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Chat With Traders is your key to the minds of trading's elite performers. Start listening to learn how a diverse mix of traders went from zero to hero, how they successfully trade markets today, and get their best tips 'n pointers for profitable performance, plus much more. Note: You are responsible for your own trading decisions—this is not financial advice.
 
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Luke Bayard: Entrepreneur, Business Strategist and Techie

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On Cult of Startup, Luke Bayard, invites special guests to recall the early days of starting there business before reaching their success. Listen as they share stories and advice based on there horrible, embarrassing or awesome experiences. In each episode Luke takes a nothing-off-limits approach to discovering why entrepreneurs found success. This hour will feel like you're hanging with your startup buddies. The format is informative, loose and most of all entertaining.
 
Since 2018, the Tolkien Experience Project has been collecting stories from Tolkien scholars and fans around the world. Now, we have partnered with The Prancing Pony Podcast and Dr. Sara Brown to create the Tolkien Experience Podcast — an attempt to bring the fan and scholarly communities together around our shared passion: the works of J.R.R. Tolkien! Each episode, Luke and Sara ask a notable scholar or member of the fan community to share their responses to the original Tolkien Experience ...
 
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CommScope RUCKUS

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The RUCKUS education team from CommScope brings you interesting topics with a wide range of guests to sit down and discuss all things that make up the product portfolio. We'll discuss topics including products from our portfolio, WiFi, routing and switching and more! We can't wait to share with you what our teams are up to.
 
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Internships can be an incredibly valuable resource to new professionals and are often the first professional work experience for many participants. It’s often the case that internship programs are suboptimal. Employers don’t always provide a clear path to success for the intern. Interns in turn don’t always have a resource to reach out for help or …
 
This week Ken welcomes writer and film critic Erik Childress to the show. Ken and Erik discuss Chicago, basically growing up in Shermer, Crime Story, John Hughes, Harry Caray, the curse of the Cubs, Dawson's Creek, the loudest voices today who are right wing careerless jerks, The Clinton Era and disgraced politicians, Kevin Williamson, Patrick Stew…
 
Episode #112 features John Vampatella, author of The Forgotten Game and award winning pitmaster, Vic Clevenger. John Vampatella is an outstanding author whose latest project is The Forgotten Game which details one of the greatest games in baseball history between the two most bitter rivals in the sport, the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox. …
 
As an extension of the previous episode, I present to you the second installment for the ‘Best of Day Trading.’ This is a compilation of highlights from past interviews, all of which are applicable to active day trading—from technical intricacies and strategy insights, to trading tales and broader viewpoints. Show notes + full episodes: https:chatw…
 
Most of the time, the entirety of the loan process is left by clients for loan officers to accomplish. With this in mind, client experience must always be prioritized in this complex transaction. Jen Du Plessis sits down with Brian Lykins, a Branch Manager in Kentucky, to discuss how to keep customers in touch and not leave them in the dark. He exp…
 
When creating a website, there’s no shortage of choices for how to do it. Builders must make strategic decisions about the language or framework they want to adopt. An important first consideration for many is selecting a web application framework like React or Vue. Motivated by a low page response time and good user experience, many developers wan…
 
Application observability is a fairly mature area. Engineering teams have a wide selection of tools they can choose to adopt and a significant amount of thought leadership and philosophy already exists giving guidance for managing your application. That application is going to persist data. As you scale up, your system is invariably going to experi…
 
Consumers are increasingly becoming aware of how detrimental it can be when companies mismanage data. This demand has fueled regulations, defined standards, and applied pressure to companies. Modern enterprises need to consider corporate risk management and regulatory compliance. In this interview, I speak with Terry O’Daniel, Director of Engineeri…
 
On this episode we chat with my long time friend Chip Baker. Chip has been a busy man as of late, going around the country promoting his most recent book release "The Impact of Influence 2." On top of that he has steadily been chopping it up with successful people in all walks of life on his YouTube series "The Success Chronicles." So sit back and …
 
