Podcast by Moesif API Observability
A no-nonsense podcast about API design & development, new features in the world of HTTP, service-orientated architecture, microservices, and probably bikes.
Assorted stories from NPR
Digital Insurance Innovator is a Human API podcast that celebrates business leaders who are building the future of insurance.
Our guests talk about their insights and experience as documentarians. We bring advice from behind open and closed developer portals, ideas on what new learnings you can aim for, and recent experiments from the field of API documentation.
Arts, Medicine, and Literature conversations from Public Radio Tulsa
Original stories from Reno Public Radio
House of Apis is a space for women and girls to come together for self-development, support, and solidarity. Join founders Kattie Capozza and Mila Aleman, two generation X'rs that have a lot on their mind and want to inspire a world where women and girls are unapologetically their authentic selves; a world where they can feel supported and realize their superpowers for greatness in their own unique ways. Our podcast is meant to be a conversation among friends. Topics will vary from discussin ...
FinTech in Focus explores B2B payments and AP praxis in the age of automation. We discuss the issues facing CFOs, controllers, treasurers, and on-the-ground AP teams, and celebrate the talent and ideas that contribute to the global fintech industry.
Hosted by Jason McLure, Global Journalist features journalists discussing under-covered international news and human rights issues.
Full episodes of WGLT's newsmagazine covering central Illinois. Sound Ideas airs weekdays at 5 p.m.
Hear celebrated and up-and-coming authors read excerpts from new books and discuss their work with former Times-Picayune book editor Susan Larson.
Atomic Zero is a SF Bay-Area political news, culture and opinion show. Featuring relevant and irrelevant materials for laughter and entertainment. Working with different Pan-Asian American Cultural groups, local Artists, Community Advocates, and Innovators.
That's What They Say is a weekly segment on Michigan Radio that explores our changing language. Each week University of Michigan English Professor Anne Curzan will discuss why we say what we say with Michigan Radio Weekend Edition host Rebecca Kruth.
Podcast by Capacity Building Team at API Wellness
Each weekday naturalist Rudy Mancke, host of SCETV's NatureScene, shares his knowledge of plants and wildlife. Produced by South Carolina Public Radio.Click here to contact Rudy Mancke by email.
From Valley Public Radio
New Orleans writer Ian McNulty hosts Where Y'Eat, a weekly exploration and celebration of food culture in the Crescent City and south Louisiana.
WAMC's The Roundtable is an award-winning, nationally recognized eclectic talk program. The show airs from 9am to noon each weekday and features news, interviews, in-depth discussion, listener call-ins, music, and much (much) more!
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News from WUWM
Readings, debates, lectures from around Seattle, and so much more. Hear fascinating talks by authors, intellectuals, officials and regular folks with important stories recorded live.
JPR's live interactive program devoted to current events and newsmakers from around the region and beyond.
Welcome to Reader's Corner, a weekly radio show hosted by Boise State University president emeritus Bob Kustra that features lively conversations with some of the nation's leading authors about issues and ideas that matter today.
Join us each month as we engage in philosophical discussions about the most common-place topics with host Jack Russell Weinstein, professor in the Department of Philosophy and Religion at the University of North Dakota. He is the director of The Institute for Philosophy in Public Life.
Lake Effect is WUWM’s local show about what matters most now to people in Milwaukee and southeast Wisconsin. It goes beyond the headlines and connects listeners to the community.
Every week NPR contributor (and former San Franciscian) Sandip Roy brings you a little taste of the 'new India' – a letter home from his other home.
Coding Over Cocktails is created by TORO Cloud, a company that offers a low-code, API centric platform for application development & integration. This podcast series will tackle issues faced by enterprises as they manage the process of digital transformation, application integration, low-code application development, data management, and business process automation. Watch out for exciting and engaging content from guests who will touch on topics such as APIs as the center and foundation of a ...
We believe that digital transformation efforts make companies and communities more resilient. In the API Resilience podcast you'll listen to guests from industry leading API teams sharing their views about the current trends of the API economy. We also bring you insights that your API team will be able to use, and even explain to your management on how APIs can help your company cope, resurge, and thrive during and after this pandemic.
Hosted by a Canadian-born Asian with ADHD | Sharing perspectives & experiences of having ADHD through storytelling, keeping it fun and light with a bit of humor | Bringing awareness & advocating for ADHD brains from ALL backgrounds and communities, because we know ADHD is not defined by skin color, ethnic background, or where we are on the globe. [ADHD Diversified is part of the ADHD reWired Podcast Network.]
