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Insert Moin
Metal: Hellsinger: Da werden selbst Hiphopper zu Metalheads!

Insert Moin

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 43:00


Manchmal kommen Indie-Entwickler*innen mit einer genialen Spielidee um die Ecke, die zu schön klingt um wahr zu sein. Metal: Hellsinger hat so eine! In dem Ego-Shooter ballert ihr euch durch eine Horde an Dämonen, allerdings mit einem besonderen Twist: Schießt, dasht, springt und ladet ihr im Rhythmus nach, steigt der Combo-Meter und eurer verursachter Schaden. Stellt euch Doom: Eternal vor, nur mit einer einschlägigen Musik-Komponente, angetrieben von einem richtig starken Metal-Soundtrack von etablierten Künstler*innen. Klingt gut? Oh ja! Soweit sind sich Manu und Micha im Cast einig. Doch trotzdem gibt es ein paar Kritikpunkte, auf die die beiden im Gespräch ausführlich eingehen.

Met & Moshpit: Der Mittelalter-Rock Podcast bei RADIO BOB!
#43 Von trockenen Keksen, Höllenmaschinen und wütenden Polizeipräsidenten (20 Jahre Jubiläumsspecial)

Met & Moshpit: Der Mittelalter-Rock Podcast bei RADIO BOB!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 103:16


Was passiert, wenn man eine Horde verrückter Musiker zunächst 20+2 Jahre lang mit Dudelsäcken und Trommeln auf die Welt loslässt und ihnen anschließend - anlässlich ihres Jubiläumskonzerts im Gelsenkirchener Amphitheater - Mikrofone hinhält, um davon zu erzählen? Ganz genau: Man bekommt sowas wie diese Podcastfolge hier! Für Risiken und Nebenwirkungen wie Lachflashs oder ungläubiges Kopfschütteln übernehmen wir keine Haftung. Übrigens: Das hier ist die erste Episode, die fast komplett in der Taverne stattfindet! Unfassbar… genau wie das Tempo, in dem die Geschichten durch den Raum fliegen. Viel Spaß beim Hören!

The Starting Zone: The World of Warcraft Podcast!
Episode #543: Wrath Classic Launch!

The Starting Zone: The World of Warcraft Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 178:44 Very Popular


Welcome to The Starting Zone Podcast, The World of Warcraft Podcast for New and Experienced Players! This week Spencer Downey and Jason Lucas discuss the launch of Wrath Classic with Josh Corbett, Dragonflight Updates, Raid Testing, Hotfixes and everything else going on around Azeroth and Shadowlands! Episode #543: Wrath Classic Launch! is ready for Download! What's New this Week in World of Warcraft! Weekly Event – Wrath of the Lich King Timewalking World Boss - Nurgash Muckformed in Revendreth Frenzied Monstrosity (DKs) Erratic Fel Core (DHs) Azj'Aqir's Madness (Warlocks) Desmotaeron World Boss - Mor'geth, Tormentor of the Damned Zereth Mortis World Boss - Antros - FATED Mythic + Affixes - Tyrannical, Sanguine, Storming, Encrypted PvP Brawl - Gravity Lapse Brewfest - September 20th to October 6th Darkmoon Fair - October 2nd to 8th Dragonflight Beta Development Notes Dragonflight Class Design Progress Vault of the Incarnates Raid Testing Schedule Difference between Wrath and Wrath Classic Twitter Heroic Codes Giveaway Hotfixes ABetterABK Strike Fund and much more! You can find us on Discord at The Starting Zone or email us at TheStartingZone@Gmail.com Have you heard about our Patreon? It's a great way to support the show and goes towards making more content for you! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/thestartingzone Looking for to grab some great TSZ merch? Look no further than here! We've got the shirts, hoodies, mugs, pillows even stickers you want!

The Sausage Factory
The Sausage Factory: 407 – Spirit Hunters: Infinite Horde by Creature Cauldron

The Sausage Factory

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 67:29


Chris chats to Nathan Buckley, Peet Cooper, and Anthony Enright of Creature Cauldron about the design and development of their action rogue lite, Spirit Hunters: Infinite Horde Where is that shopkeeper when you need them? http://media.blubrry.com/caneandrinse/caneandrinse.com/sausage/TSF_Episode407.mp3   The Sausage Factory 407 was edited by Chris O'Regan The Sausage Factory is an interview-based podcast that lifts the lid on the makers of videogames. It examines the way in which games are made by asking the very people who create them, though the questions asked aren't just about game design, they also cover how developers made their start and what inspires them as creators. Split into two halves, the first segment delves into what makes the developers tick by asking about how they started, what and who inspires them and what games they are currently playing, whereas the second part of the show covers the game that they are currently working on and the thought processes behind its development. So, if you really want to hear about a game's gestation in full and frank detail then you have found the right podcast.

The Starting Zone: The World of Warcraft Podcast!
Episode #542: To do's before Dragonflight!

The Starting Zone: The World of Warcraft Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 82:10 Very Popular


Welcome to The Starting Zone Podcast, The World of Warcraft Podcast for New and Experienced Players! This week Spencer Downey and Jason Lucas discuss the things you may want to complete before they go away in Dragonflight, Hotfixes and everything else going on around Azeroth and Shadowlands! Episode #542: To do's before Dragonflight! is ready for Download! What's New this Week in World of Warcraft! Weekly Event – Battleground Bonus Event World Boss - Oranomonos the Everbranching in Ardenweald Fevered Incantation (Mages) Surging Shots (Hunters) Verdant Infusion (Druids) Desmotaeron World Boss - Mor'geth, Tormentor of the Damned - FATED Zereth Mortis World Boss - Antros Mythic + Affixes - Fortified, Bolstering, Quaking, Encrypted PvP Brawl - Arathi Blizzard PVP Quests Rated BGs Epic BGs Brewfest - September 20th to October 6th Things to Do in the Shadowlands before Dragonflight Dragonflight Beta Development Notes End-game Testing Realm Now Open – Valdrakken Hotfixes ABetterABK Strike Fund and much more! You can find us on Discord at The Starting Zone or email us at TheStartingZone@Gmail.com Have you heard about our Patreon? It's a great way to support the show and goes towards making more content for you! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/thestartingzone Looking for to grab some great TSZ merch? Look no further than here! We've got the shirts, hoodies, mugs, pillows even stickers you want!  

The Obsidian Table
HORDE - Conversations w/ Crypto Projects

The Obsidian Table

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 88:24


A live conversation with a DeFi project, where Matthew & the Obsidian community members could ask questions and pick the brains of the founders behind the company. HORDE launched with the aim of being sustainable over time, rather than just a massive moon that falls as fast as it rises. They're the creators of the famed LMS system, and continue to expand in the space. Let us know what you think about them after this conversation!As always, we want to stress that nothing in this is financial investment advice. Our goal with these conversations is to give everyone listening one more tool in their belt to utilize while they do their own research about DeFi projects & the space in general.House Of Obsidian Discord: https://discord.gg/obsidiansObsidian Twitter: https://twitter.com/ObsidianCouncilObsidian KYC: https://www.theobsidiancouncil.comWeekly Crypto News: https://medium.com/@obsidiancouncilocFind our speakers this week:Guest: HORDE, https://twitter.com/HordeTweetsHost: Matthew Walker, https://www.instagram.com/hawaiianmint/ --- https://twitter.com/hawaiianmintShoutout to our editor, Hansalord for the excellent work!

The Starting Zone: The World of Warcraft Podcast!
Episode #541: More Fated with your Fated?

The Starting Zone: The World of Warcraft Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 89:27 Very Popular


Welcome to The Starting Zone Podcast, The World of Warcraft Podcast for New and Experienced Players! On this weeks episode, Spencer Downey and Jason Lucas discuss optional additional fated powers in raid, Mount for Classic Experience, Classic Server Status, Hotfixes and everything else going on around Azeroth and Shadowlands! Episode #541: More Fated with your Fated? is ready for Download! What's New this Week in World of Warcraft! Weekly Event – World Quest Bonus Event World Boss - Mortanis the Bone Construct in Maldraxxus - FATED Guile Charm (Rogues) Fujieda (Warriors) Keefer (Monks) Desmotaeron World Boss - Mor'geth, Tormentor of the Damned Zereth Mortis World Boss - Antros Mythic + Affixes - Tyrannical, Spiteful, Necrotic, Encrypted PvP Brawl - Deep Six PVP Quests Rated BGs Arena Skirmishes Pirate's Day - September 19th Brewfest - September 20th to October 6th Additional Fated Power in Season 4 Fated Raids Play a Death Knight in Wrath of the Lich King Classic™ and Get a Mount in WoW Dragonflight Beta Development Notes Dragonflight Pre-Expansion PTR Development Notes The Scourge Invasion Started 72 Hours After the Zombie Plague Wrath of the Lich King Classic Pre-Patch Event Issues The Unacceptable State of Classic Servers Hotfixes ABetterABK Strike Fund and much more! You can find us on Discord at The Starting Zone or email us at TheStartingZone@Gmail.com Have you heard about our Patreon? It's a great way to support the show and goes towards making more content for you! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/thestartingzone Looking for to grab some great TSZ merch? Look no further than here! We've got the shirts, hoodies, mugs, pillows even stickers you want!

History Is Dank
Golden Horde

History Is Dank

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 47:09


After Genghis Khan's death the Mongol Empire was divided into 4 appanages. The Golden Horde ruled over much of Eastern Europe for centuries leaving many lasting affects. Strider cruises through the Horde's early mounted conquests, its Empire building, then finally its downfall and assimilation.  DADGRASS.COM/DANK for 20% off your first order! patreon.com/striderwilson Sources: worldhistory.org, Wikipedia.org, Thoughtco.com ‘What Was The Golden Horde?' by Kallie Szczepanski, Rbth.com ‘ Lessons In Warfare Learnt From The Golden Horde' by Alexander Vershinin 2014

Audible HARDCORE
Nerdcognito - Episode 141: Hadozee Hullabaloo and Horde Wars

Audible HARDCORE

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 62:14


This week, Bert is lost in the woods so Ryan invites friend of the show Erik Jensen to sit in as co-host.  The two then go into detail about the latest capitulation from WotC.  Changing lore, editing digital content, and hypersensitivity to the opinion of those who desire to be offended rarely works out well, and Wizards once again feels the burn -- this time from the folks they were trying to appease!  Also, after the news, Todd Ritzema aka DM Blackwell stops in to talk about his new system, Horde Wars -- how it came to be, and where it may be going!   ----more---- The News: By the Power of Grayskull... your TTRPG is cancelled Disney Entering the CCG Fray Marvel RPG slated for 2023 Arkham Horror dev creating new board game universe ----more---- Episode Sponsors and Affiliates: Fanatical: https://bit.ly/3Gukh98 Shop Amazon and Support the Show: https://amzn.to/3djotja *We earn a small commission for each purchase at no additional cost to you!

