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Marketplace All-in-One
Global growth outlook more optimistic for 2023, says IMF

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2023 8:22


Global growth is projected to be low in the coming year but beat previous expectations, a fresh report from the International Monetary Fund says. Optimism about inflation, loosening supply chain backlogs, and the re-opening of China are all contributing to rosier predictions. A check-in with the so-called “resolution economy,” which revolves primarily around people wanting to improve themselves in the new year. And, the French tech company Thales has launched a credit card that talks as an aid for people with visual impairments. Need some Econ 101? Sign up for our Marketplace Crash Course and get weekly lessons to complete at your own pace!

Marketplace Morning Report
Global growth outlook more optimistic for 2023, says IMF

Marketplace Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2023 8:22


The global economy is projected to be low in the coming year but beat previous expectations, a fresh report from the International Monetary Fund says. Optimism about inflation, loosening supply chain backlogs, and the re-opening of China are all contributing to rosier predictions. A check-in with the so-called “resolution economy,” which revolves primarily around people wanting to improve themselves in the new year. And, the French tech company Thales has launched a credit card that talks as an aid for people with visual impairments. Need some Econ 101? Sign up for our Marketplace Crash Course and get weekly lessons to complete at your own pace!

Hotel Bar Sessions
The History of Philosophy

Hotel Bar Sessions

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 57:02


The HBS hosts argue for the merits of studying the history of philosophy.In a recent essay, Hanno Sauer argued against the importance, for philosophy, of the history of philosophy. In summary, he presented a positivistic, scientistic model of philosophy, namely, that like physics, biology, and chemistry, philosophy has actually “made progress” on many of the issues that philosophy struggled with from Thales until relatively recently. Because of this progress, Sauer's argument goes, we do not need to study the history of philosophy. The model of the sciences shows why this is the case: in biology courses, no one is struggling with Aristotle, Linnaeus, or Mendel. In chemistry, no one pays attention to the history of alchemy, the theory of phlogiston, or the ether. In physics, no student learns Aristotle's theory of why bodies “fall,” or the medieval notion of “impetus.” Is Sauer right that philosophy has similarly progressed? Should philosophy leave its history to the historians? Then, beyond Sauer, we can add that the history of philosophy is a history of both dead white guys and the history of the victors. If the history of philosophy is ethno-centric, and therefore racist, if it is phallo-centric and therefore patriarchal, why should philosophy continue to engage it? Or is there something philosophically relevant about the history of philosophy? Full episode notes available at this link:http://hotelbarpodcast.com/podcast/episode-79-the-history-of-philosophy-------------------If you enjoy Hotel Bar Sessions podcast, please be sure to subscribe and submit a rating/review! Follow us on Twitter @hotelbarpodcast, on Facebook, and subscribe to our YouTube channel!You can also help keep this podcast going by supporting us financially at patreon.com/hotelbarsessions. 

The CGAI Podcast Network
Defence Deconstructed: Defence Industry and Labour Market Challenges

The CGAI Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 50:33


On this episode of Defence Deconstructed, Kathleen Monk speaks to Christine Clarkson, Bill Ferreira, and Jeff Tasseron about the current labour issues and how the defence industry adapting to them. This episode is an excerpt from our annual procurement conference, Putting Canadian Procurement on a War Footing, which took place on October 25th in Ottawa. This event was made possible thanks to the support of the Department of National Defence's MINDS Program, our strategic sponsors Lockheed Martin Canada, General Dynamics, Irving Shipbuilding, and Davie Shipyard; Silver Sponsors the Royal Embassy of Norway in Ottawa and Innovation Norway; Bronze sponsors ATCO Frontec, BAE Systems Canada, Bombardier, The Boeing Company, and PAL Aerospace. Participant bios Christine Clarkson is Director of Human Resources at Thales. Bill Ferreira has been Executive Director at BuildForce Canada since August 2017 Jeff Tasseron is a retired Royal Canadian Air Force Colonel and the Director of Strategic Growth and Acquisitions for CAE Defence & Security Canada. Host bios: Kathleen Monk is President of Monk + Associates, an independent public affairs agency and sit on the Canadian Global Affairs Institute's Advisory Council Dr. David Perry is President of the Canadian Global Affairs Institute – https://www.cgai.ca/david_perry Recording Date: 25 Oct 2022 Follow the Canadian Global Affairs Institute on Facebook, Twitter (@CAGlobalAffairs), or on LinkedIn. Head over to our website at www.cgai.ca for more commentary. Produced by Charlotte Duval-Lantoine. Music credits to Drew Phillips

Radio Jaén
Hoy por Hoy Jaén (20/12/2022)

Radio Jaén

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 94:41


Ya puedes escuchar 'Hoy por Hoy Jaén' del martes, 20 de diciembre con Carlos Alberca, concejal de Seguridad Ciudadana del Ayuntamiento de Jaén y las secciones 'Degusta Jaén' y 'El Ágora de Thales', entre otras.

Developing Classical Thinkers
Making It Stick: Thales Press Webinar with Matt Ogle and Winston Brady

Developing Classical Thinkers

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 61:01


The process of learning involves cooperation between the teacher and the student. Teachers traditionally spend a lot of time and energy learning and practicing their skills of communication and class management in order to improve their own ability to teach. It is less common that students put in the time to learn and practice the skills or best practices of learning itself. There are many potential reasons this is the case, but at Thales Academy, we advocate for students to take responsibility for their own learning since, after all, it is impossible to have a proxy do it for you. In this webinar, Matt Ogle and Winston Brady will present some findings from modern scientific research about how we learn and take in information, along with studying tips to help students make the most of their time in school. Learning is not accomplished unless information can remember that information when they need it, and we hope to inspire all students to learn more effectively and make durable lasting memories.

