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Each episode is a different interview that explores software engineering, expat life, work culture, mental health and other things. Contains episodes in english and portuguese. Find me on Twitter by @raphamorims. Illustration created by Leonardo Carvalho (@itsleodraws on Instagram). Opening song "Slow Burn" by Kevin MacLeod.
 
Australia’s leading source of enterprise technology news is now in podcast form. Join the editorial team at iTnews.com.au each week as we talk to technology executives from across the sector, digging deep into IT strategy, architecture and delivery. This podcast will be home to several shows, including the CXO Challenge, which profiles the work of top executives and their teams.
 
STEMnews is a weekly podcast hosted by Tyler Siskowic. Each week, we look at the biggest inventions, innovations, and breakthroughs happening within the Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics (STEM) fields. We breakdown the topics reviewed and explain how and why its impacting our world. Follow this show on Twitter @STEMnewsPodcast for STEM related content to appear on your feed.
 
The Band It About - Podcast Series Host/Creator Di Spillane, releases a new episode every Saturday. This in-depth Music Interview Podcast is an opportunity for musicians and others involved in the Music Industry to discuss their entire musical journey . Season 1; a variety of subjects. Season 2 “The Engine Room” interviews with drummers who were born, raised, lived, or have played in Adelaide, South Australia. This series is a unique opportunity to listen to musicians discuss their careers f ...
 
We know it can be challenging to secure your business, especially when you have limited time. The Get Cyber Resilient Show, brought to you by Mimecast, is the perfect way to stay up-to-date with the latest cyber developments across Australia and New Zealand. From cyber security to cyber awareness, your hosts Daniel McDermott and Garrett O'Hara will bring you insights and real stories from IT and Security Leaders, just like you. Don’t get angry at downtime and data breaches, Get Cyber Resilient!
 
Welcome to a New Dawn of Engineering Challenges. If you are concerned or interested about the current and future life as an engineer, then this Podcast is for you. We look closely at what it means in today's society to be an engineer, and we discuss some challenges our guests are facing or working on. Every Friday, Mel & Dom share a discussion they've had with an engineer. They will talk about their career and provide thoughts and advice for future engineers. Engineers Australia is proud to ...
 
Have you heard of a renovator broker? Ever wanted to know about rug manufacture and design? Need help finding a designer? Monique Sartor - owner of Sydney based interior design business, @sartorialinteriors - loves the interior design industry here in Australia and loves finding out the stories behind the brands and the products and the creative people that inspires our own styling at home. All About Interiors is a podcast of conversations with fascinating people from all aspects of the inte ...
 
The WP Bosses Show exists to build and strengthen the WordPress community within Australia. We'll bring you interviews with Aussie WordPress Designers, Developers, Builders, Users, Hackers, Preachers and probably more. We'll let you know of all the WordPress Meetups happening around the country, and share some home-grown plugins and services for you to check out.
 
The Familiar Strange is a podcast about doing anthropology: that is, about listening, looking, trying out, and being with, in pursuit of uncommon knowledge about humans and culture. Find show notes, plus our blog about anthropology's role in the world, at https://www.thefamiliarstrange.com. Twitter: @tfsTweets. FB: facebook.com/thefamiliarstrange. Instagram: @thefamiliarstrange. Brought to you by your familiar strangers: Ian Pollock, Jodie-Lee Trembath, Julia Brown, Simon Theobald, Kylie Won ...
 
Planning Xchange promotes a better understanding of urban affairs and city design. The website complements a podcast interview series. We aim to be a useful addition to the many wonderful urbanist web resources which assess, appreciate and enhance urban living. Featuring hosts Jess Noonan & Peter Jewell
 
Join me as I connect with engineers, architects, college students, corporate execs, my parents, politicians, scientists, Nana and people from all over; real stories from real people. Perspective is everything. I end every interview with the same question; Is Climate Change "fake news"? This podcast is funded by Earth First Alliance (EFA) and www.fliitree.com.
 
