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Best Tim Gibb podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Tim Gibb podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Cultra Trail Running is The Cult of Ultra Culture, North East Trail running from the grass roots. Our podcast shares the unique perspective of the North East Beast Coast Ultra running scene: raw, impulsive, and irreverent. The Cultra Trail Running Podcast is a place where we can get together and discuss all the fun stuff that happens on the trails that most normal people don't care about. Join the Cult! or maybe you already have without realizing it... resistance is futile.
 
GOOD GRACIOUS is a live variety show in Atlanta and a podcast spotlighting the best Southern music, arts, and changemakers. Started in 2014 by Boyd Baker as a nod to The Ed Sullivan show, GOOD GRACIOUS hosts/interviews musicians, comedians, civic leaders, poets, filmmakers, authors, chefs, philanthropists, and folks who make the South the best - and more interesting - place to be. Podcasts include short showettes, as well as edited versions of our 2-hour live stage show. Some call it "A Sout ...
 
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When Cindy Sullivan was in middle school, she was forbidden to run- she had a degenerative genetic knee condition that got her out of gym class and physical activity. Fast forward about 20 years and Cindy decides she's going to run for the most selfless of reasons- to inspire her then three year old son. After running her first trail race (Nipmuck …
 
“There's a lot of Gossip Girl in AMADEUS…”The National Theatre just streamed their recent production of AMADEUS, so Matt brought back his close friend (and fellow nerd) Ali Gordon to talk about their deep love for the brilliant play and its even better Oscar-winning film adaptation. The two also discuss film editing that f*cks in the movie, how his…
 
We talk race strategy, hydration, nutrition, equipment and mental toughness as we recount our recent efforts at running 104 Dumbass Miles on the Pequonnock River Trail in lovely Trumbull, CT. No monkeys were harmed during the recording of this podcast. Special shout-outs to Chip Howard, Mike Crutchley, Sally Campbell, Michelle O'Neill, Jason Robert…
 
Believe it or not, he's walkin' on air, he never thought he could feel so free! Flyin' away on a wing and a prayer, who could it be? Believe it or not it's just Jay Durand! "Here's the episode folks!" We’re on Spotify! https://open.spotify.com/show/44etXyR0WbJtmKRKrP7V6M We’re on iTunes! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cultra-trail-running/id…
 
In this episode I talk with Brittany Martin, Lead Web Developer at the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust and host of the 5x5 Ruby on Rails Podcast. Brittany and I talk about working successfully with poor-quality APIs, whether to extract application code into gems or not, and, of course, roller derby. brittanymartin.dev Brittany Martin on Twitter…
 
"Dancing and singing at the same time is really hard."The Broadway Gal Pal with a voice like velvet Lauren Nicole Chapman (FROZEN, KINKY BOOTS) joins the Breakdown to discuss her obsession with SWEET CHARITY. Specifically the 2005 revival w/ Christina Applegate, but also the show in general. She and Matt also discuss their days doing shows together…
 
Paulius, O Paulius! He has the name and physique of a Roman emperor, except he hails from the mean streets of Lithuania and went to Glasgow for university. He loved it so much he decided to stay and conquer. Paulius loves the mountains, he's an avid climber, mountaineer and boss trail runner; although we learned that in Scotland you can go wherever…
 
In this episode I talk with Tim Cheadle, Director of Engineering at Resolve to Save Lives. Tim and I discuss the app Tim works on, called Simple, which helps healthcare professionals in India and elsewhere manage hypertension patients' needs. We also talk about scaling issues and usability testing. Tim Cheadle on Twitter Resolve to Save Lives Simpl…
 
First of all, this was a rare Monday night recording so all of our moons and stars were aligned and... naw I don't believe in that stuff. We were in rare form so to speak, and everyone is getting after it. From the local to the regional to the national FKT scene to Jimmy celebrating 10 years running by running 40 miles to Simon's triumphant return …
 
In this episode I talk with Chelsea Troy regarding the debugging techniques she shared in her recent RailsConf talk, "Debugging: Techniques for Uncertain Times". Chelsea and I talk about "progress mode" vs. "investigation mode", binary search, tests as scientific experiments, and, naturally, outer space. Chelsea Troy on Twitter Debugging: Technique…
 
"HAMILTON is aspiring for us to do exactly what we're doing right now."The hottest ticket on Broadway is in your living room! Matt is joined by his lovely friend Andrew to discuss their love and appreciation for the juggernaut musical HAMILTON, and touch on the difficulties of filming a stage show, Broadway's uneven relationship with race and why r…
 
Its hard to paddle a canoe without water, but we give it our best shot. Would you expect anything less from the Crew? First we dive into some serious jackassing- Jimmy DNFs an FKT attempt, we recap the latest Social Distance Challenge, introduce the newest challenge, the longest Patreon reading ever, then we get all cinematic and dive out of the ca…
 
In this episode I talk with Itamar Turner-Trauring, author of The Secret Skills of Productive Programmers. We share a number of productivity tips including don't get stuck, don't work long hours, implement the riskiest part first, write down what you're working on, and much more. Itamar Turner-Trauring on Twitter Code Without Rules The Secret Skill…
 
