R is an entrepreneur, technologist & author. He is the CEO of Shield Your Body, which creates products that make it easy and affordable for people to reduce their exposure to wireless radiation from devices like cell phones and laptops. And, along with his father, Dr. Martin Blank, he co-authored ‘Overpowered'-- widely regarded as one of the best books written on the science of the health effects of EMF radiation. He is also the host of The Healthier Tech Podcast. This follows a 20-year career in software development for bluechip firms including Apple, NBC, Disney, Microsoft, the NFL, IKEA and Mattel. R also co-founded Wildform where he co-created the first video encoder for Flash (sold to Google). He has served on the affiliate faculty at the University of California, Santa Cruz in the Digital Arts and New Media (DANM) program, and previously on the faculty of the University of Southern California Viterbi School of Engineering. Additionally, R has authored numerous articles, videos, courses and books in technology and software development. R has an MBA in Entrepreneurship from UCLA Anderson School of Management and an undergraduate degree from Columbia University. SHOW LINKS: https://shieldyourbody.com/witchywellness
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T.J. Rodgers is a world renowned entrepreneur, inventor, scientist, philanthropist, and scholar. He is the founder of Cypress Semiconductor and former founding CEO of over 34 years. TJ has dozens of awards in business and academia. He has over a dozen patents as an inventor and engineer. He has publicly been featured in various national media outlets on topics such as technology, business, and politics. More on TJ: http://www.tjrodgers.com/ More on A.J.: aaronjarmstrong.com
We talk to Harry Wolff, writer, YouTuber, and Director of Engineering at MongoDB, about Rust content, clickbait, creating a YouTube channel, why engineering managers fail, and so much more. Links https://twitter.com/hswolff (https://twitter.com/hswolff) https://www.youtube.com/hswolff (https://www.youtube.com/hswolff) https://github.com/hswolff (https://github.com/hswolff) https://www.hswolff.com (https://www.hswolff.com) https://www.mongodb.com (https://www.mongodb.com) https://www.mongodb.com/careers (https://www.mongodb.com/careers) Contact us https://podrocket.logrocket.com/contact-us (https://podrocket.logrocket.com/contact-us) @PodRocketpod (https://twitter.com/PodRocketpod) What does LogRocket do? LogRocket combines frontend monitoring, product analytics, and session replay to help software teams deliver the ideal product experience. Try LogRocket for free today (https://logrocket.com/signup?pdr). Special Guest: Harry Wolff.
What manufacturers should do is stop moaning about the lack of skilled talent and start partnering with grade schools (yes, as young as eighth grade) to show young people, especially young women, how amazing it is to build a career in manufacturing and engineering. But how? In this episode, I'm speaking with Meaghan Ziemba, Owner, Copywriter, and Copyeditor at Z-Ink Solutions and Host at Mavens of Manufacturing, about her calling to create an educational network to inspire youth to pursue manufacturing. In this episode, we discuss: - Meaghan's career journey into marketing for manufacturers - Strategies for attracting youth to manufacturing and engineering - Creating a work culture to support women and parents Check out these resources we mentioned: - Meaghan's podcast - Meet the Makers tour - National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) - Technology & Manufacturing Association (TMA) ... Subscribe to The Manufacturing Executive on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or our website. Listening on a desktop & can't see the links? Just search for The Manufacturing Executive in your favorite podcast player.
The construction industry continues to face a labor shortage, and in cities like Duluth, Minnesota, located along Lake Superior's North Shore, ambitious construction and development projects are clouded by the shortage of skilled workers in the trades. 218Trades was designed to provide education and resources for young people in the Duluth area considering a career in the trades. They work directly with local construction companies and union representatives to provide apprenticeships, scholarships, and jobsite exposure to those who are considering a career in the industry. Kraus-Anderson Office Manager Becca Bohlman, 218Trades Team Lead Dave Cook, and North Central States Regional Council of Carpenters Representative Adam Johnson discuss efforts to expand the construction industry workforce in Northeast Minnesota.
