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The NJ Tech Meetup is a monthly meeting of 150+ entrepreneurs and innovators from our impressive group of innovative and creative members. We meet monthly, usually at the Stevens Institute of Technology campus in Hoboken, NJ, to hear from smart feature speakers and interesting startups. The goal is an atmosphere of sharing best practices and learning from both failure and success.
 
GeekGirl Meets is a podcast that showcases female role models. GeekGirl host Cathy White (cathywhite10 on twitter), interviews an incredible woman in tech to unpick her career and provide inspiration for anyone considering a career change, looking to get motivated and wanting to explore the unknown.
 
Insurgency Knitting Circle is a variety show focused on personal freedom and liberty. 4 friends, from 4 different walks of life, discuss everything from side hustles to modern homesteading. We frequently discuss topics like lifestyle design, side hustles, farming / gardening, raising livestock, lifestyle resiliency, learning new skills, homesteading and many other various topics.
 
Software Engineer and Developer Advocate, Nic Raboy, shares all his tips and tricks to becoming a polyglot developer. Learn about the latest trends in web, mobile, and game development and how you can quickly get ahead in becoming an incredible developer. With a background in programming languages such as Java, Android, Node.js, and Golang and a background with frameworks such as Express, Ionic Framework, NativeScript, Zend Framework, and Apache Cordova, Nic Raboy is a polyglot with a lot to ...
 
EOS Go presents EOS Rad.io - your first source for the new blockchain internet of value! You'll hear from key contributors to EOS including interviews with block.one, dapp development teams and block producers - you'll also receive news updates and answers, meetup information, opportunities to get involved in EOS and more! We're LIVE on YouTube every Monday at 6pm EST or 23:00 UTC - podcast of the show posted within 12 hours. Go EOS!
 
With over 6000 members and almost 200 attendees each week, Friday Coffee Meetup (FCM) is one of the five largest tech meetups in the LA area. Thanks to the tireless efforts of the group’s 100% volunteer organization team, FCM has held over 300 events, graciously hosted by Cross Campus Pasadena. The free events are designed for the innovation community, and feature speakers on topics related to innovation, entrepreneurship and investing for startups. Presented by Echo-Factory, as part of a la ...
 
Basic Attention Token (BAT) is a revolutionary digital advertising and rewards platform from the inventor of JavaScript and co-founder of Mozilla and Firefox that rewards users in Ethereum-based BAT tokens. Brave is a fast, BAT-powered privacy browser that blocks all 3rd-party ads and trackers by default. Learn more about BAT, Brave and tech with this podcast!
 
If you don't live near an active Domain Driven Design meetup, or just want to get more in-depth knowledge of DDD, please join this vast growing community! Anyone is invited here. We strive to create a community of like-minded people eager to dive more into Domain Driven Design. We are going to organise panel discussions, community talks and more. So feel free to join us!
 
“At Scale” looks to bring you interesting discussions of engineering topics with people who have real life experience using and implementing software solutions around popular products and architectures in the technology industry. The show is being brought to you by Clarity Business Solutions, a small business focused on systems and software engineering, based out of the MD/DC area.
 
We are currently witnessing the creation of new and exciting digital platforms enabling people to trade, create and interact in new ways via content they are producing virtually. As a result new asset categories are emerging. Virtual Estate podcasts are established out of curiosity to explore and talk with the pioneers of these emerging new categories. Virtual Estate focuses on distributing the knowledge from the pioneers in this exciting space.
 
On the Business Marketing Show we talk all things online business marketing for building robust, reliable, all terrain businesses by properly leveraging the internet. Ed Keay-Smith from Online Impact & Brendan Tully from The Search Engine Shop combine their 20 years of Online Marketing & Business experience to bring you the last tools, strategies & real world examples to help you grow your online business.
 
DataFox is a company intelligence platform that helps sales, marketing, and investing teams find and prioritize target companies to source more opportunities. DataFox’s team of 100+ human analysts verify AI-sourced insights on millions of businesses to provide robust Company Data, Growth Signals, and Account Scoring. Our podcast brings you the best content from our executive interviews, our monthly sales optimization meetups, and our webinar series.
 