The Starting Zone: The World of Warcraft Podcast!
The Xy'mox Charity Shuffle!

The Starting Zone: The World of Warcraft Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 97:26 Very Popular


Welcome to The Starting Zone Podcast, The World of Warcraft Podcast for New and Experienced Players! On this weeks episode, Spencer Downey and Jason Lucas discuss Raid team collapse, Dragonflight Beta, Dragonflight UI Revamps, Hotfixes and everything else going on around Azeroth and Shadowlands! Episode #540: The Xy'mox Charity Shuffle! is ready for Download! What's New this Week in World of Warcraft! Weekly Event – Burning Crusade Timewalking World Boss - Valinor, the Light of Eons in Bastion Archbishop Benedictus (Priests) Final Verdict (Paladins) Windspeaker's Lava Resurgence (Shaman) Desmotaeron World Boss - Mor'geth, Tormentor of the Damned Zereth Mortis World Boss - Antros - FATED Mythic + Affixes - Fortified, Inspiring, Grievous, Encrypted PvP Brawl - Packed House Darkmoon Faire - Live through September 10th Dragonriding and You: Ascending to New Heights of Skill Dragonflight Beta Dragonflight HUD and UI Revamp Xy'mox's Charity Cache and Solo Shuffle Showdown! Hotfixes ABetterABK Strike Fund and much more! You can find us on Discord at The Starting Zone or email us at TheStartingZone@Gmail.com Have you heard about our Patreon? It's a great way to support the show and goes towards making more content for you! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/thestartingzone Looking for to grab some great TSZ merch? Look no further than here! We've got the shirts, hoodies, mugs, pillows even stickers you want!

Between Two Nicks
The Horde

Between Two Nicks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 75:21


The Nicks watched the 2010 French film The Horde and discuss zombie films! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

TerraSpaces
KDA Mining Club KD Box Pro Giveaway Announcement

TerraSpaces

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 78:06


Today on the Ether we have the KDA Mining Club hosting a space discussing the KD Box Pro giveaway, and answering listener questions. You'll hear from Weiasec, RyanMatta, Xennial, Kadena Krew, hostlogic.eth, Tommy, Aintnoslouch.Horde, Kadena California, k: Carlos, and more! Recorded on September 5th 2022. If you enjoy the music at the end of the episodes, you can find the albums streaming on Spotify, and the rest of your favorite streaming platforms. Check out Project Survival, Virus Diaries, and Plan B wherever you get your music. Thank you to everyone in the community who supports TerraSpaces.

Totally Rad Christmas!
Masters of the Universe and She-Ra UK Comics Christmas Issues pt1 (w/ Nathan Kennedy)

Totally Rad Christmas!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 84:54


What's up, dudes? Nathan Kennedy from the Fans of Power podcast joins me in battle against the evil Horde as we discuss some of the  Masters of the Universe and She-Ra UK comics' Christmas issues! What are the Joybringers? Did we really just see chocolate soldiers? Was there really a fight over a scroll with the recipe for a plum pudding by the Magical Toymaker? Yes, we get into it all, even the film crew! So grab your Power Sword, transform into He-Man, and charge toward Grayskull and this episode!Fans of Power PodcastFB: Fans of Power Podcast Group

Arm aber Sexy
71. Die Harzer Stadtmusikanten – Verstehen Sie Spaß?

Arm aber Sexy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 54:03


Account gesperrt… Wie zur Hölle hat Niklas das geschafft?! Während der eine mit einer der mächtigsten Firmen der Welt diskutiert, findet der andere endlich einen Namen für seinen neuen „besten Freund“. Was folgt ist ein absurder Ritt über die Pyramiden von Gizeh, das längste Lied der Welt und eine Horde von wilden Tieren, die hier irgendwie so garnicht hin gehören. Apropos Tiere… Wir hätten da mal etwas zu sagen zu dem Thema. Morgen in der BILD: Niklas & David reden Klartext! Willkommen in Folge 71 mit den Dudes. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/niklasunddavid/?hl=de TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@niklasunddavid Du möchtest mehr über unsere Werbepartner erfahren? Hier findest du alle Infos & Rabatte: https://linktr.ee/dudes_podcast

Going Ultra - Dein Weg zum Ultramarathon
Michele Ufer - Wie macht Mentaltraining bessere Läufer aus uns?

Going Ultra - Dein Weg zum Ultramarathon

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 50:51


Auf geht´s in eine weitere Runde spannender Gespräche. Das ist Teil 1 der Serie "Mentaltraining für Läufer". Darüber erzählt uns kein geringerer als der Abenteurer, Bestseller-Autor, Speaker & Extremläufer Michele Ufer. Seit über 10 Jahren rockt er nicht nur laufend die Wüsten dieser Erde, sondern ist gefragter Redner im Bereich der Sportpsychologie, veranstaltet jährlich das legendäre 24-Stunden Traildorado und betreut beim Mount Everest Marathon eine Horde verrückter Läufer. Er redet nicht nur über sein Lieblingsthema, sondern experimentiert gern erst mal selbst, welche Tools sich aus dem Mentaltraining bewähren. Dabei wirkt Michele auch im Gespräch wie die Ruhe selbst. Bestens gelaunt und mitten in der Vorbereitung für seinen nächsten Wüstenultra steckend, plaudert er über die Tools, die ihm mental bei sämtlichen Abenteuern weiterhelfen und wie er mit über 50 immer noch fit wie ein Turnschuh bleibt und was es mit dem Grand Slam für Läufer auf sich hat. Viel Spaß beim Anhören. SHOW NOTES Sound engineering & Music by: Daniel Gjorgjevksi Mehr zu Michele: https://www.micheleufer.com/de/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/micheleufer/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/micheleufermentalcoaching YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/MicheleUfer Everest-Marathon: https://www.everestmarathon.de/de/ Traildorado: https://www.traildorado.com/ Feedback, Meinungen und Themenideen per WhatsApp an: 0160 - 95 40 52 49 Ich würde mich sehr freuen, dich in meiner Community aus treuen Hörern zu begrüßen: https://steadyhq.com/de/laufenundleben Auch über eine kurze und ehrliche Bewertung auf iTunes und NEU auf Spotify freue ich mich sehr. NEU auch auf Spotify ist die Bewertungsfunktion. Schön, wenn ihr euch da verewigt. Run happy. Be happy. Eure Anna Folge direkt herunterladen

The Starting Zone: The World of Warcraft Podcast!
Episode #539: Lowering Lower Karazhan!

The Starting Zone: The World of Warcraft Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 92:41 Very Popular


Welcome to The Starting Zone Podcast, The World of Warcraft Podcast for New and Experienced Players! On this weeks episode, Spencer Downey and Jason Lucas discuss Dragonriding Talents, Wrath Pre-Patch Event, Trial of Style, Hotfixes and everything else going on around Azeroth and Shadowlands! Episode #539: Lowering Lower Karazhan! is ready for Download! What's New this Week in World of Warcraft! Weekly Event – Arena Skirmish Bonus Event World Boss - Nurgash Muckformed in Revendreth Frenzied Monstrosity (DKs) Erratic Fel Core (DHs) Azj'Aqir's Madness (Warlocks) Desmotaeron World Boss - Mor'geth, Tormentor of the Damned - FATED Zereth Mortis World Boss - Antros Mythic + Affixes - Tyrannical, Raging, Volcanic, Encrypted PvP Brawl - Classic Ashran Trial of Style - August 31st to September 4th Dragonriding and You: Ascending to New Heights of Skill The Wrath of the Lich King Classic™ Pre-Patch Goes Live August 30 Dragonflight Alpha Blue Posts Hotfixes ABetterABK Strike Fund and much more! You can find us on Discord at The Starting Zone or email us at TheStartingZone@Gmail.com Have you heard about our Patreon? It's a great way to support the show and goes towards making more content for you! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/thestartingzone Looking for to grab some great TSZ merch? Look no further than here! We've got the shirts, hoodies, mugs, pillows even stickers you want!

The Starting Zone: The World of Warcraft Podcast!
Episode #538: August Patron Q&A!

The Starting Zone: The World of Warcraft Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 125:16 Very Popular


Welcome to The Starting Zone Podcast, The World of Warcraft Podcast for New and Experienced Players! On this episode Spencer Downey and Jason Lucas find out what's on the TSZ patrons minds with the August 2022 Patron Q&A! Episode #538: August Patron Q&A! is ready for Download! This month we asked our Patrons "What are your thoughts on Fated and Season 4?" What are some of your favorite parts about the podcast's community and reach? What do you think should be changed for balancing going forward? Who do you think is going to be the big bad for Dragonflight and do you think they will reveal it before the launch? Do you think implementing a Dinar-like system to the whole leveling experience to be an interesting hypothetical? What change to your main class coming in Dragonflight are you most excited about? If you guys were making a Sports Team (you guys pick the sport, city, team name, mascot,ect) with a Warcraft theme…what would you call it? Trying to reach the show? You can find us on Discord at The Starting Zone or email us at TheStartingZone@Gmail.com Have you heard about our Patreon? It's a great way to support the show and goes towards making more content for you! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/thestartingzone Looking for to grab some great TSZ merch? Look no further than here! We've got the shirts, hoodies, mugs, pillows even stickers you want!

The Starting Zone: The World of Warcraft Podcast!
Episode #537: Timeline Between Expansions Revealed!

The Starting Zone: The World of Warcraft Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 114:33 Very Popular


Welcome to The Starting Zone Podcast, The World of Warcraft Podcast for New and Experienced Players! On this weeks episode, Spencer Downey and Jason Lucas discuss Timewalking Gearing, How old Thrall is, Fated tuning, The Great Push, Hotfixes and everything else going on around Azeroth and Shadowlands! Episode #537: Timeline Between Expansions Revealed! is ready for Download! What's New this Week in World of Warcraft! Weekly Event – Pet Battle Bonus Event World Boss -Oranomonos the Everbranching in Ardenweald - FATED Fevered Incantation (Mages) Surging Shots (Hunters) Verdant Infusion (Druids) Desmotaeron World Boss - Mor'geth, Tormentor of the Damned Zereth Mortis World Boss - Antros Mythic + Affixes - Fortified, Bursting, Storming, Encrypted PvP Brawl - Southshore vs. Tarren Mill Trial of Style - August 31st to September 4th Dragonflight Timeskip Get Shadowlands Free It's Time for The Great Push and WoW Variety Show! Hotfixes ABetterABK Strike Fund and much more! You can find us on Discord at The Starting Zone or email us at TheStartingZone@Gmail.com Have you heard about our Patreon? It's a great way to support the show and goes towards making more content for you! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/thestartingzone Looking for to grab some great TSZ merch? Look no further than here! We've got the shirts, hoodies, mugs, pillows even stickers you want!

