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Business Computing Weekly | Small Business Technology | Business Hardware | Business Software
 
The Business Computing Weekly podcast brings you the latest in small business technology news each and every week. Our goal is to help you get the most bang for your technology dollar. Each episode focuses on a particular aspect of business technology. Topics typically covered are business class hardware, productivity software, and network security products. We often interview executives to discuss how they use technology to grow their business. If you depend on your computers to earn a livi ...
 
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This week: the magic of HomePod! We’ll tell you about the built-in audio tech that's getting even the most ardent audiophiles hyped about Apple’s new smart speaker. Plus: why iPhone 8’s biggest features may be disabled at launch Why you can grab free Beats in Apple's new back to school promo without being in college The fascinating story behind ...…
 
Microsoft will ship it’s private cloud stack, Azure Stack, in September. Will this work? Will people buy it? What could you even put in that cloud? You can feel that pull people have towards private cloud, so we’re looking forward to what happens. On a related topic, by our reckoning, kubernetes to small to have already fallen. Also: the elusiv ...…
 
Live Call-In Show for Computer Repair Techs every Sunday at 4:00-5:30pm EST Hosted by: Jeff Halash from TechNutPC.com Google+ Jeffery Halash Twitter: TechNutPC John Dubinsky from Maven Group Brad Torrey from TTCS Computer Services Computer Repair Podcast #239 Video To send a voicemail or to be on the show live, call 1-888-697-0162 Email: Podnut ...…
 
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Manitoba Business Podcast
 
hbspt.cta.load(2475581, '034e0f4c-6a0f-47a7-9937-998eea96779d', {}); David Noël-Romas: Welcome to the Manitoba Business Podcast, featuring interviews with business leaders and entrepreneurs based right here in Manitoba. I’m David Noël-Romas. This episode is brought to you by my small business, Black Chair Consulting. We use social media to help ...…
 
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Manitoba Business Podcast
 
hbspt.cta.load(2475581, '034e0f4c-6a0f-47a7-9937-998eea96779d', {}); David Noël-Romas: Welcome to the Manitoba Business Podcast, featuring interviews with business leaders and entrepreneurs based right here in Manitoba. I’m David Noël-Romas. This episode is brought to you by my small business, Black Chair Consulting. We use social media to help ...…
 
Topics: This week Command Control Power is joined by not one, but two guests. Adam Engst of TidBITS and Will O'Neal of Mid-Atlantic Computer Solutions. Both guests share their perspectives on the TidBITS Content Network. Adam is the publisher of TidBITS, a free email and web publication for the Macintosh community. He has recently introduced th ...…
 
Jim O’Reilley & Birgit Pauli-Haack discuss how to stack technology for a nonprofit in start-up mode from the very beginning and you will not have to rework major parts later on. A group of like-minded people working on an idea to better the world. When the organization doesn’t have a 501c3 status yet and is not eligible for offerings via TechSo ...…
 
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Chengdu Gaming Federation
 
In this episode of the podcast Charlie reviews the GPD Win, a handheld Windows 10 gaming device. Topics Discussed: Introduction to the device Steam as a platform versus consoles Hardware & build quality of the GPD Win Running games on the device Having a tiny Windows 10 computer Downsides to the GPD Win Links: GPD Win subreddit GPD Win on Wikia ...…
 
My Ruby Story Dave Kimura On this episode Charles talks to Ruby Rouges panelist Dave Kimura, the creator of Drifting Ruby, the popular Ruby on Rails Screencast and Blog. Find out more about how Dave got interested in programming and first introduced to the world of Ruby. Dave also talks about how and when he started Drifting Ruby. How did you g ...…
 
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All Ruby Podcasts by Devchat.tv
 
My Ruby Story Dave Kimura On this episode Charles talks to Ruby Rouges panelist Dave Kimura, the creator of Drifting Ruby, the popular Ruby on Rails Screencast and Blog. Find out more about how Dave got interested in programming and first introduced to the world of Ruby. Dave also talks about how and when he started Drifting Ruby. How did you g ...…
 