Host Nono Martínez Alonso replies to audience questions on the evolution of the live stream after a year of weekly streams. Books Atomic Habits by James Clear Digital Minimalism by Cal Newport Deep Work by Cal Newport Links Nono.MA Live Playlist Suggestive Drawing (and an in-depth tech dive) CATIA, Digital Project and Gehry Technologies Harvard GSD Parametric modeling People mentioned Jose Luis Garcia del Castillo Panagiotis Michalatos Carmen Chamorro Adam Menges Cal Newport Special thanks Bittor Arrillaga Jean-Marc Couffin Juanda Cabrera Mayur Mistry Ricardo César Rodríguez Robb Beal Sujay Kumarji Theaveas So Outline [00:00] Intro. [01:44] Start. [03:20] How has the channel evolved since the first live stream? [07:50] What challenges have you faced coding live? [11:39] How many programming languages are you familiar with? [14:50] Have you considered doing tutorials for beginners? [15:48] Do you have any tips on time management? [18:20] Who got you into coding for Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC)? [21:36] Coding for AEC is not mainstream in China or India. [22:10] Are community-based learning and tutorials the future of learning? [23:57] Should I get a master's degree in machine learning? [24:50] What's your take on work-life balance? [28:09] How can I acquire solid math knowledge? [29:08] Existing YouTube Videos. [32:07] Outro. Videos mentioned Live 38 · Dimensionality reduction with sci-kit learn and t-SNE Live 35 · RSS feed parsing Live 19 · DigitalOcean basics Live 18 · Hallucinating Sketches with StyleGAN Live 17 · Runway ML and StyleGAN Live 16 · Runway ML and Pix2Pix Live 15 · Runway ML models Live 11 · ResNet 50 and TensorFlow Hub Live 09 · Electron, React & TypeScript Live 08 · SageMaker training Live 07 · Training an image classifier: Part 2 Live 06 · Training an image classifier: Part 1 (Fashion MNIST)- Live 04 · Lobe AI and TensorFlow Lite (TFLite) Google Colab Jupyter notebooks Python Playlist Programming languages PHP Objective-C Python C# (C-sharp) Grasshopper Golang Perl Processing Libraries esbuild create-serve perfect-freehand Submit a question about this or previous episodes. I'd love to hear from you. Join the Discord community. Meet other curious minds. If you enjoy the show, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes? It takes less than 60 seconds and really helps. Show notes, transcripts, and past episodes at gettingsimple.com/podcast. Follow Nono Twitter.com/nonoesp Instagram.com/nonoesp Facebook.com/nonomartinezalonso YouTube.com/nonomartinezalonso
Together with JP, we are talking about the newest update/amendment / Novellierung of an already existing traffic law. As we will see in the interview, not all aspects are covered yet and complete autonomous driving is not yet permitted, BUT the law allows for semi-autonomous driving with a remote controlling human taking over control if needed.
Peter Drucker, the father of modern management thinking once said that "Culture eats strategy for breakfast." That wasn't a knock on how important strategy is, rather, he's emphasizing the importance that culture plays within an organization. Today's guest would share that sentiment. Today, I speak with Dan Langevin, the CTO of Vericred about the role culture plays in a technical organization, and specifically about the importance of both accountability and curiosity for Vericred's engineering team.
Some of the earliest documented instances of health misinformation occurred as early as the 1930s. So it's not as recent of a phenomenon as you may think. Obviously, social media has made the speed and prevalence of health misinformation and disinformation much worse. It started with cancer misinformation, but now we are dealing with vaccine misinformation and of course, the battle field is social media. All of the medical and technological advances we have made as a first world country don't make a difference if we can't overcome the health disinformation that is prevalent on social media. Today's guest is Dr. Tara Sell. Dr. Sell is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Environmental Health and Engineering and a Senior Associate at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She conducts research to develop a greater understanding of potentially large-scale health events such as disease outbreaks, bioterrorism, natural disasters, or radiological/nuclear events. Dr. Sell's work focuses on improving public health policy and practice in order to reduce the health impacts of disasters and terrorism. She works on qualitative and quantitative research analyses and uses this research to assist in the development of strategy and policy recommendations. Her primary research interests include biosecurity and biodefense, public health preparedness, emerging infectious disease, federal funding and budgeting, and nuclear preparedness policy and practice. She also serves as an Associate Editor of the peer-reviewed journal Health Security (formerly Biosecurity and Bioterrorism). How to Discern the Truth Determining how true information that you share on social media is can be confusing. Disinformation is designed to look like accurate information and is more easily shareable that you realize. As a society, we have to do 2 things: We need to hold policy makers accountable to the truth and to come up with solutions to address the disinformation. We have to have a national strategy that controls the spread and sources of misinformation and a system to promote good information, increase