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Discover new software and hardware to get the best out of your network, control smart devices, and secure your data on cloud services. Self-Hosted is a chat show between Chris and Alex two long-time "self-hosters" who share their lessons and take you along for the journey as they learn new ones. A Jupiter Broadcasting podcast showcasing free and open source technologies you can host yourself.
 
Subscribe to Secrest Wardle’s podcast pertaining to various areas of the law. Host contact information will be provided along with each podcast. Questions and/or comments from listeners are encouraged. Secrest Wardle is a law firm specializing in defense litigation and counsel for insurance, municipal, and commercial clients headquartered in Troy, Michigan, with additional offices in Grand Rapids and Lansing. For additional information, please visit www.secrestwardle.com, send an email to in ...
 
At ezCater, we want to help restaurants grow a successful catering business. Whether you're in the early stages of building a business or an industry veteran, let us help you dip into the $61.5 billion catering market. In each episode of "The Catering Feed," we talk to restaurant industry leaders of thriving brands who share insights and tactics to ramp up your catering business.
 
The brutal truth about digital performance engineering and operations. Andreas (aka Andi) Grabner and Brian Wilson are veterans of the digital performance world. Combined they have seen too many applications not scaling and performing up to expectations. With more rapid deployment models made possible through continuous delivery and a mentality shift sparked by DevOps they feel it’s time to share their stories. In each episode, they and their guests discuss different topics concerning perfor ...
 
The restaurant business is changing, and takeout, delivery, and catering are getting a full makeover! In this podcast, we will be breaking down the massive opportunity that is now available to restaurant operators that are willing to think way outside the box. Operators need a plan for growth and tactics for a new era in business. This podcast is all about reinventing your business with innovations and ideas that break the status quo. Industry experts TJ Schier and Sam Stanovich will deliver ...
 
Want to learn more about trending restaurant and hospitality technology? The “Tech Chef”, Skip Kimpel, will create your weekly menu and take you down the path of solutions out there to help you and your team members become more efficient and your company more profitable. Add in a healthy portion of interviews from industry leaders as well as vendor chats and you have a recipe for success. This fun, weekly show is not just for the tech professionals as there are plenty of valuable take-aways ...
 
Baseball is the perfect sport for conversation, and no one can converse about it better than the Baseball Rabbi, one of the world's greatest experts on advanced statistics, sabermetrics, and baseball history. Join Pesach Wolicki and Scott Kahn as they apply advanced metrics to the Major Leagues, reevaluate historical assumptions, and discover new baseball trends and theories that will leave you questioning everything you assumed you knew about the National Pastime.
 
These PROPERTY BRIEFINGS are more like fireside chats – where Chris Lang (Amazon Best-selling author and Australia's leading property adviser) is interviewed on issues vital to your success with Commercial Property. Initially weekly for 20-25 minutes – now the clear preference is monthly for around 10-12 minutes. Topics vary from fundamentals … to invaluable insights – everything you really need to know, to Master Commercial Property. Some Topics included: * Property Selection * Packaging th ...
 
In the US, over 50 million households have only one ISP option for high-speed broadband that meets the FCC’s definition of at least 25 Mbps. In rural areas the problem is amplified, with fewer options and even slower access speeds. According to Akamai’s State of the Internet Report, the US recently ranked 10th in the world with average speeds of 18 Mbps. That means there is a huge opportunity for individuals like you to start a business providing much needed broadband options to your local c ...
 
A Nintendo-focused podcast from the Negativeworld.org community. Every two weeks, expect a critical and in-depth discussion about Nintendo- or video game-related topics. The topics can touch any of Nintendo's franchises: Mario, Pokémon, Zelda, Animal Crossing, Pikmin, Wii Sports, Donkey Kong and more. We also discuss every Nintendo system: NES, Super NES, Game Boy, N64, GameCube, Wii, DS and 3DS.
 
Listen with Alan Armstrong and Sam Foot as we talk about all things Microsoft Azure! We are both technical consultants working with Azure day in, day out. Alan focuses on Identity and Security automation while Sam is a .NET developer deploying PaaS and SaaS solutions on Azure. Each episode we have a topic we cover and we highlight some key news that we are interested in. No fluff, sales or products here, just two technical people having a light hearted chat.
 
Your daily dose of K-pop. Fomo Daily is the premiere destination for English language programming about K-pop and K-music! We cover the music, dancing, songwriting, videos, and social buzz with everything from news, reviews, interviews, live performances, reactions, dance tutorials, song overs and more!
 
Rees "Cub" and Micah "LilBro" have teamed up to form the true-as-blue brotherly duo, the Blockhead Bros! Now, Game of Thrones fan Cub has decided it is time to share HBO's hit series with his younger brother - albeit slightly altered for content. Each week Cub prepares a new episode for LilBro to watch, then they huddle around the Podcast Den to discuss what they've seen.
 
