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Can we learn to make smarter choices? Listen in as host Katy Milkman--behavioral scientist, Wharton professor, and author of How to Change--shares stories of high-stakes decisions and what research reveals they can teach us. Choiceology, an original podcast from Charles Schwab, explores the lessons of behavioral economics to help you improve your judgment and change for good. Season 1 of Choiceology was hosted by Dan Heath, bestselling author of Made to Stick and Switch. Podcasts are for inf ...
 
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Kids in the Hall's Dave Foley and Kevin McDonald talk about the troupe's long-awaited return to television, experimental band Son Lux share how they wrote the score for Everything Everywhere All at Once, Raven Chacon speaks about his Pulitzer Prize-winning piece Voiceless Mass and comedian Charlie Demers debuts his new album I Hope I Don't Remember…
 
Avril Lavigne talks about her new album Love Sux and looks back on 20 years of being a pop punk icon, Ivan Decker & Eman El-Husseini share stories from the road of the Just for Laughs Comedy Night in Canada tour, Raffi talks about reimagining old children's songs that didn't age well for his latest collaborative album and tech and culture writer Al…
 
We’re Live. Once again the boys are trying new blood for the team, and it has started an amazing debate of what the pain points are for each of the clients and what actually are the ones that work as selling points. The perfect example of this was Mani’s Focus blocks, which in this particular thing almost any pain point will work, based on the prod…
 
In this episode the panelists talk about source control. What is source control? How do you use it? Do you need it? As a developer today the majority of us are probably using Git in some form or fashion. Even though it feels like Git has been around forever that wasn't always the case. Shawn, Wai and Caleb remember the days before Git using SourceS…
 
Singer-songwriter Lenka Lichtenberg tells us how she's celebrating her mother and grandmother — both of whom survived years in a Nazi concentration camp — on her new record, Thieves Of Dreams. Florence Welch, lead singer of Florence + the Machine, talks about her band's new album, Dance Fever, and how it spins lyrics about angst and anxiety into bi…
 
Arcade Fire's Win Butler reflects on his childhood, forming Arcade Fire in Montreal and the band's new album, We. Comedian Rick Mercer talks about hosting a comedy tour called Just For Laughs Comedy Night in Canada. A. Harmony and Lisa Christiansen recap the highlights of the 2022 Juno Awards, Canada's biggest night in music. A. Harmony and Masterm…
 
Actor Simu Liu talks about his whirlwind year and how he feels about returning to his hometown of Toronto to host the 2022 Juno Awards. Our Eurovision correspondent Karen Fricker brings us up to speed on the world's biggest song contest, which is back for the first time since the pandemic began. Bestselling author Colson Whitehead explains why he w…
 
Singer-songwriter Susan Aglukark talks about being honoured with the Humanitarian Award at this year's Junos, plus, her new album, The Crossing. Juno-nominated sibling duo Jenna and Stuart Walker of The Reklaws discuss their journey from playing the halftime show at pig races to selling out venues across North America. Art gallerist Lika Spivakovsk…
 
In a career-spanning interview, R&B legend Deborah Cox looks back on her biggest hits, plus, what it feels like to be inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame. Juno-nominated artist Tesher talks about fusing hip hop, Bollywood and traditional Indian music to create a sound that's completely his own. Canada's Drag Race star Kimora Amour tells u…
 
We’re LIve. Getting a new partner in the entreprogrammers podcast has been a long endeavor and has definitely not been successful, some guests show up once and then do not show up anymore. John and Mani agree that when this happens is just not the right fit, but, MAni has a theory on why this happening, not everyone sees value in the live cast, Joh…
 
In a lot of codebases, security isn't a priority until it is too late. Everyone makes mistakes but the question is do you learn from your mistakes or repeat them over and over. Christos Matskas returns to the podcast to discuss some common security mistakes and better ways to make security part of your development process. Our discussion includes .…
 
