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On this podcast I will be interviewing: *Up and coming Artists *Clothing Designers *Individuals Making A difference in their Communities -No topic is off limit! No Pantalones! No Pantis!
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The MongoDB Podcast features guest interviews including developers, startups, and founders with MongoDB Principal Developer Advocate Michael Lynn. Learn about new and emerging technology, how to use the various MongoDB products and best practices, how organizations are using MongoDB, and what lead them to choose MongoDB over other databases.
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Phil Nash & Timur Doumler

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Every two weeks, or so, we sit down with guests from the C++ community to discuss the latest news and what they have been up to. Find us at cppcast.com
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C.L.E RADIO Features Docwatson and DJ Ekelctic and is an Urban Christian Hip Hop Podcast that host different artist and individuals that are active in the ministry. It also has a host of people on the show.
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Data Mesh Radio

Data as a Product Podcast Network

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Interviews with data mesh practitioners, deep dives/how-tos, anti-patterns, panels, chats (not debates) with skeptics, "mesh musings", and so much more. Host Scott Hirleman (founder of the Data Mesh Learning Community) shares his learnings - and those of the broader data community - from over a year of deep diving into data mesh. Each episode contains a BLUF - bottom line, up front - so you can quickly absorb a few key takeaways and also decide if an episode will be useful to you - nothing w ...
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Developer Advocate, Matthew Groves, meets with top developers and database leaders to share everything you need to know when it comes to NoSQL databases. Learn about the latest trends in web, mobile, IoT, and game development and how companies are including NoSQL databases into their technology stack. Hear tips and tricks when it comes to using NoSQL databases as well as success stories from people all around the world. This podcast is sponsored by the open source NoSQL database company, Cou ...
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Today's websites are increasingly dynamic. Pages are no longer static HTML files but instead generated by scripts and database calls. User interfaces are more seamless, with technologies like Ajax replacing traditional page reloads. This course teaches students how to build dynamic websites with Ajax and with Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP (LAMP), one of today's most popular frameworks. Students learn how to set up domain names with DNS, how to structure pages with XHTML and CSS, how to progr ...
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Join Steve (Groot_In_London *Instagram/Facebook*), and Eric (thor_is_worthy_cosplay *Instagram/Facebook*) while we travel into the realm of Cosplay and Comic Cons, and events alike! and help us take our idea of Collaborated Cosplay to the next level! We are baby cosplayers with less than 2 years attending conventions and only have been to 3 Comic Cons, and a handful of smaller events and movie premiers. Eric is starting to become known more for his work working skills, which he has put to us ...
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Welcome to the Welcome to the Connected Data Podcast. Connecting Data, People and Ideas since 2016. Community, Events, Thought Leadership. For those who use the Relationships, Meaning and Context in Data to achieve Great things. Bringing together Leaders and Innovators in Knowledge Graphs Graph Databases Graph Analytics / Data Science / AI Semantic Technology Stay tuned and dive into our diverse content. Engage, network, learn and share ideas and best practices. Presentations, Masterclasses, ...
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Zach Laine joins Phil and Timur. Zach talks to us about the Boost collection of libraries, his contributions to it, a little of its history and where it's going, and a new project that aims to get back to Boost's original roots. News Timing vulnerability in Kyber due to compiler optimization pass JUCE 8 released C++ Under the Sea - new conference i…
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Welcome to another episode of the MongoDB Podcast, live from New York City. In this session, we dive into the world of AI with Dataworkz. Join us as we explore how enterprises are leveraging large language models to drive productivity and innovation. Co-founder and CTO of Dataworkz, Nikhil Smotra, shares the journey of Dataworkz, its goals, and the…
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Welcome back to MongoDB Local New York City 2024! Join us as we delve into the realm of retail AI revolution. In this interview series, discover how leading retailers are leveraging the power of artificial intelligence to transform customer experiences. Prashant Juttukonda from MongoDB and Stephen Gatchell from BigID share valuable insights into th…
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Joining Michael Lynn is Steve Jones, Executive Vice President of Data-Driven Business at Capgemini AI, a global leader in consulting, technology services, and digital transformation. Together, they explore the latest trends and innovations shaping the landscape of AI and data. Steve provides invaluable insights into the evolving role of AI in busin…
