Welcome to this very special edition of The Lindsey Elmore Show.Do you feel like you've tried everything to lose weight, decrease stress, increase energy, and just feel better? Maybe it's not your fault. It could be your microbiome. Your microbiome is connected to every single body system as well as your overall physical and mental wellness. Imbalance in the microbiome (dysbiosis) could be the cause of a slew of health issues that may surprise you. Contrary to popular belief, simply popping a probiotic supplement is not enough to support this intricate network that makes up the microbiome. The truth is, if you're not engineering your microbiome, you're leaving yourself vulnerable to an imbalance that can negatively affect your physical and mental health.Back in September of 2022, I hosted an event with over 40 experts who shared about the role of the microbiome in overall health and wellness. We are now sharing many of these interviews as a part of a podcast series. We'll explore the ever-evolving science of the human microbiome and its impact on health. You'll hear from experts about the latest research and how to apply this in your daily life. If you've struggled with health issues and feel like you are out of options, I encourage you to tune in as we investigate the complex interplay between nutrition, lifestyle and the microbiome, and discover new ways to engineer a healthier, happier life. From exploring cutting-edge treatments to learning about the power of probiotics, this special series of The Lindsey Elmore Show podcast is sure to open your eyes to the world of microbial engineering.Join Dr. Lindsey Elmore and learn how to engineer a healthy microbiome to prevent & reverse a variety of physical & mental illnesses.If you'd like to hear more of this interview or to listen to all the interviews from the Engineering Your Microbiome Summit, visit www.wellnessmadesimple.us. Use the code POD to get 20% off.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5952903/advertisement
For anyone passionate about mobile apps, Java, Android development, and the future of tech innovations, today's interview with Poe Poe Myint Swe is a must-listen. Poe Poe serves as the VP of Engineering at 99 Co. and is a mastermind in her field. A devoted advocate for women in tech, she brings valuable insights to the table drawn from her extensive background in the Internet industry. Focused on topics such as data privacy, AI, and digital diversity, her insights pledge to revolutionize the way we perceive and interact with tech advancements. This interview is a deep dive into digital know-how, making it an invaluable resource for engineers, entrepreneurs, and everyone in between.Here are the reasons why you should listen to the full interview:Learn how to effectively protect your data and privacy in an increasingly digital world.Discover the potential of AI-generated code in reducing manual labor and enhancing business efficiency.Understand the benefits of prioritizing mobile-friendliness in web and application development.Resources Learn more about Poe Poe's tech firm: 99 CoUnderstand more on Poe Poe's advocacy for diversity in tech: Women in AI, Singapore Poe Poe's LinkedInFor more Informative Interviews Click Here Interview HighlightsImportance of Data PrivacyThe interview opens with Poe Poe emphasizing the urgency of data privacy in an AI-driven world. Simple steps can be employed to safeguard user data. “User awareness is crucial in modern digital ecosystem."Role of AI in Code RefactoringPoe Poe discusses how AI can be employed to update legacy code, saving time for engineers. She sees this as a huge opportunity for business owners. "Leveraging AI innovations could mean improved business functions.”The Need for Mobile-Friendly WebsitesThe importance of developing mobile-friendly websites is brought to light.Poe Poe suggests Flutter apps as an option for effective mobile solutions."The modern market demands mobile-optimized web presence."The User-Centric Development CyclePoe Poe explains the development process, from brainstorming to prototyping, with the end-user in mind.She emphasizes the need for diversity in developing AI to eliminate bias.“The best products are born out of inclusive ideation and robust development cycle.”Poe Poe's Advocacy for Tech DiversityAs the partnership lead at Women in AI, Singapore, Poe Poe passionately advocates for more diversity in tech. She believes diversity reduces bias and results in more effective solutions."AI should be as diverse as the humans that use it, this is the philosophy that propels us at Women in AI, Singapore."Support the show
Today three students will join us, Ezra Troy who is a senior at the University of Pennsylvania majoring in economics. He has been the lay leader of the orthodox Jewish prayer services at Penn since 2021. Talia Khan is an MIT graduate student in Mechanical Engineering (sustainable material design) who completed a double major in Music and Materials Science & Engineering at MIT in 2020. She is the president of the MIT Israel Alliance, an organization at the forefront of the battle against antisemitism on campus. A staunch supporter of Israel, Talia brings a diverse perspective on current events, as the daughter of an Ashkenazi Jewish mother and Afghan Muslim father. Talia's letter will be shared as testimony tomorrow in the hearing of MIT President Sally Kornbluth in Congress, addressing rampant antisemitism on campus. Plus, Lior Alon, Israeli post-doc student at MIT.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, I talk with Alexandra Lee, P.E., staff civil engineer at Burns & McDonnell, about her unique approach to engineering design, particularly in balancing traditional methods with innovative solutions in transmission and utility projects. ***The video version of this episode can be viewed here.*** Engineering Quotes: Here Are Some of the Questions I […] The post TCEP 251: Navigating the Dynamic Landscape of Transmission Engineering appeared first on Engineering Management Institute.
Welcome, and thanks for checking in today to No Vacancy The Podcast! On this week's episode: Interview with Olivia Tati-- a designer and short-term rental investor who started as a chemical engineer who then transitioned into real estate AITAH: What is the weirdest thing you've ever had an Airbnb guest do? Connect with Olivia Check out Yellow Door Design StayFi | Use Code NOVACANCY to Get 50% Off Your First 3 Months with StayFi Connect: Show Notes | Start Your Airbnb Instagram Podcast Producer: Kelsey Tran | email@example.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On today's episode, BJ talks with Eric Quinn, Fractional Integrator for EOS at MCFA, Naval Academy Grad, and former Lieutenant in the U.S. Navy. Eric discusses his journey to the Naval Academy, and how his role as a Fractional Integrator helps bring companies adopting the EOS framework to the next level. Resources mentioned: “How Winning Works” by Robyn Benincasa: https://www.amazon.com/How-Winning-Works-Essential-Leadership/dp/0373892551“How Leadership (Actually) Works” by Larry Yatch: https://www.amazon.com/How-Leadership-Actually-Works-Coordinating-ebook/dp/B09WF2KPPG/ref=sr_1_1?hvadid=649723164894&hvdev=c&hvlocphy=9021743&hvnetw=g&hvqmt=e&hvrand=3899342270738931596&hvtargid=kwd-1544185871011&hydadcr=22569_13493349&keywords=how+leadership+actually+works&qid=1701191457&s=books&sr=1-1Eric's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ericmquinn/Calls-to-action: Inspiring People and Places is brought to you by MCFA. Visit our website www.MCFAglobal.com and sign up for our weekly newsletter where we curate some of the top industry articles of the week and give you a dose of inspiration as you head into the weekend! MCFA IS HIRING!! If you or anyone you know are looking to work in the Planning, Project Development, Project Management, or Construction Management field, contact us through our website. Interns to Executives...we need great people to help us innovate and inspire, plan, develop and build our nation's infrastructure. Check out our MUST FILL positions here https://mcfaglobal.com/careers/. We reward the bold and the action oriented so if you don't see a position but think you are a fit...send us an email! Learn more at www.MCFAGlobal.com
Do you have rights? In fact, you do… if you claim and protect them. And this is no easy feat, particularly when compared to how easy it is to accept offers that remove or limit the rights you were born with. The rights you were born with are typically referred to as God-given rights. Basically, (more...)
