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Where Silicon Valley meets Wall Street, TechCheck dives deep into stocks, trades, trends and opportunities focused on new technologies while highlighting news from mega-cap heavyweights, social media darlings, streaming giants, growth software and red-hot disruptors. Everyday TechCheck delivers investors what they need to know with compelling in-depth reporting and analysis from investors, analysts and leaders in the industry.
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The world of technology is changing so fast it's hard to keep up. From new advances in AI and robotics to software and hardware advancements we only dreamed of as children. Join Kevin, Sarah, Paul, & Bobby in our weekly technology-focused discussion.
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I help software developers build meaningful careers with purpose. Unlike others - who recommend chasing big salaries, jobs at elite companies (FAANG), or grinding interview prep - I mentor developers toward fulfilling, balanced software careers. My goal is to help you work on software that makes the world a better place.
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Minhaaj Podcast are Candid Conversations with Some of the Most Intelligent People. From Forbes and WSJ contributors, inventors, wall street bankers, Fintech experts, memory champions, neuroscientists, psychology veterans, FAANG employees and Youtube Educators, i have had the distinct pleasure to learn from these luminaries, for which i shall remain thankful, forever.
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foreignadmits.com is a student focussed international platform for helping students get direct mentorship from Top University graduates, alumni and FAANG / Fortune 500 Company Professionals from all across the globe Having helped over 15000 students in past through our platform and with over 300 international verified high quality mentors, your career is assured to be always in safer hands. With open & transparent guidance methodologies backed with data centric suggestions, help an aspirant ...
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The Hustle Made Me Do It!

Luis Cortes & Cyndi Cortes

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Founded by Luis Cortes, and Cyndi Cortes - The Hustle Made Me Do It! is a podcast dedicated to inspiring and empowering up-and-coming entrepreneurs. We know first-hand how complex the journey can be, but our goal at THHMDI! is to provide professionals, dreamers, and hustlers a platform to share their unique stories and build a network of like-minded peers. Episodes highlight both young business owners and professional powerhouses, ranging in topics from business and finance, to personal and ...
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Welcome to the CleanTechies Podcast, the #1 Podcast for Climate Tech Entrepreneurs ----- Support the show more directly via our Substack where we also publish writing on the episodes we record. https://cleantechies.substack.com/subscribe ----- Interested in Advertising: info@cleantechiespod.com
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The Experimental Leader

Melanie Parish and Mel Rutherford

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Are you a business owner, executive, leader, team leader, aspiring future leader, leadership junkie, a scientist, a design thinker, or simply the leader of your own life? If you are, then you are a leader, and as such, you should be experimenting! Welcome to The Experimental Leader, a podcast where we tackle the ways leaders are experimenting in their own work. Hosted by Melanie Parish and Dr. Mel Rutherford, we dive into the most interesting questions about leaders and get into real-life co ...
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Hosted by Mayuko Inoue (Youtuber, content creator, Software Engineer), it's a show about becoming a better version of yourself for your life and your tech career. With a guest on each episode, we'll share our thoughts and expertise on various topics around navigating a career in technology and leading a life that feels more You, through discussions around mental health, cultural identity, and more.
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Peter Ojum is the host of a popular podcast and YouTube channel called V.City. On his show, he offers valuable advice on how to pursue wealth, knowledge, and fulfillment. Peter shares his insights on various topics such as information technology, cybersecurity, entrepreneurship, cloud engineering, software engineering, career growth, and leadership. He often invites guests to share their experiences, stories, and knowledge in these areas, making his show a great resource for anyone looking t ...
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On this podcast, we interview people from different professions and gain an in-depth understanding of their job. Learn about different careers, from management consulting to mountain climbing - what each is all about and how to get in if you wanted to. If you want us to cover any company, role, or answer any additional questions, email us at hello@learneducatediscover.com. Additional resources on our website at www.learneducatediscover.com. Follow the show on Twitter @LED_Curator
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Finally, a podcast that aspiring developers can connect with. The goal of this podcast is to share the daily struggles that both aspiring and current developers go through. And, to encourage each other on how to keep going even when we doubt ourselves. Chris Sean is a software engineer who has been documenting his journey as a self-taught developer since day one. His goal is to help the next grocery bagger become the next rockstar of today! Chris loves connecting with people in hopes that he ...
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Fun and insights into our economy and financial news as well as how The American Dream can be rebuilt to help the middle class thrive once again. Down to earth talk from Financial Advisor, Erin Schmidt, MS, IAR, bringing insights about how to get your financial freedom back. Send your FAQ to: erin@bradywealthmanagement.com. Disclosure: This podcast and Erin's new book are not considered advice to buy or sell securities or insurance, nor give tax or legal advice. Always see a professional abo ...
