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Best Tom Wang podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Tom Wang podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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A newbie coder and a seasoned veteran discuss the questions that always come up when someone begins learning to code. Ed is looking at getting a career in programming and has been learning to code for just over a year. During this time he’s been building up a stack of questions that keep coming up from other newbie coders. Luckily, he’s got someone he can ask for help: Tom. Tom’s a seasoned coder, having worked in the industry for a few years now and has all the answers Ed needs, or does he?
 
Hey Podcast Listeners! On this podcast, we discuss anything and everything that has to do with e-commerce, from Facebook ads to email marketing. From Amazon to eBay. Wait, not eBay - that was so 2008! I hope you enjoy the content! More importantly, I hope you take action! Best of luck to you and your e-commerce journey and I am grateful to be a part of it! New episodes are released monthly!
 
Epicenter brings you in-depth conversations about the technical, economic and social implications of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technologies. Every week, we interview business leaders, engineers academics and entrepreneurs, and bring you a diverse spectrum of opinions and points of view. Epicenter is hosted by Sebastien Couture, Brian Fabian Crain, Meher Roy, Sunny Aggarwal, and Friederike Ernst. Since 2014, episodes have been downloaded over 4 million times.
 
Richard Osman has gathered three friends for a very special occasion, to celebrate celebrities who have their birthdays this week. And what better way to celebrate someone's birthday than by guessing their age! The best age-guesser will leave with the ultimate prize: a chocolate caterpillar cake. But can you do better at home?
 
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Tom Wang is a serial e-commerce entrepreneur who likes to "Scale the unscalable". After launching his first Amazon product in 2017, Tom was able to quit his 9-to-5 job that same year, and has built and scaled two 7-figures businesses since. Bullet points 00:36 - Intro 03:00 - The beginning as an entrepreneur 07:10 - Starting an Amazon business 09:0…
 
On this episode of “The Building Code,” Tom and Paul are bringing you the inside scoop on the new partnership between Buildertrend and The Home Depot. They are joined by Frank Blake, Home Depot’s general manager for outside sales and service, to dive deep into what this new partnership and what it means for construction pros like you. Tune in to th…
 
Charles Lindsay describes himself as “a conceptual artist-adventurer, whose work synthesizes ideas about technology, time, eco-systems, and semiotics.” And he believes playing a ton of golf falls into that description. Lindsay joins host Tom Coyne for a wide-ranging discussion on golf’s relationship with hunting, the search for extraterrestrials, b…
 
SKALE Network's modular protocol is one of the first of its kind to allow developers to build application specific blockchains. These are interoperable and compatible with the Ethereum mainchain, and the entire Ethereum ecosystem. They provide the benefits of decentralization without compromising on computation, storage, or security. The focus of S…
 
It's fan-boy o'clock again this week, as one of Tom's web-heroes joins us for a chat. CSS Trickster and ShopTalkin' podcaster Chris Coyier stopped by for a chat about working as a developer. Chris is full of all sorts of useful advice for aspiring developers. For example, you need some experience before you can know what you want from a job. Learn …
 
Florian Mueck is a world-class public speaker, trainer and author of 5 books. Before he started his rhetorical journey, he worked as a consultant and business development manager for almost a decade. After public speaking became his greatest passion, Florian has dedicated himself to helping companies and individuals boost their charisma by teaching…
 
On this episode of “The Building Code,” Tom and Paul are chatting with R.B. Gallup of Gallup & LaFitte, a design and build company in Chapin, South Carolina. R.B. is a third-generation custom construction professional in the family-owned business. He is also the youngest homebuilder to ever receive the designation of Certified Master Builder in the…
 
Ampleforth is a cryptocurrency attempting to become an essential building block to an alternative financial ecosystem. The protocol’s native token, AMPL, is a non collateralized cryptocurrency, like Bitcoin, but with a twist: It is supply elastic. This means the token and protocol will automatically increase or decrease the quantity of tokens held …
 
We're joined this week by testing expert (and long-time friend of the show) Brian Okken. Brian literally wrote the book on testing with Python (Python Testing with pytest) and has a lot of strong opinions about the value of testing and testing methodologies in general. Thankfully he's as friendly as he is smart, and was happy to lead us through the…
 
Ron swims through various social topics with sarcasm and satire. He is impressed with a stock clerk in a supermarket, continues his plight to become a fake doctor, gets scammed by a political campaign, and admits he can't do many things because he really doesn't want to.By New England Broadcasting
 
This week on “The Building Code,” Tom and Paul are speaking with Steve Tankersley of Tankersley Construction in Sacramento, Calif. Steve and his wife started in commercial construction and decided to start their family-owned business when they saw a need for increased organization processes such as job costing in the residential construction indust…
 