The Poorhammer Podcast
Episode 30 - Necron's HardCORE Vehicle Horde

The Poorhammer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 56:33


On this episode, Brad and Eric bring you a fun and powerful off-meta Necron list. With almost everything becoming core now Brad has concocted a list so stacked with vehicles that your opponents won't know what's hit them before they get swept from behind by a pair of Doom Scythes or rammed down by an exploding Annihilation Barge. So get your dry brushes and leadbelcher ready because it's time to raise some road hogs from the tomb world and bring glory to the glorious gearhead dynasty.    00:15 - Intro 01:25 - Necrons Are Good Now? 04:40 - The List and Its Options 36:25 - The Final List 26:46 - Outro   Show Links: Poorhammer YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXRata4OHGuZQoMQ0HCnNpw/featured Solely Singleton Website: https://www.solelysingleton.com/ Solely Singleton Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/SolelySingleton   InkedGaming Affiliate Link: https://www.inkedgaming.com/collections/artists/solely-singleton?rfsn=4880595.65410f&utm_source=refersion&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=4880595.65410f     Our Producers for August: Robert Taleno Daniel McKinnon   Our Biggest Supporters: JeFF Stumpo Cube Cobra Squerson Phizzled Andrew Pope   Our Supporters: Dreddmor Andrew LA Tom  Cory Graham LordFluffy  gbrell KitsuneCurator Matt DeFisher Landscape Shawn Martin-Truesdell Ed Yoon Logan Adams Connell Parish Wasson An Ryan Chris Smith Riku   Contact Information: You can interact with Solely Singleton by joining the hosts on discord and Twitter to give input to improve the show.  Feel free to email more detailed questions and comments to the show's email address.   Your Hosts: Brad (DrRuler) & Eric (OnekuoSora) Brad's Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrRuler Eric's Twitter: https://twitter.com/OnekuoSora Show Email: thepoorhammerpodcast@gmail.com Show Website: http://www.poorhammer.com/ Edited by: Stee   Show Mailing Address: PO Box 70893 Rochester Hills, MI 48307   Licensed Music Used By This Program: “Night Out” by LiQWYD CC BY   “Thursday & Snow (Reprise)” by Blank & Kytt CC BY   “First Class” by Peyruis CC BY   “Funky Souls” by Amaria CC BY

Solely Singleton
Episode 30 - Necron's HardCORE Vehicle Horde

Solely Singleton

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 56:33


On this episode, Brad and Eric bring you a fun and powerful off-meta Necron list. With almost everything becoming core now Brad has concocted a list so stacked with vehicles that your opponents won't know what's hit them before they get swept from behind by a pair of Doom Scythes or rammed down by an exploding Annihilation Barge. So get your dry brushes and leadbelcher ready because it's time to raise some road hogs from the tomb world and bring glory to the glorious gearhead dynasty.    00:15 - Intro 01:25 - Necrons Are Good Now? 04:40 - The List and Its Options 36:25 - The Final List 26:46 - Outro   Show Links: Poorhammer YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXRata4OHGuZQoMQ0HCnNpw/featured Solely Singleton Website: https://www.solelysingleton.com/ Solely Singleton Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/SolelySingleton   InkedGaming Affiliate Link: https://www.inkedgaming.com/collections/artists/solely-singleton?rfsn=4880595.65410f&utm_source=refersion&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=4880595.65410f     Our Producers for June: Robert Taleno Daniel McKinnon   Our Biggest Supporters: JeFF Stumpo Cube Cobra Squerson Phizzled Andrew Pope   Our Supporters: Dreddmor Andrew LA Tom  Cory Graham LordFluffy  gbrell KitsuneCurator Matt DeFisher Landscape Shawn Martin-Truesdell Ed Yoon Logan Adams Connell Parish Wasson An Ryan Chris Smith Riku   Contact Information: You can interact with Solely Singleton by joining the hosts on discord and Twitter to give input to improve the show.  Feel free to email more detailed questions and comments to the show's email address.   Your Hosts: Brad (DrRuler) & Eric (OnekuoSora) Brad's Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrRuler Eric's Twitter: https://twitter.com/OnekuoSora Show Email: thepoorhammerpodcast@gmail.com Show Website: http://www.poorhammer.com/ Edited by: Stee   Show Mailing Address: PO Box 70893 Rochester Hills, MI 48307   Licensed Music Used By This Program: “Night Out” by LiQWYD CC BY   “Thursday & Snow (Reprise)” by Blank & Kytt CC BY   “First Class” by Peyruis CC BY   “Funky Souls” by Amaria CC BY

The Starting Zone: The World of Warcraft Podcast!
Episode #535: 9.2.7 Auction House in your pocket!

The Starting Zone: The World of Warcraft Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 129:37 Very Popular


Welcome to The Starting Zone Podcast, The World of Warcraft Podcast for New and Experienced Players! On this weeks episode, Spencer Downey and Jason Lucas discuss Fated Sanctum, Region-Wide Auction House, Auction House App, Dragonflight Alpha updates, Hotfixes and everything else going on around Azeroth and Shadowlands! Episode #535: 9.2.7 Auction House in your pocket! is ready for Download! What's New this Week in World of Warcraft! Weekly Event – Legion Timewalking World Boss -Mortanis, the Bone Construct in Maldraxxus Guile Charm (Rogues) Fujieda (Warriors) Keefer (Monks) Desmotaeron World Boss - Mor'geth, Tormentor of the Damned Zereth Mortis World Boss - Antros - FATED Mythic + Affixes - Tyrannical, Bolstering, Explosive, Encrypted PvP Brawl - Temple of Hotmogu Micro-Holiday - Free T-Shirt Day - TODAY Shadowlands 9.2.7 Update Notes Season 4 PvP Update: Removing the Conquest Cap and Spoils of War New Services Advertisement Policy The Auction House Joins the WoW Companion App Dragonflight Previews It's Time for The Great Push and WoW Variety Show! Hotfixes ABetterABK Strike Fund and much more! You can find us on Discord at The Starting Zone or email us at TheStartingZone@Gmail.com Have you heard about our Patreon? It's a great way to support the show and goes towards making more content for you! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/thestartingzone Looking for to grab some great TSZ merch? Look no further than here! We've got the shirts, hoodies, mugs, pillows even stickers you want!

The Dan Bongino Show
We're A Tyranny Now (Ep 1826)

The Dan Bongino Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 51:19 Very Popular


In this episode, I address the outrage at Mar a Lago last night.  News Picks: Mar A Lago is raided! Horde of Trump supporters descends on Mar-a-Lago in the hours following shock FBI raid. FBI raid on Trump compound stands in stark contrast to Clinton treatment years earlier. List of Tax Hikes in Democrat Reconciliation Bill. Nets Cheer Biden for Zawahiri Strike, Griped About Trump's ‘Dangerous' Droning of Soleimani. Liberals love “flight trackers” so they can track private jets. Semiconductor companies just got billions from Congress. Now they want to hire foreign workers. Copyright Bongino Inc All Rights Reserved Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Starting Zone: The World of Warcraft Podcast!
Episode #535: Balancing Season 4!

The Starting Zone: The World of Warcraft Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 125:10 Very Popular


Welcome to The Starting Zone Podcast, The World of Warcraft Podcast for New and Experienced Players! On this weeks episode, Spencer Downey and Jason Lucas discuss the first week of Fated content, Dragonflight Alpha updates, Season 4 Bugs, Hotfixes and everything else going on around Azeroth and Shadowlands! Episode #535: Balancing Season 4! is ready for Download! What's New this Week in World of Warcraft! Weekly Event – Shadowlands Dungeon Event World Boss - Valinor, the Light of Eons in Bastion Archbishop Benedictus (Priests) Final Verdict (Paladins) Windspeaker's Lava Resurgence (Shaman) Desmotaeron World Boss - Fated Mor'geth, Tormentor of the Damned Zereth Mortis World Boss - Antros Mythic + Affixes - Fortified, Sanguine, Grievous, Encrypted PvP Brawl - Cooking Impossible Torghast - Chorus of Dead Souls event Darkmoon Faire - August 7th to 13th Dragonflight City Preview: Valdrakken Dragonflight Zone Preview: Thaldraszus Abilities Not Doing Expected Damage/Healing in Fated Raids WoW Classic - Pre-expansion Patch Testing Notes Hotfixes ABetterABK Strike Fund and much more! You can find us on Discord at The Starting Zone or email us at TheStartingZone@Gmail.com Have you heard about our Patreon? It's a great way to support the show and goes towards making more content for you! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/thestartingzone Looking for to grab some great TSZ merch? Look no further than here! We've got the shirts, hoodies, mugs, pillows even stickers you want!

The HorrorBabble Podcast
”The Destroying Horde” by Donald Wandrei

The HorrorBabble Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 51:44


"The Destroying Horde" is a short horror story by the American author, Donald Wandrei. Described as "a tale of giant one-celled organisms spawned in a chemist's laboratory, and an orgy of hideous death", the story was originally published in the June 1935 edition of Weird Tales.

The Starting Zone: The World of Warcraft Podcast!
Episode #534: Shadowlands Season 4!

The Starting Zone: The World of Warcraft Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 131:22 Very Popular


Welcome to The Starting Zone Podcast, The World of Warcraft Podcast for New and Experienced Players!   On this weeks episode, Spencer Downey and Jason Lucas discuss Season 4 Fated content, Dragonflight Alpha updates, WoW Variety Show, Hotfixes and everything else going on around Azeroth and Shadowlands! Episode #534: Shadowlands Season 4! is ready for Download! What's New this Week in World of Warcraft! Weekly Event – Battleground Bonus Event World Boss - Fated Nurgash Muckformed in Revendreth Frenzied Monstrosity (DKs) Erratic Fel Core (DHs) Azj'Aqir's Madness (Warlocks) Desmotaeron World Boss - Mor'geth, Tormentor of the Damned Zereth Mortis World Boss - Antros Mythic + Affixes - Tyrannical, Inspiring, Quaking, Encrypted PvP Brawl - Warsong Scramble Darkmoon Faire - August 7th to 13th Season 4 Content Update Notes Season 4 Begins Blog Raid Reward Experiments in Season Dragonflight The Waking Shores Dragonriding and You Blog Season 4 Great Vault Details WoW Variety Show Announced Hotfixes ABetterABK Strike Fund and much more! You can find us on Discord at The Starting Zone or email us at TheStartingZone@Gmail.com Have you heard about our Patreon? It's a great way to support the show and goes towards making more content for you! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/thestartingzone Looking for to grab some great TSZ merch? Look no further than here! We've got the shirts, hoodies, mugs, pillows even stickers you want!

