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The Being An Engineer podcast is a central repository in which we collect and share industry knowledge & best practices associated with the discipline of engineering. We hope that engineers throughout the world will benefit from this content as they connect with the companies, technologies, people, resources, and opportunities that are relevant to their engineering or engineering-adjacent roles. Contact us at info@teampipeline.us. Intro and Outro music by John Martell
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ASME's Unconventional Engineering

ASME's Unconventional Engineering

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ASME's Executive Director/CEO Tom Costabile welcomes guests from across the world of mechanical engineering to discover the interesting and unconventional ways they are using their skills to advance engineering for the benefit of humanity.
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Women have been a minority in the engineering field for years, which has made it harder for them to grow their careers. The Women in Engineering Podcast (WIE) is a vital resource for women in engineering, offering inspiration, knowledge, and how to career advice. Hosted by Mechanical Engineer Tiffani Teachey, the show features interviews with successful female engineers who are looking to help the next generation of female engineers succeed. This podcast is a go-to destination for female eng ...
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Women have been a minority in the engineering field for years, which has made it harder for them to grow their careers. The Women in Engineering Podcast (WIE) is a vital resource for women in engineering, offering inspiration, knowledge, and how to career advice. Hosted by Mechanical Engineer Tiffani Teachey, the show features interviews with successful female engineers who are looking to help the next generation of female engineers succeed. This podcast is a go-to destination for female eng ...
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Lock The Quill

MIT Mechanical Engineering Pappalardo Lab

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Interviews and antics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Department of Mechanical Engineering Pappalardo Lab - the most wicked lab on campus.
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Our podcast balances general mobility topics with technical deep dives. We invite you to join us for an episode to share your perspective in our ever-changing industry. Our listeners are not only technical enthusiasts, but also managers and new engineers exploring your topic and looking to gain a high-level understanding of a wide range of topics in the mobility technology field. We cover topics ranging from EV, ADAS, simulation/testing and more.
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Grumpy Old Geeks

Jason DeFillippo & Brian Schulmeister with Dave Bittner

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As one of the longest-running podcasts, "Grumpy Old Geeks" discovers what went wrong on the Internet, and who's to blame. Every week they cut through the BS from big tech and tell you what's really going on. With wide-ranging topics, this show has something for everyone. There is a reason Elon Musk, Mark Zuckerberg, and that crowd all hate this podcast. Listen and find out for yourself!
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Hi this is Scott Tarcy and welcome to the Engineering Entrepreneur Podcast Join us for bi-weekly episodes, each lasting around 30 minutes, as we dive into the stories and insights of engineering entrepreneurs who have transformed their inventions into successful businesses. I’m a mechanical engineer and the president of CADdesignhelp.com. My company does CAD work and prototyping. I love designing and inventing products and creating businesses around that activity. There are many podcasts out ...
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Nectar is an award-winning product development company based in southern California. Our product design and development process is an interdisciplinary approach combining industrial design, user experience design, mechanical engineering, and electrical engineering that ensures product designs are successfully executed into production. We’ve been helping clients design products that connect to their users and expand their markets for over 30 years. We are firm believers in the team approach t ...
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An entertaining and revealing podcast, highlighting some of the most badass minority women in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math(STEM) today. You are going to laugh, cry, shout, be inspired, and gain new knowledge from these amazing women. Hosted by award-winning STEM advocate, educator, strategist, mechanical engineer, and motivational speaker, Dr. Natoshia Anderson (Dr. Toshia), join us for an engaging, invigorating, motivational, and inspirational journey.
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Unlock the latest advances in HVAC Engineering and equipment design for commercial and industrial HVAC applications worldwide. This is the stuff they don't teach you in school. Mechanical Engineers, building operators, contractors and everyone in the commercial space, this podcast is for you. Sit back, relax, press play and improve your mechanical engineering and building engineering skills in no time.
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A podcast for Pipefitters L.U. 533, United Association Members and their customers to learn more about Pipefitters Local 533 of Kansas and the Mechanical Piping and HVAC Service Industry in both Kansas City and from across the country. Hosted by Curtis Ohlde of L.U. 533, listen in as new episodes will drop every other week with Bonus Episodes in between scheduled weeks.
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Hey - I’m Trent, your host of the Reel Turf Techs podcast. Have you ever found yourself asking, “is there a podcast that focuses on the equipment manager’s unique roles and challenges?” Have you wondered what the high-end course or the tech down the road does at their facility? Would you like to hear the latest tips and tricks from around the globe? And do you want to know where the industry is headed next, direct from equipment manufacturers? Then my friend, you’re in the right place. As yo ...
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Tech Takes podcast knows what matters to you. Thought-provoking interviews with industry leaders, government officials, academia and influencers on hot topics relevant to the engineering and applied science profession and the technologies that shape the world around us.
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The Happy Engineer helps engineering leaders reach the next level without suffering burnout - because success without fulfillment is failure. You will discover how to redefine work/life balance and lead with purpose, while accelerating your next promotion. Bring a growth mindset, engineers... It's time for personal development before technical development, emotional intelligence (EQ) before IQ, and coaching to crush your comfort zone! If you find yourself asking questions like these, then th ...
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The students, who have done or are doing diploma course in engineering particularly in mechanical engineering, is being helped or motivated by this podcast. I hope you all dear friends are going to enjoy it.
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Product Startup

