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Experts in their Fields - The EITF project

Nandini Venkatraman, Karthik Subramanian and Charu Venkat

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To empower a new generation of achievers to become changemakers and disruptors in their fields. Building a community of individuals looking to join hands with experts from all around the world, to learn and to innovate, towards career excellence.
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Karthik talks about random topics which even sometimes would make no sense and sometimes makes all sense. Yes, Life is filled with such paradoxes. Let's talk about everything like Love, Art, Literature, Cinema, Politics, Society and all other aspects of life too. So, Yeah Welcome Guys. Instagram ID - https://www.instagram.com/kadhaippomawithkarthik/ Facebook ID- https://www.facebook.com/karthikpl YouTube ID- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0LqZ6AbO1X2iPKDhik39UQ
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The Grenz Zone

Logan Kolb, DO; Karthik Krishnamurthy, DO

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Logan Kolb, DO, a practicing dermatologist, breaks down common skin rashes and lesions in a simple, fun, and engaging fashion to build a strong foundation of dermatology knowledge for dermatology providers.
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The Story Club!!!

Karthik Sirimalla

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This podcast is all about narrating stories. Anyone who has a story to share is welcome here. Sometimes, I interview others whom I've met while traveling and also share my own experiences while doing so
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BKVocal

Bandi Karthik

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My Passion to write quotations enticed me to start my channel 'BK Vocal'. I am a HR Professional. It gives me great pleasure to voice-out my skills to listener's like you on few topics like Quotations, Self-improvement tips, HR and General Knowledge. Please subscribe my channel ' BK Vocal '
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Intelerks Podcast

Karthik Surya, Vinu, Sreekanth, Akhil Das

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Intelerks podcast is Kerala's first ever lifestyle podcast established on November 1st 2020, aimed towards building a whole generation of Dreamers through the use of humour and unconventional conversations, that are goanna blow your mind.
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JK Tales

Karthik & Janasri

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This is an official podcast of the "JK Tales". Here you can find stories for kids, historical stories, fairy tales and much more. Sure, you will rejoice each and every episode in this podcast. Episodes are released every week on Tuesday and Friday and there are special episodes for special occasions. So, STAY TUNED!!!
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Data Chatter

Karthik Shashidhar

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Data Chatter is a podcast on all things data. It is a series of conversations with experts and industry leaders in data, and each week we aim to unpack a different compartment of the "data suitcase". The podcast is hosted by Karthik Shashidhar. He is a blogger, newspaper columnist, book author and a former data and strategy consultant. Karthik currently heads Analytics and Business Intelligence for Delhivery, one of India’s largest logistics companies. You can follow him on twitter at @karth ...
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Here we begin an exciting journey after a long break. New beginnings, new look, new stories, and new adventures. I hope you find our journey as interesting and fascinating as we do. This is dedicated to all those who never gave up on us, who asked why we weren't producing any new content, and who constantly checked in on us. I'm grateful to everyone. The name is changed, and the logo is changed. But the aim remains the same. To entertain you. Dial K for Krime Diary. Come with me as we explor ...
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Water Over Toilet Paper

Prasanna Karthik & Jathin

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A budget NRI with a foreign accent and an Indian Indian with an Indian accent indulge each other in their love for films and their passionate views on toilet etiquette. The Indian recommends an Indian film and the foreigner recommends a foreign film (vice-versa) every week and talk about it together. The recommendations range from obscure indie films to mainstream hot garbage. We do it cause screw toilet paper.
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Football शुटबॉल is the podcast to get your football fix. Hosted by 3 die hard football fans - Gaurav, Sivaram and Karthik, it's the show that will bring you in depth analysis along with unhinged banter. Predictions, rumours, controversies, match reviews, even picking your fantasy football side, Football Shootball has you covered.
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In Peak Planet, host Karthik Ganesan deliberates on perilous everyday sustainability issues - taps running dry, toxic air, unreliable power supply, traffic snarls, and extreme climatic changes - that affect each Indian. He dissects the complexities through evidence-backed information. In the first season, Karthik deep dives into air pollution. Peak Planet is presented by The Council on Energy, Environment and Water, one of South Asia’s leading not-for-profit policy research institutions.
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Ideas of India