public resiliency to misinformation and bring all of the stakeholders together. Identifying Misinformation Needs to be a Top Priority Misinformation is intentionally designed to play on your emotions, and be so compelling that you will also want to share it. We need to have a unified effort to show people the tactics that are being used to make us an unwitting accomplice in the spread of misinformation. There are online fact checking tools that simply aren't used enough. Additionally, when misinformation is prevalent, there isn't a cohesive strategy to help us share the truth as a countermeasure to the misinformation. Better digital literacy will go a long way in helping combat misinformation. Government Skepticism One thing that is hindering the adoption of the safe and effective vaccines, is the general distrust of the government. It's not good for the government to be playing the role as the arbiter of truth in these situations. The government needs to be more transparent and bring together different agencies and address misinformation from a public health perspective, but it also needs to bleed into the national security side of government. We need a national strategy to confront health misinformation across the spectrum, so that it can more easily be identified and stamped out. Being Caught In the Middle With Friends and Family Many people are dreading the potential confrontations that may happen at the Thanksgiving table over the medical misinformation on the different sides of the political arguments. If you find yourself in this situation, Tara advises: Engage respectfully. No one will be convinced of the truth if they are dismissed or ridiculed. Connect over shared values. Everyone wants their children and their families to be safe. Talk about the tactics used to spread misinformation and your experience with it. Discuss alternative explanations for the conspiracy theories and use information sources that people will accept. Provide trusted sources for information that are not the CDC or WHO since they have become targets. Use Johns Hopkins or other reputable medical sources. Enlist the help of trusted family members. The High Cost of Misinformation Tara's organization did an analysis of what the actual misinformation is costing us, as medical misinformation has been declared a public health emergency. If 5% of non-vaccination is caused by medical misinformation, that leads to a cost of $50M in harm each day of a non-Delta surge environment. It would be even bigger during the Delta surge or if that non-vaccination number due to misinformation is higher. If it's 30% then that number increases to a cost of $300M dollars per day. Who Is It Costing? The cost of misinformation is spread out across sectors, but where ever there are people bearing more of the burden for misinformation, the associated costs are also concentrated there. What Can You Do? We have to face the fact that health related misinformation is going to be with us for a while. We aren't just going to be done with it when the pandemic is over. New targets will emerge. We have to make investments in solutions for health misinformation. We have to work on our own resilience. Encourage friends and family to be more resilient to misinformation as well. Resources: Connect with Tara on Twitter @skirkell Chamber of Progress Website Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Amy Kaur is an entrepreneurial civil engineer and strong community leader with the goal of inspiring more women to become engineers. As a founder of Engineering Gals, she has cultivated a global community of engineers focused on positive and empowering ecosystems for women in STEM. As a first generation American and college graduate, Amy strives to amplify underrepresented voices in STEM by hosting the Gals Chat podcast, live seminars and providing valuable resources for students and professionals. *This episode is sponsored by Steel Chic Shoes who offer women's fashionable Steel Toe Shoes. Use promo code EngineeringGals to get Free shipping and a Free water bottle when you purchase a pair of shoes: https://shopsteelchic.com/pages/engineering-gals Connect with us on social media: Amy Kaur: @amydeepkaur Engineering Gals: @engineeringgals Maritza Bravo: @Bravouniverse MUSIC by: Not The King - Faded - Royalty Free Vlog Music @coreygagn --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/engineeringgals/support
On the PreSales Podcast, James Kaikis and Yuji Higashi connect on the topic "Why We Created PreSales Academy". Yuji, Co-Founder of PreSales Collective & PreSales Academy, talks about the genesis story of PreSales Academy and how the program is a Win-Win-Win for future Sales Engineers, Hiring Managers, and PreSales Collective. In this episode we will also discuss our curriculum and hiring partners. Learn more about PreSales Academy at www.presalesacademy.com
In this episode, I speak with Chris who is the host of the Amateur Traveler which is an award-winning online travel show that focuses primarily on travel destinations. He has worked for years in technology startups in Silicon Valley and was formerly the Director of Engineering for TripAdvisor and ran online communities and events for companies including eBay, HBO, TV Guide, Expedia, Marriott, A&E, and so much more. Listen on to find out how Chris balances silicon valley and traveling. --------------- Hey Offbeat Family, I really appreciate you listening to this episode. I would love to hear more from you and what you think of the podcast. Contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org Show credits: Audio Engineer: Ben Smith - Ben@howtocreateapodcast.com
