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Software Engineering Radio is a podcast targeted at the professional software developer. The goal is to be a lasting educational resource, not a newscast. SE Radio covers all topics software engineering. Episodes are either tutorials on a specific topic, or an interview with a well-known character from the software engineering world. All SE Radio episodes are original content — we do not record conferences or talks given in other venues. Each episode comprises two speakers to ensure a lively ...
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If you’re a parent, teacher, or mentor of children in today’s world, you probably feel overwhelmed by the news. How do you help the kids and students in your lives engage with what’s going on in the world? How do you disciple them through the news with discernment instead of anxiety? I'm Kelsey Reed, News Coach for God’s WORLD News, seminary-trained educator, wife, mom of three, and most importantly, follower of Christ. I’m here to come alongside you as you have the important conversations o ...
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Professor Akhil Reed Amar, Sterling Professor of Law and Political Science at Yale University and one of the nation's leading authorities on the Constitution, offers weekly in-depth discussions on the most urgent and fascinating constitutional issues of our day. He is joined by co-host Andy Lipka and guests drawn from other top experts including Bob Woodward, Nina Totenberg, Neal Katyal, Lawrence Lessig, Michael Gerhardt, and many more.
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Inside Java

Chad Arimura, David Delabassee

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Inside Java is a podcast for Java Developers brought to you directly from the people that make Java at Oracle. We'll discuss the language, the JVM, OpenJDK, platform security, innovation projects like Loom and Panama, and everything in between.
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Lawyer on Air

Catherine O'Connell

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Lawyer on Air - where I pour you a glass of wine at my favorite virtual wine bar in Tokyo while you listen to inspirational inside stories from my guests, as we relax and talk about what it’s like in life, and in the law, for women lawyers in Japan.
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Ruby Rogues

Charles M Wood

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Our original panel podcast, Ruby Rogues is a weekly discussion around Ruby, Rails, software development, and the community around Ruby. Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/ruby-rogues--6102073/support.
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A podcast where we talk about real-world use of Serverless technologies from engineers who work with them day-to-day. We will discuss use cases, why they chose serverless and the pain points and challenges they face. If you want to know what it's REALLY like to work with serverless, this is the show for you.
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Elixir Wizards is an interview-style podcast for anyone interested in functional programming and the Elixir Programming Language. Hosted by SmartLogic engineers and Elixirists Owen Bickford, Dan Ivovich, and Sundi Myint, this show features in-depth discussions with some of the brightest minds in the industry, discussing training and documentation in Phoenix LiveView, the evolution of programming languages, Erlang VM, and more. In the current season, we're branching out from Elixir to compare ...
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Federal Workers Compensation Coffee Break Podcast is about all things related to Federal Workers Compensation, FECA, OWCP, DOL & Longshore claim filing as an injured federal worker. The podcast is an educational and informative training on how to navigate the OWCP claims filing process for all types of injured US government and federal workers. The podcaster has 26 years in assisting with federal workers compensation as a consultant and trainer. The podcast is free and is educational. If you ...
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Jessica DeNardo and Jeff Rivera discuss the pinball hobby and industry. We'll cover news, new games, old games, and anything going on in the world of pinball. Dating back to 2011, The Pinball Podcast is the longest-running pinball show.
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Welcome to Teacher Tech Talk, where (oddly enough) teachers talk about technology. Your host is Tom Varnum, Digital Learning Specialist for the Tyngsborough (MA) Public Schools. Find show notes on my blog: http://pages.tyngsboroughps.org/varnum/
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Code Podcast