Technology has become increasingly important to policy debates, but these debates won’t be productive without an understanding of how the technology in question works. AEI Visiting Fellow Shane Tews interviews tech industry experts to explain how the apps, services, and structures of today’s information technology systems work, and how they shape our social and economic life.
 
A dramatic reading of the twelve beloved original stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, featuring the most famous consultant detective of all time - Sherlock Holmes! Listen to the well-loved tales in audiobook form, with a wide cast and all the original twists and turns! Created and performed by performers in Victoria, Australia, during the coronavirus pandemic, aiming to give artists a platform during the isolation.
 
#Talks4Change is a podcast series created, hosted and narrated by Curtin young alumni. This podcast series celebrates and shares the journey of young Curtin graduates who are inspiring social change within the community. Follow us on LinkedIn: @CurtinYoungAlumni Email us: youngalumni@curtin.edu.au Visit our website: curtin.edu/youngalumni 2021 host: Sam Panickar – Bachelor of Commerce (Tourism, Hospitality and Event Management and Marketing), 2014 2021 editor: Apurva Gupta Backing Music: Iks ...
 
BEHIND THE GAMES PODCAST is a motivational podcast with athletes, bands, and sports business – who all share their ‘Power Stories’ to success in the business of sports. In each episode, we capture true and inspiring stories of individuals and businesses that make up the amazing sports ecosystem in Australia. We bring in real characters from across the world of entertainment, sports, and business. People who are affecting the way popular culture and sports are viewed and how the world of spor ...
 
In the world of celebrity mummy bloggers, the voice of the Dad often goes unheard. Dads know stuff too, right? Or do they? Dads Don't Know takes you deep into the minds of fathers, to get their insights and real perspectives on all facets of parenting. With discussions ranging from child birth, to raising toddlers, education and much more, it is more than likely you will be shocked, appalled and perhaps offended by the revelations. The team at Dads Don't Know also believe that producers of c ...
 
Aria Digital Bookings : bram@omega-artists.com Biography With a musical career spanning almost 2 decades and a Production discography that any A-list Electronic music producer would be proud of it’s no surprise that David Forbes is known as one of the UK’s most respected and versatile producers of our time. Armin Van Buuren. David is one of the most diverse and consistent producers out there. That's a rare find these days. Starting his career in the early Electronic music days David’s experi ...
 
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A University of Auckland professor has stepped down from one of his roles after controversy erupted around his views on the role of Māori knowledge in education. Professor Douglas Elliffe was one of seven signatories to an open letter, which took issue with plans to elevate mātauranga Māori to the level of science in the school curriculum Emeritus …
 
Andrew discussed these four basic SEO fundamentals during his live stream on a personal Facebook group. The most important SEO fundamentals are: 1. UX (especially mobile) - User Experience 2. Technical SEO - On-site Optimisation. 3. Content Marketing & Keyword Research - what are your target market searching for? 4. Link acquisitions - getting rele…
 
NZ Rugby has confirmed a six year sponsorship deal with British petrochemical company INEOS. From next year the company name will appear on the shorts and training jerseys of the All Blacks, Black Ferns, and Sevens teams among others. Greenpeace has hit out at the move saying NZR shouldn't do business with a company that contributes to global warmi…
 
Simone Biles’ withdrawal from the gymnastics team final has stunned the Olympic Games. She hadn't been performing as well as expected. Biles told reporters she was struggling with some things; citing mental health, and immense pressure of being an Olympic athlete. US Correspondent in Tokyo, James Longman says this Olympic shocker goes to show that …
 
New Zealand Rugby. Yes! I’m loving these guys today. Because they know their job and they are sticking to it. They announced today that they’ve signed a six year deal with INEOS, a petrochemical company.That’s winding up environmental groups including Greenpeace, because they don’t like the idea that the All Blacks will have INEOS plastered on the …
 
The Chief Executive of the Food and Grocery Council has accused one of our major supermarket chains of trying to "break people" Katherine Rich says Foodstuffs New Zealand has been making extreme demands of their suppliers, purely to boost their own profits. The Commerce Commission is publishing a draft market study on the groceries industry tomorro…
 
