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A weekly Python podcast hosted by Christopher Bailey with interviews, coding tips, and conversation with guests from the Python community. The show covers a wide range of topics including Python programming best practices, career tips, and related software development topics. Join us every Friday morning to hear what's new in the world of Python programming and become a more effective Pythonista.
 
Serial killers. Gangsters. Gunslingers. Victorian-era murderers. And that's just the tip of the iceberg. Each week, the Most Notorious podcast features true-life tales of crime, criminals, tragedies and disasters throughout history. This is an interview show, spotlighting authors and historians who have studied their subjects for years, and whose stories are offered with unique insight, detail, and historical accuracy.
 
Parenting is one of the hardest jobs in life; whether you have a little one yourself or you're coping with an adult child welcoming their first small human into the world. So we're putting together two mums who'll talk about all things parenting with the wisdom born from being at different stages of the child rearing process. Presenter Suzy Cato - storyteller, friend and musical muse to countless New Zealand children - is keen to share the lessons she's learned on her parent journey so far a ...
 
Singing sand dunes, volcanic cinder cones, and the world’s largest and densest Joshua tree forest are just a few highlights of this 1.6 million-acre national parkland. Visitors to Mojave’s canyons, mountains, and mesas will encounter thousands of years of history, profound solitude, and truly dark night skies. Join the National Park Service and Partners as we explore Mojave in this series of audio and video programs from and about this special place.
 
The Planty Podie is a resource designed to empower, inform, and inspire healthy nutritional choices. Join host Chloe Garnham, certified in plant-based nutrition, as she speaks to nutrition experts, doctors, athletes, influencers, and industry leaders to see how we can all live healthier, happier, more conscious lives through plant-based food. This channel is an open forum for all to join and discuss in a safe, judgement-free space. Together we can make a real difference to our own health, an ...
 
A podcast dedicated to the fascinating world of the Paranormal, and everything weird and strange. Co-Hosts, Tim Ellis and Brad Blair are longtime childhood friends, first meeting in the 1st grade. They soon found kindred spirits in each other for their love of ghosts, UFOs, cryptids, and everything spooky. In 1999 they created the Upper Peninsula Paranormal Research Society (UPPRS), along with their other childhood friend, Steve LaPlaunt. In 2009, Tim and Brad founded the Michigan Paranormal ...
 
Each Gatehouse Chambers Podcast episode gives an informal view of important legal issues impacting individuals as well as companies and other legal entities. They will be of interest particularly to legal practitioners, law students and those interested in joining the legal profession and also the general public. The Gatehouse Chambers Podcast series concentrates on topics arising from Chambers' key practice areas which are: commercial dispute resolution (including not only litigation in cou ...
 
Mindset Meets Mastery with Arlene Gale focuses on the stories we tell ourselves (both fact and fiction), the mindsets, myths, misinformation, business strategies and success formulas that help or hinder us from moving toward mastery in our businesses and our lives. The ultimate goal is to build a community to learn and teach how to be successful: Without excuses or apologies. No matter where each of us is in our business-building journey, Arlene offers her personal insights as well as those ...
 
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There seem to be three kinds of Python developers: those unaware of type hints or have no opinion, ones that embrace them, and others who have an allergic reaction at the mention of them. Python is famously a dynamically typed language, but there are advantages to adding type hints to your code. This week on the show, we have Luciano Ramalho to dis…
 
On November 2nd, 1892 a ten-year-old boy named Anton Woode led a hunter to a secluded area of woods a few miles north of Denver, Colorado and shot him dead. Local papers would nickname him "The Boy Murderer". My guest is Dick Kreck, author of "Anton Woode: Boy Murderer". His book can be purchased here: https://www.amazon.com/Anton-Woode-Murderer-Di…
 
Hugo Hammond and England Physical Disability Cricketer and was a contestant on the reality TV show, Love Island. Lewis and Hugo talk about Hugo’s family, his love for cricket, and his experience in the villas of Love Island. The talk about his goal of staying true to himself, spreading the importance of mental health and disabilities in sports and …
 
Lewis discusses goal setting and the role of mindfulness in managing motivations and expectations. [01:07]How to set goals [03:34] External vs internal motivation [06:50] Focus on the process [09:53] Mindfulness exercise about control [12:18] Wrap up Be one of the first 100 to receive a Mindstrong journal by signing up at lewishatchett.com. This ep…
 
Have you wanted to work with RSS feeds in Python? Maybe you’re looking for a new project to build for your portfolio that uses Django, unit tests, and custom commands. This week on the show, we have Real Python author Ricky White to talk about his recent step-by-step project titled, “Build a Content Aggregator in Python.” Ricky has been authoring t…
 
Ed Latimore is a former professional heavy weight boxer. Outside of the ring, he is an army veteran, best-selling author, speaker, competitive chess player, and holds a bachelor of arts degree in Physics. Lewis and Ed discuss Ed’s journey into boxing that helped him develop a mastery mindset, his relationship with alcoholism and how he got sober, a…
 