What caused the largest marsquake ever recorded? Benjamin Fernando, a post-doctoral fellow from the University of Oxford, joins Planetary Radio this week to talk about the 4.7-magnitude marsquake recorded by NASA's InSight Mars lander and the international effort it took to pinpoint the cause of the quake. Then Bruce Betts, the chief scientist of The Planetary Society, and host Sarah Al-Ahmed chat about their earthquake experiences and share a fresh Random Space Fact in this week's What's Up. Discover more at: https://www.planetary.org/planetary-radio/2023-largest-marsquake See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to this edition of the NCRI Women's Committee podcast. Every year, December 7 marks the Day of Students in Iran. On December 7, 1953, three students were killed by military forces on the campus of Tehran University's College of Engineering. Since then, this day has been known as Students' Day in Iran, honoring the struggles of Iranian university students.Iranian universities have long served as hubs of knowledge. Alongside knowledge, there emerges a deep longing for freedom. Consequently, many leaders of opposition movements in Iran have risen from universities, drawing from the most informed sectors of Iranian intellectuals.Today, we explore the pivotal role of female students within universities and their involvement in the 2022-2023 uprising in Iran.***It's fitting to remember dozens of young women who paid the ultimate price during the 2022 protests. Let's remember Donya Farhadi, a 22-year-old student of Architecture at Azad University of Ahvaz, in the southwest Khuzestan province. Donya had been missing since December 7 after she had an argument with Basij militia members on the campus that day. Her body was found on the 15th of December on the banks of Karun River in Ahvaz. Her chest had been pierced by three bullets. However, the regime initially claimed that she had jumped down from the Karun bridge and committed suicide.We also had the case of Nasrin Qaderi from Marivan, Kurdistan. She was 38 years old and a student of Ph.D. in philosophy. Security forces hit her on the head during a protest in Tehran on the 4th of November. She slipped into a coma and died the next day in a hospital. Again, the state media claimed that she had died due to a chronic disease. There was also Negin Abdolmaleki who was only 21. She came from Qorveh, Kurdistan, but studied medical engineering at the Industrial University of Hamedan. She was repeatedly hit on the head by batons during a protest on October 11 in the city. She was severely injured. When she returned to the dormitory, she died due to severe bleeding. The authorities claimed that she had been intoxicated by expired canned fish!!Let us also remember Behnaz Afshari, a 23-year-old woman from Pakdasht, in Tehran Province. She left home on the 26th of October to participate in protests in Tehran but never returned home. Her body was found after five days in forensics medicine. Episode: Podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1908986
It's that time of year when we gather around the table to share a holiday dinner with family and friends for harvest feasts and winter community meals. To keep everyone safe from foodborne illnesses like Salmonella and E. Coli, home cooks must remember some simple, but important, food safety rules. Viruses and bacteria spread by contaminated food not only cause unpleasant gastrointestinal issues, foodborne illnesses can be life-threatening for elders and those with weak immune systems. We'll talk with food safety and medical experts about safe food handling. GUESTS Meagen Baldy (Hupa), food safety specialist with the Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative Stephen Piontkowski, senior environmental health officer in the Division of Environmental Health Services at the Office of Environmental Health and Engineering at the Indian Health Service Patricia Sullivan, advanced practice nurse consultant in the Division of Nursing Services at the Indian Health Service
This weeks episode explores what is looks like to work for a younger institution and realize exciting potential, the way that our guest combined a variety of skills for his current role, and the critical aspect of leadership along the way. Brandon Baker is the associate senior vice president for University Advancement at the University of Southern California (USC) where he works across campus on principal and transformational gift opportunities. Baker has experience in launching and leading campaigns and prior to joining USC, Brandon spearheaded the $400 million Tomorrow Demands Today Campaign at the RAND Corporation. Baker previously served as assistant dean of external affairs at the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering. He and his team were responsible for a $250 million goal as part of the school's campaign, a component of UCLA's $4.2 billion effort. He has more than sixteen years of experience in both public and private higher education institutions. He also served as a development director at Villanova University and Columbia University Graduate Business School. Baker holds an M.A. in higher education administration from New York University and a B.S. in biology from The University of Tennessee Southern. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/devdebrief/support
In this episode, we answer the question: Why are we seeing more children struggling with emotional regulation? We have conditions like Oppositional Defiant Disorder being diagnosed younger and younger. Anxiety Disorder diagnoses are also on the rise. Why are we seeing this trend? Has societal change with the introduction of so many handheld devices become a contributing factor? Have our children gotten away from the social nuances that accompany good old fashion “play”? Can we give our children better stability in emotional wellness if we do something different and more intentional, which frankly, may be considered, nowadays, out of the norm? Today, our special guest is going to shed light on ways we can get back to supporting “play” and how it is connected to children's overall well-being.About This Epsiode's GuestWebsite: thegeniusofplay.org*EMAIL LIST*Click here to join my email list for more free content to help you on your parenting journey!or go to strongermindsstrongeryouth.com/jointhelist*REACH OUT & SHARE*Email me your stories to share with others parents just like you @ firstname.lastname@example.org *CONNECT WITH ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA!!!* & *TAG ME IN YOUR STORIES!!!*#jessikashields or @strongermindsstrongeryouthGet Social to Stay Connected!!!FB: @StrongerMindsStrongerYouthInstagram: @StrongerMindsStrongerYouthLinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/jessikashieldsTo access more Podcast resources, visit strongermindsstrongeryouth.comThank you for listening!
Laura Bell Main is the co-founder and CEO of SafeStack, an online education platform offering flexible, high-quality, and people-focused secure development training for fast-moving companies, focusing on building application security skills, practices, and culture across the entire engineering team. With over 20 years of experience in software development and application security, Laura specializes in bringing Application Security and Secure Development practices into organizations worldwide. She also hosts the podcast Build Amazing Things Securely.