Even before the trans-tasman travel bubble popped, things weren't looking rosy in the tourism sector. New figures from the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) show 11% of tourism accommodation was either closed or had no guests last month. Occupancy across the past year was down to 42%, showing that domestic tourism just can't fi…
 
A three day mass vaccination event hasn't gone to plan. Less than a quarter of those who were invited actually signed up. Health officials had to expand the invite list twice to find 12,000 more people to make sure the event could go ahead. A total of 140,000 invites were sent out before they got the numbers they needed. Heather du Plessis-Allan as…
 
Police Commissioner Andrew Coster joined Heather du Plessis-Allan following the guilty verdict in the trial against Eli Epiha. A jury found Epiha gulty of murdering Constable Matthew Hunt and attempting to murder Constable David Goldfinch. Coster talked about what new solutions to keeping the police safe may soon come into force. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
The covid outbreak in Fiji is going from bad to worse. The country has reported seven more deaths and a daily record of covid cases of 12 hundred and 85. New Zealand is in discussions with Fiji about bringing a covid patient to New Zealand to receive hospital care here. Fiji correspondent Lice Movono spoke to Heather du Plessis-Allan about how bad …
 
21 organisations have signed a pledge to be more transparent about their use of animals in research, testing and teaching. The signatories have promised to be more open about why and how they use animals; and include all our major universities, AgResearch and AstraZeneca. There was public outcry earlier this year when it was revealed that more than…
 
Today we talk to Dr. Chadden Hunter, an Australian wildlife biologist and filmmaker. After completing a PhD on gel-ada baboons in Ethiopia, Chadden worked with National Geographic and Discovery Channel, filming everything from tribal ceremonies in Africa to snow leopards in Pakistan. On the BBC series “Planet Earth” he became known as ‘the guy cove…
 
In the news this fortnight we discuss how Australia, along with a host of other countries, named China as the perpetrator of the Microsoft attack. We review how Australian organisations have been quietly paying millions in cyber ransoms. We explore how board members may soon be liable for cyber-attacks. And we deep dive into two high profile attack…
 
Neste episódio Raphael conversa com Maria Clara Santana. Ela trabalha na Alice Health e já trabalhou na Work.Co e Picter. Conversamos um pouco sobre sua história entrando no mundo da programação, usando inglês no dia a dia do trabalho e outros assuntos. Maria Clara Twitter: https://twitter.com/olarclara Maria Clara Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com…
 
In this episode, Raphael talks to one of his inspirations in the IT field: Etiene Dalcol. Etiene is from Rio de Janeiro and currently lives in Barcelona. She is Software Engineer doing NLP / CompLing research, currently developing Polygloss, a mobile game that helps you express yourself in another language. Former lead developer of Sailor, lead org…
 
Heather du Plessis-Allan talks to Grant Robertson about: Woman linked to ISIS, Suhayra Aden, moving to New ZealandWhether the Wallabies will get an exemption for the Bledisloe CupImmigration issues – why skilled people leaving the country due to a lack of certaintyAnd Refining NZ wanting to put a 1 cent levy on every litre of petrol LISTEN ABOVE…
 
Sydney could be in lockdown for a while yet. New South Wales has 145 new cases of Covid-19 -- 51 infectious while in the community. There's speculation the Australian state will come out of lockdown on September 17. But, International Correspondent Oliver Petersen told Heather du Plessis-Allan that Christmas looks more likely. He says people aren't…
 
Hayden Wilde has won the first Olympic medal for New Zealand in Tokyo with the bronze in triathlon. The race started all but smoothly when some swimmers jumped in the water too early, Hayden among them. He recounts the false start and talks about what he’ll do now he’s taken out a medal. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
Tobacco giant Philip Morris is to stop selling Marlboro cigarettes in the UK within the next 10 years. But how much of this is from the goodness of their hearts? Or is a marketing campaign, as the world looks towards vaping? Director of Ash Deborah Hart spoke to Heather du Plessis-Allan about whether this really is a good thing. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
2021 could be a record year for coal imports. The government is expecting that 150,000 more tonnes of coal will be imported this year than last year. Last year well over a million tonnes in total were imported. Most of the imported coal will be burned to keep your lights on, or possibly to charge up your new EV. Chief Executive of Forest and Bird, …
 
