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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 ...
 
The Business Buying Strategies Podcast comes from The Dealmaker's Academy, the world's leading training on buying and selling businesses - without risking your own money! Each week we talk to leading experts, discuss business buying strategies, offer hints and tips and cover the essential skills you will need to buy and sell businesses effectively.
 
A podcast to celebrate the diversity of profiles and journeys of our fellow software devs. Get inside the head of amazing coders, speakers, architects, thought leaders, agilists and much more, and listen to the fascinating stories of their journeys! Subscribe on the major platforms or via the podcasting App of your choice: Itunes - https://apple.co/2DWk5CW Stitcher - http://bit.ly/2U7G931 GoogleMusic - http://bit.ly/2ALx8E0 Spotify - https://spoti.fi/2BLtV9p TuneIn - http://bit.ly/2DXzpiS .. ...
 
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 ...
 
We're Emma Bostian, Kelly Vaughn, and Ali Spittel - three seasoned software developers working in different sectors. Since there's a major lack of technical podcasts out there, we've decided to start one. Just kidding -- there's already a ton! But, we wanted to add our voices to the space and share our experiences and advice. We'll have great discussions around how to start coding, the hot technologies right now, how to get your first developer job, and more!
 
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 ...
 
Programmer's Notes is a podcast where programming tools, languages, and the like are thoroughly explained. By the end of each episode listeners should have a solid base on the episode topic and have the required knowledge to start using the discussed tool, language, or the like. Please feel free to contact us with questions or episode requests at ProgrammersNotesPodcast@gmail.com, requests will help us get more content out there.
 
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.
 
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Whether it's a recipe book full of mouthwatering meals, a deep dive into the science of what we eat or a collection of must-try cocktails, books about food and drink have the power to educate, entertain and enthrall - all in the comfort of your own home. And this year, that's been more important than ever!The Food Programme's presenting team - Shei…
 
Simple Programmer is now BACK with a brand new YouTube ChannelSUBSCRIBE HERE: https://simpleprogrammer.com/subscribespyt Today, I'm gonna do a real quick video today to tell you about how not to be scammed as a freelancer as a programmer because you might be doing some side jobs. It's a really dangerous situation in terms of wasting your time. I've…
 
Industry stalwarts Phil Riley and David Lloyd talk to Stuart Clarkson about their new project - Boom Radio UK, which plans to launch in early 2021 targeting the baby boomer generation. Plus, Roy Martin joins Stuart to look at the big industry stories of the week. Processing by Ian Deeley. Voiceover by Hannah Patterson. Original music by Mcasso.…
 
An immunisation expert is warning measles is just one plane trip away from an ugly resurgence here if the country doesn't get more young people vaccinated. The campaign to vaccinate the hundreds of thousands who make the country vulnerable to another measles outbreak has managed to immunise just 4000. Health professionals says it is been tough goin…
 
Hamilton man Geoff Hopkins was visiting Whakaari/White Island with his daughter Lillian on the day of the explosion a year ago says nobody should be blamed for what was a 'natural disaster'. After a year-long investigation into the explosion on Whakaari White Island, WorkSafe yesterday laid charges against 10 organisations and three individuals. Th…
 
A Reefton resident says closure of the town's only bank means those without transport or a computer will struggle to manage their finances. The West Coast township is among others around the country affected by the Bank of New Zealand's decision to close down 38 of its branches by mid next year. Reefton local Di Griffin says the closest banking ser…
 
The owners of Whakaari/White Island have confirmed they are among those charged in relation to last year's deadly eruption. Yesterday The health and safety authority Worksafe charged 10 organisations and three individuals over the eruption almost a year ago. The island is owned by the Buttle family, through Whakaari Management Limited and its three…
 
Residents in the Porirua suburb of Plimmerton were unexpectedly visited by kura/crayfish as the flooding carried some of them down the valley. Heavy rain on Sunday afternoon meant 15 homes were deemed uninhabitable with extensive damage to roads. The cleanup operation will continue today after more heavy rain last night. Allan Dodson is a Plimmerto…
 
This week's TradeMe real estate feature is an absolutely magnificent property in 'Omokaroa' near Tauranga. Ataahua is described by the agent as a "beautiful Italian-Kiwi affair", boasting more than 6 bedrooms on more than 10-thousand square metres of land. But first, TradeMe's Millie Silvester tells producer Jeremy Parkinson of an auction for dinne…
 
