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ALL MARINE RADIO provides a place where current and former Marines, family members, other veterans and concerned citizens can connect with the culture of the US Marines; while connected, we promote: post-traumatic mental health awareness in order to enhance the quality of life of anyone who can benefit from this discussion. Daily LIVE radio shows each weekday from 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM Pacific Time
 
This podcast inspired by the bestselling book, "Life Is Not Complicated, You Are: Turning Your Biggest Disappointments Into Your Greatest Blessings", is a platform designed to discuss relevant issues and controversial ideas that are prevalent in today’s society. The in-depth interviews are conducted by best-selling author Carlos Wallace.
 
Hello, Hola, Hallo, Salut, and مرحبا! We’re Lama and Sarah, and we’ve been best friends since we were four. We are currently in a long-distance-best-friendship and often find ourselves chatting on the phone for hours on end about everything from culture, politics, mental health, awkward things that people don’t really wanna talk about, to the rollercoaster ride called life. Follow us on our journey to retain our sisterly friendship, while growing and learning about the world from two ends of ...
 
Harmonics with Beth Behrs is a new podcast exploring the unexpected ways that music and creativity can lead to wellness and healing. Hosted and produced by actress Beth Behrs (The Neighborhood, 2 Broke Girls), Harmonics was born during a time when many people around the world are slowing down, looking inward and more in need of healing and self care than ever before.
 
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Stephanie and Joël attended RubyConf Mini, and both spoke there. They discuss takeaways and highlights from the conference. The core idea for this episode is explained in this article: Constructive vs. Predicative Data. This came up recently in a conversation at thoughtbot about designing a database schema and what constraints could be encoded in t…
 
This week, Steph and Joël discuss investment time and keeping track of things they want to learn. How do you, dear listener, keep track of things you want to learn? When investment time rolls around, what do you reach for, or how do you prioritize that list? Are there things you actively decide not to focus on when choosing where to develop deep ex…
 
thoughtbotter Stephanie Minn joins The Bike Shed as co-host! 🎉 Joël and Stephanie talk about continuing on a rewrite and redesign of a legacy Rails app and working incrementally. This episode is brought to you by Airbrake. Visit Frictionless error monitoring and performance insight for your app stack. Stephanie's listener question Stephanie's older…
 
“My belief is, we are not so much separated by race or ethnicity anymore. Privileges that used to be determined by the color of one’s skin has are now being decided by the color of money—The great divide is one of haves and have nots.”― Carlos Wallace --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lifeisnotcomplicated/message…
 
Fellow thoughtboter Sarah Lima joins Joël to discuss an issue Sarah had when she was doing a code review recently: making HTTP requests in an ActiveRecord model. Her concern with that approach was that a class was having too many responsibilities that would break the single-responsibility principle, and that it would make the class hard to maintain…
 
Joël is joined by Amanda Beiner, a Senior Software Engineer at GitHub, who is known for her legendary well-organized notes. They talk about various types of notes: debugging, todos, mental stack, Zetelkasten/evergreen notes, notetaking apps and systems, and visual note-taking and diagramming too! @amandabeiner Mermaid.live Monodraw Zettlekasten Eve…
 
“Ignorance is a progressive thinker’s enemy; acceptance, awareness, accountability and action are the tools of the informed; of people who want change and do all they can to achieve it.” ― Carlos Wallace, The Other 99 T.Y.M.E.S: Train Your Mind to Enjoy Serenity --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lifeisnotcomplicated/message…
 
Guest and fellow thoughtbotter Stephanie Minn and Joël chat about how the idea of specialized vocabulary came up during a discussion of the Ruby Science book. We have all these names for code smells and refactors. Before knowing these names, we often have a vague sense of the ideas but having a name makes them more real. They also give us ways to t…
 
Jeremy Cann aka JCann has had to fight hard to achieve success. When it comes to his comedy no one is safe! Born in Houston, TX, stand-up comedian, writer and actor JCann is known for his online social media presence and hilarious old school character, Uncle Dynamite. Most of his material minded from his own life experiences and his family. JCann i…
 
Guest Geoff Harcourt, CTO of CommonLit, joins Joël to talk about a thing that comes up with a lot with clients: the performance of their test suite. It's often a concern because with test suites, until it becomes a problem, people tend to not treat it very well, and people ask for help on making their test suites faster. Geoff shares how he handles…
 
There is a considerable difference between knowing and accepting that we are a work in progress, then programming ourselves to believe that some commonly accepted, socially influenced changes will help mask our issues; issues that will take a lot more to resolve than a list of empty affirmations made on what is just another day. ― Carlos Wallace, L…
 
Why does the history of computing matter? Joël and Developer at thoughtbot Sara Jackson, ponder this and share some cool stories (and trivia!!) behind the tools we use in the industry. This episode is brought to you by Airbrake. Visit Frictionless error monitoring and performance insight for your app stack. Sara on Twitter UNIX philosophy Hillel Wa…
 
Most times, it is not that we cannot; it is that we will not, or we are too afraid to even try. Fear limits us. Uncertainty limits us. Doubt limits us. We must get out of our own way to reach our chosen destination. ― Carlos Wallace, Life Is Not Complicated-You Are: Turning Your Biggest Disappointments Into Your Greatest Blessings --- Send in a voi…
 