SMART TECH
SMART TECH du lundi 5 décembre 2022

SMART TECH

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 42:54


Lundi 5 décembre 2022, SMART TECH reçoit Nicolas Vanbremeersch (président, Renaissance Numérique) , Benoît Rottembourg (responsable du projet Regalia, Inria) , Juliette Mattioli (Senior Expert en Intelligence Artificielle, groupe Thales) et Olivia Strigari (directrice de la publication et cofondatrice, Les “Informelles”)

The Highwire with Del Bigtree
GLOBAL LEADERS PUSH FOR DIGITAL VAX CERTIFICATES

The Highwire with Del Bigtree

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 14:18


At the recent G20 Summit in Indonesia, world leaders convened to address issues relating to global finance, health, relations, and a declaration which could threaten freedom and liberty in nations around the world.

Choses à Savoir TECH
Lockbit : l'un des pirates fondateurs arrêté ?

Choses à Savoir TECH

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 2:57


 On l'a appris il y a quelques jours seulement, un pirate russo-canadien soupçonné d'être l'un des fondateurs du terrible ransomware Lockbit a été arrêté le 26 octobre au Canada. Un gros coup qui affectera sans doute les activités malveillantes liées à Lockbit, utilisé pour voler des données et paralyser les systèmes informatiques de grandes entreprises, voir même d'hôpitaux dans le monde, y compris en France. On vous résume tout ça dans cet épisode. C'est une prise quasi-exceptionnelle que vienne de faire les autorités canadiennes. En effet, elles ont arrêté un certain Mikhael Vasiliev, ressortissant russo-canadien de 33 ans, soupçonné d'être l'un des auteurs du fameux ransomware ou rançongiciel en français, le fameux Lockbit. Pour être précis, l'arrestation a été possible grâce à la collaboration de sept pays, sur une enquête qui a duré deux ans, avec en chef de file le FBI, Europol, la police canadienne et la gendarmerie française. Au total, l'homme serait impliqué dans plus de 2 000 attaques à travers le monde, et réclamait des rançons allant de 5 à 70 millions d'euros. Si vous ne connaissez pas le principe des rançongiciel, il s'agit comme son nom l'indique d'un logiciel que les pirates installent sur l'ordinateur de la victime, voir même sur un réseau entier, comme dans les entreprises, bloquant l'utilisation de l'appareil, et réclamant une rançon pour libérer les commandes, au risque que celles-ci soient tout simplement effacées si la rançon n'est pas versée aux pirates. Depuis son arrestation, Vasiliev ne se serait pas contenté seulement de faire du chantage avec Lockbit... il aurait également travaillé pour d'autres groupes de hackers, dont Blackcat, Ragnarlocker ou encore Darkside pour les connaisseurs. Ce dernier devrait prochainement être extradé vers les États-Unis. En France, le parquet de Paris indique que 115 des victimes sont françaises. Parmi les attaques ayant eu lieu dans l'Hexagone, on se souvient évidemment de l'attaque ayant visé l'hôpital de Corbeil-Essonnes, dont les systèmes informatiques ont été paralysés cet été. L'hôpital n'ayant pas versé la rançon de 10 millions de dollars demandée, les hackers ont publié les données volées. Ceci dit, l'hôpital ne s'en est pas sorti à si bon compte, puisqu'une enveloppe de près de 7 millions d'euros est désormais nécessaire pour complètement reconstruire le système informatique et le sécuriser... une opération qui ne devrait pas être achevée avant la fin de l'année 2023 À noter que le groupe derrière Lockbit continue de sévir malgré l'arrestation de Vasiliev. Depuis l'arrestation, Thales et le fabricant de pneu Continental ont annoncé avoir été victimes de Lockbit. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Cybercrime Magazine Podcast
Ransomware Minute. Legal Aid ACT, Michigan Public Schools, Thales. Scott Schober, WCYB Digital Radio

Cybercrime Magazine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 1:56


The Ransomware Minute is a rundown of the latest ransomware attacks & news, brought to you by CyberArk. Listen to the podcast weekly and read it daily at https://ransomwareminute.com • CyberArk is the global leader in Identity Security. Centered on privileged access management, CyberArk provides the most comprehensive security offering for any identity – human or machine. To learn more about our sponsor CyberArk, visit https://cyberark.com

