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A newbie coder and a seasoned veteran discuss the questions that always come up when someone begins learning to code. Ed is looking at getting a career in programming and has been learning to code for just over a year. During this time he’s been building up a stack of questions that keep coming up from other newbie coders. Luckily, he’s got someone he can ask for help: Tom. Tom’s a seasoned coder, having worked in the industry for a few years now and has all the answers Ed needs, or does he?
 
Hey Podcast Listeners! On this podcast, we discuss anything and everything that has to do with e-commerce, from Facebook ads to email marketing. From Amazon to eBay. Wait, not eBay - that was so 2008! I hope you enjoy the content! More importantly, I hope you take action! Best of luck to you and your e-commerce journey and I am grateful to be a part of it! New episodes are released monthly!
 
We're on a mission. We're going to find and uncover the smartest, most successful entrepreneurs on the planet. Explore their highs, their lows and how they ultimately mastered the game. I'm Martyn Cook and I'm excited to welcome you to the Smarter Destiny Podcast. I'm grateful for you and your time, now let's level up together.
 
Epicenter brings you in-depth conversations about the technical, economic and social implications of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technologies. Every week, we interview business leaders, engineers academics and entrepreneurs, and bring you a diverse spectrum of opinions and points of view. Epicenter is hosted by Sebastien Couture, Brian Fabian Crain, Meher Roy, Sunny Aggarwal, and Friederike Ernst. Since 2014, episodes have been downloaded over 4 million times.
 
Richard Osman has gathered three friends for a very special occasion, to celebrate celebrities who have their birthdays this week. And what better way to celebrate someone's birthday than by guessing their age! The best age-guesser will leave with the ultimate prize: a chocolate caterpillar cake. But can you do better at home?
 
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Kimanzi Constable is a former delivery driver turned writer. He is a best-selling author, international speaker and a life and business coach. Kimanzi is a contributing writer for the Huffington Post, Entrepreneur Magazine, Fox News, Mind Body Green, Success Magazine and more, and an editor at The Good Men Project. He teaches his students how to be…
 
The Future of Everything with Russ AltmanAndrew Huberman: How stress affects the mind — and how to relieve itThe year has unleashed stresses few would have imagined just months ago, but the science of stress — and of stress relief — is keeping pace. A Stanford neurobiologist explains.Andrew Huberman is a Stanford neurobiologist and ophthalmologist …
 
The Athletic's Pete Sampson & Matt Fortuna discuss this weekend's game vs. USF & look back to the memorable matchup in 2011 between the two programs. Plus, the Big Ten is back. What does that mean for Notre Dame's college football playoff hopes? Subscribe to The Athletic for $1 a month: www.theathletic.com/theshamrock…
 
The USGA Museum has been closed to the public for months. But that didn’t stop TGJ Senior Writer and podcast host Tom Coyne from finagling an all-access tour in preparation for the U.S. Open at Winged Foot. Alongside Museum Director Hilary Cronhim, he finds Mickey Wright’s jewelry, the original sheet music to Winged Foot’s fight song (because every…
 
NuCypher is a decentralized threshold cryptography network offering interfaces and runtimes for secrets management and dynamic access control. It provides cryptographic infrastructure for privacy preserving applications and it exists as a smart contract on the Ethereum blockchain. They are currently in testnet but once launched you will be able to …
 
Frederick Light is the founder and Chief Executive Officer at BodyRock, the famous home workout movement with nearly 3 million fans on Facebook, nearly 1 million on YouTube, over 250 thousand Instagram followers and 1.5 billion videos views. Since its start in 2008, BodyRock has helped hundreds of thousands of people achieve their health and fitnes…
 
The Athletic's Pete Sampson and Matt Fortuna recap Notre Dame's 27-13 win over Duke. The 1st half was rough, but the Fighting Irish played much better in the 2nd half. If tonight is Notre Dame's team all season, does Pete still think the Irish can beat Clemson? Top Performers: Michael Mayer, Chris Tyree & Kyren Williams. Plus, Brian Kelly gets a co…
 
The Athletic's Pete Sampson is joined by former Notre Dame Lineman & Fighting Irish Radio Analyst Ryan Harris. Is Ian Book a Heisman candidate & how can this team perform better for the QB up front? The Athletic's Matt Fortuna reacts to the interview & gives his ND season predictions. Plus, a preview of this weekend's game vs. Duke.…
 
Gauntlet is a simulation platform for building financial models of blockchain protocols and applications. Their platform uses machine learning methods to simulate different environments with various user behaviors and see how the system holds up in those conditions. They perform analysis on things like core mechanisms to test for liveness, block pr…
 
