The Valencia players will start to work individually in the sports city of Paternal in the coming days. But the club already works in next phases in order to comply with the LaLiga protocol. And facing the phase in which it is recommended that the team stay focused after training, the black and white entity plans to concentrate the team on the facilities of the Parador de El Saler, on the outskirts of Valencia. Initially, the club considered concentrating on one of the hotels near the sports city of Paterna. but finally it seems that the option you like the most is that of the Parador de El Saler. This complex, which already used Valencia, with Marcelino, in ChristmasIt has its own soccer field, golf course and direct access to the beach on foot. It also hosted the Selection in the World-wide one in 1982. In addition, the team would have its own space, away from other clients, and with external workers “confined” with the team itself.
Higher ambitions aside, it was a highly entertaining season two finale.(Related: Catch up on the whole of ‘Silicon Valley’ Season 2 with our recaps)On “Silicon Valley,” the company’s blunders usually lead to unexpected success. It’s a pattern the real Valley wants desperately to believe in: the remodeled American Dream of failing and learning from that failure before you can succeed.So when Richard made the hotheaded decisions to take on Hooli and then End Frame in live-streamed video compression instead of pursuing other, more creative applications of Pied Piper’s algorithm, it only makes sense that it would lead to Pied Piper inadvertently live-streaming a “127 Hours”-style rescue of a worker trapped by boulders (after being sent to take down the camera for live-streaming a condor egg hatching.) Live-streaming it flawlessly with no blocking and re-buffering events below 5%. “Silicon Valley” had a chance to say something important. Faced with a software intellectual property case mirroring the same core concepts as the Google v. Oracle API copyright case looming over the tech industry, the show that’s gained enough street cred for humor and realism both with coders and a general audience positioned itself for the opportunity to make a statement.Instead they wrapped up the case in Pied Piper’s favor with a convenient loophole in Richard’s Hooli contract that made his employment—and Hooli’s claim over the Pied Piper algorithm—invalid.In fact, on its merits alone, Hooli won. The arbitrator in the sealed binding hearing said as much. By the letter of the law, Richard used Hooli equipment to test the Pied Piper algorithm, and thus Hooli has a right to ownership of Pied Piper’s underlying IP. If it weren’t for the contractual loophole, held back by the arbitrator for no other reason than dramatic effect worthy of the “I have bad news” doctor from “Arrested Development,” Pied Piper would’ve been Hooli’s.The case’s resolution was a mildly disappointing cop out at the end of a middling second season for a comedy that initially stood out largely for its ingenuity.