When distribution is proprietary, distribution wins (Comcast vs Netflix), when distribution is commoditized, best product wins (chrome vs IE), when product is commoditized, best service wins (Amazon vs others), when service is commoditized, best network wins. https://t.co/FRCLuOsfJv— Hemant Mohapatra (@MohapatraHemant) May 7, 2020
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We are deploying changes almost all the time while keeping the service running and the deployment failure ratio needs to be super low! We are constantly working on new medium/big features, we have frequent deploys and required peer reviews.
How do we know that big features are not conflicting with each other in functionality and in version control. How do we merge the work done in these non-trivial features? How do we do prevent peer reviews slow down our productivity?
With basically two things: split the work in small batches and feature flags. We don't have long-lived feature branches. We do very small changes all the time and deploy them.
We could split a feature in tens or hundreds of PRs, but until it is beta or GA, we don't expose it to users by using feature flags.
RT to tell @apple & @google to KICK TELEGRAM OFF their app stores, too.
Or, Telegram can actually enforce its terms of service.
But I am watching tons of Nazis thrill to the idea of mass murder on there.
They're emboldened, and @Telegram gives them a place to recruit, radicalize, and plan to kill people.
Parler was bad, but Telegram is the absolute wild west.
I've watched actual terror plots unfold there.
It's where they share printable gun plans and bomb how-tos.
It's where they discuss targets and share vicious, gory murder videos of minorities they don't like.
And I would also add, deplatforming the less dark-webby extremism platforms like Parler ALWAYS means a temporary influx to these more extremist, darker-webby platforms.
We saw it after 8chan, too.
It was necessary, it immediately and overwhelmingly cut down on successful deadly terror, but in the very short term I watched numbers swell in overtly terror Nazi channels as more radicalized/edgelors 8chan folks sought a new home.
From the broker:
"The prospective buyer responded and explained that their absolute maximum amount they can spend is $100,000 USD. They are accountants and explained this is an extraordinary amount of money for them." /2
The distribution of how much a domain name is worth to a particular company may look approximately like the right half of a bell curve, with values increasing along the X-axis and the # of companies for which the domain name has that value on the y-axis. /3
Since each domain name is unique, a domain owner wishing to maximize the value of that asset will often wait for an offer in the (light green) rightmost tail of the distribution, from that small percentage of companies for whom the domain name will deliver the most value and /4
as a result can justify making the highest value offers for the domain name. But that means that the domain name will remain out of reach for the vast majority of companies that would benefit from owning the domain name. For even a company at the 80th percentile, in the /5
The Master Life 'Hack' to Solve All Problems
Developing psychology & exerting willpower to not eat a pantry full of your favorite snacks
Not having those temptations in the house
Many 'solutions' being presented to people don't work
Designed to cope with the problem instead of resolving it
Darkness is the absence of light
You can't resolve or remove the darkness
You can only add more light
Recent viral obsessions with 'healing', 'being stoic', 'mental models & psychology'
They all serve their place AFTER the root has been handled
Before adding things to increase testosterone, remove what inhibits it
Before adding 'hacks', remove things causing conflict
If a person fears confrontation & is not assertive
Techniques & thinking offer some support, but the real question is
Why is this the default behavior?
Without starting with this question
All solutions are merely Band-Aids to mask & cope with the symptoms
In reality the real root of his fear of asserting himself & confrontation may likely be:
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These setups I found from the following 4 accounts:
Share for the benefit of everyone.
Here are the setups from @Pathik_Trader Sir first.
1. Open Drive (Intraday Setup explained)
Bactesting results of Open Drive
Already explained strategy of #opendrive— Pathik (@Pathik_Trader) May 27, 2020
Backtested results in 30 stocks and nifty, banknifty.
Success ratio : approx 40-45%
RR average 1:2
Entry as per strategy
Stoploss = Open level
Exit 3:15 PM Or SL
39 months 14 months -ve, 25 +ve
Yearly all 4 years +ve performance. pic.twitter.com/nGqhzMKGVy
2. Two Price Action setups to get good long side trade for intraday.
1. PDC Acts as Support
2. PDH Acts as
So today we will discuss two more price action setups to get good long side trade for intraday.— Pathik (@Pathik_Trader) June 20, 2020
1. PDC Acts as Support
2. PDH Acts as Support
Example of PDC/PDH Setup given
Where to begin?
So our new Secretary of State Anthony Blinken's stepfather, Samuel Pisar, was "longtime lawyer and confidant of...Robert Maxwell," Ghislaine Maxwell's Dad.
"Pisar was one of the last people to speak to Maxwell, by phone, probably an hour before the chairman of Mirror Group Newspapers fell off his luxury yacht the Lady Ghislaine on 5 November, 1991." https://t.co/DAEgchNyTP
OK, so that's just a coincidence. Moving on, Anthony Blinken "attended the prestigious Dalton School in New York City"...wait, what? https://t.co/DnE6AvHmJg
Dalton School...Dalton School...rings a
Oh that's right.
The dad of the U.S. Attorney General under both George W. Bush & Donald Trump, William Barr, was headmaster of the Dalton School.
Donald Barr was also quite a
I'm not going to even mention that Blinken's stepdad Sam Pisar's name was in Epstein's "black book."
Lots of names in that book. I mean, for example, Cuomo, Trump, Clinton, Prince Andrew, Bill Cosby, Woody Allen - all in that book, and their reputations are spotless.
Time for a🧵
Mitesh Sir's EXPIRY Option Selling 101:
• What to look for?
• Strike Selection & Ratios
• SL mgmt
• Avoiding freezes
• Monthy Expiry
• Event days
• How he would have traded last expiry?
In collaboration with @AdityaTodmal
Edward de Bono says intelligence is like a🚗 Automobile
“A powerful car may be driven badly. A less powerful car may be driven well. The skill of the car driver determines how the power of the car is used.”
What @Mitesh_Engr Sir looks at for Expiry Trading:
• Technicals of BNF
• Individual Heavyweight stocks of BNF
• Support/Resistance of BNF on weekly TF
• Also has Superb SL management
• When it comes to adjustments, he is always on toes
How to Select Strikes to Sell?
• You can't sell based on premium
• Follow only trend
• Price action is best to sell on expiry day
• Never wait for the options to go to zero
Using Ratios to Sell:
• If BNF is in a range then strangles
• If breakout/ breakdown from a range then directional
• Selling 70/30 or 80/20 ratios
• 2 examples on how he used ratios
I want to confess my own journey of success, as it relates to Privilege.
2/ My Korean parents were poor when they arrived to the US, seeking opportunities for their future kids. Upon immigrating, my father Germanized the spelling of our last name (B-A-H-N), with the rational that a white-sounding last name would open up opportunities. I think it has.
3/ By the time I was born, my parents were doing very well. I never suffered their trauma of poverty. I lived in a big house and went to the best public schools. As a kid, I never felt like I was missing any resources.
4/ Partly because of my abundant resources, I was able to attend Stanford. Mom and Dad paid for that too, and I graduated with no debt. They even bought me a Honda after completing grad school! (I know, spoiled brat)
5/ With my family safety net, great education, zero debt, economy car, and abundance mindset--I went forth into the world ready to take huge risks. Taking risks was easy and natural, because I COULD AFFORD IT. Success followed.