Singer-songwriter Charlotte Cardin tells us what it's like to be the most-nominated artist at this year's Juno Awards for her debut album, Phoenix. Singer-songwriter Alex Cuba introduces us to a song off his Grammy-winning album, Mendó, which is now up for a Juno. Architect Siamak Hariri and Stratford Festival artistic director Antoni Cimolino talk…
 
Rapper Haviah Mighty discusses her Juno-nominated mixtape, Stock Exchange, and what she learned about finding validation from within. Singer-songwriter Jessia talks about her Juno-nominated EP, How Are You?, and the viral TikTok that changed her life. Our screen panellists Teri Hart and Lisa Macabasco discuss powerful onscreen portrayals of abortio…
 
Many of the decisions we make require us to compare numbers. Which car is most fuel efficient? How is a stock performing relative to the market? How risky is one medication versus another? A problem arises when we fail to make these comparisons in the right units. In this episode of Choiceology with Katy Milkman, we look at the mistakes we make whe…
 
Actor Jennifer Grey discusses her new memoir, Out of the Corner, in which she candidly writes about her famous Broadway family, the real-life friction she had with Patrick Swayze, plastic surgery and more. Ballroom artist Twysted Miyake-Mugler tells us how his new series, CBX: Canadian Ballroom Extravaganza, is evolving the art form even further. A…
 
Actor, writer and producer Kathleen Robertson talks about adapting the 1994 film Swimming With Sharks into a dramatic series that reflects on Hollywood today, including the #MeToo movement. Musician Tom Wilson shares how he learned that the parents who raised him were not his birth parents and that his biological mother was a family friend from the…
 
Singer-songwriter Janelle Monáe talks about her literary debut, The Memory Librarian: And Other Stories of Dirty Computer, and how she explores her queer, Black identity on the page. Playwright Chloé Hung discusses her new dark comedic play, Three Women of Swatow, about three generations of Chinese women who discover they are bound by more than blo…
 
We’re Live. New blood is coming into town and one of the first steps, when this happens, is to start sharing strategies with one another, based on their entrepreneurship and perspectives. Which always proves to be quite helpful, no matter how much time you have spent on a business there will be that missing that only outside perspective will bring …
 
In a lot of codebases, security isn't a priority until it is too late. Everyone makes mistakes but the question is do you learn from your mistakes or repeat them over and over. Christos Matskas returns to the podcast to discuss some common security mistakes and better ways to make security part of your development process. Our discussion includes .…
 
Musician and producer Don Was discusses his work with artists like Bonnie Raitt, Bob Dylan and the Rolling Stones — plus, where he thinks genius comes from and what makes great new music. Jazz pianist and singer Diana Krall talks about her latest album, This Dream of You, which honours her late producer Tommy LiPuma.…
 
Actor Terry Crews discusses his new memoir, Tough: My Journey to True Power, about his harrowing upbringing, his turbulent NFL career and his rise in Hollywood. Tech and culture journalist Alyssa Bereznak fills us in on a new social media app called BeReal that forces users to be their authentic selves. Actor LeVar Burton talks about his iconic chi…
 
Artist Shary Boyle discusses her new solo exhibit, Outside the Palace of Me, which asks the audience to think deeply — and honestly — about race, gender, colonialism and more. Kate Brown, Europe editor for Artnet News, tells us how the work at this year's Venice Biennale reflects our current moment and how artists are trying to modernize the centur…
 
Do you want to become a 10x top end developer? Do you want to take your career to the next level? Charles provides a 7 step roadmap to get you there: 1) Learn something new everyday. a. 10-15 minutes, learn something new that can help you move the needle forward in your career. b. Make 1% incremental progress everyday will compound to 37x better ye…
 
Actor and singer Charlotte Gainsbourg talks about turning the camera on her famous mother, Jane Birkin, in her new documentary, Jane by Charlotte. Hoodo Hersi, one of the comedians featured on the latest season of CBC Gem's The New Wave of Standup, tells us the trick to weaving heavy topics like race and religion into her jokes. Filmmaker Alain Gom…
 
