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Emotional Balance Sheet is a show focused on working parents and families who are struggling to balance the pressures of multiple financial priorities and life transitions. It is a guide to help you manage life, money, and multiples. Each episode we’ll provide insights on successfully sustaining an active lifestyle, career, and family through comprehensive wealth management strategies, financial education, and lifestyle planning specific to parents raising twins, triplets and more. Your Host ...
 
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Sonic Pi is a new kind of musical instrument which enables exciting new learning pathways in the classroom! Not only can you create music quickly and "live code" your music to change when performing, but you can also use Sonic Pi as a way to learn coding in a more creative way rather than focusing on abstract concepts or working with data. https://…
 
Am I providing my family with the best possible life I can? That was the question that Cullen Roche, an accomplished author, writer, and expert in global macroeconomics, behavioral finance, and monetary theory, brought to our attention during our conversation. We also discussed the topic of inflation, what it is, how to understand it, and where it …
 
Xe Iaso is the Archmage of Infrastructure at Tailscale and previously worked at Heroku. This episode originally aired on Software Engineering Radio but includes some additional discussion about their blog near the end of the episode. Topics covered: Use cases for VPNs Simplifying service authentication by identifying users via IP Peer-to-peer vs ce…
 
C64 OS has one goal. Make a Commodore 64 feel fast and useful in today’s modern world. It's a very high bar. The C64 was introduced in 1982 and has an 8-bit, 1MHz, 6510 CPU with just 64 kilobytes of directly addressable memory. It has a screen resolution of 320x200 pixels, and a fixed palette of 16 colors. But, it is an incredibly versatile machine…
 
Ep.82 – When you envision what retirement looks like, what comes to mind first? Bucket lists, freedom, the ability to do anything you want? What about the loss of identity, purpose, or relationships? Our lives are full of under-rated transitions, and the transition from your career to retirement, in my mind, is one of the most critical transitions …
 
The demoscene is an international computer art subculture focused on producing demos: self-contained, sometimes extremely small, computer programs that produce audiovisual presentations. When was the last time you coded something that fit in 4k? How about just 1024 bytes? Bilgem Çakır is one of many folks still making the Commodore 64 sing and do t…
 
What if you had to choose between your family or your career? While the answer may seem obvious, the complications behind such a decision can be endless. This is the precise situation that Jayne Monroe and her husband Mike found themselves in after having one of their triplet boys diagnosed with ADHD. A situation that came to a tipping point after …
 
Gustavo Pezzi wants to teach YOU (and everyone) how to code...in 6502 assembly on 40 year old machines! There's something amazing about coding on the absolute metal and owning the entire machine/stack. https://pikuma.com teaches the learn the fundamentals of computer science and mathematics in creative and dynamic ways using older game consoles and…
 
As a parent, do you see raising your kids as an opportunity to improve yourself? Does being a parent help or force you to change the behavior you want to model for your kids? Todd Adams is a regular dad trying to do extraordinary things. While maintaining a full-time career, he and his wife, Cathy, started Zen Parenting Radio over 11 years ago. A p…
 
Jonathan Shariat is the coauthor of the book Tragic Design and co-host of the Design Review Podcast. He's currently a Sr. Interaction Designer & Accessibility Program Lead at Google. This episode originally aired on Software Engineering Radio. Topics covered: How poor design kills in medical environments Causing harm with features meant to bring jo…
 
What if, one day, you decided to quit your job? Without having another one already lined up? This is the email Anya Kamenetz sent, which instantly grabbed my attention. Anya covered education for many years at NPR. She speaks, writes, and thinks about learning and the future. Anya is a returning guest. You can find our previous conversation in the …
 
Denis started at Sun Microsystems and Oracle where he worked on JVM/JDK and led one of the Java development groups. After learning Java from the inside, he joined the world of distributed systems and databases, where he's remained ever since. He talks to Scott about how to build large horizontal cloud apps that are geo-distributed and truly global.…
 
Eight years ago, I was introduced to someone who helped change the direction of my life. I am quite positive that I am not the only person whose life has been impacted by this one person. The funny thing, this is the first time that I have been able to speak with and thank Scott Hanselman. Scott Hanselman is a programmer, teacher, and speaker. Alth…
 
Mohammed Osman strongly believes that blogging greatly improved his my career and encourages everyone to give it a try. Things like content research, learning SEO, hosting your own sites and blogs and lead to job opportunities, speaking opportunities and more! He talks to Scott about how he's used this blog to teach (and learn) Azure and help get f…
 