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Sean Baxter joins Timur and Phil. Sean explains how he has managed to implement a borrow checker for C++ in his Circle compiler. In fact his implementation addresses all the same safety issues that Rust addresses. News "Noisy: The Class You Wrote a Hundred Times" Reddit discussion "Addressing That Post About final" Conference News: Pure Virtual C++…
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An AI tsunami is on the rise, and the past few months have only amplified it. To survive it and thrive in tomorrow’s economy, organizations big and small must rethink the way they do business. To do this, a radical shift in the way they work with their data is needed. And no, we don’t mean Big Data. By now, most organizations have gotten their Big …
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Follow us on this episode of the MongoDB Podcast at .local NYC with Michael Lynn talking with Jason Cust and Tom Ravensberg from Unqork. Unqork is the first codeless development platform, reshaping how organizations create, manage and run their software applications without the constraints of traditional coding. Through Unqork’s codeless architectu…
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Host Shannon Sabens speaks with Art Manion and Kent Landfield, all three of whom are CVE Board members and CVE Working Group (WG) chairs, about the all-new “CVE® Numbering Authority (CNA) Operational Rules Version 4.0.” Topics discussed include the new fundamental concept embedded throughout the rules called the “right of refusal”; how CVE assignme…
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Mara Bos joins Phil and Timur. Mara talks to us about her work on the Rust evolution team and how she uses embedded Rust for drone flight controllers. We chat about some of the differences and similarities between C++ and Rust, and what the two languages can, and should, learn from each other. News GCC 14 released Changes Reddit discussion "An info…
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Join us in this enlightening episode of the MongoDB Podcast as we sit down with Viraj Thakrar, a distinguished MongoDB Community Creator. We delve into Viraj's fascinating journey as a MongoDB enthusiast and explore the depths of his recent presentation on "Unified Workloads with AWS and MongoDB" at the AWS Community Day. This episode promises to s…
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Graph-based technologies became first-class citizens in various industries and many practical applications. Still, building performant and reliable machine learning pipelines over graph data, e.g., graph machine learning applications and products, remains a non-trivial task. This panel discussion brings together academic and industrial experts from…
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Niels Lohmann joins Timur and Phil. Niels talks to us about his popular JSON library, JSON for Modern C++ (often just known as nlohmann/json, after its github repo). We chat about the history and purpose of the library, with an interesting aside into starting and maintaining a popular OSS library, as well as what Niels is up to today. News "The Per…
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Host Shannon Sabens of CrowdStrike chats with Benjamin Edwards and Sander Vinberg, both of Bitsight, about analyzing vulnerability data in the CVE List. This is a follow-on to their “CVE Is The Worst Vulnerability Framework (Except For All The Others)” talk at CVE/FIRST VulnCon 2024. Topics discussed include the types of vulnerabilities and vulnera…
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Sy Brand joins Phil and Timur. Sy talks about the imminent Pure Virtual C++ conference that they have been running with Microsoft's backing for a few years. Sy also discuss what they have been up to as Developer Advocate at Microsoft, as well as some fascinating outside interests. News C++ Foundation's C++ 2024 Developer survey results P3236R0: "Pl…
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In this episode — recorded live at “CVE/FIRST VulnCon 2024” — CVE Board member and CVE podcast host Shannon Sabens of CrowdStrike chats with the three newest CVE Board members: Madison Oliver of GitHub Security Lab, Tod Beardsley of Austin Hackers Anonymous (AHA!), and MegaZone of F5 who joins as the new CVE Numbering Authority (CNA) Liaison to the…
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Erich Keane joins Timur and Phil. Erich chats about the recent WG21 meeting in Tokyo, his roles as chair and co-chair of the Language Evolution and Language Evolution Incubator working groups, respectively, as well as heterogeneous computing and his work at NVidia. News CppCon - Call for Speakers ACCU 2024 Online Bjarne Stroustrup responds to White…
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Join us for an episode of the MongoDB Podcast featuring Shrey Batra, founder of Cosmo Cloud and a MongoDB Community member. With extensive experience in software development, Shrey discusses the creation of Cosmo Cloud—a no-code platform for backend development, emphasizing how it enhances developer productivity through features like instant deploy…
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After the amazing breakthroughs of machine learning (deep learning or otherwise) in the past decade, the shortcomings of machine learning are also becoming increasingly clear: unexplainable results, data hunger and limited generalisability are all becoming bottlenecks. In this talk we will look at how the combination with symbolic AI (in the form o…