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The Coder Career

Cameron Blackwood

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The Coder Career Podcast is a show that helps aspiring software developers navigate the journey to a fulfilling and successful career in tech. Each episode features interviews by career changing software engineer Cameron Blackwood with industry professionals, career advice, and insights on the latest trends and technologies in the field. Whether you're just starting out in coding or looking to take your career to the next level, The Coder Career Podcast has something for you. Tune in to lear ...
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Allison Wolff | Vibrant Planet Vibrant Planet is basically bringing the tech knowledge from the early FAANG days and applying that to land tender and wildfire resistance. Their platform is a prioritization system for land management restoration by providing real-time scenario planning, monitoring, and reporting. These assessments can help with qual…
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In this episode of the !Null Podcast: Scarlett Johansson speaks up about OpenAI Microsoft launched Copilot+PC Sonos headphones are finally released Recommendation Links Organizer (Sarah's !Null) Furiosa Movie (Bobby's !Null) BoboVR B100 Battery for Quest 3 (Kevin's !Null) Contact Send us an email: thenotnullpodcast@aol.com (YES, aol.com!!) Leave us…
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Michael Kearney started off this podcast defending the political durability of the IRA…and he had us convinced. If that doesn’t have you hooked, I don’t know what will! Building for deeptech founders is HARD…like folding a fitted sheet hard. And that’s why we need someone like Mike to do it. Mike himself did his undergrad and Ph.D. at MIT, so he’s …
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There are a few key things Climate Entrepreneurs should know. This guest brought up a bunch of them. It is incredible to see how successful they are in a crowded space. Today, he shared with us many of the things that helped them succeed. How to align all stakeholders in the sales process Building a product so simple the user can be up-skilled with…
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Gen AI startups are growing up -- through both the underlying tech as we saw with OpenAI’s demo of GPT-4o and Google’s showcase of Gemini and Project Astra, but also the composition of the companies themselves. Recent executive moves and hires are showing how AI startups are now focusing more on products, monetization and commercialization.…
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AI has moved into a new era – from chatbots to AI agents capable of having instantaneous, real-time conversations as showcased by Microsoft-backed OpenAI’s GPT-4o and Google’s Project Astra. The news -- bullish for Nvidia and over chipmakers, but Meta, Amazon, Apple and other megacap tech names will have to step up to the plate soon. We break down …
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In this episode of the !Null Podcast: OpenAI Released GPT-4o Google I/O Conference Announcements YouTube’s AI Jump Ahead Feature Recommendation Links Send recommendations to thenotnullpodcast@aol.com (Sarah's !Null) X-Men 97 - Disney+ (Kevin's !Null) Contact Send us an email: thenotnullpodcast@aol.com (YES, aol.com!!) Leave us a review: Apple Podca…
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Shares of Walmart continue to be one of the top S&P performers today, rallying after beating quarterly earnings and revenue estimates while also posting big gains in e-commerce. Could its online shopping gains now threaten the e-commerce king, Amazon? Plus, OpenAI’s debut of its more conversational, real-time GPT-4o model have investors now asking …
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What do you get when you put Chris Rock, Timothée Chalamet, Greta Thunberg, & Marc Andreessen together? -- You get Tom Ferguson! The King of Water VC! (Warning! Tom is hilarious, so cancel your comedy cellar tickets because you won't need them) Today, we had the chance to speak with Tom, the founding partner of Burnt Island Ventures. They are the l…
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OpenAI unveiled its new flagship AI model GPT-4o today that it says brings GPT-level intelligence to everyone, including free users. The event now raises the stakes for Google’s all-important developers’ event tomorrow, Google I/O, where the tech giant is set to outline its latest advancements in AI. Google has in the past been relatively slow to r…
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Google has been consolidating its AI efforts and power around one man: Demis Hassabis. As one of the most respected leaders in the space, the DeepMind co-founder has a track record of critical AI breakthroughs. But can an academic also pave the way for Google's genAI commercialization and monetization? Hassabis is the key to Google's lead in AI but…
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In this episode of the !Null Podcast: Is Apple going to partner with Rivian? OpenAI signs a licensing deal with a magazine publisher. AI-narrated audiobooks have flooded Audible. Recommendation Links Headphone Ear Covers (Bobby's !Null) Geometry Towels (Sarah's !Null) iPad Pro (Kevin's !Null) Contact Send us an email: thenotnullpodcast@aol.com (YES…
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Money is continuing to flow into AI startups in the private market, with new reports of funding deals for Elon Musk’s xAI at a $18 billion valuation and the French AI startup Mistral’s valuation tripling to $6 billion. It signals that companies that can raise money in the private markets will continue to do so, especially as the kind of scrutiny th…