In this episode of The Jason Wright Show, we're joined by Ori Keren, the Co-founder of LinearB, a cutting-edge software company revolutionizing development team performance. Ori shares his remarkable journey from an engineer's perspective to becoming a visionary business leader in the tech industry. Key Discussion Points: Join Jason and Ori for an engaging conversation […]
नमस्कार दोस्तों! आपका स्वागत है हमारे New Podcast episode में, जहाँ हम चर्चा करेंगे "बच्चे क्या सोचते हैं: आत्मा और भगवान के बारे में।" इस episode में, हम बच्चों के मानसिक स्वास्थ्य और धार्मिक विचारों पर ध्यान देंगे। हम जानेंगे कि छोटे बच्चे आत्मा और भगवान के प्रति कैसे सोचते हैं और इस पर उनके विकास को कैसे प्रभावित कर सकता है। इस Podcast के माध्यम से हम चाहते हैं कि हम सभी एक दूसरे से सीधे और खुले दिल से बातें करें और बच्चों के मानविकी विकास को समर्थन करें। इस Podcast को सुनकर आप भी अपने बच्चों के साथ बेहतर संवाद स्थापित कर सकते हैं और उनकी सोच में सहारा प्रदान कर सकते हैं। धन्यवाद और हमसे जुड़े रहें! Follow to learn more YouTube: Personal Growth YouTube: Spiritual Growth LinkedIn Facebook Twitter Instagram _______________________________________________________ My name is Deep Pandey, By education, I am a Biotech Engineer & by Passion, I am obsessed with creating content related to Confidence building, Communication & Body language & personality development that empower people's lives. After completing my Engineering, I worked in multiple MNCs for more than 7 years in multiple departments including R&D of Microbiology, Customer service, Social Media Management & Quality Departments.
Co-hosts Becca Rashid and Ian Bogost explore our relationship with time and how to reclaim it. Why is it so important to be productive? Why can it feel like there's never enough time in a day? Why are so many of us conditioned to believe that being more productive makes us better people? This episode was co-hosted by Becca Rashid and Ian Bogost. Becca Rashid also produces the show. Editing by Jocelyn Frank and Claudine Ebeid. Fact-check by Ena Alvarado. Engineering by Rob Smierciak. The managing editor of How to Keep Time is Andrea Valdez. Write to us at email@example.com. Music from by Dylan Sitts (“On the Fritz”), Gavin Luke (“Time Zones”), Martin Guaffin (“The Time”), and Rob Smierciak (“Slow Money,” “Guitar Time”). Want to share unlimited access to The Atlantic with your loved ones? Give a gift today at theatlantic.com/podgift. For a limited time, select new subscriptions will come with the bold Atlantic tote bag as a free holiday bonus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
"I have cameras pointing at my fridge. If the fridge is empty, the VA orders it." If you thought you knew all there is to know about virtual assistants, this episode might surprise you. We've got Justin Nelson on the show today; he's the CEO of Sphere Rocket, a VA company that has seen a tremendous amount of success in the past few years, going from 0 to 100 employees in just 12 months. After leaving Engineering school early at the age of 19, he pursued his Real Estate License and, within three years, took over the team and launched his own Real Estate coaching company. From there, he created Sphere Rocket VA to help agents and businesses across all sectors acquire virtual assistant talent; they now hire thousands of people each year. Justin shares that most people see their virtual assistants as robots - something he's trying to fix. Employers who treat their VAs respectfully and communicate effectively will have much better results. That's why they offer one-on-one coaching for employers to help change their perspective. We also discuss Justin's determination and discipline that drove his success from an early age, how he leverages VAs in all areas of his life, his tips for managing a team of virtual employees, why he always hires three people for the same job, and how he got his team on board to sell the company. If you're at all curious about how a Virtual Assistant can improve your life or your business for the better...don't miss this episode. Episode Highlights: Scaling a VA business How hiring multiple candidates increases success The VA training process How a virtual office enhances team collaboration How he utilizes VAs for both personal and professional use Favorite Quote: “Whenever I'm able to see someone's talent over 90 days, a lot of times I can create a position for them, especially if it's around generating more revenue.” Connect with Justin: Website: http://sphererocketva.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/justinnelson76 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/therealjustinnelson/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/justin-nelson-82b98412a/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@therealjustinnelson TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@therealjustinnelson Stay Connected: Connect with Matt and Luigi on Instagram: @matthew.r.meehan @luigi_rosabianca @theLiquidLunchProject @ShieldAdvisoryGroup Visit The Liquid Lunch Project website and subscribe to The Weekly, our Friday morning newsletter, for all the latest in the world of finance, tech, small business, and more. www.theliquidlunchproject.com Make sure you never miss an episode — check out The Liquid Lunch Project on Apple Podcasts, and don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review.
In this episode of Data Driven, our Andy Leonard and Frank La Vigne are joined by Chris McDermott, VP of Engineering at Wallaroo.AI. Together, they explore the challenges and advancements in the ever-evolving world of machine learning and artificial intelligence.From the importance of ongoing care for machine learning models to the rise of edge computing and decentralized networks, they touch on the critical need for flexibility and data privacy. Chris shares his insights on the technical challenges of AI and ML adoption, as well as his unique career journey. They also discuss the evolution of technology and the potential future impact of these innovations.Join us for a deep dive into the world of AI, technology, and the future of machine learning with Chris McDermott on this episode of Data Driven.Show Notes00:00 Exploring AI, data science, and data engineering.06:20 Training and inferring are different stages.08:12 Legacy AI doesn't require neural networks or GPUs.12:09 Machine learning models require consistent care and monitoring.15:10 MLOps merges skills, breaks down silos, collaborates.16:47 Prefer MLOps to avoid namespace collision. DevOps parallels original Star Wars plot.20:27 Internet-scale operations require automation and resilience.24:13 Challenges of integrating AI into business processes.28:03 New push for edge computing in technology industry.32:05 Edge technology critical, discussed in government tech symposium.34:50 Navigating from SendGrid to Twilio simplified processes.36:15 First foray into data, growing knowledge.39:33 Technology evolves, builds complexity over time.44:41 Book recommendation: "Seeing Like a State" by James C. Scott discusses legibility and centralization of power in society.46:28 Predictable tree farming fails due to ecosystem complexity.Speaker BioChris McDermott is a software engineer and entrepreneur who is passionate about creating products that make machine learning more accessible and manageable for users. His focus is on developing a platform that allows for easy deployment and management of machine learning models using any framework and on any architecture or hardware. He believes that current solutions in the market force users into a specific platform, and he aims to provide a more flexible and efficient alternative. With a strong belief in the potential of his product, Chris is dedicated to making machine learning more accessible and user-friendly for people across various industries.
From humble planters to ancient statuary, terracotta is a seriously useful material. Learn more about this earthenware in today's epidose of BrainStuff, based on this article: https://home.howstuffworks.com/gardening/garden-design/terracotta.htmSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
How can tapping into collective wisdom lead to superior outcomes than relying solely on individual insight? In this episode, we speak with Ebenezer Ikonne, AVP of product and engineering at Cox Automotive. He shares his leadership journey, from starting as a software engineer to understanding the importance of values and mindset when transitioning into a leadership role. He talks about his experience creating an atmosphere where people can flourish and reach their full potential while allowing technology to solve business problems. He also discusses how companies should approach generative AI and chat GPT tools, as well as the tragedy of not allowing people to use their talents fully. Tune in to hear Ebenezer's insights on how followers can make smarter choices about where they want to work, what they want to do, and why it's essential to experience ‘joy at work.' [00:01 - 06:19] From Software Engineer to AVP of Product and Engineering [06:20 - 12:20] Leveraging the Power of the Collective to Maximize Human Potential [12:21 - 18:15] The Impact of Generative AI and Chat GPT [18:16 - 24:39] Closing Segment Key Quotes: "I think about the workplace as a place where people can and should flourish and thrive and not a place where I just go to work because I have to pay the bills." - Eb Ikonne "The answer from the collective is, in many cases, better than the answer from the individual." - Eb Ikonne "As human beings, we need to do things that we find fulfilling." - Eb Ikonne Connect with Eb: LinkedIn: Ebenezer Ikonne Twitter: @eikonne Springer Link: https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-1-4842-7298-5 LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone empower their businesses through collaboration, innovation, and transformation by sharing this episode or clicking here to listen to our previous episodes. Check Natalie's new book, SET IT ON FIRE: The Art of Innovation, available now at setitonfire.co These are proven solutions to advance your leadership and innovation process. Check out our website innovationmeetsleadership.com, or connect with me on Linkedin, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Youtube. Don't forget to subscribe and leave a 5-star review. Let's go transform something! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/natalie-born/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/natalie-born/support
Episode Summary In this episode of the Solar Maverick Podcast, Benoy speaks with Jigar Shah who is the Director for the Loan Programs Office(“LPO”) at the U.S. Department of Energy(“DOE”). Jigar speaks about Virtual Power Purchase Agreements(“VPPAs”), DOE's $3 Billion Partial Loan Guarantee to Sunnova's Project Hestia, and how the solar industry has to innovate. Benoy Thanjan Benoy Thanjan is the Founder and CEO of Reneu Energy and he is also an advisor for several solar startup companies. He has extensive project origination, development, and financial experience in the renewable energy industry and in the environmental commodities market. This includes initial site evaluation, permitting, financing, sourcing equipment, and negotiating the long-term energy and environmental commodities off-take agreements. He manages due diligence processes on land, permitting, and utility interconnection and is in charge of financing and structuring through Note to Proceed (“NTP”) to Commercial Operation Date (“COD”). Benoy composes teams suitable for all project development and construction tasks. He is also involved in project planning and pipeline financial modeling. He has been part of all sides of the transaction and this allows him to provide unique perspectives and value. Benoy has extensive experience in financial engineering to make solar projects profitable. Before founding Reneu Energy, he was the SREC Trader in the Project Finance Group for SolarCity which merged with Tesla in 2016. He originated SREC trades with buyers and co-developed their SREC monetization and hedging strategy with the senior management of SolarCity to move into the east coast markets. Benoy was the Vice President at Vanguard Energy Partners which is a national solar installer where he focused on project finance solutions for commercial scale solar projects. He also worked for Ridgewood Renewable Power, a private equity fund, where he analyzed potential investments in renewable energy projects and worked on maximizing the financial return of the projects in the portfolio. Benoy also worked on the sale of all of the renewable energy projects in Ridgewood's portfolio. He was in the Energy Structured Finance practice for Deloitte & Touche and in Financial Advisory Services practice at Ernst & Young. Benoy received his first experience in Finance as an intern at D.E. Shaw & Co., which is a global investment firm with 37 billion dollars in investment capital. He has a MBA in Finance from Rutgers University and a BS in Finance and Economics from the Stern School of Business at New York University. Benoy was an Alumni Scholar at the Stern School of Business. Jigar Shah Jigar Shah is the Director for the Loan Programs Office at the U.S. Department of Energy, where he leads and directs the organization's considerable loan authority within manufacturing, innovative project finance, and tribal energy. With more than 25 years of experience in clean energy, he is an expert in project finance, clean technology, and entrepreneurship, as well as a visionary leader and innovator in the field of sustainable infrastructure. Stay Connected: Benoy Thanjan Email: firstname.lastname@example.org LinkedIn: Benoy Thanjan Website: https://www.reneuenergy.com Jigar Shah Loan Programs Office Website: https://www.energy.gov/lpo/loan-programs-office Loan Program Office Linkedin Page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/doe-loan-programs-office/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jigarshahdc/ DOE content about VPPAs DOE Announces $3 Billion Partial Loan Guarantee to Sunnova's Project Hestia https://www.energy.gov/lpo/articles/doe-announces-3-billion-partial-loan-guarantee-sunnovas-project-hestia THE PATHWAY TO: VIRTUAL POWER PLANTS COMMERCIAL LIFTOFF https://liftoff.energy.gov/vpp/ Reneu Energy and Solar Maverick Podcast Holiday Fundraiser Reneu Energy and the Solar Maverick Podcast are having their Holiday Fundraiser and Networking Event on Tuesday, December 5th, 2023 from 6pm to 10pm at Hudson Hall in Jersey City, NJ. Hudson Hall is a Czech Biergarten and Smokehouse. Benoy who is the CEO of Reneu Energy and host of Solar Maverick Podcast is one of the owners. It is $64 to attend. The Admission Fee goes to two charities that we are fundraising at the event which are Let's Share the Sun Foundation and the Boys & Girls Club and covering our expenses for the event. Appetizers will be served. We will be partnering with Grand Stand Sports & Memorabilia. They will be selling memorabilia proceeds will go to charities. At our last two events, we raised $1,450 for the Boys & Girls Club and $1,450 for Let's Share the Sun Foundation. We are raising money for both charities at this event. If you are interested in sponsoring the event, please email Reneu Energy at email@example.com. The eventbrite link is below. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/reneu-energy-solar-maverick-podcast-holiday-fundraiser-networking-event-tickets-739318971947?aff=oddtdtcreator We would like to thank our sponsors for the holiday fundraiser which is Summit Ridge Energy and SolaREIT. Summit Ridge Energy is the nation's leading commercial solar company. Through its strategic partnerships and project financing expertise, the company develops, acquires, owns, and operates energy projects within the rapidly growing commercial solar and battery storage sectors. In the past six years, Summit Ridge Energy has deployed over $1.6B USD into cleanenergy assets. With a development pipeline of more than 2 GW, Summit Ridge Energy will have more than 400 MW of PV online by the end of 2023, providing solar power to 50,000 homes and businesses. Learn more at srenergy.com and connect with us on LinkedIn. SolaREIT, based in Vienna, Virginia, focuses on making investments in acquiring, developing, and managing climate-friendly real estate assets that support solar and battery storage projects, furthering the transformation to a low-carbon economy. SolaREIT offers practical and streamlined financing options that deliver maximum flexibility to developers, project owners and landowners based on their individual needs and financial goals. SolaREIT's products include land purchases, solar and storage land loans, and lease purchases among other innovative solutions for clients. For more information, please visit www.solareit.com or follow us on LinkedIn. We would like to thank Schwerd Consulting for sponsoring this episode of the Solar Maverick Podcast. Schwerd Consulting is a leading solar consulting firm dedicated to design, engineering, owner representation and technical consulting in all areas of solar photovoltaics and energy storage for the Commercial & Industrial and Utility markets. At Schwerd Consulting we like to say that We Know Solar. We don't just Do Solar. What sets us apart is our 100% focus on solar, while having an extensive background in building and utility engineering, and understanding the business of our clients. We are involved with the trends, technologies, vendors, policies, utilities, codes, and financial considerations for the industry. Therefore, value add for us is not just a slogan, it's what we practice in order to have loyal customers and gain trust. In its 9 years of business, Schwerd Consulting has provided services for approximately 1 GW of PV across over 800 sites and 17 US states plus the Caribbean. Let Schwerd Consulting take the burden off you and bring ease and expertise in all areas of Engineering & Design or help you navigate the technical world of solar. If you are interested in learning more about Schwerd Consulting, you can call 215-219-6718 or email to admin@schwerdconsulting. Schwerd Consulting's website is www.schwerdconsulting.com.