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Code Podcast is about ideas that shape the way we build software. It's like Planet Money for developers. Each episode we interview people with different views on a single topic. We break down complex ideas to present why and how they are used to build modern software.
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Welcome to The Yay Show! The Yay Show is a live culture effervescent ever-present you decide if it’s evanescent experiment. A podcast. A spoken word walking talking place and way for you and the poet (that's me) to #FeelYourYay #BringYourYay into the world with voice and choice. All that poetry and talking out loud comes from hours upon hours upon ours of conversation and connection, listening and intersection. Taking it in. Letting it out. Questioning the questions. Please join me. Welcome ...
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Is there any part of the business world that moves faster than mergers and acquisitions (M&A)? It’s hard to imagine—and that’s what makes it so exciting. The M&A Views podcast series is a chance to hear Deloitte’s experienced M&A leaders answer questions on the latest M&A trends, from culture to technology and beyond. Listen in on conversations about topics likely to directly impact your work today.
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This podcast is a collaborative project between the IWK Health Centre in Halifax and Capitalize for Kids to improve health outcomes for children and families across Canada. Each month, we host a webinar featuring a high priority topic in child and adolescent mental health and addictions. Experts will share best practices and answer questions from clinicians across Nova Scotia. It’s important to note that the practices discussed in this podcast are sensitive and only intended for qualified an ...
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There's a lot of bullshit out there, this show is here to help you cut through the noise, dogma and pseudoscience. But not in a boring, freshman science class kind of way. We want to show you that taking your health and fitness seriously can be fun too. There's no universal path the wellness. On this show we'll share what the research shows on key exercise and nutrition topics, lay out the pros and cons, and help you figure out what's best for you - perfect little snowflake that you are. So, ...
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Weekly podcast discussing the latest updates, tools and events relevant to iOS app developers. I will also have a couple of reoccurring show sections to spread the word on fellow iOS developers doing fun and interesting things. On top of that I am working hard to do interviews with people relevant to iOS app developers. Think peers, teachers, bloggers who will have an open discussion with me so you can see what passion, hard work and a great community can do for your personal work and success.
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What is materialism? How can we offer our kids and teens a better alternative? We’re joined by WORLD’s Max Belz and Amy Auten on today’s episode. Check out The Concurrently Companion for this week’s downloadable episode guide including discussion questions and scripture for further study. Sign up for the News Coach Newsletter at gwnews.com/newslett…
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In this episode, I talk with Joannis Orlandos about Serverside Swift, Structured Concurrency, maintaining good, clean code, Swift Server Workgroup and meetup, and more. I recommend checking out the links below. (00:00) - Introduction (00:22) - Joannis Orlandos (00:51) - Swift Server Workgroup (04:56) - Hummingbird (20:53) - SetApp (22:07) - Structu…
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I sit on the Investment Committee of the AIM-listed Onward Opportunities investment fund. Last year, the fund manager, Laurence Hulse, proposed an investment in Transense Technologies. My initial reaction could best be described as a Victor Meldrew moment. Those with stock market memories may recall that Transense has a history of failing to meet i…
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As we close in on oral argument in the Trump v. United States case wherein Trump asserts some sort of permanent presidential immunity, we close out our preparatory analysis. Impeachment’s relationship to criminal prosecution is explored. Some founding-era conversations involving, for example, John Adams, inform our discussion. Does the concept of d…
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Shachar Binyamin, CEO and co-founder of Inigo, joins host Priyanka Raghavan to discuss GraphQL security. They begin with a look at the state of adoption of GraphQL and why it's so popular. From there, they consider why GraphQL security is important as they take a deep dive into a range of known security issues that have been exploited in GraphQL, i…
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In this episode, I spoke with Brian LeRoux, co-founder of begin.com and creator of the Architect framework. Brian is also an AWS Serverless Hero and is currently working on enhance.dev, an HTML-first full-stack web framework. In a wide-ranging conversation, we discussed: the Architect framework Lambdalith vs. Single-purpose functions Building a fas…
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Please subscribe to the Weekly Market Call on your normal podcast app. For this week's Market Call Gareth and Jeremy are joined again by Scott Evans of the London Business School and the Deutsche Numis Equity Indices. Scott talks about market performance in Q1 2024. Where have markets come from, how have they performed in Q1, and where are they goi…
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Fun with physics, inclusive classrooms, and homework no more. Read along online. Welcome to the Play-by-Play. Every other week, we’re taking three recent stories from our God’s WORLD News publications and breaking them down to help you spark conversation in the home or the classroom. Today's stories: Discover: Learn while you play. Read it at God’s…