Literary Quest
Throne of the Horde King

Literary Quest

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 72:09


This week your hosts discuss Throne of the Horde King by Zoey Draven. This is the last in her Horde King's of Dakkar series and it's sad to have it end but it was a fantastic ride! Kara, a grown human hybrid, has spent her whole life sheltered away from others with the Priestesses in Orala Pass and she longs for adventure. Rath Serok, the bastard son of the king, is frustrated with the Priestesses lack of response in regards to the red mist that is slowly taking over the land. He goes to confront them but finds no help, until Kara. They embark on an adventure to stop the mist and to stop the corruption in the capital. Will they survive both the wilderness and the city? How does the series end?

The Starting Zone: The World of Warcraft Podcast!
Episode #533: July Patron Q&A!

The Starting Zone: The World of Warcraft Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 151:06 Very Popular


Welcome to The Starting Zone Podcast, The World of Warcraft Podcast for New and Experienced Players! On this episode Spencer Downey and Jason Lucas find out what's on the TSZ patrons minds with the July 2022 Patron Q&A! Episode #533: July Patron Q&A! is ready for Download! This month we asked our Patrons "What are your plans for professions in Dragonflight?" Jason and Spencer's answer to the question. What's a reasonable amount of time, outside of raid, to be expected to be 'raid ready?' If you're not raiding, how much time should you be working on your professions, how much Mythic+ or PvP'ing, etc.? Which pre-legion dungeon would you most like to see as an M+ dungeon, and which older dungeon would you like to see a new wing added to (similar to the upcoming uldaman dungeon)? How much more content do you think will be available in Dragonflight for cross-faction play? Do you think they'll implement some way of being able to do group finder activities cross faction? Or outside world stuff? Do you feel Blizz is lining up enough End Game content for Dragonflight? What you think of the S4 info we got recently? How difficult do you think the profession items that are on par with high end raid/M+ gear should be to craft? And how difficult should the reagents be to get? Is there anything you've seen in Alpha so far that has you worried about Dragonflight? Trying to reach the show? You can find us on Discord at The Starting Zone or email us at TheStartingZone@Gmail.com Have you heard about our Patreon? It's a great way to support the show and goes towards making more content for you! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/thestartingzone Looking for to grab some great TSZ merch? Look no further than here! We've got the shirts, hoodies, mugs, pillows even stickers you want!

Blockbusters
Gears of war, la horde sauvage

Blockbusters

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 54:16


durée : 00:54:16 - Blockbusters - par : Frédérick Sigrist - Créé par le studio Epic Game, Gears of war a accompagné le lancement de la console Xbox de Microsoft ! Initialement une sorte de fantasme de geeks un peu bourrin, la franchise a évolué avec le temps et est devenue l'un des fers de lance des consoles XBOX.

The More You Nerd
The Games That Made Us | World of Warcraft

The More You Nerd

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 72:52


In days that seem more recent than they are, one game stood above all others. A game that changed the way other games tried to be. A watershed that revolutionized an entire genre. This is the story of one man's experience with that game, the changes that it brought to his life, and what happens when you can't go home again ... Follow The More You Nerd Visit our website and archives at themoreyounerd.comFollow us on Twitter @themoreyounerdLike us on Facebook

The Starting Zone: The World of Warcraft Podcast!
Episode #532: The Last Week of Season 3!

The Starting Zone: The World of Warcraft Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 99:09 Very Popular


Welcome to The Starting Zone Podcast, The World of Warcraft Podcast for New and Experienced Players! On this weeks episode, Spencer Downey and Jason Lucas discuss Wrath Classic Launch, Winds of Wisdom leveling, The Forbidden Reach, DPS Design Feedback, Hotfixes and everything else going on around Azeroth and Shadowlands! Episode #532: The Last Week of Season 3! is ready for Download! What's New this Week in World of Warcraft! Weekly Event – Warlords of Draenor Timewalking World Boss - Mortanis in Maldraxxus Guile Charm (Rogues) Fujieda (Warriors) Keefer (Monks) Desmotaeron World Boss - Mor'geth, Tormentor of the Damned Zereth Mortis World Boss - Antros Mythic + Affixes - Fortified, Spiteful, Necrotic, Encrypted Dungeon Quests - Mists of Tirna Scithe, Spires of Ascension PvP Brawl - Shadow-Pan Showdown PvP Quests - Arenas, Arena Skirmishes Winds of Wisdom 50% Exp Gain Buff Season 4 Fated Raid Schedule Dragonflight Previews The Forbidden Reach Get to know your invoker More Feedback on Hunters Burning Crusade Classic NA Realm Consolidation - August 9 Wrath of the Lich King Classic Launches September 26 The Battle for Wintergrasp in Wrath Classic Hotfixes ABetterABK Strike Fund and much more! You can find us on Discord at The Starting Zone or email us at TheStartingZone@Gmail.com

The Starting Zone: The World of Warcraft Podcast!
Episode #531: Dragonflight Feedback!

The Starting Zone: The World of Warcraft Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 123:38 Very Popular


Welcome to The Starting Zone Podcast, The World of Warcraft Podcast for New and Experienced Players! On this weeks episode, Spencer Downey and Jason Lucas discuss the dev feedback from the first week of Dragonflight Alpha, Winds of Wisdom buff, Hotfixes and everything else going on around Azeroth and Shadowlands! Episode #531: Dragonflight Feedback! is ready for Download! What's New this Week in World of Warcraft! Weekly Event – World Quest Bonus Event World Boss - Mortanis in Maldraxxus Guile Charm (Rogues) Fujieda (Warriors) Keefer (Monks) Desmotaeron World Boss - Mor'geth, Tormentor of the Damned Zereth Mortis World Boss - Antros Mythic + Affixes - Tyrannical, Bursting, Volcanic, Encrypted PvP Brawl - Deepwind Dunk Torghast - Beasts of Prodigum event Micro-Holiday: Auction House Dance Party - July 22nd Winds of Wisdom 50% Exp Gain Buff Dragonflight Preview: More on Professions Feedback on Classes in Dragonflight Feedback on Dragonriding Feedback on Evokers Feedback on Hunters Hotfixes ABetterABK Strike Fund and much more! You can find us on Discord at The Starting Zone or email us at TheStartingZone@Gmail.com Have you heard about our Patreon? It's a great way to support the show and goes towards making more content for you! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/thestartingzone Looking for to grab some great TSZ merch? Look no further than here! We've got the shirts, hoodies, mugs, pillows even stickers you want!

The Starting Zone: The World of Warcraft Podcast!
Episode #530: Dragonflight Alpha with Morgan Day!

The Starting Zone: The World of Warcraft Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 130:53 Very Popular


Welcome to The Starting Zone Podcast, The World of Warcraft Podcast for New and Experienced Players! On this episode, Spencer Downey and Jason Lucas sit down with Morgan Day to discuss Dragonflight Alpha, launching today! Episode #530: Dragonflight Alpha with Morgan Day! is ready for Download! Spencer and Jason were fortunate enough to get just over 24 hours of early access to the Dragonflight Alpha! They share their first impressions and discuss question they have with Morgan Day!   You can find us on Discord at The Starting Zone or email us at TheStartingZone@Gmail.com Have you heard about our Patreon? It's a great way to support the show and goes towards making more content for you! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/thestartingzone Looking for to grab some great TSZ merch? Look no further than here! We've got the shirts, hoodies, mugs, pillows even stickers you want!

Stereo Embers: The Podcast
Stereo Embers The Podcast: G. Love

Stereo Embers: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 68:51


“Philadelphia, Mississippi” Over the course of his nearly thirty year career, the Grammy-nominated G. Love has put out close to fifteen albums both solo and with his band Special Sauce. From Coast To Coast Motel, to Yeah, It's That Easy to The Juice, his catalog is a consistently effortless blend of blues, hip-hop, R&B and alternative rock. Throughout the years G. Love has collaborated with Dr. John and Jack Johnson, played the HORDE tour, acted as the house band for Comedy Central's "Turn Ben Stein On" series, and helped launch the Coca Cola advetisting campaign for Coke Zero with his own take on the track “I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing.” G Love's new album is Philadelphia, Mississippi and it is just what its title suggests: a seamless hybrid of hip-hop and the delta blues that combines to make the quintessential album of the summer of 2022. Or any summer. This is a summer record—from the breezy bliss of Laughing In The Sunshine to Love From Philly, which features Schooly D., the Luther Dickinson-produced album also features Speech from Arrested Development, Alvin Youngblood Hart and Chuck Treece. It's got swagger, it's got soul and it's got heart. It's a perfect record. www.philadelphonic.com www.bombshellradio.com www.alexgreenonline.com Stereo Embers The Podcast Twitter: @emberseditor Instagram: @emberspodcast Email: editor@stereoembersmagazine.com

The Starting Zone: The World of Warcraft Podcast!
Episode #529: Professions Revamp!

The Starting Zone: The World of Warcraft Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 114:27 Very Popular


Welcome to The Starting Zone Podcast, The World of Warcraft Podcast for New and Experienced Players! On this weeks episode, Spencer Downey and Jason Lucas discuss Season 4 Rewards Systems update, Great Push Season 4, Professions in Dragonflight, Hotfixes and everything else going on around Azeroth and Shadowlands! Episode #529: Professions Revamp! is ready for Download! What's New this Week in World of Warcraft! Weekly Event – Arena Skirmish Bonus Event World Boss - Valinor, the Light of Eons in Bastion Archbishop Benedictus (Priests) Final Verdict (Paladins) Windspeaker's Lava Resurgence (Shaman) Desmotaeron World Boss - Mor'geth, Tormentor of the Damned Zereth Mortis World Boss - Antros Mythic + Affixes - Fortified, Raging, Explosive, Encrypted PvP Brawl - Comp Stomp Torghast - Beasts of Prodigum event Micro-Holiday: Luminous Luminaries - July 13 Sepulcher of the First Ones Hall of Fame is Full Raid Rewards Experiments in Season 4 Dragonflight Preview: An Eye on Professions World of Warcraft: Dragonflight Talent Previews - Hunter and Rogue The Great Push is Expanding for Shadowlands Season 4! Hotfixes ABetterABK Strike Fund and much more! You can find us on Discord at The Starting Zone or email us at TheStartingZone@Gmail.com Have you heard about our Patreon? It's a great way to support the show and goes towards making more content for you! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/thestartingzone Looking for to grab some great TSZ merch? Look no further than here! We've got the shirts, hoodies, mugs, pillows even stickers you want!

