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The Steady Stater, hosted by Brian Czech, is a podcast of the Center for the Advancement of the Steady State Economy, dedicated to exploring limits to growth and sustainable solutions. Czech and his guests discuss the principles of steady-state economics and how they apply to contemporary politics and policy. The Steady Stater airs every Monday at 8:00 a.m. EST.
 
Hey, Human Design projectors! Are you ready to start being a projector? (And to find out what, exactly, it means to be a projector and how you can succeed in the world?) This is your invitation (yay, an invitation!) to join fellow Human Design projector Ardelia Lee as she explores the ins and outs of being a projector in a generator-filled world. She’ll cover general Human Design topics like gates + channels and dive deeper into how projectors can use their unique energy to overcome common p ...
 
The Space Industry by satsearch - sharing stories about the businesses taking us into orbit. We delve into the opinions and expertise of the people behind the commercial space companies of today, who could become the household names of tomorrow. Find out more about the companies and technologies discussed on this show at satsearch.com.
 
Going for the VCDX certification can seem, at first, overwhelming. It doesn't have to be! Join Simon Long (VCDX #105) on this bi-weekly podcast, as he interviews guests; a mixture of VCDX panelists, mentors or others working towards the certification. Whether you are looking for the latest VCDX news and updates, or tips and words of advice for your design or the defense, this is the podcast for you.
 
Class is in session! Tech Study Hall is a place where educators can go to recharge and keep their ideas flowing to find creative ways to accent tech to their lessons. Tech Study Hall is a great place to take small steps to your tech independence in a safe space for exploring. Remember that even a small step forward is movement toward a greater journey! Let's learn together!
 
A dating podcast for the man who is done with games, and who seeks effective and powerful solutions to his dating challenges. We also focus on lifestyle design and self improvement, as improving ones success with women is directly tied to how you spend your time, your purpose and beliefs, and internal self image. Podcast episodes are hosted by author and NYC/San Diego-based dating coach Stephen Nash and includes interviews with leading edge experts in the fields of lifestyle design, dating, ...
 
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The DroidDevCast

Rin Oliver, Jasmine Henry, Chiranjeet Deka

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Welcome to the DroidDevCast, a podcast brought to you by the team at Esper, bringing you the latest news, thoughtful discussion, and insights into all things Android, Android DevOps, and open source software development. Our host, Esper Platform Evangelist Rin Oliver is joined weekly on Fridays by a variety of guests whose backgrounds span software development, product design, UI/UX, engineering, marketing, and more. These are the stories of how today's software is built, produced, and deliv ...
 
Welcome to the Building the Backend Podcast! We’re a data podcast focused on uncovering the data technologies, processes, and patterns that are driving today’s most successful companies. You will hear from data leaders sharing their knowledge and insights with what’s working and what’s not working for them. Our goal is to bring you valuable insights that will save you and your team time when building a modern data architecture in the cloud. Topics will span from big data, AI, ML, governance, ...
 
We created the “Business of collaboration” podcast at https://collabwith.co – the place to find knowledge and technology -to feature conversations between a business executive and a professor to talk about life experiences and how to work together for a positive impact. We invite our listeners to discover new points of view through the stories told by our guest speakers.
 
Mokriya is a design-focused mobile development studio based in Cupertino, CA. Our apps for Craigslist, Sidecar, Hipster, and many more have delighted millions of users. We've helped companies from startups to fully-scaled enterprises realize their mobile product visions, and our UX specialists, product designers, and top-tier developers can help you realize yours, too. We believe in agile development (of course), open communication and trust (we give you full access to the codebase from day ...
 
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https://go.dok.community/slack https://dok.community/ ABSTRACT OF THE TALK There is confusion amongst Kubernetes users as to when you should make a Deployment with a PVC and when you should use a StatefulSet with a PVC. There is also a general lack of understanding when it comes to disk access policies, what RWO/RWX mean and what they allow you to …
 
In this episode of Building The Backend we hear from Simon Crosby – CTO @ Swim an open source edge computing operating system, where we talk all about edge computing, event streaming and much more. Below are top 3 value bombs: Edge means more than just being physically located somewhere it could also mean in the cloud. It really is the closest poin…
 