As developers, we care a lot about code quality. How do we know how good is good enough? When do we stop improving code? Alternatively, when working on code that's really bad, how much do you improve it before calling it a day? thoughtbot's Stephanie Minn joins Joël to chat about this and case expressions: We recently discussed these as part of tho…
 
It's Joël's first episode as host of The Bike Shed! 👋 Joël has fellow thoughtbotter Steve Polito join him to talk about the benefits and drawbacks of "learning in public" and how there are many, many different ways to do it. This episode is brought to you by Airbrake. Visit Frictionless error monitoring and performance insight for your app stack. T…
 
Steph and Chris announce Joël Quenneville as the new host of the show! 🎉 Joël talks about his grand plans for where The Bike Shed is going to go from here. (Okay, maybe not grand plans...!) Together, the group chats about unpopular opinions and hot programming takes. This episode is brought to you by Airbrake. Visit Frictionless error monitoring an…
 
Chris talks about a small toy app he maintains on the side and working with a project called capybara_table. Steph is getting ready for maternity leave and wonders how you track velocity and know if you're working quickly enough? They answer a listener's question about where to get started testing a legacy app. This episode is brought to you by Air…
 
This interview was originally published on ALL MARINE RADIO in August of 2016 — due to technical errors it has not been available to listeners… enjoy. Mac Karl Marlantes needs no introduction to most Marines… but in case you don’t know him, here is a brief rundown of who he is from Wikipedia: Karl Arthur […]…
 
Natural disaster movies, anyone? It's what Steph's been into, and Chris has THOUGHTS on the drilling in Armageddon. Additionally, a chat around RuboCop RSpec rules happens, and they answer a listener's question, "how do you get acquainted with a new code base?" This episode is brought to you by BuildPulse. Start your 14-day free trial of BuildPulse…
 
Grant Newsham is a senior research fellow at the Japan Forum for Strategic Studies, a senior research fellow at the Center for Security Policy and a retired United States Marine Officer. He was the first US Marine liaison officer to the Japan Ground Self Defense force and was instrumental in promoting the JSDF’s initial moves […]…
 
CWO4 Woody Williams, USMC (ret) is a Marine Corps legend. He was the recipient of the Medal of Honor for his actions against Japanese forces on the island of Iwo Jima and was the last surviving Marine Corps World War II Medal of Honor recipient. He joined ALL MARINE RADIO at the Marine Corps Marathon […]…
 
Steph has an update and a question wrapped into one about the work that is being done to migrate the Test::Unit test over to RSpec. Chris got to do something exciting this week using dry-monads. Success or failure? This episode is brought to you by BuildPulse. Start your 14-day free trial of BuildPulse today. Bartender dry-rb - dry-monads v1.0 - Pa…
 
Three retired Marine Infantry Officers — Colonel Will Costantini, Colonel Jeff Kenney & Major Tim Lynch join host Mike McNamara for an hour of current events discussion every Thursday here on ALL MARINE RADIO. TODAY’S TOPICS: The passing of former Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps, General Richard “Butch” Neal, USMC READER QUESTION: “How hav…
 
A week ago a Marine Sergeant gave me the quote that sits to the right of this text. I thought it was a profound piece of wisdom and so I went looking for the author. His name is Geoff Hopf. As luck sometimes has it, he’s a former Marine who fought in […]By Michael F. McNamara
 
Chris is weathering through a slight lull, a holding period, where his team waits for new features to become available with some of the platforms they integrate with, and as they think out new facets of the platform they're building. Steph has been thinking recently about working in isolation. It's a topic that Joël Quenneville pointed out to her a…
 
Upon his passing, we share two wonderful interviews with a remarkable American… Richard I. “Butch” Neal, who haled from Hull, Massachusetts, and rose to become the Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps. Some notes: You can find his biography HERE and HERE The second interview begins at 2:06:00 (if you want to skip to that…) […]…
 
Three retired Marine Infantry Officers — Colonel Will Costantini, Colonel Jeff Kenney & Major Tim Lynch join host Mike McNamara for an hour of current events discussion every Thursday here on ALL MARINE RADIO. TODAY’S TOPICS: SECNAV Letters of Censure USN & USMC aviation safety standdowns Ukraine War & Russian Electronic Warfare…
 
Grant Newsham is a senior research fellow at the Japan Forum for Strategic Studies, a senior research fellow at the Center for Security Policy and a retired United States Marine Officer. He was the first US Marine liaison officer to the Japan Ground Self Defense force and was instrumental in promoting the JSDF’s initial moves […]…
 
Due anni e mezzo di Covid-19 hanno lasciato il segno anche sulla nostra salute mentale. La pandemia ha destabilizzato un po' tutti ma quando bisogna chiedere aiuto a un esperto? Quali sono i segnali ? Le risposte a Science, Please del Prof. Emanuele Caroppo, psichiatra e psicoanalista, consulente dell'OMS sull'impatto per la salute mentale del Covi…
 
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