The short answer here is 'very efficiently'! Though perhaps best known as the second man on the moon, Buzz Aldrin is a tireless champion of space exploration. Learn more in this episode of BrainsStuff, based on this article: https://history.howstuffworks.com/historical-figures/buzz-aldrin.htmSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
● From the United Kingdom we welcome back Dr. Bryce Dyer. Dr. Dyer is an Associate Professor and Deputy Head of Department and Engineering at Bournemouth University and a visiting Professor at the University of Bolton. He holds PhD's in High Performance Product Development and Sports Technology Ethics. ● Bryce written a number of great articles that appear at Precisionhydration.com and today we are going to discuss the hot topic of the use of aerodynamic fairings with time trials and triathlon. Today we explore head down riding in Time Trials. Is it more aerodynamic? Is it safe? (spoiler, it's really not) You can interact with Bryce on the Time Trialing Forum in the UK and on Slowtwitch where he posts as UK Gearmuncher. You can get in touch with me @markflorence11 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for downloading the show!
Episode Summary In this episode of the Solar Maverick Podcast, Benoy speaks with Garren Bisschoff who is the Vice President of Business Development at Summit Ridge Energy(“SRE”). Garren speaks about Summit Ridge Energy 100 MW Community Solar Portfolio in Virginia, the magnificent growth of Summit Ridge Energy, and his solar journey. Here is the press release discussed on the Solar Maverick Podcast. Summit Ridge Energy Becomes Market Leader in Virginia with 100 MW Community Solar Portfolio Projects will lower electricity rates for low-income households located throughout the Commonwealth https://srenergy.com/news/summit-ridge-energy-becomes-market-leader-in-virginia-with-100-mw-community-solar-portfolio/ https://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2023/11/28/2787222/0/en/Summit-Ridge-Energy-Becomes-Market-Leader-in-Virginia-with-100-MW-Community-Solar-Portfolio.html Benoy Thanjan Benoy Thanjan is the Founder and CEO of Reneu Energy and he is also an advisor for several solar startup companies. He has extensive project origination, development, and financial experience in the renewable energy industry and in the environmental commodities market. This includes initial site evaluation, permitting, financing, sourcing equipment, and negotiating the long-term energy and environmental commodities off-take agreements. He manages due diligence processes on land, permitting, and utility interconnection and is in charge of financing and structuring through Note to Proceed (“NTP”) to Commercial Operation Date (“COD”). Benoy composes teams suitable for all project development and construction tasks. He is also involved in project planning and pipeline financial modeling. He has been part of all sides of the transaction and this allows him to provide unique perspectives and value. Benoy has extensive experience in financial engineering to make solar projects profitable. Before founding Reneu Energy, he was the SREC Trader in the Project Finance Group for SolarCity which merged with Tesla in 2016. He originated SREC trades with buyers and co-developed their SREC monetization and hedging strategy with the senior management of SolarCity to move into the east coast markets. Benoy was the Vice President at Vanguard Energy Partners which is a national solar installer where he focused on project finance solutions for commercial scale solar projects. He also worked for Ridgewood Renewable Power, a private equity fund, where he analyzed potential investments in renewable energy projects and worked on maximizing the financial return of the projects in the portfolio. Benoy also worked on the sale of all of the renewable energy projects in Ridgewood's portfolio. He was in the Energy Structured Finance practice for Deloitte & Touche and in Financial Advisory Services practice at Ernst & Young. Benoy received his first experience in Finance as an intern at D.E. Shaw & Co., which is a global investment firm with 37 billion dollars in investment capital. He has a MBA in Finance from Rutgers University and a BS in Finance and Economics from the Stern School of Business at New York University. Benoy was an Alumni Scholar at the Stern School of Business. Garren Bisschoff Garren is the Vice President of Business Development at Summit Ridge Energy. He has worked in various roles in the solar industry for over 13 years at SRE, SunEdision, IGS Solar, PV Pros, and Mgwezi Consultants. Stay Connected: Benoy Thanjan Email: email@example.com LinkedIn: Benoy Thanjan Website: https://www.reneuenergy.com Garren Bisschoff Website: https://srenergy.com Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/garren-bisschoff-a2528559/ Other Episodes with Summit Ridge Energy(“SRE”) on the Solar Maverick Podcast How Summit Ridge Energy became one of the largest owners of the community solar projects in the US? https://solarmaverick.podbean.com/e/smp-87-how-summit-ridge-energy-became-one-of-the-largest-owners-of-community-solar-projects-in-the-us/ A Developer's Perspective on the US Solar Market https://solarmaverick.podbean.com/e/smp-26-a-developers-perspective-on-the-us-solar-market/ Reneu Energy and Solar Maverick Podcast Holiday Fundraiser Reneu Energy and the Solar Maverick Podcast are having their Holiday Fundraiser and Networking Event on Tuesday, December 5th, 2023 from 6pm to 10pm at Hudson Hall in Jersey City, NJ. Hudson Hall is a Czech Biergarten and Smokehouse. Benoy who is the CEO of Reneu Energy and host of Solar Maverick Podcast is one of the owners. It is $64 to attend. The Admission Fee goes to two charities that we are fundraising at the event which are Let's Share the Sun Foundation and the Boys & Girls Club and covering our expenses for the event. Appetizers will be served. We will be partnering with Grand Stand Sports & Memorabilia. They will be selling memorabilia proceeds will go to charities. At our last two events, we raised $1,450 for the Boys & Girls Club and $1,450 for Let's Share the Sun Foundation. We are raising money for both charities at this event. If you are interested in sponsoring the event, please email Reneu Energy at firstname.lastname@example.org. The eventbrite link is below. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/reneu-energy-solar-maverick-podcast-holiday-fundraiser-networking-event-tickets-739318971947?aff=oddtdtcreator We would like to thank our sponsors for the holiday fundraiser which is Summit Ridge Energy and SolaREIT. Summit Ridge Energy is the nation's leading commercial solar company. Through its strategic partnerships and project financing expertise, the company develops, acquires, owns, and operates energy projects within the rapidly growing commercial solar and battery storage sectors. In the past six years, Summit Ridge Energy has deployed over $1.6B USD into cleanenergy assets. With a development pipeline of more than 2 GW, Summit Ridge Energy will have more than 400 MW of PV online by the end of 2023, providing solar power to 50,000 homes and businesses. Learn more at srenergy.com and connect with us on LinkedIn. SolaREIT, based in Vienna, Virginia, focuses on making investments in acquiring, developing, and managing climate-friendly real estate assets that support solar and battery storage projects, furthering the transformation to a low-carbon economy. SolaREIT offers practical and streamlined financing options that deliver maximum flexibility