This week Ken welcomes artist, novelist and listener Luke Geddes. Ken and Luke discuss central time, growing up in Wisconsin, Mountain Time, High Altitude baking instructions, Appleton, Caroline in the City, The Canada of America, the first Halloween after 911, the post VCR pre-web video era of lost media, how movies on the cover of TV Guide is che…
 
On this 5th episode I was joined by Sam Stoxen of the powerhouse label PHAGE TAPES and a long time friend from my home town and bandmate from our HN trio GRAIN BELT. We discuss running a label and he shared lots of valuable information for anyone running a noise label, working with a noise label, or buying from a noise label. PATREON supporters hav…
 
Episode #111 features another spectacular visit from Ryan Cooper and Sean Ludwig, creators of The Smoke Sheet and NYC BBQ as well as an interview with author, Lawrence Baldassaro who has written an outstanding book on a New York Yankees legend, Tony Lazzeri. Ryan Cooper and Sean Ludwig are back and better than ever. Ryan is the founder of the BBQ T…
 
Thanks to the amazing books, blogs, videos, quickstarts, frameworks, and other software-related resources, getting started as a software engineer is easier than ever. Although you can get started in a day, it can take years to become a master of the craft and most practitioners describe it as a profession of lifelong learning. Titus Winters is a Se…
 
With a few impressive exceptions, software is rarely written by one person. It takes a team and as that team outgrows a single shared office, coordination and communication become emergent problems. There are lots of lessons to be learned from companies that have already found approaches that scale. In this episode, I interview Tramale Turner, Head…
 
MacroVoices Erik Townsend and Patrick Ceresna welcome Alhambra Investments' CIO Jeffrey Snider to the show. Jeff gives the first truly credible counter-argument to date for the secular inflation thesis that so many of our previous expert guests have come around to in the last couple of years. Link: https://bit.ly/30JPTZF…
 
To truly achieve financial freedom, it doesn't matter how much your salary is but how much passive income you have. Today, Jen Du Plessis introduces real estate investor and bestselling author of Financial Freedom with Real Estate Investing, Michael Blank. Michael is a leading authority on apartment building investing in the United States. In this …
 
Neural networks, in particular, deep neural networks have revolutionized machine learning. Researchers and companies have pushed on the efficiency of every aspect of the machine learning lifecycle. The impact of the trained models is particularly significant for computer vision and in turn for autonomous driving and security systems. In this episod…
 
Harsh noise overlord Tommy Carlsson joins me for a lengthy conversation about his project TRERIKSRÖSET and his long running involvement in the noise underground. Iff you enjoy, consider supporting the podcast at patreon.com/whitecentipedenoise Thanks for checking out this fourth episode of White Centipede Noise Podcast! New episodes air weekly, pre…
 
Modern businesses run on the cloud and increasingly so they run on multi-cloud infrastructure. As any growing company can tell you, cloud costs can easily run far out of control. Today’s enterprises are trying to deliver new products and services at a fast pace. That needs to be done in a cost-effective, ideally cloud-agnostic way. In this intervie…
 
On this episode we conduct another small business spotlight with my former student Erik Regalado. Erik runs Lawn Boys, a lawn care and maintenance business located in The Woodlands, TX. This young man has taken the untraditional route of starting a business first and using the funds from that to put himself through school. This route has kept him d…
 
On this week's episode of White Centipede Noise Podcast, I talk with Stefan Aune (KJOSTAD, BREAKING THE WILL, New Forces label), Brad Griggs, and Luke Tandy (BEING, Skeleton Dust Records) about their many activities as stalwarts of the international noise scene, their midwestern roots, and their crushing harsh noise collaborative projects HEAT SIGN…
 
October 3-9, 1992 This week Ken welcomes filmmaker, and all around talent, Shaina Feinberg to the show. Ken and Shaina discuss newly borns, how 1992 is a good year for Ken, Joan Rivers, The Real World, MTV, growing up in Manhattan, how big a difference a few years seems when you are younger, how people with a different style than you can seem way o…
 
Episode #110 features Andy Husbands talking barbecue, Larry Olmsted explaining how being a sports fan enhances your life, and our very own Jeff Cohen telling about his incredible New York Mets Fantasy Camp experience including interviews with Duffy Dyer and Joel Youngblood. Andy Husbands is a chef, restaurateur, author, and television personality. …
 
