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Michael Casile
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Attended Gateway High School
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Excellent video.  I may be doing some in the near future and this did look easy.  I will be looking to see if you have videos on doing the edges, and on how you potentially join sections when you are doing a large L.  I assume knowing how to do the edges would also help me do sink cut-out if I decide to cheat and put an undermount sink in a laminate countertop (with appropriate structure of course).  Great job as always.
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+Michael Casile Hi Michael, we have a "Countertops and Sink Installation Tips" playlist here on our channel, with videos that address some of the issues you mentioned.   Thanks for the compliment!
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Great stuff and I think IDG 7.1 will be huge to bring BlueMix into the trusted domain.  Would love to see a YouTube on going from ova to running virtual gateway.  If it's out there, somehow I'm missing it.  I am not a vmware guru, I did the basic install ... looking now to do network setup et al (which might have been doable by a more skilled vmware person).
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As with the rest of the songs, awesome.  I just bought and downloaded the Basement Praise mp3s (so you won't get any paperCuts wrapping up the CD).  Hope you and your growing brood have a very merry Christmas.  May you have the same joy that your music brings to this house.
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Great video, this may be too basic a question but ... can you put OVS in context?  ie: You are setting up a cloud (OpenStack/DevStack/...).  Or, you have a hypervisor (native, 2nd level, ...) and want to allow your guests to access the network ...  Here are your options in networking.  Basically, where/why would I use OVS versus other options.  I guess this was a great 15,000 foot view.  One with a 30,000 foot view (and maybe that's on the OVS web site and you just mention it).  Thanks for a great video.
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You're welcome Michael.  Yes I'd recommend http://openvswitch.org/  there is even a "WHY-OVS" link right there on the home page!
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Enforcement here is crucial.  Will the unions continue to be able to get their folks elected and then own enough politicians to make sure workers must join der union to get der vurk.  You have to shut down all, not just the funding of the folks supporting "the enemy".  To enforce this would require horrific tyranny ... hence, fight the bogeyman by creating a bigger bogeyman.  We created Al Queda and we created ISIS, why not create a campaign finance monster I guess.
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Definitely kept me from getting out in the weeds somewhere.  Thanks,
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Great video, maybe it's out there, but I am struggling to find good cookbook type info for setting up API Management.  A great video or DeveloperWorks type link would be a HelloWorld API Management from IDG 7.1 config thru possibly consuming wsdl.  Seems like in 7.1 it may still require the separate Management, Assembly, and Analytics nodes.  So if something like this exists and I don't see it (I see a rough view it for older releases) ... would be very interesting.
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Great tutorial.  Some of those blasted corners run into a door jam so the tool won't fit in.  I guess I could pull the door jam.  Also, you are really good at getting that application before the tape.  I need to work on that.  But it is nice to have mentors.
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+Michael Casile Hi Michael, the problem you mention with the door jamb is common and frustrating for all.  What I've done is to use a regular taping knife on the side opposite the jamb, and then improvise on the door jamb side.  Sometimes, if the space is very narrow, such as 1 inch or 1.5 inches, I have actually used a butter knife with the tip cut off, and gotten great results.  Or, if the space is wider, you can use a putty knife.  Hope this helps.
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WOW!!!  Seems really awesome.  Questions if anyone is following: It looks like if I want to cache results (proxy/dynacache) ... can I use a local Liberty that is hosting Xtreme Scale ... or do I need XC10?  Looks like KVM not yet supported.  Is there a plan for that?  Thanks,
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Great quick view, but usage portion had no audio.
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Agreed, that said, I have tried to use Uber several times and, in some cities they had no cars available to get me from the airport, and in some cities, congressman had skillfully worked the tyranny to forbid uber.  So while I'm a big fan of the concept, I have yet to see it in actioin.
“A man’s home is his castle”.  In today’s politically correct and gender inclusive society we might say “A person’s home is his/her castle”. Whatever. The formal name for this axiom is the Castle Doctrine.  It derives from...
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Awesome, I was looking at some instructions and it was not at all clear even where it was.  This video was ideal.  Thanks,
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Software Geek
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  • IBM
    Software Engineer, 3 - present
  • IBM
    Programmer, 1 - 12
  • SEER Technologies
    Software Developer, 1 - 3
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Raleigh, NC
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Fuquay Varina, NC - Monroeville, PA - Poughkeepsie, NY - Bethlehem, PA - South Orange, NJ
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Christian Libertarian guy who loves new role as grandpa
Introduction
Grew up in Monroeville, PA, Gateway HS and IUP.  IT geek with IBM (and SEER). Living now in central NC (Raleigh) with a dual residence down at Emerald Isle, NC.
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2 sons, 3 grand-kids. Father of a Marine. Love the Lord, my family, and my Harley.
Education
  • Gateway High School
    Academic, 9 - 5
  • Indiana University of Pennsylvania
    Management Information Systems, 9 - 12
  • Gatewa Senior High School
    1976 - 1979
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Store is big and clean ... but very limited (ie: no fries, no burgers, ...). Probably by design, but don't go there thinking you'll have all the options you have at other DQs ... it's sort of a miniDQ relative to menu. I'm sure the ice cream treats are still great.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Have eaten there after church many times and always been pleased. But today, the guy who normally makes suggestions was not there, so I randomly tried the BBQ Beach Burger. I ordered it rare and it came out ... rare (all to infrequent to that these days). The burger dwarfed the bun and it was absolutely amazing. I grudgingly gave my wife a bite as she could see how good it looked. She also found it nothing short of amazing. Only problem I will have now is ordering anything other than the BBQ Beach Burger when I go to RJs.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Being from "the Bible Belt" in North Carolina ... I was not sure what I'd see in Canada (we see on our news how preachers are jailed up here for reading scripture publicly et al). I got lost en route so was a few minutes late getting in ... the drums and guitar I heard as I walked sounded great (I am a believer who likes to hear the word not watered down, but I also like the music to pop). So after hearing some great music, I listened to the sermon. It was biblical and challenging w/out beating anyone about the head (some bible belt churches are famous for that ... sometimes needed ... but not every Sunday). I don't know how many Sundays I'll find myself in the Toronto Markham area ... but if/when I do, I will visit "The Bridge" again (and cooler yet, I was able to do so on Saturday night).
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago