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The Life Stylist
Trusting the Orchestration of Our Life: Luke as Guest on The Great Unlearn w/ Cal Callahan (Bonus Rebroadcast)

The Life Stylist

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2021 72:11


A bonus rebroadcast of my chat with my dear friend and spiritual powerhouse, Cal Callahan, on his podcast, “The Great Unlearn.”  Join us as we discuss how to harness the power from traumatic life experiences, how we've unpacked the shell of masculinity to channel its most divine expression, and our mission to be of service to others – starting with the self.  04:00 — Divine Masculinity  Integrating fitness into lifestyle Exploring divine masculinity  How to find a “Warrior energy” balance The journey to conscious parenting  Support from the male community  Being of service and appreciating past suffering 20:22 — The Path to Now Evolving consciousness through dips in the road The fine line between guilt and responsibility What the collective purge will reveal  Reframing “bad” and “good”  Lessons learned from hitting rock bottom  56:00 — TV “Programming”  Striking a balance between staying informed and protecting your energy  Unsubscribing from sensationalism Programming trauma Why it's not your job to save everyone    Connect with Luke on social media to learn how to take your lifestyle to the next level, plus catch exclusive live interviews & events: INSTAGRAM - @lukestorey // instagram.com/lukestorey/ FACEBOOK - facebook.com/MrLukeStorey/ TWITTER - @MrLukeStorey // twitter.com/MRLUKESTOREY YOUTUBE - youtube.com/c/LukeStorey HELP SUPPORT THIS SHOW! Love the show? You'll really love Luke's Master Market Online Store!  It's a win-win! Get direct links to all of Luke's hand-picked biohacking and health products all in one place, exclusive discounts, and support the show by making purchases through the web store >> SHOP NOW.   Other ways to support:  SUBSCRIBE >> Apple Podcasts + Stitcher + Google Podcasts + Spotify LEAVE APPLE PODCASTS REVIEW >> Simple step-by-step instructions SHARE >> Spread the word! Tell your family, friends, neighbors, and all your social pals Resources Website: thegreatunlearn.com Are you ready to block harmful blue light, and look great at the same time? Check out Gilded By Luke Storey. Where fashion meets function: gildedbylukestorey.com Join me on Telegram for the uncensored content big tech won't allow me to post. It's free speech and free content: www.lukestorey.com/telegram

No Plans to Merge
Aeropress and ADHD

No Plans to Merge

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 99:49


We talk about coffee mechanisms, some alpine news, and a big segment on ADHD. Also Daniel is very bullish on those Dapper Ducks.

The Changelog
Help make state of the "log" 2021 extra special!

The Changelog

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 1:15


We're prepping for our 4th annual state of the “log” episode where we look back at the year, discuss some of our favorite episodes as well as the most popular ones, and talk a bit about what we have in the works for 2022 and beyond. We thought it'd be awesome to include some listener voices on the show! So, please share your favorite Changelog guests, topics, or a-ha moments you've had over the last year. If you get your message included in the episode, we'll send you a free t-shirt. It doesn't have to be super produced. Just pop open your Voice Memos app on your phone or use QuickTime or Audacity on your laptop. Tell us what's on your mind. Then upload your audio to ~> changelog.fm/sotl We're recording the episode next week, so don't sleep on the opportunity. We'd love to hear from you!

Forefront 360
Interview: Eva Ting

Forefront 360

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 59:51


Rich and Nate interview Eva Ting. Eva is the Director of Events and Programming at W83 Ministry Center, the home of Redeemer West Side Church that also serves as a community and cultural center on the Upper West Side of New York City. Her interests lie in cultivating spaces for community engagement and designing art experiences and events that invite the public to participate in thoughtful conversations as well as thoughtful action. Prior to her work at W83, Eva was the Public Programs Coordinator at Times Square Alliance, executing public art installations and events in one of the world's most iconic urban places. Eva lived in Shanghai, China for several years and directed twocities, a gallery that specialized in contemporary craft and hosted music and cultural events, including a well-loved jazz performance series. Eva is a member of Christians in the Visual Arts and served as a board member.  In the episode we also mention Eva's new nonprofit, Here to Honor, and the video Nate produced for Goldenwood that features Eva.

Grind Hours Podcast
Michigan FINALLY beats Ohio State, CFB Playoff Mayhem, & a winning week in NY Football (Wrappin' Up Week 12)

Grind Hours Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 45:25


Nick Paradies of the Children's Programming podcast joins Joe to talk about Michigan getting the biggest win of the Harbaugh era (0:42), Brain Kelly jumping ship for LSU (10:31), Jets and Giants both winning (18:07), the best teams in the NFL (24:33), and so much more!

Mind Pump: Raw Fitness Truth
1697: HIIT Training Doesn't Work (Unless You Follow These Steps)

Mind Pump: Raw Fitness Truth

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 47:28


In this episode Sal, Adam & Justin discuss everything HIIT  HIIT training season is here! (1:26) Busting the myths surrounding HIIT. (6:00) Who is HIIT training for? (7:36) How has HIIT training been abused? (9:24) HIIT Training Doesn't Work (Unless You Follow These Steps). (13:49) Step #1 – Programming matters! (15:30) Step #2 – Have perfect form. (18:10) Step #3 – Use rest periods as a tool to compose yourself. (23:06) Step #4 – Apply plyometrics properly. (28:04) Step #5 – Phase your programming. (32:35) Step #6 – Focus on mobility. (38:24) Why everyone should start as a beginner. (41:57) Related Links/Products Mentioned December Promotion: MAPS HIIT and MAPS SPLIT 50% off! **Promo code “DECEMBER50” at checkout** Concurrent resistance and endurance training influence basal metabolic rate in nondieting individuals Effects of moderate-intensity endurance and high-intensity intermittent training on anaerobic capacity and VO2max The effects of high intensity interval training on muscle size and quality in overweight and obese adults Mind Pump #1042: The Truth About HIIT- The Good, The Bad & The Ugly Mind Pump #1205: Do The Risks Of HIIT Training Outweigh The Benefits? Mind Pump Podcast – YouTube Mind Pump Free Resources

The Changelog
Returning to GitHub to lead Sponsors

The Changelog

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 98:57


Today we're joined by Jessica Lord, talking about the origins of Electron and her boomerang back to GitHub to lead GitHub Sponsors. We cover the early days of Electron before Electron was Electron, how she advocated to turn it into a product and make it a framework, how it's used today, why she boomeranged back to GitHub to lead Sponsors, what's next in funding open source creators, and we attempt to answer the question “what happens to open source once it's funded?”

The Laracasts Snippet
Be the Tortoise

The Laracasts Snippet

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 5:50


If you've worked in programming spaces for any period of time, you will surely have heard the advice, "It's better to go slow than fast." We all instinctively knows this, and, yet, we're simultaneously obsessed with optimizing every facet of our workflow. 

Muscles and Management
Episode #176 Core Training For Rotational Athletes and Why Visible Abs are Overrated for Athletes

Muscles and Management

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 50:58


In this episode of the podcast, Gerry and Mike dive into the culture of the six-pack and how detrimental it is to young athletes. Gerry believes there is too much attention on the aesthetics, and in the episode he goes into detail on what athletes SHOULD be focused on to increase performance.Gerry discusses basic variations of programming rotational strength, the force-velocity curve, anti-rotational strength/force output, determining weaknesses in movement, and much more! You do not want to miss this episode if you are an athlete or a parent of an athlete looking to increase core strength and performance!Episode Timestamps0:36 - “Letting Go” on the Holiday5:25 - Performance > Aesthetics8:20 - Abs are an Indication of Low Body Fat, Not Strength12:55 - The Culture of the Six-Pack18:00 - Rotational Output and Measuring Growth22:35 - Resistance Training for Core and Rotational Strength30:00 - Don't Let Gains in Young Athletes Fool You35:00 - Force Output38:30 - Focusing on Speed or Power & Rotational ProgrammingAll that and more on this episode of Muscles and Management!Support the show (http://www.challengerstrength.com)Support the show (http://www.challengerstrength.com)

MLM Success Stories Podcast
MLM SS 266: Programming Your Mind For Success Workshop: Session 2

