Are you using batch or are you using
real-time data? So, we were out buying Christmas presents a couple of weeks ago and we purchased some stuff that we wanted to share, and we used one of the
loyalty cards from one of the biggest brands, and I was like… well, this is pretty cool, we would then be able to see what we bought and we can then split the bill in
the car. When we’re driving out there I was like… oh, we have the receid in the
backs and we couldn’t remember what each of the packages, we bought was worth. So, I was like, well let’s just check the app, and it was not there and I was like – We live in a world where I, as a computer, expect I get access to data
instantaneously. And yet customers and companies are not able to really fulfill
that for one of the other reason. And don’t get me wrong, I know the challenges
of some of these things. And if you have a point-of-sale system with I don’t know
how many million customers going through every day. It’s a lot of data, and you
want to have an efficient way of capturing that pushing it online, so
users can see it when they need to, and it may be easier cheaper to do it
off peak period, when the system is not loaded for it, a lot of customer
transactions and stuff like that, but I do think it’s it’s interesting as a
consumer to live in a world, when I live in a real-time world, when it’s not
really fulfilled by some of the customers, or the shopping centers
or whatever you have that have these big data. And I guess that’s just because we
are used to, when we purchase something online, we get a receid instant saying
yes, they we can see the status of all the different steps, we can see whenever
we purchase something online, that they are delivered. We can see
where the package is, a lot of different stages, but not here. And I don’t know the scenario, but maybe some had to big data could have solved this and made it easier just push
out the data and then calculated whatever speed, or just send it to the
integration broken and let that handle this dismisses processing. But I
do find it interesting, that something like this is going on, and I’m
not sure where it will end, and what will happen in the scenario, but at least when
I’m doing integration, I’m thinking well, it’s this actually something we can do
real-time, or is this a bad scenario and well, on my current project
there’s a lot of batches going on that we operate in customers, customer pricing stuff like that asynchronously. And that makes sense for the business,
because that’s what they want to see. But maybe the prices are changing and a lot
of different pace, and with that it’s going on it could be pretty
difficult to understand, what we really needed to change. So, that was just
some considerations about are you actually doing batch or real-time, and
what’s the reason why you’re not doing real-time, could you actually do that? So,
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– My name is Joe Strasser, and I am the Lighting
Lead at LAIKA Studios. I’ve used Katana for many years. I was one of the initial
users back at Sony Imageworks. I think it does continue to surprise me, and some of the secrets and variables that we can now set in a scene, for me, that was something that was new that we were trying on the last show, so in terms of convenience,
and efficiency, and workflow, every new version continues to get a little bit better, so it is always a little
pleasantly surprising what we can do, what we can get away with. I’ve never used anything that allows us to work on so many shots simultaneously, and also handle asset
Look Dev in one location. I really can’t imagine
a pipeline without it.
-First of all, congrats. You’re gonna be
a first-time dad. -Oh, my God, yeah.
-This is a big deal. [ Cheers and applause ] -It’s great.
-Well, where are you? Where’s your head right now?
Where’s your headspace? -I don’t have — I’m not having
any of the freak-outs or the nervousness that everyone
tells me I should be having. -Yeah.
-All I am is excited. -Yeah.
-And we’re about 5, 6 weeks away.
Something like that. -Wow. Are you —
-But now that I’m, like, on national television, maybe I
am freaking out a little bit. [ Laughter ]
-That’s right. Sorry about that.
-Sort of in real time, I’m like, “Actually, wait.
I should be nervous.” We are not ready at all. We have a friend of a friend
that loaned us a crib, and that’s all we have. We have not planned
a baby shower. We don’t know what we’re doing.
We are wildly unprepared. I think I am freaking out.
-I’m sorry about that. I don’t want —
Here’s some water right here. I don’t want you to freak out.
But it is a — It’s kind of fun when you have
your first child, if you’re lucky enough
to have a baby. But it’s fun
that everyone gives you advice. -Yeah.
-And everyone gives you books. They give you things. They go, “Don’t have them sleep
on this type of mattress.” -Yeah.
-“Don’t use these nipples. Use this thing.”
-I know. -“They’re environmentally safe.
Use glass –” I go, “Please,
just leave me alone. It’s my baby.”
-There’s so much. And we’re taking these classes.
There’s — Tonight, after this,
I’m doing the third class in the last four days
where you just get about a hundred pieces of information
in an hour, and I don’t know
what to do with it. -You have to get your license
to have a baby. Yeah.
[ Laughter ] -Yesterday, we did what was like
the baby prep class. And the way we started is,
we went around the room, and all you had to do
was say your name and how much experience you have
with a newborn, like changing diapers
or holding babies. Like, just that. So it goes around,
it comes to me, and I’m like,
“Hi. I’m Kieran. I’ve held some newborns,
friends of mine, and when I was a little kid,
I probably helped my mom with diapers and stuff. And I remember holding
my little brother Rory.” And then, I turn to my wife, and she goes “Hi. I’m Jazz.
I hate babies, and I’m terrified of them
so I never hold them.” [ Laughter ]
-Oh, my God! Enh!
Wrong answer. “Okay.
Let’s try it again, Jazz.” -What I love about that is that I know she’s so happy
being pregnant, and she loves this baby. But what she basically
said to the room is, “I love my child, but I’m going
to hate all of yours.” [ Laughter ] “Anyway, next?”
-She’s gonna see — You start loving every baby.
-I — Well, maybe. -You do. -I took one look at her
when she said that, too, and I was like,
“I’ve never been more in love with anybody in my life.”
-Yeah, that’s true. Yeah. Very good. My advice to you is,
don’t take anyone’s advice. Just go —
-That’s the best advice. -Just go and —
It’ll all work out. It’s great.
And no spoilers. No spoilers for you.