In this special episode of the Tolkien Experience Podcast, Luke, Sarah, and Sara wrap up the second season! They thank the listeners, reflect on some of their favorite interviews and the changes to the podcast over the year, and share how their own Tolkien Experience has shifted this year! We hope you enjoy it. Remember, there will be more TEP comi…
 
To many people’s surprise tech sales is not much of an art. It’s actually a regimented science where reps have clear step-by-step processes to bring in new business. Each stage takes the customer closer to the end of the deal and consists of learning more about the customer’s needs. A CRM is a database reps use to track this customer journey allowi…
 
MacroVoices Erik Townsend and Patrick Ceresna welcome Saxo Bank Commodity Strategy chief Ole Hansen to the show to discuss the outlook for commodities with the macro backdrop of secular inflation, which Ole sees on the near horizon, and whether gold, copper, or other commodities will be the best inflation hedge for what lies ahead. Link: https://bi…
 
Why do we tend to procrastinate when we have plenty of tasks to do? Join our host Jen Du Plessis as she talks with Wendy Hart to give us all a better understanding of procrastination. Wendy is an international speaker and coach and the creator of The Procrastination Cure. She provides deeper knowledge on how our brain works. Having experienced a dr…
 
The banking industry uses technology that some modern software engineers may regard as out of date or old-fashioned. Entrepreneurs wanting to create products in the banking space historically faced a steep curve to build software that could integrate with established banking systems. Christopher Dean seeks to change that. He founded Treasury Prime,…
 
The internet is a layer cake of technologies and protocols. At a fundamental level, the internet runs on the TCP/IP protocol. It’s a packet based system. When your browser requests a file from a web server, that server chops up the file into tiny pieces known as packets and puts them on the network labeled with your machine’s address as its destina…
 
I’ve gone back over the years and gathered a variety of my favourite clips that relate to day trading (in one way or another). Some include conversation about technical nuances and unique edges, some are interesting stories, others may help you to better read the market and develop the skills that day trading demands… Given the lengthy list of day …
 
Machine learning models must first be trained. That training results in a model which must be serialized or packaged up in some way as a deployment artifact. A popular deployment path is using Tensorflow.js to take advantage of the portability of JavaScript, allowing your model to be run on a web server or client. Gant Laborde is Chief Innovation O…
 
It does not matter if it runs on your machine. Your code must run in the production environment and it must do so performantly. For that, you need tooling to better understand your application’s behavior under different circumstances. In the earliest days of software development, all we had were logs, which are still around and incredibly useful. Y…
 
August 24-30, 1974 Another long time coming guest, this week Ken welcomes comedian Blaine Capatch to the show. Ken and Blaine discuss throwing to a clip, classic cars, 1974, growing up in PA, weird square back cars, music instruction schools, Godsmack, Stryper, bad metal bands, working in music stores, guitars, speculation without Googleation, Susi…
 
On this episode my good friend Dr. Jesse Robinson changes places with me and conducts the interview. We dive into my educational philosophies, practices, and anything else educational one could think of. He does an excellent job going behind the curtain and getting to the root of all my outside projects namely the podcast and books. So sit back, re…
 
Episode 109 features an outstanding author and an incredible maker of sauces. Luke Epplin is an author whose writing has appeared in The Atlantic, The New Yorker, GQ, Slate, Salon, The Daily Beast, and The Paris Review Daily. His latest project is the book, Our Team: The Epic Story of Four Men and the World Series That Changed Baseball. The book tr…
 
Angular is a free and open-source web application framework. It’s maintained by the Angular team at Google. It’s used by millions of web applications and has a strong ecosystem of core contributors and library builders. In this episode, I interview Minko Gechev, Developer Relations Lead at Google. We explore several aspects of open-source software …
 
MacroVoices Erik Townsend and Patrick Ceresna welcome to the show, Simplify Asset Management Chief Strategist and portfolio manager Mike Green. They start the discussion with a review of this week’s Federal Reserve announcements regarding inflation and asset purchase tapering, then move on to the question of where digital currency is headed, and wh…
 
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