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The Lee Weather Team hosts a fast-paced weekly podcast that tackles hot topics (and cold!) plus what’s trending in meteorology, science and climate. The show isn't limited to hard science as our hosts and guests tug at your emotions from stories out in the elements. The Lee Weather team features Matt Holiner of Lee Enterprises' Midwest group in Chicago, Kirsten Lang of the Tulsa World in Oklahoma, Joe Martucci of the Press of Atlantic City, N.J., and Sean Sublette of the Richmond Times-Dispa ...
 
Seedpod is a podcast dedicated to the people shaping our world through social entrepreneurship, sustainability and design. We started this project in the hope of exploring unique perspectives on the issues facing the society we live in. Designer and entrepreneur Lee Rael is doing just that by having authentic conversations with talented creatives, innovative entrepreneurs and environmental pioneers. By unpacking their wisdom, insights and personal stories, Lee hopes to inspire and educate, a ...
 
Conversations with the best investors and business leaders in the world. We explore their ideas, methods, and stories to help you better invest your time and money. Hear stock market and boardroom insights you can't find anywhere else. If you're a professional investor, CEO, entrepreneur, or business strategist, this is for you. Explore all our episodes and learn more at https://www.joincolossus.com
 
Welcome to Deep Space Pride! Mike Thurlow and Johnson Lee are two self-professed gay geeks who love to obsess over Star Trek - join us as we talk about some of our favorite episodes, revel as yet another new series is announced, and ramble on about some off topic content. And maybe once in a while, we'll simply talk about living as two gay guys in New York City.
 
Creators in Vietnam is a show based in the rapidly modernizing city of Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Vietnam, Co-hosted by Tue Si Nguyen and Moni Le. Together, they have weekly intimate conversations with creative entrepreneurs on all topics of the human experience, such as fear, creativity, personal development, sexuality, relationships, health, mental wellness, spirituality, and so much more. Join us as we open up and vulnerably share our experiences in order to figure out this thing called l ...
 
Are you a cyber defender looking to keep up on the newest tools, technology, and security concepts? Then BLUEPRINT is the podcast for you! Tune in to hear the latest in cyber defense and security operations from blue team leaders and experts. With a focus on learning, BLUEPRINT includes interviews with today’s top security practitioners defending the world’s most respected brands, and in-depth explanations on the newest technologies, protocols, and defensive tools. BLUEPRINT, is a podcast ho ...
 
How does technology influence our lives, work and relationships? Join Cisco co-hosts Collette and Rosie as they embrace a balanced life in the tech world and interview inspiring guests. Disclaimer: We like things explained simple. We’ll take the tech acronyms out and put the fun in.
 
Sport Management Review Insights is your accompaniment to the academic journal, Sport Management Review. The podcast will delve into the journal’s published research by speaking to the researchers themselves. Each podcast is dedicated to a published research article from the journal, which you’ll also be able to read at the Sport Management Review website. If you love sport, you'll love Sport Management Review Insights! Thanks to the Sport Management Association of Australia and New Zealand ...
 
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Money & Me: Get anything you desire this year 5 Day Audio Program: https://www.soulrichwoman.com/money The podcast features business leaders, celebrities and inspirational figures with guests including Gary Vaynerchuk, Sheryl Sandberg, Elena Cardone, Mary Buffett, Neil Patel, Kim Kiyosaki, Pia Wurtzbac, Gerry Roberts, Grant Cardone, Denise Duffield Thomas, Sue B Zimmerman, Jay Abraham, Robert Kiyosaki, Anik Singal, Blair Singer, Nas Daily, Dame Wendy Tan, Jacy Wee, Freda Liu, Carrie Lee, Suc ...
 
