kitchens, Laundries, Bathroom cabinets, T.v units, Wardrobes etc!MENTION: VLADContact: MATT 0425797488Matthew@metropolitanstone.com.auBruce Super Convenience (Specialising in American candy, snacks, chocolates and all hard to get confectionary and snacks from Europe & USA etc) Mention VLAD for special freebies on top of your orders! https://brucesuper.com.au/http://www.instagram.com/BruceSuperChttps://www.facebook.com/brucesupercOrange Legal Group (Specialising in Property law for purchasing and selling, conveyancing, in-house Mortgage broker & Chartered Account! One stop shop for ALL property needs! Wrap! FREE Contract reviews for buyers before purchasing property! Mention VLAD! https://www.orangelegalgroup.com.auEmail: property@orangelegalgroup.com.auAngel Grove Collectables (Online collectables from our favourite franchises from the 90s & beyond)New and exclusive toys and collectables from a number of awesome franchises. These include Power Rangers, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Dragon Ball, Pokémon and many more!CODE: Vlad (10% discount for all)https://www.angelgrovecollectables.comVisual Energy Signs (Signs, printing, stickers dis dat) HELLO! VISUAL ENERGY! The greatest signage company. CODE: Mention VLAD for deals! https://visualenergysigns.comContact: mycousinvlad@gmail.comAdverts: Email for rates and deals to wraphttp://www.instagram.com/mycousinvladhttp://www.facebook.com/mycousinvladhttp://www.soundcloud.com/mycousinvladhttp://www.youtube.com/mycousinvlad

In The Conversation
The Desire Doesn't Dissapate

In The Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 75:21


Damien and Ali get In The Conversation about defeating FOMO, persnickety white people shit, and Trini 2 De Bone. Twitter.com/dlemoncomedy // Twitter.com/mrmuhammad
 Keep up with the conversation on Facebook:
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Burgundy Radio
2022 Stanley Cup Playoff Preview

Burgundy Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 179:26


Earl, Jackie, and Vlad return to preview the 2022 Stanley Cup Playoffs!

Catholic Drive Time: Keeping you Informed & Inspired!
Update on Russia and Ukraine, What's New?

Catholic Drive Time: Keeping you Informed & Inspired!

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 119:59


Today on “Catholic Drive Time,” Will Russia use a nuclear weapon? Col. Matt Dooley joins us. ALSO – New Lepanto Institute Report coming out today, Michael Hitchborn fills us in. ‘Ghost of Kyiv' Fighter Ace Is Actually a Myth, Ukraine Military Admits Col. Matt Dooley – Russia and Nuclear war? Russian Foreign Minister on use of Nuclear weapons - Sergey Lavrov They claim they are defending Russians in Ukraine Locals in the Donbas have claimed the Asov have been then real invaders Did we not go to Granada to defend Americans? An ongoing proxy war What series of events would need to happen to result in a nuclear weapon being used? Would NATO retaliate? Sergey Lavrov – claims Zalinsky is ignoring the offers of Russia in the peace talks. Is a negotiated peace possible at this point? Rumors of Vlad's health Michael Hitchborn – Leponto Institute – New report on Bishop's funding pro-abortion orgs. Investigation: COVID-positive nursing home residents were given deadly euthanasia cocktails Archaeologists find cave, then realize 70,000 Christians may have hidden in biggest underground city on Earth Warren Buffett has given $50 million to pro-abortion ‘Catholics for Choice' Second Hour: breaking news, saint of the day, Gospel, Plus New Round of the Catholic trivia game show Fear and Trembling!!! Then Stay tuned for the Catholic Drive Time After Show!!!! Starting at 7:30 am where we let our hair down and speak more casually across our live streams. We will field questions from our comment sections. Follow Catholic Drive Time on social media Official Social Media Account IG: @CatholicDriveTime Twitter: @CatholicDrive Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CatholicDriv... YouTube: Catholic Drive Time Joe Social Media IG: @TheCatholicHack Twitter: @Catholic_Hack Facebook: Joe McClane YouTube: Joe McClane Adrian Social Media IG: @ffonze Twitter: @AdrianFonze Facebook: Adrian Fonseca YouTube: Adrian Fonseca YouTube: Catholic Conversations Rudy Social Media IG: @ydursolrac Youtube: Glad Trad Podcast Twitter: R_Rodcraft https://www.grnonline.com/ Listen in your car on your local GRN station - http://grnonline.com/stations/ Listen online at GRNonline.com Listen on your mobile with our GRN app (both IOS and Android) Listen on Facebook @GRNonline Listen on Twitter @GRNonline Listen on YouTube @GRNonline History of the GRN: Starting with absolutely nothing we placed our trust in the Lord and our Blessed Mother. By August of 1996, we were breaking ground for the construction of the Guadalupe Resource Center where our ministry has flourished. We now operate radio 37 stations that reach a potential listening audience of twenty million souls. The Guadalupe Radio Network is the largest EWTN affiliate in the USA. Visit our website to learn more about us, find a local GRN radio station, a schedule of our programming and so much more. http://grnonline.com/

Cucubano
342: Vlad, el empalador (Parte II)

Cucubano

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 62:49


Esta semana continuamos con la conversación con José Morey y con Jean Carlos Cruz sobre peceras de agua salada. Si no has escuchado la primera parte, te recomiendo que la escuches antes de escuchar esta. Cucubano es un espacio para que nuestra audiencia nos cuente sus historias. Exhortamos a los podescuchas a que nos graben una historia, una entrevista o que graben con nosotros una o más historias de cosas que les han pasado. Nos puedes contactar o seguirnos a través de Twitter en @CucubanoPod. También nos puedes contactar usando nuestro email: cucubanopod@gmail.com. El único requisito es que la historia sea una experiencia personal. Envíanos tu historia, porque todos tenemos una historia que contar. Si quieres más historias y contenido, las consigues apoyando el podcast en: https://www.patreon.com/ManoloMatos. También puedes seguirme en @ManoloMatos. El podcast lo puedes bajar desde cualquier aplicación de podcasts, iVoox, Stitcher, Apple Podcasts, Spotify o escucharlo a continuación. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cucubano/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cucubano/support

Raised to Deliver Podcast
Episode 101 - 5 Reasons Why We Pray

Raised to Deliver Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 16:10


5 Reasons Why We PrayFor more information visit https://www.pastorvlad.org/

Sammie Smiles
S2 E20: Sammie Interviews Vladimir Duthiers

Sammie Smiles

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 51:11


You are in for a treat! Sammie interviews the Peabody and Emmy award winning journalist Vladimir Duthiers. Vlad is a CBS News correspondent in New York that has an incredible way of interacting with people all over the world. This episode covers so much and is jam packed full of topics from flying with the blue angels to interviewing Lin Manuel Miranda. Toss in a whole section on Reading Rainbow and their mutual love of books with a fun sprinkling of rapid-fire round that goes both ways. You will not only learn a lot about Vlad and his passion for talking with people and sharing stories but also about how he deals with reporting the hard topics. See if you are surprised by Sammie's favorite animal. This interview will have you smiling from start to finish. Stay tuned until the end to find out what makes Vlad smile.