MLM Success Stories Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 16:50


Dale calls this workshop “The most important information I will ever share with entrepreneurial spirited people”. Your personal upside potential is always in relationship to your mental expectations and programing. The truth is there are more opportunities for entrepreneurs to create their ideal life than at any time in the history of the world. There are also more challenges, and personal education and reprogramming your mindsets are required. But you will never take the steps to move forward if self-limiting beliefs are not identified and re-programmed. Dale has been teaching his 15 minutes a day to the Program Your Mind for Success Program for over 30 years and thousands of people have gone through this program, followed the 15 min daily program, and develop a mindset where they enter every day knowing they are going to win, and they do.  It doesn't take motivation, or focus, this program develops people that are focused and motivated. It doesn't take effort when you are programmed for success. You just naturally live your life daily expecting to win in all areas of life. We all must act daily in accordance with our mental programming. Programming Your Mind for Success Workshop: www.ProgrammingYourMind.com   Behind the Scenes What is the Programming Your Mind for Success Membership? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qVt42UYBick&t=1s

Unleashed - How to Thrive as an Independent Professional
457. Jen Rudd Shares Airtable Use Cases

Unleashed - How to Thrive as an Independent Professional

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 25:28


Jen Rudd, PMP is a Business Coach, Consultant, and a Cross-Platform Automation expert with an extensive background in creating systems and automation for a variety of business types. She is the CEO of Grow With Jen, an author, and has presented at numerous conferences and events, most recently at the Airtable User's Conference, which she talks about in this episode. To learn more about Jen's company visit GrowWithJen.com.   Key points include: 02:19: A case study on how Airtable works 10:26: Applications of Airtable 15:23: Different use cases for Airtable 17:49: Programming skill requirements  Unleashed is produced by Umbrex, which has a mission of connecting independent management consultants with one another, creating opportunities for members to meet, build relationships, and share lessons learned. Learn more at www.umbrex.com.

The Drive with Alan Taylor
“Voices of The Industry” Part 3 Live @ SEMA Las Vegas 2021 | #484

The Drive with Alan Taylor

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 84:14


Alan is back with more “Voices of the Industry” Live at SEMA, Las Vegas 2021. First in line is Bill Rogers – President of Keystone. Keystone is the largest wholesale distributor in SEMA space for automotive equipment and accessories. Alan... The post “Voices of The Industry” Part 3 Live @ SEMA Las Vegas 2021 | #484 appeared first on THE DRIVE with Alan Taylor.

Swedenborg and Life
The Spiritual Meaning of Wind and What It Means to Be of This World but Not of This World | Live Q&A

Swedenborg and Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 85:06


Broadcast live, we're here to share our collective knowledge and experiences in response to your live questions about spiritual growth and more! This is an audio-only version of video-based show, and the podcast may contain references to visuals from the original episode. Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/Gc921rA69Ik↓↓↓ More resources below ↓↓↓To Donate: https://offthelefteye.com/donate/Become a SPONSOR for Swedenborg Live!TWO TIERS:Submit a question to our panel in advance and get a thoroughly researched response included in our live show, orIn addition to (1), get a "backstage" pass to join the Zoom call live for the broadcast. Chat with the panelists before and after the show!Contact Tim Bilger at tbilger@swedenborg.com or (610)-430-3222 ext. 101 to set up your sponsorship! ★☆★FREE E-BOOKS★☆★New Jerusalem https://swedenborg.com/product/new-jerusalem-nce/True Christianity https://swedenborg.com/product/true-christianity-1-nce/Divine Providence https://swedenborg.com/product/divine-providence-nce/Secrets of Heaven https://swedenborg.com/product/secrets-heaven-1-nce/Heaven and Hell https://swedenborg.com/product/heaven-hell-nce/★☆★ABOUT★☆★“Swedenborg Live!" is a live Q&A show for viewers who are seeking spiritual growth guidance from a panel of Off The Left Eye team members and expert guests, featuring unique live-interaction opportunities. Off The Left Eye is brought to you by the Swedenborg Foundation—a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, independent, educational organization for those seeking to explore spirituality and faith. Learn more at https://www.swedenborg.com★☆★SUPPORT OUR SHOWS★☆★MAKE A ONE-TIME OR RECURRING DONATION See how your generosity directly benefits our channel! https://offthelefteye.com/donate/BECOME A MEMBER Support all the work of the Swedenborg Foundation. http://www.swedenborg.com/membership https://otle.causevox.com/SHOP OUR MERCH 15% of proceeds from our Redbubble store help us continue to offer free spiritual resources just like the videos seen here. http://www.redbubble.com/people/swedenborgfound/shop★☆★STAY CONNECTED ★☆★Hit the SUBSCRIBE button to be notified every time we upload new videos to our channel!E-MAIL SIGN-UP - https://offthelefteye.com/subscribe/FACEBOOK - https://www.facebook.com/HeavenAndHellSwedenborg/TWITTER - https://twitter.com/offthelefteye?lang=en★☆★THE PANEL★☆★Curtis Childs, Chief Visionary Officer and Vice President of Programming at the Swedenborg FoundationKarin Childs, Writer and Community ManagerChelsea Odhner, Director of Content StrategyJonathan Rose, Series Editor of the New Century Edition★☆★REACH OUT★☆★Want to have an Off The Left Eye team member appear on your show? Contact us at https://offthelefteye.com

Breaking Walls
COMING January 2022: Breaking Walls Programming Structure Change

Breaking Walls

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 1:04


There will be a programming format change coming to Breaking Walls beginning on January 1st, 2022. Going forward, I'll be releasing each episode in parts. These parts will be available on Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. Once all parts of an episode are released, I'll release the full-length episode for those who want to listen to it in the traditional format. It's an easier way to break down content, to get content up onto Youtube, which requires all files uploaded to be a movie file, and to make the parts of each episode more easily digestible for you, the audience. If you want to listen to new episodes in the traditional full-length format immediately, as of January 1st, you'll be able to do so at Patreon.com/TheWallBreakers for as little as $1 per month. If you have any questions, email me: James@TheWallBreakers.com