Kevin Mako of MAKO Design + Invent

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The Product Startup Podcast is the hardware product development industry's #1 podcast. From invention idea to getting onto store shelves, and everything in between. Hear how inventors, product startups, & small manufacturers created their inventions and launched their physical product businesses. Learn from the industry's top industrial designers, mechanical engineers, PCB designers, consumer product managers, manufacturers, patent attorneys, hardware investors, product sellers, wholesalers, ...
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This is the podcast of Dr. Anil K Rajvanshi (https://nariphaltan.org/shortbio.pdf). He is currently the Director and Hon. Secretary of Nimbkar Agricultural Research Institute (NARI) (https://nariphaltan.org). He has more than 43 years of experience in renewable energy R&D and rural development. He did his B.Tech and M.Tech in Mechanical Engineering from I.I.T. Kanpur in 1972 and 1974 respectively. He received his Ph.D. in Mech. Engg. from University of Florida, Gainesville, USA in 1979. He w ...
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CBA Podcast

Michai Ramakers

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A (mostly un-cohosted) podcast where we talk about progress - or lack thereof - of hobby-projects, mostly related to software, electronics or mechanical engineering.
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HVAC 360

Matt Nelson : Mechanical Engineer & Building Commissioning Authority

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HVAC 360 is a podcast that covers the heating, ventilating, and air conditioning industry through the entire life cycle of a building. From building commissioning, engineering, and design, to construction, and of course operations and maintenance, I talk with and about the news, people, and products that are affecting our lives at a rapidly growing pace. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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The engineers podcast gives you advice from the start of your journey when you decide you want to become an engineer in high school as a student all the way through your career and how to be the best engineer you can be. This podcast mainly focuses on a mechanical engineers career path but can be applied in other engineering fields as well. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Viterbi Voices: The Podcast

USC Viterbi Undergraduate Admission

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Welcome to life at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering. Classes, student organizations, faculty, research, hands-on projects, and don't forget our social lives outside of class - its all up for discussion with regular appearances and interviews with special guests. Viterbi Voices: The Podcast is hosted by Paul Ledesma (Executive Director, Undergraduate Admission) and current student Maya Neuenschwander (Industrial & Systems Engineering, Class of 2024).
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READ-MATE

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Hi! I'm vaishnavi Gupta and I write.. I write poems, I write short stories and I'm currently working on a novel. I promise it'll be out soon. I am pursuing my Bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from Nagpur. And this podcast is about my poems and related stories.
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Engine Noise Podcast