Dis Dat with My Cousin Vlad
Episode 89: Me, Johnny Depp & The Fat Guy from New York

Dis Dat with My Cousin Vlad

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 85:01


This week Vlad sends it about the Johnny Depp trial, batting off an algorithm,  the modern Atheist movement, why its not what you know or who you know, eating rainbow trout in Macedonia, Elon Musk and the Twitter idiots, being blamed for his wife's tiredness & meeting Tim Dillon! SUPPORT THE SUPPORTERS THAT SUPPORT THE PODCAST!!!NEW PODCAST SPONSORS!!!!ODYSSEY COFFEE (Immaculate Coffee Reimagined)Specialty coffee from 3 x Vladiators in Victoria, with a passion for quality, taste and consistency!MENTION: VLAD for 10% off! Contact: admin@odysseycoffee.com.auhttp://www.odyssey.com.auVirtuosys (Business Cybersecurity & Productivity)IT company specialising in cybersecurity, staff productivity & technology for businesses. MENTION: VLAD for 10% Off! Huge savings!http://www.virtuosys.com.auContact: disdat@virtuosys.com.auPriore Electrical Melbourne (Preci.    mmo;sion & Reliability in Electrical)High quality workmanship, reliability, quality and precision. Melbourne based electrical company. MENTION: VLAD for the discount Carl Lopriore - 0426130202Contact: priore.electrical@gmail.comMetropolitan Stone (Kitchens, Cabinets, Laundry, All Cabinets)We have a combined 30 years experience in the cabinet making industry in Victoria! Everything from small projects to large projects!Benchtop change overs, Kitchen facilities, Kitchens, Laundries, Bathroom cabinets, T.v units, Wardrobes etc!MENTION: VLADContact: MATT 0425797488Matthew@metropolitanstone.com.auBruce Super Convenience (Specialising in American candy, snacks, chocolates and all hard to get confectionary and snacks from Europe & USA etc) Mention VLAD for special freebies on top of your orders! https://brucesuper.com.au/http://www.instagram.com/BruceSuperChttps://www.facebook.com/brucesupercOrange Legal Group (Specialising in Property law for purchasing and selling, conveyancing, in-house Mortgage broker & Chartered Account! One stop shop for ALL property needs! Wrap! FREE Contract reviews for buyers before purchasing property! Mention VLAD! https://www.orangelegalgroup.com.auEmail: property@orangelegalgroup.com.auAngel Grove Collectables (Online collectables from our favourite franchises from the 90s & beyond)New and exclusive toys and collectables from a number of awesome franchises. These include Power Rangers, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Dragon Ball, Pokémon and many more!CODE: Vlad (10% discount for all)https://www.angelgrovecollectables.comVisual Energy Signs (Signs, printing, stickers dis dat) HELLO! VISUAL ENERGY! The greatest signage company. CODE: Mention VLAD for deals! https://visualenergysigns.comContact: mycousinvlad@gmail.comAdverts: Email for rates and deals to wraphttp://www.instagram.com/mycousinvladhttp://www.facebook.com/mycousinvladhttp://www.soundcloud.com/mycousinvladhttp://www.youtube.com/mycousinvlad

CrabDiving Radio Podcast
CrabDiving – Wed 042722 – Pence Was Afraid of Getting Black-Vanned Out of DC On January 6th

CrabDiving Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 116:00


Pence was afraid of getting black-vanned out of DC on January 6th. DeSantis might not be able to kill Disney. The Euro wind industry has been smacked with hack attacks. One in five species of reptiles may become extinct due to climate change including cobras. Dumb MAGATS said dumb crap at a dumb Trump rally. Vlad said he may nuke the west. The US and Russia exchanged some prisoners. JEEBUS load Shane Vaughn reminded us god chose Shitler. A Repub running for office was busted beating his wife. Horrific legislator Marjorie Taylor Greene said the Catholic Church is being run by Satan and pedos. Conservative doofus Louie Gohmert bizarrely defended insurrectionist-curious SCOTUS Clarence Thomas.

In The Conversation
I'm The Example

In The Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 89:17


Damien and Ali get In The Conversation about tickets, the NBA's new generation, and the Snowfall finale. Twitter.com/dlemoncomedy // Twitter.com/mrmuhammad
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Birds All Day
Would Vlad Jr. batting No. 2 help the Jays, Chapman's cannon & the critical 10-game homestand

Birds All Day

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 46:15


Soaked in triumph, the back-to-back series-winning Jays appeared to turn a corner offensively, if only a shallow corner. Drew and Kaitlyn discuss the wins in Boston and Houston, and they also wonder out loud if moving Vlad to the 2-spot would result in a cloudburst of offense. Espinal continues to impress, as does Matt Chapman's ludicrous arm. Jordan Romano looked a bit shaky versus the 'Stros, is all OK in Savesland? Plus, Toronto faces a crucial 10-game homestand. Follow Drew on Twitter: @DrewGROF Follow Kaitlyn on Twitter: @kaitlyncmcgrath Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Cucubano
341: Vlad, el empalador (Parte I)

Cucubano

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 58:37


Esta semana converso con José Morey y con Jean Carlos Cruz sobre peceras de agua salada, pero como ven en el título, nos fuimos por unas tangentes bastante algarete. Cucubano es un espacio para que nuestra audiencia nos cuente sus historias. Exhortamos a los podescuchas a que nos graben una historia, una entrevista o que graben con nosotros una o más historias de cosas que les han pasado. Nos puedes contactar o seguirnos a través de Twitter en @CucubanoPod. También nos puedes contactar usando nuestro email: cucubanopod@gmail.com. El único requisito es que la historia sea una experiencia personal. Envíanos tu historia, porque todos tenemos una historia que contar. Si quieres más historias y contenido, las consigues apoyando el podcast en: https://www.patreon.com/ManoloMatos. También puedes seguirme en @ManoloMatos. El podcast lo puedes bajar desde cualquier aplicación de podcasts, iVoox, Stitcher, Apple Podcasts, Spotify o escucharlo a continuación. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cucubano/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cucubano/support

HungryGen Podcast
Breaking The Bondage Cycle // Pastor Vlad

HungryGen Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2022 38:26


For notes and quotes of this message go to https://hungrygen.com/sermons/

Noticentro
Colectivos realizaran movilizaciones en Monterrey por los constantes feminicidios

Noticentro

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 1:39


Colectivos realizaran movilizaciones en Monterrey por los constantes feminicidios Publican decreto donde Nuevo León deja el uso de cubrebocas Vladímir Putin, recibirá al secretario general de la ONU, António Guterres

Raised to Deliver Podcast
Stream Episode 57 - Breaking Ungodly Soul Ties

Raised to Deliver Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 61:28


Stream Episode 57 - Breaking Ungodly Soul TiesFor more information visit https://pastorvlad.org/

Creative Smoothie
20 Things You Probably Didn't Need to Know About Me

Creative Smoothie

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 19:09


I realized that I have released over 20 new podcast episodes since January, but none of them really talking about me. I wanted to make this quick episode and answer 20 random questions about myself so you can learn a bit about the guy behind the microphone. Tune in and if you like what you hear don't forget to subscribe or save the podcast!Thanks for listening! Do you want to learn more about Marketing, Business and Creativity with me? Subscribe to this channel and never miss a single drop! And if you like what you hear, let's connect on social media and be digital buddies

Politics Done Right
Vlad De Briansky, Ukrainian/American guitarist/composer/educator/political activist helping home.

Politics Done Right

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 33:12


I asked Vlad to give us a short history of Ukraine. Is its genesis that of independence? He went through centuries of history. Vlad was on his way to take care of a business he has in Ukraine when the war broke out. Instead, he is spending a lot of time funding individual families. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/politicsdoneright/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/politicsdoneright/support

Daily Kos Radio - Kagro in the Morning
Kagro in the Morning - April 21, 2022

Daily Kos Radio - Kagro in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 116:00


David Waldman and Greg Dworkin wedged some big rafts o' stories into the dock today! Emmanuel Macron remains France's least-worst option, because Le Pen couldn't be less worse for all the people. Over in Ukraine, Putin's genocide isn't exactly going as he planned. That won't stop Vlad from declaring “Mission Accomplished” in Mariupol, ignoring those obstinate Ukrainian Troops hanging about. Russia does completely control the gravel that used to be Mariupol however, which seems to be the essence of the Russian army strategy for the next couple of weeks in advance of their big victory party. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy continues to be a great leader that plays one on TV. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz offered Ukraine a billion euros worth of arms… but he seems to have misplaced the requisition form somewhere. Graphic schmuck on schmuck violence erupted on the set of Piers Morgan Uncensored recently. Sadly, both survived. In fact, this bromeopathic therapy will probably do wonders for our former guy's macho image. Trump can't lose, as long as he keeps winning. Steve KG Bannon first harnessed the power of angry assholes in large groups but needed Trump to be their king. Alex Jones, once the prince of pricks, has fallen from grace, and is reaching out to the Justice Department to snitch away some jail time. The throne is never empty for long and Chaya Raichik of Libs of TikTok is the newest ass in it. The New York Times is certain there must be somebody on the left just like each of the above examples. Ron DeSantis wrecks vengeance upon the Happiest Place on Earth to bring it a bit closer to Florida levels. Desantis' other crusade is against dangerous math textbooks, and for their replacement by one single publisher linked to Virginia's Glenn Youngkin. Marjorie Traitor Greene might be one of the first Reb officers to be questioned under oath, but she won't be the last. Mitch McConnell and Kevin McCarthy were shocked to their senses for a moment after January 6 but slid back quickly under their respective rocks. Donald Trump says that if New York really wanted those subpoenaed documents, they should have called before he ate them.