Perry Marshall is an author, speaker, engineer and world-renowned business consultant in Chicago. With a decade of research, he brings a fresh perspective to the 150-year old evolution debate. Bill Gates of Microsoft and the founders of Google revolutionized software and the Internet through their status as outsiders. Similarly, Perry harnesses ...…
 
Mac Store Problems. On this episode of iPhreaks we have panelists Gui Rambo, Erica Sadun, Andrew Madsen, and Jaim Zuber. Check in to hear the crew talk about Mac store problems and a bit about the differences in developing Mac OS apps vs iOS apps. Gui Rambo gives us some insight about writing Mac OS apps from iOS apps and the panel digs into th ...…
 
10 years ago on 29 June 2007, the original iPhone was released to the public. Although that initial phone was not as functional as later iterations became, that initial model changed the entire smartphone industry as it had existed to that point. Seemingly overnight, smartphones required multi-touch, no hardware keyboards, and required the supe ...…
 
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Dare to Know: Interviews with Quality and Reliability Thought Leaders | Hosted by Tim Rodgers
 
Lance Fiondella, Scholar Fred interviews Lance Fiondella about his work teaching reliability engineering concepts for practical use in software and an open source software modeling tool. Lance Fiondella is an assistant professor in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. He received his ...…
 
Last week I bought a new 2017 Macbook Pro 15-inch with 16gb of RAM, 1tb SSD, and the Radeon Pro 560 with 4gb of RAM.Here is the unboxing video I made of the new Macbook Pro. In the video, I talked about picking up a secondary power supply. I feel it’s extremely cheap of Apple to charge $80 for the power supply and additional $20 for the USB-C c ...…
 
A funny thing happened on the way to quantum computing: Unlike other major shifts in classic computing before it, it begins -- not ends -- with The Cloud. That's because quantum computers today are more like "physics experiments in a can" that most companies can't use yet -- unless you use software, not just as cloud infrastructure for accessin ...…
 
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O'Reilly Data Show - O'Reilly Media Podcast
 
The O’Reilly Data Show Podcast: Naveen Rao on emerging hardware and software infrastructure for AI. In this episode of the Data Show, I speak with Naveen Rao, VP and GM of the Artificial Intelligence Products Group at Intel. In an earlier episode, we learned that scaling current deep learning models requires innovations in both software and har ...…
 
My guest today is Neil Trevett, Vice President at NVidia and President of the Khronos Group. This episode was recorded on June 22nd, 2017. Neil and I talk about VR/AR standards, overlapping standards organizations and what’s the best way for companies to get involved. http://sensics.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/rec_neil.trevett_22_Jun_2017_15 ...…
 
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All JavaScript Podcasts by Devchat.tv
 
My JS Story 023 Laurie Voss This week we have another My JavaScript story. This week’s guest is Laurie Voss. Laurie has worked with NPM from the start and has been a vital piece to getting it off the ground. Hear how Laurie got interested in computers, how Laurie got started with NPM, as well as a few things about the newly released NPM 5. How ...…
 
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All JavaScript Podcasts by Devchat.tv
 
My JS Story 023 Laurie Voss This week we have another My JavaScript story. This week’s guest is Laurie Voss. Laurie has worked with NPM from the start and has been a vital piece to getting it off the ground. Hear how Laurie got interested in computers, how Laurie got started with NPM, as well as a few things about the newly released NPM 5. How ...…
 
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My JavaScript Story
 
My JS Story 023 Laurie Voss This week we have another My JavaScript story. This week’s guest is Laurie Voss. Laurie has worked with NPM from the start and has been a vital piece to getting it off the ground. Hear how Laurie got interested in computers, how Laurie got started with NPM, as well as a few things about the newly released NPM 5. How ...…
 
David Linthicum is an SVP at Cloud Technology Partners, and was just named the #1 cloud influencer via a recent major report by Apollo Research. David is a cloud computing thought leader, executive, consultant, author, and speaker. He has been a CTO five times for both public and private companies, and a CEO three times in the last 25 years. Fe ...…
 
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Talk Python To Me - Python conversations for passionate developers
 
Let's consider the progression we've been on over the past 15 or so years. We've gone from software and operating systems that we manage running on hardware that we own (and babysit), to virtual machines on our hardware, to IaaS in the cloud and PaaS in the cloud. Then onward to containers, usually docker, running on someone else's systems in t ...…
 
