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The Legal Academy is a show about law professors hosted by Professor Orin Kerr of the University of California, Berkeley Law School. It covers legal scholarship, the hiring market, teaching, and everything else that law professors care about. Every week features an interview with a leading law professor. More about Orin Kerr at www.OrinKerr.com
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Welcome to Oral Cancer Answers Podcast, a production of the Oral Cancer Foundation, where we discuss disease-related issues of interest to patients, survivors, advocates, and medical and dental professionals. Our guests are drawn from a large body of knowledgeable OCF collaborators and thought leaders on oral cancer from fields and backgrounds as diverse as research, education, medical and dental professionals, and survivors. If you would like us to consider a particular subject matter in fu ...
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A podcast looking at Left politics in Ireland from the Irish Left Archive. We talk to activists, writers, historians, politicians and others involved in Left organisations and movements about their experiences of participating in Left parties and campaigns; Left publications and political documents they’ve been involved in; and the history and development of progressive politics in Ireland. We also look at the role of the Irish Left Archive and similar informal projects. The podcast is hoste ...
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Arrested DevOps

Matt Stratton, Trevor Hess, Jessica Kerr, and Bridget Kromhout

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Arrested DevOps is the podcast that helps you achieve understanding, develop good practices, and operate your team and organization for maximum DevOps awesomeness.
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Welcome to The Iso with Dan Dickau. The former Gonzaga All-American, NBA vet and analyst interviews experts in the field of sports. Dickau talks to coaches, front office executives and athletes about untold stories, memories and experiences.
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Spirit of revolution In this episode we discuss the recently published book,Spirit of Revolution: Ireland from below, 1917–1923. This edited volume looks at regional and local case studies during therevolutionary period, highlighting the widespread radicalism – beyond thenational independence movement – that flourished around Ireland at the time in…
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In this episode we speak to activist and academic Camilla Fitzsimons. Camilla’s academic work focuses in particular on education and social movements, and she is an Associate Professor in Maynooth University School of Education. Her publications include two books – Community education and neoliberalism: Philosophies, practices and policies in Irela…
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Oral Biopsy "Save Lives" with Dr. Sahar Mirfarsi & Stephanie Govea is about how a grant and a passionate oral medicine doctor can make a difference in people's lives. It was recorded with Kyle from OCF. Guests: Dr. Sahar Mirfarsi Stephanie Govea - 4th Year Medical Student --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/oralcanc…
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Openness plays a significant role in propelling DevOps and organizational processes forward. This is not to imply that everything must be open, but the default should be openness unless a valid reason indicates otherwise. Andrew Zigler, developer advocate at Mattermost, and Matty from Arrested DevOps recently shared insights on this subject. They d…
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In this episode we talk to Jim Monaghan. Jim first became politically active as a student in the late 1960s in Dublin. We discuss the increasing politicisation in Ireland at that time, and Jim’s political activity, initially with Labour and Students for Democratic Action, the League for A Workers’ Republic, and briefly the LWR-breakaway, the League…
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This episode is dedicated to Rick Byrne. Please consider sending a gift to support Leukemia research at UCSF: UCSF Foundation, PO Box 45339, San Francisco, CA 94145 or make a gift online at makeagift.ucsf.edu. Please be sure to note that the gift is in memory of Rick Byrne to support the Leukemia research of Dr. Neil Dunivan.…
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Our Patron Book Club joins us to discuss Michael Moorcock's "The Mad God's Amulet, Michael Moorcock's love of arcane texts, action scenes, hyperviolence and gore, following expectations, whimsical supporting characters, battles over land and sea, reskinning monsters for science-fantasy, a device that can unlock any lock, the Devil's Rejects, our fr…
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Robert Poyton joins us to discuss Gustave Flaubert's "Salammbô”, October horror films, the etymology of Hygaxian words, Howardian prose, varied treasures, the French "oh là là", the literary influences of Clark Ashton Smith, the diversity of intersecting cultures in North Africa, African nations, horse nomads, cult generators, unearthly treasure ho…
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Throughout 2023 we have asked podcast guests if there are any cultural artefacts or events that they consider particularly influential on their politics. This episode brings together responses from historian Mary Muldowney, anarchist activist Gregor Kerr, Republican activist Des Dalton, author Michael Flavin, historian Brian Hanley, and Irish Anarc…
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Tim Mendees joins us to discuss Susanna Clarke's "Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell”, the dangers of massive hardbacks, literary rabbit holes, the Dorset dialect, cursing those who have wronged us, classist hypocrits, the couragousness that comes with conviction, interdimensional travel through reflective surfaces, interesting and flavorful spells, fa…