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We are stoked to bring you this episode. Today we sit down with Cosmin who was born in Romania during the last decade of communist rule. We get a first hand account of what life is like in this sort of political climate. This is an enlightening episode and I learned a hell of lot. Huge thanks to our guest! Questions, comments or suggestions? email …
 
As the interest in, and hype around, Knowledge Graphs is growing, there is also a growing need for sharing experience and best practices around them. Let’s talk about definitions, best practices, hype, and reality. What is a Knowledge Graph? How can I use a Knowledge Graph & how do i start building one? This panel is an opportunity to hear from ind…
 
Do Software architects have a bad name? Why? What are your expectations, what anti-patterns you experience? What are you thankful for from your architects? Should you have a software architect in the team, or between the teams? Changing the world starts with thinking and sharing the reasons. This podcast is the recording of our open discussion with…
 
Well, was it worth the wait? Yumezi has landed - the first new map, and the first new world in Zwift , for quite some time. Eagerly-awaited, much-delayed but now finally here, what does the community make of the new Tarmac with a strongly Eastern flavour? The Zwiftcast abandons its usual format for a special episode soliciting opinion on probably t…
 
Session #58 is going to be one to remember since it’s the first time we're hosting a fully anonymous panel. The guests we have coming on are experienced Binance Smart Chain (BSC) builders and active commentators, making it a perfect time to understand why Defi on BSC is picking up so much traction, what the future of the BSC network looks like, and…
 
Roland Dubois is the curator of "WebXR News", organizer of the NYC A-Frame Meetup group and part of the W3C immersive web working group. He is further known for hosting the Virtuleap WebXR Hackathon back in 2018 and his latest efforts contribute to accessibility in XR through the XRAccess.org and A11y initiatives in form of in-depth blog posts and …
 
May graph technology improve the deployment of humanitarian projects? The goal of using what we call “Graphs for good at Action Against Hunger” is to be more efficient and transparent, and this can have a crucial impact on people’s lives. Is there common behaviour factors between different projects? Can elements of different resources or projects b…
 
On session 57 of Blockchain & Booze, host Adam Levy welcomes Roham Gharegozlou, CEO and Co-Founder of DapperLabs. From CryptoKitties, NBA Top Shot, Flow Blockchain, and more, Roham is an undisputed web3 innovator. In this episode, we unveil his story as a crypto entrepreneur and an early visionary of NFTs.…
 
Simon, Shane and Nathan round up all the latest from Zwift. The podcasters look at what they believe to be a big first: Zwift has changed its mind over a plan to hide riders’ weight and height after an outcry from the racing community. Amidst other signs that Zwift may be extending its plans to consult the community on some planned changes, the Zwi…
 
Cat Swetel gave a brilliant Technologist's Introduction to Epistemic Injustice explaining "epistemic injustice"—what we know, how we know, and who gets to decide and influence our reality. There are two kinds of epistemic injustice: Testimonial injustice; When someone is ignored, or not believed, because of their sex, sexuality, gender presentation…
 
Big Data has transformed the world big time. It led many companies to strongly focus on data analytics, trying to collect and control gigantic amounts of data. After years in the rat race, several of them are slowly realizing that the continuous striving for having more data than others is maybe not the most meaningful business objective for everyo…
 
We’ve wanted it since Jarvis. And now it’s here. The Zwift universe celebrated this week as HQ finally delivered the ability to do a second or subsequent session - without exiting the game. Simon, Shane, Nathan and, as it’s a red letter day, special guest Eric Schlange, discuss the advent of the most requested feature of all time. Senior games guy …
 
Alban Denoyel is the co-founder and CEO of Sketchfab - the #1 platform to publish and explore 3D content online and in VR. Prior to Sketchfab, he launched a low cost web agency, and worked for 4 years in the 2D world of photojournalists. He loves making things (usually with wood or in 3D). He graduated from ESSEC Business School (Paris, France). We…
 
Join us in this special fireside chat with Udi Dahan answering all your questions spanning from Domain-Driven Design, Software Architecture from SOA, event-driven, CQRS, Large-scale distributed systems, Saga Patterns, Event sourcing, microservices and anything in between. Ask your questions upfront or during the session! You can also already engage…
 
Todays guests are Ava and Brandon from @Innisfree_farm in IG. They will be two of our presenters at the Freedom and Farmsteading 2021 event here in April. You can find them at @innisfree_farm on instagram or email them at Innisfreefarmktx@gmail.com We hope you enjoy the episode! You can support the show on our subscribe star page: https://www.subsc…
 
AI is transforming the financial media industry, impacting everything from content creation to consumption trends. Childs shares insights into how Dow Jones is reimagining what the news looks like. Learn how Dow Jones’ knowledge graph platform – powered by Stardog – enables the company to unify structured and unstructured data from a vast range of …
 