Screaming in the Cloud
Technical Lineage and Careers in Tech with Sheeri Cabral

Screaming in the Cloud

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 35:50


About SheeriAfter almost 2 decades as a database administrator and award-winning thought leader, Sheeri Cabral pivoted to technical product management. Her super power of “new customer” empathy informs her presentations and explanations. Sheeri has developed unique insights into working together and planning, having survived numerous reorganizations, “best practices”, and efficiency models. Her experience is the result of having worked at everything from scrappy startups such as Guardium – later bought by IBM – to influential tech companies like Mozilla and MongoDB, to large established organizations like Salesforce.Links Referenced: Collibra: https://www.collibra.com WildAid GitHub: https://github.com/wildaid Twitter: https://twitter.com/sheeri Personal Blog: https://sheeri.org TranscriptAnnouncer: Hello, and welcome to Screaming in the Cloud with your host, Chief Cloud Economist at The Duckbill Group, Corey Quinn. This weekly show features conversations with people doing interesting work in the world of cloud, thoughtful commentary on the state of the technical world, and ridiculous titles for which Corey refuses to apologize. This is Screaming in the Cloud.Corey: This episode is sponsored by our friends at Fortinet. Fortinet's partnership with AWS is a better-together combination that ensures your workloads on AWS are protected by best-in-class security solutions powered by comprehensive threat intelligence and more than 20 years of cybersecurity experience. Integrations with key AWS services simplify security management, ensure full visibility across environments, and provide broad protection across your workloads and applications. Visit them at AWS re:Inforce to see the latest trends in cybersecurity on July 25-26 at the Boston Convention Center. Just go over to the Fortinet booth and tell them Corey Quinn sent you and watch for the flinch. My thanks again to my friends at Fortinet.Corey: Let's face it, on-call firefighting at 2am is stressful! So there's good news and there's bad news. The bad news is that you probably can't prevent incidents from happening, but the good news is that incident.io makes incidents less stressful and a lot more valuable. incident.io is a Slack-native incident management platform that allows you to automate incident processes, focus on fixing the issues and learn from incident insights to improve site reliability and fix your vulnerabilities. Try incident.io, recover faster and sleep more.Corey: Welcome to Screaming in the Cloud, I'm Corey Quinn. My guest today is Sheeri Cabral, who's a Senior Product Manager of ETL lineage at Collibra. And that is an awful lot of words that I understand approximately none of, except maybe manager. But we'll get there. The origin story has very little to do with that.I was following Sheeri on Twitter for a long time and really enjoyed the conversations that we had back and forth. And over time, I started to realize that there were a lot of things that didn't necessarily line up. And one of the more interesting and burning questions I had is, what is it you do, exactly? Because you're all over the map. First, thank you for taking the time to speak with me today. And what is it you'd say it is you do here? To quote a somewhat bizarre and aged movie now.Sheeri: Well, since your listeners are technical, I do like to match what I say with the audience. First of all, hi. Thanks for having me. I'm Sheeri Cabral. I am a product manager for technical and ETL tools and I can break that down for this technical audience. If it's not a technical audience, I might say something—like if I'm at a party, and people ask what I do—I'll say, “I'm a product manager for technical data tool.” And if they ask what a product manager does, I'll say I helped make sure that, you know, we deliver a product the customer wants. So, you know, ETL tools are tools that transform, extract, and load your data from one place to another.Corey: Like AWS Glue, but for some of them, reportedly, you don't have to pay AWS by the gigabyte-second.Sheeri: Correct. Correct. We actually have an AWS Glue technical lineage tool in beta right now. So, the technical lineage is how data flows from one place to another. So, when you're extracting, possibly transforming, and loading your data from one place to another, you're moving it around; you want to see where it goes. Why do you want to see where it goes? Glad you asked. You didn't really ask. Do you care? Do you want to know why it's important?Corey: Oh, I absolutely do. Because it's—again, people who are, like, “What do you do?” “Oh, it's boring, and you won't care.” It's like when people aren't even excited themselves about what they work on, it's always a strange dynamic. There's a sense that people aren't really invested in what they do.I'm not saying you have to have this overwhelming passion and do this in your spare time, necessarily, but you should, at least in an ideal world, like what you do enough to light up a bit when you talk about it. You very clearly do. I'm not wanting to stop you. Please continue.Sheeri: I do. I love data and I love helping people. So, technical lineage does a few things. For example, a DBA—which I used to be a DBA—can use technical lineage to predict the impact of a schema update or migration, right? So, if I'm going to change the name of this column, what uses it downstream? What's going to be affected? What scripts do I need to change? Because if the name changes other thing—you know, then I need to not get errors everywhere.And from a data governance perspective, which Collibra is data governance tool, it helps organizations see if, you know, you have private data in a source, does it remain private throughout its journey, right? So, you can take a column like email address or government ID number and see where it's used down the line, right? GDPR compliance, CCPA compliance. The CCPA is a little newer; people might not know that acronym. It's California Consumer Privacy Act.I forget what GDPR is, but it's another privacy act. It also can help the business see where data comes from so if you have technical lineage all the way down to your reports, then you know whether or not you can trust the data, right? So, you have a report and it shows salary ranges for job titles. So, where did the data come from? Did it come from a survey? Did it come from job sites? Or did it come from a government source like the IRS, right? So, now you know, like, what you get to trust the most.Corey: Wait, you can do that without a blockchain? I kid, I kid, I kid. Please don't make me talk about blockchains. No, it's important. The provenance of data, being able to establish a almost a chain-of-custody style approach for a lot of these things is extraordinarily important.Sheeri: Yep.Corey: I was always a little hazy on the whole idea of ETL until I started, you know, working with large-volume AWS bills. And it turns out that, “Well, why do you have to wind up moving and transforming all of these things?” “Oh, because in its raw form, it's complete nonsense. That's why. Thank you for asking.” It becomes a problem—Sheeri: [laugh]. Oh, I thought you're going to say because AWS has 14 different products for things, so you have to move it from one product to the other to use the features.Corey: And two of them are good. It's a wild experience.Sheeri: [laugh].Corey: But this is also something of a new career for you. You were a DBA for a long time. You're also incredibly engaging, you have a personality, you're extraordinarily creative, and that—if I can slander an entire profession for a second—does not feel like it is a common DBA trait. It's right up there with an overly creative accountant. When your accountant has done a stand-up comedy, you're watching and you're laughing and thinking, “I am going to federal prison.” It's one of those weird things that doesn't quite gel, if we're speaking purely in terms of stereotypes. What has your career been like?Sheeri: I was a nerd growing up. So, to kind of say, like, I have a personality, like, my personality is very nerdish. And I get along with other nerdy people and we have a lot of fun, but when I was younger, like, when I was, I don't know, seven or eight, one of the things I really love to do is I had a penny collection—you know, like you do—and I love to sort it by date. So, in the states anyway, we have these pennies that have the date that they were minted on it. And so, I would organize—and I probably had, like, five bucks worth a pennies.So, you're talking about 500 pennies and I would sort them and I'd be like, “Oh, this is 1969. This was 1971.” And then when I was done, I wanted to sort things more, so I would start to, like, sort them in order how shiny the pennies were. So, I think that from an early age, it was clear that I wanted to be a DBA from that sorting of my data and ordering it, but I never really had a, like, “Oh, I want to be this when I grew up.” I kind of had a stint when I was in, like, middle school where I was like, maybe I'll be a creative writer and I wasn't as creative a writer as I wanted to be, so I was like, “Ah, whatever.”And I ended up actually coming to computer science just completely through random circumstance. I wanted to do neuroscience because I thought it was completely fascinating at how the brain works and how, like, you and I are, like, 99.999—we're, like, five-nines the same except for, like, a couple of genetic, whatever. But, like, how our brain wiring right how the neuron, how the electricity flows through it—Corey: Yeah, it feels like I want to store a whole bunch of data, that's okay. I'll remember it. I'll keep it in my head. And you're, like, rolling up the sleeves and grabbing, like, the combination software package off the shelf and a scalpel. Like, “Not yet, but you're about to.” You're right, there is an interesting point of commonality on this. It comes down to almost data organization and the—Sheeri: Yeah.Corey: —relationship between data nodes if that's a fair assessment.Sheeri: Yeah. Well, so what happened was, so I went to university and in order to take introductory neuroscience, I had to take, like, chemistry, organic chemistry, biology, I was basically doing a pre-med track. And so, in the beginning of my junior year, I went to go take introductory neuroscience and I got a D-minus. And a D-minus level doesn't even count for the major. And I'm like, “Well, I want to graduate in three semesters.”And I had this—I got all my requirements done, except for the pesky little major thing. So, I was already starting to take, like, a computer science, you know, basic courses and so I kind of went whole-hog, all-in did four or five computer science courses a semester and got my degree in computer science. Because it was like math, so it kind of came a little easy to me. So taking, you know, logic courses, and you know, linear algebra courses was like, “Yeah, that's great.” And then it was the year 2000, when I got my bachelor's, the turn of the century.And my university offered a fifth-year master's degree program. And I said, I don't know who's going to look at me and say, conscious bias, unconscious bias, “She's a woman, she can't do computer science, so, like, let me just get this master's degree.” I, like, fill out a one page form, I didn't have to take a GRE. And it was the year 2000. You were around back then.You know what it was like. The jobs were like—they were handing jobs out like candy. I literally had a friend who was like, “My company”—that he founded. He's like, just come, you know, it's Monday in May—“Just start, you will just bring your resume the first day and we'll put it on file.” And I was like, no, no, I have this great opportunity to get a master's degree in one year at 25% off the cost because I got a tuition reduction or whatever for being in the program. I was like, “What could possibly go wrong in one year?”And what happened was his company didn't exist the next year, and, like, everyone was in a hiring freeze in 2001. So, it was the best decision I ever made without really knowing because I would have had a job for six months had been laid off with everyone else at the end of 2000 and… and that's it. So, that's how I became a DBA is I, you know, got a master's degree in computer science, really wanted to use databases. There weren't any database jobs in 2001, but I did get a job as a sysadmin, which we now call SREs.Corey: Well, for some of the younger folks in the audience, I do want to call out the fact that regardless of how they think we all rode dinosaurs to school, databases did absolutely exist back in that era. There's a reason that Oracle is as large as it is of a company. And it's not because people just love doing business with them, but technology was head and shoulders above everything else for a long time, to the point where people worked with them in spite of their reputation, not because of it. These days, it seems like in the database universe, you have an explosion of different options and different ways that are great at different things. The best, of course, is Route 53 or other DNS TXT records. Everything else is competing for second place on that. But no matter what it is, you're after, there are options available. This was not the case back then. It was like, you had a few options, all of them with serious drawbacks, but you had to pick your poison.Sheeri: Yeah. In fact, I learned on Postgres in university because you know, that was freely available. And you know, you'd like, “Well, why not MySQL? Isn't that kind of easier to learn?” It's like, yeah, but I went to college from '96 to 2001. MySQL 1.0 or whatever was released in '95. By the time I graduated, it was six years old.Corey: And academia is not usually the early adopter of a lot of emerging technologies like that. That's not a dig on them any because otherwise, you wind up with a major that doesn't exist by the time that the first crop of students graduates.Sheeri: Right. And they didn't have, you know, transactions. They didn't have—they barely had replication, you know? So, it wasn't a full-fledged database at the time. And then I became a MySQL DBA. But yeah, as a systems administrator, you know, we did websites, right? We did what web—are they called web administrators now? What are they called? Web admins? Webmaster?Corey: Web admins, I think that they became subsumed into sysadmins, by and large and now we call them DevOps, or SRE, which means the exact same thing except you get paid 60% more and your primary job is arguing about which one of those you're not.Sheeri: Right. Right. Like we were still separated from network operations, but database stuff that stuff and, you know, website stuff, it's stuff we all did, back when your [laugh] webmail was your Horde based on PHP and you had a database behind it. And yeah, it was fun times.Corey: I worked at a whole bunch of companies in that era. And that's where basically where I formed my early opinion of a bunch of DBA-leaning sysadmins. Like the DBA in and a lot of these companies, it was, I don't want to say toxic, but there's a reason that if I were to say, “I'm writing a memoir about a career track in tech called The Legend of Surly McBastard,” people are going to say, “Oh, is it about the DBA?” There's a reason behind this. It always felt like there was a sense of elitism and a sense of, “Well, that's not my job, so you do your job, but if anything goes even slightly wrong, it's certainly not my fault.” And to be fair, all of these fields have evolved significantly since then, but a lot of those biases that started early in our career are difficult to shake, particularly when they're unconscious.Sheeri: They are. I'd never ran into that person. Like, I never ran into anyone who—like a developer who treated me poorly because the last DBA was a jerk and whatever, but I heard a lot of stories, especially with things like granting access. In fact, I remember, my first job as an actual DBA and not as a sysadmin that also the DBA stuff was at an online gay dating site, and the CTO rage-quit. Literally yelled, stormed out of the office, slammed the door, and never came back.And a couple of weeks later, you know, we found out that the customer service guys who were in-house—and they were all guys, so I say guys although we also referred to them as ladies because it was an online gay dating site.Corey: Gals works well too, in those scenarios. “Oh, guys is unisex.” “Cool. So's ‘gals' by that theory. So gals, how we doing?” And people get very offended by that and suddenly, yeah, maybe ‘folks' is not a terrible direction to go in. I digress. Please continue.Sheeri: When they hired me, they were like, are you sure you're okay with this? I'm like, “I get it. There's, like, half-naked men posters on the wall. That's fine.” But they would call they'd be, like, “Ladies, let's go to our meeting.” And I'm like, “Do you want me also?” Because I had to ask because that was when ladies actually might not have included me because they meant, you know.Corey: I did a brief stint myself as the director of TechOps at Grindr. That was a wild experience in a variety of different ways.Sheeri: Yeah.Corey: It's over a decade ago, but it was still this… it was a very interesting experience in a bunch of ways. And still, to this day, it remains the single biggest source of InfoSec nightmares that kept me awake at night. Just because when I'm working at a bank—which I've also done—it's only money, which sounds ridiculous to say, especially if you're in a regulated profession, but here in reality where I'm talking about it, it's I'm dealing instead, with cool, this data leaks, people will die. Most of what I do is not life or death, but that was and that weighed very heavily on me.Sheeri: Yeah, there's a reason I don't work for a bank or a hospital. You know, I make mistakes. I'm human, right?Corey: There's a reason I work on databases for that exact same reason. Please, continue.Sheeri: Yeah. So, the CTO rage-quit. A couple of weeks later, the head of customer service comes to me and be like, “Can we have his spot as an admin for customer service?” And I'm like, “What do you mean?” He's like, “Well, he told us, we had, like, ten slots of permission and he was one of them so we could have have, like, nine people.”And, like, I went and looked, and they put permission in the htaccess file. So, this former CTO had just wielded his power to be like, “Nope, can't do that. Sorry, limitations.” When there weren't any. I'm like, “You could have a hundred. You want every customer service person to be an admin? Whatever. Here you go.” So, I did hear stories about that. And yeah, that's not the kind of DBA I was.Corey: No, it's the more senior you get, the less you want to have admin rights on things. But when I leave a job, like, the number one thing I want you to do is revoke my credentials. Not—Sheeri: Please.Corey: Because I'm going to do anything nefarious; because I don't want to get blamed for it. Because we have a long standing tradition in tech at a lot of places of, “Okay, something just broke. Whose fault is it? Well, who's the most recent person to leave the company? Let's blame them because they're not here to refute the character assassination and they're not going to be angling for a raise here; the rest of us are so let's see who we can throw under the bus that can't defend themselves.” Never a great plan.Sheeri: Yeah. So yeah, I mean, you know, my theory in life is I like helping. So, I liked helping developers as a DBA. I would often run workshops to be like, here's how to do an explain and find your explain plan and see if you have indexes and why isn't the database doing what you think it's supposed to do? And so, I like helping customers as a product manager, right? So…Corey: I am very interested in watching how people start drifting in a variety of different directions. It's a, you're doing product management now and it's an ETL lineage product, it is not something that is directly aligned with your previous positioning in the market. And those career transitions are always very interesting to me because there's often a mistaken belief by people in their career realizing they're doing something they don't want to do. They want to go work in a different field and there's this pervasive belief that, “Oh, time for me to go back to square one and take an entry level job.” No, you have a career. You have experience. Find the orthogonal move.Often, if that's challenging because it's too far apart, you find the half-step job that blends the thing you do now with something a lot closer, and then a year or two later, you complete the transition into that thing. But starting over from scratch, it's why would you do that? I can't quite wrap my head around jumping off the corporate ladder to go climb another one. You very clearly have done a lateral move in that direction into a career field that is surprisingly distant, at least in my view. How'd that happen?Sheeri: Yeah, so after being on call for 18 years or so, [laugh] I decided—no, I had a baby, actually. I had a baby. He was great. And then I another one. But after the first baby, I went back to work, and I was on call again. And you know, I had a good maternity leave or whatever, but you know, I had a newborn who was six, eight months old and I was getting paged.And I was like, you know, this is more exhausting than having a newborn. Like, having a baby who sleeps three hours at a time, like, in three hour chunks was less exhausting than being on call. Because when you have a baby, first of all, it's very rare that they wake up and crying in the midnight it's an emergency, right? Like they have to go to the hospital, right? Very rare. Thankfully, I never had to do it.But basically, like, as much as I had no brain cells, and sometimes I couldn't even go through this list, right: they need to be fed; they need to be comforted; they're tired, and they're crying because they're tired, right, you can't make them go to sleep, but you're like, just go to sleep—what is it—or their diaper needs changing, right? There's, like, four things. When you get that beep of that pager in the middle of the night it could be anything. It could be logs filling up disk space, you're like, “Alright, I'll rotate the logs and be done with it.” You know? It could be something you need snoozed.Corey: “Issue closed. Status, I no longer give a shit what it is.” At some point, it's one of those things where—Sheeri: Replication lag.Corey: Right.Sheeri: Not actionable.Corey: Don't get me started down that particular path. Yeah. This is the area where DBAs and my sysadmin roots started to overlap a bit. Like, as the DBA was great at data analysis, the table structure and the rest, but the backups of the thing, of course that fell to the sysadmin group. And replication lag, it's, “Okay.”