“If my legacy is that I have been a kind and good person, that is enough for me.”Do you ever wonder about your parents' and grandparents' stories? What their life was like before you came into the world? What's stopped you from asking those questions, and how can you hear those stories in time?We're so excited to invite Sarah Park back onto the podcast. You may remember her from ep 63, where we all debated about Facetune, filters, and cancel culture. She's back for a very different reason and a personal project of hers: she recently released “A Portrait of Us | 우리의 착한 이야기,” a documentary about her grandparents.A poignant, introspective telling of her grandparents' immigration story, Sarah amazes us with her intentionality behind each thought, word, and shot in this film. We get to chat with her about legacy, the level of openness and transparency in multigenerational conversations, and the behind the scenes of choosing when to invest in oneself through a passion project.Watch “A Portrait of Us | 우리의 착한 이야기”vimeo.com/598611004More about SarahSarah Park is a Korean American video editor and storyteller based in NYC. Throughout her artwork, she focuses on uplifting Korean American voices across generations, particularly through the lenses of family, love, and food.While completing her bachelor's degree in Integrated Digital Media at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering, she was able to explore the social and ethical potentials of emerging technologies at the intersection of art and technological practice, which has since been her foundation for approaching her artwork and storytelling. In the past couple of years, she has worked on projects for a wide variety of tech and media brands such as Snapchat, DIVE Studios, SoulCycle, and Group Nine Media, using her skills in video and podcast post-production, motion graphics, and graphic design to convey impactful stories and messages.⟡ website: parksarah.com⟡ instagram: @lalaspark Follow bamboo & glass on:⟡ instagram: @bambooandglass⟡ links to various platforms: beacons.ai/bambooandglass⟡ website: www.bambooandglass.buzzsprout.com⟡ Da Eun: @daeunkm⟡ Sophia: @sophiasysun Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/bambooandglass)
I started writing fantasy and science fiction novels in 2020 and the first book is now available at Amazon. I have interests in reading about ancient civilizations, painting, cooking, traveling, and learning languages. I have a PhD degree in Engineering and I am writing under the pen name of Nassim Odin. https://www.nassimodin.com/
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Photo: An artist's concept of what Kepler-1649c could look like from its surface. Credit: NASA/Ames Research Center/Daniel Rutter The Next 500 Years: Engineering Life to Reach New Worlds, by Christopher E. Mason | Apr 20, 2021 CBS Eye on the World with John Batchelor CBS Audio Network @Batchelorshow https://www.amazon.com/s?k=christopher+Mason&i=stripbooks&ref=nb_sb_noss_2 An argument that we have a moral duty to explore other planets and solar systems—because human life on Earth has an expiration date. Inevitably, life on Earth will come to an end, whether by climate disaster, cataclysmic war, or the death of the sun in a few billion years. To avoid extinction, we will have to find a new home planet, perhaps even a new solar system, to inhabit. In this provocative and fascinating book, Christopher Mason argues that we have a moral duty to do just that. As the only species aware that life on Earth has an expiration date, we have a responsibility to act as the shepherd of life-forms--not only for our species but for all species on which we depend and for those still to come (by accidental or designed evolution). Mason argues that the same capacity for ingenuity that has enabled us to build rockets and land on other planets can be applied to redesigning biology so that we can sustainably inhabit those planets. And he lays out a 500-year plan for undertaking the massively ambitious project of reengineering human genetics for life on other worlds. As they are today, our frail human bodies could never survive travel to another habitable planet. Mason describes the toll that long-term space travel took on astronaut Scott Kelly, who returned from a year on the International Space Station with changes to his blood, bones, and genes. Mason proposes a ten-phase, 500-year program that would engineer the genome so that humans can tolerate the extreme environments of outer space--with the ultimate goal of achieving human settlement of new solar systems. He lays out a roadmap of which solar systems to visit first, and merges biotechnology, philosophy, and genetics to offer an unparalleled vision of the universe to come.
Seth Spergel is Managing Partner at Merlin Ventures, where he is responsible for identifying cutting-edge companies for Merlin to partner with and invest in. Seth has more than 20 years of experience building, selling, and investing in software and startups. Most recently, Seth was VP for Infrastructure Technologies at In-Q-Tel, the strategic investment firm of the US Intelligence Community. Prior to In-Q-Tel, Seth was the VP of Engineering for ThinkGeek, an online seller and manufacturer of “geeky” toys and clothing, and also spent 12 years at IBM in roles ranging from software developer to sales manager.
