The Croods: A New Age
“The Croods: A New Age” will hit theaters on Nov. 25 they say.
The first one was fun.
To get the rackmount (from dell anyway) you cannot get a 3rd 8TB hard drive.
Just order the drive separate?
I've only had to deal with Dell's enterprise sales team but my experience is that they'll put together whatever you need - even if a particular combination doesn't exist in their web config tool.
Republicans have secured the numbers needed to ensure that President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee will face a confirmation vote in the Senate.
Senator Mitt Romney of Utah has given the party the 51 backers needed to move forward with voting on Mr Trump's candidate to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died on Friday. Democrats argued there should be no confirmation in an election year. The move guarantees a bitter political battle going into November's vote. President Trump says he will announce his chosen nominee on Saturday. Supreme Court justices are nominated to the bench by the US president, but must be approved by the Senate. With the death of Justice Ginsburg, a liberal stalwart, Mr Trump has been given the chance to cement a rightward ideological tilt of the nine-member court by replacing her with a conservative.
Also from the article above:
"The historical precedent of election year nominations is that the Senate generally does not confirm an opposing party's nominee but does confirm a nominee of its own."
If you want Dell, you could use something like a R6515 with the 4x3.5" front.
M.2 for boot you get with the boss card. You have two PCIe x16 slots that can take a half length GPU card.
One AMD Epyc CPU in these, from 8 cores and up to 64.
But the smaller models, like R340 can also do half length PCIe cards. I fail to see what the problem is really.
The single CPU servers using Intel CPUs are constrained when it comes to PCIe lanes. But other than they should be fine.
Or do you have some special need for a certain GPU or something?
Or is it the Windows 10 drivers for the server that you are worried about?
Microservice architecture was really a means to an end and not the goal itself.
When you have large teams of developers, you simply have to start divide things up into smaller chunks - one way or the other. If you think about the practical problems of trying to maintain and develop a big piece of software while it's running 24/7 with zero interruptions, it's hard to imagine any other way of doing it.
If you don't have those constraints, then using that type of architecture doesn't make as much sense.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a diminutive yet towering women’s rights champion who became the court’s second female justice, died Friday at her home in Washington. She was 87.
Your choice of camera can also affects performance a lot due to format. Some formats are very slow to edit and requires ingestion and re-encoding for decent editing performance.
I do everything in a mix of h.264 and h.265
Why would you export anything in h.264 today? Or do you mean your device actually natively records to h.265?
The devices. I try to use h.265 whenever I get the choice.
This is not a good choice. You want to edit in a format that is easy to decode and H.265 is not. So to be able to edit you either have to re-encode your H.265 video clips into another format (aka transcoding) suitable for your editor or suffer much slower editing performance.
If you shoot in H264 you can probably edit it directly without much impact. The editing software will re-encode it on the fly.
H.265 is a delivery format.
I think you might need to do some more research on this. Can the software you use do GPU offloading? It might affect your choice of GPU then. It might also be a reason to actually pick Intel over AMD (CPU offloading for encoding). Your choice of camera can also affects performance a lot due to format. Some formats are very slow to edit and requires ingestion and re-encoding for decent editing performance. I haven't been keeping up with the latest and greatest and don't know what camera you will be using, what format, bit rate, bit depth etc. But I would makes sure to use a hardware/software combination that can do GPU/CPU offloading if possible and is suitable for the formats you need to work in. Anyway, camera, editor and hardware need to be considered as a system.
I'd go for a bluetooth headset that works with both computers, smartphones and deskphones (with BT).
We use Plantronics Voyager Legend. Has a very good noise cancelling mic and decent battery life (7 hours of talk). Can connect to two devices at the same time.
A privacy bug in Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s official campaign app allowed anyone to look up sensitive voter information on millions of Americans, a security researcher has found.
The campaign app, Vote Joe, allows Biden supporters to encourage friends and family members to vote in the upcoming U.S. presidential election by uploading their phone’s contact lists to see if their friends and family members are registered to vote. The app uploads and matches the user’s contacts with voter data supplied from TargetSmart, a political marketing firm that claims to have files on more than 191 million Americans.