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Kubernetes is an open-source platform for automating the deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. The company Komodor started as a Kubernetes diagnostics platform focusing on Kubernetes troubleshooting for the entire Kubernetes stack. More recently, Komodor is taking a step towards becoming a single-pane-of-glass to simpli…
 
My guest this week is Carl Kawaja. It’s the second time I’ve had Carl on the show and my first conversation with him is one I go back to often. Carl is a portfolio manager at Capital Group, where he’s quietly overseen a huge portfolio for decades. He is one of the top investors operating today as well as one of my favorite people. The investing wor…
 
How does the celebration for Punxsutawney Phil differ from the popular Bill Murray movie "Groundhog Day" and what are some of the gaffes that have happened there over the years? Meteorologist Joe Murgo has covered it in person for more than 20 years and shares his stories about the crowds and dignitaries, including a governor who nearly got his fin…
 
On our first episode of the year, we have a special guest - Davey Willett, the host of The Treksperts Quiz podcast. Mike and Johnson were contestants on a recently released episode, and decided to return the favor by having Davey as a guest on Deep Space Pride. In addition to spending some time getting to know another Star Trek fan who's a member o…
 
Outsourcing podcast Get the full show notes for this outsourcing podcast here: outsourceaccelerator.com/423 Taking a peek into the future of work Derek’s guest in this episode, Alan Hosking, has been tackling the future of work for more than 20 years now. And he takes everyone in an interesting conversation as to how the future of the workplace wou…
 
Episode 74: A recent column in the New York Times, in which a grandmother said she was losing sleep about her 9-year-old granddaughter walking home alone from school, caused quite an uproar on social media. Host Richard Kyte and Scott Rada discuss how parents often wrongly evaluate risk and how a Japanese TV show builds up confidence in youngsters.…
 
Permissions are Hard! And they are becoming harder as we move more into the Cloud-native ecosystem. If we go back in time to the point where it was just a single monolith that you were building on your own. You’ll probably have a framework to manage the permissions for you. But when you are working with distributed microservices, especially if you …
 
My guest this week is Daryl Morey, who is President of basketball operations for the Philadelphia 76ers. Daryl is a computer science graduate but has become one of the NBA’s most successful General Managers during his time with the Houston Rockets and the 76ers. Together with my friend and past guest of the show, Sam Hinkie, Daryl pioneered the ana…
 
Veteran meteorologist Don Paul of the Buffalo News joins our team to look back at the Blizzard of 2022 in the Buffalo area. Don and the team talk about how it compared to historical blizzards there, and why 47 fatalities occurred despite the accurate forecasts. About the Across the Sky podcast The weekly weather podcast is hosted on a rotation by t…
 
Lauren Gibbons of Bridge Michigan joins Cheyna Roth to unjumble a handful of news stories coming out of Lansing this week including the income tax law, the possibility of a recession, abortion laws, protection for election workers, and electric vehicles. MichMash is a production of WDET, Detroit's NPR Station. Support the show at WDET.ORG/give.…
 
Data catalogs are one way to address the tension between wanting to use all the data for business advantage and needing to govern all the data for compliance. Today, Zeashan Pappa, a Databricks Product Specialist for the Unity Catalog, joins us to discuss how catalogs can help companies capture the full value of their data. Zeashan Pappa is a techn…
 
(Warning: some of this discussion may be graphic for some listeners) Not many people would jump at the opportunity to start a business cleaning up crime scenes, helping hoarders, and dealing with other unforeseen issues. But, Michael Fulweber is one of the few who took the opportunity. We talk about how tough this business can be emotionally, but a…
 
Outsourcing podcast Get the full show notes for this outsourcing podcast here: outsourceaccelerator.com/422 Derek is interviewed by Jonathan Westover of Human Capital In this special episode, instead of Derek Gallimore doing the interview, it is the other way around. He comes in as a guest on Jonathan Westover’s Human Capital Innovations (HCI) Podc…
 
Episode 73: Hosts Richard Kyte and Scott Rada talk about the reactions from fans and the media after the on-field cardiac arrest of Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin. Links to stories discussed during the podcast: A life without risk isn't worth living, by Richard Kyte What makes Americans so crazy about football?, by Randall Balmer, Dartmouth Coll…
 
