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Best Mathew Williams podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Mathew Williams podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Bringing exciting people and news that matters. Also broadcasting live every week on Thursday at 5 PM Eastern time from the YouNow app. For more information contact us.
 
Ordinary people who do unthinkable things...The Minds of Madness is a True Crime Podcast that examines the most disturbing criminal minds and the impact violent crimes have on survivors of homicide.
 
Technical interviews about software topics.
 
healthsystemCIO.com is the sole online-only publication dedicated to exclusively and comprehensively serving the information needs of healthcare CIOs.
 
JB and Phil (from Eggchasers Rugby Podcast) branch out into a new venture. If you love Rugby and like listening to the people in and around the game, players, agents, coaches, bloggers then this is for you.
 
This podcast features Open Book and A Good Read. In Open Book Mariella Frostrup talks to authors about their work. In A Good Read Harriett Gilbert discusses favourite books.
 
Home of the Interplanetary CubeSat Workshop
 
The Virginia History Podcast covers the rich history that has made the Commonwealth what it is today. Events covered during this podcast will include - Colonial Era American War for Independence Pre-Civil War Civil War Reconstruction Early Modern Virginia During the World's Wars Cold War Virginia Contemporary Virginia Along the way, I will blog, mostly small notes, resources, and pictures to supplement the history at www.vahistorypodcast.com
 
News, reviews and interviews - about your favorite thing - movies!
 
Ireland's leading BIM Podcast
 
How do you build a successful, sustainable, marketing driven organization? Listen to Leads2Scale each week for insights from some of the smartest minds in marketing today.
 
The Not Governed By Reason Podcast is a live, weekly show that is a safe space for you to laugh at offensive and terrible jokes while staying informed about the current happenings in the world! Every Tuesday, hosts Doug Ware and Josh Coleman are joined by various guests to discuss and dissect current news from the week, but from a twisted, no-holds barred perspective! Watch Not Governed By Reason LIVE every TUESDAY at 6PM MST on Facebook! www.facebook.com/notgovernedbyreason
 
Presentations from the 2008 K-12 Online Conference (video versions.) The 2008 K-12 Online Conference is a free, international, online event for educators around the globe. The purpose of the conference is to advance the use of leading-edge educational technologies (specifically web 2.0 tools) in the cause of high-quality K-12 teaching and learning, worldwide. The conference, and related information, is located at: http://k12onlineconference.org. A panel of distinguished technology educators ...
 
Presentations from the 2008 K-12 Online Conference (audio-only versions.) The 2008 K-12 Online Conference is a free, international, online event for educators around the globe. The purpose of the conference is to advance the use of leading-edge educational technologies (specifically web 2.0 tools) in the cause of high-quality K-12 teaching and learning, worldwide. The conference, and related information, is located at: http://k12onlineconference.org. A panel of distinguished technology educa ...
 
The All Rise Legal Hour Radio Show is a project of the nonprofit Justice & Accountability Center of Louisiana. The show features conversations with attorneys, advocates, and impacted community members on all things criminal justice in Louisiana.Tune into to WHIV LP 102.3 FM every other Wednesday at 6pm, and subscribe to our podcast. Stream live at whivfm.org.
 
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The word “DevOps” has a different definition depending on who you ask. For some people, it is about the process of managing and releasing code. It can involve container management and server orchestration. It can involve infrastructure-as-code, and safer configuration management. In addition to a set of technologies, DevOps can be seen as a managem…
 
The ridesharing infrastructure of Lyft has a high volume of traffic that is mostly handled by servers on AWS. When Vicki Cheung joined Lyft in 2018, the company was managing containers with an internally built container scheduler. One of her primary goals at the company was to move Lyft to Kubernetes. In today’s episode, Vicki gives an overview of …
 
Lawton started his career at the Western Daily Press in 1993 before joining the Daily Express and then The Daily Telegraph. He moved to the Daily Mail in 2002 and was chief football correspondent and executive sport editor before becoming chief sports reporter. In September 2019 he joined The Times. Lawton was named Sports News Reporter of the Year…
 
For organizations like NYU Langone, digital isn’t a buzzword; it’s a philosophy of leveraging technology to improve patient care, make processes more efficient, and reduce costs, says CIO Nader Mherabi.By Anthony Guerra
 
If the Internet was reimagined with the software and hardware infrastructure we have today, what would it look like? That is the question that DFINITY is working on answering. DFINITY’s goal is to build a decentralized, secure Internet computer. DFINITY takes concepts from the cryptocurrency world, but it is focused on computation, not financial pr…
 
One of the biggest mistakes organizations can make? Focusing too much on the day to day, and not enough on strategic planning, says CIO Danny Scott. In this interview, he talks about what he has done to establish a “real vision” at Good Samaritan.By Anthony Guerra
 
Webflow is a visual programming tool used by designers, developers, and other technical users. Webflow is a leader in the “low code” or “no code” category of software tools that has become prominent in the last few years. Webflow has been years in the making. In a previous show with Webflow CEO Vlad Magdalin, he told the story of being heads down o…
 
Software has changed the way the world functions. The rapid pace of change has made it difficult to know how to navigate the new world. Knowledge workers who want to keep advancing in their careers develop a strategy of continuous learning in order to adapt to these changes. O’Reilly Media has existed for almost 40 years, providing resources for th…
 
In December of 1990 the Tiede family was on a break from their hectic lives up at their remote country cabin in Oakley, Utah. Rolf and Kaye along their two daughters Linae and Tricia were busily prepping for their annual Christmas party when suddenly, the tranquility was shattered by two cold-hearted intruders. The aftermath would haunt the Tiede’s…
 
CIOs receive numerous requests for implementing advanced analytics solutions by different internal service lines excited by the news from other organizations. A parallel push comes from vendor companies interested in selling solutions to them. These offerings, in many cases, have competing interests for predicting similar measures, and they all cla…
 
Deepa Anappara and Rob Doyle on their new novels; Helen Fielding's book she'd never lendBy BBC Radio 4
 
EP: 103 Sam Hidalgo-Clyne For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
 
GraphQL has become a core piece of infrastructure for many software applications. GraphQL is used to make requests that are structured as GraphQL queries and responded to through a GraphQL server. The GraphQL server processes the query and fetches the response from the necessary databases, APIs, and backend services. Around 2016, when GraphQL was b…
 
The JavaScript ecosystem stretches across frontend, backend, and middleware. There are newer tools such as GraphQL, Gatsby, and WebAssembly. There are frameworks like React, Vue, and Angular. There is complex data handling with streams, caches, and TensorFlow.js. JavaScript is unlike any other ecosystem, because a single language can be used to con…
 
Cloud infrastructure is usually consumed in the form of virtual machines or containers. These VMs or containers are running on a physical host machine that is also running other VMs and containers. This is called multitenancy. Servers across cloud providers such as AWS have a high utilization because there are multiple virtual instances running on …
 
Edge computing is the usage of servers that are geographically close to the client device. The first common use case for edge computing was CDNs: content-delivery networks. A content delivery network placed media files such as images and videos on multiple servers throughout the world. These are big files, and they take lots of bandwidth to transfe…
 
For many explorers, it was a race to see which expedition would be the first to chart and reach the Earth’s Magnetic South Pole. A conquest finally accomplished by the Nimrod Expedition in 1909. A member of that team, 26-year-old Sir Douglas Mawson also held that honor and place in history. A few short years later Mawson would lead his own expediti…
 
Deborah Scaling Kiley sat in a rubber dingy in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, reciting the Lord’s Prayer in a desperate attempt to convince herself she hadn’t gone mad. The water surrounding the boat had turned a sickly shade of red, as the blood of her devoured crew mate rose to the surface. Deadly Misadventures is ad-free and available exclusi…
 
Every large company generates large amounts of data. Data engineering is the process of storing, transforming, and leveraging that data. Data infrastructure companies provide tools and platforms for performing data engineering. The last fifteen years has seen a rise in modern data management companies built in a time of decreasing storage costs, an…
 
Movie Meltdown - Episode 512 This outing we crawl our way into the disaster movie genre, as we spend a good portion of the episode trying to decide - just what makes a disaster movie. Plus we discuss our Sofa Theater feature - Crawl starring Kaya Scodelario, Barry Pepper and directed by Alexandre Aja. And while we all work on our horrendous Michael…
 
Slack is a messaging platform for organizations. Since its creation in 2013, Slack has quickly become a core piece of technology used by a wide variety of technology companies, groups, and small teams. The messages that are sent on Slack are generated at a very high volume, and are extremely sensitive. These messages must be stored on Slack’s serve…
 
NoSQL databases provide an interface for storing and accessing data that allows the user to work with data in an “unstructured” fashion. SQL databases require the data in the database to be “normalized,” meaning that each object in the entire database has an entry (or a null value) for each field. One advantage of NoSQL is that the different object…
 
Amazon EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud) is a virtualized server product that provides the user with scalable compute infrastructure. EC2 was created in 2006 as one of the first three AWS services along with S3 and Simple Queueing Service. Since then, EC2 has provided the core server infrastructure for many of the companies that have been built in the cl…
 
Amazon’s container offerings include ECS (Elastic Container Service), EKS (Elastic Kubernetes Service), and Fargate. Through these different offerings, Amazon provides a variety of ways that a user can manage Kubernetes clusters and standalone container instances. The choice of which containerization system to choose depends on the needs of the use…
 
Sometimes the most effective way to help develop staff is to take them away from the day to day, says CIO Mathew Gaug, who talks about why he’s a firm believer in cross-training and rounding.By Anthony Guerra
 
There is no doubt security is top of mind with just about every healthcare IT executive. But according to Ryan Witt, managing director of healthcare with Proofpoint, many of those executives are making their security investments in the wrong places. That’s because while focusing on the network is still the defense of choice, cybercriminals have cha…
 
When the Kubernetes project was started, Amazon Web Services was the dominant cloud provider. Most of the code that runs AWS is closed source, which prevents an open ecosystem from developing around AWS. Developers who deploy their application onto AWS are opting into a closed, controlled ecosystem, which has both costs and benefits. The software i…
 