Break Things On Purpose
Itiel Shwartz

Break Things On Purpose

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 15:12


In this episode, we cover:00:00:00 - Introduction 00:05:00 - Itiel's Background in Engineering00:08:25 - Improving Kubernetes Troubleshooting00:11:45 -  Improving Team Collaboration 00:14:00 - OutroLinks: Komodor: https://komodor.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Komodor_com TranscriptJason: Welcome back to another episode of Build Things On Purpose, a part of the Break Things On Purpose podcast where we talk with people who have built really cool software or systems. Today with us, we have Itiel Shwartz who is the CTO of a company called Komodor. Welcome to the show.Itiel: Thanks, happy to be here.Jason: If I go to Komodor's website it really talks about debugging Kubernetes, and as many of our listeners know Kubernetes and complex systems are a difficult thing. Talk to me a little bit more—tell me what Komodor is. What does it do for us?Itiel: Sure. So, I don't think I need to tell our listeners—your listeners that Kubernetes looks cool, it's very easy to get started, but once you're into it and you have a big company with complex, like, micros—it doesn't have to be big, even, like, medium-size complex system company where you're starting to hit a couple of walls or, like, issues when trying to troubleshoot Kubernetes.And that usually is due to the nature of Kubernetes which makes making complex systems very easy. Meaning you can deploy in multiple microservices, multiple dependencies, and everything looks like a very simple YAML file. But in the end of the day, when you have an issue, when one of the pods is starting to restart and you try to figure out, like, why the hell is my application is not running as it should have, you need to use a lot of different tools, methodologies, knowledge that most people don't really have in order to solve the issue. So, Komodor focus on making the troubleshooting in Kubernetes an easy and maybe—may I dare say even fun experience by harnessing our knowledge in Kubernetes and align our users to get that digest view of the world.And so usually when you speak about troubleshooting, the first thing that come to mind is issues are caused due to changes. And the change might be deploying Kubernetes, it can be a [configurment 00:02:50] that changed, a secret that changed, or even some feature flag, or, like, LaunchDarkly feature that was just turned on and off. So, what Komodor does is we track and we collect all of the changes that happen across your entire system, and we put, like, for each one of your services a [unintelligible 00:03:06] that includes how did the service change over time and how did it behave? I mean, was it healthy? Was it unhealthy? Why wasn't it healthy?So, by collecting the data from all across your system, plus we are sit on top of Kubernetes so we know the state of each one of the pods running in your application, we give our users the ability to understand how did the system behave, and once they have an issue we allow them to understand what changes might have caused this. So, instead of bringing down dozens of different tools, trying to build your own mental picture of how the world looks like, you just go into Komodor and see everything in one place.I would say that even more than that, once you have an issue, we try to give our best efforts on helping to understand why did it happen. We know Kubernetes, we saw a lot of issues in Kubernetes. We don't try complex AI solution or something like that, but using our very deep knowledge of Kubernetes, we give our users, FYI, your pods that are unhealthy, but the node that they are running on just got restarted or is having this pressure.So, maybe they could look at the node. Like, don't drill down into the pods logs, but instead, go look at the nodes. You just upgraded your Kubernetes version or things like that. So, basically we give you everything you need in order to troubleshoot an issue in Kubernetes, and we give it to you in a very nice and informative way. So, our user just spend less time troubleshooting and more time developing features.Jason: That sounds really extremely useful, at least from my experience, in operating things on Kubernetes. I'm guessing that this all stemmed from your own experience. You're not typically a business guy, you're an engineer. And so it sounds like you were maybe scratching your own itch. Tell us a little bit more about your history and experience with this?Itiel: I started computer science, I started working for eBay and I was there in the infrastructure team. From there I joined two Israeli startup and—I learned that the thing that I really liked or do quite well is to troubleshoot issues. I was in a very, very, like, production-downtime-sensitive systems. A system when the system is down, it just cost the business a lot of money.So, in these kinds of systems, you try to respond really fast through the incidents, and you spend a lot of time monitoring the system so once an issue occur you can fix it as soon as possible. So, I developed a lot of internal tools. For the companies I worked for that did something very similar, allow you once you have an issue to understand the root cause, or at least to get a better understanding of how the world looks like in those companies.And we started Komodor because I also try to give advice to people. I really like Kubernetes. I liked it, like, a couple of years ago before it was that cool, and people just consult with me. And I saw the lack of knowledge and the lack of skills that most people that are running Kubernetes have, and I saw, like—I'd have to say it's like giving, like, a baby a gun.So, giving an operation person that doesn't really understand Kubernetes tell him, “Yeah, you can deploy everything and everything is a very simple YAML. You want a load balancer, it's easy. You want, like, a persistent storage, it's easy. Just install like—Helm install Postgres or something like that.” I installed quite a lot of, like, Helm-like recipes, GA, highly available. But things are not really highly available most of the time.So, it's definitely scratching my own itch. And my partner, Ben, is also a technical guy. He was in Google where they have a lot of Kubernetes experience. So, together both of us felt the pain. We saw that as more and more companies moved to Kubernetes, the pain became just stronger. And as the shift-left movement is also like taking off and we see more and more dev people that are not necessarily that technical that are expected to solve issues, then again we saw an issue.So, what we see is companies moving to Kubernetes and they don't have the skills or knowledge to troubleshoot Kubernetes. And then they tell their developers, “You are now responsible for the production. You are deploying? You should troubleshoot,” and the developers really don't know what to do. And we came to those companies and basically it makes everything a lot easier.You have any issue in Kubernetes? No issue, like, no issue. And no problem go to Komodor and understand what is the probable root cause. See what's the status? Like, when did it change? When was it last restarted? When was it unhealthy before today? Maybe, like, an hour ago, maybe a month ago. So, Komodor just gives you all of this information in a very informative way.Jason: I like the idea of pulling everything into one place, but I think that obviously begs the question: if we're pulling in this information we need to have good information to begin with. I'm interested in your thoughts of if someone were to use Komodor or just want to improve their visibility into troubleshooting Kubernetes, what are some tips or advice that you'd have for them in maybe how to set up their monitoring, or how to tag their changes, things like that? What does that look like?Itiel: I will say the first thing is using more metadata and tagging capabilities across the board. It can be on top of the monitors, the system, the services, like, you name it, you should do it. Once an alert is triggered, you don't necessarily have to go to the perfect playbook because it doesn't really exist. You should understand what's the relevant impact, what system it impacted, and who is the owner, and who should you wake up, like, now or who should look at it?So, spending the time tagging some of the alerts and resources in Kubernetes is super valuable. It's not that hard, but by doing so you just reduced the mental capacity needed in order to troubleshoot an issue. More than that, here in Komodor we read of this metadata label stacks, and we harness it for our own benefits. So, it is best practice to do so and Komodor also utilize this data.And for example, for an alert, say like, the relevant team name that is responsible, and for each service in Kubernetes write the team that owns this service. And this way you can basically understand what teams are responsible for what services or issues. So, this is the number one tip or trick. And the second one is just spend time on exposing these data. You can use Komodor I think, like, it's the best solution, but even if not, try to have those notification every time something change.Write those, like, web hooks to which one of your resources and let the team know that things change. If not, like, what we see in companies is something break, no one really know what changed, and in the end of the day they are forced to go into Slack and doing, like, here—someone changed something that might cause production break. And if so, please fix it. It's not a good place to be. If you see yourself asking questions over Slack, you have an issue with the system monitoring and observability.Jason: That's a great point because I feel like a lot of times we do that. And so you look back into your CI/CD logs, like, what pushes are made, what deploys are made. You're trying to parse out, like, which one was it? Especially in a high-velocity organization of multiple changes and which one actually did that breaking.Itiel: We see it across the board. There are so many changes, so many dependencies. Because microservice A talks with microservice B that speak with microservice C using SQS or something like that. And then things break and no one know what is really happening. Especially the developers, they have no idea what is happening. But most of the time also the DevOps themselves.Jason: I think that's a great point of, sort of, that shared confusion. As we've talked about DevOps and that breaking down of the walls between developers and operations, there was always this, “Well, you should work together,” and there is this notion now of we're working together but nobody knows what's going on.As we talk about this world of sharing, what are some of your advice as somebody who's helped both developers and operations? Aside from getting that shared visibility for troubleshooting, do you have any tips for collaborating better to understand as a team how things are functioning?Itiel: I have a couple of thoughts on this area. The first thing is you must have the alignment. Both the DevOps, or operation and the developers need to understand they are in this together. And this, like, base point in other organization you see they struggle. Like, the developers are like, yeah, I don't really need—like, it's the ops problem if production is down, and the ops are, like, angry at the devs and say they don't understand anything so they shouldn't be responsible for issues in production.So, first of all, let's create the alignment. The organization needs to understand that both the dev and the ops team need to take shared responsibility over the system and over the troubleshooting process. Once this very key pillar is out of the way, I will say that adding more and more tools and making sure that those tools can be shared between the ops and the dev team.Because a lot of the times we see tools that are designed for the DevOps, and a developer don't really understand what is happening here, what are those numbers, and basically how to use them. So, I think making sure the tools fit both personas is a very crucial thing. And the last thing is learning from past incidents. You are going to have other incidents, other issues. The question is, do you understand how we improve the next time this incident or a similar incident will happen? What processes and what tools are missing in the link between the DevOps and the system to optimize it. Because it's not after you snap your finger and everything works as expected.It is an iterative process and you must have, like, the state of mind of, okay, things are going to get better, or they are going to get better, and so on. So, I think this is the third, like, three most important things. One make sure you have that alignment, two, create tools that can be shared across different teams, and three, learn from past incidents and understand this is like a marathon. It's not a sprint.Jason: Those are excellent tips. So, for our listeners, if you would like a tool that can be shared between devs and DevOps or ops teams, and you're interested in Komodor—Itiel, tell us where folks can find more info about Komodor and learn more about how to troubleshoot Kubernetes.Itiel: So, you can find us on Twitter, but basically on komodor.com. Yeah, you can sign up for a free trial. The installation is, like, 10 seconds or something like that. It's basically Helm install, and it really works. We just finished, like, a very big round, so we are growing really fast and we have more and more customers. So, we'll be happy to hear your use case and to see how we can accommodate your needs.Jason: Awesome. Well, thanks for being on the show. It's been a pleasure to have you.Itiel: Thank you. Thank you. It was super fun being here.Jason: For links to all the information mentioned, visit our website at gremlin.com/podcast. If you liked this episode, subscribe to the Break Things on Purpose podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or your favorite podcast platform. Our theme song is called “Battle of Pogs” by Komiku, and it's available on loyaltyfreakmusic.com.

