Best Cpp podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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cpp.chat
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Each week, or thereabouts, we chat with guests from the C++ community about what they're doing, what interests them, and what's going on in the world of C++.
 
A weekly podcast discussing the Myths, Truths, and Guiding Principles of Nightclub Security
 
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Campbell's Comment
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Market insights and editorial comment from Michael Campbell. Listen Live on Vancouver's CKNW AM980, Monday - Friday at 8:17am.
 
Canadian Patriot Podcast bringing together Canadians to discuss firearms, self reliance, and liberty
 
Your pop culture concierge brought to you every week from two best neighbors from Brooklyn.
 
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Inside Energy
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Inside Energy was a public media collaboration, funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, that produced from 2014-2017. Our audio stories will help inform you of the tensions and tradeoffs in American energy issues. Don’t miss our podcast: http://insideenergy.org/podcast
 
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This week Marty, Tim and Ian talk about Gerald Butts dumping Justin Trudeau, Why it’s okay to trust in Trost, Hydro Ones CEO’s sizable salary. To round out the evening we have a chair throwing bitch from Toronto and the chaos that attempted to occur during the snow removal in Ottawa last week. Intro Hello to all you patriots out there in podcas ...…
 
This week we talk to Adi Shavit and Michael Gopshtein about their new conference in Tel Aviv - Core C++. We also get thoroughly distracted by talking about modules - and whether there is a major toolability issue with them, as currently proposed. Special Guests: Adi Shavit and Michael Gopshtein. Links: Core C++ Core C++ - Eurovision Ticket Raff ...…
 
This week Ian, Marty, Gaivn, and Andrew talk about getting SWATted by bureaucrat gang. In the news we have gun seizures, $30 million in spending to promote LGBTQ2 lifestyles, the UN regulating the internet, veteran welfare check conducted by SWAT, tactical paramedics, Low income families don't pay taxes, and whacking Ontario's Premier. In a sur ...…
 
Welcome, Neighbors! We've got lots to talk about this week. RHONJ is giving us life, especially Jennifer's tequila-fueled antics & we're here for it all! We also talk Below Deck reunion, Love After Lock-up; Russian Doll on Netflix; Erin finally saw ABDUCTED IN PLAIN SIGHT and agrees with Margo, BONKERS! Lots of fun social media & podcast recs f ...…
 
This week we have a giant panel.Tim, Richard, and Tyler attended the Durham Ontario firearms consultations in person. Marty, Gavin, Ian, and Andrew, round out the panel. The topic of the day is firearms, naturally. The panel discusses the consultation, and we cover a bunch of gun news including the Quebec registry, and the lugenpresse taking do ...…
 
Hey there, Neighbors! Hope you're keeping warm this week. We've got a butt-ton of great material to keep ya busy, never fear! We talk about our usual suspects, Below Deck, RHONJ, and Love After Lockup, as well as the new true-crime limited series, I AM THE NIGHT; we also break down the twitter battle between Julie Klausner & John Kaisich, and o ...…
 
This week Gavin returns from SHOT SHOW to join Ian, Marty, and Andrew. The panel covers bribing MPs, US NGO funding targeted against the Alberta oil sands, the Liberal plan to gerrymander the rural vote, Canadaman hatchet attack, Ontario Chief Firearms Office changing the inspection program for gun stores, and the Danforth shooter is back in th ...…
 
Come in from the cold, Neighbors, get cozy & listen to us break down a culture-filled week. Our queues runneth over! We check in w/ our usual suspects, RHONJ, Love After Lockup, Below Deck, as well as talking Andy Cohen's baby shower (Where was LVP?) Erin saw the Cher Show and Bitch Sesh Live;Margo talks the new Michael Jackson doc, sprinkled w ...…
 
This week we welcome back Kevlin Henney and talk to him about Deliberate Practice: what it is, how to relates to C++ programmers, and the workshop on it he's running with Jon Jagger at C++ on Sea. Along the way we also get into gaming the documentation writing system, the PDSA cycle and Boyd OODA loop, Mind Mapping and TDD. All in the pursuit o ...…
 
This week Gavin, Angela, and David call in from SHOT show. Andrew, Marty, and Ian cover the current events in Canada. Ontario rolls back OSAP grants, Ontario teachers accused of violating provincial election rules. A Toronto cop is punished for leaving his pistol at a bar, while Kitchener police investigate loud noises. The Canadian military in ...…
 
This week we chat with Frances Buontempo and Andy Balaam about Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence and Genetic Algorithms. We learn how ML is mostly just "multiplying and adding up" with a bit of "randomly trying stuff out" but that you might need a kill switch - except when you don't. We also revive the "C++ Lamentations" debate and try ...…
 
