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2019.04.12 14:48 hsv_bvdRental Advice - DIFC + Business Bay / Damac Properties
Hi all, recently relocated to Dubai. Workplace is at DIFC. Needing a place to rent for at least a year. Areas in mind are currently DIFC (expensive but save on transport) & Business Bay (cheaper but further). Budget is around 50-70k aed/year. In business bay, DAMAC Majestine(link) seems to be the clear choice. Proximity to bay square (supermarket), fully furnished & new (from photos). Plus it is going for 50-55k. Was wondering if anyone has experience with this property and what is the catch. All the agents seem to be using the same photos and same description. Is the property direct from the landlord? Agency fee seem to be 3k-5k with a 5% security deposit. With regards to bargaining will asking for 5k reduction be too much? The other properties in that area for the same price range are either much older (burj al nujoom) or unfurnished and older. Have shortlisted a few places in DIFC. Libery house & Sky gardens but compared to the damac properties they seem like the worse off choice
2018.11.26 02:47 OnlyAnEssenceThiefAre servers in South Africa + Dubai really not feasible?
I'm asking this because I genuinely believe they are feasible and I'm glad to debunk some arguments that state otherwise. Take all of this with a grain of salt as I only have so much information to work with, I don't have Riot's internal statistics on potential player counts for example.
Argument #1: Not enough people are there to maintain a profit/validate server presence.
If this were the case I don't believe OCE would exist as a server. OCE primarily consists of Australia & New Zealand whom amount to ~30 million in terms of population, adding in a few more million to factor in various islands. For Dubai we can assume that servers would encompass a large portion of the Middle East, EASILY beating out OCE just by starting off with Saudi Arabia at 33 million (this not including potential players from the UAE, Qatar, Iran, Pakistan & many more). South Africa alone also sweeps this with a population of 56 million (not including other nearby countries like Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Botswan etc). You can argue that the demographics of Dubai/South Africa (especially rich/poor raio) are worse for gamers than in OCE but I doubt it, both South Africa & the Middle East are a lot more developed than people give them credit for and very likely have a good supply of potential players at hand. tl;dr: OCE has less potential players than South Africa OR the Middle East assuming demographics are remotely similar. OCE doesn't have the population to compare.
Argument #2: There aren't good areas to host the servers.
I shouldn't need to explain how false this is for Dubai. Dubai is to the Middle East what New York City is to the US - a massive, uber-developed supercity with plenty of resources to spare thanks to the power of big oil, potential server hosts being one of them. Dubai should be easy. South Africa on the other hand is a bit tricker but not my much, Johannesburg is the 41th largest urban area by population in the world (as of 2017) and Cape Town is always a good alternate. To put it into perspective the 40th largest urban area by population is Chicago, the current home of NA's servers (though this was more prime location than anything). There are DEFINITELY good areas available in South Africa & Dubai. tl;dr: No, Dubai is the Middle East's NYC & South Africa has good cities available as well. Once more I'll ask people to not underestimate the population & economic statuses of South Africa OR the Middle East.
Argument #3: Just because servers will be there doesn't mean they'll grow or be maintainable.
So you're not willing to try? Is the idea here just to leave these places in the dust because it's assumed there's no hope for them, that they'll just wither and die? What does that say for globalization and the ever-important idea of being able to include more and more people into modern day society so that we can have more people educated, more people living longer & as a result more innovation being performed? You'll laugh at me for involving League in this but it plays a part in this too: Having servers in South Africa & Dubai would allow more people to get into gaming meaning more demand, more cash & above all MORE COMPETITION (even if it's only Wildcard level for a while). Giving more people an opportunity to make their impact is a GOOD thing, it opens up more potential income & resources for everyone to get a share of. So why not try it? If it bombs it bombs, they got a shot & no one wanted to take part. But if it works it'll be huge for the worldwide League scene - one step closer to getting worldwide coverage and a true World Championship. tl;dr: Not trying is worse than failing and having tried. Giving more people the opportunity to make their voices (and for Riot - wallets) known has no real consequence in a positive sum game. There are potential gamers out there, just give them a chance and they'll make themselves known. That's all. I wanted to vent on this for the most part, it's been several years since people started asking for servers in the Middle East + Africa (especially South Africa) and to have it constantly be put down for the three arguments above just seems unfair when none of them are as sound as they may seem. But in the end Riot has the data, Riot knows best - I just hope they open up an opportunity for those potential playerbases soon.
Total budget and country of purchase: Budget is between 25k to 35k INR. Would be buying this laptop in India. Can also try getting it from Dubai if something meets my requirements at lower cost.
Do you prefer a 2 in 1 form factor, good battery life or best specifications for the money? Pick or include any that apply. Best specification for the money. Won't be carrying this laptop around so average battery life suits me.
How important is weight and thinness to you? Not much. If it looks sexy, that's good for me. However, not too fussy about this.
Which OS do you require? Windows, Mac, Chrome OS, Linux. Windows 10. Can get it installed later also.
Do you have a preferred screen size? If indifferent, put N/A. Would prefer 14. Definitely nothing big than 15.6.
Are you doing any CAD/video editing/photo editing/gaming? List which programs/games you desire to run. The laptop will be used mainly for browsing, watching movies and mild programming in excel or python. (Nothing fancy like optimization, ML etc) Basic data transformation and analysis. I believe i3 8th gen would be good enough for that. Would appreciate inputs from experts.
If you're gaming, do you have certain games you want to play? At what settings and FPS do you want? N/A
Any specific requirements such as good keyboard, reliable build quality, touch-screen, finger-print reader, optical drive or good input devices (keyboard/touchpad)? Reliable build quality, Full HD display, Backlit keyboard (in decreasing order of priority)
Leave any finishing thoughts here that you may feel are necessary and beneficial to the discussion. Would prefer a Full HD laptop.
Hey all! Just wanted to fill you in on what ProjectOaken Innovations has been up to since the 1st place win in the UAE Govhack Blockchain Hackathon. Way, way back in March of 2017 a group of startups got together with Toyota Research Institute in Palo Alto, CA. We wanted to help solve a problem of how consumers would interact with an autonomous car future, but more immediately how we could help other consumers get access to mobility now. We’ve contributed to this effort by developing some early prototypes to solve these problems with the Ethereum blockchain, and of course, provided our Acorn hardware solution embedded within the vehicle. Our contributions will allow for a disintermediated, TRUE peer to peer car and ride sharing platform, as well as a (caution: pun) vehicle in which consumers can lease a vehicle short-term. This is in anticipation for the autonomous car future where the average consumer won’t own a car, but also, this provides utility now, allowing individual and fleet auto owners to lease their vehicles to trusted and identified riders. We did this in cooperation with Toyota Research Institute, MIT Media Labs and blockchain/DLT startups: Gem, BigChainDB, and Commuterz (Formerly LaZooz). Eventually, this will also be a platform for cars’ autonomous devices (LIDAR, RADAR, Cameras, etc…) to feed data to an open data exchange where other auto manufacturers can run simulations against scenarios that their fleets might never encounter and city planners can run modeling for capacity and infrastructure needs. With identity, security and value transfer baked into blockchain protocols, this makes a perfect platform to enable car sharing, ride sharing, and short term auto leases. We’re very proud to be a part of this effort and are looking for other developers and auto manufacturers to join us on our open mobility initiative at blockchain-mobility.org. Be sure to watch me and Oaken Innovations on stage tomorrow, with Toyota for our presentation on this effort @ 4:30 EST @ Consensus 2017 in NY. Link to the Toyota Research Institute Press Release: http://pressroom.toyota.com/releases/toyota+research+institute+explores+blockchain+technology.htm
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