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Stanley Druckenmiller says rate cuts should be entirely off the table and that the Fed fumbled the football on the 5-yard line with the game on the line. We’ll look at the path forward for the Fed. Plus, Disney nearly broke even on streaming, but missed revenue estimates for a fourth consecutive quarter. We’ll ask Oscar-winner Brian Grazer about th…
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Uber had a banner year in 2023 – profitability turned a corner, S&P inclusion, and it became free cash flow positive. But what’s next for the stock, especially as it has underperformed other gig names in the last three months? Uber, Lyft, and Airbnb are all set to report quarterly results this week for a check on the gig economy. We take you throug…
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Recently, the MCJ Podcast experienced huge backlash for having Big Oil players on the show. This prompted us to bring back a past guest, Shaun Abrahamson from Third Sphere. ---- 🌎 Want the full PodLetter? Go to our substack to see the written content that supplements the audio interview. ---- Shaun last joined us on episode 136 to talk about Naviga…
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Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index was the world’s best-performing major stock market in April and has continued to move up another 5% this week. It may be part of a broader market theme, the unwinding of the “long AI, long Japan, short China” trade, but China is a world leader in AI research too, according to a new study from Georgetown University.…
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Full Self-Driving, or FSD, is one of the most controversial parts of Elon Musk’s Tesla strategy, with regulators calling the branding misleading and dangerous. But love it or hate it, Tesla has unleashed FSD, with a free trial for millions of U.S. drivers. That means more data -- an essential component to any company trying to develop autonomous dr…
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In this episode of the !Null Podcast: Are DJI Drones soon to be banned in the US? Rabbit R1 was released and the reviews aren’t good. AI Age verification at checkout. Recommendation Links J Bryant Fitness Resistance Exercise Bar (Bobby's !Null) Kindle (Paul's !Null) NZXT (Kevin's !Null) Contact Send us an email: thenotnullpodcast@aol.com (YES, aol.…
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Closing arguments began today in the landmark antitrust case between the DOJ and Google. But what may ultimately matter more than the ruling is the damage already done to Google's market position, especially around generative AI vulnerabilities and progress. The fear is that under the pressure of regulators, Google has been hesitating or second-gue…
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Somil chats with Chinmay Malaviya and Charlie Depman, CEO and CTO of Ridepanda, expanding access and usage of e-bikes, e-scooters, and micro mobility through employer sponsored subscriptions. Chinmay and Charlie bring a lot of startup and industry experience and were able to speak not only about their growth but ALSO breakdown the technical designs…
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The IPO market is "back," according to Colin Stewart, a top Morgan Stanley banker who led the Reddit and Astera Labs debuts. He expects 10-15 more tech IPOs to come this year, and an even better 2025, especially as the market gets more comfortable with paying for growth again. We chat with him about startup valuations, how the presidential election…
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What if Investors Only Made Money if they *actually* helped save the planet? Welp... folks, we have the show for you because that's exactly what Planet A is doing. Somil and Silas speak with Jessica Burley, a Berlin-based investor at the fund. On top of learning how they are *actually* walking the talk, we found out how they use Carbon Life Cycle A…
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Over the past year, Mark Zuckerberg has transformed Meta - and himself. He has gone from a brash young CEO to trained MMA fighter, and a trendsetter with his fur jackets and chains. And thanks to his year of efficiency and stellar stock performance, he's now a Wall Street darling, with Meta outperforming Apple and Alphabet, trailing only Nvidia amo…
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Shares of the software maker Rubrik are up about 20% since its debut on the NYSE yesterday. That success is being cheered in Silicon Valley as the latest sign the public market waters are safe to wade into. Plus, Alphabet and Microsoft shares are both popping after the companies beat on the top and bottom lines. The tech giants emphasized the growt…
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In this episode of the !Null Podcast: Meta is launching Horizon OS (powering both meta and third-party devices REVISIT: The latest on the US TikTok ban REVISIT: Robodog flamethrower is now on sale! Recommendation Links bit.ai (Bobby's !Null) The American Justice System (Sarah's !Null) MEE In Ear Headphones (Paul's !Null) META Quest 3 (Kevin's !Null…
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At the heart of the battle over TikTok is its algorithm - one that overhauled social media, captivated Gen Z, and continues to engage them more than copycats like YouTube Shorts or Instagram Reels. But without it, a sale of TikTok would be a very different proposition, and interested buyers like Steve Mnuchin have said that he would rebuild the app…
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The Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund (GGRF) is a generational government program deploying $27B into clean energy projects across the US. But what is the bill really? Franz Hochstrasser is an expert in financing projects in low-income areas and has a wealth of experience working on climate for the government - both of which are KEY for GGRF. Franz sta…
