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Best M Scott Ford podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best M Scott Ford podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Legacy Code Rocks explores the world of modernizing existing software applications. Hosts Andrea Goulet and M. Scott Ford of Corgibytes are out to change the way you think about legacy code. If you’re like a lot of people, when you hear the words “legacy code” it conjures up images of big mainframes and archaic punch card machines. While that’s true — it only tells a small part of the story. The truth is, the code you leave behind is your legacy, so let's make it a good one.
 
I am Chris Hardwick. This podcast used to be called Nerdist. Now it is not. It is still basically just me talking about stuff and things with my two nerdy friends Jonah Ray and Matt Mira when they’re available, and usually someone more famous and smarter than all of us. Swearing is still fun, so we still do that occasionally. I hope you like this new iteration which is the same as before, but if a name hangs you up unhealthily I’m sure you will not hesitate to unfurl your rage not only in th ...
 
Scott Ford, M.Ed., is the ONLY talk show host in Texas and the United Stated that has been both a classroom teacher and worked for or with the DEA, FBI, and CIA. Scott has been an award-winning educator for over 16 years and has the honor of teaching public school and college students. In addition to his teaching, he also has done work for the DEA, FBI, and CIA. He walked away from a $150,000 position with the NSA because of their blatant and continuing violation of our civil rights. ------- ...
 
Welcome to the world’s best, certainly most practical, marketing show. Tim Reid here (you can call me Timbo) - I’m the founder and host. In its 7th year, The Small Business Big Marketing Show is laser-focussed on helping you, the motivated business owner, implement clever, effective marketing ideas that you can use to grow your business into the empire it deserves to be. Or maybe you’re a startup looking for mind-blowingly good marketing ideas that don’t cost a fortune. Well, you’re in the r ...
 
Tank Riot is a never dull audio podcast that digs deep into the minds of Viktor, Sputnik, and Tor. Each podcast starts you on a winding audio journey with destinations such as Fritz Haber, Edward Bernays, William Henry Harrison, Woodrow Wilson, Hogan's Heroes, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Stranger Things, CFAA, Spectre, The Martian, Pope Francis's Global Warming Encyclical, Vincent van Gogh, John Carpenter, Nick Drake, Ada Lovelace, Deep State, Blaxploitation Films, Spaghetti Westerns, John Way ...
 
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Ron Perlman returns to the podcast! He and Chris catch up with each other since the last time he was on the show, Ron talks about how his quarantine has been and talks about having structure benefits his daily schedule. Ron also talks about his upcoming movies Run with the Hunted and The Big Ugly, what they think the future of movie theaters will h…
 
There are many causes of technical debt - unknown or ill-defined requirements, business pressures to deliver fast, procedural deficiencies during development, and many more. These are often just manifestations of a larger problem - lack of understanding due to limitations of natural language and inability to predict future social and technical deve…
 
Four years ago, Jason Clark closed the door on a failed fitness franchise, kissing $400,000 good-bye. On that same day, his wife gave birth to their second child. Four years on and Jason’s never been happier, thanks to a smart business decision, some clever marketing, and (most-importantly) four words uttered by his exhausted wife! It’s a tell-all …
 
Diallo Riddle (South Side, Sherman's Showcase) chats with Chris about his show Sherman’s Showcase getting picked up for a second season, how he has been dealing with the quarantine and having three young kids. He also talks about getting into comedy while in college, coming up with his shows with his friends and everything that he is currently work…
 
100 Things founder Sebastian Terry is on a mission to tick 100 things off a list he wrote the day after his best friend died. Little did he know that that list would change everything, not the least of which was creating a global movement. It’s a ridiculously inspiring episode 505 of The (award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing podcast. A littl…
 
Do you ever feel like we are entering the age of democratization of software development? Do you fear that the platforms enabling novices with little coding experience to develop software applications are commoditizing your service as a developer? Today we talk with James Augeri, a serial entrepreneur, Techstars alumni, U.S. Airforce veteran, and a…
 
In 10 years, today’s guest has turned a $2M marketing spend into $25M in revenue. Ka-ching! And he joins us to share 6 proven marketing strategies for small business that helped him get there. It’s a chin-scratching episode 504 of The (award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing podcast. Cham Tang is the co-founder of Authentic Education, a multi-m…
 
Bryan Clayton used to mow lawns for a living. Now he’s the founder of GreenPal, an online service connecting homeowners to lawn care professionals. And here’s the kicker - in just three years it’s turning over $20M a year, and experiencing 100% growth, year-on-year. It’s a well fertilised episode 503 of The (award-winning) Small Business Big Market…
 
When dealing with legacy code, it is easy to forget that the pipeline to deploy that code could be just as much "legacy' as the code itself. So how do you puzzle your way through resurrecting the pipeline, and how do you handle a legacy application from a CI/CD pipeline standpoint? Today we talk with Laura Santamaria, a LogDNA's development advocat…
 
Today's episode is a great case study of how to successfully rebrand without alienating your customers. Imagine building a multi-million dollar brand that you absolutely love, only to find (due to legal reasons) you have to rebrand it, not once, but twice. All this whilst going through an ugly separation, and being a single mum of a newborn. It’s a…
 