When we asked some of our favorite engineering leaders if they had any mistakes they would be willing to share with our audience the response was always the same: "Yes, but where do I begin? There's so many."The great thing about opening up about past mistakes is that it normalizes failure. All of us will make decisions that we come to regret - the best we can do is learn and grow from them. This is especially true of people in leadership positions who are responsible for managing teams. In what will be the last podcast episode to feature excerpts from our INTERACT engineering leadership conference, Conor Bronsdon, Dev Interrupted Community Leader, presents a three-part interview he performed for audiences at INTERACT. We applaud Luca Rossi, Head of Engineering at Translated; Shweta Saraf, Senior Director of Engineering at Equinix; and Chris Downard, VP of Engineering at GigSmart, for their candid, open responses about professional moments of failure. Watch all the sessions from INTERACT: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0cH8n2pFJ3ujW7ynadDwPimqNbvn3QfF Join our Discord Community ►► discord.gg/devinterruptedOur Website ►► devinterrupted.com/Want to try LinearB? Book a LinearB Demo and use the "Dev Interrupted Podcast" discount code.Have 60 seconds? Review the show on Apple Podcasts
In 1960 physicist Freeman Dyson suggested that in the hunt for alien life, we should search for evidence of massive engineering projects that encapsulate stars with solar arrays to harness their energy. Could we humans ever make one ourselves? Find out in this classic episode. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Jacqueline Depaul discusses being an engineering consultant with a physics degree, becoming a fashion model at 38 (while shushing the devil and angel on her shoulders) and finding her “species” in her husband, handsome devil. To get in touch with Jacqueline: www.yellowbrickrunway.com, facebook.com/YellowBrickRunway, instagram.com/yellowbrickrunwaySee Beneath Your Beautiful podcast is raw and intimate, sometimes funny and always entertaining. With new episodes every Saturday, Hara explores our loves, fears and hopes with a delicious combination of depth and lightness.www.SeeBeneathYourBeautiful.com or listen wherever pods are cast.Apple Podcasts: https://tinyurl.com/z6ceeh7uSpotify: https://tinyurl.com/k8783km4____To get in touch with Hara Allison:Podcast: www.SeeBeneathYourBeautiful.comPhotography: www.hara.photographyDesign: www.studioh-creative.com
The market for business intelligence has been going through an evolutionary shift in recent years. One of the driving forces for that change has been the rise of analytics engineering powered by dbt. Lightdash has fully embraced that shift by building an entire open source business intelligence framework that is powered by dbt models. In this episode Oliver Laslett describes why dashboards aren't sufficient for business analytics, how Lightdash promotes the work that you are already doing in your data warehouse modeling with dbt, and how they are focusing on bridging the divide between data teams and business teams and the requirements that they have for data workflows.
Engineering professor Leidy Klotz says human beings are wired to add, not subtract. In fact, he says we're twice as disappointed to lose something as we are happy to gain something of the same value. The human aversion to subtraction can result in inferior design, unmanageable amounts of regulations, and a chaotic personal life. In this conversation with Dr. Alan Campbell, Klotz discusses his research and offers tips on how to wield the power of subtraction for the benefit of yourself and your community. leidyklotz.com
It's one of the biggest news stories of the month: social media and the spread of misinformation. While Facebook garnered much attention over the past several weeks, the problem of misinformation goes back far longer and is far broader than many people realize. In this episode, we chat with Tim Weninger, Frank M. Friemann Associate Prof. of Engineering. His work in this area goes back to the dawn of ISIS in the Middle East and continues today through the development of a suite of forensics tools to help fight coordinated misinformation campaigns. Read more about Weninger's work at: https://fightingfor.nd.edu/2018/fighting-the-spread-of-misinformation/
Today our conversation is with Kathleen Lodl, Associate Dean and 4-H Program Administrator for the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Department of Extension. She's going to talk with us about how 4-H is engaging youth in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) programming. Welcome to Agency for Change Podcast!
Andrea Dallan is an engineer, an entrepreneur and CEO of Dallan Spa, an Italian family business (Dallan) that has been producing systems for the processing of thin sheet metal since 1978, with 160 employees that include engineers, technicians and operations. He is also the author of the books “The Revolution of Efficiency” (2020) and “Think Thin” (coming summer 2021). Join our conversation to hear how he has used principles of efficiency, automation, and flexibility to increase the success of his business, and how you can apply these principles to your work, as well. The Being An Engineer podcast is brought to you by Pipeline Design & Engineering. Pipeline partners with medical & other device engineering teams who need turnkey equipment such as cycle test machines, custom test fixtures, automation equipment, assembly jigs, inspection stations and more. You can find us on the web at www.teampipeline.us.