Launched in April 1998, Charlotte Talks with Mike Collins has become the region's exclusive forum for the discussion of politics, arts, culture, social issues, literature, human interest, the environment and more.
WXXI's Evan Dawson talks about what matters to Rochester and the Finger Lakes on Connections, Every weekday from Noon-2 p.m. on WXXI-AM 1370, WRUR FM 88.5, and online at WXXINews.org.
Almost Yesterday is a glimpse into the rich history southeast Missouri. Dr. Frank Nickell takes listeners on a journey to specific moments in time. A gifted storyteller and local historian, Dr. Nickell’s wit and love for the past are combined with sounds and music that augment his narrative.
Queer histories, herstories, personalities and issues are explored with humor, insight, and sensitivity each week on Out in the Bay, which resumed production in 2020 after a 4-year pause. Find dozens of past shows on its website, OutintheBay.org
From Valley Public Radio
Building a successful API requires more than just coding. It starts with collaborative design, focuses on creating a great developer experience, and ends with getting your company on board, maintaining consistency, and maximizing your API’s profitability. In the API Intersection, you’ll learn from experienced API practitioners who transformed their organizations, and get tangible advice to build quality APIs with collaborative API-first design. Jason Harmon and Adam Duvander bring over a dec ...
Energy. It fuels our daily lives and our economy. And it's one of the most important issues being debated today. Here on EnergyTomorrow Radio, we examine complex issues about our energy future and answer your questions. In doing so, we hope to advance the conversation about this important topic. Hosted by Jane Van Ryan of API.
Hosted by Melissa Ross, First Coast Connect is an hour-long call-in program that features local newsmakers, civic and community leaders, arts, activities across Jacksonville and Northeast Florida, along with spot news features and a weekly roundtable of local journalists.
Gardening and horticulture news and tips, as well as agricultural information from Amanda McNulty, the host of SCETV's "Making It Grow" and Clemson University Extension Agent. Produced by South Carolina Public Radio.Making It Grow Minutes are produced by South Carolina Public Radio, in partnership with Clemson University's Extension Service.
The official home of the APIs Uncensored podcast, a monthly series where Ole Lensmar and Lorinda Brandon blather about all things APIs with experts in the industry.
The Cloudcast is the industry's leading, independent Cloud Computing podcast. Since 2011, co-hosts Aaron Delp & Brian Gracely have interviewed technology and business leaders that are shaping the future of computing. Topics will include Cloud Computing | Open Source | AWS | Azure | GCP | Serverless | DevOps | Big Data | ML | AI | Security | Kubernetes | AppDev | SaaS | PaaS | CaaS | IoT. Also available, the "Cloudcast Basics" podcast (@cloudcastbasics), for anyone new to Cloud Computing.
Talk of Iowa is the place for Iowans to interact with and learn from each other. Together we delve into culture, history, art, and literature. We want you to come away connected to our culture and what it means to live in Iowa.
Something Wild has been exploring the wonder of the landscape that surrounds us in New Hampshire for over 20 years! From the many birds that call our state home to the trees around New Hampshire that have been granted "Big Trees" status to stone walls that perforate the state, we explain the behavior and science behind what we see and hear and might take for granted in our backyards.Something Wild is produced by Emily Quirk.Click here to get our podcast on iTunes.IN PARTNERSHIP WITH:Society ...
Python Bytes is a weekly podcast hosted by Michael Kennedy and Brian Okken. The show is a short discussion on the headlines and noteworthy news in the Python, developer, and data science space.
Discover with us how to lead QA teams and do web and software QA better. We’re a QA community exploring the latest and best quality assurance approaches to help you with DevOps, Agile, Automation, Performance, API, Mobile, Analytics, RPA, AIOps, Shift-Left and right. Find the tips, tricks, how-to guides, and tools you need to build your QA team, and banish the bugs! Hosted by CTO of Digital Assured, President of Vivit-Worldwide, and Tedx Speaker Jonathon Wright.
Hanselminutes is Fresh Air for Developers. A weekly commute-time podcast that promotes fresh technology and fresh voices. Talk and Tech for Developers, Life-long Learners, and Technologists.