Jeremy Nutt and Matt: Automotive car & truck expert and the other auto DIY

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Engine Noise is a car related podcast for do-it-yourselfers who don't mind getting their hands dirty. We cover any and all automotive topics and have a great time doing it. The show is hosted by long-time friends Jeremy and Matt. One’s a complete car expert. The other’s a long time DIYer just learning about cars. Check back the 1st and 15th of every month for new episodes! Engine Noise is made possible by 1A Auto - Quality Auto Parts.
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Big dudes Ben and Josh talk about all things automotive. Everything from American muscle to Europian and Asian. We love all things cars and have been turning wrenches for decades as professional shade tree mechanics. Feel free to send us any questions and we will be happy to answer them.
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The HOT ROD Pod: Where It All Began brings 75 years of journalism and storytelling to the audio waves as hosts Brian Lohnes and John McGann sit down with the automotive aftermarket's latest trendsetters, motorsport mavens, and mechanical wizards on where they've been and where the hobby and sport are headed.
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The Next Gen Trucking Association is a membership-based advocacy group solely dedicated to advancing the trucking industry as a career choice for the next generation through nationwide education and awareness initiatives. As a leading national nonprofit trade association, Next Gen Trucking Association (NGT) inspires, educates, and provides resources for young people and schools and promotes opportunities within the trucking industry. This podcast is all about steering the next generation tow ...
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Powersports are sweet! Hosted by Joe Kart, this podcast is all about powersports, from fixing them or making improvements, to the history behind it all and tips and tricks for riding. From jet skis to ATVs and mini bikes to drift trikes, we're taking a deep dive into the motorsport subcategory that is more than just a hobby. Presented in an easily digestible way, this podcast is mechanically oriented, but for all people from first time off-roaders to experienced riders and mechanics. Let's g ...
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Lovefly

Lovefly Paul Tizzard

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Fear of flying help from a team of aviation experts and Lovefly graduates...all at various stages of managing their fear. Lovefly Podcast is independent.
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On this podcast, you'll find helpful tips on how to BUY and SELL a house in San Jose, California. Theresa Wellman, with a Mechanical Engineering degree from Santa Clara University, is a California native and has lived in the South Bay since 1995. Once an engineer, always an engineer! Theresa love stats and data. She's very familiar with the local real estate market metrics. Her husband works for Apple Inc so she knows well the intense demands of a Silicon Valley tech job today. Homeowner Exp ...
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30 Minute Motorcycling