My guest today is Miles Grimshaw. Miles is in his early thirties and is a General Partner at Benchmark. His experience and success belie his age. He was an early investor in Segment, Benchling, and Airtable, all before they had 30 employees. I have learned a ton from Miles about software investing and that’s why I was excited to have him on the sho…
 
Webhooks are used in connecting two different online applications. Webhooks allow one program to send data to another as soon as a certain event takes place.And because they are event-driven, webhooks are ideal for things like real-time notifications and data updates. The company Hookdeck helps build webhook integrations at scale. In this episode, …
 
The Michigan Legislature started its new session on Wednesday with the Democratic majorities in charge. The Democrats introduced proposed plans involving tax cuts, civil rights expansion and the possible repeal of the state's 'right-to-work' law. Colin Jackson of the Michigan Public Radio Network details how those proposed plans were received as we…
 
2022 was among the 10 hottest years in the global record and each of the last eight years has been one of the eight warmest. This week's episode dives into the details. Nadya Vinogradova-Shiffer, an ocean physicist with NASA, talks about the warming climate’s impact on the oceans and what that means for people living both near and far away from the…
 
Twitter is a social media platform that does some incredibly complex stuff when it comes to distributed systems engineering to keep the website up and running. Twitter has open sourced a lot of projects for others to use. Twitter created a fork of Memcached called Twemcache and also a fork of Redis to handle the caching issues. In this episode we t…
 
Outsourcing podcast Get the full show notes for this outsourcing podcast here: outsourceaccelerator.com/421 Rocket Station Virtual Assistants Do they speak English? In this episode, Rocket Station Virtual Assistants’ chief growth officer candidly shares how this question pops up way too often every time he talks to companies that are curious about …
 
Episode 72: Richard Kyte and Scott Rada discuss a recent study by the IRS that finds 88 percent of Americans say it's not at all acceptable to cheat on their taxes, but yet only 44 percent think it is their personal responsibility to report anyone who refuses to pay what they owe. Links to stories discussed during the podcast: Don’t worry, the IRS …
 
Java is a write once run anywhere programming language. The way you do that is you use the javac compiler and compile the source files down to the class files. Those class files can run on any system in interpreted mode. But those class files that are run in interpreted mode, they are not machine code specific. To get that code to run fast you need…
 
 Although we like to think about ML workflows as straight-line narratives from experiment to training to production, and then finally monitoring; the reality for large companies is that all the steps are happening at one time in concert with other models, with shifting data, and, sometimes, misaligned key feature inputs. Moreover, regulated firms a…
 
My guest today is John Fiorentino. John is a product inventor and entrepreneur who, in the space of a few years, has bootstrapped four products; Gravity Blanket, Moon Pod, Moon Pals, and Birthdate Candles which have collectively sold hundreds of millions of dollars of revenue. Our conversation is quite different than normal. Alongside his successfu…
 
Our guest this week is Mike Augustyniak, Director of Meteorology for WCCO-TV, the CBS affiliate in the Twin Cities. He joins us to talk about the recent cold weather, what happens at the American Meteorological Society's annual weather conference (the largest in America), how technology is changing forecast communication and — most importantly — co…
 
In this episode of MichMash, we take a look at some of the environmental stories from 2022 that will flow into the new year, such as issues involving clean water, infrastructure and climate change. Bridge Michigan's environmental reporter Kelly House tells MichMash host Cheyna Roth how these stories will affect Michiganders in 2023.…
 
Mingsheng Hong, is CEO and co-founder (along with Zheng Shao) of Bluesky. He is a thought leader for machine learning and has built data infrastructure to support some of the world’s most challenging workloads. Most recently, Mingsheng was at Google, where he led teams to build storage and querying stacks that power Google’s $100 billion ads busine…
 
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