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Software Engineering Best Practices, System Design, High Scale, Algorithms, Math, Programming Languages, Statistics, Machine Learning, Databases, Front Ends, Frameworks, Low Level Machine Structure, Papers and Computing, Computer Science Book Reviews - Everything!
Daily video and radio show broadcasting from England. Featuring psychology, sociology, political science, philosophy and much more! Follow us at www.spreaker.com/user/4516111
Daily answers to programming questions
Programmer Productivity Tips and Tricks, Streamline Tech News & Education, Stay Productive, Motivated, and Energized
All the latest from the world of agricultural with news, views, and regular market and agronomy updates with Steve Orchard.
The classic works of the Bard. This podcast is brought to you by Steve Rimmer and The English Programme.
News and features from RNA Angola. For more info please go to http://www.rna.ao/
James King and Steve Greenblatt discuss topics relevant to AV programming, programmers, and those who work with audiovisual control systems. To join the conversation or ask a question to be featured on a show, reach out to @AV_JamesKing or @stevegreenblatt on Twitter.
Welcome to The Rabbit Hole, the definitive developers podcast. If you are a software developer or technology leader looking to stay on top of the latest news in the software development world, or just want to learn actionable tactics to improve your day-to-day job performance, this podcast is for you.
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A reading of all match programmes from Arsenal FC home games. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Broadcasting from Liverpool, England. Our presenter, Stephen Rimmer, is a post-graduate researcher, and is currently exploring health and wellbeing for his PhD in Educational Studies.
Videos for kids and the family. Featuring quizzes, jokes and fun.
News and features from RAE Argentina. For more info please go to http://www.radionacional.com.ar/rae-argentina-al-mundo/
The latest business and finance news from around the world from the BBC
How does one become a software developer? Each week, a successful developer tells us their life's story. They describe their path into tech' and share what they learned along the way so that you can use this knowledge to shape your own future. Build on their experience, and become the software professional you could be!
Garb your ears in tunes from The Shend's garden shed. Piles of Punk, slabs of sixties psych, Rock and Roll rumblings, wodges of weirdness and steaming lumps of strange ranging from the forties to the day after tomorrow. Stuff you've heard and stuff you'll wish you hadn't. What the hell is going on? EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
John Sonmez wants to help you become more successful, make more money, deal with difficult coworkers and be so productive everyone thinks you must be abusing a prescription for Ritalin. Listen in every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, as Simple Programmer founder, John Sonmez, answers questions, interviews guests and shares everything he knows to help you become a top performing software developer. The Simple Programmer Podcast is a short podcast that is a mix of career advice, philosophy and s ...
Reimagining Motion is our podcast for the High Volume Transport Applied Research Programme (HVT). In our first season we explore Transit-Oriented Development (TOD). Whether it can be beneficial to low-income countries, and how it might be implemented. Each episode draws on the latest HVT research, case studies and newly developed frameworks offering insights and practical ideas for a TOD approach.HVT is funded by the UK's Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office. The views expressed do no ...
Real life code talk between two working developers.
Every month, Abigail Watson and Delina Goxho speak to a diverse group of practitioners, experts, and commentators from around the world to discuss the risks of contemporary conflict. Join us to talk about the long-term implications of securitised interventions and policies, both for democratic controls over the use of force in Europe, the US and elsewhere and for the communities most impacted in places like the Middle East, the Sahel, the Horn of Africa, South America and South-East Asia.
The World Football Programme has been on air since 1987. The show has grown into an energetic and informative two hours of football news on Saturday mornings between 10-12. To get complete football coverage, the show engages with a handful of local and national guests live every show. The programme is researched, produced and presented by Penny TannerHoath and the team. Penny has played football for state and country. We all coach, play or administrate in the sport and love talking about all ...
Ever wondered what it's like living as a foreigner in Japan? We're Annie & Zeb Ramsbotham, and while our Japan journey might be rambling, we hope this podcast isn't! Join us as we move from the United States to Ishikawa Prefecture, work in the JET Programme, explore Japan by bike, and navigate our new home. We're looking forward to having you along for the adventure. If you're enjoying the podcast we'd appreciate you subscribing and reviewing it on your preferred podcast platform! And as alw ...
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Learn more about energy, resource, waste and water efficiency as well as engage on low carbon, environmental and green sustainability initiatives. This podcast is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and is being delivered by Coventry City Council, Coventry University and Coventry University Enterprises.