Talk Python To Me - Python conversations for passionate developers
#343: Do Excel things, get notebook Python code with Mito

Talk Python To Me - Python conversations for passionate developers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 66:14


Here's a question: What's the most common way to explore data? Would you say pandas and matplotlib? Maybe you went more general and said Jupyter notebooks. How about Excel, or Google Sheets, or Numbers, or some other spreadsheet app? Yeah, my bet is on Excel. And while it has many drawbacks, it makes exploring tabular data very accessible to many people, most of whom aren't even developers or data scientists. On this episode, we're talking about a tool called Mito. This is an add-in for Jupyter notebooks that injects an Excel-like interface into the notebook. You pass it data via a pandas dataframe (or some other source) and then you can explore it as if you're using Excel. The cool thing is though, just below that, it's writing the pandas code you'd need to do to actually accomplish that outcome in code. I think this will make pandas and Python data exploration way more accessible to many more people. So if you've been intimidated by pandas, or know someone who has, this could be what you've been looking for. Links from the show Mito: trymito.io Mito summary stats: trymito.io pandas-profiling package: github.com Lux API: pypi.org Hex notebooks: medium.com Deepnote: deepnote.com Papermill: papermill.readthedocs.io JupterLite: jupyter.org Jupyter Desktop App: github.com Jut: github.com Jupyter project: jupyter.org Watch this episode on YouTube: youtube.com Episode transcripts: talkpython.fm --- Stay in touch with us --- Subscribe on YouTube: youtube.com Follow Talk Python on Twitter: @talkpython Follow Michael on Twitter: @mkennedy Sponsors Shortcut Linode AssemblyAI Talk Python Training

21st Century Freak
Matt Bergström - Translating Technology

21st Century Freak

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 85:34


Matt Bergström is a techpreneur and Co-Founder of MMR Solutions and Techover Academy. Matt "translates" technology and makes it simple to understand, to inspire more young people to get into the field. We discuss the swamp that is the 21st century as a millennial and generation z, Matt's journey into entrepreneurship and using the internet to self-educate and unleash our potential. 

No Plans to Merge
Max is not well-liked at school

No Plans to Merge

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 129:35


Max is a misunderstood good boy. Where is Daniel's passport? React. Dom. Collections just feel heavy....

Kopec Explains Software
#77 What is a Memory Leak?

Kopec Explains Software

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 11:55


Memory leaks occur when a program allocates memory and fails to free it when the memory is no longer being used. They can cause the memory use of a program to balloon over time, eventually leading to performance problems or a crash. They are a common programmer error, that has been alleviated, although not eliminated, by modern programming languages. Programming languages like C and C++ use manual memory management, which requires the programmer to do some book-keeping. The programmer must keep track of all of the memory they allocated and must remember to free it. Programming languages with garbage collectors automatically free unused memory. In this episode we explain memory leaks and look at a recent case of a major memory leak in macOS Monterey as an example. Show Notes Episode 76: What is Protected Memory? More memory leaks in Monterey 12.0.1 Follow us on Twitter @KopecExplains. Theme “Place on Fire” Copyright 2019 Creo, CC BY 4.0 Find out more at http://kopec.live

Legion Strength & Conditioning Podcast
#83 - Affiliate Programming (Part 4)

Legion Strength & Conditioning Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 31:54


Episode 83 of the Legion Strength and Conditioning podcast finalises the series in affiliate programming, getting tactical and talking about programming specifically for strength training.   A big challenge when programming for groups is balancing the needs and wants of a diverse membership. Some people coming into the gym may never have touched a barbell before, whilst others may be ex-athletes looking for a new recreational sport. Jon and Todd dive into finding the right balance and share what has been helpful for them both at their gyms.   Listen to this episode to find out how about the use of levels in group programming, what different structures keep people engaged in boring old progressive training, and why percentage ranges and flexibility can be more effective than traditional textbook programming.   If you're not already subscribed to our newsletter, head over to www.legionsc.com to get a weekly selection of training tips and our favourite articles.   We run online workshops for coaches as well. Find out when our next workshop is here: https://legionsc.com/program-design-workshops   These podcasts are posted in video format on YouTube as well.   Show Notes: [2:38] What does levelled programming look like in strength training [4:40] Utility of Snatching and higher-skilled movements for general population clients [6:20] Is Olympic Weightlifting actually dangerous for general population [08:30] Cost-benefit of learning higher skilled movements [9:45] Balancing appropriate training and CrossFit as a recreational sport [12:35] What do beginners need in strength training and how to balance that with more experienced members in programming [14:50] Creating progression in a general group programme [19:00] How to programme assistance work and keep members engaged [23:00] Creating progression throughout a training cycle in group training [26:00] Using percentage ranges rather than specific percentages in programming [27:20] How muscle fibre types can affect peoples stimulus in strength training

Zeph Daniel
OMICRON PROGRAMMING - WORLD WAR 3 BEGINS

Zeph Daniel

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 142:10


PURE BLOODS OF CHRIST! THE TOTALITARIAN STATE WANTS TO LOCK YOU DOWN AGAIN, RIGHT ON CUE AS WE PREDICTED.

Remarkable Results Radio Podcast
PAVE Virtual Training [CC 100]

Remarkable Results Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 38:08


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nVQc5Abxi-U "G" Jerry Truglia is a ASE World Class Technician, ASE Triple Master Technician in: Automotive, Truck & School Bus, L1, L3, X1, CNG, and C1; as well as an ATTP Master Instructor in New York State, CT and New Jersey. "G" is recognized by the US Environmental Protection Agency as one of the foremost OBD II experts, technicians, and trainers in the country. He achieved National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification, won a golden wrench award, and is one of the 1900 ever to be certified as a "World Class Technician". He provides technical material, is an author and technical advisor for the New York automotive technology training program and has authored numerous books and magazine articles. "G" also provided automotive training to the United States Marine Corps in Okinawa, Japan. He has also worked for Peugeot in France, ATRA in Australia, ASA, ASACA (Instructor of the Year Award - 2 years), ASAKC, and many colleges/trade schools in addition to providing Train the Train to instructors for ATC, Lincoln Tech, UTI, Ohio Diesel, and others. G Jerry Truglia Previous Episodes https://remarkableresults.biz/?s=%22Truglia%22 (HERE) Scott Townsend ASE Certification(s): A1-A9 Master Certified L1 and L3 Advanced Level Certifications with 19 Years experience and Six Years as an Autotech Instructor. He is experienced in  Automotive Diagnostics, Programming, and Coding for Gas, Diesel, Hybrid, and E.V. Adam Robertson has 37 years and continues as an automotive technician/instructor, beginning his automotive career in the early 1980s. He has owned/operated his own automotive repair and training facilities since 1991. Beyond standard auto/truck diagnostics and repair, he has spent many years working with high-performance vehicles. Adam has enjoyed performing dyno tuning/programming and other auto racing support, competing in several types of “grassroots” style local motorsport racing events. Adam has been training for CARQUEST Technical Institute since 2000 and continues educating 23 full regions in the Western United States with nearly 800 hours of presentation material, while still squeezing in several “hands-on” training events, each year. A regular training fixture at many national automotive training events each year, Adam has also authored as an SME numerous pieces of the training curriculum. He has what has been considered a “contagious” teaching style with incredible amounts of energy and passion. Vin Waterhouse is the president and founder of The Waterhouse Group, (TWG), an automotive Accounting, Training and Coaching company. Vin has over thirty years of experience in the automotive aftermarket and has written several manuals on asset management. His specialty is working with auto repair shop owners. He has written magazine articles and authored private label courses for NAPA and others in the aftermarket. Vin has conducted hundreds of profit management seminars and workshops for auto repair shop owners, auto part store owners, and parts distribution management teams across the United States. He is a pioneer in his field and author of "The Labor Factory" and the "NAPA exclusive AutoCare Financial G.P.S." Listen to Vin's other episode's https://remarkableresults.biz/?s=Vin+Waterhouse (HERE.) Key Talking Points Replay virtual training classes up to 30 days Importance of management classes- owners need to understand business Shops are a team as one unit and everyone needs to be on board Why PAVE- top instructors, an opportunity for technicians to take classes and review management training. Teaching big think and multi approaches to vehicles to avoid tunnel vision Average shop profit 3%, sales increase 12%, labor rates Standard labor rates- based on different skill levels per technician, labor intensive rates (EV), diagnostic rates The best resource and tool is your brain Training doesn't cost, it pays...

Laravel News Podcast
Strong foundations, modern Laravel apps, and logging to database

Laravel News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 43:47


Jake and Michael discuss all the latest Laravel releases, tutorials, and happenings in the community.This episode is sponsored by Honeybadger - combining error monitoring, uptime monitoring and check-in monitoring into a single, easy to use platform.Show links Laravel 8.71 released Laravel 8.73 released PHP 8.1 is here Announcing the PHP Foundation The hottest Black Friday deals Laravel Livewire calendar component Laravel cache helper package Log route statistics for users and teams Learn how to build modern Laravel apps using Inertia.js Laravel showsql: Giving attention to that one SQL Swoole vs Roadrunner for Laravel Octane How to integrate Sentry with Laravel Nova Laravel database log channel How to get notified when Laravel Horizon stops running

American Conservative University
Programming of Life 2: EARTH. Intelligent Design Documentary.

