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    Gelbe Flotte
    2020-10-27 (duration 1h57m)
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    1:03:23 und dann einmal eben um das Horn von Afrika und das Cup der guten Hoffnung, also einmal komplett um Afrika herumzufahren auf dem Weg nach Europa. Aber ähm,
     
    Weihnachtsökonomik
    2019-12-19 (duration 1h48m)
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    51:47 ähm ich weiß auch nicht ob sie jetzt an einer anderen stelle auch in cup of wert angesetzt haben oder das jetzt wirklich billig geschenke grundsätzlich ausgeschlossen wurden.
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    RZ090 Weltraumstaub
    2020-10-13 (duration 2h11m)
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    21:11 Fünfundsechzig. Ja gut einundsiebzig war der Mond fa.
     
    RZ075 Geologische Zeit
    2019-06-10 (duration 1h57m)
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    1:07:46 und am Anfang war der Mond hatte ich auch heißer als heißt Cup auf mehr Vulkanismus das alles ist und dann in den ersten
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    Episode 4
    2020-09-20 (duration 26m)
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    16:06 cup
     
    Episode 3
    2020-08-30 (duration 38m)
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    24:12 cup
     
    Pilot
    2020-07-19 (duration 32m)
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    10:12 cup
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    Die studentische Perspektive auf Domain of One's Own
    2020-09-12 (duration 1h17m)
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    39:34 Ähm wobei das auch ähm also ich bin ja auch in einem Projekt, um an der FA Bielefeld so eine Publikationsserver aufzubauen und das ist eine,
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    Probe Podcast 19 Neues aus dem Home Studio
    2020-09-11 (duration 1h10m)
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    40:34 die hardware club cup habe ich dann
     
    Unfreiwillig Beta Tester
    2018-12-26 (duration 1h11m)
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    07:12 über das internet oder cup matches
     
    Torsten Hübner
    2018-04-24 (duration 2h54m)
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    1:57:33 mehr auf facebook wird der cup in der
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    Plauderei mit Jens über DSK und Cons
    2020-08-30 (duration 1h9m)
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    29:54 Oder so. Ja, aber dann schreibt man einen Fa.
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    IMR057: Notariat in Hamburg | Interview Notar
    2020-08-18 (duration 46m)
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    45:14 Herr Cup Cup ist ein Verwaltungsrechtler gewesen, der durch den ersten VW Vif gehen VW Go Kommentar alleine geschrieben hat und Kopf nicht Coppi sein Kopf und der Korb sollte bei uns die Veranstaltung machen.
     
    IMR052: Kunst-Shootingstar als vormaliger Kartell- und Baurechts-Anwalt | Interview Paul Schrader
    2020-07-20 (duration 47m)
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    23:37 das war total erstaunlich und dann ging das so ab dem Zeitpunkt immer so ein bisschen parallel den Cup irgendwie, das war auch noch größer.
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    CRE221 Fledermäuse
    2020-08-05 (duration 2h21m)
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    1:49:29 Moment verschwindet der Brasilianische Regenwald in unendlicher Geschwindigkeit. Wir haben's geschafft, so viel CO2 freizusetzen. Ähm das das die Pole Cup abschmelzen und der Permafrostig äh,
     
    CRE217 Mythos 68er
    2018-02-13 (duration 2h26m)
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    2:20:42 Perioden gibt wie sagt man auf die 20er Jahre ja wo es in Deutschland die Demokratie Cup und dann kam eben die Nazis auf nicht ganz bösartige Rückschritt auch geben kann und bei der Frage.
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    StreamNative Brings Streaming Data To The Cloud Native Landscape With Pulsar
    2020-05-11
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    13:18 So I probably in the past few years, pasa has been kind of community driven, use case driven and what have been seen very successful. Most of the adoptions are positives coming from three main categories. One is existing rep mq active mq users. So that is kind of that is more coming from building out the cup applications and that drive that drives a lot of development of mastering arraign oriented features like TTL, dead letter topic and schedule masters delay, delay masters. Those are the features that more commonly seen in the traditional mastering queue. system. And the second category is more driving by the outside data processing. Use Cases like more integrating with Flink and integrating with Spark. And that introducing a lot of features like key share subscription, the tier storage and economy afloat. So be able to kind of providing an efficient way for your data processing engine to process the events within fossa. And the subcategory is what coming from IoT use cases that's that I would say that is kind of leads the bond of digital creation of passive functions. So it drives a lot of development around bringing in the 70s or lightweight computing features into parsa. And that's how the community how the whole partial team partial PMC to materialize the whole project
     
    Navigating Boundless Data Streams With The Swim Kernel
    2019-09-18 (duration 57m)
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    06:44 So first of all, there have been some major steps forward. And anything we do we stand on the shoulders of giants. Let's start off with distinguishing between the large enterprise skill set that's out there, and the cup world. And all the things you mentioned live in the cloud world. So at that reference distinction, most people in the enterprise when you said Flink wouldn't know what the hell you talking about. Okay, similarly will ruin anything else, they just wouldn't know what you're talking about. And so there is a major problem with the tools and technologies that are built for the cloud, really for against for log cloud native applications, and the majority of enterprises who just their step with legacy IT and application skill set, and they still come up to speed with the right thing to do. And to be honest, they're getting over the headache of Hadoop. So then, if we talk about cloud native world, there is a fascinating distinction between all the various projects, which have started to tackle streaming data. And there have been some major progress has been made some major progress there, Jim be delighted to point out some being one of them, and have been going into each one of those projects in detail as we go forward. The key point being that, first and foremost, the large majority of enterprises just don't
     
    The Alluxio Distributed Storage System
    2019-02-19 (duration 59m)
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    07:00 Some others we call enter stores to provide data persistence eat. So the architecture becomes different from 10 years ago when people are talking about, oh yeah, we should move, compute to storage. Let's have cup, deeply coupled storage and compute. And we build open source around this idea. We have more than 900 contributors from all over the world joining this project because they want to contribute, for example, adapter to read their own data source, their own persistent data store, and we have a lot of interfaces for people to customize. So they have different cash policies. These open source project is getting more and more popular, and we also provide a enterprise offering. So the core features in terms of the things I mentioned so far are in open source, it is what called Community Edition we also provides so as a company, we also need to survive we need to have a business model around this open source. So we provide enterprise offering which
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