Just two sexy guys tearing into life.
Three nerds discussing tech, Apple, programming, and loosely related matters.
The Business Buying Strategies Podcast comes from The Dealmaker's Academy, the world's leading training on buying and selling businesses - without risking your own money! Each week we talk to leading experts, discuss business buying strategies, offer hints and tips and cover the essential skills you will need to buy and sell businesses effectively.
Act Twice, Think Once.
The iDeveloper Podcast is a magazine style podcast for OS X and iOS developers. Each episode looks at subjects such as recent developer news, technical issues around cocoa and cocoa touch, the latest tools and utilities as well as examining the business side of being an indie Mac or iOS developer.
Der Name ist Programm. Football was my first love ist ein Podcast über Fußballkultur, Fanszenen, Groundhopping, Fan-Anekdoten. Und Borussia Dortmund.
How to become a full-stack developer in the next 6 months & change your life with code.
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Roads up and down the country have taken a hammering after a summer of storms - who pays the repair bill?
On the Wednesday show we will rerun the first round of the new RSI competition dedicated to 30 years of Slovakia. In the first round we speak about 30 year old Slovaks. That is also the theme of our upcoming series dedicated to the Peers of the Republic. The first interesting peer of Slovakia that we will speak to is Kristián Dufinec - singer, musi…
How to deal with bad code?
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Alexandra Osteragova from Center for Education Analysis sits down with Ben Pascoe to discuss the situation in education in Slovakia.By RTVS
Aid response to North West Syria - which has been most acutely hit by the earthquake - has been facing challenges. People in Syria are dealing with freezing temperatures, hospitals not being able to cope and the fact that ninety per cent of the population are living on the poverty line. We find out what can be done to help those in need, and the we…
Tongan players talk about tough choices and a huge gap in resources between powerful rugby nations and the Pacific. And they ask: ''Is this structural racism?"
They can hunt, they can fish, they build little nurseries for their babies. Oh and some of them also engage in a bit of sexual cannibalism. Claire Concannon goes on a nighttime stroll in Kirikiriroa Hamilton to meet some fascinating spiders, and learn all about the weird world of spider reproduction.…
Pasifika players have brought so much to the game of rugby - what have they got in return?
With the Bug of the Year 2023 competition coming to the closing stages, it’s not surprising that things are getting heated. In this breaking news story we learn how voting preferences have caused a rift in the Painting lab.
Coastal weather report.
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Waitangi, scrapping of the media merger and the nudist judge are on the agenda.
A wrap of the day's big stories
If you are looking for advice on what to do with all your summer produce, my next guest is here to help you out. Kylee Newton is the author of 'Jams With a Twist' cookbook which she has written in conjunction with the UK's National Trust. It follows the success of her debut cookbook 'The Modern Preserver' and she joins me now.…
Marketers are targeting teens with cheap and addictive vapes, says Janet Hoek She's Professor of Public Health at the University of Otago. Janet explains how vaping could be made less appealing and why action is needed.
ABC Wantok program for 8 February 2023.
The latest news in Samoan language (Gagana Samoa).
The latest news from Melanesia.
The latest news in Solomon Islands Pidgin (Tok Pisin).
The latest RNZ Pacific news.
We speak with Romanus Opiyo, programme leader of Sustainable Urbanisation of the Stockholm Environmental Institute about the impact of climate change on transport in low- and middle-income countries and how it is affecting disadvantaged groups the most. We also discuss using participatory approaches to transport design that is inclusive and resilie…
Midweek Mediawatch - Mediawatch's weekly catch-up with Nights. Colin Peacock talks to Karyn Hay about the government dumping its public media plans - again - and Karyn talks to National's Melissa Lee about her reaction. Also: Waitangi Day passing peacefully - apart from a little cue-card controversy.…
Knock at the Cabin, M Night Shyamalan's (The Sixth Sense) apocalyptic tale of four strange visitors to a family home, with a challenge to save the planet. Stars Dave Bautista (Guardians of the Galaxy), Rupert Grint (Harry Potter) and Nikki Amuka-Bird (The personal history of David Copperfield)
Simon Morris wonders if there's any point to awards these days. He also checks out the front-runner for Best Actor, a collection of First Nation stories from both Australia and Aotearoa, and a thriller about a coming apocalypse.