Politics Done Right
Ukrainian American Vlad De Briansky discusses Ukraine. KPFT BOD Ted Weisgal on the station's progress.

Politics Done Right

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 57:55


An inconvenient truth: Mexican coyotes do nothing different than many upstanding capitalists: Perspective is everything. In America, we make covering up our evil deeds an art. I explain why the Mexican coyotes are similar to many capitalists. Vlad De Briansky, Ukrainian/American guitarist, composer, educator, & political activist helping home: Vlad details the history of Ukraine, their relationship with Russia, and the assistance he is providing. Ted Weisgal, KPFT 90.1 FM Houston BOD Member speaks on growing the radio station: Board of Director member Ted Weisgal appears on PDR to discuss KPFT 90.1 FM, its new building, and growing members & listeners. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/politicsdoneright/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/politicsdoneright/support

Daily Kos Radio - Kagro in the Morning
Kagro in the Morning - April 20, 2022

Daily Kos Radio - Kagro in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 116:24


Hoorah! David Waldman and Greg Dworkin again wield the full force of the internet to bear us athwart the hebdomad convexity: Vladimir Putin is presently fighting World War III, or at least World War II, in Ukraine. Vlad's definitely writing checks he cannot cash. Meanwhile, Ukraine's rich uncle is going to make it rain, as howitzers, helicopters, tanks and fighter jets are now beginning to pop up like daisies. You can put time and effort into pointing out the illogic, hypocrisy and stupidity of the Right's ideas, as many have for a generation or two, but keep in mind that they will be spending their time making those ideas reality. Why yes, that judge's opinion striking down the airplane mask mandate is quite idiotic. Everybody on both sides knows that. So, what are you going to do about it? The Biden administration may not do anything, because maybe Republicans would then make another law to prove that reality wrong. David suggests that if Democrats don't have the courage to challenge one judge's incredibly silly, paper-thin decision, that perhaps instead they could make the breathtaking historical gambit of… yeah, right.  The illogic, hypocrisy and stupidity therefore continue. Ron DeSantis' office doxxes the public but is sad to be doxxed. Ron is punishing Disney by threatening to take away $2 billion of their debt and passing it along to the taxpayer. Marjorie Traitor Greene might actually be forced into acting rationally, but don't bet on it. Mike Lee could also come clean, but Mark Meadows hasn't told him what to say yet. Somebody honest could turn up yet in front of the committee, you never know. Even the state of Tennessee behaves reasonably, sometimes. Munchies? Just because it's floating in a rainbow above your head doesn't mean it's all magically delicious… but it probably is, so go for it!

