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Monica Rodriguez

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Monica Rodriguez is an associate in the Labor Employment Department in the Los Angeles office of Seyfarth Shaw LLP. Ms. Rodriguez has represented clients of various backgrounds, including hospitality, healthcare, manufacturing, energy, and retail. Ms. Rodriguez’s practice has a strong focus in traditional labor and employment litigation. She has effectively defended employers against unfair labor practice charges and managed strike related matters. Ms. Rodriguez has also assisted in developing lawful union avoidance plans, training management teams in the skills and knowledge necessary to avoid unionization, and lawfully responding to active organizing campaigns.

Additionally, Ms. Rodriguez defends employers in lawsuits alleging wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment, retaliation, as well as wage and hour violations. Ms. Rodriguez has extensive experience drafting employer policies, providing pay equity best practices, and conducting internal investigations. Furthermore, Ms. Rodriguez is a part of the firm's Pro Bono department, providing legal services and advocacy to the underserved.

Ms. Rodriguez joined the firm initially as part of the Labor Employment Department’s Fellowship program, an innovative training-focused program for law students and recent graduates with an affinity for labor and employment law. She has thus gained vital training and experience drafting position statements, summary judgment moving papers, motions to compel, demurrers, removals, petitions to compel arbitration, motions in limine and other critical employment litigation briefs.

While in law school, Ms. Rodriguez served as a judicial extern to the Honorable Harry Pregerson of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Ms. Rodriguez also served as a judicial intern to the Honorable Michael L. Stern and the Honorable Teresa Sanchez-Gordon of the Los Angeles Superior Court.

Monica Rodriguez is an associate in the Labor Employment Department in the Los Angeles office of Seyfarth Shaw LLP. Ms. Rodriguez has represented clients of various backgrounds, including hospitality, healthcare, manufacturing, energy, and retail. Ms. Rodriguez’s practice has a strong focus in traditional labor and employment litigation. She has effectively defended employers against unfair labor practice charges and managed strike related matters. Ms. Rodriguez has also assisted in developing lawful union avoidance plans, training management teams in the skills and knowledge necessary to avoid unionization, and lawfully responding to active organizing campaigns.

Additionally, Ms. Rodriguez defends employers in lawsuits alleging wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment, retaliation, as well as wage and hour violations. Ms. Rodriguez has extensive experience drafting employer policies, providing pay equity best practices, and conducting internal investigations. Furthermore, Ms. Rodriguez is a part of the firm's Pro Bono department, providing legal services and advocacy to the underserved.

Ms. Rodriguez joined the firm initially as part of the Labor Employment Department’s Fellowship program, an innovative training-focused program for law students and recent graduates with an affinity for labor and employment law. She has thus gained vital training and experience drafting position statements, summary judgment moving papers, motions to compel, demurrers, removals, petitions to compel arbitration, motions in limine and other critical employment litigation briefs.

While in law school, Ms. Rodriguez served as a judicial extern to the Honorable Harry Pregerson of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Ms. Rodriguez also served as a judicial intern to the Honorable Michael L. Stern and the Honorable Teresa Sanchez-Gordon of the Los Angeles Superior Court.

Education

J.D., Loyola Law School at Los Angeles Dean’s Honor List 2013-2014 Academic Year , Editor Extern to Hon. Harry Pregerson, Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Extern to Hon. Michael L. Stern, Los Angeles Superior Court Extern to Hon. Teresa Sanchez-Gordon, Los Angeles Superior Court

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Finally, monoliths have the advantage that they’re generally easier to setup, test and debug. A developer can get the single thing running and be off to the races. If there are bugs, they don’t have to jump through the complexities of a distributed system and multiple repositories to fix. While tracing might help with this kind of debugging in services-based designs, it has an implementation cost and overhead.

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. We’re going to be pulling InfluxDB , Kapacitor (processing, monitoring, alerting), and Chronograf (UI, dashboards, admin) together into one cohesive whole ( Telegraf will still act as a satellite collection agent). From the beginning, it will be designed as a multi-tenanted system that provides much more than just a database for storing and querying time series data.

The user-facing portions of the product will be an API, presented over REST or gRPC, and a sleek web UI. What it looks like behind those user facing parts depends on the deployment scenario. In the cloud, it will look like a complicated SaaS application architecture consisting of many services. On a developer laptop, it may look like a single binary monolithic application that exposes the same API and UI. In an enterprise on-premise deployment it may be some other architecture.

The idea is that the cloud platform will address scalability and handling many tenants while the monolith will give the developer or user a consistent experience whether working on their laptop, a single deployed server, or our cloud platform. Ideally, they would be able to seamlessly move data from one place to the other and work with it in the same way from an API standpoint. Supporting this kind of deployment scenario is my original motivation for this kind of structure. This could just be a matter of creating the user API and designing down from there, but I’m also trying to think about how to get the best code reuse in the libraries, services, and test suites to support both.

Ok, let’s dive into an example so we can start to think about how to design this thing. First, we start with the API that we want to support. We’ll use a gRPC spec with just the service definition. I’m using gRPC because it’s a nice declarative way to define an API. Converting it into a RESTful interface is an exercise for later. Here’s the service:

For the purposes of this example, we don’t really need to think about the messages in the requests and response. This is just a subset of what we’ll be doing overall, but it’s enough to illustrate the concepts.

We have the concept of an organization, databases, writes, queries, and Kapacitor tasks running in the background. If we’re building a monolithic application, we could simply take the libraries from those projects and piece them together into a single binary that exposes this API.

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Maurice Stovall was a big target for many of Byron Leftwich's throws.

Some brief thoughts from Saturday morning’s practice:

* For much of the practice, thousands of Bucs fans grew frustrated. The Bucs mainly worked on special teams in the farsoutheastcorner of the complex. The vast majority of seats (and fans) are along the west sidelines.

Hoping for scrimmages, for which the Bucs generally use the field along the west stands, fans packed the west bleachers. The only thing keeping the fans remotely interested for over an hour was the appearances of the Bucs cheerleaders and free Popsicles for the kids, who came racing out of the stands for the treats.

When the Bucs finally did scrimmage, Joe overheard one fan, after a few running plays, say, “Come on, throw the ball.I didn’t come all the way up from Bradenton for this.”

Sometimes fans forget whypractices are actually held, but Joe could understand the fan’s concern.

When the Bucs did put the ball in the air,Byron Leftwich got the most work and it sure looks like the coaches are leaning toward him as the starter. Each practice Joe has watched it appears that Leftwich is inching away from the pack in the race to start at signal-caller.

This morning Leftwich threw a couple of beautiful passes. One was a fade to the left sideline that Maurice Stovall hauled in and did a nice job of getting his feet in bounds. The Bucs’ defenders yelled and disputed to the referees that Stovall had pushed off, but to no avail.

Later, Leftwich made a great decision thatwent for a bomb to Antonio Bryant near the left sideline. While at first blush it appeared to be an underthrown ball, Leftwich wisely threw the ball to Bryant so that he had to come back to the ball. But after second thought, Leftwich put the ball in wide open territory not only where there were no defenders, but also the ball was placed where Bryant easily could make a play.

Had Leftwich thrownto Bryant in stride, it likely would have been thrown into traffic as defenders were running with Bryant in good coverage.

It also helped that Leftwich had so much time to throw he could have drank a Caybrew . Leftwich stood in the pocket flat-footed waiting for Bryant to make his move and the passing lane to open up.

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