Four-time Grammy nominee Phoebe Bridgers discusses what it's like to be known for writing sad songs, why she thinks people confuse sadness with intelligence, and her new single, Sidelines. Poet David Bradford reads from his debut collection, Dream of No One But Myself, which is shortlisted for this year's Griffin Poetry Prize. Filmmaker Roshan Seth…
 
We’re Live. There’s always a project that just does not work no matter what amount of effort you put into it, the idea could be solid but if people don't see the real value in it it's just not going to work. John and Mani Analyse various scenarios when this happens and steps to follow to get back on track as soon as possible. Thought of the week Jo…
 
In today's episode Carl Layton returns to the podcast to discuss Azure Functions. What are Azure Functions and how do they work? Functions are one of the serverless compute options from Azure. You can use Functions to build web APIs, respond to database changes, manage message queues, and more. Beyond that we look at the security, performance and s…
 
Author David A. Robertson talks about his graphic novel trilogy, The Reckoner Rises, and why he wanted to create a teen superhero with anxiety. Artist Stan Douglas reflects on his 40-year career and how he feels about being chosen to represent Canada at the 59th Venice Biennale. Drummer and producer James Krivchenia of Big Thief introduces us to a …
 
Actor Ke Huy Quan — best known for Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom and The Goonies — explains where he's been for the past few decades and how he was enticed back into acting by the new film Everything Everywhere All at Once. Graphic novelist Jessica Campbell talks about her latest book, Rave, which is loosely inspired by her experience of que…
 
Nudges are all around you. They might help you choose your meal at a restaurant, navigate a busy airport terminal, or start saving for the future. But nudges are often subtle, so you might not notice them until they’re pointed out. In this episode of Choiceology with Katy Milkman, we’re doing things a little differently. This episode is your guide …
 
Keira Knightley discusses her new animated drama, Charlotte, which tells the true story of Charlotte Salomon — a young German Jewish artist who painted her life's story before the Nazis deported her to Auschwitz. Screenwriter and novelist Delia Ephron talks about her new memoir, Left on Tenth: A Second Chance at Life, in which she writes about a su…
 
Singer-songwriter James Taylor reflects on his life in music, his early struggles with addiction and what music still gives him after six decades in the industry. Toronto actor Marco Kyris tells us how acting as a stand-in for Nicolas Cage for 10 years changed his life. Artist Jean-Michel Basquiat's sisters, Lisane Basquiat and Jeanine Herveaux, di…
 
We’re Live. John recently hired someone dedicated to sales, that is helping him through Instagram dm and other areas. It turns out that the price range was way higher than expected, but, is it worth it? It Absolutely is and here they tell you why. There are lots of benefits that come from high risks, especially in the long run. As long everything i…
 
There is a lot that goes into interviewing for a job, both for the interviewer(s) and the interviewee. The panelists talk about their experiences over the years from both sides. What questions should you ask? What shouldn't you ask? Should coding be involved or not? How many interviews should you expect to have at one company? Do you cast a wide ne…
 
Actor Anais Granofsky, best known for playing Lucy Fernandez on Degrassi Junior High, discusses her new memoir, The Girl in the Middle: Growing Up Between Black and White, Rich and Poor. Acadian singer-songwriter Lisa LeBlanc tells us about her decision to put down the banjo and record a disco album, Chiac Disco. Soheil Parsa, the co-founder and fo…
 
Sometimes your development skills lead you into a role other than full time code sherpa. If you're wondering which ways you can take your career to have some new adventures, listen to this episode with Karl Hughes, Subrat Mishra and Charles Max Wood. Sponsors Top End Devs Coaching | Top End Devs Links draft.dev Alternative Career Paths for Software…
 