Les Cast Codeurs Podcast
LCC 288 - L'épisode marathon mastodonien

Les Cast Codeurs Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 101:47


Dans ce long épisode, retrouvez Emmanuel, Guillaume, Antonio et Arnaud qui reviennent sur les dernières sorties de GraalVM, GoLang, JBanking, Spring, Spring Modulith, Quarkus, Apache Maven. Vous retrouverez aussi de nombreux sujets infrastructure, cloud, méthodologie le tout accompagné d’un pachyderme très à la mode en ce moment: Mastodon. Enregistré le 18 novembre 2022 Téléchargement de l'épisode LesCastCodeurs-Episode–288.mp3 News Langages Alina Yurenko annonce la sortie de GraalVM 22.3 https://medium.com/graalvm/graalvm–22–3-is-here-jdk–19-builds-jlink-support-new-monitoring-features-and-more-f6e2b2eeff95 l'article mentionne l'annonce faite à JavaOne qu'Oracle contribue GraalVM CE à la communauté Open JDK https://www.graalvm.org/2022/openjdk-announcement/ support du JDK 19 possibilité de télécharger facilement (dans un script) la distribution avec un one-line (bash/curl) possibilité de compiler jWebserver en un exécutable natif diverses améliorations sur le monitoring et l'expérience développeur de native image (JFR, jvmstat, head dump…) nouvelles versions des reachability metadata nouvelle API native image et diverses autres updates sur le support de Python, de Ruby, des contributions de la communauté Go fête ses 13 ans https://go.dev/blog/13years avec la grosse release de 1.18, avec le support des workspaces, du fuzzing, mais surtout des generics aussi une commande govuln qui fait analyse statique - intéressant la notion d'outil dans le langage les build go sont vérouillés vu qu'ils reconstruisent tout et qu'ils dépendent d'un sha1 pour les dependences git et beaucoup plus de choses ici https://go.dev/blog/supply-chain workspace qui permet de travailler sur plusieurs modules en parallèle sans avoir a changer tous les go.mod à la main Librairies Sortie de JBanking 4 par Marc Wrobel https://www.marcwrobel.fr/sortie-de-jbanking–4–0–0 Une librairie utilitaire pour assister dans le développement d'applications bancaires Support des codes ISO des pays, des monnaies, des codes BIC, des IBAN, et aussi du calendrier des jours fériés des banques internationales Spring Modulith, un projet expérimental d'Oliver Drotbohm, qui permet de s'assurer de la structure et architecture de ses projets Spring, par exemple pour vérifier les dépendances propres entre modules, pour bien structurer ses applications Spring Boot https://spring.io/blog/2022/10/21/introducing-spring-modulith Une version alpha de Quarkus 3 arrive ! https://quarkus.io/blog/road-to-quarkus–3/ Plein d'upgrades : Hibernate ORM 6, Jakarta EE 10, Eclipse MicroProfile 6, HTTP/3, io_uring, Virtual Threads de Loom et Structured Concurrency, java.util.concurrent.Flow pour s'affranchir de Reactive Streams Version cible Java 11, mais recommendation d'utiliser Java 17 les versions 3 seront en parallèle des versions 2 le temps que l’écosystème passe à la 3, notamment les dependences jakartaee peut essayer facilement depuis la CLI quarkus create app --stream=3.0 quelques casse de compatibilités attendues mais minimisées, spécialement dans le core garde java 11 car demande de la communauté Spring 6.0 est sorti https://spring.io/blog/2022/11/16/spring-framework–6–0-goes-ga Java 17+ de base Jakarta EE 9+ Hibernate 6+ foundations pour Ahead of Time transformations pour GraalVM Exploration des threads virtuels https://spring.io/blog/2022/10/11/embracing-virtual-threads tester sur les threads servlets et autre SpringBoot arrive plus tard Détail des changements https://github.com/spring-projects/spring-framework/wiki/What%27s-New-in-Spring-Framework–6.x/ Infrastructure Stop using CPU limits on Kubernetes https://home.robusta.dev/blog/stop-using-cpu-limits L'auteur fait une comparaison amusante avec le besoin de boire de l'eau ! Il vaut mieux définir des requêtes (des besoins en eau / CPU), plutôt que des limites (pas le droit de boire plus / d'utiliser plus de CPU) c'est plus nuancé que ca, parce que aux cas limites des choses peuvent mal se passer cas 1: on atteind 100% d'usage. Le process avait définit un request mais en fait a besoin de plus en pratique, et là paf il se met à mal fonctionner, donc dès que votre systeme stresse, vous avez des erreurs en cascade cas 2: un ou plusieurs noeuds sont recyclés, ce qui veut dire que vous avez beaucoup de redémarrages de pods et du coup ca met la pression sur le CPU, tester ces cas là, certaines applis qui démarrent trop lentement ont tendance à tomber en cascade Comment faire des attaques d'injection sur les intelligences artificielles qui recoivent du contenu utilisateur https://hackaday.com/2022/09/16/whats-old-is-new-again-gpt–3-prompt-injection-attack-affects-ai/ le jeu est de donner des phrases ambigues qui font faire à l'IA des choses qu'elle n'est pas sensé faire un des outils c'est ignore les instructions au dessus et fait un truc que je veux que tu fasses et qui n'est pas dans ta programmation initiale Voir toucher l'intention initiale de l'AI (lui faire dire) et donc d'atteindre des sphères non publiques du service Mastodon et la scalabilité https://framablog.org/2022/11/13/de-la-friture-sur-le-fediverse/ la decentralisatione et le protocole Mastodon est couteux en job donc