“It's doing some work in the middle of the night; that's normal, and the network is fine. And why are you waking me up with things that are not actionable? Stop it.” I'm yelling at the computer at that point, not the person—Sheeri: Right,right.Corey: —to be very clear. But at some point, it's don't wake me up with trivial nonsense. If I'm getting woken up in the middle of the night, it better be a disaster. My entire business now is built around a problem that's business-hours only for that explicit reason. It's the not wanting to deal with that. And I don't envy that, but product management. That's a strange one.Sheeri: Yeah, so what happened was, I was unhappy at my job at the time, and I was like, “I need a new job.” So, I went to, like, the MySQL Slack instance because that was 2018, 2019. Very end of 2018, beginning of 2019. And I said, “I need something new.” Like, maybe a data architect, or maybe, like, a data analyst, or data scientist, which was pretty cool.And I was looking at data scientist jobs, and I was an expert MySQL DBA and it took a long time for me to be able to say, “I'm an expert,” without feeling like oh, you're just ballooning yourself up. And I was like, “No, I'm literally a world-renowned expert DBA.” Like, I just have to say it and get comfortable with it. And so, you know, I wasn't making a junior data scientist's salary. [laugh].I am the sole breadwinner for my household, so at that point, I had one kid and a husband and I was like, how do I support this family on a junior data scientist's salary when I live in the city of Boston? So, I needed something that could pay a little bit more. And a former I won't even say coworker, but colleague in the MySQL world—because is was the MySQL Slack after all—said, “I think you should come at MongoDB, be a product manager like me.”Corey: This episode is sponsored in part by Honeycomb. When production is running slow, it's hard to know where problems originate. Is it your application code, users, or the underlying systems? I've got five bucks on DNS, personally. Why scroll through endless dashboards while dealing with alert floods, going from tool to tool to tool that you employ, guessing at which puzzle pieces matter? Context switching and tool sprawl are slowly killing both your team and your business. You should care more about one of those than the other; which one is up to you. Drop the separate pillars and enter a world of getting one unified understanding of the one thing driving your business: production. With Honeycomb, you guess less and know more. Try it for free at honeycomb.io/screaminginthecloud. Observability: it's more than just hipster monitoring. Corey: If I've ever said, “Hey, you should come work with me and do anything like me,” people will have the blood drain from their face. And like, “What did you just say to me? That's terrible.” Yeah, it turns out that I have very hard to explain slash predict, in some ways. It's always fun. It's always wild to go down that particular path, but, you know, here we are.Sheeri: Yeah. But I had the same question everybody else does, which was, what's a product manager? What does the product manager do? And he gave me a list of things a product manager does, which there was some stuff that I had the skills for, like, you have to talk to customers and listen to them.Well, I've done consulting. I could get yelled at; that's fine. You can tell me things are terrible and I have to fix it. I've done that. No problem with that. Then there are things like you have to give presentations about how features were okay, I can do that. I've done presentations. You know, I started the Boston MySQL Meetup group and ran it for ten years until I had a kid and foisted it off on somebody else.And then the things that I didn't have the skills in, like, running a beta program were like, “Ooh, that sounds fascinating. Tell me more.” So, I was like, “Yeah, let's do it.” And I talked to some folks, they were looking for a technical product manager for MongoDB's sharding product. And they had been looking for someone, like, insanely technical for a while, and they found me; I'm insanely technical.And so, that was great. And so, for a year, I did that at MongoDB. One of the nice things about them is that they invest in people, right? So, my manager left, the team was like, we really can't support someone who doesn't have the product management skills that we need yet because you know, I wasn't a master in a year, believe it or not. And so, they were like, “Why don't you find another department?” I was like, “Okay.”And I ended up finding a place in engineering communications, doing, like, you know, some keynote demos, doing some other projects and stuff. And then after—that was a kind of a year-long project, and after that ended, I ended up doing product management for developer relations at MongoDB. Also, this was during the pandemic, right, so this is 2019, until '21; beginning of 2019, to end of 2020, so it was, you know, three full years. You know, I kind of like woke up from the pandemic fog and I was like, “What am I doing? Do I want to really want to be a content product manager?” And I was like, “I want to get back to databases.”One of the interesting things I learned actually in looking for a job because I did it a couple of times at MongoDB because I changed departments and I was also looking externally when I did that. I had the idea when I became a product manager, I was like, “This is great because now I'm product manager for databases and so, I'm kind of leveraging that database skill and then I'll learn the product manager stuff. And then I can be a product manager for any technical product, right?”Corey: I like the idea. Of some level, it feels like the product managers likeliest to succeed at least have a grounding or baseline in the area that they're in. This gets into the age-old debate of how important is industry-specific experience? Very often you'll see a bunch of job ads just put that in as a matter of course. And for some roles, yeah, it's extremely important.For other roles it's—for example, I don't know, hypothetically, you're looking for someone to fix the AWS bill, it doesn't necessarily matter whether you're a services company, a product company, or a VC-backed company whose primary output is losing money, it doesn't matter because it's a bounded problem space and that does not transform much from company to company. Same story with sysadmin types to be very direct. But the product stuff does seem to get into that industry specific stuff.Sheeri: Yeah, and especially with tech stuff, you have to understand what your customer is saying when they're saying, “I have a problem doing X and Y,” right? The interesting part of my folly in that was that part of the time that I was looking was during the pandemic, when you know, everyone was like, “Oh, my God, it's a seller's market. If you're looking for a job, employers are chomping at the bit for you.” And I had trouble finding something because so many people were also looking for jobs, that if I went to look for something, for example, as a storage product manager, right—now, databases and storage solutions have a lot in common; databases are storage solutions, in fact; but file systems and databases have much in common—but all that they needed was one person with file system experience that had more experience than I did in storage solutions, right? And they were going to choose them over me. So, it was an interesting kind of wake-up call for me that, like, yeah, probably data and databases are going to be my niche. And that's okay because that is literally why they pay me the literal big bucks. If I'm going to go niche that I don't have 20 years of experience and they shouldn't pay me as big a bucks right?Corey: Yeah, depending on what you're doing, sure. I don't necessarily believe in the idea that well you're new to this particular type of role so we're going to basically pay you a lot less. From my perspective it's always been, like, there's a value in having a person in a role. The value to the company is X and, “Well, I have an excuse now to pay you less for that,” has never resonated with me. It's if you're not, I guess, worth—the value-added not worth being paid what the stated rate for a position is, you are probably not going to find success in that role and the role has to change. That has always been my baseline operating philosophy. Not to yell at people on this, but it's, uh, I am very tired of watching companies more or less dunk on people from a position of power.Sheeri: Yeah. And I mean, you can even take the power out of that and take, like, location-based. And yes, I understand the cost of living is different in different places, but why do people get paid differently if the value is the same? Like if I want to get a promotion, right, my company is going to be like, “Well, show me how you've added value. And we only pay your value. We don't pay because—you know, you don't just automatically get promoted after seven years, right? You have to show the value and whatever.” Which is, I believe, correct, right?And yet, there are seniority things, there are this many years experience. And you know, there's the old caveat of do you have ten years experience or do you have two years of experience five times?Corey: That is the big problem is that there has to be a sense of movement that pushes people forward. You're not the first person that I've had on the show and talked to about a 20 year career. But often, I do wind up talking to folks as I move through the world where they basically have one year of experience repeated 20 times. And as the industry continues to evolve and move on and skill sets don't keep current, in some cases, it feels like they have lost touch, on some level. And they're talking about the world that was and still is in some circles, but it's a market in long-term decline as opposed to keeping abreast of what is functionally a booming industry.Sheeri: Their skills have depreciated because they haven't learned more skills.Corey: Yeah. Tech across the board is a field where I feel like you have to constantly be learning. And there's a bit of an evolve-or-die dinosaur approach. And I have some, I do have some fallbacks on this. If I ever decide I am tired of learning and keeping up with AWS, all I have to do is go and work in an environment that uses GovCloud because that's, like, AWS five years ago.And that buys me the five years to find something else to be doing until a GovCloud catches up with the modern day of when I decided to make that decision. That's a little insulting and also very accurate for those who have found themselves in that environment. But I digress.Sheeri: No, and I find it to with myself. Like, I got to the point with MySQL where I was like, okay, great. I know MySQL back and forth. Do I want to learn all this other stuff? Literally just today, I was looking at my DMs on Twitter and somebody DMed me in May, saying, “Hi, ma'am. I am a DBA and how can I use below service: Lambda, Step Functions, DynamoDB, AWS Session Manager, and CloudWatch?”And I was like, “You know, I don't know. I have not ever used any of those technologies. And I haven't evolved my DBA skills because it's been, you know, six years since I was a DBA.” No, six years, four or five? I can't do math.Corey: Yeah. Which you think would be a limiting factor to a DBA but apparently not. One last question that [laugh] I want to ask you, before we wind up calling this a show. You've done an awful lot across the board. As you look at all of it, what is it you would say that you're the most proud of?Sheeri: Oh, great question. What I'm most proud of is my work with WildAid. So, when I was at MongoDB—I referenced a job with engineering communications, and they hired me to be a product manager because they wanted to do a collaboration with a not-for-profit and make a reference application. So, make an application using MongoDB technology and make it something that was going to be used, but people can also see it. So, we made this open-source project called o-fish.And you know, we can give GitHub links: it's github.com/wildaid, and it has—that's the organization's GitHub which we created, so it only has the o-fish projects in it. But it is a mobile and web app where governments who patrol waters, patrol, like, marine protected areas—which are like national parks but in the water, right, so they are these, you know, wildlife preserves in the water—and they make sure that people aren't doing things they shouldn't do: they're not throwing trash in the ocean, they're not taking turtles out of the Galapagos Island area, you know, things like that. And they need software to track that and do that because at the time, they were literally writing, you know, with pencil on paper, and, you know, had stacks and stacks of this paper to do data entry.And MongoDB had just bought the Realm database and had just integrated it, and so there was, you know, some great features about offline syncing that you didn't have to do; it did all the foundational plumbing for you. And then the reason though, that I'm proud of that project is not just because it's pretty freaking cool that, you know, doing something that actually makes a difference in the world and helps fight climate change and all that kind of stuff, the reason I was proud of it is I was the sole product manager. It was the first time that I'd really had sole ownership of a product and so all the mistakes were my own and the credit was my own, too. And so, it was really just a great learning experience and it turned out really well.Corey: There's a lot to be said for pitching in and helping out with good causes in a way that your skill set winds up benefitting. I found that I was a lot happier with a lot of the volunteer stuff that I did when it was instead of licking envelopes, it started being things that I had a bit of proficiency in. “Hey, can I fix your AWS bill?” It turns out as some value to certain nonprofits. You have to be at a certain scale before it makes sense, otherwise it's just easier to maybe not do it that way, but there's a lot of value to doing something that puts good back into the world. I wish more people did that.Sheeri: Yeah. And it's something to do in your off-time that you know is helping. It might feel like work, it might not feel like work, but it gives you a sense of accomplishment at the end of the day. I remember my first job, one of the interview questions was—no, it wasn't. [laugh]. It wasn't an interview question until after I was hired and they asked me the question, and then they made it an interview question.And the question was, what video games do you play? And I said, “I don't play video games. I spend all day at work staring at a computer screen. Why would I go home and spend another 12 hours till three in the morning, right—five in the morning—playing video games?” And they were like, we clearly need to change our interview questions. This was again, back when the dinosaurs roamed the earth. So, people are are culturally sensitive now.Corey: These days, people ask me, “What's your favorite video game?” My answer is, “Twitter.”Sheeri: Right. [laugh]. Exactly. It's like whack-a-mole—Corey: Yeah.Sheeri: —you know? So, for me having a tangible hobby, like, I do a lot of art, I knit, I paint, I carve stamps, I spin wool into yarn. I know that's not a metaphor for storytelling. That is I literally spin wool into yarn. And having something tangible, you work on something and you're like, “Look. It was nothing and now it's this,” is so satisfying.Corey: I really want to thank you for taking the time to speak with me today about where you've been, where you are, and where you're going, and as well as helping me put a little bit more of a human angle on Twitter, which is intensely dehumanizing at times. It turns out that 280 characters is not the best way to express the entirety of what makes someone a person. You need to use a multi-tweet thread for that. If people want to learn more about you, where can they find you?Sheeri: Oh, they can find me on Twitter. I'm @sheeri—S-H-E-E-R-I—on Twitter. And I've started to write a little bit more on my blog at sheeri.org. So hopefully, I'll continue that since I've now told people to go there.Corey: I really want to thank you again for being so generous with your time. I appreciate it.Sheeri: Thanks to you, Corey, too. You take the time to interview people, too, so I appreciate it.Corey: I do my best. Sheeri Cabral, Senior Product Manager of ETL lineage at Collibra. I'm Cloud Economist Corey Quinn, and this is Screaming in the Cloud. If you've enjoyed this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice or smash the like and subscribe buttons on the YouTubes, whereas if you've hated it, do exactly the same thing—like and subscribe, hit those buttons, five-star review—but also leave a ridiculous comment where we will then use an ETL pipeline to transform it into something that isn't complete bullshit.Corey: If your AWS bill keeps rising and your blood pressure is doing the same, then you need The Duckbill Group. We help companies fix their AWS bill by making it smaller and less horrifying. The Duckbill Group works for you, not AWS. We tailor recommendations to your business and we get to the point. Visit duckbillgroup.com to get started.Announcer: This has been a HumblePod production. Stay humble.