Timothée Parrique joins us for a record third appearance on The Steady Stater! Following previous discussions exploring the social limits to growth and the European degrowth movement, Tim and Brian discuss the final part of his dissertation "The Political Economy of Degrowth,” which focuses on policy design. That includes property, work, money and …
 
In this episode we speak with Thomas Sinn, CEO and founder of Deployables CubeD (DcubeD). DcubeD is a Germany-based manufacturer of actuators and deployable structures for nanosats and smallsats, and the wider commercial space industry. In this conversation, we discuss testing and qualification for deployables and other technologies. We cover: How …
 
In this episode, we're taking a step back from our minds to really begin observing how they work. In Human Design, the mind tends to be thought of only as something that can take you off your path. And while it has the potential to do that, only viewing the mind as such doesn't account for its beauty and purpose in HD. We'll look at what's really s…
 
This episode is a little different then the usual format. Instead of interviewing a data leader - I share what I consider are the 12 most important principles when designing a modern data architecture. Please message me on LinkedIn with the thoughts on this show.By Travis Lawrence
 
Sandy Irvine was a prominent figure in the early days of the Green Party of England and Wales and an Associate Editor at The Ecologist magazine. This week on The Steady Stater, Sandy joins Brian to discuss everything from supergrids to soccer, and Green New Deals to green old people. Sandy Irvine's Green Blog: https://sandyirvineblog.wordpress.com/…
 
0 A.D. is a free and open-source real-time strategy video game under development by Wildfire Games. It is a historical war and economy game made an international group of volunteer game developers and it is AMAZING. The game is cross-platform, playable on Windows, macOS, Linux, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, even Raspberry Pi! Stanislas Dolcini has been working…
 
Join me and my Splenic Projector guest, Brand Manager Allie Tymo as we talk all things Projector, business, and life. We have a great conversation, starting with what being an open G-Center Projector is like. Allie shares her experience as well as her tips for creating a brand as someone who has an open G-Center. We segue into other areas of intere…
 
In this episode of Building The Backend we hear from Prukalpa Sankar – Co-founder of Atlan, where we talk all about data quality/governance, common issues organizations face when implementing data quality and much much more. Below are top 3 value bombs: Data Governance has a bad reputation. It should not be a bureaucratic controlling process that i…
 
Our episode this week covers the delightful (and occasionally dark) world of insects with Professor Dave Goulson, author of the new book Silent Earth. Brian and Dave discuss fireflies, glow-worms, bumblebees and butterflies. They also discuss eating insects, cleaning up cow pies and what can be done to assist our tiny friends. Plus, is Dave the new…
 
Intro 下午的牛群,覓食完回家。 林芝,西藏。 Voices 牛群 Comments 歡迎所有善意的留言!請點擊鏈接進入留言板:https://github.com/wujimacha/Podcast-Outreach/discussions More Architectural Observation, Art and Philosophy, Life and Work. At WūJīMāChā, we manifest what's already there: https://www.wujimacha.com/ Subscribe: https://www.wujimacha.com/pub/how-to-subscribe Episode Catalogue: https:/…
 
In this episode we speak to Viktor Danchev, Chief Technology Officer at satsearch member EnduroSat. EnduroSat is a nanosatellite manufacturer and operator with headquarters in Bulgaria. EnduroSat has quickly built a strong brand in the space sector since being founded in 2015 and has worked with customers all across the globe. In the show we discus…
 
https://go.dok.community/slack https://dok.community/ ABSTRACT OF THE TALK Workloads tell the true story of how Kubernetes is being used in production these days. We talked to 200 architects and DevOps engineers about the nitty gritty deployment details, especially around data-intensive workloads. The result is a report with quantitative informatio…
 
Is everything old new again? Scott chats with Eric Newcomer about the recurring patterns he's seen as the CTO of WSO2 and across his career as a technologist building large systems. We'll talk about complexity vs. simplicity, abstraction vs. control, and one of Eric's favorite topics - transactions and eventual consistency. Eric will also explain t…
 
https://go.dok.community/slack https://dok.community/ ABSTRACT OF THE TALK Prima and Tammy join us to discuss the bridges between Security and SRE. How can these two teams work best together? What can they learn from each other? Prima is a Security Engineer and Tammy is a Site Reliability Engineer. They are both Australians living in the USA with 1…
 