Today is a special treat because today I have a friend and trusted colleague, Janet E. Stout PhD, president of Special Pathogens Laboratory and research associate professor at the University of Pittsburgh Swanson School of Engineering in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. An infectious disease microbiologist, Dr. Stout is recognized worldwide for seminal discoveries and pioneering research in Legionella. Her expertise includes prevention and control strategies for Legionnaires' disease in building water systems. Dr. Stout's more than thirty years of research is published in peer-reviewed medical and scientific journals. She also has authored textbook chapters on Legionella and Legionnaires' disease, including the Legionella chapter in the APIC Text. An advocate for prevention, Dr. Stout assisted in developing the first Legionella prevention guideline (1993) in the United States, which continues to serve as a model for national and global health agencies and organizations. Additionally, she serves on the ASHRAE Legionella standard committee for Legionella Guideline 12 and the SPC 188 committee for ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 188-2015 Legionellosis: Risk Management for Building Water Systems, the first U.S. standard for Legionella risk management. She is the first instructor of the ASSE 12080 Legionella water Safety and Management Specialist Certification training, and TODAY she has agreed to come on the show and share some key updates that our entire industry should be aware of. Bottom line: Dr. Janet E. Stout is on a mission to end Legionnaires' disease by using science and education to prevent future outbreaks. Your roadside friend, as you travel from client to client. -Trace Timestamps: James' Challenge: “Perform condensate survey throughout a facility.” [2:02] Re-introducing my friend and trusted colleague, Legionella Expert, the accomplished Dr. Janet E. Stout [6:00] Why join a peer to peer groups for business solutions and professional growth [13:30] ASHRAE 188 updates [18:40] Legislation regulation for Legionella updates [23:22] 12080 Certification [29:55] CDC updates [31:20] Understanding “Percent Positivity” [34:30] The Joint Commission updates [36:37] What does a CWT need to know? [40:20] Staying on top of industry changes [43:15] Standard 514 [45:05] Talking to our clients about changes [47:00] How to stay in the know about local and state changes? [50:33] Lightning round questions [54:00] Quotes: “I'm on a mission to end Legionnaires' disease.” - Dr. Janet E. Stout “It frustrates me that someone has to die in order for changes to be made.” - Dr. Janet E. Stout “Change is coming. Some through standards and guidance, and some by regulatory authorities and joint commission.” - Dr. Janet E. Stout “We need to raise the bar so that everybody is at the same level of basic understanding of Legionella and Legionnaires disease water management.” - Dr. Janet E. Stout “We advance because we say to ourselves ‘There are things we don't know' and we seek out the knowledge for those that do and thereby get better at our jobs.” - Dr. Janet E. Stout “A water treatment professional needs to be an educator of their client.” - Dr. Janet E. Stout Connect with Janet Stout PhD: Phone: 412.281.5335 Email: email@example.com Website: www.specialpathogenslab.com Links Mentioned: Episode 121 with Dr. Janet Stout Standard 188-2021 -- Legionellosis: Risk Management for Building Water Systems (ANSI Approved) Special Pathogens Laboratory - Education Puzzled By Legionella Wednesday webinar series The Rising Tide Mastermind Submit a Show Idea AWT (Association of Water Technologies) Events: The Hang Networking Event- @6pm 11.11.21 Michael Warady's Business Webinar -@11am 10.29.21 Smart Water Utilities, Europe (Netherlands) -1.26.22-1.27.22 Books Mentioned: Puzzled By Legionella - Janet E Stout PhD From Good To Great - Jim Collins Traction - Gino Wickman
Science isn't political. But that doesn't mean that scientists don't have influence in politics. Join us for our conversation with Dr. Naomi Charalambakis, Associate Director of Science Policy at the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, to learn about how animal research informs human health and why it's important for scientists to advocate for increased federal funding for science. Plus, is greener air travel on the horizon? And can photosynthesis be harnessed to restore nerve function? - these topics are covered in our news segment. Our Guest: Naomi Charalambakis, PhD, is a Senior Science Policy Analyst for the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB), a coalition of 29 scientific societies collectively representing over 130,000 individual biological and biomedical researchers. In this role, she leads efforts of FASEB's Animals in Research and Education working group, developing policy statements, tracking congressional legislation and agency directives related to animal use in federal research, and creating resources for the lab animal community. This includes preparing comments to federal Requests for Information. Additionally, Dr. Charalambakis serves as the staff liaison for the FASEB Shared Research Resources Task Force, coordinating with volunteers across the country to guide policy discussions pertaining to core facilities. Dr. Charalambakis launched her policy career at FASEB in November 2018, after graduating with her doctorate in Anatomical Sciences and Neurobiology from the University of Louisville School of Medicine where she utilized mouse transgenics to evaluate the role of retinal input on inhibitory interneurons in the visual thalamus. As a PhD Candidate, Dr. Charalambakis spent the summer of 2015 as a science policy intern at Research!America, and co-founded and served as Director of the first science policy University of Louisville student organization. Your Hosts: Steffie Diem (https://twitter.com/SteffiDiem) Jason Organ (https://twitter.com/OrganJM) James Reed (https://twitter.com/James_Reed3) Credits Editing-James Reed Mastering- Chris Goulet Music: Intro and Outro- Wolf Moon by Unicorn Heads | https://unicornheads.com/ | Standard YouTube License Additional Sounds- Inside a Computer Chip by Doug Maxwell | https://www.mediarightproductions.com/ | Standard YouTube License The Science Night Podcast is a member of the Riverpower Podcast Mill (https://riverpower.xyz/) family
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Positive macro data keeps coming in and it's holding the VIX down. WeWork finally goes public. More earnings on the way in tech and the burrito king! Featured Symbols: KWEB, URA, SNAP, BITO, and CMG
Positive macro data keeps coming in and it's holding the VIX down. WeWork finally goes public. More earnings on the way in tech and the burrito king! Featured Symbols: KWEB, URA, SNAP, BITO, and CMG
In this wide ranging talk, I chat with Dr. Ben John about his experiences in scaling and managing the team at AppNexus (and post AT&T acquisition at Xandr). We talk about six week planning cycles, creating a supportive culture, building out a learnign and development team within the engineering org and Ben's advice for anyone else moving from engineering to leadership.