Russian author Fyodor Dostoevsky lived a fascinating and turbulent life. He served a sentence in a Siberian prison camp and suffered from depression and a gambling addiction that kept him destitute for years. But through these challenges he wrote some of the greatest fiction of the 19th century, including his masterpiece "Crime and Punishment". Dos…
 
Hey, we're back! This week Editor in Chief Greg D'Alessandro from Weekly World News is with us to talk about the return and rebirth of Weekly World News (The Worlds ONLY reliable News). We talk about the history of the Magazine, the Bat Child found in the West Virginia cave, How they get some of their content, Some of the crazy exploits they have h…
 
Do you remember the One Laptop Per Child program? What went wrong, and what can we learn from the program’s failure? What are the potential pitfalls of charismatic technology, and how can we avoid them when introducing students to programming? This week on the show, former guest Al Sweigart and author Morgan Ames are here to talk about her book “Th…
 
In January of 1923, a 20-year-old dancer named Fritzie Mann left home to meet a mysterious man for what she told her mother was a house party. When she was discovered dead on a remote beach a few miles north of San Diego, police were puzzled by the clues. Was it an accident, suicide, or murder? The fact that she was pregnant deepened the mystery ev…
 
Patrick Mckeown is a world-renowned breathing practitioner, author and speaker that has helped thousands of people around the world, including athletes, military and other high performers. Lewis and Patrick discuss how functional breathing is not only the key to unlocking many different physical benefits to performance but for mental performance to…
 
Are you getting the most out of the Django framework? It’s a powerful web framework if you’re not interested in reinventing the wheel. Django includes a useful template system with inheritance for composing reusable HTML. This week on the show, we have previous guest and Real Python author Christopher Trudeau to talk about his recent articles and c…
 
One of the most powerful secret societies in 1880s Chicago was the mysterious Clan na Gael, run by Irish-American kingpin Alexander Sullivan. When Dr. Patrick Cronin questioned Sullivan's management of the organization, embrace of the controversial "dynamite policy", and disappearance of society funds, he was targeted and eventually murdered. My gu…
 
Stevie Ward is a former professional rugby league player and captain of Leeds Rhinos. Who’s career was cut short through concussion at the age of 27. On his retirement, he continued the growth of his business and brand, Mantality. Where he continues to change the stigma around men's vulnerability, mental health and the practices that help address h…
 
Have you wanted to generate PDFs from your Python project? Many of the current libraries require designing the document down at the pixel level. Would you be interested in a tool that lets you specify the page layout while it handles the specific details of laying out the text? This week on the show, we talk with Joris Schellekens about his library…
 
New York City in the mid to late 19th century was host to some of the most colorful criminals in American history - and equally colorful policemen who battled them. Police Chief Thomas Byrnes was considered one of the best sleuths in the world, yet there were always plenty of sensational cases to solve and elusive crooks to catch. My guest John Oll…
 
Lewis discusses the signs of athlete burnout, reasons for its causes, how it can be managed and avoided. In this episode: Introduction [0:00] Lewis talks about the difference between the burnout he feels now as a retired athlete versus when he was still a professional.[1:45] Lewis recalls that in the presence of stress, he felt ill physically. [3:4…
 
Are you interested in sharing your Python project with the broader world? Would you like to make it easily installable using pip? How do you create Python packages that share your code in a scalable and maintainable way? This week on the show, Real Python author and former guest Dane Hillard returns to talk about his new book, “Publishing Python Pa…
 
On this special Halloween-themed episode of Most Notorious, my guests - professors Lester Friedman and Allison Kavey - talk about Mary Shelley's early 19th-century literary classic, Frankenstein. They explore Shelley's creation of her timeless gothic novel and how her background and circumstances likely influenced her writing, offer some fascinatin…
 
From the importance of kindness to mental health, owning your mistakes and trusting your skill, Lewis discusses how the lessons from the TV show Ted Lasso can help you become not only a better person but better athlete. In this episode: Enthusiasm and kindness win — always. [5:28] The importance of mental health. [8:17] The importance of mantras. […
 
Earlier this year, the Python Software Foundation announced the creation of the Developer in Residence role. The first Visionary Sponsors of the PSF have provided funding for this new role for one year. What development responsibilities does this job address? This week on the show, we talk to previous guest Łukasz Langa about becoming the first CPy…
 
My guest, Western author and historian G.R. Williamson, appeared on Most Notorious a couple of years ago to talk about gunfighters Ben Thompson and King Fisher. He joins me again, this time to tell tales from his book "Notorious Gamblers of the Old West", which includes accounts of colorful card-playing characters like Charles Cora, Lottie Deno and…
 
#MyzLulu welcomes #TuiLetuli to #EveryoneLovesLulu, Episode #23 to talk about growing up in Samoa, Creating the Pacific Talent Academy of the Arts, Undergoing a Freak Accident, Faith in God, Role of Music, and Life Lessons. https://www.instagram.com/letulitui https://www.facebook.com/tuiletuli -------------------------------------------------------…
 
Chris Mosier is the first transgender athlete to compete in the Olympic Trials in the gender with which they identify. Chris is a six-time member of Team USA, a two-time Men’s National Champion, a Men’s All-American, and an inductee into the National Gay and Lesbian Sports Hall of Fame. Lewis and Chris talk about his upbringing, journey in sports, …
 