to developers, project owners and landowners based on their individual needs and financial goals. SolaREIT's products include land purchases, solar and storage land loans, and lease purchases among other innovative solutions for clients. For more information, please visit www.solareit.com or follow us on LinkedIn. We would like to thank our sponsor Schwerd Consulting for sponsoring this episode of the Solar Maverick Podcast. Schwerd Consulting is a leading solar consulting firm dedicated to design, engineering, owner representation and technical consulting in all areas of solar photovoltaics and energy storage for the Commercial & Industrial and Utility markets. At Schwerd Consulting we like to say that We Know Solar. We don't just Do Solar. What sets us apart is our 100% focus on solar, while having an extensive background in building and utility engineering, and understanding the business of our clients. We are involved with the trends, technologies, vendors, policies, utilities, codes, and financial considerations for the industry. Therefore, value add for us is not just a slogan, it's what we practice in order to have loyal customers and gain trust. In its 9 years of business, Schwerd Consulting has provided services for approximately 1 GW of PV across over 800 sites and 17 US states plus the Caribbean. Let Schwerd Consulting take the burden off you and bring ease and expertise in all areas of Engineering & Design or help you navigate the technical world of solar. If you are interested in learning more about Schwerd Consulting, you can call 215-219-6718 or email to admin@schwerdconsulting. Schwerd Consulting's website is www.schwerdconsulting.com.
In the podcast episode titled "The Light Inside," host Jeffrey Biesecker explores the concept of subconscious scripts and their profound impact on our perspectives and narratives. He invites guest Gareth Gwynne, who specializes in self-realization techniques and societal reconciliation, to delve into the intricacies of these scripts and how they shape our stories. Certain truths are not always self-evident, with our stories and narratives impacting us in profound ways beyond our common understanding. Diving into the narratives embedded in our subconscious scripts reveals a profound impact on our ability to embrace our humanity and cultivate meaningful social connections. These internal stories, often shaped by past experiences and societal influences, can unwittingly hinder our authenticity and limit the depth of our relationships. Unearthing and challenging these narratives is a transformative journey toward genuine connection—freeing us from the constraints that obscure our true essence. Join us this for our season-ending episode of The Light Inside as we embark on this exploration together, rewriting the scripts that no longer serve us and fostering a richer, more authentic tapestry of human connection. 00:04:37 Uncovering subconscious scripts for transformation. 00:08:38 Emotional reactions shape our perspectives. 00:11:58 Rewriting narratives for emotional growth. 00:18:53 The role of social conditioning in neural imprinting. The timestamp for when the podcast starts to say "Recognize reactivity and shift into feeling" is 00:22:30. Recognize reactivity and shift into feeling. 00:27:00 Inner peace is essential for world peace. 00:34:24 Embrace emotions for personal growth. 00:41:14 Embrace the darkness for growth. The timestamp in the podcast where it starts to discuss how ego shapes our subjective perspectives is 00:44:05. Ego shapes our subjective perspectives. 00:53:29 Transformation through self-realization and empathy. 00:59:00 Embrace self-awareness for personal growth. 01:00:34 Embrace conflict for deeper trust. JOIN US ON INSTAGRAM: @thelightinsidepodcast SUBSCRIBE: pod.link/thelightinside Featured Guests: Gareth Gwyn Credits: Music Score by Epidemic Sound Executive Producer: Jeffrey Besecker Mixing, Engineering, Production, and Mastering: Aloft Media Studio Senior Program Director: Anna Getz --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thelightinside/support
This week on RfRx, John Gleason (Godless Engineer) joins us to talk about his deconversion from religion, dealing with shame and loss of close relationships as a result, and using his background in computer and software engineering to build an online community. John argues that “godless” is a term that signifies religion is a part of our past, a fact of which we shouldn't be ashamed. Godless Engineer is an ex-Christian who has worked to build an online community of secular skeptics that analyze apologist claims to give people the best information so they can stand up and use their voices. He focuses on the intersection of Atheism, secularism, religion, politics, history, and science. Currently creating videos and social media content to educate his audience on these topics. For RfRx comments, inquiries & topical questions, email us at RfRx@recoveringfromreligion.org. Any time you are struggling with religious doubts or fears you can connect with a trained RfR Helpline agent 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. To chat online go to http://www.recoveringfromreligion.org. To talk over the phone, dial: (844) 368-2848 in the US & Canada If you need professional help, we can offer the Secular Therapy Project to provide options to connect with a professional therapist. All therapists have been thoroughly vetted by our organization and offer only evidence-based and non-religious treatment. Connect with them at http://www.seculartherapy.org. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Tiktok. Volunteer: http://www.recoveringfromreligion.org/volunteer Donate: https://www.recoveringfromreligion.org/donate --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/recovering-from-religion/message
Michael Muthukrishna is Associate Professor of Economic Psychology at the London School of Economics. He has degrees in Engineering and psychology, with graduate training in economics, biology, and statistics. At 32, Michael was one of the youngest tenured Professors at LSE. Michael uses the "Theory of Human Behavior" to tackle a variety of related topics, including innovation, corruption, the rise of large-scale cooperation, and the navigation of cross-cultural differences. TIMESTAMPS: (0:00) - Introduction (0:22) - What is A Theory of Everyone? (11:39) - The Multidisciplinary Approach (20:00) - The Story of Us (27:00) - Cross-Cultural & Species Differences (39:52) - Software of Minds (46:38) - Human Behavior & Artificial Intelligence (56:01) - Scales of Co-operation (1:02:34) - Societal Conflict & Corruption (1:11:00) - How Far We've Come (1:16:38) - Where Are We Going? (1:27:27) - Practical Implications (1:35:50) - Diverse Intelligence (1:39:30) - Conclusion EPISODE LINKS: - Michael's Website: https://michael.muthukrishna.com/ - Michael's Book: https://atheoryofeveryone.com/ - Michael's Publications: https://tinyurl.com/prxcd9se - Michael's Twitter: https://twitter.com/mmuthukrishna CONNECT: - Website: https://tevinnaidu.com/ - Podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/drtevinnaidu - Twitter: https://twitter.com/drtevinnaidu/ - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drtevinnaidu/ - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drtevinnaidu/ - LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drtevinnaidu/ ============================= Disclaimer: The information provided on this channel is for educational purposes only. The content is shared in the spirit of open discourse and does not constitute, nor does it substitute, professional or medical advice. We do not accept any liability for any loss or damage incurred from you acting or not acting as a result of listening/watching any of our contents. You acknowledge that you use the information provided at your own risk. Listeners/viewers are advised to conduct their own research and consult with their own experts in the respective fields. #MichaelMuthukrishna #TheoryOfEveryone #Economics #Psychology