What's this? Another of our heroes joining us for a chat!? You betcha! This week we're joined by the immensely talented and infectiously friendly Vaidehi Joshi. You'll know Vaidehi from her work on the Base.cs blog series and podcast (a must-listen show; it's awesome). How did Vaidehi get into the world of computer science in the first place? And i…
 
Adil Amarsi is the copywriter hired by the top companies looking to create powerful, emotional, and persuasive messages. Since 2008 his efforts have brought in over $700 million in sales for his clients selling their products and services. Using his ability, Abil has managed to live his best life while helping people, companies, celebrities in diff…
 
“I’ve always said that if other architects would stay out of Virginia, then I’d stay out of their states too.” After a late introduction to the golf design game, Lester George has made good on his promise to dominate the Dominion state. His in-state roster now consists of top-100 projects like Kinloch, the quietly explosive Langley Air Force Base, …
 
Celo has a clear mission - to build a financial system that creates the conditions for prosperity, for everyone. The Celo Foundation is a non-profit organization that supports the growth and development of the open-source, decentralized Celo Platform. Its aim is to build a flexible network of applications built on a blockchain to facilitate payment…
 
If you're a developer you should absolutely know a little bit about design. You don't need to be an expert, but knowing some of the fundamentals of good layout and "usability" will be a massive force multiplier for your work. It's also a general "life hack" that will improve your career in many, many ways. So what should you do if you're a develope…
 
Tiffany Toombs is a mindset performance coach and keynote speaker devoted to helping people get out of their own way. Tiffany works with entrepreneurs who want to realize their true potential by helping them optimize their mindset to overcome self sabotage, fear and self doubt. She also assists organizations increase employee engagement, productivi…
 
The Athletic's Pete Sampson & Matt Fortuna update the status of the Notre Dame 2020 football season. As of today, the season kicks off in just more than 2 weeks vs. Duke. RB Chris Tyree is making noise in preseason camp and is a player to watch this season. Could he be the next Bryce Love? Plus, Notre Dame adds South Florida to the 2020 schedule.…
 
The Future of Everything with Russ Altman:E123 | Manu Prakash: How to beat a pandemic on a budgetA prolific inventor of low-cost, high-impact healthcare devices recently set his sights on COVID-19.Manu Prakash was in France when COVID-19 took hold throughout the world. There, the Stanford bioengineer, famous for “frugal science” like his $1 field m…
 
Republic is an investment platform that allows anyone pretty much anywhere in the world, of any income and net worth, to invest in some of the best private equity startups. It allows regular people, not just a few wealthy accredited investors, to invest in highly vetted private startups, with as little as $10 or as much as $100,000 per investment. …
 
Boilerplate code is code that you import into your project to give you a scaffold to build on. It helps get you to the fun stuff faster. Or does it? This week we discuss why you might (or might not) want to use boilerplate, and dig into what parts of our own stacks we think of as being "boilerplate". Does Ed think that CSS "frameworks" are true boi…
 
David Wolfe is the CEO and Founder of Olivers, a high-quality men's activewear brand focused on the essentials. The brand started 6 years ago from a Kickstarter campaign which was at the time one of the 5 top-performing campaigns in the apparel category, and this 8-figure brand has been featured all over the place since. Find out David’s journey to…
 
Republic is an investment platform that allows anyone pretty much anywhere in the world, of any income and net worth, to invest in some of the best private equity startups. It allows regular people, not just a few wealthy accredited investors, to invest in highly vetted private startups, with as little as $10 or as much as $100,000 per investment. …
 
Chris Meade is an entrepreneur, inventor and the co-founder of CROSSNET, the world’s first four-way volleyball game. Chris and his friends designed and patented the game, which is easy to access and easy to understand. In just three years, the company sold 8-figures worth of products, built retail relationships with some of the world's largest stor…
 
It's another rapid-fire multi-question show this week. Ed has some more questions about CSS, and (hopefully) Tom has some answers. Join us as we dive into the intricacies of the box model, and learn why the dev tools are your friend. Remember: if in doubt, inspect the element! How do you break up different css files? What do we mean when we talk ab…
 
In the heat of war, the legality of the U.S. bombing of Japanese cities Hiroshima and Nagsaki in August, 1945 wasn’t questioned. But the devastation of those nuclear bombs, with hundreds of thousands of mostly civilians dead, spurred the international community to look for ways to prevent it from ever happening again. But today, 75 years later, the…
 
With Covid-19 still spreading in the U.S., and November fast approaching, more Americans are looking to mail-in voting. How can the presidential election be held safely? Voting law expert Nate Persily and law student Chelsey Davidson join Pam and Joe to discuss challenges for voting this year and possible solutions.Originally aired on SiriusXM on A…
 
The coronavirus pandemic is forcing us to make difficult choices about school, work, personal health, and mental well-being. How do we make good decisions? Political scientist Rob Reich, who teaches courses on ethics, walks us through a framework. Originally aired on SiriusXM on August 15, 2020.By Stanford Radio
 