American Conservative University

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 34:29


Programming of Life 2: EARTH Watch this beautiful documentary free at- https://youtu.be/WPkBEYsG6EQ 67,439 views Programming of Life http://programmingoflife.com The Earth is an extremely complex and uniquely programmed planet. The smallest degree of change could cause significant effects on us and our surroundings. The distance between the earth and the sun; the levels of oxygen, carbon dioxide and nitrogen in the air; the angle and speed of the earth's rotation; gravitational force; atmospheric pressure and the list goes on. If any of these parameters were to change, even slightly, earth would not be the planet we know today. We're living on the most unique and robust planet in the entire universe and the more we research the more we discover just how much of a razor's edge we're really on. Join us as we explore science in an effort to better understand the origins of life. Aug 3, 2015   HELP ACU SPREAD THE WORD!  Please go to Apple Podcasts and give ACU a 5 star rating. Apple canceled us and now we are clawing our way back to the top. Don't let the Leftist win. Do it now! Thanks. Forward this show to friends. Ways to subscribe to the American Conservative University Podcast Click here to subscribe via Apple Podcasts Click here to subscribe via RSS You can also subscribe via Stitcher FM Player Podcast Addict Tune-in Podcasts Pandora Look us up on Amazon Prime …And Many Other Podcast Aggregators and sites   Please help ACU by submitting your Show ideas. Email us at americanconservativeuniversity@americanconservativeuniversity.com Please go to Apple Podcasts and give ACU a 5 star rating. Apple canceled us and now we are clawing our way back to the top. Don't let the Leftist win. Do it now! Thanks.

American Conservative University
Programming of Life 2: EARTH. Intelligent Design Documentary.

American Conservative University

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 34:29


Programming of Life 2: EARTH Watch this beautiful documentary free at- https://youtu.be/WPkBEYsG6EQ 67,439 views Programming of Life http://programmingoflife.com The Earth is an extremely complex and uniquely programmed planet. The smallest degree of change could cause significant effects on us and our surroundings. The distance between the earth and the sun; the levels of oxygen, carbon dioxide and nitrogen in the air; the angle and speed of the earth's rotation; gravitational force; atmospheric pressure and the list goes on. If any of these parameters were to change, even slightly, earth would not be the planet we know today. We're living on the most unique and robust planet in the entire universe and the more we research the more we discover just how much of a razor's edge we're really on. Join us as we explore science in an effort to better understand the origins of life. Aug 3, 2015   HELP ACU SPREAD THE WORD!  Please go to Apple Podcasts and give ACU a 5 star rating. Apple canceled us and now we are clawing our way back to the top. Don't let the Leftist win. Do it now! Thanks. Forward this show to friends. Ways to subscribe to the American Conservative University Podcast Click here to subscribe via Apple Podcasts Click here to subscribe via RSS You can also subscribe via Stitcher FM Player Podcast Addict Tune-in Podcasts Pandora Look us up on Amazon Prime …And Many Other Podcast Aggregators and sites   Please help ACU by submitting your Show ideas. Email us at americanconservativeuniversity@americanconservativeuniversity.com Please go to Apple Podcasts and give ACU a 5 star rating. Apple canceled us and now we are clawing our way back to the top. Don't let the Leftist win. Do it now! Thanks.

The Stress Mastery Podcast: Living Right with Bill Cortright
Throwback: Programming is the Ultimate Identity Thief

The Stress Mastery Podcast: Living Right with Bill Cortright

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 24:54


This week our topic is “The Self” and in this episode Mark discusses how Programming is the Ultimate Identity Thief. He goes into the different ideas we have about our “self” from the programmed belief about it. He explains what programming is all about, what it means and how it effects our behavior and ability to function. We have the Tribal Self we grew up with, the Physical Self, and the Spiritual Self. Once we become aware of how deeply programmed we are, this awareness can allow us to become higher functioning beings. ________________________________________________________  Join The Stress Mastery Community today for FREE! Click here to register HERE! Love the show? Tweet me a shoutout at: @Billcortright Want to sponsor episodes of The Stress Mastery Podcast?  Email Bill at : Bill@livingrightwithbillcortright.com  Mentioned in this show: Join the private Facebook Group: The Stress Mastery Podcast Subscription/SocialLinks: Subscribe on iTunes Subscribe to the The Stress Mastery Mailing List Watch on Youtube www.livingrightwithbillcortright.com Instagram: @livingrightwithbillcortright Facebook at Bill Cortright STAY INSPIRED!

After Sectionals
AS 607 : Programming Thoughts

After Sectionals

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021


In this episode Darcy, Jenna, and TJ talk about the thoughts guiding their programming for the spring. Spoiler: Honors Band will not be playing Lincolnshire Posy this year… This episode is sponsored by Kaleidoscope Adventures. The post AS 607 : Programming Thoughts appeared first on after sectionals.

Changelog Master Feed
From engineering to product (JS Party #203)

Changelog Master Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 65:36


Liana Leahy tells Amal and KBall all about her journey from software engineer to product manager. Along the way we learn what a PM does, how to be great at it, how to know if it's for you, why the role is in such demand these days, and much more. - It's UNIX, I know this!

D-Lo & KC
"Sorry I Was Doing My Job"

D-Lo & KC

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 202:37


Programming note: We'll be off Thursday and Friday. Back Monday at Noon James Ham joins us around 1pm. The Kings attempt to break their 4 game losing streak tonight against one of the leagues hotter teams, the Portland Trail Blazers. Zach Lowe and Kevin Arnovitz discussed the Kings on the latest Lowe Post Podcast. The two mentioned a number of the things we've talked about for the last year. We all know this team needs to be broken up but the Kings need to find a way to pull some wins together before Dec 15. We'll talk 49ers and get ready for the big game, and it is a big game, against the Minnesota Vikings. Plus, our week 11 Power Rankings and the latest College Football Playoff rankings.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Remote Ruby
Live from RubyConf 2021!

Remote Ruby

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 50:20


[00:00:28] The panelists introduce themselves.[00:01:37] We hear what everyone is most excited about being at RubyConf and the talks they are most excited about going to.[00:04:11] Jason Swett shares how he prepped for the workshops, and Nick and Emily tell us about their talks. [00:08:13] Jemma asks the panelists why they come to conferences and what brings them here.[00:11:12] Everyone here is a podcaster, so we find out why they do these podcasts.[00:15:11] The panelists share what is so special and unique about the Ruby community.[00:18:59] Find out which podcast episodes the panelists are most proud of that they put out. [00:22:42] What do the panelists think about the diversity of people they bring on to their podcasts? [00:26:33] The panelists all share some great stories about Brittany Martin, how awesome she is, how she's one of the best interviewers, and what a GEM she is!   [00:29:49] Jemma wonders how the panelists stay on top of what's going on in the Ruby community.[00:32:01] The panelists talk about how they, as podcasters, think through what might be interesting to talk about on their podcasts.[00:37:10] Find out who the panelists call their “Ruby Heroes.” [00:44:34] The panelists tell us how they find themselves consistently producing podcast episodes without suffering from burnout. Panelists:Jemma IssroffAndrew MasonJason CharnesEmily GiurleoNick SchwadererJason SwettSponsor:HoneybadgerLinks:Ruby Radar NewsletterRuby Radar TwitterAndrew Mason TwitterJason Charnes TwitterChris Oliver Twitter Jemma Issroff TwitterEmily Giurleo TwitterNick Schwaderer GitHubJason Swett TwitterRemote Ruby PodcastThe Ruby on Rails PodcastThe Code with Jason PodcastRuby WeeklyPeter Cooper TwitterWNB.rb TwitterRemote Ruby Podcast-Episode 139: Learning in Public | Alpine & Inertia (our mental health episode)Remote Ruby Podcast-Episode 100-Upgrading Rails with Ernesto TagwerkerRemote Ruby Podcast-Episode 97-Joined by Adam Wathan: TailwindCSS, Tailwind UI, and ActionView ComponentsThe Code with Jason Podcast-Episode 28-Sandi Metz, Author of POODR (with Special Guest TJ Stankus)The Ruby on Rails Podcast-Episode 271: MEGA RailsConf 2019 Recap with Chris OliverThe Ruby on Rails Podcast-Episode 385: Minimal Flame Wars (Prettier, Parsing and Regex) with Kevin NewtonObie Fernandez TwitterThe Rails 5 Way (Addison-Wesley Professional Ruby Series) by Obie FernandezAaron Patterson TwitterCollin Jilbert TwitterBrittany Martin TwitterBrandon Weaver Twitter