Screaming in the Cloud
Creating “Quinntainers” with Casey Lee

Screaming in the Cloud

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 46:16


About CaseyCasey spends his days leveraging AWS to help organizations improve the speed at which they deliver software. With a background in software development, he has spent the past 20 years architecting, building, and supporting software systems for organizations ranging from startups to Fortune 500 enterprises.Links Referenced: “17 Ways to Run Containers in AWS”: https://www.lastweekinaws.com/blog/the-17-ways-to-run-containers-on-aws/ “17 More Ways to Run Containers on AWS”: https://www.lastweekinaws.com/blog/17-more-ways-to-run-containers-on-aws/ kubernetestheeasyway.com: https://kubernetestheeasyway.com snark.cloud/quinntainers: https://snark.cloud/quinntainers ECS Chargeback: https://github.com/gaggle-net/ecs-chargeback  twitter.com/nektos: https://twitter.com/nektos TranscriptAnnouncer: Hello, and welcome to Screaming in the Cloud with your host, Chief Cloud Economist at The Duckbill Group, Corey Quinn. This weekly show features conversations with people doing interesting work in the world of cloud, thoughtful commentary on the state of the technical world, and ridiculous titles for which Corey refuses to apologize. This is Screaming in the Cloud.Corey: This episode is sponsored by our friends at Revelo. Revelo is the Spanish word of the day, and its spelled R-E-V-E-L-O. It means “I reveal.” Now, have you tried to hire an engineer lately? I assure you it is significantly harder than it sounds. One of the things that Revelo has recognized is something I've been talking about for a while, specifically that while talent is evenly distributed, opportunity is absolutely not. They're exposing a new talent pool to, basically, those of us without a presence in Latin America via their platform. It's the largest tech talent marketplace in Latin America with over a million engineers in their network, which includes—but isn't limited to—talent in Mexico, Costa Rica, Brazil, and Argentina. Now, not only do they wind up spreading all of their talent on English ability, as well as you know, their engineering skills, but they go significantly beyond that. Some of the folks on their platform are hands down the most talented engineers that I've ever spoken to. Let's also not forget that Latin America has high time zone overlap with what we have here in the United States, so you can hire full-time remote engineers who share most of the workday as your team. It's an end-to-end talent service, so you can find and hire engineers in Central and South America without having to worry about, frankly, the colossal pain of cross-border payroll and benefits and compliance because Revelo handles all of it. If you're hiring engineers, check out revelo.io/screaming to get 20% off your first three months. That's R-E-V-E-L-O dot I-O slash screaming.Corey: Couchbase Capella Database-as-a-Service is flexible, full-featured and fully managed with built in access via key-value, SQL, and full-text search. Flexible JSON documents aligned to your applications and workloads. Build faster with blazing fast in-memory performance and automated replication and scaling while reducing cost. Capella has the best price performance of any fully managed document database. Visit couchbase.com/screaminginthecloud to try Capella today for free and be up and running in three minutes with no credit card required. Couchbase Capella: make your data sing.Corey: Welcome to Screaming in the Cloud. I'm Corey Quinn. My guest today is someone that I had the pleasure of meeting at re:Invent last year, but we'll get to that story in a minute. Casey Lee is the CTO with a company called Gaggle, which is—as they frame it—saving lives. Now, that seems to be a relatively common position that an awful lot of different tech companies take. “We're saving lives here.” It's, “You show banner ads and some of them are attack platforms for JavaScript malware. Let's be serious here.” Casey, thank you for joining me, and what makes the statement that Gaggle saves lives not patently ridiculous?Casey: Sure. Thanks, Corey. Thanks for having me on the show. So Gaggle, we're ed-tech company. We sell software to school districts, and school districts use our software to help protect their students while the students use the school-issued Google or Microsoft accounts.So, we're looking for signs of bullying, harassment, self-harm, and potentially suicide from K-12 students while they're using these platforms. They will take the thoughts, concerns, emotions they're struggling with and write them in their school-issued accounts. We detect that and then we notify the school districts, and they get the students the help they need before they can do any permanent damage to themselves. We protect about 6 million students throughout the US. We ingest a lot of content.Last school year, over 6 billion files, about the equal number of emails ingested. We're looking for concerning content and then we have humans review the stuff that our machine learning algorithms detect and flag. About 40 million items had to go in front of humans last year, resulted in about 20,000 what we call PSSes. These are Possible Student Situations where students are talking about harming themselves or harming others. And that resulted in what we like to track as lives saved. 1400 incidents last school year where a student was dealing with suicide ideation, they were planning to take their own lives. We detect that and get them help within minutes before they can act on that. That's what Gaggle has been doing. We're using tech, solving tech problems, and also saving lives as we do it.Corey: It's easy to lob a criticism at some of the things you're alluding to, the idea of oh, you're using machine learning on student data for young kids, yadda, yadda, yadda. Look at the outcome, look at the privacy controls you have in place, and look at the outcomes you're driving to. Now, I don't necessarily trust the number of school administrations not to become heavy-handed and overbearing with it, but let's be clear, that's not the intent. That is not what the success stories you have alluded to. I've got to say I'm a fan, so thanks for doing what you're doing. I don't say that very often to people who work in tech companies.Casey: Cool. Thanks, Corey.Corey: But let's rewind a bit because you and I had passed like ships in the night on Twitter for a while, but last year at re:Invent something odd happened. First, my business partner procrastinated at getting his ticket—that's not the odd part; he does that a lot—but then suddenly ticket sales slammed shut and none were to be had anywhere. You reached out with a, “Hey, I have a spare ticket because someone can't go. Let me get it to you.” And I said, “Terrific. Let me pay you for the ticket and take you to dinner.”You said, “Yes on the dinner, but I'd rather you just look at my AWS bill and don't worry about the cost of the ticket.” “All right,” said I. I know a deal when I see one. We grabbed dinner at the Venetian. I said, “Bust out your laptop.” And you said, “Oh, I was kidding.” And I said, “Great. I wasn't. Bust it out.”And you went from laughing to taking notes in about the usual time that happens when I start looking at these things. But how was your recollection of that? I always tend to romanticize some of these things. Like, “And then everyone's restaurant just turned, stopped, and clapped the entire time.” Maybe that part didn't happen.Casey: Everything was right up until the clapping part. That was a really cool experience. I appreciate you walking through that with me. Yeah, we've got lots of opportunity to save on our AWS bill here at Gaggle, and in that little bit of time that we had together, I think I walked away with no more than a dozen ideas for where to shave some costs. The most obvious one, the first thing that you keyed in on, is we had RIs coming due that weren't really well-optimized and you steered me towards savings plans. We put that in place and we're able to apply those savings plans not just to our EC2 instances but also to our serverless spend as well.So, that was a very worthwhile and cost-effective dinner for us. The thing that was most surprising though, Corey, was your approach. Your approach to how to review our bill was not what I thought at all.Corey: Well, what did you expect my approach was going to be? Because this always is of interest to me. Like, do you expect me to, like, whip a portable machine learning rig out of my backpack full of GPUs or something?Casey: I didn't know if you had, like, some secret tool you were going to hit, or if nothing else, I thought you were going to go for the Cost Explorer. I spend a lot of time in Cost Explorer, that's my go-to tool, and you wanted nothing to do with Cost Exp—I think I was actually pulling up Cost Explorer for you and you said, “I'm not interested. Take me to the bills.” So, we went right to the billing dashboard, you started opening up the invoices, and I thought to myself, “I don't remember the last time I looked at an AWS invoice.” I just, it's noise; it's not something that I pay attention to.And I learned something, that you get a real quick view of both the cost and the usage. And that's what you were keyed in on, right? And you were looking at things relative to each other. “Okay, I have no idea about Gaggle or what they do, but normally, for a company that's spending x amount of dollars in EC2, why is your data transfer cost the way it is? Is that high or low?” So, you're looking for kind of relative numbers, but it was really cool watching you slice and dice that bill through the dashboard there.Corey: There are a few things I tie together there. Part of it is that this is sort of a surprising thing that people don't think about but start with big numbers first, rather than going alphabetically because I don't really care about your $6 Alexa for Business spend. I care a bit more about the $6 million, or whatever it happens to be at EC2—I'm pulling numbers completely out of the ether, let's be clear; I don't recall what the exact magnitude of your bill is and it's not relevant to the conversation.And then you see that and it's like, “Huh. Okay, you're spending $6 million on EC2. Why are you spending 400 bucks on S3? Seems to me that those two should be a little closer aligned. What's the deal here? Oh, God, you're using eight petabytes of EBS volumes. Oh, dear.”And just, it tends to lead to interesting stuff. Break it down by region, service, and use case—or usage type, rather—is what shows up on those exploded bills, and that's where I tend to start. It also is one of the easiest things to wind up having someone throw into a PDF and email my way if I'm not doing it in a restaurant with, you know, people clapping standing around.Casey: [laugh]. Right.Corey: I also want to highlight that you've been using AWS for a long time. You're a Container Hero; you are not bad at understanding the nuances and depths of AWS, so I take praise from you around this stuff as valuing it very highly. This stuff is not intuitive, it is deeply nuanced, and you have a business outcome you are working towards that invariably is not oriented day in day out around, “How do I get these services for less money than I'm currently paying?” But that is how I see the world and I tend to live in a very different space just based on the nature of what I do. It's sort of a case study and the advantage of specialization. But I know remarkably little about containers, which is how we wound up reconnecting about a week or so before we did this recording.Casey: Yeah. I saw your tweet; you were trying to run some workload—container workload—and I could hear the frustration on the other end of Twitter when you were shaking your fist at—Corey: I should not tweet angrily, and I did in this case. And, eh, every time I do I regret it. But it played well with the people, so that does help. I believe my exact comment was, “‘me: I've got this container. Run it, please.' ‘Google Cloud: Run. You got it, boss.' AWS has 17 ways to run containers and they all suck.”And that's painting with an overly broad brush, let's be clear, but that was at the tail end of two or three days of work trying to solve a very specific, very common, business problem, that I was just beating my head off of a wall again and again and again. And it took less than half an hour