une personne moderement populaire 27k personnes, devrait bouger vers son instance dédiée ce qui amènerait à couter assez cher par mois (en tous cas plus que 8$/mois) L’auteur explique que les devs devraient favorier un protocol fortement decentraliser plutot qu’optimiser pour les grosses instances un article qui couvre la configuration aux petits oignons de Sidekiq, qui traite les queues de tâches, pour scaler une instance Mastodon https://nora.codes/post/scaling-mastodon-in-the-face-of-an-exodus/ Rollouts de release a l’échelle avec Argo (rollback options) https://monzo.com/blog/2022/11/02/argo-rollouts-at-scale/ gros investissement sur ArgoCD Mais encore release à la main par les ingenieurs et tout ou rien pour une application idealement: push dans git et oublie, prometheus metriques dirigent le rollout basé sur des alertes génériques, garder le sisteme ouvert pour des stratégies de rollout alternatives dans le futur basé sur Argo Rollouts et sur des erreurs generiques (20% de calls en erreur, beaucoup d’erreurs de base de donnees, crashs notifie dans slack en async du success ou de l’echec interessant de voir qu’ils s’appuient sur des metriques simples Lessons apprises migration est un gros job automatiser la migration au maximum meme si c’est un one shot change le moteurt avant de changer l’UX (progressive rollout) ca simplifie les chosez Cloud Google adopte progressivement Adoptium Temurin comme version officielle de JDK dans ses produits https://glaforge.appspot.com/article/building-and-deploying-java–17-apps-on-cloud-run-with-cloud-native-buildpacks-on-temurin nous avions mentionné l'annonce de ce support dans l'épisode précédent https://blog.adoptium.net/2022/10/adoptium-welcomes-google/ dans l'article de Guillaume, il utilise les Cloud Native Buildpacks, configuré pour utiliser Java 17, et par défaut, c'est bien Temurin qui est utilisé quand on build à partir des sources dans l'exemple, une application Micronaut, développée avec Java 17, est déployée sur Google Cloud Run Pourquoi on quitte le Cloud https://world.hey.com/dhh/why-we-re-leaving-the-cloud–654b47e0 témoignage de DHH de 37Signal (basecamp et hey) Les 30% de marges d'Amazon viennent de quelque part. On dépense 500k en RDS et ES. On peut acheter beaucoup de machines pour ce prix La réduction des ops est un mythe. On a autant de personnes gérant les services AWS ou Google Cloud Le gain pourrait être la micro startup qui ne sait pas si elle aura des clients ou les volumes de demandes très variables et imprédictibles Mais on a une croissance planifiée Donc on rapatrie Présentation de Mickaël Roger de Thales, enregistrée à Cloud Nord, qui explique le fonctionnement de l'offre S3NS de Thales et Google Cloud pour le “cloud de confiance” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OBwBeqd-YFs Web Est-ce que le Web3 peut battre le cloud ? https://blog.scottlogic.com/2022/10/31/can-web3-beat-the-cloud.html Le Web3 est une autre approche pour des applications décentralisées, ce n'est pas un successeur du Web 2.0 classique, et il a généralement besoin du Web 2.0 pour offrir une interface à ses utilisateurs Ce n'est pas que pour faire des cryptomonnaies qui gâchent de l'électricité, ou des NFTs qui ne donnent pas vraiment de titre de propriété d'une oeuvre d'art Dans cet article, l'auteur essaie d'implémenter une fonctionnalité (le fait de pouvoir rajouter des “applaudissements” à un article, un peu comme sur Medium), en implémentant un smart contract en Web3. Mais il se heurte à plein d'écueils le long de sa route, à la dépendance à plein d'autres services, au fait que ce n'est pas la personne qui “vote” qui devrait payer l'action mais celui qui héberge. Au final, il est obligé d'ajouter plein d'adhérences qui font qu'au lieu d'être décentralisée, l'application dépends de trop d'autres services, et a finalement besoin du Web 2.0 pour fonctionner, et du Cloud L'autre déconvenue est sur le prix de chacune des transactions, qui est finalement exorbitant par rapport à une approche Web 2.0 classique Décentralisation amène de la lenteur (latence) Objectifs du Web3 c'est d'etre le propriétaire de ses processes et ses data et de mettre des agents qui interagissent avec des données Outillage Comment debugguer les images Docker slim ou distroless https://iximiuz.com/en/posts/docker-debug-slim-containers/ Les images slim / distroless sont sympas car elles permettent d'avoir des petits conteneurs qui ne prennent pas trop de place, qui parfois sont plus rapides à charger, mais également qui exposent une surface d'attaque beaucoup plus faible Par contre, comme il n'y a pas tous les outils (parfois pas de shell, par exemple), c'est plus compliqué de comprendre ce qu'il se passe à l'intérieur quand quelque chose ne fonctionne pas L'article propose quelques approches pour pallier à cela : Installer des outils à la demande dans un conteneur qui tourne (à coup de apt-get) Passer temporairement à une image plus grosse et plus complète (par ex, distroless a des images avec un tag debug) Utiliser docker run avec un shared namespace Utiliser docker exec et un mount Podman Desktop, une alternative à Docker Desktop, mais utilisant podman https://podman-desktop.io/ Docker annonce une technical preview de conteneurs WASM https://www.docker.com/blog/docker-wasm-technical-preview/ nouveau packaging qui wrap un exécutable WASM et le fait tourner avec le runtime wasmEdge c'est un nouveau type de conteneur il y a beaucoup d'activité autour de WASM, et il y a eu de nombreuses annonces et démonstration lors de la conférence CloudNativeCon et le jour spécial sur WASM, lors de KubeCon https://www.infoq.com/news/2022/11/cloud-native-wasm-day/ docker utilise Docker Desktop et docker engine pour demarrer des “shim" Ses shim (processeS) lancent soit runc (donc pour faire tourner un containeur) soit wasmedge pour faire tourner des modules wasm Donc docker s'éloigne des container et essaie de toucher l'orchestration Un petit tutoriel utilisant Docker et YouTube-dl pour récupérer / consulter les stats (views, likes) de vos vidéos (ou d'autres) sur YouTube https://glaforge.appspot.com/article/retrieve-youtube-views-count-with-youtube-dl-jq-and-a-docker-container Apache Maven propose une extension de “build cache” (qui devrait accélérer les builds, sans tout tout le temps recompiler) https://maven.apache.org/extensions/maven-build-cache-extension/ basé sur une clé construite des sources, des plugins etc par module permet paralelisation et de deploiement sur des agents genre dans le cloud on controle les regles de contournement des invarients (genre changement de compile, timestamp dans les manifests etc) Le guide complet pour publier une librairie Java sur Maven Central https://maciejwalkowiak.com/blog/guide-java-publish-to-maven-central/ Y compris l'intégration avec Github Actions et l'utilisation de Github Secrets pour les clés PGP Et enfin la configuration de JReleaser pour encore faciliter la tâche lorsque l'on pousse une nouvelle version Apache Maven 4.0.0-alpha–2 is out https://maven.apache.org/docs/4.0.0-alpha–2/release-notes.html améliorations cli: --also-make , --resume (plus besoin de pré ciser d'où le build doit recommencer), --non-recursive, --fail-on-severity Utilisation du même timestamps dans tous les modules build/consumer POMs (versioning automatique du parent, versioning automatique des dépendances dans le réacteur, détection automatique des sous modules) new maven 4 api et beaucoup d'autres choses: https://issues.apache.org/jira/secure/ReleaseNote.jspa?version=12351403&projectId=12316922 Data Faker le nouveau générateur de données de test https://github.com/datafaker-net/datafaker C'est un fork de Java Faker https://github.com/DiUS/java-faker Tout ça inspiré de Ruby Faker https://github.com/faker-ruby/faker La boite australienne qui l'avait créé ne maintenait plus le projet, ne le publiait plus dans Maven Central et il y avait des centaines de PRs Vous pouvez générer des données de centaines de provider (ex. adresse, compte bancaire, livres, films, etc) https://github.com/datafaker-net/datafaker#providers en plusieurs langues Exécuter facilement des programmes Java avec dépendances, sans build, avec JBang https://maciejwalkowiak.com/blog/single-file-java-with-jbang/ Dans la même veine que ce que Groovy propose depuis de nombreuses années avec sons système @Grapes qui récupère les dépendances nécessaires L'article montre un exemple simple, puis avec Spring Boot, comment faire un JAR aussi, voire comment conteneurisé sa petite appli Architecture Amélie Benoit continue ses fabuleux sketchnotes sur le thème des design patterns https://twitter.com/AmelieBenoit33/status/1587397290251149312 celui ci est sur le pattern Adapter il y a eu aussi le pattern Builder https://twitter.com/AmelieBenoit33/status/1584778615610228737 l'Observer https://twitter.com/AmelieBenoit33/status/1579706242318360576 ou le Singleton https://twitter.com/AmelieBenoit33/status/1570313646605234177 https://twitter.com/AmelieBenoit33/status/1589869904404316162 Un petit coup de décorateur https://twitter.com/AmelieBenoit33/status/1592468635599372289 35 misconceptions sur les dates et les heures https://www.meziantou.net/misconceptions-about-date-and-time.htm y a t'il toujours 24 heures par jour, 60 secondes dans une minute? ou 365 jours par an ? est-ce que les jours sont toujours consécutifs ? tout le monde a t'il le même calendrier ? lundi est il le premier jour de la semaine ? Méthodologies Interview d'un designer sur comment enlever la friction https://review.firstround.com/amazons-friction-killing-tactics-to-make-products-more-seamless?ct=t designer a Amazon (Music, Alexa), IMDB, Skype for Business types de fictions (choses non familières, friction inhérente - produit avancé - et chemin de friction important, friction par desalignement avec le comportement humain) la troisième catégorie difficile à anticiper en construisant des produits: on ajoute, enlève ou marque des frictions C'est sur le chemin du client Avant le premier contact Signature et premiere tâche transactionnelle (bien choisir la tache pour etre assez simple et ce que l'utilisateur répète) Premier moment de plaisir (regarder les points contre intuitifs dans les données, ou les cas d'utilisation en echec) l'indifférence genre la friction la plus importante pour les nouveaux produits Comment écouter son utilisateur? habitat naturel: sondes dans l'appli, tests chez l'utilisateur en milieu reel en utilisation du produit mentions et revues: aussi métriques d'usage (choses inhabituelles ou inattendues) standard de l'industrie: attentes des