In 2014, Iana Kasian left war-torn Kiev, Ukraine and immigrated to sunny Los Angeles, California to build a new life for herself. Shortly after arriving, she met the man of her dreams......or so she thought. A wealthy screenwriter and graphic novelist who showered her with gifts and promised her the world with a hidden and very disturbing dark side…
 
Movie Meltdown - Episode 511 This episode we celebrate Life Day and the final chapter in the Skywalker saga... The Rise of Skywalker. Join us as we discuss the finer points of this latest movie. How effective it is as the last movie in this most recent trilogy. And how well it wraps up this huge story arc that has meant so much to so many people - …
 
In 2017, Valerie McDaniel was a prominent veterinarian, running a successful practice, while focusing much of her attention on raising her eight-year-old daughter. Although she’d recently left an unhappy marriage of 17 years, she quickly found herself falling in love with another man. Music Credits: The Minds Of Madness Theme Music – Duncan Foster …
 
Enjoy this audio version of our recent HIT Policy Update Webinar with Dr. John Halamka, newly appointed president of the Mayo Clinic Platform.By Anthony Guerra
 
freeCodeCamp was started five years ago with the goal of providing free coding education to anyone on the Internet. freeCodeCamp has become the best place to begin learning how to write software. There are many other places that a software engineer should visit on their educational journey, but freeCodeCamp is the best place to start, because it is…
 
Although motivating the staff and being able to translate IT speak are critical attributes in CIOs, perhaps the most important is “being transparent with the resources you’re given,” says William Walders, who talks about his experience.By Anthony Guerra
 
The software category known as “no-code” describes a set of tools that can be used to build software without writing large amounts of code in a programming language. No-code tools use visual interfaces such as spreadsheets and web based drag-and-drop systems. In previous shows, we have covered some of the prominent no-code products such as Airtable…
 
The goal of an IT department isn’t to implement technology in hopes of solving problems. It’s partnering with providers and the business to create solutions using technology to improve care, says CIO Mathew Gaug.By Anthony Guerra
 
Roblox is a gaming platform with a large ecosystem of players, creators, game designers, and entrepreneurs. The world of Roblox is a three-dimensional environment where characters and objects interact through a physics engine. Roblox is multiplayer, and users can interact with each other over the Internet. Roblox is not one single game—it is a syst…
 
Cruise is a company that is building a fully automated self-driving car service. The infrastructure of a self-driving car platform presents a large number of new engineering problems. Self-driving cars collect vast quantities of data as they are driving around the city. This data needs to be transferred from the cars onto cloud servers. The data ne…
 
The software supply chain includes cloud infrastructure, on-prem proprietary solutions, APIs, programming languages, networking products, and open source software. Each of these software categories has its own security vulnerabilities, and each category has tools that can help protect a company from attackers that are trying to exploit known vulner…
 
Benjamin Markovits, PG Wodehouse, Family rows in novels and child prodigiesBy BBC Radio 4
 
Enjoy the audio version of this webinar on the transition many health systems are making to an enterprise imaging paradigm. Featuring Joseph Marion, Principal, Healthcare Integration Strategies; ​Brandon Taggart, Managing Member & Principal Consultant, ​Konfidi Healthcare IT Consulting; & Chris Magyar, Senior Product Manager, Enterprise Medical Ima…
 
GitLab is a company that builds an open source platform for managing git repositories. GitLab was started in 2012, and has grown to have a large enterprise business with additional products such as continuous integration and security tooling. GitLab is also known for being a large, entirely remote workforce. GitLab does not have any offices, and th…
 
In which a series outlining Virginia's "First Families" is begun by introducing the Bolling Family Line.
 
Automation has the potential to eliminate rote jobs such as call center workers and truck drivers. The downstream effects of automation also leads to new jobs, such as data labeling and robot operations. The net effect of modern automation technology is unclear, but it is likely to cause some disruption in the job market. Universal Basic Income (UB…
 
Attack of the Killer Soundtrack 59 As the world is about to be reintroduced to Lando Calrissian on the big screen, we thought what better time than to talk with Billy Dee Williams about his crossovers into the music industry. And of course, along the way we build a soundtrack from his different films and music tie-ins. “...they were sort of gearing…
 
When stepping into an IT environment where things have been “bolted on,” a CIO’s first priority should be to “create a framework for service requests, and improve communication among departments,” says William Walders.By Anthony Guerra
 
Logging provides raw data that can be abstracted into higher level information. Logs are generated at every layer of infrastructure: physical host, virtual machine, container, pod, and Kubernetes cluster. Logs are generated by network proxies, edge servers, and API requests. There is far too much logging information to be read by humans. Log messag…
 
Offices have historically been the place where most knowledge work takes place. An office is a central meeting point for everyone in an organization. Offices allow for high bandwidth, in-person communication. Employees have access to shared resources, such as food, tables, and quiet working space. Offices provide a means of encouraging a common cul…
 
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