The Future of Everything with Russ AltmanByron Reeves: What our screens tell us about usA professor of communication recorded long stretches of screen time in the lives of his test subjects and turned to artificial intelligence to paint a remarkable portrait of modern life.With the emergence of touchscreen smartphones, tablets and watches, so much …
 
Charles Lindsay describes himself as “a conceptual artist-adventurer, whose work synthesizes ideas about technology, time, eco-systems, and semiotics.” And he believes playing a ton of golf falls into that description. Lindsay joins host Tom Coyne for a wide-ranging discussion on golf’s relationship with hunting, the search for extraterrestrials, b…
 
The Future of Everything with Russ Altman:Newsha Ajami: How engineers restored hope for our water suppliesThere was a time when all great cities were built near water. Whether for agriculture, aesthetics, energy or just plain drinking, water was a life-affirming, life-sustaining resource. But with the advent of advanced engineering in the form of d…
 
SKALE Network's modular protocol is one of the first of its kind to allow developers to build application specific blockchains. These are interoperable and compatible with the Ethereum mainchain, and the entire Ethereum ecosystem. They provide the benefits of decentralization without compromising on computation, storage, or security. The focus of S…
 
It's fan-boy o'clock again this week, as one of Tom's web-heroes joins us for a chat. CSS Trickster and ShopTalkin' podcaster Chris Coyier stopped by for a chat about working as a developer. Chris is full of all sorts of useful advice for aspiring developers. For example, you need some experience before you can know what you want from a job. Learn …
 
Full title: Eric Abrams, Chief Inclusion Officer at Stanford Graduate School of Education, Discusses Diversity and Belonging on College CampusesPromoting diversity and inclusion using effective approaches that foster open intercultural communication.Originally aired on SiriusXM on August 8, 2020.Originally aired on SiriusXM on August 8, 2020.…
 
Florian Mueck is a world-class public speaker, trainer and author of 5 books. Before he started his rhetorical journey, he worked as a consultant and business development manager for almost a decade. After public speaking became his greatest passion, Florian has dedicated himself to helping companies and individuals boost their charisma by teaching…
 
The Athletic's Pete Sampson & Matt Fortuna break down Notre Dame's 1st ever full-time ACC schedule. Navy is off the schedule for the first time since 1927. WR Kevin Austin is having foot surgery, who will step up to catch passes for Ian Book in 2020? Here's the full schedule: 9/12 - Duke 9/19 - Western Michigan 9/26 - at Wake Forest 10/10 - FSU 10/…
 
Ampleforth is a cryptocurrency attempting to become an essential building block to an alternative financial ecosystem. The protocol’s native token, AMPL, is a non collateralized cryptocurrency, like Bitcoin, but with a twist: It is supply elastic. This means the token and protocol will automatically increase or decrease the quantity of tokens held …
 
The Future of Everything with Russ Altman:Susan Holmes: How statistics are reshaping our understanding of biologyA leading statistician discusses her discipline’s growing influence on biology and why she thinks the most important skill for the biostatistician may be communication, not analysis.In recent years, biologists have learned that the vagin…
 
We're joined this week by testing expert (and long-time friend of the show) Brian Okken. Brian literally wrote the book on testing with Python (Python Testing with pytest) and has a lot of strong opinions about the value of testing and testing methodologies in general. Thankfully he's as friendly as he is smart, and was happy to lead us through the…
 
Tom Wang is a serial e-commerce entrepreneur who likes to "Scale the unscalable". After launching his first Amazon product in 2017, Tom was able to quit his 9-to-5 job that same year, and has built and scaled two 7-figures businesses since. Bullet points 00:36 - Intro 03:00 - The beginning as an entrepreneur 07:10 - Starting an Amazon business 09:0…
 
Ken Wang has a degree in economics from MIT, is the brother of fashion designer Vera Wang, and, most important to us, is the founder/owner of the Pete Dye-designed Pound Ridge Golf Club in New York. He joins Tom Coyne to discuss his fervent belief in public courses, how Dye got what he wanted in the design, the democratization of the game, and how …
 
Balancer is a generalized automated market maker (AMM) protocol built on Ethereum. It allows anyone to create or add liquidity to customizable pools and earn trading fees. On one side there are liquidity providers (LPs) that generally seek to balance their holdings, and they get rewarded with trading fees. On the other side, traders that are lookin…
 
This week we're joined by Python expert (and super-star podcaster) Michael Kennedy to talk about why Python is such a great language to get started coding with. So why is coding in Python such fun? And why is it so good for beginners and experts alike? Why might Python give you tangible results faster than JavaScript? And once you've learnt some Py…
 
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