The Allusionist
146. Survival: Today, Tomorrow part 1

The Allusionist

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 33:11


The Icelandic language has remained so stable over the centuries, speakers can read manuscripts from 900 years ago without too much trouble. And when they need a new word for more recent concepts, there are committees to coin one, so that the modern Icelandic lexicon includes such things as the internet, helicopters and mansplaining. Defending the language from the encroachment of English, however, is rather more challenging. Find out more about the topics covered in this episode, and a transcript, at theallusionist.org/todaytomorrow1. Sign up to be a patron at patreon.com/allusionist and as well as supporting the show, you get behind the scenes glimpses, bonus etymologies, a trip around Iceland's museums via me, AND a delightful community of Teamlusionists! The music is by Martin Austwick. Hear Martin's own songs at palebirdmusic.com or search for Pale Bird on Bandcamp and Spotify, and he's @martinaustwick on Twitter and Instagram.  The Allusionist's online home is theallusionist.org. Stay in touch at twitter.com/allusionistshow, facebook.com/allusionistshow and instagram.com/allusionistshow. Our ad partner is Multitude. To sponsor an episode of the show, contact them at multitude.productions/ads. This episode is sponsored by: • Catan, the building and trading board game where no two games are the same. Allusionist listeners get 10 percent off the original base game at catanshop.com/allusionist. • BetterHelp, online therapy with licensed professional counsellors. Allusionist listeners get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/allusionist. • Squarespace, your one-stop shop for building and running a sleek website. Go to squarespace.com/allusionist for a free 2-week trial, and get 10 percent off your first purchase of a website or domain with the code allusionist. Support the show: http://patreon.com/allusionist See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

MLM Success Stories Podcast
MLM SS 265: Programming Your Mind For Success Workshop: Session 1

MLM Success Stories Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 50:17


Dale calls this workshop “The most important information I will ever share with entrepreneurial spirited people”. Your personal upside potential is always in relationship to your mental expectations and programing. The truth is there are more opportunities for entrepreneurs to create their ideal life than at any time in the history of the world. There are also more challenges, and personal education and reprogramming your mindsets are required. But you will never take the steps to move forward if self-limiting beliefs are not identified and re-programmed. Dale has been teaching his 15 minutes a day to the Program Your Mind for Success Program for over 30 years and thousands of people have gone through this program, followed the 15 min daily program, and develop a mindset where they enter every day knowing they are going to win, and they do.  It doesn't take motivation, or focus, this program develops people that are focused and motivated. It doesn't take effort when you are programmed for success. You just naturally live your life daily expecting to win in all areas of life. We all must act daily in accordance with our mental programming. Programming Your Mind for Success Workshop: www.ProgrammingYourMind.com   Behind the Scenes What is the Programming Your Mind for Success Membership? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qVt42UYBick&t=1s

GovLove - A Podcast About Local Government
#487 Recreation Programming and Behavioral Health with Cameron Marlin, Clear Creek Metropolitan Recreation District

GovLove - A Podcast About Local Government

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 33:00


Holistic wellness. Cameron Marlin, the General Manager of the Clear Creek Metropolitan Recreation District, joined the podcast to talk about how they offered new recreation programming to meet the community's mental health needs during the COVID-19 pandemic. She shared how they identified instructors, partnered with Clear Creek County to use CARES Act funding, and are measuring success. She also talked about how this wellness programming has changed CCMRD and their plans for this programming in the future. Host: Lauren Palmer

OAK PERFORMANCE RADIO
Episode #62 w/ Luke Summers of KidStrong

OAK PERFORMANCE RADIO

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 50:37


Adam sits down with Luke Summers of KidStrong! Luke is the Director of Programming for this booming start up!!! KidStrong is a child development training center focused on brain, physical & character development for ages walking through 11 years old. They offer a science-based curriculum that is parent-focused and taught by professionals. KidStrong uses the latest research to help kids develop resilience, independence, and self-worth. They use our "whole child" curriculum and affirmation to help empower kids to be the hero of their own story. Check out all the awesomeness that Luke and the rest of the KidStrong crew are doing at www.kidstrong.com! Enjoy the show!

Beyond the Platform
Nick Gloff- Programming Concepts, Understanding 4 Pillars Of Output, And When To Pull The Plug

Beyond the Platform

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 83:07


In episode 34 of coaches corner we have Nick Gloff, coach for Camp Jansen and a wealth of knowledge when it comes to training for hypertrophy and strength. We talk about how he programs and some of the conceptual ideas he has for managing fatigue and progression schemes that will be beneficial for anyone who lifts a barbell. We also touch on the role of stress and how to manage it from a competitive standpoint and when enough is enough for a prep. Subscribe to iTunes, Soundcloud, Spotify, and Stitcher at Coaches Corner. If you like the podcast leave a review and a 5-star rating on iTunes. Share it with a friend and all over social media. Sponsors: subjectzerosupps.com -Code beyond10 for discount coachescorneru.com- 14 day free trial baconandbarbells.co -Code paul10 for discount

Software Engineering Unlocked
Content creation as a career path for developers

Software Engineering Unlocked

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 36:20


Book your awesomecodereview.com workshop!Links:Florin's YouTube channelFlorin's websiteFlorin's TwitterSubscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Google, Deezer, or via RSS.

Talk Python To Me - Python conversations for passionate developers
#342: Python in Architecture (as in actual buildings)

Talk Python To Me - Python conversations for passionate developers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 61:28


At PyCon 2017, Jake Vanderplas gave a great keynote where he said, "Python is a mosaic." He described how Python is stronger and growing because it's being adopted and used by people with diverse technical backgrounds. In this episode, we're adding to that mosaic by diving into how Python is being used in the architecture, engineering, and construction industry. Our guest, Gui Talarico, has worked as an architect who help automate that world by bringing Python to solve problems others were just doing by point-and-click tooling. I think you'll enjoy this look into that world. We also touch on his project pyairtable near the end as well. Links from the show Pyninsula Python in Architecture Talk: youtube.com Using technology to scale building design processes at WeWork talk: youtube.com Revit software: autodesk.com Creating a command in pyRevit: notion.so IronPython: ironpython.net Python.NET: github.com revitpythonwrapper: readthedocs.io aec.works site: aec.works Speckle: speckle.systems Ladybug Tools: ladybug.tools Airtable: airtable.com PyAirtable: pyairtable.readthedocs.io PyAirtable ORM: pyairtable.readthedocs.io Revitron: github.com WeWork: wework.com Article: Using Airtable as a Content Backend: medium.com Python is a Mosaic Talk: youtube.com Watch this episode on YouTube: youtube.com Episode transcripts: talkpython.fm ---------- Stay in touch with us ---------- Subscribe on YouTube (for live streams): youtube.com Follow Talk Python on Twitter: @talkpython Follow Michael on Twitter: @mkennedy Sponsors Shortcut Linode AssemblyAI Talk Python Training