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On this episode of the Takeout, Delivery, and Catering podcast series, hosts TJ Schier and Sam Stanovich sit down with Aaron Noveshen, the founder and chief executive officer of The Culinary Edge and Starbird, to explore ghost kitchens and the latest off-premises trends.By Foodable Network
 
Olga Grushin wrote her first story at just seven years old, and it happens to have been a fairy tale. She discusses why she chose to write in English, though Russian is her first language, and how it shapes the way she tells stories while retaining a Russian sensibility. The Charmed Wife is her latest book and she and Jeniffer discuss why she was i…
 
Cisco Spotlight: Is XDR Enough for Your Security Needs? What is XDR exactly? Is it a specific tool? Is it a term that encompasses the entirety of security? Or is it just a buzzword that sells more security devices? How can XDR help you understand the forces at play in your enterprise? Can XDR offer you the capabilities to enhance your security and …
 
Produced by Foundersuite.com, "How I Raised It" goes behind the scenes with startup founders who have raised capital. This episode is with Maury Blackman of Premise.com, a data collections and insights platform. In this episode, Maury talks about how he raised $85 million completely virtually, how he uses the first 5-10 minutes of a pitch to establ…
 
Premises reviewed: Prayer is an activity for conditioning our minds. See only the DIVINE, UNIVERSAL POTENTIAL or, more traditionally, the CHRIST in others. This is our concluding episode about Premises! We explore prayer and how we use it to condition our minds. We also explore the “Christ” or seeing the DIVINE in others. Not only do we put God – o…
 
Delta Airlines has a new technology that will personalize your experience in the airport. This could be the 1st exciting news from Delta. They talk about the transition of ownership of Main Street Cigars in Rowlet, TX. We have a La Zona 601 La Bomba Warhead VI with some Premise Rum. Very much enjoying this cigar, liquor, and it's combo.…
 
Prosperity! Part 2 of looking at some interesting paragraphs from Charles Fillmore’s Prosperity book found on pages 67 – 68. Did you know that “God will not go to the grocery and bring food to your table?” How about, “”First the blade, then the ear, then the full grain in the ear?” You see, manifestation is an orderly process. The Absolute Word was…
 
Prosperity! We took a detailed look at a quote from Charles Fillmore’s Prosperity book found on page 31. The entire foundation of the Unity teachings on prosperity can be found in this quote when understood. You will learn how SUBSTANCE, GOD, PRINCIPLE, DIVINE IDEA and SUPPLY are all synonyms! The starting point of any manifestation is DIVINE IDEAS…
 
Produced by Foundersuite.com, "How I Raised It" goes behind the scenes with startup founders who have raised capital. This episode is with Adam Cohen-Aslatai of S’More (www.smoredate.com), a dating app that’s focused on helping users find more meaningful relationshipsIn this episode, Adam talks about finding out what is unique about YOU (and pitchi…
 
Produced by Foundersuite.com, "How I Raised It" goes behind the scenes with startup founders who have raised capital. This episode is with Bradley Davis of www.Podchaser.com, a site that curates podcasts, ratings & reviews, guest appearances, lists, and moreIn this episode, Bradley talks about how he posted the idea and found his co-founders (inclu…
 
When we talk about transitioning to microtest TDD, we have to figure out how to provide the right experiences in the right order. That's why I propose we start by getting the experience of changing a well-microtested graceful class. "Create Experiences, Not Arguments" is one of the core habits of change-harvesters. We want to take that slogan very …
 
Cisco Spotlight: Is XDR Enough for Your Security Needs? What is XDR exactly? Is it a specific tool? Is it a term that encompasses the entirety of security? Or is it just a buzzword that sells more security devices? How can XDR help you understand the forces at play in your enterprise? Can XDR offer you the capabilities to enhance your security and …
 
For those of you joining us for the very first time, you are in the right place if you want to learn more about these industries from a technology perspective. Season 1, we had a blast and had some many awesome guests on the show, Season 2 we are stepping up our game and it will not disappoint. If you have not done so already, please hit the subscr…
 
By man software security is about securing websites against malicious attacks or using firewalls to prevent hackers entering your enterprise network. While this is part of software security there is much more that needs to be done – especially as more organizations are developing critical software it is important to protect the whole software deliv…
 
Produced by Foundersuite.com, "How I Raised It" goes behind the scenes with startup founders who have raised capital. This episode is with Tamara Steffens of M12.vc, which is the venture capital arm of Microsoft. In this episode, Tamara talks about some of the advantages of taking corporate venture capital (as compared to "traditional" VC), what M1…
 
Solid state batteries. These are batteries without the liquid acid in them. They have all solid construction. They've been around a long time, but were never able to enter mainstream use. Now some big companies are spending big money to make them viable for cars. They have a Glenlivet Sampler pack which is a Caribbean Reserve (rum barrel finish), F…
 
