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401(k) Specialist’s new biweekly podcast series “The 401(k) Specialist Pod(k)ast” provides retirement and 401(k) advisors with tips and strategies to optimize their business and outperform for their clients. High-profile pundits and personalities engage in smart discussions of relevant topics to educate, inform and entertain listeners.
 
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Welcome to MADEcast. Season 2 out now: The Digital Takeover of Design, Are we Doomed or Gloomed? How does the immediacy of social media affect design? This semi-annual podcast exploring the role of design, and architecture in Western Canada. Produced by MADE - joinmade.org, Edmonton’s not-for-profit design advocacy voice. This series we will investigate the doom vs gloom potentialities we face with increased digitization of our world. Team: Cody Johnston, Stephanie Pollock, Jordan Ast, Ankit ...
 
In the grand showbiz tradition of ripping off what works to make millions of his own dollars, comedian Julian McCullough (This American Life, The Tonight Show, @midnight) has taken the hugely popular DOUG LOVES MOVIES podcast and made JULIAN LOVES MUSIC. Do you love music and comedy? Does Billy Joel's music fill you with rage? You'll love JULIAN LOVES MUSIC!
 
AstroCast is a Podcast focused on the Houston Astros, and is the work of collaboration from the many users of the online community found at reddit.com/r/Astros. Feel free to join us at the above, or contact us as astrospodcast@gmail.com.
 
The Thinking Elixir podcast is a weekly show where we talk about the Elixir programming language and the community around it. We cover news and interview guests to learn more about projects and developments in the community. Whether you are already experienced with Elixir or just exploring the language, this show is created with you in mind. We discuss community news, Functional Programming, transitioning from OOP, coding conventions, and more. Guests visit the show to help challenge our ass ...
 
Join attorney, wealth manager, and well-known author David Mandell, JD, MBA in this podcast dedicated to improving a physician’s personal financial bottom line. David talks with doctors from every specialty and stage of career about their real-world lessons in financial matters, and interviews industry experts in all areas of wealth management. Tune in every other week for new episodes!
 
We at Ask an Astronomer are a collection of volunteer graduate students at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY, along with David Kornreich, a professor at Ithaca College. We have a website which we have run for about a decade where we answer a variety of astronomy related questions submitted by readers. Our website is http://curious.astro.cornell.edu.
 
A forum for Surgical Technologists and Health professionals. Interviews, Stories, and Entertainment! Follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/thescrublifepodcast Instagram https://www.instagram.com/scrublifepodcast/ Episode notes and research references may be found on http://thescrublifepodcast.wordpress.com
 
For Pete's Sake is a sports-talk show that's about more than x's and o's or last night's scores. It's about life. Hosted by Pete Solari, and broadcasting from New York, For Pete's Sake is a 1 hour weekly show featuring various rantings and ravings about professional and college sports topics and is occasionally mixed with discussions about news, politics, history, pop culture, life, or anything else that's going on. For Pete's Sake airs live every Wednesday at Noon ET on MESN Radio (MESNradi ...
 
Join us as we dive deep into upcoming SPAC mergers and who we think potential SPAC acquisition targets are. Not sure what SPACs are or how to invest? Not to worry, we explain it all and get you up and running in the world of SPAC mergers, IPO's, and speculation.
 
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Welcome to 2022, everyone! In this first episode of the year, my multi-part journey into the music of Science Fiction cinema and its evolving soundscape through the decades continues. We’re now crossing over into the 1980’s, following on from the seismic shift in film scoring which occurred with the unexpected arrival of STAR WARS in 1977 and its J…
 
This week: Jen talks about eating two pints of ice cream in a 3rd year of the pandemic funk, how she’s tired of people saying Omicron is “mild” let’s just all get it, RIP Bob Saget, Clay Aiken is running for Congress, and Che Diaz stans came for Jen online. Join the Patreon at patreon.com/jenkirkman To subscribe to Jen’s You Tube Channel, Anxiety B…
 
Friend and co-host of the Hollywood Crime Scene Podcast, Rachel Fisher, selects killer kid progenitor The Bad Seed (1956) and Andy pairs it with Val Lewton’s coming-of-age classic The Curse of the Cat People (1944) for a double-feature of true crime fascination, magical realities, and child psychology!…
 
We talk with Digit and Quinn Wilton about the Burrito project. It wraps up Elixir to a single binary, enables cross-platform builds, and uses Zig to help while also enabling NIFs! They share how the security focused software they create uses this to run in isolated environments where Elixir can’t be installed. A really cool project that can be used…
 