Hi ya, Neighbors, let's get right to it. This week, we discuss our usual trash fires, Real Housewives, 90 Day, Love After Lockup, as well as the dueling Fyre Festival docs (on Netflix & Hulu) & we don't hold back. We also touch on the Lifetime Nellie Bly movie (& the wonderful cheese-fest they have upcoming!) and give the smack-down to a few ar ...…
 
This week we’re joined, once again (yet for the first time) by Nicolai Josuttis, and we talk about how much of a C++ expert you need to be to write “Hello, World” and initialize objects. We also discover how strongly Jon feels about initializer_list constructor syntax - and what Nico thinks about it. Special Guest: Nicolai Josuttis. Links: C++1 ...…
 
This week Ian, Marty, Gavin, and Andrew have a huge variety show. Some people might call it very very big. The panel covers free speech on Ontario Campuses, free opioids for Vancouver addicts, Mincome, taxes on the middle class, the purchase of Aussie F-18s, the slow death of Canada's military, a 1.8B decrease to veteran pensions, and an Americ ...…
 
Canadian ex-pats who don't pay taxes in this country are still allowed to vote, should they get to influence government policy if they don't live here?
 
Hey there, Neighbors! We've put our eyes and ears on lots of interesting things that we want to share with you guys. We have our usual dose of 90 Day Fiancee, RHONJ, and Love After Lockup, but Margo recs a couple of new shows (Instant Hotel) on Netflix & WE TV; and both neighbors talk MTV's Lindsay Lohan's Beach House; & Janeanne Garafolo on th ...…
 
Recorded December 14th 2018 This week we welcome Hana Dusíková to the show and we chat about her compiler time regular expressions library, Protocol Buffers, std::embed and getting good compile and runtime performance when doing metaprogramming. Unfortunately, due to an extended edit time, the volunteer and diversity ticket programmes for C++ o ...…
 
One of the foundations of bad policy and massive waste is the refusal to do cost-benefit analysis. When it comes to climate change, an enormous amount of money is wasted. PLEASE NOTE: You can now get "Campbell's Comment" though the "Money Talks with Michael Campbell" Podcast feed. Ensure you subscribe for free there for free with your favourite ...…
 
This week Ian, Marty, Gavin, and Andrew talk about an up and coming political party in Ontario. The Islamic Party of Ontario, while not yet a party, plans to implement a new never before tried economic system that abolishes capitalism, reduces the size of government, and dictates every other aspect of how to live in Ontario, but they do want 10 ...…
 
One of the most frequent questions asked is whether or not Canada can compete with the US as Canada has lower productivity, less competetive taxes and our regulations cost more.
 
Students are returning to class, and with the escalating carbon tax, designed to tackle emissions that we all created, students will be the ones paying the biggest price.
 
Happy New Years, Neighbors! Here's hoping 2019 brings us more fabulous garbage fires to discuss. So let's get to it--we talk the #90DayFiancee Finale; #LoveAfterLockup; #Netflix's latest gem, Tidying Up #MarieKondo; #BirdBox; revisiting #TheSopranos; JFK Jr; the R. Kelly doc, and some great podcast recs. (Hello @trashydivorces) Are you ready fo ...…
 
Mandatory Canada Pension Plan contributions are going up this year, and each subsequent year for the next 4 years. The government declares that we need the expanded pension because Canadians aren't saving enough for retirement.
 
There is a lot of confusion about who is going to be paying the MSP in 2019. Is it the employer or the employee? Well, It's both!
 
When it comes to financial security, you're on your own. Governments will surely be raising taxes, so what are we going to do to improve our finances this year?
 
Happy New Year, Neighbors! One year ending and a new one about to begin. What have we loved the most? We break down our faves from 2018 in movies/TV/podcasts, etc. Never fear, we still have 90 Day talk; recent binge-worthy shows like Bodyguard & Marcella, and lots, lots more. Merry New Year!
 
What are the biggest challenges coming into the New Year? Doubtful when you make your list 'lack of Inegrity' will be on it.
 
There are a lot of ads floating around reminding people to be responsible and not drive under the influence of alcohol or drugs. With these ads burning holes in our ears, why isn't the government pushing faster for ride share in BC?
 
As we get closer to the end of the year, an important question we need to ask ourselves is "Why is the government so slow to change?". Whether it's technology, a change in demographics, or politics in general, the status quo seems to be the government go to.
 