Python Bytes
#260 It's brutally simple: made just from pickle and zip

Python Bytes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 48:49


Watch the live stream: Watch on YouTube About the show Sponsored by Shortcut - Get started at shortcut.com/pythonbytes Special guest: Chris Patti Brian #1: Using cog to update --help in a Markdown README file Simon Willison I've wanted to have a use case for Ned Batchelder's cog Cog is a utility that looks for specially blocks [[[cog some code ]]] and [[[end]]] These block can be in comments, [HTML_REMOVED] for markdown. When you run cog on a file, it runs the “some code” and puts the output after the middle ]]] and before the [[[end]]]. Simon has come up with an excellent use, running --help and capturing the output for a README.md file for a CLI project. He even wrote a test, pytest of course, to check if the README.md needs updated. Michael #2: An oral history of Bank Python Bank Python implementations are effectively proprietary forks of the entire Python ecosystem which are in use at many (but not all) of the biggest investment banks. The first thing to know about Minerva is that it is built on a global database of Python objects. Barbara is a simple key value store with a hierarchical key space. It's brutally simple: made just from pickle and zip. Applications also commonly store their internal state in Barbara - writing dataclasses straight in and out with only very simple locking and transactions (if any). There is no filesystem available to Minerva scripts and the little bits of data that scripts pick up has to be put into Barbara. Barbara also has some "overlay" features: # connect to multiple rings: keys are 'overlaid' in order of # the provided ring names db = barbara.open("middleoffice;ficc;default") # get /Etc/Something from the 'middleoffice' ring if it exists there, # otherwise try 'ficc' and finally the default ring some_obj = db["/Etc/Something"] Lots of info about modeling with classes (instruments, books, etc) If you understand excel you will be starting to recognize similarities. In Excel, spreadsheets cells are also updated based on their dependencies, also as a directed acyclic graph. Dagger allows people to put their Excel-style modelling calculations into Python, write tests for them, control their versioning without having to mess around with files like CDS-OF-CDS EURO DESK 20180103 Final (final) (2).xlsx. Dagger is a key technology to get financial models out of Excel, into a programming language and under tests and version control. Time to drop a bit of a bombshell: the source code is in Barbara too, not on disk. Remain composed. It's kept in a special Barbara ring called sourcecode. Interesting table structures, like Pandas, but closer to a DB (MnTable) Over time the divergence between Bank Python and Open Source Python grows. Technology churns on both sides, much faster outside than in of course, but they do not get closer. Minerva has its own IDE - no other IDEs work if you keep your source files in a giant global database. What I can't understand is why it contains its own web framework. Investment banks have a one-way approach to open source software: (some of) it can come in, but none of it can go out BTW, I “read” this with naturalreaders app Chris #3: Pyxel Pyxel is a ‘retro gaming console' written in Python! This might seem old and un-shiny, but the restrictions imposed by the environment gift simplicity Vastly decreased learning time and effort compared to something like Unity or even Pygame Straight forward simple commands, just like it was for micro-computers in the 80s cls(), line(), rect(), circ() etc. Pyxel is somewhat more Python and less console than others like PICO-8 or TIC-80 but this is a feature! Use your regular development environment to build. Brian #4: How to Ditch Codecov for Python Projects Hynek Schlawack Codecov is a third party service that checks your coverage output and fails a build if coverage dropped. It's not without issues. Hynek is using coverage.py --fail-under flag in place of this in GitHub actions. It's not as simple as just adding a flag if you are using --parallel to combine coverage for multiple test runs into one report. Hynek is utilizing the coverage output as an artifact for each test, then pulling them all together in a coverage stage combine and check coverage. He provides the snippet of GH Action, and even links to a working workflow file using this process. Nice! Michael #5: tiptop (like glances) via Zach Villers tiptop is a command-line system monitoring tool in the spirit of top. It displays various interesting system stats, graphs it, and works on all operating systems. Really nice visualization for your servers Good candidate for pipx install tiptop Chris #6: pyc64 A Commodore 64 emulator written in pure Python! Not 100% complete - screen drawing is PETSCII character mode only This still allows for a lot of interesting apps & exploration Actual machine emulation using py65 - a pure Python 6502 chip emulator! You can pop to a Python REPL from inside the emulator and examine data structures like memory, registers, etc! An incredible example of what Python is capable of 0.6 Mhz with CPython and over 2Mhz with pypy! Extras Michael: Michael's FlaskCon 2021 HTMX Talk Chris: Amazon OpsTech IT is hiring! (If deemed appropriate :) Joke: I hate how the screens get bright so early this time of year

Bucky's 5th Quarter: for Wisconsin Badgers fans
Bucky's 5th Podcast, ep. 307: Nebraska Takeaways + Maui Invitational Opener Recap

Bucky's 5th Quarter: for Wisconsin Badgers fans

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 45:17


On today's episode of Bucky's 5th Podcast, we've got a whole lot to discuss to start your Thanksgiving week. First, we recap the Badgers opening round comeback win over Texas A&M in the Maui Invitational. After that, we discuss what we hope to see from the Badgers in their second contest from Vegas. Later on, we dive into a recap of all things Wisconsin/Nebraska. In our conversation, we once again rave about the strong performance of running back Braelon Allen to get things started. After that, we talk about the Wisconsin defensive struggle against the Huskers, the Wisconsin passing performance once again performing well, the special teams' impact, and more. To finish things of we talk a little football recruiting with some breaking news during the show as linebacker Aidan Vaughn announced his committment to the Badgers. Enjoy! Programming note: Our second episode of the week will be out on Wednesday morning so you can enjoy listening anytime over your holiday break. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Side Quests Episode 119: Celeste with Eryn Levine

"Fun" and Games Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 8:53


Side Quests is back and this episode's host is Director of Programming, editor, podcaster, producer and determined mountain climber, Eryn Levine! The game she is talking about today is Celeste by Extremely OK Games! You can find this episode's host on twitter and check out her podcast!

Eye On Annapolis Daily News Brief
November 22, 2021 | Daily News Brief | Shots Fired. One Annapolis Ball. Kudos to AACC.

Eye On Annapolis Daily News Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 14:45


Give us about ten minutes a day and we will give you all the local news, local sports, local weather, and local events you can handle.   SPONSORS: Many thanks to our sponsors... Solar Energy Services because solar should be in your future! The Kristi Neidhardt Team. If you are looking to buy or sell your home, give Kristi a call at 888-860-7369! And Hospice of the Chesapeake Today...Programming note...no DNB this Thursday or Friday!  Annapolis Police investigating shots that were fired taking out an apartment building's front door. Mayor Gavin Buckley is hosting a One Annapolis Ball to celebrate his win, tickets available for $100 on Eventbrite. Navy lost a heartbreaker 38-35, but it was an outstanding game. AACC is one of the top 150 community colleges in the nation competing for the Aspen Award. And Maryland's DNR has a locally sourced cookbook available!  Plus some pod news on a pair of bonus podcasts and our local business spotlights! Ann Alsina from CovingtonAlsina is here with your  Money Monday Report And as usual, George from DCMDVA Weather is here with your local weather forecast! Please download their APP so you can keep on top of the local weather scene! The Eye On Annapolis Daily News Brief is produced every Monday through Friday at 6:00 am and available wherever you get your podcasts and also on our social media platforms--All Annapolis and Eye On Annapolis (FB) and @eyeonannapolis (TW) NOTE: For hearing impaired subscribers, a full transcript is available on Eye On Annapolis  

Finding Your Shine
107. Taking One Step at a Time Towards the Life You Want with Regan Walsh

Finding Your Shine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 48:24


Regan Walsh is a life coach and best-selling author of http://heartboss.com (Heart Boss). The stories she tells carry lessons that all of us can resonate with and find value in. As the VP of Programming at Renegade Accelerator, she focuses on helping women who are over-programmed and underwhelmed to reclaim their lives – both personally and professionally. We're all running on this hamster wheel but we aren't sure what we're doing or why we feel so dissatisfied. Regan helps us get to the root of why that is, and more importantly, what we can do about it. We Chat About: How to listen to what we want to do Regan's burnout story Taking steps towards a new life Having grace for yourself as a parent Shutting out the “head trash” Resources: https://reganwalsh.com/ (reganwalsh.com) Read http://heartboss.com (Heart Boss) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/regan_walsh/ (@regan_walsh) | https://www.instagram.com/therenegadewomen/ (@therenegadewomen) Sponsors: https://www.movementunmeasured.com?ref=ninaboyce1 (Get a 7-day free trial for UNMEASURED Barre Membership) Connect With Me: Join my two free webinars: https://nourished-with-nina.ck.page/3cb8cdf71c (FAM for Birth Control) https://nourished-with-nina.ck.page/54964b5693 (FAM for Conception) https://www.tryinteract.com/share/quiz/6140e70afe8bbd00189a6081 (Is FAM Right For You? Free Quiz)! Course + Membership:  https://nourishedwithnina.com/luna-reclaim-your-cycle/ (LUNA: Reclaim Your Cycle) - Get $25 off with the code PODCAST Let's be friends on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nourishedwithnina/ (@nourishedwithnina) Healing Hormones is a production of http://crate.media (Crate Media)

Empowered Enneagram
Addiction, Healing in Group, & Belly Button Condiments: A Conversation with Type 7 Jordan Grob

Empowered Enneagram

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 60:50


This season is all about the Enneagram and work! In this episode, Hanna & Monica talk to Jordan Grob LCSW, LCAS, President of Operations and Programming at Elevate Wellness and Recovery. In all her 7 (maybe 8?) sparkle, she shares insight into her Enneagram journey opening Elevate Wellness and creating equitable LGBTQ+ mental health and addiction treatment. Love the podcast? We'd LOVE it if you helped us grow by writing a review! . . Keep up with us on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/empoweredenneagram/ . https://empoweredenneagram.com/ . Our Guest: Jordan Grob LCSW, LCAS https://www.elevatewellnessandrecovery.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Ninja Coaching Coast To Coast
Waking Up Early

Ninja Coaching Coast To Coast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 27:24