I'm joined by 1/3 Splenic Projector Clarise Bezuidenhout as we talk about all things recognition in this episode. Our focus is more on internal recognition, as Clarise points out its importance in our deconditioning process. Internal recognition - our ability to see our gifts and really appreciate them (and our energy) is what really sets the stage…
 
https://go.dok.community/slack https://dok.community/ ABSTRACT OF THE TALK Discussion around the drivers for DevOps data management and the primary data wait cases in the typical value stream. You’ll discover how data services solutions that enable instant data recovery and data copy will immediately accelerate your CI/CD pipeline. TAKE-AWAYS We’ll…
 
Marina Toybina is a six times Emmy Award winning costume designer, who is behind the fascinated costumes of The Masked Signer show on Fox. She won awards for her work at The Masked Signer, Super Bowl Halftime Show (w/Katy Perry), 55th Annual Grammy Awards, SYTYCD, and X Factor. Marina was born in Moscow, USSR, but when she was 11, her family immigr…
 
Richard Heinberg has written a lot of powerful (and power-themed) books throughout his career. But his recent release — simply titled 'Power' — is the one that he hopes to be remembered for. Brian talks with the Senior Fellow of the Post Carbon Institute about the role of power in shaping human history, the pathology of power, and whether we as a s…
 
This is a podcast episode you do not want to miss with Stephen Brobst, CTO @ Teradata. We discuss all things Data Warehouses, the shift to the distributed cloud and, key principles to implementing successful DW's. Top 3 Value Bombs: Large organizations are shifting more to a distributed / inter-cloud architecture for many reasons, a couple of reaso…
 
https://go.dok.community/slack https://dok.community/ ABSTRACT OF THE TALK eBPF is one of the key technologies nowadays. There are several existing technologies in network or observability fields but not much in storage space. This presentation tells my research story and tries to define some of the possibilities of the technology. eBPF is a key te…
 
1. Mindfulness Meditation & Coaching with Fred Pitt - Fred explains what mindfulness is, how easy it is to incorporate into your every day routine for a healthier you, and takes you through your own session, right here on the podcast! You can follow up with Fred on his site, Mind The Gap! Mind The Gap 2. Spirits & Tarot Cards explored with Kimberle…
 
Little Hackers is a new book from Google engineer and multi-hyphenate Brandon Tory that launched on Kickstarter this week! It's designed to teach kids to program computers without requiring touching a computer! Scott talks to Brandon about how he learned and how he thinks the next generation of kids can learn to code and think about systems. https:…
 
In this episode we speak with Giovanni Pandolfi of Leaf Space, a Ground Segment as a Service (GSaaS) provider headquartered in Italy and with facilities around the world. Leaf Space has a major focus on the Ground station as a Service (GSaaS) business model and has served a range of clients across the industry running both single and multiple missi…
 
https://go.dok.community/slack https://dok.community/ ABSTRACT OF THE TALK This talk will introduce Druid-Operator (https://github.com/druid-io/druid-operator) and how Kubernetes and Operator framework can be used to write an operator that enables provisioning, management, and scaling of a complex cluster of Apache Druid to 1000s of nodes. This tal…
 
“The hardest part of ETL is not building the connectors, it is maintaining them.” Truer words never spoken. Really enjoyed this episode with Michel Tricot CEO & Co-Founder of Airbyte where we discuss all things data integration and connectors. Top 3 value bombs: The future of ETL/ELT integration connectors may lie with open source. Many closed sour…
 
The Steady Stater podcast returns for Season 2! Our first episode also sees the return of our very first guest Laurel Hanscom, CEO of the Global Footprint Network. Laurel and Brian discuss the 2021 rebound of Earth Overshoot Day, the #100DaysOfPossibility campaign in the run up to COP26, acknowledgements of limits to growth creeping into government…
 
https://go.dok.community/slack https://dok.community/ ABSTRACT OF THE TALK Database Administrators (DBAs) have jobs today because someone recognized that data is critical. It's critical to businesses, who need it to make good decisions. It's critical to users, who need to know how many people liked their recent post. DBAs developed process and mayb…
 
PhD candidate and researcher Krystal Maughan didn't plan her career, but instead focused on being present and in the moment as events and opportunities presented themselves. Luck is opportunity plus preparation and Krystal makes her own luck by being deeply prepared and by consistently showing up! What can we learn from Krystal's (circuitous) journ…
 
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