clients façonné par ça (barre de recherche en haut) Toujours migrer son audience vers le chemin de moindre resistance Comment éliminer la friction? réduire l'anxiété: décision et perte amènent de l'anxiété. supprimer les étapes non nécessaires: définir la liste des decisions du client et les questionner. (Heuristiques par defaut?) mitiger le changement de contexte: naviguer hors de l'appli pour faire quelque chose, risque d'abandon. Arrêter un livre pour lire un mot dans le dictionnaire, faciliter le retour et le rappel du contexte quand ils reviennent. Comment masquer la friction? temps d'attente: trouver de la valeur (message d'information) bouger la friction au début dans les services (carte credit tout de suite) s’ils investissent dans leur experience (vote), ils sont plus engagés et loyaux: friction positive : sense d'appartenance Glossaire et aide-mémoire sur l'approche de l'Event Storming https://github.com/ddd-crew/eventstorming-glossary-cheat-sheet Si vous ne connaissez pas event storming, ça ne va pas vous éclairer assez plutôt un outil pour rafraichir votre mémoire voir aussi episode sur event storming https://lescastcodeurs.com/2020/06/05/lcc–233-interview-sur-l-event-storming-avec-thomas-pierrain-et-bruno-boucard/ Sécurité Sigstore passe en General Availability, en version 1 https://opensource.googleblog.com/2022/10/sigstore-project-announces-general-availability-and-v1-releases.html Sujet également couvert par InfoQ https://www.infoq.com/news/2022/11/sigstore-stability-ga/ Sigstore est la pour aider au niveau de la sécurisation de la supply chain de code Notamment au niveau des signatures Ca addresse ce que fait PGP amis le rend plus utilisable et permet un usage supplémentaire par un log lisible par tous Plus d'infos dans une interview on espère Loi, société et organisation La proposition de loi sur la sécurisation de l'open source aux Etats-Unis https://blog.tidelift.com/tidelift-advisory-us-senators-introduce-the-securing-open-source-software-act-of–2022 (edited) Holly Cummins sur le sujet du code vestimentaire des femmes dans la tech https://hollycummins.com/fashion-and-programming-ii/ Pourquoi en 2023 on a encore autant d'abrutis qui font des remarques sur les vêtements que portent les femmes qui font des présentations à des conférences, et pire, sur le fait de savoir si elles sont à leur goût ou pas La tenue vestimentaire n'a rien à voir avec le talent, les connaissances, le professionnalisme, l'expertise des personnes Les femmes ont le droit de porter les vêtements qu'elles veulent sans être jugées par des idiots qui feraient mieux de retourner dans leur caverne Avec le rachat de Twitter par Elon Musk, beaucoup de gens commencent à s'intéresser de plus près à Mastodon. On trouve de nombreux articles sur Mastodon ces jours ci https://gorillasun.de/blog/getting-started-with-mastodon et vous, avez vous un compte sur Mastodon ? quelle instance avez-vous choisie ? quels outils (client, mobile, web, etc) utilisez vous ? Pour ma part je n’ai pas de compte Mastodon (je n’utilise pas twitter non plus). J’ai rapidement regardé ce matin ça n’est pas facile de trouver une instance : celles que j’ai regardé ont fermé les inscriptions (d’après ce que j’ai pu lire à cause de problèmes pour gérer l’afflux de nouveaux utilisateurs, à cause de l’augmentation de la création de comptes spam, ou dans l’objectif de répartir les utilisateurs sur d’autres instances moins connues). Du coup j’ai pour le moment abandonné l’idée de me créer un compte. Le site JavaBubble liste plein de développeurs Java qui ont maintenant un compte sur Mastodon https://javabubble.org/ Les Cast Codeurs sur Mastodon : @agoncal@fosstodon.org @aheritier@mastodon.social @glaforge@uwyn.net @emmanuelbernard@mamot.fr Conférences La liste des conférences provenant de Developers Conferences Agenda/List par Aurélie Vache et contributeurs : 23–25 novembre 2022 : Agile Grenoble 2022 - Grenoble (France) 25 novembre 2022 : HACK-IT-N 2022 - Bordeaux (France) 1 décembre 2022 : Devops DDay #7 - Marseille (France) 2 décembre 2022 : BDX I/O - Bordeaux (France) 2 décembre 2022 : DevFest Dijon 2022 - Dijon (France) 14–16 décembre 2022 : API Days Paris - Paris (France) & Online 15–16 décembre 2022 : Agile Tour Rennes - Rennes (France) 19–20 janvier 2023 : Touraine Tech - Tours (France) 25–28 janvier 2023 : SnowCamp - Grenoble (France) 2 février 2023 : Very Tech Trip - Paris (France) 2 février 2023 : AgiLeMans - Le Mans (France) 9–11 février 2023 : World AI Cannes - Cannes (France) 16–19 février 2023 : PyConFR - Bordeaux (France) 7 mars 2023 : Kubernetes Community Days France - Paris (France) 23–24 mars 2023 : SymfonyLive Paris - Paris (France) 5–7 avril 2023 : FIC - Lille Grand Palais (France) 12–14 avril 2023 : Devoxx France - Paris (France) 10–12 mai 2023 : Devoxx UK - London (UK) 12 mai 2023 : AFUP Day Lille & Lyon (France) 12–13 octobre 2023 : Volcamp 2023 - Clermont Ferrand (France) Nous contacter Pour réagir à cet épisode, venez discuter sur le groupe Google https://groups.google.com/group/lescastcodeurs Contactez-nous via twitter https://twitter.com/lescastcodeurs Faire un crowdcast ou une crowdquestion Soutenez Les Cast Codeurs sur Patreon https://www.patreon.com/LesCastCodeurs Tous les épisodes et toutes les infos sur https://lescastcodeurs.com/