Helping Friendly Podcast
Summer '92 w/ Alex May

Helping Friendly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 88:01 Very Popular


Today we pick up the thread celebrating Phish's evolution throughout 1992. We're joined by Alex May, long time fan, to discuss the Summer 1992 Tour. Alex was lucky enough to catch Phish play a HORDE set, a solo two-set show, and a Santana opening set. We discuss the differences of each, and how the band evolved throughout the six weeks on the road.---Tune into our LIVE SHOWS every Monday & Wednesday at 4:30pm ET + we'll be live at 1pm ET the day after each show this summer for Quick Hit Recaps!Please subscribe to OSIRIS MEDIA on Apple Podcasts to hear BONUS HFPod Episodes as well as all of Osiris Media Ad Free!Visit Sunset Lake CBD and enter the promo code HFPOD for 20% off your order.Please visit Passion House Coffee to purchase the Ocean of Osiris - our first coffee! Use code OSIRIS for free shipping on every order.#OsirisLive is coming to the Ardmore Music Hall on Monday, July 18 for a night of Guitars and Jams! Join RJ for conversations with Tom Hamilton, Chris Forsyth and Daniel Donato, plus a super jam with Andy Cush, Ryan Jewell and Ron Stabinsky. Visit OsirisPod.com/OsirisLive to buy tickets.We're thrilled to be sponsored by Cash or Trade!HFPod on Tour is hosted and produced by Jonathan Hart, Brian Brinkman and RJ Bee and Megan Glionna. Brought to you by Osiris Media. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Crypto Kid
Horde Token