We talk with Boris Kuznetsov to learn about the Waffle library and how it is used to attach images, video, and audio to your Ecto records while also processing the attachments for thumbnails, encodings, and more. We learn about the history of the project having forked from Arc, which is no longer maintained. We cover the challenges of supporting an…
 
In this week’s episode, Episode 5, titled “Communities, good design, and leveraging our grassroots identity” with Michael Rivest and Jonathan Lawrence. Michael Rivest, is an Architect and Associate at HCMA Architecture and Design. Jonathan Lawrence is an Urban Planner, who is active as the Community Planning Advisor for Edmonton Federation of Commu…
 
We talk with Nathan Willson about GEMS, his collaborative music generator written in LiveView. He explains how it's built, the JS sound library integrations, what could be done by Phoenix and what is done in the browser. Nathan shares how he deployed it globally to 10 regions using Fly.io. We go over some of the challenges he overcame creating an a…
 
Listen in as host David Mandell chats with entrepreneur and experienced private investor David Victor. They begin by discussing Victor’s career path, leaving the practice of law to join his father in the startup that became American Education Institute (AEI), where Mandell lectures every year. They then explore AEI in more depth – what services it …
 
In this week’s episode, Episode 4, titled: “Preservation and reimagining historic buildings”, we chat with Beljan Development’s Croy Johnston and local historian Dane Ryksen. In this week’s episode we discuss the Preservation of historic buildings, and how to inspire community cultural history through social media. We talk about Beljan’s (beljandev…
 
We talk with Chase Granberry about Logflare. We learn why Chase started the company, what Logflare does, how it's built on Elixir, about their custom Elixir logger, where the data is stored, how it's queried, and more! We talk about dealing with the constant stream of log data, how Logflare is collecting and displaying metrics, and talk more about …
 
This week: Jen does her podcast while being on hold with CVS pharmacy the entire time as she talks to you about her Hallmark Christmas movie trailer that features a shirtless guy, young facialists who are very politely being ageist, but not totally believing people who say they got Covid after being vaccinated, smoking cigarettes is going to be ban…
 
In the third episode, we chat with City Architect Carol Belanger, and Architecture critic Trevor Boddy. In this week’s episode we discuss Carol and Trevor’s introduction to and fascination with architecture at young ages, the role of architecture in defining a city, tools in architecture, the role of social media interacting with design and archite…
 
We talk with Chris Bell, host of the Elixir Talk podcast and EMPEX conference organizer. Chris tells us about a new EMPEX chapter in the US Western states. EMPEX MTN will be in Salt Lake City, Utah. Chris started a new company called Knock using Elixir. We hear what problems it helps solve and more about his startup journey. A fun discussion with s…
 
Listen in as David chats with student loan expert Ryan Frailich. David and Ryan begin with Ryan’s career path -- from a teacher to human resources professional to Certified Financial PlannerTM with an expertise and certification in student loans (CSLP). David and Ryan then dive into student loans – discussing Income Driven Repayment plans, the pros…
 
This week: Jen talks about her Covid-19 test result that comes in during the podcast, puking on a flight home for Thanksgiving, finding mobsters charming and loving their podcasts, a news story of a sleepover at an IKEA during a snowstorm, and listener emails where Jen gives advice on whether or not to move out of the country for a job. Join the Pa…
 
It is my utmost pleasure to introduce someone whom is an asset to the world of Surgical Technology, not to mention just an amazing human being! In this episode, we discuss the evolution of Mel's journey through becoming a CST, CSFA, Educator, and then, to being an asset to educators across the country with Surgical Science. For more information on …
 
This, first episode, titled “The Front Lines: Social Media’s influence on design today.” We chat with NY design critic and author Alexandra Lange. In this episode our conversation moves through the topics of informal use of social media by architects. The feedback loops embedded within social media. As well as trends and globalism in interior desig…
 
In the second episode, we chat with Architecture professor and historian Peter Sealy, and photographer James Brittain. In this episode we get a well rounded view on the history of the photograph, the role of photography today, digital vs analog photography and design publishing, innovation in design representation, relationship of the of the archit…
 
We talk with host David Bernheisel about his Safe Ecto Migrations guide that was recently released. Intended as a resource for the community, it’s a 4-part series covering how Ecto migrations work, running migrations on production, provides a set of common-task recipes and strategies for migrating data in addition to DB structure. We discuss ideas …
 
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