New Zealand will let terror suspect Suhayra Aden and her children into the country. In February this year Aden crossed from Syria to Turkey, with the Turkish ministry identifying her as an Islamic state terrorist. She was once a dual citizen of New Zealand and Australia, but Australia revoked her citizenship, leaving New Zealand to repatriate her. …
 
Former Finance Minister Sir Roger Douglas has penned a paper calling for a complete overhaul of all aspects of the welfare system in order to deal with New Zealand's huge debt mountain. He promises virtually every New Zealander could retire with $4-5 million in their super fund accounts. Plus that health, education and housing would all become affo…
 
And we’re back! This week we’d like to introduce our newest Familiar Stranger, Joe Clifford. Joe has just completed his Masters in Development Studies from the University of Auckland! To kick off his first panel, Joe discusses his research into the concept of Gotong Royong or mutual assistance in Indonesia. The rest of the Strangers weigh in on the…
 
In PlanningxChange Episode 81, Jess Noonan and Peter Jewell interview Marshall Sullivan a private planning consultant based in regional Victoria. Marshall came up ‘through the ranks’ of local government starting as an enforcer officer and ending as a senior manager. Now he runs his own very prosperous planning consultancy based in Geelong and the S…
 
The Engine Room Guest: Laurie Kennedy, has been mentioned in many of my previous interviews due to him having been an in-demand drum teacher and player in South Australia for 40 years. His playing career began in NSW when families gathered together and listened to music shows, drama serials, light entertainment and quiz programs on the radio, Rock …
 
This week, Amnesty International and a French journalism nonprofit named Forbidden Stories revealed that technology from a spyware firm called NSO Group is being deployed on a massive scale. The spyware, called Pegasus, gives the user access to every part of a victim’s smartphone -- notes, messages, photos, and recordings. What’s it like for securi…
 
With daily COVID-19 cases sharply rising again, Italy will soon require people to have passes reflecting their health status to access gyms, museums, movie theaters, the inside of restaurants and other venues. Premier Mario Draghi’s government approved a decree Thursday ordering the use of the so-called “green” passes starting on Aug. 6. To be elig…
 
From tomorrow, Kiwi workers will see a doubling on their sick leave entitlement - a move described as a game changer by workers' rights advocates. Most employees who have worked for an employer for six months will now be entitled to 10 days paid leave if they, or a dependent, are sick or injured or have a dependent who is sick or injured. Employees…
 
Jacinda Ardern has given Australia seven days to prove an economic case to get permission to enter New Zealand and play in the Bledisloe Cup. The All Blacks are scheduled to host the Wallabies at Eden Park on August 7 in the opening Bledisloe with two tests supposed to follow in Perth and Wellington next month. Christchurch will reduce the capacity…
 
There is a battle brewing between opponents of the Waiheke Island marina development. They are there local iwi and a collective of protesters called Protect Putiki. Protect Putiki say they’ve raised some money but the local iwi say that isn’t going through to the legal costs to oppose this. Ngati Paoa Trust Board co-chair Danella Roebeck spoke to H…
 
Olympic events are well under way and anticipation's building for tonight's opening ceremony. More than 10,000 athletes are competing despite Covid cases linked to the games now reaching more than 90 today. Athletes from 200 countries will take part in tonight's parade. New Zealand chef de mission Rob Waddell told Heather du Plessis-Allan it's just…
 
Chris Hipkins isn't backing down over pausing quarantine-free travel with Australia for eight-weeks from midnight as the Delta variant continues to spread. For the next week managed return flights will bring home New Zealand citizens and residents. The Covid-19 Response Minister told Heather du Plessis-Allan it's about giving Australia enough time …
 
