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Raphael Sirtoli is the co-founder of www.breaknutrition.com and hosts the Break Nutrition podcast to take a deep dive into the science behind nutrition and medical studies. He’s joined by recurring co-host Gabor Erdosi - the ‘adipocyte Jedi’ of the Lower Insulin Facebook group - to review papers exploring what causes diabetes, obesity and other metabolic disorders. Raphael also interviews a broad range of people, like researchers, engineers, doctors, nurses, philosophers and people with insp ...
 
Join the RELEVANT team every Tuesday and Friday, tackling the intersection of faith and culture like no one else — all with a hilarious twist! In addition to the week's news and randomness, Cameron Strang, Jesse Carey, Jamie Ivey, Derek Minor and Tyler Huckabee are joined by thought-provoking leaders, influencers, and artists you don't want to miss.
 
Weekly Dev Tips offers a variety of technical and career tips for software developers. Each tip is quick and to the point, describing a problem and one or more ways to solve that problem. I don't expect every tip to be useful to every developer, but I hope you'll find enough of them valuable to make listening worth your time. Hosted by experienced software architect, trainer, and entrepreneur Steve Smith, also known online as @ardalis. If you find these useful, you may also want to get a fre ...
 
SM DPR (Slammin’ Music Done Precisely Right!) Productions is a remixing team from New York City comprised of Steven McCants and Donald P. Rhodie remixing tracks since 2005. SM DPR Productions originally was an Audio/ Visual team remixing Audio/ Visual Effects in the Greater New York Area. With influences such as Victor Calderone, Hex Hector, David DePino, Larry Lavan, Frankie Knuckles, Maurice Joshua, Freemasons, Thunderpuss, DJ Relentless and countless others we (SM DPR Productions) heard o ...
 
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A new .NET Foundation board is elected - what does it mean for you? Carl and Richard talk to Layla Porter about her new role on the .NET Foundation board and the goals of the foundation to grow its membership, bring more open source projects into the fold, support the maintainers of those projects and to broaden the reach of .NET everywhere. Layla …
 
What does it take to get started with data science? Richard talks with Ayodele Odubela about her new book on learning data science. Ayodele talks about how often data science starts out just defining a good question to ask - and how that question evolves as you learn more. The example explored is getting new customers - which starts with understand…
 
Today we're joined by One Day's Wages founder and Bread for the World president Eugene Cho. It's a timely conversation about how Christians can stop being jerks when engaging politics and a lot more. The crew also talks about out-of-the-box 2020 Halloween ideas, and don't miss Slices, covering the gamut from scary movies, to firefighting robots, to…
 
Ever had a conversation take a twist you didn't expect? Richard talks to Lauren Malhoit about the state of networking during the pandemic. The conversation evolves into a broader view on IT in the pandemic, thinking longer term, and that the changes we're making today are not going to magically disappear with the virus. While it may not be the conv…
 
Wildlife Control Consultant, LLC Blog: https://wildlifecontrolconsultant.com/ Papers: https://kingsdivinity.academia.edu/StephenMVantassel Videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxP_IBhnqcgvX_aRM4f91nQ Podcasts: https://pestgeekpodcast.com/stephen-vantassel/ Phone: 406-272-5323 Mtn Time Helping people resolve conflicts with wildlife through teach…
 
The pandemic is sending a lot of work to the cloud - are you ready to move? Carl and Richard talk to Mike Richter about his work helping companies move .NET applications into the cloud. Mike starts out with the hard truth, that moving your virtual machines into the cloud can get expensive. Better to take advantage of the Azure platform, starting wi…
 
Windows can protect itself from exploits – but you need to turn it on! Richard talks to Chris Jackson about his recently published document about exploit protection. Chris talks about the long list of mitigation strategies that exist inside of Windows to stop arbitrary code (read: malware) from executing. Each strategy comes with the risk of breaki…
 
Today we’re joined by one of our favorite worship outfits, Housefires. We cover their new music of course, but also talk about what’s bringing them joy this season. The crew also covers the full gamut, somehow getting from Halloween costumes, to church holiday parties, commercials, improv films, CRISPR’s ethical implications, and neighbors coming t…
 
Today we're joined by pastor Rick Warren. We have a powerful conversation about navigating this challenging political season — you definitely don't want to miss it. Plus, the crew tackles a surprising new survey about waning Christian pro-life support, the unexpected new direction for the Lord of the Rings series, and the new satire Christian movie…
 
Enterprise Mobility is no longer optional! Richard talks to Richard Hicks about his work during the pandemic around remote connectivity. The early days of the pandemic were a scramble to get folks working from home, often needing to scale up VPN services. Now that a few months have gone by, other problems have appeared: Are the remote workstations …
 
Can a development environment be online? Carl and Richard talk to Anthony van der Hoorn about GitHub Codespaces - the consolidation of a number of online development solutions from Microsoft including Visual Studio Online. Anthony talks about unifying the online dev environment for Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code - recognizing that the two too…
 
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