Debbie and Scott Livingston are one of the North East’s power ultra running couples. This episode tells the story of how they met at the Vermont 50 Mountain Bike Race and Ultra Run, and how they have built a life of adventures together. Debbie and Scott have been knocking off FKTs and seeking adventures for years. Their most recent adventure was a …
 
The CUT112 is a brutal 112 mile course starting at the CT MA line and traveling down the heart of CT on The New England Trail linking some of CT's toughest running spots. Alex Cabrera is a tough man, having grown up in the Dominican Republic, Serving in the US Army, and training on the trails of New Hampshire. Alex shares what it was like to pursue…
 
We really enjoyed this conversation with Tim, and we know you will too! So many interesting things to discuss from eating disorders to self worth and running. Learning how to be kind to ourselves and be the best we can be on a given day. We talk about our own moments of truth, and about hanging with Little Debbie We’re on Spotify! https://open.spot…
 
Bill Gibbs loves runners so much he puts them back together for a living, appearing at a ton of local races to offer his massage services. He often times will run the race, then cool off and set up shop to help runners with their aches and pains. What an amazing guy. Bill Gibbs Massage Therapy We’re on Spotify! https://open.spotify.com/show/44etXyR…
 
In this episode I talk with DevOps expert Adam Hawkins, who also appeared in episode 49. Adam and I talk about what DevOps is and how you can use DevOps principles to deliver better software faster. Project to Product: How to Survive and Thrive in the Age of Digital Disruption with the Flow Framework The DevOps Handbook Accelerate: State of DevOps …
 
"Every single line I could pull out and deconstruct."Broadway Nice Guy Charlie Franklin (TINA, BOOK OF MORMON, BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY) stops by the Breakdown to discuss his obsession with the time travel divorce epic THE LAST 5 YEARS. Together, Matt and Charlie discuss relating to characters, how a performance can completely change a song's pres…
 
Simon Edgett is resilient. Simon is persistent. He's headstrong, wily and a huge part of CULTRA. I say all this because we almost lost Simon last December- hear in the podcast how he's overcome some serious adversity. We’re on Spotify! https://open.spotify.com/show/44etXyR0WbJtmKRKrP7V6M We’re on iTunes! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cultra…
 
Amy Mower came to running a bit later in life and took to it fantastically. She has an impressive resume and is highly competitive yet also a really nice person- seriously, no douche canoeing here! Here her stories of racing at Across the Years, the Pistol in Tennessee, what it's like to run 875 miles in a single month(!) and some amazing performan…
 
In this episode I talk with Adam Hawkins about the concept of not just testing your application code, but testing your deployment pipeline so that you mitigate the risk of running bad deploys that take your site down. Software Development in 3 Ideas & 4 Metrics freedevopscourse.com Products Over Projects DevOps Handbook Summary & Review Accelerate …
 
Dave Walker puts on some of the hardest races in the USA, from the tough as nails Worlds End Ultramarathon to the gnarly Black Forest 100k as well as serving as the RD of Eastern States 100 from 2017-19, he's no stranger to adversity both on the trails and off. Hear how Dave discovered running, going from a 5k up to the 70-mile Laurel Highlands Ult…
 
In this episode, packed with nuggets of wisdom, I talk with thoughtbot CEO Chad Pytel about the meaning of the terms "code quality" and "bad code", the ways in which poor-quality code comes into existence, how to add tests to a codebase that doesn't have much test coverage, and much more. Chad Pytel on Twitter thoughtbot's Code Audit service…
 
We have a good time talking to McGruff during this episode. Ok, so truth is we hardly understood half of what he said, but it was a lot of fun anyway. We also ask the tough questions, like how can someone who was a National Geographic Geography Bee contender manage to have so many people get lost on his race course? We’re on Spotify! https://open.s…
 
"It's so different when you're doing a show that you can relate to in such a deep, deep, deep way."Broadway powerhouse Antoine L. Smith (CAROUSEL, MISS SAIGON, THE COLOR PURPLE) comes on the Breakdown discuss with Matt his obsession with the Broadway revival of THE COLOR PURPLE. Having been in the production, Antoine shares the show’s creative proc…
 
Hi everybody! A lot has been happening in the world lately and on this episode we try to balance our patented CULTRA jackassing with an appropriate and much needed conversation about race, privilege and what it means to be an ally. Jimmy runs 100 miles for no reason at all, Fred finishes his Great Virtual Race Across Tennessee, Becky is all heart a…
 
In this episode I talk with Ruby performance consultant Nate Berkopec. This time Nate and I talk not about Rails performance but about hosting options for Rails including Heroku, Convox and bare AWS. We also touch on infrastructure management tools like Kubernetes, Terraform and Ansible. Nate Berkopec on Twitter The Complete Guide to Rails Performa…
 
What's up with all the fast guests lately? We got another speedy one here with Josh Katzman, who you may know of Trail Animals Running Club in the Greater Boston area. Did you know Josh has run a 15 hour 100-miler? Did you know Josh was top 20 at Western States? Learn all this and more from this week's CULTRA! We allegedly open a can of worms re: R…
 
Raven "Rae" Matherne (not to be confused with Disney sitcom star Raven Symone of "That's So Raven" fame) has lived an incredible life- from becoming a black belt to scaling all 48 of the New Hampshire 4000-footers to becoming an elected lawmaker in Fairfield County, this 32-year old has overcome a lot in their life, and we sit down to one of our mo…
 
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