Mercatus Center at George Mason University

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Through conversations with top thinkers in the social sciences and beyond, economist Shruti Rajagopalan explores the ideas that will propel India forward.
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We are The Uni Diaries Podcast, brought to you by Unimelb SAMM. Tune is as we chat about uni, study, careers, navigating your way through your late teens/early twenties, as well as chatting to some wicked guests. Make sure you follow us on insta @the_unidiaries to stay up to date on all of our content!! 🔥🤪🍉🐠🪐 Our Hosts: Steph, Kaylee, Isabella, Chamudi, Karthik and Adrianna https://www.theunidiaries.online/ @the_unidiaries @unimelbsamm Get in touch with us: communications@unimelbsamm.com or, ...
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Discussions on science, technology and investment happening in the water industry. Hakim is a water tech researcher at KU Leuven with 8 years of industrial water expertise gained at The Dow Chemical Company and DuPont.
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The Filter Koffee podcast is not an interview. It is a window into the minds of the most interesting people that the host has met. A peek into their craft, passions and convictions. Mostly, it is a conversation. The kind that leaves you richer. The kind that only coffee can bring out. Karthik Nagarajan likes his coffee strong, just like his conversations. This cryptographer turned researcher turned screen writer turned marketer, sits down with creators, activists, business leaders, and the o ...
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Pick & Pop

Karthik Raja & Zach Head

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Just a couple of loudmouth college students who liked the sound of their voices so much that they started a radio show on basketball and pop culture.
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A voice to discover, understand and amplify all things human and kindness in the world. I am Irene Karthik and have set out on this journey to bring out stories, perspectives from all around the globe on kindness and the humane element in us How might we spread kindness in our workplaces and communities? Is kindness too much of an ask? How do we nourish the human element and walk along with the progress? Across this journey, I speak to people of different ages, cultures, to get more perspect ...
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This podcast focuses on explaining the fascinating ways that science and engineering change the world around us. In each episode, we talk to leading engineers from elite-level sports like cycling and Formula 1 to some of world's top academics to understand how fluid dynamics, machine learning & supercomputing are bringing in a new era of discovery. We also hear life stories, career advice and lessons they've learnt along the way that will help you to pursue a career in science and engineering.
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Digital products power our lives, but they wouldn’t exist without the expertise and passion of real people. This podcast brings together industry experts to have conversations beyond tech, tools, and process. We’re here to talk about the ROI of empowered teams. Listen as we discuss building, leading, equipping, and inspiring product teams to create transformational change within companies. People of Product is hosted by George Brooks & Dan Linhart - the founders of Crema. peopleofproduct.sub ...
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The Shift is a regular podcast series produced by DemandFarm that brings strategic sales and account management leaders from global companies, as guests, to share their stories & experiences about the transition to digital Key Account Management. Increasingly, as customers prefer their B2B Sales interactions to remain virtual, Key Account Management has also shifted towards a virtual direction where technology comes to the forefront as a key differentiator and enabler. Account Managers and S ...
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Movies, Music & Memories