My guest this week is Scott Kapeller, a leader in pharmaceutical sales and, more importantly, the father of triplet girls. Scott is a good friend and neighbor of mine in which we share a lot of similar life experiences, one of which is being the father of triplets. One of the life-changing experiences that Scott and I share is that we both went thr…
 
Lisi Hocke commits to a personal challenge every year, publicly! This is a great way to encourage accountability and learn and improve public. She commits to one challenge per year and a continuing learning journey. Scott talks to Lisi about getting out of our personal, professional, and technical comfort zones and getting better through accountabi…
 
This episode originally aired on Software Engineering Radio. Randy Shoup is the VP of Engineering and Chief Architect at eBay. He was previously the VP of Engineering at WeWork and Stitch Fix, a Director of Engineering at Google Cloud where he worked on App Engine, and a Chief Engineer and Distinguished Architect at eBay in 2004. Topics covered: eB…
 
Erica Brescia co-founded Bitnami, and later joined GitHub as COO. She's also on the board of directors of the Linux Foundation. This week she talks to Scott about how VC works, where the money comes from, how one moves from idea to funded, and how companies like Redpoint help support founders.By Scott Hanselman
 
How do you help your kids determine what they want to be when they grow up? Furthermore, how do you balance the emotional and financial sides of going through the college planning process to help them find their way? These are questions that almost every parent and family wrestle with when it comes to raising kids. Fortunately, there are profession…
 
Are you willing to do the work and focus on someone else besides yourself? Are you willing to be a better person for it? These are the same questions that drive Cathy Adams, a self-awareness expert, podcast host, & author focus on helping parents and empowering families. Cathy is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Certified Parent Coach, Certified …
 
Subscribe to the show on Apple Podcast |Google Podcast | Amazon Music | Spotify How are you adjusting to parenting as we move into a post-Covid world? Are you back to the rat race and overscheduling that so many parents experience before Covid? Dr. Lindsay Malloy is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Ontario Tech University, specializing in de…
 
Nell Shamrell-Harrington is a Principal Software Engineer at Microsoft and as a Board Director at the Rust Foundation. Rust is a low-level statically-typed multi-paradigm programming language that’s focused on safety and performance. In a world of C and C++, why should you use Rust? Why does Rust shine and what problems does it solve?…
 
What has a bigger impact on our brain health, genetics, or environment? And if we can't change our genetics, can we change our environment to improve our brain health? Dr. Teryn Clarke, a board-certified neurologist with a primary focus on memory and cognitive health, rejoins us on the show to talk about how we can optimize our brain health. As Dr.…
 
Ox optimizes fulfillment operations by automating manual tasks and increasing workforce efficiency. Ox's CEO Charu Thomas started thinking about this space in college and then ended up founded a company in Northwest Arkansas! As a second-year undergraduate, Charu took her concept to Thad Starner, a professor in Georgia Tech’s College of Computing, …
 
Aren't we all selling something? Our time, ideas, or influence. But what are we selling to our kids as parents? Jay Rooke is charting a new way to become a salesperson to your kids as parents; he calls it parenting with comedy, otherwise known as Gonzo Parenting! Jay, the father of twins, considers parenting a full-contact sport, and I couldn't agr…
 
Journey Foods is a SaaS company that supports product management and intelligence services for food businesses. They are changing food science inefficiencies and problematic supply chains. Scott talks to biologist turned multi-hyphenate entrepreneur Riana Lynn about our food supply, how we understand it, how it's analyzed and thought about, and how…
 
Do you feel overworked and on your way to burnout? Have you returned to running a chaotic life as we move into a post-Covid world? Burnout is the number one topic that Melody Wilding, a licensed therapist and coach is helping to address with her current clients. A year ago, Melody was on our show when she launched her book, Trust Yourself, and how …
 
How did we go from one extreme to another with the stock market and inflation? How is inflation changing the way we go about our daily lives? Josh Brown is the CEO of Ritholtz Wealth Management and a contributor on CNBC, and these are just a few of the topics and questions we address during our conversation. Josh is a person I have been following f…
 
Enabled Play helps people turn anything into a new input for their computers, game consoles, and more. Powered by offline, private, and personalized Artificial Intelligence and distributed services – all packed into affordable devices and apps. Imagine playing Elden Ring with just your facial expressions! Or enabling keyboards, mice, and game pads …
 
Have you stopped for a moment and thought about your future self? Go ahead, take a few moments. It’s not a natural state to think about what your future self may look like, but you could be doing yourself a huge disservice by only thinking about your present self. Mariel Beasley is the co-director of the Common Cents Lab at Duke University, where t…
 
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