from start to finish with Google Cloud Run and I didn't have to think about it anymore. And it's one of those moments where you look at this and realize that the future is here, we just don't see it in certain ways. And you took exception to this. So please, let's dive in because 280 characters of text after half a bottle of wine is not the best context to have a nuanced discussion that leaves friendships intact the following morning.Casey: Nice. Well, I just want to make sure I understand the use case first because I was trying to read between the lines on what you needed, but let me take a guess. My guess is you got your source code in GitHub, you have a Docker file, and you want to be able to take that repo from GitHub and just have it continuously deployed somewhere in Run. And you don't want to have headaches with it; you just want to push more changes up to GitHub, Docker Build runs and updates some service somewhere. Am I right so far?Corey: Ish, but think a little further up the stack. It was in service of this show. So, this show, as people who are listening to this are probably aware by this point, periodically has sponsors, which we love: We thank them for participating in the ongoing support of this show, which empowers conversations like this. Sometimes a sponsor will come to us with, “Oh, and here's the URL we want to give people.” And it's, “First, you misspelled your company name from the common English word; there are three sublevels within the domain, and then you have a complex UTM tagging tracking co—yeah, you realize people are driving to work when they're listening to this?”So, I've built a while back a link shortener, snark.cloud because is it the shortest thing in the world? Not really, but it's easily understandable when I say that, and people hear it for what it is. And that's been running for a long time as an S3 bucket with full of redirects, behind CloudFront. So, I wind up adding a zero-byte object with a redirect parameter on it, and it just works.Now, the challenge that I have here as a business is that I am increasingly prolific these days. So, anything that I am not directly required to be doing, I probably shouldn't necessarily be the one to do it. And care and feeding of those redirect links is a prime example of this. So, I went hunting, and the things that I was looking for were, obviously, do the redirect. Now, if you pull up GitHub, there are hundreds of solutions here.There are AWS blog posts. One that I really liked and almost got working was Eric Johnson's three-part blog post on how to do it serverlessly, with API Gateway, and DynamoDB, no Lambdas required. I really liked aspects of what that was, but it was complex, I kept smacking into weird challenges as I went, and front end is just baffling to me. Because I needed a front end app for people to be able to use here; I need to be able to secure that because it turns out that if you just have a, anyone who stumbles across the URL can redirect things to other places, well, you've just empowered a whole bunch of spam email, and you're going to find that service abused, and everyone starts blocking it, and then you have trouble. Nothing lasts the first encounter with jerks.And I was getting more and more frustrated, and then I found something by a Twitter engineer on GitHub, with a few creative search terms, who used to work at Google Cloud. And what it uses as a client is it doesn't build any kind of custom web app. Instead, as a database, it uses not S3 objects, not Route 53—the ideal database—but a Google sheet, which sounds ridiculous, but every business user here knows how to use that.Casey: Sure.Corey: And it looks for the two columns. The first one is the slug after the snark.cloud, and the second is the long URL. And it has a TTL of five seconds on cache, so make a change to that spreadsheet, five seconds later, it's live. Everyone gets it, I don't have to build anything new, I just put it somewhere around the relevant people can access it, I gave him a tutorial and a giant warning on it, and everyone gets that. And it just works well. It was, “Click here to deploy. Follow the steps.”And the documentation was a little, eh, okay, I had to undo it once and redo it again. Getting the domain registered was getting—ported over took a bit of time, and there were some weird SSL errors as the certificates were set up, but once all of that was done, it just worked. And I tested the heck out of it, and cold starts are relatively low, and the entire thing fits within the free tier. And it is reminiscent of the magic that I first saw when I started working with some of the cloud providers services, years ago. It's been a long time since I had that level of delight with something, especially after three days of frustration. It's one of the, “This is a great service. Why are people not shouting about this from the rooftops?” That was my perspective. And I put it out on Twitter and oh, Lord, did I get comments. What was your take on it?Casey: Well, so my take was, when you're evaluating a platform to use for running your applications, how fast it can get you to Hello World is not necessarily the best way to go. I just assumed you're wrong. I assumed of the 17 ways AWS has to run containers, Corey just doesn't understand. And so I went after it. And I said, “Okay, let me see if I can find a way that solves his use case, as I understand it, through a quick tweet.”And so I tried to App Runner; I saw that App Runner does not meet your needs because you have to somehow get your Docker image pushed up to a repo. App Runner can take an image that's already been pushed up and deployed for you or it can build from source but neither of those were the way I understood your use case.Corey: Having used App Runner before via the Copilot CLI, it is the closest as best I can tell to achieving what I want. But also let's be clear that I don't believe there's a free tier; there needs to be a load balancer in front of it, so you're starting with 15 bucks a month for this thing. Which is not the end of the world. Had I known at the beginning that all of this was going to be there, I would have just signed up for a bit.ly account and called it good. But here we are.Casey: Yeah. I tried Copilot. Copilot is a great developer experience, but it also is just pulling together tons of—I mean just trying to do a Copilot service deploy, VPCs are being created and tons IAM roles are being created, code pipelines, there's just so much going on. I was like 20 minutes into it, and I said, “Yeah, this is not fitting the bill for what Corey was looking for.” Plus, it doesn't solve my the way I understood your use case, which is you don't want to worry about builds, you just want to push code and have new Docker images get built for you.Corey: Well, honestly, let's be clear here, once it's up and running, I don't want to ever have to touch the silly thing again.Casey: Right.Corey: And that's so far has been the case, after I forked the repo and made a couple of changes to it that I wanted to see. One of them was to render the entire thing case insensitive because I get that one wrong a lot, and the other is I wanted to change the permanent 301 redirect to a temporary 302 redirect because occasionally, sponsors will want to change where it goes in the fullness of time. And that is just fine, but I want to be able to support that and not have to deal with old cached data. So, getting that up and running was a bit of a challenge. But the way that it worked, was following the instructions in the GitHub repo.The developer environment had spun up in the Google's Cloud Shell was just spectacular. It prompted me for a few things and it told me step by step what to do. This is the sort of thing I could have given a basically non-technical user, and they would have had success with it.Casey: So, I tried it as well. I said, “Well, okay, if I'm going to respond to Corey here and challenge him on this, I need to try Cloud Run.” I had no experience with Cloud Run. I had a small example repo that loosely mapped what I understood you were trying to do. Within five minutes, I had Cloud Run working.And I was surprised anytime I pushed a new change, within 45 seconds the change was built and deployed. So, here's my conclusion, Corey. Google Cloud Run is great for your use case, and AWS doesn't have the perfect answer. But here's my challenge to you. I think that you just proved why there's 17 different ways to run containers on AWS, is because there's that many different types of users that have different needs and you just happen to be number 18 that hasn't gotten the right attention yet from AWS.Corey: Well, let's be clear, like, my gag about 17 ways to run containers on AWS was largely a joke, and it went around the internet three times. So, I wrote a list of them on the blog post of “17 Ways to Run Containers in AWS” and people liked it. And then a few months later, I wrote “17 More Ways to Run Containers on AWS” listing 17 additional services that all run containers.And my favorite email that I think I've ever received in feedback was from a salty AWS employee, saying that one of them didn't really count because of some esoteric reason. And it turns out that when I'm trying to make a point of you have a sarcastic number of ways to run containers, pointing out that well, one of them isn't quite valid, doesn't really shatter the argument, let's be very clear here. So, I appreciate the feedback, I always do. And it's partially snark, but there is an element of truth to it in that customers don't want to run containers, by and large. That is what they do in service of a business goal.And they want their application to run which is in turn to serve as the business goal that continues to abstract out into, “Remain a going concern via the current position the company stakes out.” In your case, it is saving lives; in my case, it is fixing horrifying AWS bills and making fun of Amazon at the same time, and in most other places, there are somewhat more prosaic answers to that. But containers are simply an implementation detail, to some extent—to my way of thinking—of getting to that point. An important one [unintelligible 00:18:20], let's be clear, I was very anti-container for a long time. I wrote a talk, “Heresy in the Church of Docker” that then was accepted at ContainerCon. It's like, “Oh, boy, I'm not going to leave here alive.”And the honest answer is many years later, that Kubernetes solves almost all the criticisms that I had with the downside of well, first, you have to learn Kubernetes, and that continues to be mind-bogglingly complex from where I sit. There's a reason that I've registered kubernetestheeasyway.com and repointed it to ECS, Amazon's container service that is not requiring you to cosplay as a cloud provider yourself. But even ECS has a number of challenges to it, I want to be very clear here. There are no silver bullets in this.And you're completely correct in that I have a large, complex environment, and the application is nuanced, and I'm willing to invest a few weeks in setting up the baseline underlying infrastructure on AWS with some of these services, ideally not all of them at once because that's something a lunatic would do, but getting them up and running. The other side of it, though, is that if I am trying to evaluate a cloud provider's handling of containers and how this stuff works, the reason that everyone starts with a Hello World-style example is that it delivers ideally, the meantime to dopamine. There's a reason that Hello World doesn't have 18 different dependencies across a bunch of different databases and message queues and all the other complicated parts of running a modern application. Because you just want to see how it works out of the gate. And if getting that baseline empty container that just returns the string ‘Hello World' is that complicated and requires that much work, my takeaway is not that this user experience is going to get better once I'd make the application itself more complicated.So, I find that off-putting. My approach has always been find something that I can get the easy, minimum viable thing up and running on, and then as I expand know that you'll be there to catch me as my needs intensify and become ever more complex. But if I can't get the baseline thing up and running, I'm unlikely to be super enthused about continuing to beat my head against the wall like, “Well, I'll just make