The Get Cyber Resilient Show
Ep 118 | Behind the Cyber News: 22nd of November 2022

The Get Cyber Resilient Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 33:39


On this week's ep, the team kick off with a review of the latest developments and impacts from the Medibank and Optus breaches. We then investigate the Thales data breach that wasn't through their IT systems as well as another win for the good guys with the arrest of 59 suspected scammers across Europe. We then wrap up of the latest breaches and vulnerabilities to make the headlines. Check out some of our latest articles: Securing Australia's cyber future Part 1: The big breach nightmare The big idea: why IP cyber theft is a bigger risk than you think How a recession could hit your cyber defences Or subscribe to our free monthly newsletter!

BACON BITS with Master Happiness
The Philosophy of BACON!

BACON BITS with Master Happiness

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 57:14


Philosophy is the “Love of Wisdom” and is defined as the study of the fundamental nature of knowledge, reality, and existence, especially when considered as an academic discipline. It is about trying to figure things out and always asking, “WHY?” Philosophy was born out of curiosity, a little fear, and an unquenchable craving to understand. Over time, philosophy led to mathematics and science. It was tied closely to religion and was the basis for the political systems that we know today. After 1,000s of years, have we figured out how to be happy? B - Before Socrates (470-399 BC), there were a few deep thinkers like Thales who contemplated the simplicity of the material world. Thought everything was made of water. This was the introduction to RATIONAL thinking. “Everything must have a logical reason for being.” Pythagoras was the numbers guy and believed that our souls were immortal. This led to Socrates who helped establish DEBATE and the pursuit of truth. Hat's off to Plato (a student of Socrates) who pushed for more education. A – Aristotle (384-322 BC) pushed for more formal education, observation, and rational decision making. Aristotle has been called the father of logic, biology, political science, zoology, embryology, natural law, scientific method, rhetoric, psychology, realism, criticism, individualism, teleology, and meteorology. He was the Father of Persuasion, Ethos, Pathos, and Logo. One of his students was Alexander the Great, warrior, Scientist, and Philosopher. He conquered the world and spread the word. C – Cynics, Skeptics, Stoics, and Epicureans – New group of Philosophers emerge. Cynics said that we don't need money to be happy, just be virtuous. Sceptics had a “see it to believe it” attitude. Stoics believe that we are all equal. God has got a plan, so be good. Epicureans say, “There is no afterlife, so plan for the future but be sure to enjoy today!” O - Origen (185-253 AD) – Scholar and Theologian. He has been described as "the greatest genius the early church ever produced" Believed in the preexistence of Souls. Contributed to the development of the understanding of the Holy Trinity. Example of Knowledge and Faith. N - Newton (1642-1726) – “If I have seen further, it is by standing on the shoulders of giants.” He was talking about guys like Copernicus and Galileo Galilei. Invented Calculus and formulated the Theory of Gravity. Considered the biggest leap from Philosophy to Modern Science. Special Shoutout to Sir Francis Bacon (1561-1626) and the Scientific Method. Define the Question, Make a Prediction, Gather Data, Analyze the Data, and Draw Conclusions. Happiness, Community, and Rationalism, do we need anything else? www.MasterHappiness.com www.WhatsYourBacon.com #SalesCoach #EmployeeRetention #Keynote #Career #Relationships #MasterHappiness #Jalove #Bacon #WRLR #BaconBits #MartyJalove #WhatsYourBACON #Philosophy

Cyber, cyber...
Cyber, Cyber… – 289 – Raport (17.11.2022 r.) – Thales Group ofiarą ransomware

Cyber, cyber...

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 9:47


Cyber, Cyber… Raport to specjalna edycja naszego podcastu. Od poniedziałku do piątku relacjonujemy dla Was najważniejsze wydarzenia z zakresu działań podejmowanych w cyberprzestrzeni. Dzisiejszy odcinek poprowadziła Ewa Matusiak. Zapraszamy! Dzisiejsze tematy: Prywatna korespondencja co najmniej dwóch polityków Mołdawii już nie jest prywatna Thales Group ofiarą ransomware; Źródło 2 Czy trzeba zamazywać tablice rejestracyjne pojazdu? Jak Disneyland More

Cyber Security Headlines
Android lockscreen bypass, Lockbit hits Thales, FTX funds disappear

Cyber Security Headlines

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 8:28


Android phone owner accidentally finds a way to bypass lock screen Thales hit by Lockbit 3.0 again At least $1 billion of client funds missing at FTX And now a word from our sponsor, AppOmni Can you name all the third party apps connected to your major SaaS platforms like Salseforce and Microsoft? What about the data these apps can access? After all, one compromised third party app could put your entire SaaS ecosystem at risk.  With AppOmni, you get visibility to all third party apps, including which end users have enabled them, and the level of data access they've been granted. Visit AppOmni.com to request a free risk assessment.  For the stories behind the headlines, head to CISOseries.com.

No es un día cualquiera
No es un día cualquiera- El planeta Marsmallow- Manuel Toharia- La noticia de la ciencia- 13-11-2022

No es un día cualquiera

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 12:00


Con Manuel Toharia hablamos del descubrimiento de nuevos planetas, concretamente de uno que en Estados Unidos ha sido bautizado como Marshmallow (malvavisco) por lo ligero que es. Y en el tiempo de “Poesía y ciencia”, nuestro experto nos acerca una creación de Les Luthiers: “El teorema de Thales”. Escuchar audio

AR Show with Jason McDowall
Eric Marcellin-Dibon and Mark Prince (MicroOLED) on Developing AR Glasses for Athletes Using Innovative OLED Displays

AR Show with Jason McDowall

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 74:57


Eric Marcellin-Dibon is the Co-founder and CEO of MicroOLED, and Mark Prince is the General Manager for ENGO product line. MicroOLED is a company that develops high-performance OLED microdisplays for near-to-eye applications. Power efficiency and brightness are two areas where they excel, and the company is bringing that display technology to life through the ENGO Eyewear product line.Eric studied physics, optics, and electronics in grad school before working on visual systems for defense contractor Thales. He then went on to work at, what is today named Technicolor, but back then was Thomson, on imager technologies and strategic sourcing. The company MicroOLED grew out of the work at Thomson Technicolor.Mark spent the majority of his career in sales and marketing—initially in the ski industry, and then in technology and connected devices. Recent experiences include Head of Retail for Nokia Health, VP of Consumer Business for Withinings, and CEO of Qardio, a health monitoring technology company. Now he's the General Manager of the ENGO product line and the Chief Business Officer of MicroOLED.In this conversation, we discuss how MicroOLED competes against Sony as well as their initial focus for the ENGO product line. More generally, Eric talks about his perspective on what will enable AR glasses to achieve mass adoption.We go on to discuss the concept of “light AR”, the thinking behind the full-stack platform offered by MicroOLED called ActiveLook, and their go-to-market strategy. We also discuss the types of early use cases that will motivate users to buy.You can find all of the show notes at thearshow.com, and become a patron at patreon.com/theARshow.