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In today's episode, Elixir Wizards Owen and Dan delve into the complexities of building advanced reporting features within software applications. They share personal insights and challenges encountered while developing reporting solutions for user-generated data, leveraging both Elixir/Phoenix and Ruby on Rails. The discussion zeroes in on crucial …
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Today’s guest Kir Shatrov is a production engineer on Shopify based in London, UK. Today, he and the panel are discussing capacity planning. Kir believes that capacity planning becomes a priority when your company starts losing money and your customers are suffering. When someone does get to the point of scaling their app, it’s important to look at…
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In light of Jonathan Haidt’s The Anxious Generation, we’re re-releasing our episode on social media. “YouTube/Social Media Influencer” has recently charted as the top vocational aspiration for teens and pre-teens in the U.S. and UK. Join Kelsey and Jonathan as they discuss this cultural phenomenon and what it means for discipleship. Check out The C…
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As oral argument in the Trump immunity case draws closer, we continue our discussion of presidential immunity from criminal prosecution. Do so-called “official acts” during a president’s tenure in office raise special considerations? Constitutional text seems to offer an easy way out of the case - but does it, really - and historical precedents ent…
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Eyal Solomon, CEO and co-founder of Lunar.dev, joins SE Radio’s Kanchan Shringi for a discussion on tooling for API consumption management. The episode starts by examining why API consumption management is an increasingly important topic, and how existing tooling on the provider side can be inadequate for client-side issues. Eyal talks in detail ab…
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Saki Nakahara joins us to share her story of finding her way to starting her own practice in the perfect area for her. We hear about how she spent a lot of time on the qualification she thought she should achieve because it was more difficult. However that experience then went on to become part of a strong foundation for her true calling. If you ar…
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In Elixir Wizards Office Hours Episode 4, SmartLogic Product Designer Ava Slivkoff joins hosts Sundi Myint and Owen Bickford to discuss the product designer's role in software development. Ava shares her experience navigating client expectations, software design principles, and technical constraints. They explore the integration of design and devel…
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Ayush Newatia is a Freelance Web Developer. They delve into the world of modern app development, Chuck and Ayush take us on a journey through the intricacies of utilizing Turbo Native and Hotwire in Rails applications. They share their insights on using native elements as the backbone of apps while incorporating web content, simplifying app develop…
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What’s the difference between a device and a tool? How can families steward the power of technology for good? We’re joined by Andy Crouch to talk about technology, culture making, family, and more. Check out The Concurrently Companion for this week’s downloadable episode guide including discussion questions and scripture for further study. Sign up …
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Former President Trump is making an extraordinary claim to the Supreme Court: that he is immune from criminal prosecution for crimes he may have committed while president. The Court has agreed to hear arguments on this proposition on April 25. We begin the preparation by posing the questions and taking them on. Professor Amar is an expert on Presid…
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Ines Montani, co-founder and CEO of Explosion, speaks with host Jeremy Jung about solving problems using natural language processing (NLP). They cover generative vs predictive tasks, creating a pipeline and breaking down problems, labeling examples for training, fine-tuning models, using LLMs to label data and build prototypes, and the spaCy NLP li…
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Federal Workers Compensation Coffee Break Podcast is about all things related to Federal Workers Compensation, FECA, OWCP, DOL & Longshore claim filing as an injured federal worker. The podcast is an educational and informative training on how to navigate the OWCP claims filing process for all types of injured US government and federal workers. The…
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Episode 1 is an introduction to Dr. Taylor and his history as an OWCP - DOL ( Department of Labor) provider and his years of consulting and teaching all things federal workers compensation related. This is an educational short form format for learning how to successfully file federal workers compensation claims. So grab a cup of coffee and lets beg…
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In today’s episode, private investor Mark Atkinson and host of The Desert Island Investor rejoins me for a conversation with MPAC CEO Adam Holland. Mark’s professional background was in the paper and packaging industry. He has been a shareholder in MPAC since 2013 when it was known as Molins. Adam has enjoyed a varied engineering career, initially …
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I talked with Matt Van Itallie, founder and CEO of Sema, a software company specializing in helping non-technical executives understand software development. We discussed generative AI, developer retention, intellectual property protection, and more. I bet you never considered using AI to help you, your team, and your company better understand your…
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Helping toddlers, hearing the eclipse, and getting arrested LEGO style. Read along online. Welcome to the Play-by-Play. Every other week, we’re taking three recent stories from our God’s WORLD News publications and breaking them down to help you spark conversation in the home or the classroom. Today's stories: Discover: Toddlers are on the move. Re…