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Host Shannon Sabens speaks with Art Manion and Kent Landfield, all three of whom are CVE Board members and CVE Working Group (WG) chairs, about CVE Records. Discussion topics include the CVE Record Lifecycle, the three “states” of CVE Records (RESERVED, PUBLISHED, and REJECTED), the current “tags” in use with CVE Records (EXCLUSIVELY-HOSTED-SERVICE…
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In this episode of the MongoDB Podcast, we feature Chris Dellaway, a MongoDB Community Champion and the recipient of the 2023 William Zola Award. Chris shares his journey with MongoDB, starting from his initial engagement in 2016 to achieving dual certification. He discusses the motivations behind his active participation in MongoDB forums and Stac…
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Join us in this enlightening episode of the MongoDB Podcast as we sit down with Ricardo Mello, a distinguished developer within the MongoDB community. Dive deep into Ricardo's fascinating journey into MongoDB, from his initial steps to becoming a pivotal part of the community. In our conversation, we explore the intricacies of deploying MongoDB Atl…
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In this episode, we dive into the world of generative AI and its impact on the tech industry with a special focus on DocsGPT, an innovative open-source documentation assistant developed by Arc53. Our guest, Alex Tushynski (alex@arc53.com), co-founder of Arc53, will discuss the journey from conception to implementation of DocsGPT, how MongoDB Atlas …
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Gail Ollis joins Phil and Matt Godbolt. Gail talks to us about why, after two decades of software development, she took a degree in psychology followed by a PhD that researched the psychology of software development - and how she now uses this to help others get started and, hopefully, avoid many of the human issues that can plague our software pro…
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Join us as we delve into the innovative world of AI with Gradient and MongoDB Atlas. We'll discuss how Gradient's Accelerator Blocks, combined with MongoDB Atlas's capabilities, are simplifying and enhancing AI development. Learn about the integration of these technologies and their impact on various industries, particularly finance and healthcare.…
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What do graphs have to do with novel hardware architectures for AI workloads? Graph processing is the key to unlocking new architectures, as much as new architectures can boost execution of graph-oriented workloads. As machine learning-powered applications are proliferating, the workloads that are created in order to serve their requirements are ta…
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In this insightful episode of the MongoDB Podcast, host Michael Lynn is joined by Vin Vashishta, a seasoned AI advisor, author of "From Data to Profit," and the founder of vSquared. Vin brings nearly three decades of expertise in strategy, leadership, software engineering, and applied machine learning to the table. The conversation delves into the …
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Patrick Quist joins Phil and Timur. Patrick chats with us about their work on the Compiler Explorer team and how they got into it. We explore some useful features that may not be as widely known, and take a peek under the hood at how it all runs. News "C++ Package Managers: The Ultimate Roundup" - blog post by Christopher McArthur "Demystifying Lak…
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Join us on this exciting episode of the MongoDB Podcast as we delve into the groundbreaking partnership between MongoDB and Patronus AI. We're honored to have Anand Kannappan, the innovative mind behind Patronus AI, to discuss how this collaboration is pushing the boundaries of AI technology. Discover how Patronus AI's unique features, like Evaluat…
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In this episode of the MongoDB Podcast, host Michael Lynn is thrilled to welcome Kenny Gorman, Head of Streaming Products at MongoDB, for an in-depth discussion on the advancements in Atlas Stream Processing. Gorman shares the journey of developing MongoDB’s stream processing capabilities, focusing on the transformative impact of real-time data pro…
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Rainer Grimm joins Timur and Phil. Rainer talks to us about what he has learnt from many years of teaching C++ as a professional trainer, how training has become more accessible now more people are taking it online, and his thoughts on modern C++. News The C++ Iceberg "C++20 Concepts applied - Safe bitmasks using scoped enums" - blog post by Andrea…
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Join us for a fascinating conversation with Yelena Shtykel, Head of Public Cloud Data at Citi, in this episode of the MongoDB Podcast. Yelena shares her journey from a full-stack developer to leading public cloud data initiatives, focusing on diverse cloud service providers and the complexities of handling data in a large organization like Citi. Sh…
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While mathematicians have used graph theory since the 18th century to solve problems, the software patterns for graph data are new to most developers. To enable "mass adoption" of graph technology, we need to establish the right abstractions, access APIs, and data models. RDF triples, while of paramount importance in establishing RDF graph semantic…
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