In this episode of Molecule to Market, you'll go inside the outsourcing space of the global drug development sector with: Manuel Leal, Corporate Marketing Director at Ardena. Eden Turner, Senior Conference Producer at Informa Connect Life Sciences Catherine Hunter, Senior Commercial Manager at ramarketing Your host, Raman Sehgal, discusses the pharmaceutical and biotechnology outsourcing events space, covering: How industry events are experiencing record numbers in a post-pandemic world The role of technology in making the most of trade events Calculating the real ROI when it comes to the biggest bucket in your annual marketing/BD budget Thoughts around sustainability and climate impact when it comes to a global event schedule Manuel Leal is the Corporate Marketing Director at Ardena, a fully integrated Contract Development and Manufacturing Organization (CDMO) dedicated to advancing new molecules through clinical development. With over two decades of cross-industry experience, he has a unique blend of expertise in pharmaceutical business development and marketing. Manuel has more than 10 years of experience as a Business Development Director within the pharmaceutical CDMO industry. His contributions were instrumental in the growth of Idifarma, an organization that later became part of Ardena. Eden Turner received her BSc. In Biological Sciences from Imperial College London. She went on to join Informa as a Conference Producer for two years and now has moved to Senior Conference Producer for three years working on Informa Connect's Life Science Bioprocessing Portfolio, which expands events across the globe. Main areas of interest include Cell Line Development; Engineering, Upstream; Cell Culture, Manufacturing Strategy; and Bioprocessing 4.0. She is responsible for content creation and assists in market outreach. Catherine Hunter is a Senior Commercial Manager at ramarketing and has over a decade of experience in the CRO and CDMO space across large and small molecule. With capabilities in a broad range of commercial disciplines, Catherine supports business development, project management, and events coordination for ramarketing. Passionate about helping companies to achieve their full potential, Catherine uses her business acumen to help ambitious companies fuel growth. Please subscribe, tell your industry colleagues and join us in celebrating and promoting the value and importance of the global life science outsourcing space. We'd also appreciate a positive rating! Molecule to Market is sponsored and funded by ramarketing, an international marketing, design, digital and content agency helping companies differentiate, get noticed and grow in life sciences.
Jeff Perry is a return guest and here today to talk about his new book The Intentional Engineer, which will help you become your best self, get clarity on what is most important to you, unlock your potential, and create success and impact in your career and life.Amazon link: https://amzn.to/469Hjz9Detailed page: https://www.theintentionalengineer.comFree workbook: https://www.theintentionalengineer.com/workbookAbout Being An Engineer The Being An Engineer podcast is a repository for industry knowledge and a tool through which engineers learn about and connect with relevant companies, technologies, people resources, and opportunities. We feature successful mechanical engineers and interview engineers who are passionate about their work and who made a great impact on the engineering community. 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
From the early days of AI and AI assistants, Kevin has spent his career building technology and companies. With his experience at General Magic paving the way for OnStar, Siri, and Alexa, to modern applications of AI, we discuss Nobel prize winning auction theory, biometric cybersecurity, and AI driven software testing, along with lessons learned and what is coming next.In this episode, we explore AI tools that amplify productivity today, from coding to finding bugs in software, and how these tools will become as intertwined in our lives as computers or the internet. We also discuss becoming an expert in a field and applying expertise from one field into other areas of your life, whether in business or personal, like music or theater. Kevin SuraceKevin is a Silicon Valley innovator, serial entrepreneur, CEO, TV personality and EDUTAINER. He has been featured by Businessweek, Time, Fortune, Forbes, CNN, ABC,MSNBC,FOXNews,and has keynoted hundreds of events,from INC5000 to TED to the US Congress. He was INC Magazines' Entrepreneur of the Year, a CNBC top Innovator of the Decade, World Economic Forum Tech Pioneer, Chair of Silicon ValleyForum, Planet Forward Innovator of the Year nominee, featured for 5 years on TechTV's Silicon Spin, and inducted into RIT's Innovation Hall of Fame. Mr. Surace led pioneering work on the first cellular data smartphone (AirCommunicator), the first plastic multi-chip semiconductor packages, the first human-like AI virtual assistant (Portico), soundproof drywall, high R-value windows, AI-driven building management technology, Generative AI for QA, supply-chain multivariate auctions, and the window/energy retrofits of the Empire State Buildingand NY Stock Exchange. He is also an accomplished music director, conductor, Broadway and streaming producer,and percussionist.Links from the Show:LinkedIn: Kevin SuraceBooks: ImpromptuLinks: 1660vine, Adcreative.aiCompanies: Appvance.ai, TokenringMore by Kyle:Follow Prodity on Twitter and TikTokFollow Kyle on Twitter and TikTokSign up for the Prodity Newsletter for more updates.Kyle's writing on MediumProdity on MediumLike our podcast, consider Buying Us a Coffee or supporting us on Patreon
PREVIEW: From a longer conversation on space engineering, Bob Zimmerman analyzes the profound troubles with Hubble. 1945 Royal Observatory at Greenwich
Was the Space Shuttle a successful program? In many ways, yes: it endured for thirty years, launched hundreds of astronauts into space, and built the International Space Station. But, according to the goals of lower costs, rapid reusability, and reliability NASA stated at its conception, the Space Shuttle program was a failure. In this new recurring feature on SPE, Jack and Casey read through a classic paper in space policy and discuss its arguments, its conclusions, and whether the paper stands up to this day. Read along with us and suggest future episodes in our Planetary Society online member community. Discover more at: https://www.planetary.org/planetary-radio/space-shuttle-policy-failureSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, we are joined Augustin and Diego from Mediatel. Based in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Mediatel is a leading engineering company with a regional footprint covering most of South America. They specializing in fiber networks, with a focus on GIS solutions. From design surveys to data migration and software implementation, they provide end-to-end engineering services for seamless fiber network deployment. Mediatel working to connect communities and businesses, driving progress across the diverse landscapes of South America. Click now to learn their story. Also, subscribe to the Broadband Bunch on your favorite podcast platform so you never miss an episode. https://www.mediatel.com.ar