it more complex. That'll solve the problem.” Because it often does not. That's my position.Casey: Yeah, I agree that dopamine hit is valuable in getting attached to want to invest into whatever tech stack you're using. The challenge is your second part of that. Your second part is will it grow with me and scale with me and support the complex edge cases that I have? And the problem I've seen is a lot of organizations will start with something that's very easy to get started with and then quickly outgrow it, and then come up with all sorts of weird Rube Goldberg-type solutions. Because they jumped all in before seeing—I've got kind of an example of that.I'm happy to announce that there's now 18 ways to run containers on AWS. Because in your use case, in the spirit of AWS customer obsession, I hear your use case, I've created an open-source project that I want to share called Quinntainers—Corey: Oh, no.Casey: —and it solves—yes. Quinntainers is live and is ready for the world. So, now we've got 18 ways to run containers. And if you have Corey's use case of, “Hey, here's my container. Run it for me,” now we've got a one command that you can run to get things going for you. I can share a link for you and you could check it out. This is a [unintelligible 00:21:38]—Corey: Oh, we're putting that in the [show notes 00:21:37], for sure. In fact, if you go to snark.cloud/quinntainers, you'll find it.Casey: You'll find it. There you go. The idea here was this: There is a real use case that you had, and I looked at AWS does not have an out-of-the-box simple solution for you. I agree with that. And Google Cloud Run does.Well, the answer would have been from AWS, “Well, then here, we need to make that solution.” And so that's what this was, was a way to demonstrate that it is a solvable problem. AWS has all the right primitives, just that use case hadn't been covered. So, how does Quinntainers work? Real straightforward: It's a command-line—it's an NPM tool.You just run a [MPX 00:22:17] Quinntainer, it sets up a GitHub action role in your AWS account, it then creates a GitHub action workflow in your repo, and then uses the Quinntainer GitHub action—reusable action—that creates the image for you; every time you push to the branch, pushes it up to ECR, and then automatically pushes up that new version of the image to App Runner for you. So, now it's using App Runner under the covers, but it's providing that nice developer experience that you are getting out of Cloud Run. Look, is container really the right way to go with running containers? No, I'm not making that point at all. But the point is it is a—Corey: It might very well be.Casey: Well, if you want to show a good Hello World experience, Quinntainer's the best because within 30 seconds, your app is now set up to continuously deliver containers into AWS for your very specific use case. The problem is, it's not going to grow for you. I mean that it was something I did over the weekend just for fun; it's not something that would ever be worthy of hitching up a real production workload to. So, the point there is, you can build frameworks and tools that are very good at getting that initial dopamine hit, but then are not going to be there for you unnecessarily as you mature and get more complex.Corey: And yet, I've tilted a couple of times at the windmill of integrating GitHub actions in anything remotely resembling a programmatic way with AWS services, as far as instance roles go. Are you using permanent credentials for this as stored secrets or are you doing the [OICD 00:23:50][00:23:50] handoff?Casey: OIDC. So, what happens is the tool creates the IAM role for you with the trust policy on GitHub's OIDC provider, sets all that up for you in your account, locks it down so that just your repo and your main branch is able to push or is able to assume the role, the role is set up just to allow deployments to App Runner and ECR repository. And then that's it. At that point, it's out of your way. And you're just git push, and couple minutes later, your updates are now running an App Runner for you.Corey: This episode is sponsored in part by our friends at Vultr. Optimized cloud compute plans have landed at Vultr to deliver lightning fast processing power, courtesy of third gen AMD EPYC processors without the IO, or hardware limitations, of a traditional multi-tenant cloud server. Starting at just 28 bucks a month, users can deploy general purpose, CPU, memory, or storage optimized cloud instances in more than 20 locations across five continents. Without looking, I know that once again, Antarctica has gotten the short end of the stick. Launch your Vultr optimized compute instance in 60 seconds or less on your choice of included operating systems, or bring your own. It's time to ditch convoluted and unpredictable giant tech company billing practices, and say goodbye to noisy neighbors and egregious egress forever.Vultr delivers the power of the cloud with none of the bloat. "Screaming in the Cloud" listeners can try Vultr for free today with a $150 in credit when they visit getvultr.com/screaming. That's G E T V U L T R.com/screaming. My thanks to them for sponsoring this ridiculous podcast.Corey: Don't undersell what you've just built. This is something that—is this what I would use for a large-scale production deployment, obviously not, but it has streamlined and made incredibly accessible things that previously have been very complex for folks to get up and running. One of the most disturbing themes behind some of the feedback I got was, at one point I said, “Well, have you tried running a Docker container on Lambda?” Because now it supports containers as a packaging format. And I said no because I spent a few weeks getting Lambda up and running back when it first came out and I've basically been copying and pasting what I got working ever since the way most of us do.And response is, “Oh, that explains a lot.” With the implication being that I'm just a fool. Maybe, but let's be clear, I am never the only person in the room who doesn't know how to do something; I'm just loud about what I don't know. And the failure mode of a bad user experience is that a customer feels dumb. And that's not okay because this stuff is complicated, and when a user has a bad time, it's a bug.I learned that in 2012. From Jordan Sissel the creator of LogStash. He has been an inspiration to me for the last ten years. And that's something I try to live by that if a user has a bad time, something needs to get fixed. Maybe it's the tool itself, maybe it's the documentation, maybe it's the way that GitHub repo's readme is structured in a way that just makes it accessible.Because I am not a trailblazer in most things, nor do I intend to be. I'm not the world's best engineer by a landslide. Just look at my code and you'd argue the fact that I'm an engineer at all. But if it's bad and it works, how bad is it? Is sort of the other side of it.So, my problem is that there needs to be a couple of things. Ignore for a second the aspect of making it the right answer to get something out of the door. The fact that I want to take this container and just run it, and you and I both reach for App Runner as the default AWS service that does this because I've been swimming in the AWS waters a while and you're a frickin AWS Container Hero, where it is expected that you know what most of these things do. For someone who shows up on the containers webpage—which by the way lists, I believe 15 ways to run containers on mobile and 19 ways to run containers on non-mobile, which is just fascinating in its own right—and it's overwhelming, it's confusing, and it's not something that makes it is abundantly clear what the golden path is. First, get it up and working, get it running, then you can add nuance and flavor and the rest, and I think that's something that's gotten overlooked in our mad rush to pretend that we're all Google engineers, circa 2012.Casey: Mmm. I think people get stressed out when they tried to run containers in AWS because they think, “What is that golden path?” You said golden path. And my advice to people is there is no golden path. And the great thing about AWS is they do continue to invest in the solutions they come up with. I'm still bitter about Google Reader.Corey: As am I.Casey: Yeah. I built so much time getting my perfect set of RSS feeds and then I had to find somewhere else to—with AWS, the different offerings that are available for running containers, those are there intentionally, it's not by accident. They're there to solve specific problems, so the trick is finding what works best for you and don't feel like one is better than the other is going to get more attention than others. And they each have different use cases.And I approach it this way. I've seen a couple of different people do some great flowcharts—I think Forrest did one, Vlad did one—on ways to make the decision on how to run your containers. And I break it down to three questions. I ask people first of all, where are you going to run these workloads? If someone says, “It has to be in the data center,” okay, cool, then ECS Anywhere or EKS Anywhere and we'll figure out if Kubernetes is needed.If they need specific requirements, so if they say, “No, we can run in the cloud, but we need privileged mode for containers,” or, “We need EBS volumes,” or, “We want really small container sizes,” like, less than a quarter-VCP or less than half a gig of RAM—or if you have custom log requirements, Fargate is not going to work for you, so you're going to run on EC2. Otherwise, run it on Fargate. But that's the first question. Figure out where are you going to run your containers. That leads to the second question: What's your control plane?But those are different, sort of related but different questions. And I only see six options there. That's App Runner for your control plane, LightSail for your control plane, Rosa if you're invested in OpenShift already, EKS either if you have Momentum and Kubernetes or you have a bunch of engineers that have a bunch of experience with Kubernetes—if you don't have either, don't choose it—or ECS. The last option Elastic Beanstalk, but let's leave that as a—if you're not currently invested in Elastic Beanstalk don't start today. But I look at those as okay, so I—first question, where am I going to run my containers? Second question, what do I want to use for my control plane? And there's different pros and cons of each of those.And then the third question, how do I want to manage them? What tools do I want to use for managing deployment? All those other tools like Copilot or App2Container or Proton, those aren't my control plane; those aren't where I run my containers; that's how I manage, deploy, and orchestrate all the different containers. So, I look at it as those three questions. But I don't know, what do you think of that, Corey?Corey: I think you're onto something. I think that is a terrific way of exploring that question. I would argue that setting up a framework like that—one or very similar—is what the AWS containers page should be, just coming from the perspective of what is the neophyte customer experience. On some level, you almost need a slide of have choose your level of experience ranging from, “What's a container?” To, “I named my kid Kubernetes because I make terrible life decisions,” and anywhere in between.Casey: Sure. Yeah, well, and I think that really dictates the control plane level. So, for example, LightSail, where does LightSail fit? To me, the value of LightSail is the simplicity. I'm looking at a monthly pricing: Seven bucks a month for a container.I don't know how [unintelligible 00:30:23] works, but I can think in terms of monthly pricing. And it's tailored towards a console user, someone just wants to click in, point to an image. That's a very specific user, there's thousands of customers that are very happy with that experience, and they use it. App Runner presents that scale to zero. That's one of the big selling points I see with App Runner. Likewise, with Google Cloud Run. I've got that scale to zero. I can't do that with ECS, or EKS, or any of the other platforms. So, if you've got something that has a ton of idle time, I'd really be looking at those. I would argue that I think I did the math, Google Cloud Run is about 30% more expensive than App Runner.Corey: Yeah, if you disregard the free tier, I think that's have it—running persistently at all times throughout the month, the drop-out cold starts would cost something like 40 some odd bucks a month or something like that. Don't quote me on it. Again and to be clear, I wound up doing this very congratulatory and complimentary tweet about them on I think it was Thursday, and then they immediately apparently took one look at this and said, “Holy shit. Corey's saying nice things about us. What do we do? What do we do?” Panic.And the next morning, they raised prices on a bunch of cloud offerings. Whew, that'll fix it. Like—Casey: [laugh].Corey: Di-, did you miss the direction you're going on here? No, that's the exact opposite of what you should be doing. But here we are. Interestingly enough, to tie our two conversation threads together, when I look at an AWS bill, unless you're using Fargate, I can't tell whether you're using Kubernetes or not because EKS is a small charge. And almost every case for the control plane, or Fargate under it.Everything else just manifests as EC2 spend. From the perspective of the cloud provider. If you're running a Kubernetes cluster, it is a single-tenant application that can have some very funky behaviors like cross-AZ chatter back and fourth because there's no internal mechanism to say talk to the free thing, rather than the two cents a gigabyte thing. It winds up spinning up and down in a bunch of different ways, and the behavior patterns, because of how placement works are not necessarily deterministic, depending upon workload. And that becomes something that people find odd when, “Okay, we look at our bill for a week, what can you say?”