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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 ...
 
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.
 
(English version below) Bienvenue au Podcast EVE & Octave, le rendez-vous mensuel autour du leadership. Le Programme EVE est un séminaire de leadership au féminin conçu pour les femmes et les hommes éclairés. Il vise à la construction d’individus forts et inspirants, en nombre suffisant dans l’entreprise pour leur permettre d’incarner le changement en entreprise. La communauté EVE compte aujourd’hui plus de 3000 membres issus de 20 entreprises partenaires. Octave, c’est une formation «Cultur ...
 
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 ...
 
English: Every Saturday morning we are on air for our local and international listeners with our German radio show “Bunte Welle”. We are focused on the most beautiful German hits of all times, and entertain a wide range of people with our music selection, information about the artists, current affairs and local events. We are part of the multicultural program. Responsible for radio “Bunte Welle” are Hilli and Fritz Schmitt, whereby Hilli leads you through the show as a moderator and Fritz ac ...
 
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 ...
 
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. Follow me on www.facebook.com/ieltsetc 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/
 
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Pacific community leaders share their aspirations for the NZ government post-election results; PNG corrections working to prevent deadly prison breaks; A constitutional change in Tonga raises some questions;Marshall Islands slams Chinese 'bullies' at Taiwan event in Fiji; PNG called on to change course away from extractive industries;Prioritising c…
 
With Antonia QuirkeAntonia continues her look at women and horror with directors Josephine Decker and Natalie Erika James. Relic was inspired by Natalie's experience of looking after her grandmother who had been diagnosed with dementia. Shirley is the story of Shirley Jackson, the author of The Haunting Of Hill House, but is not a conventional bio-…
 
Simple Programmer is now BACK with a brand new YouTube ChannelSUBSCRIBE HERE: https://simpleprogrammer.com/subscribespyt Today I'm going to talk about why you need to stop it with the startup nonsense. And instead, what you need to do if you want to build a business as a programmer is to create a bootstrap company. And in this video, I'm going to t…
 
RAW 1251 station manager Sian Bolton and former programmer Ed Farrar tell us about plans for the student station’s 50th anniversary next week - and discuss what life is like in the student radio sector during the pandemic. Stuart Clarkson & Roy Martin chat through the other big stories of the week in the radio industry. Processing by Ian Deeley. Vo…
 
I had a special request from Isabella on Instagram today 👋🇧🇷. She asked me to look at a really difficult text (yes, this one's 9/10!). It's an Academic Passage 3 and it follows the Reading Type 2 structure (discursive) which goes like this - Title: asks a question (Why? The answer is not what everyone thinks). 1. Old theory: Everyone thinks fairy t…
 
Jade Morgan didn't let a 6-year prison sentence and early gang ties define him. His work reconnecting Dunedin prisoners with their whakapapa using Te Ao Maori - whether that's through martial arts, kapa haka or oratory - has been recognised with a national Te Putanga Toi Arts Access Award. He's been running his tikanga programme, Te Hokai Manea Tip…
 
"Alright, Alright, Alright" Matthew McConaughey's Dazed And Confused catchphrase sums up how life has turned out for the actor. Now 50 and the father of three children, the Academy Award-winner has mined his diaries to write a candid and philosophical memoir Greenlights. He reflects on growing up in rural Texas as the the son of parents who married…
 
"Small things tell big stories" is Wellington-based archaeologist Mary O' Keeffe's mantra. She spends her time uncovering fragments of our past from building and roading sites, piecing together narratives about how we lived, and who we are today. She's dived shipwrecks, worked on the Peka Peka to Mackays Crossing expressway north of Wellington, and…
 
Three-time Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter and guitarist Ben Harper has a soft spot for Aotearoa and the feeling is mutual. Since his 1994 debut Harper has pushed musical boundaries, mixing folk, blues, hard rock, country, jazz and reggae, but his lap steel guitar has been ever present. Now he's put his Monteleone guitar front and centre, w…
 