Raghav Ravichandran & Vignesh Sankar

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This is a podcast with over 4,00,000+ plays/ streams across all prominent streaming platforms featuring two people who are Movie & Music buffs! Movies, Music & Memories has been nominated as one of the best podcasts in the Story Telling category in Hubhopper Awards, 2021 & 2022 ! Vignesh Sankar & Raghav Ravichandran have been awarded as a Top Fan on Sony Music South & Film Companion South's Facebook page! Also Raghav Ravichandran has over 15 articles published on Baradwaj Rangans (Head of Ga ...
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Storytelling is an ancient craft and humans are wired for story. Yet when it comes to telling the story of our work, we often fall short. My mission, through 'Story Rules', is to help you tell a better story of your work. I do that by tapping into the fascinating and wondrous world of Storytelling techniques. The Story Rules Podcast is a further step in that direction. In episodes of the podcast, we will have long, deep and meaningful conversations with some of the best storytellers in the w ...
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Whether you're a founder of an open source startup, an open source maintainer or just an open source enthusiast, join host Emily Omier as she talks to the people who work at the intersection of open source and business, from startup founders to leaders of open source giants and all the people who help open source startups grow.
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Do you want to achieve something great in your life? Do you lack the focus required to reach your goals? The Lioness embodies attitude, creativity, imagination, originality, vision, inspiration, resilience and resourcefulness. This podcast provides answers that will help you improve your confidence and performance and find the success you want! Each one of us has a dream, whether it is something enormous like winning an Olympic gold or something ordinary and more easily achieved, like owning ...
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Prof. Karthik Duraisamy is a Professor at the University of Michigan, the Director of the Michigan Institute for Computational Discovery and Engineering (MICDE) and the founder of the startup Geminus.AI. In this episode, we discusses AI4Science, with a particular focus on fluid dynamics and computational fluid dynamics. Prof. Duraisamy talks about …
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Karthik Kunjali, Co-founder & CEO at Stockholm Water Technology (SWT), discusses how their CDI technology stands out from reverse osmosis by attracting and removing contaminants, making it ideal for low-salinity applications and specific pollutant removal like heavy metals and nutrients. This method is energy-efficient and customizable, perfect for…
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In this conversation, Nandini and Karthik interview Tanmoy Mitra, a journalist and creative content editor at ET edge insights. They discuss topics such as starting a career in journalism, the changing landscape of journalism in the digital age, the importance of research and ethics in reporting, and the balance between being politically correct an…
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Welcome to Ideas of India, where we examine academic ideas that can propel India forward. My name is Shruti Rajagopalan, and I am a senior research fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. Today my guests are Shreyas Narla and Kadambari Shah, who are my colleagues at the Mercatus Center and research scholars working with me on the …
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Akash Singh, co-founder of Urbanblue Technologies, addresses the inefficiencies of traditional wastewater treatment sensors by using real-time imaging and AI. Their system continuously samples water, captures high-resolution images of microorganisms, and uses AI to provide immediate recommendations for improving water quality. This approach, which …
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This week on The Business of Open Source, I spoke with Vinoth Chandar, the founder and CEO of Onehouse and the creator of Apache Hudi. We took a pretty deep dive into the relationship between Onehouse and Hudi, a topic that for me is at the heart of building a company on top of an open source project. In fact, whether or not Onehouse is an ‘open so…
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Construction leaders, this one is for you! This week on the podcast, we hear how J.E. Dunn Construction is piloting cutting-edge technology within their 100-year-old organization. They acknowledged that legacy and tradition are important, but so is future casting. Mark Stocks, VP and Director of Enterprise Architecture and his team are successfully…
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A sneak peek at our interview with Tanmoy Mitra, the Chief Editor at ET edge insights. We turn the tables on a journalist here, and get some really interesting information on what goes on BTS with a career in #journalism! Follow us: https://linktr.ee/eitfproject?utm_source=linktree_profile_share
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Welcome to yet another episode of the Build In Public Podcast! 🎉 Today's episode was live recorded in Austin where I interviewed Chris Cunningham at the SaaStock conference in May 2024. Chris is a Founding Member and Head of Social Marketing for Clickup which is a workforce productivity platform that was last valued at $4b based in San Diego. Despi…
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“Storytelling is not about glibness. Storytelling is not about verbosity. Storytelling is not just about your confidence or doing it though it is an important aspect of it. Storytelling is fundamentally about the clarity of what you are saying." That is Nitin Seth, Co-Founder and CEO of Incedo Inc. and author of the recent bestseller, 'Mastering th…
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Sreenath Bolisetty, CTO and Co-founder of BluAct Technologies, explains how protein nanofibers can effectively remove heavy metals and radioactive pollutants from water. These nanofibers, made from whey protein, have a high surface area and binding sites that adsorb multiple metal ions and pollutants. Integrated into activated carbon, they efficien…