Today's episode is all about waking up early, what it means to you, and how it can help you become even more productive in your business. While starting your day off earlier than usual can take some getting used to, Matt and Garrett explain how you can gradually work your way up to a more disciplined morning routine and manage your evenings to better prepare for early wakeup times. Once you have made this shift, you'll be amazed at how much more work you can get done when you're free of distractions.   Our hosts talk about giving yourself something you want to wake up for in the morning, changing your belief system around getting up early, analyzing your day to find out when you are most productive, and resetting your mind and body to a positive energy before going to bed each night. If you need a boost throughout the day, Matt and Garrett have some great suggestions for you, including working out, going for a walk, enjoying an invigorating podcast, squeezing in a nap, or even blaring punk rock music. Of course, tea and coffee can come in handy as well!   When all else fails, try to remember who is counting on you to perform at your very best each day. This may help motivate you to prioritize an extra 30 to 60 minutes of personal development time in the morning, which sets you up to feel more energetic, inspired, and efficient for the rest of the day. As you'll hear, this can have an incredible impact on other areas of your life, and create healthy habits that will serve you well both personally and professionally.   Share your tips for waking up early by joining the Ninja Selling Podcast Facebook group where you can also ask questions and connect with other Ninjas. You can leave a voicemail with your direct feedback at 208 MY-NINJA. And visit Ninja Selling Events for more information about upcoming open installations. Or if you're interested in taking your goals a step further, visit Ninja Coaching to check out all of our amazing coaches.   Episode Highlights:  What does it mean to wake up early, and how can it help you be successful in your business? Waking up early will depend on each person and when you want your day to start It can help you get work done free of distractions and ease into your routine Matt and Garrett don't necessarily believe in the blanket statement that successful people wake up early, but they may have so much on the go that they are excited to wake up in the morning and get started The key to waking up early is managing your evenings - this is something you'll need to gradually build toward Try not to look at it as waking up early, but as waking up on time in order to get everything done that you want to accomplish You need to find what time works for you and when you feel most productive (e.g., Garrett's wife, Sarah, is most productive after the house goes quiet at night) This may change over time Building discipline around your sleep routine will enhance many other areas of your life Waking up early is not easy, and it will take some getting used to - try to incorporate activities that you look forward to, like morning affirmations or working out You can also try programming your brain to believe that you're going to get as much sleep as you need in order to feel wonderful and productive When you go to bed late, people tend to tell themselves, “I'm going to be exhausted tomorrow,” then it becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy A short nap can be helpful (especially if you have a newborn like Matt!) Giving yourself an extra 30 minutes each morning for personal development adds up over time Give yourself something you want to wake for - this creates a habit Journaling can also help you stay on track If you're having trouble feeling motivated, think about who is counting on you to perform at your very best every day   Quotes: “If I go past 6:30am, I'm laying there in bed with my eyes wide open going, Why am I still in bed?”   “I do think that if you want to fit more things in, it can certainly help to wake up earlier than you currently are.”   “It would be great if I could sit down and do that between 7 and 8am, but I have all these things in my life. It's like, well, do we need to wake up earlier to get those things done?”   “The key to waking up early is managing your evenings.”   “If I'm still stressfully answering emails or doing work at 10 o'clock, that's going to impact the wakeup time. So you do need to manage the evenings.”   “Building discipline around your sleep routine and your wakeup routine can also enhance so many other areas of your life.”   “I'm a huge proponent of having that space where you can get your body and mind right every morning.”   “The days that I do [wake up early], I run better than the days that I don't.”   “You can program your brain to say, Look, I've only got three hours here - my body's going to get exactly as much sleep as it needs so that I feel amazing when I wake up. Programming your brain like that is an amazing tool.”   “I want you to optimize your life the way that you want to have it.”   “You need to plan an environment where you have something you want to wake up for.”   “The interesting thing is, because of the habit of waking up twice a week for the podcast, I have now trained my brain that I wake up at five o'clock in the morning whether I like it or not.”   “This is not about waking up early and jumping into email. This is about waking up early and maximizing the time for yourself that is going to make you more productive with the rest of your day.”   Links:   www.TheNinjaSellingPodcast.com   Email us at    TSW@TheNinjaSellingPodcast.com   Leave a voicemail at (208) MY-NINJA   Ninja Selling www.NinjaSelling.com @ninjasellingofficial   Ninja Coaching: www.NinjaCoaching.com @ninja.coaching   Ninja Events www.NinjaSelling.com/Events    Garrett garrett@ninjacoaching.com @ninjaredding   Matt matt@ninjacoaching.com @matthewjbonelli   The Ninja Selling Podcast Facebook Group  

Farm to Market Podcast
Episode 138, Programming Better Beef

Farm to Market Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 29:17


Derrell visits with meat scientist Dr. Amanda Blair about her research on fetal programming and beef quality.

Axios Today
The push to diversify kids programming

Axios Today

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 10:32


In our latest installment of the Hard Truths series examining systemic racism in the U.S., we look at the renewed push to diversify children's TV shows. Guests: Axios reporter Oriana Gonzalez. Credits: “Axios Today” is brought to you by Axios and Pushkin Industries. This episode was produced by Nuria Marquez Martinez and edited by Alexandra Botti. Jeanne Montalvo is our sound engineer. Julia Redpath is our executive producer. Special thanks to editor-in-chief Sara Kehaulani Goo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Changelog
Shopify's vision for the future of commerce

The Changelog

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 72:25


Today we're joined by Ilya Grigorik to talk about Shopify's developer preview release of Hydrogen and the preview release of Oxygen which is in early access preview with select merchants on Shopify. Hydrogen is their React framework for dynamic, contextual, and personalized e-commerce. And Oxygen is Shopify's hosted V8 JavaScript worker runtime that leverages all of their platform with the hope of scaling millions of storefronts. We cover what developers can expect from the Hydrogen framework, Shopify's big bet on React Server Components, the future of Shopify at scale with Hydrogen powered by Oxygen, and a world where merchants never have to think about the complexities of scaling infrastructure.

Voices for Victory
Episode 37: A Conversation with Ilan Ben-Hanan

Voices for Victory

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 31:39


On today's episode, we talk with ESPN Senior Vice President of Programming and Acquisitions Ilan Ben-Hanan. Ilan is a three-time cancer survivor and was an instrumental voice in conceptualizing what is now ESPN's V Week. Ben-Hanan was initially reserved about sharing his personal cancer story with colleagues at ESPN, but was so moved by a speech from Mike Krzyzewski at the annual Dick Vitale Gala that he rose to his feet when Coach K called for survivors to stand.We talk with Ilan about his diagnoses, the first of which occurred as a senior in college, the mental toughness it takes when you face an additional diagnosis years later, and how V Week went from an idea to the fundraising and awareness giant it is today.Tune in for this year's V Week on ESPN beginning on #GivingTuesday (November 30) through Dec.13. And please consider a donation to life-saving cancer research at v.org/donate. 

Talk Python To Me - Python conversations for passionate developers
#341: 25 Pandas Functions You Didn't Know Existed

Talk Python To Me - Python conversations for passionate developers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 59:16


Do you do anything with Jupyter notebooks? If you do, there is a very good chance you're working with the pandas library. This is one of THE primary tools of anyone doing computational work or data exploration with Python. Yet, this library is massive and knowing the idiomatic way to use it can be hard to discover. That's why I've invited Bex Tuychiev to be our guest. He wrote an excellent article highlighting 25 idiomatic Pandas functions and properties we should all keep in our data toolkit. I'm sure there is something here for all of us to take away and use pandas that much better. Links from the show Bex Tuychiev: linkedin.com Bex's Medium profile: ibexorigin.medium.com Numpy 25 functions article: towardsdatascience.com missingno package: coderzcolumn.com Watch this episode on YouTube: youtube.com Episode transcripts: talkpython.fm ---------- Stay in touch with us ---------- Subscribe on YouTube (for live streams): youtube.com Follow Talk Python on Twitter: @talkpython Follow Michael on Twitter: @mkennedy Sponsors Shortcut Linode AssemblyAI Talk Python Training

Starting Strength Radio
Q&A Episode - TUBOW Manufacturing, Bunions, and Rip's Training

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 90:16


Rip answers questions from Starting Strength Network subscribers and fans. 1:33 Comments from the haters 11:52 The TUBOW supply 17:46 TRT for women 19:12 Programming for pregnancy 26:11 First firearm 38:38 Bunion surgery 40:35 I don't want to read the gray book 46:19 Car (automobile) 58:33 A question from a troll 01:01:11 A new book idea 01:02:09 Training with an odd work schedule 01:05:40 Growing your coaching business 01:14:45 The weather is turning 01:15:08 Living in a country without freedom 01:17:52 Rip's training day 01:22:02 Muscle mass and the press