Python 3.10 is here! This week on the show, two former guests and Real Python authors return to talk about the new version. Geir Arne Hjelle’s article was posted to the site Monday, and it’s titled “Python 3.10: Cool New Features for You to Try”. Christopher Trudeau’s video course came out on Tuesday, and it covers the topics from the article with …
 
October 8th, 2021 marks the 150th anniversary of the Great Chicago Fire, the legendary disaster that destroyed a third of Chicago and made 90,000 residents homeless. While Mrs. O'Leary and her cow are usually portrayed as the culprits behind the catastrophic blaze, my guest, Carl Smith, doesn't believe history has treated her fairly. Professor Smit…
 
Brooke Neal is a former Olympic Hockey Player for New Zealand, yoga teacher, wellbeing coach and speaker. Brooke specialises in helping young female athletes in helping them navigate the space of sport as they grow up. Lewis And Brooke talk about how mindfulness, yoga and meditation can play a big part in helping athletes manage their well-being on…
 
Have you wanted to create a Python application that goes further than a command-line interface? You would like it to have a friendly interface but don’t want to make a GUI (Graphical User Interface) or web application. Maybe a TUI (Text User Interface)would be a perfect fit for the project. This week on the show, we have Will McGugan to talk about …
 
We're back again to the Hundred Years War in this episode of Most Notorious - this time in England. Sir William Cantilupe, a battle-hardened knight who had recently been acquitted of murdering his brother Nicholas, was discovered dead in a lonely field in May of 1375, in what appeared to be a staged crime scene. And it was his wife Maude and their …
 
Ruby Tui is a Professional Rugby player and Gold Medalist. Lewis and Ruby talk about a range of topics such as Athlete Identity, Gratitude, Mindfulness, Self Belief, Mental Health and so much more. In this episode: How Ruby has been doing lately and the books she's reading through her lockdown. [3:28] Ruby recalls times when she misjudged stories o…
 
Where are you along the path of learning Python? Do you feel like you’re making progress? What are ways you can put the learning path into a more precise focus? This week on the show, we talk with previous guest Martin Breuss about his recent article “How Long Does It Take to Learn Python?” Martin discusses methods for measuring your progress and t…
 
On November 1st, 1843, a dejected servant named Amelia Norman followed her former beau Henry Ballard to the steps of the Astor House Hotel in New York City. There she stabbed him with a folding knife, barely missing his heart. The city's newspapers and moral reformers quickly embraced Miss Norman's cause, seeing it as an opportunity to change seduc…
 
Gemma Burton (formerly Gibbons) is an Olympic Silver Judoka, now Teacher. Gemma won a silver medal in the London 2012 Olympics as well as capturing hearts with her famous moment of the games of a tribute to her mum after winning her semi-final to take her to the gold medal fight. Gemma and Lewis talk about the negative experiences she was able to t…
 
Are you a visual learner? Does it help to have programming concepts shared with concrete examples and images? Would you like to see if your child might be interested in programming? This week on the show, we talk with author Shari Eskenas about her books, “A Day in Code - Python: Learn to Code in Python Through an Illustrated Story” and “Learn Pyth…
 
In November of 1407, Louis I, The Duke of Orleans and brother of France's "Mad" King Charles VI, is murdered on a street near his home in Medieval Paris. A police investigation ensues, surprisingly as thorough and detailed as any modern day crime investigation. My guest, Eric Jager, is the author of "Blood Royal: A True Tale of Crime and Detection …
 
Siobhan-Marie O'Connor is an Olympic Silver Medalist & World Champion Swimmer who was forced to retire from her sport at the age of 25 due to health complications caused by Ulcerative Colitis. Siobhan's story is one of how against physical struggle she was able to make it to the top and achieve success. Lewis and Siobhan talk about how she grew up …
 
Are you a beginner or intermediate Python programmer who has made it through some of the fundamentals? Have you tried to tackle a big project but got stuck and frustrated? Completing some small projects might be the answer. This week on the show, we have author Al Sweigart and talk about his new book, “The Big Book of Small Python Projects.” We dis…
 
#MyzLulu welcomes #HiramTravis to #EveryoneLovesLulu, Episode #22 to talks about his entrepreneurial Pre Covid ventures of Food Market Express in Long Beach, the first Pacific Islander food festival called South Bay Food Market, and then during the Pandemic starting his own agency called EPIC Life Insurance teaching financial literacy. https://www.…
 
Riley Day is an Australian Sprinter having recently competed in the Tokyo Olympics. She rose to fame in Australia having spent her time in the build-up working at her local Woolworths store. Lewis and Riley discuss her experience of her first Olympics, how she's managed nerves and expectations and looking forward to Paris 2024. Find Riley on Instag…
 
On April 24th, 1891, a Bowery prostitute named Carrie Brown (known locally as "Old Shakespeare") was found murdered and mutilated in the seedy East River Hotel. With the Jack the Ripper murders unsolved and still news, many believed that the notorious killer had traveled across the Atlantic to continue his bloody work in the United States - and thi…
 
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