On this episode of the Takeout, Delivery, and Catering podcast series, hosts TJ Schier and Sam Stanovich sit down with Kathleen Wood, the founder of Kathleen Wood Partners and the co-founder of frozen yogurt company Suzy’s Swirl, to explore catering desserts, handling digital hospitality, and cultivating dynamic, collaborative leadership.…
 
Microtest TDD is a "way of coding", not an after-market bolt-on to old-school approaches, and as a result, we have to constantly intertwine our conversation about technique with our conversation about transition. Technique, skills, philosophy, theory, all of these are tremendous delights to me. I love to muse & mull & illustrate & analyze & argue &…
 
Metadata is not data… or is it? Should it be treated and protected like data? For example, using metadata, phone providers may not know the content of your conversation, but they can certainly tell who you called and when. This raises the issue of security and how bad actors could use metadata to their advantage. In this episode, we tackle the meta…
 
Metadata is not data… or is it? Should it be treated and protected like data? For example, using metadata, phone providers may not know the content of your conversation, but they can certainly tell who you called and when. This raises the issue of security and how bad actors could use metadata to their advantage. In this episode, we tackle the meta…
 
Darrell calls out Charmin for tricking us into buying industrial toilet paper. Pants get infused with nanobionics to turn them into sensors. Woman gets slap on the wrist for smuggling cacti into New Zealand. We smoke the Rosa de Guadalupe from AJ Fernandez with some Double Oaked Woodford Reserve. We very much like the Old Fashion that it makes.…
 
We explore the 5 things we need to know to get the best out of the 12 Powers. The 12 Powers are 12 Divine Ideas and we can also call them 12 Principles. In our Divinity they are ABSOLUTE and ideal. In our humanity we experience them as innate abilities that we use to manifest our personalities and our bodies. The Absolute Word was “NOW” from Januar…
 
Alex shocks Chris with his latest project, then lays down some quick-fire picks. Plus what's wrong with OPNsense's Wireguard setup? Sponsored By: Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/ssh A Cloud Guru: This course will provide you the fundamentals, tools, techniques, and use case examples to configure…
 
In microtest TDD, we describe collaborations as "awkward" or "graceful". The distinction is critical to understanding how the Steering premise and the Pieces premise work together to make TDD a productivity tool. Let's dig in. We talked the other day about understanding & manipulating dependency in microtest TDD. The awkward/graceful distinction is…
 
In this week's episode, Jonathan talks about what you may not know about the infamous McDonald's coffee cup case. Product liability cases are difficult to pursue. Compound that with the millions of dollars a company will spend to convince people they didn't do anything wrong, and you (the plaintiff) will find yourself paddling upstream without an o…
 
General cigar related stuff including a bobblehead of Tom Kelly, former Twins manager, smoking cigar, loading a pitching machine. We have an Oscar Valladares Ciseron 2018 Green label with some Isaac Bowman Small batch Straight Bourbon Whiskey finished in Port barrels. Some Cigar news around Nat Sherman. A review of a Smoke Night LIVE interview of M…
 
Produced by Foundersuite.com, "How I Raised It" goes behind the scenes with startup founders who have raised capital. This episode is with Kristin Langenfeld of Good Buy Gear (www.goodbuygear.com) a company that resells used baby and kids gear online. In this episode, Kristin talks about knowing your metrics (and which metrics in particular she foc…
 
Her memoir has been called harrowing, and her childhood was unimaginably traumatic. But today, Stephanie is a successful author, the CEO of Heritage School of Interior Design, and the founder of The Heritage Home Foundation. She tells you how through sheer will and resilience she came out on the other side, and how not taking no for an answer, plus…
 
Successful microtest TDD depends on our ability to solve a goldilocks challenge: when we test our code pieces, do we isolate them too much, too little, or just right? Finding the sweet spot will mean letting go of rulesets & purity. The five premises we've been over: value, judgment, correlation, steering, and pieces, guide us in a complicated danc…
 
The world of networking and security are being wrapped up together with the advent of Secure Access Service Edge, or SASE. Is this a new technology that is going to revolutionize secure connectivity for businesses and users? Or is it a new coat of paint on an existing product line? In this episode, we try to figure out if SASE is just a marketing t…
 
The world of networking and security are being wrapped up together with the advent of Secure Access Service Edge, or SASE. Is this a new technology that is going to revolutionize secure connectivity for businesses and users? Or is it a new coat of paint on an existing product line? In this episode, we try to figure out if SASE is just a marketing t…
 
I made a promise to you last year about digging more into the hospitality and hotel side of the equation and today is the start of that. For those of you joining for the first time, please go ahead and hit the SUBSCRIBE button right now so you don’t miss a single episode. If you are joining us for the first time or have been listening to us since t…
 
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