Nga Taonga Toi a Te Waka Toi - the Te Waka Toi Awards 2020 have been live-streamed tonight. Leading Maori artists, advocates and community leaders were recognised for outstanding achievement, leadership and excellence in this year's 34th annual Awards. The awards make sure the unique value of Maori arts is recognised, protected, and promoted in Aot…
 
WorkSafe has laid charges against 10 organisations and three individuals in relation to the Whakaari White Island disaster. WorkSafe says it cannot name the parties charged, because they have a right to seek name suppression at the first court appearance next month. Worksafe says it won't be releasing the investigation report, because the matter is…
 
Pacific Islands seasonal workers who will be allowed into New Zealand under a new border exemption will finally be paid a living wage. The New Zealand government has granted a border exception for 2000 workers under the Recognised Seasonal Employers scheme in the new year. New conditions in place include a standard living wage for the Pacific worke…
 
Some Māori academics are skeptical about whether one of the country's oldest media organisations - which has owned up to perpetuating racist narratives about tangata whenua - can change. Stuff has apologised after an internal investigation of all its publications dating back 160 years found it used racist stereotypes and marginalised Māori voices i…
 
An investigation by a group Muslims has found their community knew they were vulnerable to a terrorism attack, but were failed by the government agencies that were meant to protect them. The Federation of Islamic Associations has taken the unusual step of publicly releasing its submission to the Royal Commission investigating the mosque terror atta…
 
The beleaguered Ports of Auckland has suffered another setback. The automation part of its business has been halted while an investigation looks into how a "robot" was able to jump a concrete barrier hitting a shipping container at the weekend. WorkSafe has been advised and is looking into the incident. The council-owned company is already under fi…
 
In this episode, we talk about learning to code when you’re older, with Allison Sheridan, creator of the NosillaCast Mac Podcast, and former IT Fellow at Raytheon. Allison talks about why she picked up coding in her retirement, her challenges and successes on her coding journey, as well as her tips for learning. Show Links TwilioQuest (sponsor) Dev…
 
The world of Covid-19 has forced some people to switch their livelihoods around entirely. A Havelock North woman used to sell safari trips to Africa - now she's working as a coffee roaster. She's one of about 17,000 women in New Zealand who left the tourism industry due to Covid-19 - far higher than the number of men. Hawke's Bay reporter Tom Kitch…
 
The Breakers basketball team are preparing to set up camp across the Tasman for up to six months. The team was due to leave tomorrow but have delayed their departure to coincide with the release of their American imports from quarantine in Australia. They'll now head over on December 13 and be based in Melbourne for the Australian Basketball League…
 
Border restrictions in the Pacific due to Covid-19 are keeping New Zealand-based Pasifika apart from their families back in the islands this Christmas. For many families, it's an annual tradition to travel to the islands to see their families and re-connect with their culture - for others it's a long awaited holiday. Sela Jane Hopgood spoke to fami…
 
The organiser of WOMAD says it had little choice but to pull out of the 2021 event. The Taranaki Arts Festival Trust says it risked losing millions of dollars and going broke if Covid-19 disrupted the festival. WOMAD UK, however, says it is pushing on with plans for a New Zealand festival in March, drawing on Kiwi talent. RNZ Taranaki Whanganui rep…
 
Two GPs caring for patients who died after switching brands of an epilepsy drug say they were not aware of the Pharmac brand switch when they prescribed the drug for their patients. The GPs were giving evidence at an inquest which opened today into the role the Pharmac brand switch had on the deaths of six people, who died after changing brands of …
 
Motorists could be charged $3.50 to drive through Auckland's central city during peak hours. A joint government - Auckland Council report says there's a strong case for congestion charging in the city, but the main problem's likely to be push back from the government. Included in the shortlist of five charging options is one that would ping motoris…
 
Warning: Details in this report will be distressing to some listeners. A woman who was abused as a child by a Marist Brother has challenged the Church to make urgent changes to the way it operates. The Royal Commission on Abuse in Care is hearing from people abused in while in the care of the Catholic and Anglican Churches and the Salvation Army. T…
 
Residents of the Porirua suburb of Plimmerton are busy cleaning up and getting rid of the mud after extensive flooding damaged more than a dozen properties. At the same time, the Council and other organisations are busy making sure the city's water pipes and infrastructure is ready for another evening of heavy rain. Harry Lock reports.…
 
After the largest and most complex investigation WorkSafe has ever carried out, it's laid criminal charges against 13 parties in relation to the Whakaari White Island eruption last December - ten organisations and three individuals. The agency won't reveal their names, because under New Zealand law they are first given the opportunity to seek name …
 
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