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In this episode we’re joined by David Costelloe. Dave writes on history and politics on his website Never Felt Better, and in particular has written an extensive series of articles on Irish military history from the earliest records almost to the contemporary, Ireland’s Wars. We spoke to Dave previously in 2021, on episode 20 of the podcast, about …
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OWASP Top 10 Stripe: The developer coefficient (quantifies the cost of bad code to companies to be $59B annually) Facebook: FAUSTA: Scaling Dynamic Analysis with Traffic Generation (how runtime analysis was used at WhatsApp to catch design flaws before they reached production) Dragan Stepanović - Async code reviews are choking your company’s throug…
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An introduction to our next series of episodes and discussion of the Irish Left Archive project and changes we’ve made in the past year. The discussion includes mention of trying to keep all aspects of the project open. As such, we’ve made the website and podcast statistics publicly accessible, as well as any source code used in the project. Websit…
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Arrested DevOps - DevOps With Better Marketing with Pete Cheslock Arrested DevOps - Platform Engineering with Daniel Bryant Arrested DevOps - Platforms with Kelsey Hightower and Andrew Clay Shafer Lean Enterprise The Future of Ops Is Platform Engineering Charity’s talk from devopsdays NYC Jess Kerr’s blog that Matt mentioned Cargo Cult Science…
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In this episode we talk to Des Dalton. Des is a long-term Republican activist who joined Republican Sinn Féin in the late 1980s and has served on the party’s Ard Comhairle and as party President from 2009 to 2018. Since leaving the party in 2021, Des has been an independent Republican activist. We discuss Des’s political background and his Republic…
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https://www.instagram.com/ziggy.odoodle/?hl=en https://twitter.com/opentofuorg https://github.com/opentofu https://linkedin.com/company/opentofuorg https://github.com/opentofu/opentofu DevOps World is back for 2023, and you won’t want to miss out on this one-of-a-kind event! This year’s program is packed with exclusive insights, immersive workshops…
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Links to Resources Mentioned 10+ Deploys Per Day: Dev and Ops Cooperation at Flickr *The DevOps Handbook The System Initiative Switch: How to Change Things When Change Is Hard DevOps World is back for 2023, and you won’t want to miss out on this one-of-a-kind event! This year’s program is packed with exclusive insights, immersive workshops, and unp…
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Brian Yaksha joins us to discuss Robert Asprin's "Thieves' World", the give and take of what you're going to give to the audience, fantasy shared worlds, Dungeon Crawl Classics Lankhmar, Aragorn's tax plan, Machiavelli, passing off as older for added credibility, rotating GMs, bespoke stat blocks, power levels, player character points of entry, ran…
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The Importance of Your Personal Brand Whether you’re working for a startup or a corporate giant like Visa, Target, or JP Morgan Chase, your personal brand helps to define your professional identity. This brand is not just about showcasing your GitHub contributions, but about telling your unique story. It’s about how you solved a particular problem …
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In this episode we talk to historian Brian Hanley about the new five-part documentary podcast, Dirty War in Dublin, written by Brian and produced by Kevin Brannigan. We discuss how the podcast came about and was developed, and look at the history of the Irish Civil War it covers and its wider context. Listeners will be familiar with Brian’s work fr…
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“Everything is a Product” - Matty’s talk “More Buzzwords Won’t Help” - Andrew Clay Shafer Telemetry Hub channel on YouTube DevOps World is back for 2023, and you won’t want to miss out on this one-of-a-kind event! This year’s program is packed with exclusive insights, immersive workshops, and unparalleled networking opportunities taking place acros…
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Goran Gligovic joins us to discuss Edgar Rice Burroughs's "A Princess of Mars", Asterix and Obelix, the Library of Wonder, Tarzan, being 30 for as long as you can remember, main characters as blank canvases, Robert E. Howard, the Fighting Man class in OD&D, when to embrace realism and when to eschew it, Frank Frazetta's action scenes, gargoyles tak…
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Sysdig 2023 Cloud-Native Security and Usage Report Pushing Left With Tanya Janca (ADO epsiode) Shifting Left Securely (Matt’s talk) DevOps World is back for 2023, and you won’t want to miss out on this one-of-a-kind event! This year’s program is packed with exclusive insights, immersive workshops, and unparalleled networking opportunities taking pl…
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Becky Annison joins us to discuss Lloyd Alexander's "The Book of Three", the Dungeons and Dragons movie, dwarven guides, Welsh myth, characters with firm personality hooks, spaghetti westerns, the Black Cauldron, clear linear mission paths, giving each character their moment, changing the stakes of successes, horror mechanics, destroying books or c…
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In this episode we talk to Emma Campbell. Emma is an artist, activist and researcher based in Belfast. She is a co-convenor of Alliance for Choice and has particularly focused both her activism and solo art work on abortion rights, with projects including When they put their hands out like scales, which included ‘Journeys’ – photographing people’s …
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Brad Kerr joins us to discuss Jack Vance's "Cugel's Saga", virtual tabletops, Brom, pompous vocabulary, whimsical characters, world-class worldbuilding, being nickel-and-dimed by the boss, moving from one grift to the next, interesting mounts, making monsters more mysterious, D&D 4E, being your own boss, and much more!…
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