Alissa Knight, partner at Knight Inc Media, shares her insights into how to protect your APIs and what's in store with the latest version of FHIR.Specifically, we cover:•By Moesif API Observability
Matt, Mike and Phil get back together after a wild summer vacay of drinks, sand, trees and getting hit by a car while out on a bike. We catch up with Phil and Stoplights efforts to reshape API Documentation as well as responsible OSS Community Involvement. Notes: Matt's photography site Stoplight Elements Stoplight Discord APIs You Won't Hate Commu…
Listen in on a discussion exploring how we, as a society, are emerging from COVID lockdowns and how this is impacting our mental and physical wellbeing. Kattie and Mila will share their personal stories with navigating stress and experiencing what is called "languishing" and provide a few no cost / low cost ideas on how to invest in a little self c…
In this episode, API Handyman Arnaud Lauret joins us and discusses the design of web APIs - from making them consistent and discoverable, to the roles that the API gateway plays. He also chimes in on whether adopting new technologies and trends in API architecture would be the best approach to design your APIs.…
Arnaud Lauret (the API Handyman), was featured on to API Intersection to discuss style guide best practices. As the author of the API Stylebook and the novel "Design of Web APIs," this Natixis Senior API Architect was the perfect guest for this topic. In our recent podcast episode, we covered the six major style guide tips that will improve your de…
In "Decolonizing Wealth," Edgar Villanueva looks past philanthropy's glamorous, altruistic façade and into its shadows: white supremacy, savior complexes, and internalized oppression. Across history and to the present day, the accumulation of wealth is steeped in trauma. How can we shift philanthropy toward social reconciliation and healing if the …
In his new book, World Without Mind, Franklin Foer argues that today’s monopolists are seeking access to every facet of our identities, and influence over every corner of our decision-making.By Bob Kustra
At the heart of Esperanza Spalding's new album is the question "What do you need a song for?" NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with the Grammy-winning musician about her album, Songwrights Apothecary Lab.By NPR
President Biden hosted the first face to face summit with leaders of Japan, Australia and India. The four countries are known as the Quad and see themselves as a democratic bulwark against China.By NPR
U.S. officials continue to reduce the number of Haitian migrants at the border. Authorities hope to reopen the border to Mexico that has been shuttered since the increase in migrants to the region.By NPR
A dazzle of zebras — that's what you call a group of them by the way — escaped from a legally-run farm in the D.C. area 25 days ago. Since then, they've been popping up in the suburbs.By NPR
Colorado counties with high vaccination rates have much lower infection rates among children than those with low rates. Infection rates in schools which require masks are lower than ones that don't.By NPR
Thousands of veterans discharged from the military under "don't ask, don't tell" have new access to VA benefits. Three LGBTQ veterans discuss their experience and the lingering effects of the policy.By NPR
President Biden's legislative agenda hangs in the balance, in large part due to disagreements among Congress members within his own party. Democratic leaders are trying to chart a path forward.By NPR
Chinese tech executive Meng Wanzhou, held in Canada since Dec. 2018 on U.S. extradition charges, was freed Friday.By NPR
On this week’s Valley Edition: H ow COVID-19 outbreaks in rural schools affect the surrounding communities. Plus, why dozens of Cal Fire firefighters have suffered from heat illness while training. And the rich history of drag performance and LGBTQ activism in the Central Valley. Listen to these stories and more in the podcast above.…
Savage has a new book celebrating 30 years writing his sex advice column "Savage Love." He talked with NPR about where he's been wrong, what's changed, and why gay people know more about sex.By NPR
The election in Germany will make the end of an era — after 16 years as chancellor, Angela Merkel plans to step aside. The vote could also see her party out of power.By NPR
Sean Fletcher, a retired German and history teacher who loved sharing his passions with those around him, died of COVID-19 in December 2020. His brother remembers him for his knowledge and curiosity.By NPR
Italy is imposing one of the most strict COVID vaccine mandates in the world starting next month by requiring workers in public or private jobs to show proof of vaccination or lose pay.By NPR
If the latest projections about the delta surge are correct, life may finally start returning to normal again in coming months.By NPR
NPR's Leila Fadel speaks with award winning Haitian-American novelist Edwidge Danticat about the challenges in Haiti.By NPR
A widely discredited Republican-led review of the 2020 election in Arizona's biggest county has determined that Joe Biden indeed got more votes there than Donald Trump.By Ben Giles