The Dual Wheel Journey

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30 Minute Motorcycling is a podcast for those who want to discover how a motorcycle, moped, or scooter works. If you're brand new to this world, everything can seem daunting, especially the mechanical aspect. But just like anything else, it can be learned - and it won't take hours of your time, but rather a few minutes.Tune in to discover something new about how motorcycles or other motorized two-wheeled vehicles work in just 30 minutes...or less.
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Have you ever wondered about the training of the jet engineers? Have you tape on the wings and thought, 'What on Earth is that?' This episode is for you. Meet Steven Potter, The Jet Mechanic. www.lovefly.co.uk/courses/ FB - Lovefly Insta @loveflyhelp #jet #fearofflying #lovefly Intro Music 'Fearless' Daniel King…
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This is episode 485 of the Fun with the Maryland STEM Festival Podcast. The podcast where you meet adults and students doing interesting and fun STEM activities in the Maryland area. This episode features interviews with Brandie Sutherlin from Texcel, recorded on May 21st, and members of the Baltimore Bolts robotics team. Brandie discusses her care…
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Sarah has devoured our Lovefly Podcasts and recently attended our Manchester fear of flying course. She is so positive and shares her inspiring story with fun and humility. Plus, name checking lots of her favourite podcast episodes too. www.lovefly.co.uk/courses/ Insta - @loveflyhelp Facebook - 'Lovefly' #fearofflying #skypeople #manchester #lovefl…
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Steve's story will inspire you to take action on that one thing you KNOW should be addressed now, instead of when your body chooses for you. And that one THING will help you unlock some serious success in your career. Let's dive in! The Impactful Engineering Project's purpose is to bring awareness, access, success, and mentorship to all new and asp…
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Do you feel like a little more grit, a lot more grace, and finally getting new results (the glitz!) would go a long way to loving your engineering career? Listen now for the audacity to make it happen! > Full Show Notes, Resources, & More ============================ When you’re ready, here are three ways I can help you build your engineering caree…
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Dead Internet Theory & Shrimp Jesus; the Portal is back; Apple set photo visibility to zero; jailbreaking major LLMs; OpenAI party time; getting some decent data in; you win an award, now you're suspended; Google sends DOJ a check; TikTok cracking down on drug promotion; stealing crypto; Bitcoin Pizza Day; Franklin; Sugar; Beetlejuice; 3 Body Probl…
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Chris shares his invaluable insights and experiences from his remarkable 35+ year career in medical device innovation. He discusses how he got into engineering without a formal degree, his early career path working at startups in Silicon Valley, and advice for others looking to get into engineering. Main Topics: How Chris got into engineering throu…
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Jeff Lerner is the CEO of Misnomer, a Fractional Chief Marketing Officer and Brand Development Agency. He boasts an impressive career, having collectively raised $400 million through venture capitalists and formerly served as a marketing lead at Google for several years. Today, Jeff will draw on his extensive experience to afford insight to invento…
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Join us in this episode of the Reimagine Mobility podcast as we dive into the future of automotive innovation with Guido Bairati, Managing Director of VI-grade. Guido shares his extensive experience in the simulation world, discussing how VI-grade is transforming vehicle development through cutting-edge simulators and virtual testing techniques. Le…
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This is episode 484 of the Fun with the Maryland STEM Festival Podcast The podcast where you meet adults and students doing interesting and fun STEM activities in the Maryland area. This episode features interviews with Kali Holder from the National Zoo, recorded on May 21st, and Elizabeth Yoo, recorded on May 14th. Kali discusses performing autops…
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Most companies (I could only imagine based on my experience) miss this my a country mile! I hit on something I am very passionate about. I couldn't even wait until I got home to record, so I put in the ear bud, and let it rip while I was on my way home. Hope you enjoy it and that you start implementing the concept right away. Let's dive in! The Imp…
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In this episode, I talk with Cassandra “Cassie” Shum, VP of field engineering at RelationalAI, about engineering challenges, the future of AI integration, and its broader applications. Cassie also shares her career journey and emphasizes the importance of mentorship. ***The video version of this episode can be viewed here.*** Engineering Quotes: He…
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A great discussion around the two most common general paths in an engineering career. We talk about what our experiences have been and it may be surprising to you where we weigh in on these! We expect this discussion to help engineers build their big picture perspective or create a reframe around where they are in their career and how they may be m…
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Have you ever felt frustrated when your brilliant ideas at work weren't taken seriously? Listen now and discover the secrets to making your ideas impossible to ignore! > Full Show Notes, Resources, & More ============================ When you’re ready, here are three ways I can help you build your engineering career: 1. Engineering Career Accelerat…