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This week on The Business of Open Source, I spoke with Joe Duffy, co-founder and CEO of Pulumi. We kicked off the conversation by talking about why Pulumi is open source in the first place — a mix of Joe’s long-standing interest in open source and a feeling like a developer tool like Pulumi just has to be open source in order to be taken seriously.…
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In this episode, Neil interviews Professor Max Welling, one of the foremost experts in Machine Learning about AI4Science: the use of machine learning and AI to solve challenges in various scientific disciplines. They discuss and debate between data-driven and physics-driven approaches, the potential for foundational models, the importance of open s…
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Today my guest is Sajith Pai, who is a partner at Blume Ventures and he is a long-time media executive turned VC. At Blume, Sajith supports investments in media, ed tech and e-commerce, while simultaneously helping Blume building a research and knowledge platform. We spoke about the 2024 Indus Valley Annual Report. written by Sajith and his co-auth…
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This week on The Business of Open Source, I spoke with Tyler Jewell — for the second time, now. Last time I spoke with Tyler, he was an investor at Dell Technologies Capital, he’s since taken over as CEO of Lightbend. We talked about a lot, but there was a definite theme to our conversation: License changes. Lightbend had been running an open core …
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This episode sets the scene for upcoming discussions on AI4Science with world renowned experts on machine learning. The focus is on using machine learning to solve scientific problems, such as computational fluid dynamics, weather modeling, material design, and drug discovery. The episode introduces the concept of machine learning and its potential…
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Rhea and I hosted Professor Larry Mayer, Director of the Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping at the University of New Hampshire. He discussed the latest advancements in ocean floor mapping, utilizing sophisticated sonar technology to provide essential data on ocean currents and salinity, crucial components of the global water cycle. Comprehensive …
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Episode 44 continues the dermal reaction pattern with a look at sarcoidosis. Check out our first YouTube video! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=14A5gQNZFGM Donate to The Grenz Zone: https://grenzzonederm.com/donate/ Connect with us: Facebook │ Instagram www.grenzzonederm.com – includes excellent episode study guides! Feel free to contact us with an…
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This week on The Business of Open Source I have an episode I recorded on site at AI-Dev in Paris with Justin Cormack, CTO of Docker. We finally get around to talking about AI at the very end of the episode, but otherwise we talked business and open source and how Docker manages both. Here’s some of the take aways from the episode: There are upsides…
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In this episode of the Neil Ashton podcast, Neil interviews Dr. Chris Rumsey, Research Scientist at NASA Langley Research Center. Chris is one of the main CFD experts at NASA Langley is globally reconised as a leader in CFD, particularly for aeronautical applications. The conversation focuses on computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and turbulence mod…
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We have Mark Dowd on, founder of Aziumuth Security and one of the authors of The Art of Software Security Assessment, to talk about the market for zero day vulnerabilities, and how mitigations affect monetizing offensive security work. https://www.azimuthsecurity.com/ https://www.vigilantlabs.com/ https://github.com/mdowd79/presentations/blob/main/…
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My co-host Rhea Verbeke and I welcomed Professor Martin Truffer, a distinguished glaciologist, who highlighted the critical role glaciers play in maintaining stable water supplies. We explored the alarming rate of glacier retreat due to climate change, noting that while some glaciers may be beyond saving, others can still be preserved if we act qui…
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Today my guest is Anne O Krueger. She is a Senior Fellow at the School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, and the Herald L. and Caroline Ritch Emeritus Professor of Sciences and Humanities in the Economics Department at Stanford University. She served World Bank’s Chief Economist from 1982 to 1986, and the first deputy man…
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This week on The Business of Open Source, I spoke with Karthik Ranganathan, founder and co-CEO of Yugabyte. This is the second time Karthik has been on the podcast, but since three years had passed I thought it’d be a good idea to catch up and see what’s changed at Yugabyte and how his perspective on the open source commercial ecosystem has changed…
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In this episode, Neil speaks to Professor Jack Dongarra, a renowned figure in the supercomputing and high-performance computing (HPC) world. He is a Professor at University of Tennessee as well as a Distinguished Researcher at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) and a Turing Fellow at the University of Manchester. He is the inventor of the LINPACK…
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Welcome to yet another episode of the Build In Public Podcast! 🎉 Today's episode was live recorded in Austin where I interviewed Jason Cohen at the SaaStock conference in May 2024. Jason Cohen is a four-time entrepreneur across 24 years who has built both bootstrapped and VC-funded businesses in his career. He had two exits and two unicorns and has…
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Professor Stephan Pfister from ETH Zurich focuses on integrating water scarcity into life cycle assessments (LCA) to guide sustainable resource management. His research examines the trade-offs between water use, land use, and biodiversity, offering insights for improved environmental policies. Additionally, Professor Pfister highlights the need for…