Within 48 hours of Donald Trump's 2016 victory, Masha Gessen's essay Autocracy: Rules for Survival had gone viral. A staff writer at The New Yorker, Gessen's Soviet childhood and two decades covering the resurgence of totalitarianism in Russia, made them uniquely qualified to assess Trump's potential to become an autocratic leader. In their new boo…
 
Life coach and counsellor Kristie Amadio is using her own experiences to help others recover from eating disorders. Formerly a top level weightlifter, she developed anorexia as a teenager while in training for the 2004 Olympic Games. After struggling to find suitable treatment in Australia and New Zealand she traveled to the States for months of re…
 
It's less than two weeks until the US election. April Ryan joins us to discuss the latest from Presidential race, and to digest the reaction to the final debate between Joe Biden and Donald Trump. Ryan is the White House Correspondent and Washington DC Bureau Chief for American Urban Radio Networks, a political analyst for CNN, and the author of th…
 
Danubian limes could have already been listed on the UNESCO world heritage list. What is the reason for the delay? And what are the limes actually? Bratislava has its thirds bikesharing - the pink bikes. Bratislava's cyclocoordinator and an cycling activist explain what are their specifics.
 
A farm based wool carding business in Central Otago sends fibre ready for spinning to customers as far afield as Russia. Barb and Stuart Peel's carding machine was built in England in 1951 and was shipped to New Zealand where it was used in a Milton woollen mill. It now cards about five tonnes of wool a year. The natural, mixed and dyed fibre is th…
 
Today was the final US presidential election debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic contender Joe Biden. It's 12 days until the November 3rd election and already a record 47-million Americans have cast ballots. Karyn speaks with Brendon O'Connor who the associate professor of American politics at the American Studies Centre, Universit…
 
The message is clear - and you may have even received a reminder text on your phone - we're to treat this Labour Weekend as a test run for Christmas. So whether you're on the move right now, have yet to set off, have just arrived, or are staying put this long weekend...scan your movements when you're out in public. Karyn speaks with Sandra Goudie w…
 
Donald Trump and Joe Biden went head to head in the third presidential debate in Nashville in a final bid to win over undecided voters. And while it was a much more civilised and restrained debate this time round, it was still full of clashes over taxes, climate change, race and of course - the pandemic. Our worldwatch reporter, Perlina Lau has mor…
 
A emergency review into live stock exports raises serious questions about conditions for animals onboard, accuracy of welfare reports, the experience of crew and the suitability of ships for the job. The Ministry for Primary Industries put an immediate halt on applications for live animal shipments after the Gulf Livestock 1, which went down in a t…
 
Two New Zealanders are front and centre ahead of the final race of the IndyCar season in Florida. Scott Dixon is chasing his sixth championship on the streets of St Petersburg on Monday morning. The event also marks the IndyCar debut for Scott McLaughlin - who has jetted straight to the US having just wrapped up his third straight Australian Superc…
 
A bootcamp at an Auckland beach is now the latest strand in the country's new Covid-19 cluster. About 10 people who attended the outdoor class run by Snap Fitness in Browns Bay are considered close contacts of a port worker who later tested positive for Covid-19. Health officials say the bootcamp is linked to what they're calling the marine employe…
 
The Taranaki oil and gas sector has been dealt another blow today with announcement that the operator of the floating production and storage vessel Umuroa has been put into voluntary liquidation. The Umuroa has been sitting on the ill-fated Tui Oil field, which was abandoned by Tamarind Taranaki in December, incurring tens of millions of dollars in…
 
It was a slightly muted final Presidential debate - in more ways than one. President Trump and former Veep Joe Biden faced off for one last time before election day. The first debate that was described as a hot mess in a dumspter fire and a train wreck after the pair shouted over each other, meant some rules changes. This time, each of the candidat…
 
Health officials have launched what they're described as a 72 hour blitz to encourage testing, and scanning of the Covid tracer app. There is one new case in the community on Friday - a close household contact of one of the cases from the marine employee cluster. There are also eight new cases of the coronavirus in managed isolation, seven of which…
 
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