A sweeping internet disruption on Thursday briefly took out a wide range of major corporate websites — from FedEx and Delta Air Lines to HSBC and McDonald's. The outages coincided with reports of system disruptions from Akamai and Oracle , two key providers of internet infrastructure services. Oracle said Thursday afternoon that its outage was the …
 
Closing the transtasman bubble for at least eight weeks has thrown plans for the Bledisloe Cup and Rugby Championship into disarray. The All Blacks are scheduled to host the Wallabies at Eden Park on August 7 in the opening Bledisloe with two tests supposed to follow in Perth and Wellington next month. New Zealand Rugby is scrambling to find soluti…
 
A Wellington man was left baffled after a Covid vaccine Healthline mix-up this morning. Capital & Coast DHB has apologised after Wellingtonians trying to book their Covid vaccines were unable to access the service through a number listed by the Ministry of Health. Wellington man Boudewyn Couprie is in group 3 and said he has been calling his GP and…
 
The Government’s done the right thing suspending the trans-Tasman bubble today. Delta has clearly changed the risk calculation. It says a lot that New South Wales – which is the state that has managed Covid without having to go into a widespread lockdown this entire pandemic – has now been forced into lockdown. And even after four weeks of lockdown…
 
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have shared an adorable new photo of Prince George to mark his 8th birthday. The image shows George grinning from ear-to-ear wearing a navy and orange polo shirt and matching navy shorts. The photo was taken in Norfolk earlier this month at the Duke and Duchess' home Amner Hall. Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton …
 
The Football Ferns took the knee before their game against Australia following the movement of NFL player Colin Kaepernick from 2016. The movement has gone beyond the NFL and made it to England in the Premier League and Euros. Emails released under the Official Information Act show the white privilege courses cost the Ministry of Education almost $…
 
New Zealand may have lost to Australia 2-1 in the Olympics on Wednesday, but debutant Gabi Rennie’s first touch in her goal was spectacular. And extra special, one of the very few people allowed in that crowd was Gabi’s older brother, a TV camera operator. Rennie told Heather du Plessis-Allan to have her brother there to see her score on her debut …
 
Labour's local MP in Rotorua is keeping positive about efforts to turn around the city's dire housing situation. Kainga Ora has paid $8.1 million to buy the Boulevard Motel on Fenton Street and two-thirds of a hectare of land in the town. It plans to turn the motel into temporary accommodation for 80 people and then build houses on the land. Waiari…
 
Unsurprisingly, there’s a fair bit of controversy over Southland District Council’s decision to allow a mining company to explore for coal in the area. But frankly, if you care about the environment, then you should support this. The fact is we’re burning coal and we will be burning coal for the foreseeable future because we do not have an alternat…
 
ACT has lashed the Government for putting civil servants through a course on diversity. Emails released under the Official Information Act reveal it's cost the Ministry of Education almost $700,000 alone. Participants are told recognising privilege acknowledges our colonial history and its impact on society. But ACT Leader David Seymour says it's j…
 
Community trusts have left $128 million on the table because of poor investment decisions, according to a report by Otago University. It found that 11 of the country's 12 community trusts failed to outperform Simplicity's passive benchmark over a three year period, from 2017 to 2020. However, the trusts cast doubt on the report's methodology and fi…
 
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has apologised for the slow rollout of vaccinations in his country. For days he's been asked to say sorry for the fact Australia has the lowest vaccination rate in the OECD, which is a key reason half of the country is now in lockdown. "I take responsibility for the vaccination programme," he said. "I'm sorr…
 
Eli Epiha claims he thought twice about leaving Constable Matthew Hunt dying in the street after he shot him in Massey last year. The 25-year-old admits murdering Hunt but denies attempting to murder his partner, Constable David Goldfinch. Newstalk ZB's Chelsea Daniels told Heather du Plessis-Allan Epiha told the High Court at Auckland today Hunt a…
 
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