-Thank you. -Let’s talk about “Succession.”
-Okay. -This is a giant —
Yeah, we got one “whoo.” Yeah.
-One person saw the show. It’s great.
-That’s good. -And a bunch of liars. -People are obsessed
with the show. Did you know it was gonna be a
hit when you first did it? -Absolutely not, no.
But I never know that. It’s weird for me
doing a TV show. This the first time
I’ve ever done that, and I’ve been doing this
for 29, 30 years, which is sort of weird to say. I hope that didn’t come off
as obnoxious, but who cares? [ Laughter ] Usually, whenever I do a job,
I don’t usually care what the perception of it
is gonna be, because I’m just like,
“I did my part. However people like it
is none of my business.” Now I’m a little bit like,
“I hope people like it, ’cause I want to keep doing it.”
-Yeah. -So, the fact that people
have been liking the show actually feels really nice.
It’s good. -But, I mean, it’s bizarre that
people like these characters, ’cause they’re awful people. -I’m not sure that
they like the characters. They kind of —
There’s something about them. They just want to watch them and maybe watch them fail
or something. -It’s like watching
“Dancing With the Stars.” You’re like…
[ Laughter ] …kind of rooting for them
but kind of hoping they’re bad. You know? Yeah.
-I get multiple times — And I think that they all think
they’re very original. But people on the street
come up to me, like, “Hey, you’re on that show.”
I’m like, “Thanks.” Like, “You’re an ass [bleep]”
Like, “Oh, thank you.” [ Laughter ]
-There you go. -Yeah.
-“My wife’s pregnant. Thank you very much.”
-Walking with her. -“I’m doing my job.”
-Yeah, it’s a character. -You insult some people.
I mean — -Oh, yeah.
-You go for it. -Oh, there are times
when they’re just like, “You know what?
If you want to, there’s a bunch
of background actors there. Just, like, rip into them.” So, at the end of a take,
I’ll just start making fun of some guy’s beard
and yelling at him, and they go, “Cut,”
and I run over, I’m like,
“I’m Kieran, by the way. Like, they asked me to –”
-“I am so sorry. That’s my character.”
-“That’s Roman. That’s not — yeah.”
-“That is not me at all.” Well, congrats on everything.
-Thank you. -I know you’re getting
a lot of Emmy love, and the show’s a hit, and so
that’s awesome for you, buddy. And congrats more
on being a dad. It’s gonna be great.
Got to come back. -Thank you so much. -We have a clip from
“Succession.” And we had to bleep out
a lot of it. Take a look. -Where’s this coming from? -It’s coming from dad.
-It’s coming from us. -No. What?
Why are we dancing around? It’s coming from dad.
Dad’s worried about you. -Okay.
-I mean, come on. You know how he is.
He doesn’t get it. He still has a plant
out in the Philippines manufacturing Xerox machines
but he’s [bleep] shrewd. And right now —
Right now, his giant cyclops eye is looking in this direction,
and he’s feeling like maybe he bought a giant
pile of bull [bleep] So now here I am to inquire,
in the politest terms possible, what the [bleep] is going on. -There you go.
[ Cheers and applause ] You’re good.
It’s not bad. Kieran Culkin, everybody!
– Alright, I made it here despite your directions. – Ahh, Superintendent Chalmers. I see you’ve made
it here despite my unforgettable directions. – Oh, what? Heh okay, I brought wine. – (gasp!) Oh egods! There’s a fire in my house. But what if… I were to put OUT the fire before
it spreads to my entire kitchen? Ho-ho-ho… how sensible, Seymour. Nah, I’ll just leave. Hey, uh… ♪ Skinner with his awful directions! ♪ [laughing]
♪ The Superintendent’s gonna
need better directions ♪ [continued background laughter]
♪ When he hears Skinner’s awful directions ♪ ♪ There’ll trouble in town tonight(!) ♪ [crew bursts in laughter] – Uh, Superintendent! I-I was just, uhm… I had– my leg was stuck in the window;
almost had to amputate it(!) – Oh, well I can amputate it for you. – Uh, no… no. As you see, there are steamed clams cooking. Mmmm… steamed clams cooking. Phew. What was I doing? Oh yes, I was going to Krusty Burger. Superintendent, I hope you’re prepared for Krusty Burger! – Uh… well I thought you were COOKING a meal, Seymour. – I WAS, but my roast was burning, so I put out the fire and went to Krusty Bur– – And went to Krusty Burger and
passed it off as your own cooking? – Yes, I absolutely remembered to put out the fire(!) – Uhhhhhh… – Y-yes! – You put out the fire then? Is that what you’re telling me? So there is no fire in your kitchen? – There is not a fire in my kitchen right now. – Uhmm… Hey, this tastes like Krusty Burger. – Heeh-yes! That’s because it’s Krusty Burger! Old Krusty Burger recipe! – Right. Krusty Burger. – Yes! – With wine. This seems like an odd meal. – Mm… you know- What…. wine is, uhh… tradit… um ‘Scuse me for one second. (yawning) Well, after a long day of putting out fires
and getting Krusty Burger, I’m pooped! – Oh, it’s uh, almost… time. Hey, you’re ff… kitchen’s on fire. – Oh no, it’s not. – I’m pretty sure it is, Seymour. You should deal. With that. Fire. SeymoOoOoOuUr. – No! – Oh, alright. – Yes! My mother’s- – Seymour, aurora borealis is in our kitchen! – Yes, mother, it’s the Northern lights, I know. – Wait… I-I thought it was a fire. You’re telling me it’s aurora borealis?! – Located directly in our kitchen!! – Yes! [panting] [laughter] ♪ Let’s get down to business ♪ ♪ for a Mulan dub ♪ ♪ Did they send me snacking ♪ ♪ when I asked for grub? ♪