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Inappropriate portal behavior; RTO drives away top talent; Apple may add OpenAI to iOS; garbage in, garbage out; AI continues to promise more than it can deliver; Twitter redirecting to X; entire Supercharger staff fired; enshittification of the Web speeds up; Google AI search will kill what's left of the old internet; Uber announces new, worse bus…
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Francis shares his journey from software engineer to engineering manager to coach. He discusses strategies for balancing product development and organizational growth when scaling teams quickly. Listeners will greatly benefit from Francis's insights on accelerating their careers, enhancing productivity, and adopting best technical and leadership pr…
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The workforce shortage and war for talent continue. One area that’s being hit particularly hard is the technical workforce, which is facing headwinds such as rapidly advancing technological requirements and antiquated perceptions. Despite growing demand across industries, from energy to manufacturing and beyond, there’s a widening gap between avail…
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Valentin Radu, CEO and Founder of Omniconvert, wrote the book on Customer Lifetime Value – literally. He has collaborated with an extensive range of direct-to-consumer eCommerce brands to elevate their marketing strategies, which informed his development of "The CLV Revolution," a guidebook dedicated to revolutionizing customer value optimization f…
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This is episode 483 of the Fun with the Maryland STEM Festival Podcast. The podcast where you meet adults and students doing interesting and fun STEM activities in Maryland. This Special episode features our Lt Governor Aruna Miller recorded on September 28th and Noelle Horne recorded on October 10th. LG Miller discusses her career as an Engineer, …
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Outline 00:00 - Intro 01:17 - Early Years 04:17 - The “Scenic Route” to Control Theory 12:44 - Sampled Data Systems 22:26 - Linear Parameter Varying (LPV) Identification 28:07 - From Distributed Systems and PDEs ... 38:59 - ... to Distributed Control of Spatially Invariant Systems 49:02 - Taming the Navier-Stokes Equations 50:55 - Advice to Future …
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Send us a Text Message. Welcome to Episode 119 of the Reel Turf Techs Podcast! 🎙️ Today, we're chatting with Terry Appel, Equipment Manager at Overbrook Golf Club in Villanova, PA. Founded in 1900, Overbrook Golf Club boasts a rich history as an 18-hole private club. Typically accompanied by one assistant in the shop (though currently on the lookou…
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Jimmy-Dean is an experienced airline industry veteran of 25 years, serving as a commercial airline pilot, recruiter, trainer and check pilot, with several years in airline flight operations management, and experience as both a chief pilot and operations manager. Jimmy-Dean is currently the Vice President, Flight Operations at WestJet, leading their…
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Episode Summary Celebrating Women in STEM: A Golden Shoe Proposal Natoshia Anderson and Xena, the founder, had a conversation on Natoshia's show, "Stimming and Stilettos," discussing the importance of recognizing and celebrating the beauty and intelligence of women in male-dominated industries such as STEM. They proposed the idea of a symbol, like …
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L.S. McKee joins us in the lab to talk about her new collection of poetry, Creature, Wing, Heart, Machine. Laura and I taught 2.009 together for a few years before she moved down south. Laura was a lecturer in the Writing, Rhetoric, and Professional Communication Program at MIT before moving on to UGA, Athens, where she is Coordinator for Writing A…
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The ability to be intentional with our own career path requires a certain amount of objectivity that’s not always easily attainable. Jeff Perry works with engineers to find ways to sustain their career development using a unique toolkit of training and coaching techniques. His ultimate goal is to help engineers unlock their unique potential, today …
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Do you need a roadmap into, or OUT of, engineering middle management? You’re not alone. These are some of the toughest jobs in your career, in some ways harder than being Vice President. So listen now for how to win as an engineering manager!! > Full Show Notes, Resources, & More ============================ When you’re ready, here are three ways I…
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I'm happy to share one of the greatest level-ups in my life that I have ever experienced. I hope it resonates with someone and that it helps someone else do the same. Let's dive in! The Impactful Engineering Project's purpose is to bring awareness, access, success, and mentorship to all new and aspiring engineers. But it doesn't stop there. What we…
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Neuralink, insulin pump software bugs & abandoned brain implant technologies; Dorsey peaces out from Bluesky; Dell RTO tracking; Meta pumps businesses for customer support; Uber hits a financial snag; Spotify's new royalty model screws songwriters; gaming platforms abandon X integration; Ghostbusters; Lord of the Rings new movies; Franklin; Dark Ma…
