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Welcome to The Rabbit Hole, the definitive developers podcast. If you are a software developer or technology leader looking to stay on top of the latest news in the software development world, or just want to learn actionable tactics to improve your day-to-day job performance, this podcast is for you.
Stories of collaboration and cooperation from across the European Union, brought to you by the Interreg community.
Join the music directors at this award-winning college radio station to hear how they select the music and what they really think of the songs, the artists and the industry! WZIP-FM focuses on hip-hop and rap with a just a tad of sugary stuff mixed in!
RadioToday is the home of radio news online. The RadioToday Audioboom channel features a weekly podcast â€œThe RadioToday Programmeâ€� and occasional audiobooms from radio industry events.
The latest releases, the hottest stars and the leading directors, plus news and insights from the film world
How does one become a software developer? Each week, a successful developer tells us their life's story. They describe their path into tech' and share what they learned along the way.
John Sonmez wants to help you become more successful, make more money, deal with difficult coworkers and be so productive everyone thinks you must be abusing a prescription for Ritalin. Listen in every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, as Simple Programmer founder, John Sonmez, answers questions, interviews guests and shares everything he knows to help you become a top performing software developer. The Simple Programmer Podcast is a short podcast that is a mix of career advice, philosophy and s ...
Der Name ist Programm. Football was my first love ist ein Podcast über Fußballkultur, Fanszenen, Groundhopping, Fan-Anekdoten. Und Borussia Dortmund.
The iDeveloper Podcast is a magazine style podcast for OS X and iOS developers. Each episode looks at subjects such as recent developer news, technical issues around cocoa and cocoa touch, the latest tools and utilities as well as examining the business side of being an indie Mac or iOS developer.
The world of computer programming is vast in scope. There are literally thousands of topics to cover and no one person could ever reach them all. One of the goals of the Coding Blocks podcast is to introduce a number of these topics to the audience so they can learn during their commute or while cutting the grass. We will cover topics such as best programming practices, design patterns, coding for performance, object oriented coding, database design and implementation, tips, tricks and a who ...
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The purpose of our podcast is to help families learn the truth about addiction and alcoholism so that they can take the right action to help the addict they love and to help themselves at this critical time in their lives. Exposing the truth about addiction and alcoholism also requires that we bust the myths surrounding both addiction/alcoholism and the recovery process.
The podcast the constantly changing world of machine learning and data science
For the new programmer or the seasoned professional, the Zombie Coder podcast offers a look into Computer Science and technology topics with an experienced industry veteran.
Insight, analysis and expert debate as key policy makers are challenged on the latest news stories. From BBC Radio 4's Today programme
A small Scottish island is shocked to find itself home to a brand new space program. When two tech entrepreneurs announce their plan to make one of the local kids the world’s first child astronaut, nothing is ever the same again. Listen to all 20 episodes now. A Bafflegab Production for Fun Kids, supported by the Audio Content Fund.
Programmer Vs World is a humorous, friendly, topic based podcast that revolves around coder, programmer, engineering and software architecture issues.
A video podcast for computer programmers in grades 3 and up. We learn about Scratch, Tynker, Alice, Python, Pygame, and Scala, and interview interesting programmers. From professional software developer and teacher Dave Briccetti, and many special guests.
Kickstart is an 8 week online programme designed to make you a little more fabulous. Exercise and nutrition is all taken care for you. Interval training and cardio podcasts are part of the exercise programme (along with bootcamp videos) designed to get you into the best shape of your life!
Daily video and radio show broadcasting from England. Featuring psychology, sociology, political science, philosophy and much more! Follow us at www.spreaker.com/user/4516111
independent webradio based in augsburg. stayfm.com/programm
A weekly talk-through of IELTS topics and tests to help you learn about the issues, vocabulary, tips and strategies you need to prepare for your test day. Find all my tips on my website www.ieltsetc.com and join the Members Academy for all the downloads, step-by-step online courses and support to get you a Band 7+ in the #ielts test. www.members.ieltsetc.com/academy/
A podcast for curious hackers
Helping others reach their potential
An exploration into the daily lives of Software Developers, Hardware Tinkerers, Engineers and Technologists to better understand the culture, mindset and motivation of this generation.
This is the Colour of Innovation, a podcast on innovation brought to you by the United Nations Development Programme. Innovation for development is about disrupting the way things work, or don’t… and using creative approaches for solving difficult problems that people experience every day. This show brings to you inspiring stories of innovation from across the Arab States. In each episode, UNDP introduces social innovators, sharing their inspirations and their ideas, their passions and their ...
John Finnemore's Souvenir Programme is a sketch comedy series broadcast on BBC Radio 4. Finnemore is the sole writer and performs with Margaret Cabourn-Smith, Simon Kane, Lawry Lewin and Carrie Quinlan.Â The first series was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2011, and further series have followed annually. Â The series contains sketches and character monologues, with only one major recurring character, a storyteller who narrates a tall tale in the last five minutes of most programmes, and who also ...