On this episode I am joined by Brian Green, EVP of Operations, Engineering & Project Management at Edgeconnex. Brian is very passionate about company culture and creating opportunities in the data center sector for veterans. Brian shares how he started his career in the US Navy and how he made the progression to the data centre sector. He outlines why his experience in the Navy was so valuable, and the reasons why veterans are well suited to the data center sector.We discuss Edgeconnex and their rapid growth across the globe. Brian outlines some of the current regions they are developing in, and where we can expect to see further developments. We also cover a number of key topics within the sector, including the growth of the industry, attracting and developing talent, power challenges, and the challenges we can expect to face in 2024.Learn more about Edgeconnex here - https://www.edgeconnex.com/
I am joined by Head of Engineering, Seth Alexander. He recently went through the job search so we are going to talk about his journey, the power of networking, and his experience in the restaurant industry. Come hang with us! Like what you hear? Connect with me - Website: gun.io/taylor Email: email@example.com LinkedIn: Taylor Desseyn Tweet me: @tdesseyn Pics of the life, wife, daughter & dog: @tdesseyn
Have you ever been to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada? No? Not many have, even though it’s a thriving city with excellent radio stations and a lively downtown social, shopping, and dining scene. Saskatoon is also the home of Pippin Technical Service, a leading broadcast equipment dealer and project services firm for all of Canada. Pippin Technical, now “PTS”, is an early adopter of IT and broadcast technologies, including Audio over IP via Livewire and AES67. PTS boasts highly capable on-staff engineers, technicians, and programming developers. In this TWiRT episode we get a tour of this premier equipment and services provider, plus we talk with Tyler Everitt, PTS’s President, as well as Evan Semenoff, developer of the new PTS Aurora GPIO interface. We also take a quick trip - a live shot - out to a new studio under construction at Pattison Media in Kelowna, BC, Canada. Show Notes:PTSAurora - Ethernet warning light (and other lighting) controllerPTSPKR (PTS Speaker) - Passive speaker designed for broadcastPTSxR1 - Silent, mid-power, 1RU compute platform designed for broadcast applicationsPTS*GATEWAY - Asterisk Server for Telos VX and business office Guests:Tyler Everitt - President at PTSEvan Semenoff - Programmer / Developer at PTSTodd Beswitherick - Senior Technician at PTSMike Delayen - Logistics at PTSMike Modney - Engineer at Pattison Media LtdPhil Stalwick - Installer / Technician at PTSJason Pearson - Engineer at Pattison Media Ltd Hosts:Chris Tarr - Group Director of Engineering at Magnum.MediaKirk Harnack, The Telos Alliance, Delta Radio, Star94.3, & South Seas BroadcastingFollow TWiRT on Twitter and on FacebookTWiRT is brought to you by:Nautel brings you Transmission Talk Tuesday Discussions. Easy, free registration is here.Broadcasters General Store, with outstanding service, saving, and support. Online at BGS.cc. Broadcast Bionics - making radio smarter with Bionic Studio, visual radio, and social media tools at Bionic.radio.Angry Audio and the new Rave analog audio mixing console. The new MaxxKonnect Broadcast U.192 MPX USB Soundcard - The first purpose-built broadcast-quality USB sound card with native MPX output. Subscribe to Audio:iTunesRSSStitcherTuneInSubscribe to Video:iTunesRSSYouTube
In the latest episode of Corps Talk, hosts James Walker and Maj. Tony Funkhouser have an engaging chat with Norfolk District's own Abbe Preddy and Holly Berckenhoff. They dive into Abbe and Holly's inspiring career paths, from their academic days to playing pivotal roles in U.S. Army Corps of Engineers projects. Tune in to hear how these two up-and-coming professionals gained valuable experience and unexpected levels of expertise, contributing to the Norfolk District's mission to provide innovated engineering solutions some of the nation's toughest challenges. You don't want to miss this insightful episode!
In this episode, Jill Wetzler shares practices and principles to help you become a great coach! As an Executive Coach & former VP of Engineering, Jill shares how attending her first coaching workshop impacted her career trajectory and the frameworks she uses to help create a mindset of possibility, foster positive relationships, cultivate trust, navigate threats, and help people think about the future. She shares her own experiences working through these frameworks & how it helped guide her career decisions. Plus we discuss tools for implementing a peer coaching structure into your org & how to make the most of peer group discussions!ABOUT JILL WETZLERJill Wetzler is a leadership coach, consultant, and former VP of Engineering with more than 15 years of experience leading engineering teams at some of Silicon Valley's fastest-growing companies. She works with organizations who want to strengthen and uplevel their management teams, and she coaches leaders at all levels to help them advance their skills and find fulfillment at work and in life. Jill has built and scaled engineering orgs at companies like Salesforce, Twitter, Lyft, and Pilot through periods of high growth. Find out more at www.jillwetzler.com"Imagine yourself five years from now. You're completely happy, you're completely fulfilled in your job. What are you spending your day doing? So not what is your job? What's your job title? But literally, what is the day to day activity? You get up at nine o'clock, you walk into a meeting, what are you doing in that meeting? Once I had all of that in sort of like a three paragraph form, I actually started to write my ideal job description.”- Jill Wetzler SHOW NOTES:The story of Jill's first coaching workshop & its impact on her as an eng leader (3:29)Questions & topics to focus on to be a better coach (6:27)Asking questions related to vision that inspire a possibility mindset (8:49)Frameworks for helping people shift into a creative brain space (10:26)How to navigate the topic of fairness & what elements threaten it (14:33)Identifying what you want your day-to-day to look like in the future (17:25)Jill's decision to create her own role @ Lyft working w/ L&D (20:42)Her biggest takeaways & recommendations for managers (26:05)Tips for breaking out of your pre-established identity (30:10)Implementing a “team roadshow” practice in your org (32:06)Jill's approach for introducing a peer coaching structure into their team (34:30)Talk from your own experience & avoid simply giving advice (36:39)Rapid fire questions (40:45)LINKS AND RESOURCESFinding Me - Viola Davis' story, in her own words, that spans her incredible, inspiring life, from her coming-of-age in Rhode Island to her present day.This episode wouldn't have been possible without the help of our incredible production team:Patrick Gallagher - Producer & Co-HostJerry Li - Co-HostNoah Olberding - Associate Producer, Audio & Video Editor https://www.linkedin.com/in/noah-olberding/Dan Overheim - Audio Engineer, Dan's also an avid 3D printer - https://www.bnd3d.com/Ellie Coggins Angus - Copywriter, Check out her other work at https://elliecoggins.com/about/