Sleigh bells ring, are ya listenin' Neighbors? It's that festive time of year & ya know what that means? Tons of binge-watching along with that binge-eating! We discuss our usual 90 Day mess; Margo checks in on Below Deck,gets a special message from Ashton; & gives her review of Bird Box. Erin breaks down 2 live holiday shows, as well as Killin ...…
 
It's a popular past time to bash big business and make them out to be the enemy. But during the holiday season, you should think about all the charitable giving that businesses do.
 
On this special singe topic bonus episode Ian, Gavin, and Andrew get together to discuss a criminal firearms manufacturing syndicate in the Greater Toronto Area that has been dismantled by police. The panel takes some honest journalism to contrast with the deceptive journalism. The panel also covers 80% frame/receivers and firearms manufacturin ...…
 
The advantages of a de-valued currency for Canadian exporters and domestic producers are too often overlooked when we look at our economic growth and statistics. Why?
 
Why do the same left-wing academics shouting for "windfall housing profits" to be taxed (and the medai outlets that put them on the air) not recognize the dramatic decline in people's financial well-being and the negative impact on one of our most important industries?
 
This week Marty, Ian, Gavin, and Andrew get together to discuss symbolic and useless gesture of a gun ban while the Coalition for Gun Control finally admits their goal of disarming all Canadians. In election news, there will be an election, October 21, 2019, the Senate might be reformed but probably not, and it should just be abolished. In Newf ...…
 
Here's a prediction that is bound to come true in 2019...The Government is going to cost you more money! Next year your pension plan premiums will go up and the average Canadian will pay $125-$150 more.
 
This week we’re joined by Matt “Compiler Explorer” Godbolt as we chat about what your compiler is and isn’t doing for you, doing a keynote for your first talk, and how having co-maintainers lets you go to flute concerts. Special Guest: Matt Godbolt. Links: Compiler Explorer Quick Bench Undefined Behavior and CERT’s Vulnerability Note C++ on Sea ...…
 
Hey there, Neighbors! We've got the holidays in our sights and we're full of Christmas cheer---and more than a little mucus. But that won't stop us for dishing on 90 Day Fiance (Colt has llama-toe); Below Deck (Josiah's ok, everybody, relax); Real Housewives of OC & Dallas reunions; The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel; The Favourite and Mary Poppins Retu ...…
 
Some people are having second thoughts about voting for BREXIT as they start to see the ramifications of Britain leaving the EU.
 
Vancouver and Toronto are right there at the top when it comes to personal indebtedness. This isn't necessarily a problem when the value of our homes is increasing, yet our politicians have consistently expressed their desire to drive down housing prices. In other words, they've purposefully made the debt load more precarious.…
 
This week Marty, Tim, Ian, Gavin, and Andrew talk about Trudeau's comments that the Government is considering a handgun and assault weapons ban. The panel also talks about the Regulations Amending the Firearms Marking Regulation and how that will not help unless the Government establishes another registry. Trudeau tweets $50M pledge for girls’ ...…
 
This week Marty, Tim, Ian, Gavin, and Matt, join Andrew to talk about why only the police should have guns, the GM Oshawa plant closure, and the financial burden of irregular migration. Intro Hello to all you patriots out there in podcast land and welcome to Episode 161 of Canadian Patriot Podcast, the number one LIVE podcast in Canada. Recorde ...…
 
This week Gavin leads a panel of Dave, Ian, and Tim onto a discussion on if you can tell your co-worker to fuck off. The panel also covers gun control, 600 million dollar bribe to the “media”, and more. Intro Hello to all you patriots out there in podcast land and welcome to Episode 160 of Canadian Patriot Podcast, the number one LIVE podcast i ...…
 
You could be forgiven for being confused about two political words that are often heard in the same sentence but are diametrically opposed.
 
One of the biggest lies that is told to the public is about the governments concern over affordable housing and first time home buyers.
 
Now that the voting is over for proportional representation, maybe it's time to focus our attention on something that impacts all Canadians. The division that seems to be intensifying on both sides of the isle.
 
There hasn't been any mention that the catalyst for the protests in France has been the proposed increase in carbon tax for diesel and gasoline. Why are media outlets brushing over this point?
 
Buckle up, Neighbors! We've got a lot of biz to take care. Margo shares stories of hallway creepery; Erin relates a night well spent at Joe's Pub; we also breakdown our beloved Real Housewives, Below Deck, 90 Day Fiancee; and welcome Lock After Lockup to our TV garbage fire. We also have a fun book rec, as well as 2 podcast recs, and Erin talks ...…
 
After listening to the constant traffic accident reports its not hard to think that a lot of these accidents could be mitigated if the provincial government wasn't dragging its feet when it came to ridesharing in BC. But the taxi lobby cash flow has the NDP seeing red lights wherever it can.
 
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