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Two Google alumni are among those now turning up the pressure on their former employer. Aravind Srinivas of Perplexity and Dario Amodei of Anthropic are both leading upstart gen AI native companies. This time around, they have less to lose and are unafraid of taking on the giants. Plus, Softbank is reportedly now sinking nearly a billion dollars in…
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Somil chats with Vivas Kumar, CEO of Mitra Chem, the first lithium-ion battery materials manufacturer focused on shortening the lab-to-production timeline by over 90%, addressing the largest barrier to innovation: R&D and scale-up speed. Vivas was a phenomenal orator and if you take a second to learn about Mitra Chem, it’s easy to see why. By combi…
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This earnings season, could we see Amazon and Alphabet follow Meta’s lead and issue a dividend or boost buybacks? Free cash flow has jumped across the six megacaps in the last two years, with Nvidia and Amazon seeing the biggest increases. In Amazon’s case, it was hard to imagine the tech giant doing so under Jeff Bezos. But CEO Andy Jassy is frien…
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Google has been the poster child among big tech for having a more cuddly environment, with kombucha on tap or massuesses on staff. That also applies to what was once an openness for employees to bring social and political causes to work and mix ethics and business. But we're increasingly seeing a tougher Google and CEO Sundar Pichai. In the wake of…
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In this episode of the !Null Podcast: Apple allows game emulators in the App Store Did MKBHDs review kill the Humane AI pin? Ernie - the 200M user chatbot you've likely never heard of (because you don't live in China) Recommendation Links Artful Dodger - Hulu (Bobby's !Null) Owala Jorts Bottle (Sarah's !Null) Fallout - Amazon (Pauls' & Kevin's !Nul…
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: The latest bottleneck in the AI boom might not be chips anymore - it's energy. Computing for AI requires way more power than traditional data centers, and CEOs including Elon Musk, Andy Jassy and Sam Altman are all sounding the alarm. Plus, the AI race is on -- and it's now faster and more competitive than ever. Meta says its just-released latest…
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In this episode, Somil chats with Josh Knauer, CEO of ReSeed, bringing carbon credits directly from farmers to the market. They focus on the oldest form of carbon capture – vegetation. They support farmers in taking their protective and restorative farming practices, validating them, and then creating the mechanisms to sell those credits to interes…
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The practice of stack ranking might be making a comeback in Silicon Valley. Sometimes called “rank and yank,” it’s becoming increasingly popular among tech companies during what’s turning into the multiple years of efficiency, with big tech cutting costs and trimming their workforce. The type of merit-based, competitive culture has been around sinc…
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Microsoft is making a major investment into the Abu Dhabi-based AI firm G-42 -- $1.5 billion dollars for a minority stake and just the latest in several foreign AI and cloud investments Microsoft has made, designed to continue its head start in AI and lock up another major customer for its cloud service Azure. Plus, HSBC is making a big call on AMD…
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Apple and Tesla are the only two stocks in the Magnificent Seven that are still in the red this year, and shares of both are also sinking today on news that Tesla is laying off 10% of its workforce and Apple smartphone shipments are slumping. But it’s not just the stock declines that the two have in common. Some parallels are even more fundamental …
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Each year, about 1 billion pounds of chemicals are sprayed on crops in the US alone - globally, that number is around 5.6 billion. Our guest today is AgTechLogic, and they are solving this problem. They do this by helping Farmers retrofit their existing machinery with precision sprayers that use computer vision to identify weeds and spray only on t…
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Box is going all in on AI. The cloud management company just crossed $1 billion in annual revenue, and says there’s still a lot more opportunity ahead. We chat with CEO Aaron Levie on how regulators should tackle AI, how AI will impact jobs and hiring, Google’s AI strategy, and more. Plus, with sticky inflation increasing the chances of higher rate…
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A new leg of the cloud wars has begun - one where access to the best AI models and tools is key. On the consumer side, Google’s strategy remains uncertain. But on the enterprise side, Google can afford to go on the offensive, and that’s happening in the cloud. CNBC's Deirdre Bosa sat down exclusively with Google Cloud CEO Thomas Kurian on competiti…
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There's a new fund that now allows retail investors to get in on the hottest tech startups, including Stripe, OpenAI and SpaceX. But it comes with some risk. The Destiny Tech100 fund has soared more than 500% since its launch two weeks ago but is tanking 40% today. We break down the risks and the rewards. Plus, Intel and Google both announced new a…
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