As the world becomes increasingly connected through the cloud, product development tools must adapt to make life easier and more efficient for designers. But what is cloud-based product development? How does it work? And how can I take advantage of its benefits in my organization?To learn more about cloud-based product design and development, we spoke with industry pioneer Jon Hirschtick, who explains how to manage the product and engineering design process in the cloud.Learn about these topics:-- About PTC Onshape and cloud-based design-- Cloud-based product engineering and team collaboration-- Engineering culture change and the future of work-- Cloud computing, business efficiency, and team performance-- Remote work and product design in the cloudJon Hirschtick, co-founder of Onshape and president of PTC's Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) division. Onshape was acquired in 2019 by PTC for $470 million. Previously, Hirschtick created SOLIDWORKS, the first desktop 3D CAD (computer-aided design) solution that made 3D design technology accessible to the masses. SOLIDWORKS was acquired by Dassault Systèmes in 1997 for $310 million.Read the complete transcript: https://www.cxotalk.com/video/what-cloud-based-product-design
Dr. Dan welcomes Jayne Allen (pen name for Jaunique Sealey) to discuss her new book BLACK GIRLS MUST DIE EXHAUSTED, resilience, exhaustion, loving fearlessly, infertility, Lady Gaga, Prince, and much, much more. Jayne writes fiction from life experiences. Her series “Black Girls Must Die Exhausted” touches upon contemporary women's issues such as workplace, womanhood, race, fertility, modern relationships, and mental health awareness. Her writing echoes her desire to bring both multiculturalism and multidimensionality to contemporary women's fiction with dynamic female protagonists who also happen to be black. As Jaunique Sealey she has a broad range of experience in business and brand architecture, digital strategy, marketing, and product innovation. A graduate of Duke University Pratt School of Engineering and Harvard Law School, Jaunique's professional career began as a music attorney and entertainment industry executive, followed by a period as a senior digital strategist and business development executive for Lady Gaga, assisting with the platinum album release, “Born This Way,” and executive producing the “Gaga's Workshop” digital experience for Barneys New York that won an array of marketing awards, including an OMMA Award, Gold and Silver W3 Awards and a Davey Award. Sealey then began her own consulting agency and was hired by the late artist Prince as an addition to his in-house business and legal team. Recently the new book publisher Zibby Books announced Jaunique Sealey is Vice President of strategy and community. Her fiction has been featured in Essence Magazine, Good Morning America, The Root, Bustle, Ms. Magazine, and Shondaland. Jaunique is also the author of non-fiction titles including Regroup: The How-To of Never Giving Up, and Piece of the Fame: Rockstar Social Media Marketing Strategy for Everyone to Ignite Your Business, Career, and Personal Brand. For more information visit www.jayneallen.com and www.jaunique.com and on Instagram @JayneAllenWrites. Email your parenting questions to Dr. Dan firstname.lastname@example.org (we might answer on a future episode) Follow us @parentfootprintpodcast (Instagram, Facebook) and @drdanpeters (Twitter) Listen, subscribe, rate, review on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you like to listen For more information www.exactlyrightmedia.com www.drdanpeters.com For podcast merch www.exactlyrightmedia.com/parent-footprint-shop See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Engineering.com and ProjectBoard are on the move. Frank Baldesarra, CEO shares his purpose-driven vision to connect engineers and the STEM community with the world.Articles and resources reference in this episode:Visit Engineering.com Connect with Frank Baldesarra on LinkedInJoin the ProjectBoard Community If you haven't already, be sure to listen and review Industrial Strength Marketing to let us know what you think of the show.About the ShowAs a top manufacturing podcast, we're focused on what matters most to industrial marketers and executives tasked with developing and delivering on a strategic growth agenda. Featuring inspiring conversations with manufacturing and B2B marketing leaders on the lessons learned along the way, this show exists to deliver insights that help you grow your business.Are you looking to share your expertise with industrial prospects, influencers, and leaders across the supply chain? Apply to be a guest on the show.