“Well, first question. Are you running Kubernetes at all?” And they're like, “Who invited these clowns?” Understand, we're not prying into your workloads for a variety of excellent legal and contractual reasons, here. We are looking at how they behave, and for specific workloads, once we have a conversation engineering team, yeah, we're going to dive in, but it is not at all intuitive from the outside to make any determination whether you're running containers, or whether you're running VMs that you just haven't done anything with in 20 years, or what exactly is going on. And that's just an artifact of the billing system.Casey: We ran into this challenge in Gaggle. We don't use EKS, we use ECS, but we have some shared clusters, lots of EC2 spend, hard to figure out which team is creating the services that's running that up. We actually ended up creating a tool—we open-sourced it—ECS Chargeback, and what it does is it looks at the CPU memory reservations for each task definition, and then prorates the overall charge of the ECS cluster, and then creates metrics in Datadog to give us a breakdown of cost per ECS service. And it also measures what we like to refer to as waste, right? Because if you're reserving four gigs of memory, but your utilization never goes over two gigs, we're paying for that reservation, but you're underutilizing.So, we're able to also show which services have the highest degree of waste, not just utilization, so it helps us go after it. But this is a hard problem. I'd be curious, how do you approach these shared ECS resources and slicing and dicing those bills?Corey: Everyone has a different approach, too. This there is no unifiable, correct answer. A previous show guest, Peter Hamilton, over at Remind had done something very similar, open-sourced a bunch of these things. Understanding what your spend is important on this, and it comes down to getting at the actual business concern because in some cases, effectively dead reckoning is enough. You take a look at the cluster that is really hard to attribute because it's a shared service. Great. It is 5% of your bill.First pass, why don't we just agree that it is a third for Service A, two-thirds for Service B, and we'll call it mostly good at that point? That can be enough in a lot of cases. With scale [laugh] you're just sort of hand-waving over many millions of dollars a year there. How about we get into some more depth? And then you start instrumenting and reporting to something, be it CloudWatch, be a Datadog, be it something else, and understanding what the use case is.In some cases, customers have broken apart shared clusters for that specific reason. I don't think that's necessarily the best approach from an engineering perspective, but again, this is not purely an engineering decision. It comes down to serving the business need. And if you're taking up partial credits on that cluster, for a tax credit for R&D for example, you want that position to be extraordinarily defensible, and spending a few extra dollars to ensure that it is the right business decision. I mean, again, we're pure advisory; we advise customers on what we would do in their position, but people often mistake that to be we're going to go for the lowest possible price—bad idea, or that we're going to wind up doing this from a purely engineering-centric point of view.It's, be aware of that in almost every case, with some very notable weird exceptions, the AWS Bill costs significantly less than the payroll expense that you have of people working on the AWS environment in various ways. People are more expensive, so the idea of, well, you can save a whole bunch of engineering effort by spending a bit more on your cloud, yeah, let's go ahead and do that.Casey: Yeah, good point.Corey: The real mark of someone who's senior enough is their answer to almost any question is, “It depends.” And I feel I've fallen into that trap as well. Much as I'd love to sit here and say, “Oh, it's really simple. You do X, Y, and Z.” Yeah… honestly, my answer, the simple answer, is I think that we orchestrate a cyber-bullying campaign against AWS through the AWS wishlist hashtag, we get people to harass their account managers with repeated requests for, “Hey, could you go ahead and [dip 00:36:19] that thing in—they give that a plus-one for me, whatever internal system you're using?”Just because this is a problem we're seeing more and more. Given that it's an unbounded growth problem, we're going to see it more and more for the foreseeable future. So, I wish I had a better answer for you, but yeah, that's stuff's super hard is honest, but it's also not the most useful answer for most of us.Casey: I'd love feedback from anyone from you or your team on that tool that we created. I can share link after the fact. ECS Chargeback is what we call it.Corey: Excellent. I will follow up with you separately on that. That is always worth diving into. I'm curious to see new and exciting approaches to this. Just be aware that we have an obnoxious talent sometimes for seeing these things and, “Well, what about”—and asking about some weird corner edge case that either invalidates the entire thing, or you're like, “Who on earth would ever have a problem like that?” And the answer is always, “The next customer.”Casey: Yeah.Corey: For a bounded problem space of the AWS bill. Every time I think I've seen it all, I just have to talk to one more customer.Casey: Mmm. Cool.Corey: In fact, the way that we approached your teardown in the restaurant is how we launched our first pass approach. Because there's value in something like that is different than the value of a six to eight-week-long, deep-dive engagement to every nook and cranny. And—Casey: Yeah, for sure. It was valuable to us.Corey: Yeah, having someone come in to just spend a day with your team, diving into it up one side and down the other, it seems like a weird thing, like, “How much good could you possibly do in a day?” And the answer in some cases is—we had a Honeycomb saying that in a couple of days of something like this, we wound up blowing 10% off their entire operating budget for the company, it led to an increased valuation, Liz Fong-Jones says that—on multiple occasions—that the company would not be what it was without our efforts on their bill, which is just incredibly gratifying to hear. It's easy to get lost in the idea of well, it's the AWS bill. It's just making big companies spend a little bit less to another big company. And that's not exactly, you know, saving the lives of K through 12 students here.Casey: It's opening up opportunities.Corey: Yeah. It's about optimizing for the win for everyone. Because now AWS gets a lot more money from Honeycomb than they would if Honeycomb had not continued on their trajectory. It's, you can charge customers a lot right now, or you can charge them a little bit over time and grow with them in a partnership context. I've always opted for the second model rather than the first.Casey: Right on.Corey: But here we are. I want to thank you for taking so much time out of well, several days now to argue with me on Twitter, which is always appreciated, particularly when it's, you know, constructive—thanks for that—Casey: Yeah.Corey: For helping me get my business partner to re:Invent, although then he got me that horrible puzzle of 1000 pieces for the Cloud-Native Computing Foundation landscape and now I don't ever want to see him again—so you know, that happens—and of course, spending the time to write Quinntainers, which is going to be at snark.cloud/quinntainers as soon as we're done with this recording. Then I'm going to kick the tires and send some pull requests.Casey: Right on. Yeah, thanks for having me. I appreciate you starting the conversation. I would just conclude with I think that yes, there are a lot of ways to run containers in AWS; don't let it stress you out. They're there for intention, they're there by design. Understand them.I would also encourage people to go a little deeper, especially if you got a significantly large workload. You got to get your hands dirty. As a matter of fact, there's a hands-on lab that a company called Liatrio does. They call it their Night Lab; it's a one-day free, hands-on, you run legacy monolithic job applications on Kubernetes, gives you first-hand experience on how to—gets all the way up into observability and doing things like Canary deployments. It's a great, great lab.But you got to do something like that to really get your hands dirty and understand how these things work. So, don't sweat it; there's not one right way. There's a way that will probably work best for each user, and just take the time and understand the ways to make sure you're applying the one that's going to give you the most runway for your workload.Corey: I will definitely dig into that myself. But I think you're right, I think you have nailed a point that is, again, a nuanced one and challenging to put in a rage tweet. But the services don't exist in a vacuum. They're not there because, despite the joke, someone wants to get promoted. It's because there are customer needs that are going on that, and this is another way of meeting those needs.I think there could be better guidance, but I also understand that there are a lot of nuanced perspectives here and that… hell is someone else's workflow—Casey: [laugh].Corey: —and there's always value in broadening your perspective a bit on those things. If people want to learn more about you and how you see the world, where's the best place to find you?Casey: Probably on Twitter: twitter.com/nektos, N-E-K-T-O-S.Corey: That might be the first time Twitter has been described as a best place for anything. But—Casey: [laugh].Corey: Thank you once again, for your time. It is always appreciated.Casey: Thanks, Corey.Corey: Casey Lee, CTO at Gaggle and AWS Container Hero. And apparently writing code in anger to invalidate my points, which is always appreciated. Please do more of that, folks. I'm Cloud Economist Corey Quinn, and this is Screaming in the Cloud. If you've enjoyed this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice, or the YouTube comments, which is always a great place to go reading, whereas if you've hated this podcast, please leave a five-star review in the usual places and an angry comment telling me that I'm completely wrong, and then launching your own open-source tool to point out exactly what I've gotten wrong this time.Corey: If your AWS bill keeps rising and your blood pressure is doing the same, then you need The Duckbill Group. We help companies fix their AWS bill by making it smaller and less horrifying. The Duckbill Group works for you, not AWS. We tailor recommendations to your business and we get to the point. Visit duckbillgroup.com to get started.Announcer: This has been a HumblePod production. Stay humble.