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“I think the biggest takeaway for me has to be about the storytelling bit of it and how important it is to tell a story. And I think I will not even take the credit for it. I will give most of the credit to Sajith because of driving the whole process, right? If you look at him, he has done it three times. So the driving of the story, how do you tel…
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This week on The Business of Open Source, I spoke with André Eriksson, founder and CEO at Encore. We talked about how open source develops trust, something I also discussed in the episode I recorded with Reshma Khilnani. For Encore, it’s subtly different, though. In the case of Medplum, open source is a differentiator in a market that’s used to bla…
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In this episode, Neil interviews Pat Symonds, one of the most well known and respected engineers in Formula One. They discuss Pat's career in engineering, his time in Formula One, and the evolution of the sport. Pat shares insights into his early motivations, his work with different teams, and the challenges he faced. They also touch on the growth …
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Today my guest is Karthik Muralidharan. He is the Tata Chancellor's Professor of Economics at the University of California, San Diego. He is the author of the recent book Accelerating India’s Development: A State-Led Roadmap for Effective Governance.” We talked about the lacking state capacity in India, about improving the quality of public expendi…
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Atomically Precise Membranes by Professor Radha Boya at the The University of Manchester, is pioneering the development of atomically thin membranes using graphene and other two-dimensional materials. These angstrom-scale channels enable highly selective ion and molecule separation, greatly enhancing water desalination efficiency. Her work focuses …
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This week on The Business of Open Source I spoke with Saurav Pathak, chief product officier at Bagisto, about a very different kind of business relationship with open source — and open source software incubated in a larger company. There were tons of interesting nuggets in this episode, but some things I wanted to call out are: For open source proj…
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In this episode I speak to Prof Juan J. Alonso on his vision of the future of computational science as well as his journey from academia to entrepreneurship - founding Luminary Cloud. He reflects on the revolutions in computational science and the different ways of developing software throughout his career. Alonso emphasizes the importance of acade…
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Professor Kim Trevathan narrates his personal journey paddling the Tennessee River, reflecting on environmental changes observed over two decades. His narrative wove together personal anecdotes with environmental insights, illustrating how human interventions like damming have altered river ecosystems. Kim’s stories highlight the importance of dire…
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This week on The Business of Open Source I spoke with Tanmai Gopal, co-founder of Hasura. We talked about how Hasura grew out of Tanmai’s previous company, which was a consulting company. I like to call out examples of really novel open source businesses, but in fact the thing that stuck with me from the conversation with Tanmai was that Hasura is …
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In this conversation, Neil interviews Dimitris Katsanis, one of the world leading experts in bike design. They discuss the UCI regulations that govern bike design for road and track racing. Dimitris explains the evolution of bike design and the role of carbon fiber and titanium in creating lightweight and aerodynamic bikes. He also talks about his …
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Welcome to yet another episode of the Build In Public Podcast! 🎉 Today's episode is a fun one where the tables have turned and I got to be interviewed by my friend and a fellow podcaster Andrew Tsao. This episode was originally recorded in February 2024 and the publishing step got delayed due to other priorities until now (May 2024). In this conver…
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iykyk Transcript: https://securitycryptographywhatever.com/2024/05/25/ekr/ Links: - https://hovav.net/ucsd/dist/draft-shacham-tls-fasttrack-00.txt - https://crypto.stanford.edu/~dabo/pubs/papers/fasttrack.pdf - https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/html/rfc8446 - SoK: SCT Auditing in Certificate Transparency: https://arxiv.org/pdf/2203.01661 - A hard lo…
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Today my guests are Tom Easton and Arjun Ramani from The Economist. Tom Easton is Mumbai bureau chief. He joined The Economist in 2000 at the New York bureau and was appointed the Asian business editor in 2007. Arjun Ramani is on an extended stint in Mumbai and Delhi bureaus covering the Indian economy. Before this, he was the global business and e…
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In our today’s podcast episode, Rhea and I have welcomed Sterling Professor Menachem Elimelech from Yale University. He discussed the challenges and advancements in seawater desalination, emphasizing that significant gains lie in optimizing system design and using real-time monitoring and sensor technologies rather than focusing solely on new membr…
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This week on The Business of Open Source I spoke with Reshma Khilnani, CEO and founder of Medplum. Medplum is an open source electronic health record development platform, and one of the things I loved about this conversation is that Reshma is so focused on the healthcare industry — a level of focus that I find relatively rare in open source compan…
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Summary In this episode, Neil discusses four key career questions that you should think about. He explores the pros and cons of pursuing a PhD, the path to becoming a professor, and the opportunities in the tech sector. He highlights the importance of gaining industry experience and the potential for higher salaries in the tech sector. Neil also me…
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