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Aaron Moncur interviews Krishna Raichur about his journey, Krishna shares his insights into simulation technologies, the evolution of engineering tools, and the impact of digital twins and AI/ML algorithms on the industry. Main Topics: Krishna's background and journey to simulation engineering Benefits and challenges of simulation implementation Ca…
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Join us in this enlightening interview with Ryan Green, co-founder of Gridwise, as we dive deep into how the gig economy is reshaping mobility. Ryan discusses the pivotal role of gig workers in today's rapidly evolving transportation landscape, Gridwise's impact on their earnings, and future mobility trends. Discover how data-driven insights from G…
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John Conafay entered the manufacturing sector in 2014 after contributing to the United States Air Force for years as a communications and systems specialist. Following a wide array of collaborations with hardware startups and aerospace companies, he noticed a lack of refined communication tools, which culminated in the creation of Integrate – a uni…
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This is episode 482 of the Fun with the Maryland STEM Festival Podcast The podcast where you meet adults and students doing interesting and fun STEM activities in Maryland. This episode features interviews with Mark Edelen recorded on April 15th and Megan Yeagerz recorded on April 25th. Mark discusses his career as a Mechanical Engineer and teachin…
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PDX offers a dynamic bootcamp-style experience tailored exclusively for engineers engaged in the design and development of hard goods products. Unlike conventional conference presentations, our interactive event fosters direct engagement between the industry’s highest-performing subject matter experts and ambitious engineers, facilitating the trans…
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Andre, possibly the most positive person on the planet(!) tells us about his story but also, his tips when dealing with fear or anxiety. Just think what fears Andre has had to overcome and what he can teach all of us... #fearofflying #flyingwithoutfear #NASA #Lovefly www.lovefly.co.uk FB - 'Lovefly' Insta - @loveflyhelp YouTube @loveflyteam Intro m…
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In this episode, I talk with Erin Khan, a leader in construction technology, about how construction tech has evolved and what’s ahead. Erin also shares her journey, career paths in construction tech, challenges for women, and advice for engineers entering the field or starting ventures. ***The video version of this episode can be viewed here.*** [……
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Everyone runs into that point in their career where they are expected to do more and more. Or so it seems. When the work is piling up, it's a good sign. You are counted on to do the important stuff and are known as the person that can get it done. Then something happens. Even though you are great at your job, you can't handle the work. Things start…
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Are you getting lost in leadership theories without seeing real changes in your team? Listen now and shift from concepts to action! > Full Show Notes, Resources, & More ============================ When you’re ready, here are three ways I can help you build your engineering career: 1. Engineering Career Accelerator™️ Scorecard … foundational insigh…
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Kagi not worth it; RIP Passcodes; Sora demo not exactly Sora; FCC fines carries for selling location data; TikTok ban signed; Meta's ad-buying AI blows through budgets; fighting the algorithm; OpenAI privacy complaints; Amazon ad revenue big leap, wonder why; blockchain's real use case; ludicrously hard-core at Tesla; Lord of the Rings returns to t…
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Joe Moak shares his experience with the podcast working at high-profile companies such as Apple & Sonos, and also gives us a glimpse into “the best place he has ever worked” (Maestro PD). Companies are always looking for those elusive “A” players to join their teams, and it is very clear that Joe qualifies under that definition. Joe Moak earned his…
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Danny Angers, one of the pioneering Co-Founders of VOSKER cameras, uncovered something fascinating regarding how users were employing their products and used it to his advantage to expand his brand substantially. In just 5 years, VOSKER has grown to achieve an astounding $150 million in annual sales across 45 countries and boasts the distribution o…
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This is episode 481 of the Fun with the Maryland STEM Festival Podcast The podcast where you meet adults and students doing interesting and fun STEM activities in Maryland. This episode features interviews Chenira Smih from the Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology recorded on April 29th and Sara Sarfraz recorded on April 25th. Chenira d…
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PDX offers a dynamic bootcamp-style experience tailored exclusively for engineers engaged in the design and development of hard goods products. Unlike conventional conference presentations, our interactive event fosters direct engagement between the industry’s highest-performing subject matter experts and ambitious engineers, facilitating the trans…
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Get a great tip for you resume to implement right away. Cut through the noise of everyone telling what to include on your resume and get it straight from a hiring manager. A resume is a living document that is important to keep up to date. Even if you are not planning to change jobs, keep that resume up to date with major accomplishments. This will…
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