Crypto Kid

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 20:54


Horde is an innovative symbiosis between a zero membership DaaS with stable coin protocols and an in development P2E zombie defence game, all integrated into a feeless ecosystem. A completely unique sustainable DaaS with a realistic payout structure. No membership, free to compound, all in a feeless ecosystem, with only a 10% tax on sales, preventing swing trading of our tokens value. P2E zombie defence game with multiple NFT utilities coming soon, and the ability to play with friends. NFT scenes, weapons, and skins, make your plot customisable with some even boosting rewards. Choose your own plot on the HORDE map and join one of the four factions to get your unique Discord role. reward system is based on stable coin tokenomics, this ensures the sustainability of our ecosystem. Unique Stablised Payout Protocol. Our smart contract uses the same strategy as a stable coin, to ensure the sustainability of our reward system. Each community verified wallet within our Discord, gets a fair vote to decide what the new monthly price threshold should be, starting at $100 per HORDE token, $1000 per plot. Each time the treasury hits 100k we will ask the community to vote on a range of DeFi projects to invest in. Follow me on Facebook: Santino Peralta Instagram: sonny232323 Snapchat: peralta2323 Twitter: @santinoperalta1 TikTok: @cryptokid23 https://www.facebook.com/cryptokidpodcast/ Bitcoin Wallet Address for Tips: 3N22n6hhKBs88mSmZpGjA1esCEguBpoDGj --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cryptokid/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cryptokid/support

Signal of Doom: A Comic Book Podcast
Epic Ed Greenwood Interview – Forgotten Realms, The Harpers, Elminster in Kara Tur, Fate of the Norns, Undermountain, Zhentil Keep, Serpent Kingdoms, The Stats of Lucifer

Signal of Doom: A Comic Book Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 167:44


Get set for An EPIC INTERVIEW with Ed Greenwood, the CREATOR of the Forgotten Realms! Dave is in HOG HEVEAN in this conversation, as Ed talks FORGOTTEN REALMS in DETAIL, we find out all about the Harpers, Elminister, The Fate of the Norns, Waterdeep, Undermountain, Dave finds out about Zhentil Keep, Serpent Kingdoms, Kara Tur & The Horde gets a mention (of course), and THE STATS OF LUCIFER are DISCUSSED! This ia good one - ENJOY! Please support the show on Patreon! Every dollar helps the show! https://www.patreon.com/SignalofDoom Follow us on Twitter: @signalofdoom Dredd or Dead: @OrDredd Legion Outpost: @legionoutpost Follow Dave on Twitter: @redlantern2051

The Starting Zone: The World of Warcraft Podcast!
Episode #528: Season 4 in August!

The Starting Zone: The World of Warcraft Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 112:47 Very Popular


Welcome to The Starting Zone Podcast, The World of Warcraft Podcast for New and Experienced Players! On this weeks episode, Spencer Downey and Jason Lucas discuss Raid Tuning, Region Wide Auction House, More Devs on WoW, Hotfixes and everything else going on around Azeroth and Shadowlands! Episode #528: Season 4 in August! is ready for Download! What's New this Week in World of Warcraft! Weekly Event – Mists of Pandaria Timewalking World Boss - Nurgash Muckformed in Revendreth Frenzied Monstrosity (DKs) Erratic Fel Core (DHs) Azj'Aqir's Madness (Warlocks) Desmotaeron World Boss - Mor'geth, Tormentor of the Damned Zereth Mortis World Boss - Antros Mythic + Affixes - Tyrannical, Sanguine, Storming, Encrypted PvP Brawl - Gravity Lapse Darkmoon Faire - July 3rd to 9th Shadowlands Season 3 Ending Soon Sepulcher Raid Tuning Auction House Update: Region-wide Commodities Expanding the Development Pipeline of World of Warcraft Dragonflight Priest Talent Preview MDI & AWC Shadowlands Global Finals Hotfixes ABetterABK Strike Fund and much more! You can find us on Discord at The Starting Zone or email us at TheStartingZone@Gmail.com Have you heard about our Patreon? It's a great way to support the show and goes towards making more content for you! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/thestartingzone Looking for to grab some great TSZ merch? Look no further than here! We've got the shirts, hoodies, mugs, pillows even stickers you want!

The Starting Zone: The World of Warcraft Podcast!
Episode #527: Alpha soon?

The Starting Zone: The World of Warcraft Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 118:23 Very Popular


Welcome to The Starting Zone Podcast, The World of Warcraft Podcast for New and Experienced Players! On this weeks episode, Spencer Downey and Jason Lucas discuss Dragonflight's Launch window, Classic BC Experience Buff Event, Developer thoughts on Realm Consolidation, Hotfixes and everything else going on around Azeroth and Shadowlands! Episode #527: Alpha soon? is ready for Download! What's New this Week in World of Warcraft! Weekly Event – Pet Battle Bonus Event World Boss - Oranomonos in Ardenweald Fevered Incantation (Mages) Surging Shots (Hunters) Verdant Infusion (Druids) Desmotaeron World Boss - Mor'geth, Tormentor of the Damned Zereth Mortis World Boss - Antros Mythic + Affixes - Fortified, Bolstering, Quaking, Encrypted PvP Brawl - Arathi Blizzard Midsummer Fire Festival - Live through July 5th Darkmoon Faire - July 3rd to 9th Fireworks Spectacular - July 4th Burning Crusade Classic Realm Consolidation Joyous Journeys – Summer XP Buff Event Adjustments to Dungeon Creature Behavior and Group XP Community Council Posts - “Thoughts on Realm Consolidation” Hotfixes ABetterABK Strike Fund and much more! You can find us on Discord at The Starting Zone or email us at TheStartingZone@Gmail.com Have you heard about our Patreon? It's a great way to support the show and goes towards making more content for you! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/thestartingzone Looking for to grab some great TSZ merch? Look no further than here! We've got the shirts, hoodies, mugs, pillows even stickers you want!

The Starting Zone: The World of Warcraft Podcast!
Episode #526: June Patron Q&A!

The Starting Zone: The World of Warcraft Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 139:19 Very Popular


Welcome to The Starting Zone Podcast, The World of Warcraft Podcast for New and Experienced Players! On this episode Spencer Downey and Jason Lucas find out what's on the TSZ patrons minds with the June 2022 Patron Q&A! Episode #526: June Patron Q&A! is ready for Download! This week we asked our Patrons "What are your thoughts on raid tuning, how accessible should different raid difficulties be?" Jason and Spencer's answer to the question. How can they make final bosses more interesting? Do you think they are intentionally making it harder to complete tasks in the game so players have to be online playing the game more? What are your feelings on raiding in season 4? While I like the concept of how they plan to hand out gear, here we sit discussing how punishing these raids were, do we really want to go back in there? Is mythic raiding too hard? Trying to reach the show? You can find us on Discord at The Starting Zone or email us at TheStartingZone@Gmail.com Have you heard about our Patreon? It's a great way to support the show and goes towards making more content for you! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/thestartingzone Looking for to grab some great TSZ merch? Look no further than here! We've got the shirts, hoodies, mugs, pillows even stickers you want!

High Rollers DnD
High Rollers: Aerois #150 | Horde of Vine and Rot (Part 2)

High Rollers DnD

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 84:40 Very Popular


The battle gets desperate as the Stormchasers face off against the horde of vine and rot! Support the High Rollers and get early access to podcast episodes and Studio updates on our Patreon: www.patreon.com/HighRollers Grab some High Rollers merch: https://freshmerch.fm/collections/high-rollers Music courtesy of Epidemic Sound & TCT Adventures (Solasta: Crown of the Magisters) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Radio Record
Gvozd @ Record Club #1076 (24-06-2022)

Radio Record

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022


01. David Guetta, Becky Hill, Ella Henderson - Crazy What Love Can Do (Grafix Remix) 02. Jack Rush, Cruze - Butterfly (Jon Void Remix) 03. Georgie Riot, Aktive - Wait For Me 04. Delta Heavy - Hydra 05. Sub Focus - Off The Ground 06. Luude & Mattafix - Big City Life 07. Grafix - Synchronic 08. Raiden & Proket - Skafandr 09. Nu4M & Dyslexia - Arbitrage 10. Faun Dation - Scums [Neuropunk ] 11. Profuze - Swear 12. Counterstrike - In The Beginning 13. Freaks & Geeks, Lee Mvtthews - Infinity 14. Nickbee & Psynchro - Polished (Axon Dub) 15. Minor Forms - Late Funk 16. Tetrad Uk - Crawlers 17. Amoss - Front Left 18. Minor Forms/Zero T - Sinking Deeper 19. Dope Skillz - Rhino 20. Ozone - Og 21. Nami - Space Walk (Subwave Remix) 22. Lernis - Savage Tribe [Your Bass Busters Dub] 23. Bunnerz - Demand And Supply 24. Original Sin - Never Say Die (Amplify Remix) 25. Midst - Candy 26. Master Error - Ready 27. Marvellous Cain - Mad Antz 28. Tsuki - Take You Higher 29. Pruf - Somewhere In The Dark 30. Niterider & Chunky Bizzle - Dangerous Games 31. Jam Thieves - Madona 32. Mystific - Wake Up (Ciland And One Mindz Remix) 33. Dase - For The Moment 34. Refracta - Touch 35. Octavate - Teeth N Lips 36. Horde, Lavance, Madrush Mc - Two Sides 37. Slay - Dis One (feat. Chimpo Sl8R) 38. Thing - Taka Dub 39. Eartical Sound - Street Rockers 40. Martyn Nytram/Jasmine Knight - Twisted Soul 41. Dj Uniques & Agent K - Mission Face 42. The General, Grand Unified And Vigilante - Apocalypse When (Indicator) 43. Brakken - Defining Moment 44. Halftone - Maneuvers 45. Thing - Dubwize 46. Matt Lange - Satellite Heart (feat. Deniz Reno) 47. Solid Principles - Dusk 48. Noppo - Flying 49. Dave Owen & Terraform - What You Do 50. 50. Luke Coulson - Furthermore (Bonafide) 51. Kipsy - Wont Stop 52. Mystic Trip - Saudade 53. Pyxis Frank H Carter Iii - Waterfalls 54. Kushty-Source (New Identity Dub) 55. Horrex - No More Tears (Mathematica) 56. Activ - Miskatonic Valley 57. Kushty -Move In Silence (New Identity Dub) 58. Glxy - Butterfly Effect (feat. Hugh Hardie Visionobi) (Nutone Remix)(Hospital Dub) 59. Kipsy - Instant Warmer