Actor Alison Brie discusses her new dark comedy series, Roar, which happens to be made by the same women who made GLOW. Homeschooled co-creator, writer and director Gwenlyn Cumyn tells us how she brought her own experience with home education to the show. Singer-songwriter Tanika Charles talks about Different Morning — her latest single off her new…
 
In a special interview recorded in Nashville, Jack White opens up about his two new albums, running a label, the significance of the vinyl revolution and why his biggest hit was never meant to become one of the most ubiquitous songs in the world. Musician, composer and activist Jon Batiste discusses his powerful new album, We Are, which just won al…
 
We’re Live. One of the most common things to happen in any enterprise, webinar, or any kind of business is that the client gets the whole perspective of it wrong, especially when the matter is making money. John and Mani have an interesting discussion about the most important factors of this process that most people just miss or simply do not under…
 
Pop star Camila Cabello talks about "giving joy" to herself on her new album, Familia, and how she realized prioritizing her own happiness is the key to her success. Director R.T. Thorne discusses his work on CBC and BET's groundbreaking new series The Porter, and what the show could mean for the future of Black storytelling in Canadian television.…
 
Cecil Philips returns to the show to discuss the power of Minimal APIs and the differences to Controllers. They also discussed about using .NET with Stripe, and use cases for .NET Interactive. Sponsors Top End Devs Coaching | Top End Devs Picks Cecil- Assassin's Creed Valhalla for Xbox One, PS4, PC & More | Ubisoft (US) Shawn- Upload Season 2 Speci…
 
Sarah Gadon and Alison Pill talk about the profound experience of playing sisters in the new film adaptation of Miriam Toews' award-winning novel All My Puny Sorrows. Cedric Burnside discusses his latest album, I Be Trying, and what it was like playing drums on tour with his grandfather (Mississippi blues legend R. L. Burnside) from the age of 13. …
 
While it’s nice to think of ourselves as rational decision-makers, more often than not, emotion plays a role in how we decide. Some people may spend more on a new car when the weather is nice. Others may take bigger risks than normal after indulging in a sweet dessert. Some may make rash choices following a disappointing end to their favorite TV se…
 
Filmmaker Martin Edralin discusses his feature film debut, Islands, about a shy middle-aged Filipino Canadian man who's forced outside of his comfort zone when his life starts to drastically change. Choreographer Anne Plamondon tells us how the pandemic gave new meaning to her latest piece, Only You, and how her work has always drawn on personal ex…
 
With the final season of Kim's Convenience heading into the Canadian Screen Awards with 10 nominations, actor Paul Sun-Hyung Lee reflects on more than a decade of playing Appa on stage and screen. Our books columnist Jael Richardson fills us in on her latest recommendation, The Swimmers by Julie Otsuka, and why it caught her attention. Canadian TV …
 
Director Shasha Nakhai talks about her feature film debut, Scarborough, and what a story set in one of Toronto's most undervalued communities can tell us about race, class and community. Writer Warsan Shire discusses her first full collection of poetry, Bless the Daughter Raised by a Voice in Her Head, about migration, womanhood, trauma and resilie…
 
We’re live. The guys are in new offices and talking about productivity systems that have worked and also failed in the past, coming to one logical conclusion: Systems work, people are the ones who fail. There’s one simple explanation for this and it is based on accountability basically, there’s nothing that forces you to commit to the system, that’…
 
In this episode we get the pleasure of picking the brain of the lead designer of C#, Mads Torgersen. Mads has been the lead designer for more than five years now and has worked on the language for over fifteen years. Our discussion covers multiple topics including the growth of C#, being backward compatible and how different languages incorporate i…
 
Veteran filmmaker Richard Linklater takes us back to the space race era with his new animated film, Apollo 10½: A Space Age Childhood. TV and comic book writer Marc Bernardin discusses his new graphic novel, Adora and the Distance, which draws on his daughter's experiences with autism. Award-winning poet Tolu Oloruntoba talks about his latest poetr…
 
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