Want to know how to adapt your marketing during Coronavirus? COVID-19 has thrown up all sorts of challenges, and opportunities, for business owners everywhere. Some have sadly had to close, some are finding it incredibly tough, whilst others are innovating like they’ve never done before. Today’s guest fits into that category. It’s a challenge-every…
 
How many pairs of eyes are needed to ensure the quality of a newly written code? When do you send your code to an impartial reviewer? Is a review always necessary? Today we talk with Pranay Suresh, a Silicon Valley startup expert, a former software engineer at Tesla, and a mentor and angel investor about code reviews. Pranay gives us a few tips on …
 
Your most asked small business marketing questions answered. "If you had only 20-minutes a day to market your business, what would you do?" "What stand-out marketing ideas have you been blown away by?" "Who's been your favourite guest, and why?" These are just three of the questions you wonderful listeners have sent in for me to answer in this week…
 
Kathryn Hahn returns to the podcast! She and Chris talk about making Kit Kat cakes, nightmares of auditioning and roles and how their careers have changed over the years. Kathryn also talks about how she and her family are dealing with quarantine, they dive deep into the song A Nightmare on My Street and talk about all her upcoming projects includi…
 
On today’s episode, how a Year 10 dropout saw a film that changed the entire direction of his career … in fact, of his life. “We chose denim because jeans are a staple, they are also a piece of clothing that says a lot about you, and for that reason we believe we offer something unique to those people who want to do the right thing and help others.…
 
Colman Domingo returns to the podcast! He and Chris talk about what they have been doing during the quarantine, how they think the world will be different after Covid-19 and how being mindful of others can be helpful. They also talk about their love of making art, Colman talks about figuring out who he is and they talk about Colman’s new web show B…
 
Switching from a monolithic architecture to microservices has become an accelerating trend these days. Many tech leaders have already successfully transitioned, and many others are planning to follow suit. But is it always wise to abandon the monolith and adopt the services approach? And if the answer is yes, how to make the transition least painfu…
 
Thomas Middleditch chats with Chris about how unique improv can be, finding the perfect comedy partner and they talk about how businesses are affected by the stay at home orders. They also talk about making comedy on all the social media platforms, Thomas talks about his upcoming projects and his new improv specials Middleditch and Schwartz on Netf…
 
Coding with empathy is one of the Corgibytes' core principles, underlying everything we talk about on this show. But not since 2016 have we taken a step back and dived deep into the subject of empathy, what it means, and how to practice it. Today we talk with Indi Young, a speaker, writer, and UX researcher dedicated to empowering makers and mender…
 
When repaying debt, it helps to know how big it is. The same holds for technical debt. The problem is: how do you measure it? Today we talk with Daniel Okwufulueze, a technology leader, programming polyglot, writer, and senior engineer at dunnhumby. Daniel helps us define technical debt and tells us how to quantify it without falling into usual pit…
 
In this episode, the team discusses things to do in bunkers. Including: Picard, Steve Buscemi, Dark Ages, Lego Masters, Lost in Space, The Good Place, Glow, End Times Fun, The Curse of Oak Island, Spencer Confidential, Onward, Uncut Gems, Birds of Prey, Better Call Saul, MST3K Live, The Outsider, Ozark, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, and more!…
 
Jason Scott Lee (Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story, Mulan) and Chris talk about his role in Back to the Future II, Jason talks about studying martial arts for his role as Bruce Lee and what martial arts has taught him about regular life. Jason also talks about his years working on a farm and living off the grid, getting back into acting and his upcoming …
 
Maulik Pancholy (Sanjay and Craig, 30 Rock) and Chris have a Sanjay and Craig reunion! They talk about how much fun it was to do the voices on Sanjay and Craig, the crazy storylines of the show and how Maulik fell into comedy. Maulik also talks about how important it is to have characters all kids can relate to, what inspired him to write his book …
 
The code is predictable. Binary. It either works, or it doesn't. Working with people is much messier. Their actions and reactions are not easy to predict. Or are they? Today we talk with Claudius Mbemba, a tech leader, public speaker, and the CTO of Neu, about personality tests. How useful they are, which one to choose, is it enough to use only one…
 
In a world ruled by major corporations and big financial institutions, it’s unlikely for a young company to quickly grab a significant chunk of the market. But that’s exactly what a digital pocket money concept did. Not only that, but it has also been able to solve a pain point faced by most parents and built a reputation for being trustworthy. Tod…
 
As a small business owner, you’ve probably been finding difficulty grabbing your customer’s attention in a world that is constantly bombarded by mass advertising. How do you stand out? How do you get your message across? You know that if customers just took notice of your business even for just one moment, they’ll definitely buy your product. In th…
 
To paraphrase Lewellyn Falco, when one person is programming, it is that person's best ideas that are being encoded into the software; when two people are programming together, you get the best ideas from both of them. Today we are talking with Harald Reingruber, a software engineer who specializes in visual and spatial computing, about his upcomin…
 
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