In The Conversation
My Intro To Brutalism

In The Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 99:43


Damien and Ali get In The Conversation about architecture, the passing of Kay Slay, and Snowfall. Twitter.com/dlemoncomedy // Twitter.com/mrmuhammad
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CrabDiving Radio Podcast
CrabDiving – Mon 041822 – Tucker Carlson Loves His Fascism Served With A Side Of Testicle Tanning

CrabDiving Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 117:44


Tucker Carlson loves his fascism served with a side of testicle tanning. Infowars Czar Alex Jones tried to hide his cash from the Sandy Hook families in shell corps owned by himself and his kids. Vlad sent a plane capable of dropping a nuke on a flyby of Ukraine. A Florida judge, who Trump appointed and was rated "unqualified by the ABA, lifted mask mandates on planes for the whole country. Representative Ilhan Omar shared an uncomfortable truth a Christian group's impromptu concert on a plane filled with unmasked passengers. A Christian prophet said prophets should ultimately be in charge. A dude got in the record books for watching the latest Spider-Man a crap ton. Parts of the Tucker nut-darkening flick was filmed on Alex Jones' property, with show even using one of Alex's big stupid guns.

HungryGen Podcast
Encountering Jesus // Pastor Vlad

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Play Episode Listen Later Apr 17, 2022 53:57


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The TruthSeekah Podcast
Interview With An Exorcist — Bob Larson (Satanism, Anton Lavey and Deliverance Ministry)

The TruthSeekah Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2022 76:00


Exorcist Bob Larson sits down with TruthSeekah and speaks about the reality of the demonic realm, Satanism, Anton Lavey and why many Christians don't believe in demons anymore. Bob talks about his origin story and how he got started in the realm of exorcisms, and how this practice was shunned by most of the churches that he would attend. Back in the 80s and early 90s, this was not a popular topic in Christianity.Bob made this subject popular by shedding light on the satanic origins of many things in pop culture. Bob Larson had a nationally syndicated radio show called “Talk Back With Bob Larson” where he opened the phone lines and let people call in, ask question and or debate. Many times Satanist would call in and mock Bob, God and Christ, but this type of media had not been seen before, especially in the Christian realm.Bob Larson has written over 40 books, all jam packed with information about world religions and occult practices. Now, (because of the work that Bob has done) the door is opened for many up-and-coming YouTubers and Deliverance Ministries such as Daniel Adams and The Supernatural Life, Vlad, Isaiah Saldivar and Brother Wayne Ministries.For those who are struggling with demonic oppression or possession or would like to be trained in deliverance ministry, be sure to check out Bob Larson's website at https://boblarson.org/

The Ryan Kelley Morning After
04-15-22 Segment 1 Cybering With Your Bros

The Ryan Kelley Morning After

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2022 59:40


Tim will cyber with all the YouTube subscribers. Super-hot. Bif for Bif. Iggy accidentally got in a chat room with his brother-in-law back in the day. Hot? StrodeCast. Blues win in Buffalo. Cards lose in Milwaukee. Rehashing the Joe v. Iggy fantasy baseball riff. Vladdy with the Hatty. Bob Thomas with a 5 pack of apples. Vaughn index. Tim's ‘soft' take on the Blues playoffs with the Avalanche sitting out there. President's cup. Plowsy's Vlad takes... from 3 years ago. Florida talk. Frog giggin'. Fishing. Compression. Uncle Leo's, get that Pizza. Call of a MiLB home run that's a tad overcooked. Iggy pans it. Turns out the announcer is U High proud. Resse's' PB cup calories. Sugar addiction. Where can we find a decent orgy scene? Mungenast DFS Showdown update. Iggy is filing a protest.

OverDrive
Mark Feinsand on Vlad Jr's 3 homer night, his MVP chances & Kershaw being pulled during a perfect game

OverDrive

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 10:46


Mark Feinsand of MLB Network & MLB.com joined OverDrive earlier today following a huge night for Vlad Jr in the Bronx yesterday. He touched on Vlad hitting 3 bombs, his MVP chances, how Yankees fans feel about Gerrit Cole & what he makes of Clayton Kershaw being pulled during a perfect game.

In The Conversation
Stubborn Denim

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Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 106:13


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HungryGen Podcast
The Work of Angels - Pastor Vlad

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Play Episode Listen Later Apr 10, 2022 43:38


The Work of Angels - Pastor Vlad For notes and quotes of this message go to https://hungrygen.com/sermons/