Ron delves deeply into the annoying world of scam phone calls, because he's fed up with them. It seems that almost everything is stressful these days. Join him in his loss of social toleration... Guest: Tech Security Expert Carrie KerskieBy New England Broadcasting
 
Dev.to has become one of the most popular places for developers to write about engineering, programming languages, and everyday life. For those who have not seen it, DEV is like a cross between Twitter and Medium, but targeted at developers. The content on DEV ranges from serious to humorous to technically useful. DEV contains a set of features whi…
 
Ken Wang has a degree in economics from MIT, is the brother of fashion designer Vera Wang, and, most important to us, is the founder/owner of the Pete Dye-designed Pound Ridge Golf Club in New York. He joins Tom Coyne to discuss his fervent belief in public courses, how Dye got what he wanted in the design, the democratization of the game, and how …
 
Balancer is a generalized automated market maker (AMM) protocol built on Ethereum. It allows anyone to create or add liquidity to customizable pools and earn trading fees. On one side there are liquidity providers (LPs) that generally seek to balance their holdings, and they get rewarded with trading fees. On the other side, traders that are lookin…
 
This week we're joined by Python expert (and super-star podcaster) Michael Kennedy to talk about why Python is such a great language to get started coding with. So why is coding in Python such fun? And why is it so good for beginners and experts alike? Why might Python give you tangible results faster than JavaScript? And once you've learnt some Py…
 
Tom Merrick is a CHEK Exercise Coach and CHEK Holistic Lifestyle Coach with over 5 years of experience training which has consisted of everything from endurance and cardio to bodybuilding and powerlifting. Tom is passionate about the bodyweight movement and has over 470 K subscribers on YouTube, where he teaches how to be more flexible. Tom’s purpo…
 
Vance Crowe interviews his graduate school mentor, Zheng Wang. They discuss cultural interpretations about masks, and why China and the US have different Coronavirus results. Zheng Wang taught me a great deal about other ways of thinking about the world. He took far more interest in my work than any other professor I've ever met. He pushed me to su…
 
In The History of the Civil War in Tajikistan (Academic Studies Press, 2020) Iraj Bashiri provides an overview of the Civil War in Tajikistan that emerged amidst the collapse of the Soviet Union. Based on personal observations, interviews, and a variety of primary and secondary publications, Bashiri places the conflict in a broader historical conte…
 
Vance Crowe's friend Lance Corbett comes back and talks about being locked up and having to fight for his life. He describes finding work after prison. Lance also describes for Vance how the Saint Louis graffiti culture works, with their motivations and obstacles. Fun conversation with a smart hardworking friend that has seen the harder side of lif…
 
On today’s episode of “The Building Code,” Tom and Paul are chatting with Darren Brown of Decking Sydney in Alexandria an inner-city suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Darren worked as a subcontractor on projects and had his own decking business before deciding to work full time at Decking Sydney. Tune in to the full episode to hear abou…
 
Peter Schreiner is a University Professor and the Justus von Liebig Chair, he studies the intersection between chemistry and biology. We have a fascinating conversations about his observations on democracy, if the peer review system is failing, and his culture's response to the question of liberty vs safety. To support the podcast, meet others in t…
 
Marcel Bach-Pages works with Gail Preston at the University of Oxford and we discuss a new protocol to identify the RNA-Binding Proteome from Arabidopsis leaves. This community-focused work includes full instructions for use of the protocol and they provide an accessible list of proteins that they have identified. This research is published in Biom…
 
UMA, or Universal Market Access, is an open source financial contracts protocol for building synthetic assets. It allows any two counterparties to design and create their own financial contracts for derivatives. An example of these assets in the traditional finance world, are interest rate derivatives. These are used to hedge against fluctuations i…
 
The collapse of the Soviet Union famously opened new venues for the theories of nationalism and the study of processes and actors involved in these new nation-building processes. In Toward Nationalizing Regimes: Conceptualizing Power and Identity in the Post-Soviet Realm (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2020), Diana T. Kudaibergenova takes the new …
 
Julie McDaniel is the mother of 6 children on the Oklahoma high desert where they raise cattle in a difficult part of the world. Vance and Julie discuss what it is to be a mother, family values, tradition and teaching your children about mortality. To support the podcast, meet others in the Articulate Ventures Network, and join the Articulate Ventu…
 
Samuel Maondu was a teenager when I met him while living in Kenya in the Peace Corps. He went from being a barefoot adolescent living without electricity or running water to becoming a nurse in the United States. This is a phenomenal story of living the dream. To support the podcast, meet others in the Articulate Ventures Network, and join the Arti…
 
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