Software Engineering Radio is a podcast targeted at the professional software developer. The goal is to be a lasting educational resource, not a newscast. SE Radio covers all topics software engineering. Episodes are either tutorials on a specific topic, or an interview with a well-known character from the software engineering world. All SE Radio episodes are original content — we do not record conferences or talks given in other venues. Each episode comprises two speakers to ensure a lively ...
Welcome to the Pragmatic Hero's Journey, a monthly podcast about becoming a Pragmatic author. On this podcast, you'll hear from an eclectic group of authors as they discuss their personal journey to becoming a Pragmatic author. You'll discover what tools they use to write and produce code, what challenges and rewards come along with being an author, and what advice they can share to help you jumpstart your technical writing career. The Pragmatic Hero's Journey podcast is owned and operated b ...
Developing a Creative Community
An interview podcast where we talk to people that are engaged in the connection of art and music to technology. Visual artists, musicians, software developers and other creatives are invited to talk about their background, current work and future vision.
This Week in Microbiology is a podcast about unseen life on Earth hosted by Vincent Racaniello and friends. Following in the path of his successful shows 'This Week in Virology' (TWiV) and 'This Week in Parasitism' (TWiP), Racaniello and guests produce an informal yet informative conversation about microbes which is accessible to everyone, no matter what their science background.
Garb your ears in tunes from The Shend's garden shed. Piles of Punk, slabs of sixties psych, Rock and Roll rumblings, wodges of weirdness and steaming lumps of strange ranging from the forties to the day after tomorrow. Stuff you've heard and stuff you'll wish you hadn't. What the hell is going on? EMAIL: email@example.com
A brief update from the RNZ sports team.
Both in 19th-century America and today, the initiative and choices of those making the journey are often ignored.By English Programme
Riley and Andrew talk about the new Young Thug album, "Punk," Baby Keem, Mac Miller's new release "Faces," and The Dissect Podcast.By WZIP-FM
Some experts, such as Belgian vaccinologist Geert vanden Bossche, believe the current global vaccination campaign may be making matters worse by driving the creation of new variants which will escape our vaccine-induced immunity. Others believe mass vaccination is having the opposite effect, reducing the number of such variants by reducing the numb…
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The latest news in French language (La Langue Française).
News from the rural and farming sector.
A brief update from the business sector.
Today is Te Putake o Te Riri, He Ra Maumahara, the national day of commemoration for the New Zealand wars. The New Zealand wars were a series of battles in the mid-19th century between iwi Maori and government forces. Also on this day, 186 years ago, He Whakaputanga o te Rangatiratanga o Niu Tireni, the Declaration of Independence of the United Tri…
Parts of the Waikato including Hamilton moved into alert level 3, step one last night, as the region reported six new cases of Covid-19. Residents can now gather outdoors in groups of up to 10 people between two households. Early learning centres can reopen to all children, and certain recreational activities including golf, sailing, and scuba divi…
The latest news in Cook Islands Maori (Te Reo Maori Kuki Airani) - brought to you by our partner - Pacific Media Network.
The Government's decision to push through the Three Water reforms is getting widespread opposition from South Island councils, with the move labelled by some as a confiscation of assets. The whole South Island would come under one of the four new regional entities, which will take over responsibility for the provision of drinking, waste and stormwa…
Armed conflict in West Papua has caused a fresh influx of displaced people in PNG; France has detailed an unprecedented security set-up for New Caledonia's final independence referendum; And civil society organisations in the Pacific launch a set of climate demands for COP26
Armed conflict in West Papua has caused a fresh influx of displaced people into a remote border area in neighbouring Papua New Guinea.
France has detailed an unprecedented security set-up for New Caledonia's final independence referendum.
Civil society organisations in the Pacific launch a set of climate demands for COP26.
The latest news and sport from RNZ Pacific.
The government is expected to announce changes to the MIQ system today ... after yesterday's scheduled announcement was called off. Ministers met yesterday to go through details of the changes, but - as the Covid-response Minister said yesterday - there are a lot of complex issues to work through. Nathan Rarere discussed this with the Deputy Prime …
School's not quite out for summer! The Ministry of Education is looking at a staged return to class for primary school students in alert level 3 areas, with November the 15th being put forward as a tentative start date. But some Auckland principals say they're apprehensive and want more clarity and details. Ella Stewart reports.…
Back to Australia now where Prime Minister Scott Morrison's government is under fire for its new climate change policy, which critics say does next to nothing to address the climate crisis. The government has committed to "net zero emissions by 2050", but it hasn't released its modelling and instead of phasing out coal it's committed to digging mor…
It's that time of the week when we have a look around the Motu and catch up with our Local Democracy reporters. This morning we're hearing from Craig Ashworth from Te Korimako o Taranaki. Nathan Rarere asked him about the region having one of the lowest vaccination rates in the country, with 62 percent of Taranaki's eligible population double jabbe…
To Europe now where Europol have made a huge arrest after one of thir biggest ever undercover operations. Joining us from Sweden with all the details is Anita Purcell Sjölund.