In our first Summer 2017 edtech episode, we talk about classroom response systems, aka clickers. We’re joined by three guests who have each used a different product extensively in their classes. First, Jenny Wissink (Cornell) shares how she uses iClicker to assess students’ understanding of pre-class video. Next, Bonni Stachowiak (Vanguard and ...…
 
Authors as diverse as Henry James, Winston Churchill, Barbara Cartland, and Dan Brown have used dictation to write their first drafts, and with the development of ever-more precise software, many authors are moving into dictation to speed up writing and maintain their health. In today's show, I talk to Scott Baker about his tips for dictation a ...…
 
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Virtual Robots Revolt
 
New Blue Snowball Microphone I'm using for all future podcasts!!!: https://goo.gl/9CSY7h New Website: VirtualRobotsRevolt.com Please submit me any suggestions you may have on anything you think I should include on the site in terms of Technology and Video games. Possibly even create me some buying guides or reviews of games too. Trying to creat ...…
 
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Complete Developer Podcast
 
In any field, there is a lot of hard-won knowledge that the more experienced attempt to impart to those with less experience. Depending on the field, these things may be expressed as old sayings, or laws. They typically aren’t really hard and fast rules, but rather are general tendencies that have been observed over time. Programming, like any ...…
 
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Complete Developer Podcast
 
In any field, there is a lot of hard-won knowledge that the more experienced attempt to impart to those with less experience. Depending on the field, these things may be expressed as old sayings, or laws. They typically aren’t really hard and fast rules, but rather are general tendencies that have been observed over time. Programming, like any ...…
 
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Filmmaking Sucks
 
We're back! Our computer unfortunately died on us (we did discuss it during the recording, but that turned into a 20+ minute discussion, so it was cut. we'll cover the issue we had on a future episode discussing hardware and software you can use!) so we've been away trying to sort that all out, install the new PC, and get everything up and runn ...…
 
Manchester Small-Scale Experimental Machine (SSEM) 1948 – What was first expected to be a practical use computer, the SSEM, or Small-Scale Experimental Machine became the first stored-program computer. Basically, it stores program instructions into it’s electronic memory. This 32-bit word length, cathode-ray tube computer was designed to only r ...…
 
Manchester Small-Scale Experimental Machine (SSEM) 1948 – What was first expected to be a practical use computer, the SSEM, or Small-Scale Experimental Machine became the first stored-program computer. Basically, it stores program instructions into it’s electronic memory. This 32-bit word length, cathode-ray tube computer was designed to only r ...…
 
We're sponsored this week by Watchman Monitoring, a favorite tool of ours that should be in every professional consultant's toolkit. Visit WatchmanMonitoring.com/cmdctrlpwr and sign up for your free trial to find out how Watchman Monitoring can keep an eye on your client machines and notify you of over 100 issues. Be sure to tweet @cmdctrlpwr # ...…
 
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Cloud Engineering – Software Engineering Daily
 
A self-driving car needs to be able to quickly respond to changes in driving conditions. A factory needs to be able to quickly respond to changes in workplace safety. For these kinds of applications, we need processing power closer to the user of the application. If we put all of our application logic in the cloud, we will have to make a networ ...…
 
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Podcast – Software Engineering Daily
 
A self-driving car needs to be able to quickly respond to changes in driving conditions. A factory needs to be able to quickly respond to changes in workplace safety. For these kinds of applications, we need processing power closer to the user of the application. If we put all of our application logic in the cloud, we will have to make a networ ...…
 
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Software Engineering Daily
 
A self-driving car needs to be able to quickly respond to changes in driving conditions. A factory needs to be able to quickly respond to changes in workplace safety. For these kinds of applications, we need processing power closer to the user of the application. If we put all of our application logic in the cloud, we will have to make a networ ...…
 
default Summary We all use items that are produced in factories, but do you ever stop to think about the code that powers that production? This week Jonas Neubert takes us behind the scenes and talks about the systems and software that power modern facilities, the development workflows, and how Python gets used to tie everything together. Prefa ...…
 
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