The Whale sees the triumphant return of former action star Brendan Fraser (The Mummy) in a very different role as a morbidly obese English teacher. Directed by Darren Arinowski (Black Swan) it features two Oscar-nominated roles - Fraser and Hong Chau (The menu).
We are still here - eight writer-director teams, eight stories about First Nation struggles in New Zealand and Australia. It premiered at last year's International Film Festival.
The clock is ticking for rescuers in Turkey and Syria after this week's two massive earthquakes. Close to 8000 people have been killed and tens of thousands more have been injured. Millions are now homeless without reliable access to food and clean water. Joining us now live from Gazientep, the epicentre of the quakes, is CNN's Becky Anderson.…
The social insurance scheme would have paid people up to 80 percent of their salary for seven months after losing their jobs. It was going to be funded by an employee and business levies. But the Prime Minister says he'd need to see a significant improvement in economic conditions before anything is advanced. Council of Trade Unions President Richa…
In a sweeping policy reset, the government has axed the RNZ/TVNZ merger and pushed back work on hate speech and its social insurance scheme. The shake-up comes after the new Prime Minister Chris Hipkins promised to refocus on the cost-of-living - and includes an increase to the minimum wage. Mr Hipkins says his Ministers have been doing too much, t…
Diplomatic efforts are underway to try to secure the release of a New Zealand pilot taken hostage by Papuan rebels. Captain Philip Mehrtens was flying for Indonesia's Susi Air when he was captured by separatists who torched his plane, and say that his life is at stake, and dependent on negotiations with Jakarta. Jean Edwards reports.…
A family whose home was flooded has now been hit again - this time by burglars. They're one of at least nine places in Epsom that have been broken into. Now they face having to deal with police, while their surrounding street piles with rubbish. Our reporter, Finn Blackwell, has the story.
Returning now to the government's policy refocus. Several policies have been thrown on the scrap heap - or kicked into the long grass to revisit later. Instead the focus is going into the cost of living - and as a result of that, the miminum wage will go up $1.50 an hour in April. That will take it to $22.70. Alan McDonald is head of advocacy and s…
News from the business sector, including a market report.
Calls for a freeze on housing intensification in Auckland following the flooding is just a bid to stop development in the city's richer suburbs according to an urban development advocacy group. Long-time councillor and former mayor Christine Fletcher spoked to Checkpoint calling for an immediate halt to housing intensification under the cross-party…
Confusion continues around the process to appoint the All Blacks coach beyond this year's Rugby World Cup. Crusaders coach Scott Robertson - one of the frontrunners for the job - indicated this morning that an announcement from New Zealand Rugby could be coming in the next few days. But NZR says no such announcement is imminent. Here to try to clea…
An enormous haul of cocaine floating in the middle of the Pacific Ocean has been seized by New Zealand agencies. The 3 tonnes worth of cocaine was made up of 81 bales. It's the equivalent of a year's worth in Australia - and 30 years' worth in this country. Ruth Hill has more.
The Prime Minister has pulled the pin on a series of government projects that had faced criticism, and has sent others into the shadows to revisit some other time. Gone is the RNZ/TVNZ merger, the social insurance scheme championed by the Finance Minister won't happen this term, and is likely to be altered, and the government has gone quiet on the …
All the top stories and other headlines from the day
Today on the Panel, Wallace and panellists Simon Pound and Cas Carter discuss the major policies the Government is scrapping, including the RNZ merger. Plus, they discuss the three tonnes of cocaine intercepted by New Zealand authorities. And they discuss parents causing traffic chaos on the school run.…
The latest news and sports from RNZ Pacific
Today on the Panel, Wallace and panellists Simon Pound and Cas Carter speak to Associate Professor at the University of Melbourne, Dr Mark Quigley about what made the Türkiye/Syria earthquakes so catastrophic. Plus, our panellists tell us what has been on their mind this week.
Claire Concannon joins researchers from the University of Waikato to learn about the spiders they are studying, and about just how weird spider reproduction can get.
Andrew Tate is a self-described misogynist with 4.5 million followers on TikTok. Matt Defina works with The Man Cave, an organization that facilitates healthy masculinity for boys and young men. He talks to Jesse.
Today Elliot talks to Jesse about Lost Notes, a music podcast from KCRW, a radio station in California.