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Today on Elixir Wizards Office Hours, SmartLogic Engineer Joel Meador joins Dan Ivovich to discuss all things background jobs. The behind-the-scenes heroes of app performance and scalability, background jobs take center stage as we dissect their role in optimizing user experience and managing heavy-lifting tasks away from the main application flow.…
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Phillip Carter, Principal Product Manager at Honeycomb and open source software developer, talks with host Giovanni Asproni about observability for large language models (LLMs). The episode explores similarities and differences for observability with LLMs versus more conventional systems. Key topics include: how observability helps in testing parts…
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Dive into an insightful conversation with Fabio Akita, a prominent figure in the tech industry with a successful YouTube channel dedicated to programming techniques and a thriving software development company in Brazil. Join us as we explore Fabio's journey in content creation, his experiences in the tech industry, and his valuable insights on navi…
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How does America’s housing crisis affect our discipleship process with kids and teens? What does it mean to defend family, fight despair, and pursue contentment? We’re SOARing the State of the Nation’s Housing report on today’s episode. Check out The Concurrently Companion for this week’s downloadable episode guide including discussion questions an…
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The Supreme Court heard the case on the legality of FDA regulation of Mifepristone. Issues of standing seemed to dominate, so Professor Amar treats us to a master class on standing - in this case, and its recent evolution. He also suggests that at least one Justice might benefit by attending. In a wide-ranging episode, we also share excitement and …
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In this episode, I spoke with Waldemar Hummer, founder and CTO of LocalStack. We discussed what's new in the latest version of LocalStack and highlighted some of the most interesting additions. One particular highlight for me is the ability to identify IAM permission errors between direct service integrations. For example, when an EventBridge pipe …
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Rishi Singh, founder and CEO at Sapient.ai, speaks with SE radio’s Kanchan Shringi about using generative AI to help developers automate test code generation. They start by identifying key problems that developers are looking for in an automated test-generation solution. The discussion explores the capabilities and limitations of today’s large lang…
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I am thrilled to welcome Olga V. Mack, a renowned contributor to thought leadership on law and tech to the Lawyer on Air podcast. Olga takes us on a captivating journey, sharing her experiences from integrating art, science, and law to her impactful presence on LinkedIn and the evolution of her own podcast, "Notes to My Legal Self." Join us as we d…
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In this episode of the Compile Swift podcast, I dive into the latest news and updates from Apple Dev World. From discussing the upcoming WWDC event to the challenges developers face in the EU. Additionally, I touch on the issues with the latest Xcode version and express my hopes for a more stable release in the future. Stay tuned for upcoming inter…
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Hyrum Wright, Senior Staff Engineer at Google, discusses the book he co-edited, “Software Engineering at Google,” with host Gregory M. Kapfhammer. Wright describes the professional and technical best practices adopted by the software engineers at Google. The wide-ranging conversation investigates an array of topics, including measuring engineering …
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In Elixir Wizards Office Hours Episode 2, "Discovery Discoveries," SmartLogic's Project Manager Alicia Brindisi and VP of Delivery Bri LaVorgna join Elixir Wizards Sundi Myint and Owen Bickford on an exploratory journey through the discovery phase of the software development lifecycle. This episode highlights how collaboration and communication tra…
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Stephen Margheim is the Head of Engineering at Test IO. They explore the world of web development with a focus on the use of SQLite, a powerful and often underestimated database tool. They dive deep into the capabilities and potential of SQLite for web applications. The episode covers a range of topics, from the evolving feasibility and challenges …
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How should parents and teachers understand the concept of trauma? What do we make of terms like “ghosting” and “gaslighting?” Pastor and licensed counselor Michael Coggin joins the podcast to walk us through these difficult ideas. Check out The Concurrently Companion for this week’s downloadable episode guide including discussion questions and scri…
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We round up our analysis of the opinion in Trump v. Anderson with Justice Barrett’s concurrence. All of this has raised many questions, particularly in light of the Court’s errant reasoning and other shenanigans. And it turns out that many of the best questions come from you, our audience! So we turn to those as well, both about Section 3, and othe…
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In this episode, I spoke with Ian Griffiths, a Technical Fellow at Endjin, a Microsoft MVP, and the author of O'Reilly's Programming C# 10.0. In this episode, we took a deep dive into Azure Functions, how it works and how it differs (significantly) from AWS Lambda. Links from the episode: Bye bye Azure Functions, hello Azure Container Apps WASI (We…
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