Tearfund's annual name-and-shame of unethical fashion chains leaves out some important factors - such as clothing manufactured in New Zealand.
Claire Concannon hears how the the New Zealand Plant Conservation Network's favourite plant competition is shaping up, while Katy Gosset learns about research to improve the quality and growth efficiency of grapevines.
One of the very first places you are going with your child on their transition is the Doctor's office. Joe talks to a couple of experts about what to expect.
Coastal weather report.
Money cowries were used for thousands of years as currency across the Indo-Pacific world but introduced into Atlantic commercial networks relatively late.By English Programme
The descendants of Africans who were captured and enslaved in the western Atlantic World return to the continent – and to the monuments – for a number of reasons. For many, it is a way to reconnect with their ancestry and find a sense of belonging in the African world. The memory of Africa can also be a source of strength, pride and identity.…
Hayden Donnell chats to Karyn Hay about anti-vaxxers finding a platform in the media, major revelations from the latest Facebook Files and the Covid-19 data wars
Shoes, coffee, petrol, KFC.... Typically your bank statement is not the sort of thing you want people reading, but come December the banks will be doing just that - going through your statements - and judging you. From the 1st, under the Credit Contracts and Consumer Finance Act, banks are required to actively review your information in more detail…
Today the Government made a bold and unpopular announcement to go ahead with the Three Waters Reform. Originally, councils were given the right to opt out of the reform but this morning Local Government Minister Nanaia Mahuta confirmed it will be mandatory. The new water service plan means billions of dollars of council-owned drinking, waste and st…
ABC Wantok Program for 27 October 2021.
We chat to writer Harry McNaughton, co-creator of The Pact, a family drama that explores an individual's right to end their own life, based on Natalie Medlock's award-wining short film of the same name
The latest news from Melanesia.
The latest news in Solomon Islands Pidgin (Tok Pisin).
The latest Pacific regional news.
We're joined by Dunedin author Gay Buckingham who's book, "Kakapo Keeper" is based on the story of conservationist Richard Henry.
More information is what some Auckland businesses are calling for after the government announced businesses using the vaccine certificate must have fully vaccinated staff. And as the city desperately tries to get 90 percent of the population double dosed to gain some freedom - some feel there's a disconnect between those locked down and the decisio…
There is still no set timeframe for when all students in level 3 will return to the classroom. Education Minister Chris Hipkins has indicated that primary school students could be back from November 15, but they're still working out the details. It is likely different year groups will attend on different days. So what effect does all this uncertain…
President of Auckland Primary Principal's Association Stephen Lethbridge told Checkpoint if students return to school on November 15, he wants to see some clear guidelines around the "gold standard" for health and safety. "We're just really keen to engage with the Ministry about what that might be, what the requirements are, and how we can translat…
About $200 a year - that's what it's costing NZ households in order for the Tiwai Pt aluminium smelter to stay open, the Electricity Authority says. It says New Zealanders are subsidising the multinational by about $500 million a year. Our reporter Ruth Hill hit the streets of Wellington to gauge reaction.…
Opposition parties are calling for a major overhaul of the way the Accident Compensation Corporation handles people's information after staff shared, and laughed at people's injuries in a Snapchat group. Twelve employees at ACC's call centre in Hamilton have been stood down while the agency investigates. The government has faced tough questions fro…
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Glass has been raining down in central Wellington today, closing part of Lambton Quay and surrounding streets. Our reporter Kirsty Frame joins us from there with all the details.
Despite a flood of opposition, the government is going to force councils to get on board with their three waters reform. The proposal's been about four years in the making and aims to dramatically improve drinking, storm and waste-water with the creation of four large water entities across the country. The government says the status quo is not acce…
Covid-19 Response and Education Minister Chris Hipkins has asked the Ministry of Education to work with primary schools and kura on advice for a staged return to learning. Years 9 and 10 at Auckland high schools could be resuming classes as soon as mid-November, under a staggered system that would see them joining senior pupils, who have largely re…
People in parts of Waikato and King Country are seeing restrictions loosened slightly, to alert level 3 step 1, the same as Auckland's current settings. Hamilton, Raglan, Waipa, Waitomo and Ōtorohanga districts will stay at level three until at least Monday, but from 11:59pm Wednesday, people can do things like join another household outside, go hu…
School is still out until November 15 at the earliest for some of the youngest students in Auckland and Waikato. That is the provisional return date set by the government, but it is very much indicative, Education Minister Chris Hipkins said. School's back in real-life session for years 11, 12 and 13 - but for years one to 10.. the learning is stil…
Panellists discuss accountability from the public sector, freedom camping in Auckland and the use of the term ‘anti-Vaxxer’.
Panellists Nalini Baruch and Pattrick Smellie discuss Three Waters reforms, and ventilation in schools and workplaces.