Domain-Driven Design is a lot about collaborative modelling, understanding the user's needs collaboratively to design and implement the best fitting model. We want the teams to do this as autonomous as possible, getting fast feedback and new insights into improving that model. At the same time, they need to stay aligned with the company goals and s…
 
Ben Erwin is a subject matter expert on the vanguard of the Immersive Web, WebXR (AR/VR/MR), Spatial Computing, and Volumetric Video ecosystem of hardware, software, content, and use cases. Ben has been a web innovation frontiersman since the 90s, now applying his deep expertise to advise on next generation web-based interfaces and experiences for …
 
Simon, Shane and Nathan reconvene to consider the state of the Zwift nation. Once the pressing matter of “leg posts” is dealt with, the podcasters move on to discuss the content of Simon’s interview with Zwift’s new hire Mark Cote, the company’s director of programming and content. One of the many strands of Mark’s expansive new role, which he expl…
 
In Knowledge Connexions 2020, we had the honor and the privilege of hosting Hamlet Batista, alongside Dawn Anderson, David Amerland, Jason Barnard, and Andrea Volpini This great group of people shared their insights on "Knowledge Graphs and SEO: The next chapter" It is with deep sadness that we have learned that Hamlet Batista passed away in Januar…
 
The Weekly BAT + Podcast Ep. 75 — IPFS Support in the Brave desktop browser, AMA w/ Brian Bondy (Brave CTO) & Dietrich Ayala (IPFS Ecosystem Lead), BAT Indonesia virtual meetup! https://blog.batcommunity.orgBy BAT Community
 
People wonder how distilling the Core with the Core, supportive and generic subdomains fit and what space. What concepts are in the problem space, and what is the solution? And what is a precise definition of problem and solution space? Join us in this session are a diverse group of people spanning multiple disciplines to look at how they see the r…
 
Today I sift through my seed packets and tell you guys what im planting this year. Huge thank you to baker creek seed company for donating a huge box of seeds for the freedom and farmsteading event in april. you can find them at www.rareseeds.com if you have a question or omment or wnt to sign up for the april event email me at: chicken.guy@thewifi…
 
One of the most challenging and frustrating things about being a tech writer is managing screenshots in your product documentation. How many times have you needed to take complex screenshots of your product and meticulously marked them up with callouts only to be told that a field has changed and you need to do everything again? It’s so frustrating…
 
A new episode for a New Year - and 2021 has dawned with, as usual, lots of Zwift news and developments for the Zwiftcasters to discuss.The trio start off with an exploration of the possible reasons why Simon’s very favourite pacer bot may have had an identity change. Coco is now Cara! But why? Simon has a theory. The podcasters move on to discuss t…
 
There are many reasons to split up large-scale systems towards more modular, smaller services with their own model and language. You can decouple teams and give full autonomy of that service to a team. By decoupling services and teams you can handle changes to the domain faster, having a faster time to market. You decrease the cognitive load of the…
 
We talk to Andrzej about how he started js13kGames and about his career as HTML5 game developer. We learn about web monetization and how he makes a living as a gamedev, as well as his view on WebVR. **Links:** https://enclavegames.com/ - Andrej's Game Studio https://js13kgames.com/ - Website of the js13kGames competition https://js13kgames.com/webx…
 
Just before all the holidays start we are closing this year virtual Domain-driven design meetups with the last meetup. So grab your drinks (tea, lemonade or anything you want!) and come join with your DDD questions to this Ask us anything party! We have invited several people from the community who will join an online fishbowl in a zoom webinar. Yo…
 
Simon, Shane and Nathan link up for another chat about all matters Zwift. And this episode the Zwiftcasters are preoccupied with one question: Where Is Zwift Going This Winter? They attempt to answer the question by examining the most recent information given out by Zwift CEO Eric Min who gave an interview to Bloomberg and revealed a few snippets d…
 
From twitter: https://twitter.com/mathiasverraes/status/1298665213978447873?s=20 Using collaborative modelling to build a shared understanding of your domain and use it to guide your design _is_ the philosophy behind DDD though. The rest is the principles, patterns, and practices. But perhaps just doing EventStorming does not actually make you a DD…
 
Jacob Rossi is the product manager of Oculus Browser. After his talk at Oculus Connect, we had many questions about WebXR at Oculus. We talk about Infinite Office, PWAs and the Oculus Browser's involvement with the WebXR Device API spec development, e.g. on WebXR Hand Tracking and WebXR Layers. We also discuss how the New Tab Page tries to help wit…
 
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