Jasmine James is an Engineering Manager within the Engineering Effectiveness organization at Twitter, focused on their internal developer experience. She is also the latest co-chair of KubeCon + CloudNativeCon, starting with the North America event last week. Jasmine joins us to talk about being in the same room as other people - up to 3,000 of them - for the first time in a long while. The cover art for this show is courtesy of the CNCF and licensed under CC-BY. Do you have something cool to share? Some questions? Let us know: web: kubernetespodcast.com mail: email@example.com twitter: @kubernetespod Chatter of the last wee while KubeCon NA 2021 Google Cloud Next ‘21 SREcon21 William Shatner’s words after touching the edge of the final frontier Adele to release a new album Common People Shatner’s new album “Bill” News of the recent past Google Cloud Next: Google Distributed Cloud Edge and Hosted BigQuery Omni is GA Anthos for VMs Managed Service for Prometheus VMworld VMware Tanzu Community Edition Cartographer for supply chain choreography KubeCon + CloudNativeCon CNCF announces record number of new silver members KCNA entry-level certification Cilium joins the CNCF Triggermesh becomes open source Codefresh replatforms on upstream Argo Cloud Native security microsurvey results Introducing Chainguard Episode 152, guest hosted by Dan Lorenc Episode 47, with Kim Lewandowski Kubernetes documentary trailer Links from the interview Atlanta AT&T Delta Air Lines Avoiding the weeds in the Cloud Native Landscape at KubeCon NA 2018 Q&A with Jasmine James, newest KubeCon co-chair The selection process for KubeCon NA 2021 Upcoming CNCF events Co-co-chairs: Episode 117, with Constance Caramanolis Episode 130, with Stephen Augustus Keynotes of note: Three Developer Experience keynotes from Constance, Jasmine, and Robert Duffy A Vulnerable Tale about Burnout by Julia Simon The Road to Multicluster by Kaslin Fields Episode 62, with Ricardo Rocha, Lukas Heinrch and Clemens Lange Interaction wristbands Horseback riding and fishing Jasmine James on Twitter
Join me this week and get to know Rich Hua. He's a Principal World Wide Go To Market Specialist for AWS at Amazon. Rich has helped thousands of people better understand Emotional Intelligence (EQ). As someone that's been kicked out of preschool, received Ivy League education, became a Pastor, and is an Engineering genius, he's learned so much along the way. List and learn from one of the greats. Ready to get some free 1:1 help? I offer a limited number of free coaching calls each week. Grab time on my calendar at http://lindsaybuchancoaching.com/call and let's get you feeling more confident today. Get full show notes and more information here: https://lindsaybuchancoaching.com/71
Episode 056: Leading with Finance & EntrepreneurshipHow can architecture firms focus on elevating their financial management? This week we explore our love/hate relationship with numbers and discover tips and tricks that help keep projects and their budgets financially sound. Bolanle Williams-Olley is a CFO and partner at Mancini, but also an incredible entrepreneur managing multiple businesses in various stages of growth all at the same time. Our conversation with her will help you reframe your approach to accounting and bookkeeping tasks and leave you asking yourself what type of business you want to build next. You will also get a first look at her BOLD framework from her new book, Build Boldly launching early next month focused on how individuals can spark courageous action for grow and become leaders that inspire others to rise and be their best. Guest: Bolanle Williams-Olley sets a new standard of expectations for financial professionals. As Chief Financial Officer for https://www.manciniduffy.com/ (Mancini), Bolanle brings a unique vision to the firm's leadership team and thrives on building relationships between finance and management teams to ensure the overall financial success of projects and her firm. At 36-years-old, she is a true multi-hyphenate. In addition to her C-suite role, she is also a mom of two and a dynamic leader in the built industry as the founder of several impact organizations for improving education in a low-income school in Nigeria (where she was raised), empowering women in the A/E/C industry and at small design firms, as well as creating awareness about NGOs across Nigeria. Show Links:
Adam Saffer is the CEO of Gateway Development International, a consulting firm focused on bringing tech and infrastructure to frontier and emerging markets in Asia and Africa. He is a mechanical engineer who has spent most of his 35 year long career living and working in developing countries. The post 874: How to Pivot From Engineering Into International Development With Adam Saffer, Gateway Development International [K-Cup TripleShot] appeared first on Time4Coffee.