SMART TECH
SMART TECH du lundi 7 novembre 2022

SMART TECH

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 43:11


Lundi 7 novembre 2022, SMART TECH reçoit Juliette Mattioli (Senior Expert en Intelligence Artificielle, Thales group) , Nathalie Aufauvre (Directrice générale de la stabilité financière et des opérations, Banque de France) , Marc-Henri Desportes (Directeur Général Adjoint, Worldline) et Olivia Strigari (directrice de la publication et co-fondatrice, Les “Informelles”)

Defence Connect Podcast
SPOTLIGHT: Veteran transition into defence industry, with Daniel Keighran VC and Peter Bull

Defence Connect Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 18:00


In this episode of the Defence Connect Spotlight podcast, Daniel Keighran VC, account manager - key capabilities at Thales, and Peter Bull, vice president - digital systems at Thales, join host Phil Tarrant to discuss veteran transition into defence industry. The podcast begins by unpacking Thales' support for the veteran community, including their support to critical veteran charities, and how Australia's veterans and their unique skills support corporate Australia.  The guests then provide essential tips to Australia's veterans who are looking to transition into the civilian community. The podcast wraps up with a discussion of how industry can streamline the move from fulltime service into defence industry. Enjoy the podcast, The Defence Connect Team  

Defence Connect Podcast
SPOTLIGHT: Building a hypersonics industry, with Duncan Watt and Mat Jones

Defence Connect Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 24:38


In this episode of the Defence Connect Spotlight podcast, Duncan Watt, general manager of guided weapons and hypersonics at Thales, and Mat Jones, head of future business at BAE Systems Australia, join host Phil Tarrant to discuss how the companies have teamed up to build a sovereign hypersonics and guided weapons capability. The podcast begins with a discussion of the Thales and BAE Systems Australia partnership, where homegrown intellectual property is being utilised to build a unique missile solution. They continue discussing how Australia is well positioned to develop hypersonic deterrent, having maintained significant research from Nulka and the Evolved SeaSparrow. Watt and Jones also discuss the broader concept of hypersonic deterrence, explaining that the industry is not simply aiming to develop one single prototype but an entire industrial ecosystem to produce capabilities at scale.    Enjoy the podcast, The Defence Connect Team

Empathy Always Wins with Ally Salama
#66. Why Giving up 15Million Dollars was the best decision in his life with Kevin Shah

Empathy Always Wins with Ally Salama

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 36:43


Kevin Shah AKA, Captain Empathy, is focused on creating a world where people seek to understand one another by making empathy a daily habit. He believes empathy is the superpower we all can learn and become superheroes. His experience navigating toxic spaces in tech as a product leader and facilitating inclusive spaces workshops led him to create the world's first and only Empathy Gym app and program called Jaago. He has led global product teams and delivered impactful and successful first-of-kind products in aviation (at Thales), public safety (at Axon), and now at T-Mobile. He had taken products from 0 to 1 and then 1 to 10X scale. His product SyncUP KIDS Watch at T-Mobile was rated number 1 Kids Watch in 2022 in US beating Apple and Verizon. He believes in injecting empathy in everything we do and delivering products and experiences that enable customers to feel reflected in the product experience. He gave up a $15 million dollar compensation contract after the murder of George Floyd and left the tech for law enforcement industry. He is leading a team of approximately 40 people overseeing T-Mobile's consumer IOT product teams. - About Ally Salama Forbes 30 Under 30: https://www.forbesmiddleeast.com/lists/30-under-30-2021/ally-salama/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/allysalama/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/allysalama/ To be Featured Email ally@empwrhouse.com --- Support the show by dropping us a rating and review on Apple Podcast! ©Ally Salama 2022 | Produced by EMPWR House

Empathy Always Wins with Ally Salama
#66. Why Giving up 15Million Dollars was the best decision in his life with Kevin Shah

Empathy Always Wins with Ally Salama

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 36:07


Kevin Shah AKA, Captain Empathy, is focused on creating a world where people seek to understand one another by making empathy a daily habit. He believes empathy is the superpower we all can learn and become superheroes. His experience navigating toxic spaces in tech as a product leader and facilitating inclusive spaces workshops led him to create the world's first and only Empathy Gym app and program called Jaago. He has led global product teams and delivered impactful and successful first-of-kind products in aviation (at Thales), public safety (at Axon), and now at T-Mobile. He had taken products from 0 to 1 and then 1 to 10X scale. His product SyncUP KIDS Watch at T-Mobile was rated number 1 Kids Watch in 2022 in US beating Apple and Verizon. He believes in injecting empathy in everything we do and delivering products and experiences that enable customers to feel reflected in the product experience. He gave up a $15 million dollar compensation contract after the murder of George Floyd and left the tech for law enforcement industry. He is leading a team of approximately 40 people overseeing T-Mobile's consumer IOT product teams. -About Ally SalamaForbes 30 Under 30: https://www.forbesmiddleeast.com/lists/30-under-30-2021/ally-salama/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/allysalama/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/allysalama/To be Featured Email ally@empwrhouse.com---Support the show by dropping us a rating and review on Apple Podcast!©Ally Salama 2022 | Produced by EMPWR House

Quantum
Quantum 42 : Prix Nobel et actualités d'octobre

Quantum

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 55:42


Prix Nobel d'Alain AspectBelle surprise le 4 octobre dernier avec le prix Nobel d'Alain Aspect. Pour la petite histoire, c'est le premier scientifique que nous avions rencontré lors de nos débuts dans la découverte du quantique en 2018. https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/the-universe-is-not-locally-real-and-the-physics-nobel-prize-winners-proved-it/?amp;text=TheLes explications de Sabine Hossenfelderhttps://twitter.com/skdh/status/1577870071526998016  Why ψ is incomplete indeed: a simple illustration by Philippe Grangier, October 2022 (2 pages). Impact immense de ces travaux dans tous les piliers des technologies quantiques. Semaine du Quantique à Grenoble- Gagnants du hackathon : équipes du Ministère des Armées (avec Alice&Bob), de Thales et de CACIB.- Minalogic - Journée QuantAlps Visite des laboratoires à Grenoble organisées par QuantAlps le 24 novembre 2022.https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6988222804059914240/ UNISTRA (Université de Strasbourg) lance une nouvelle infrastructure européenne pour l'informatique quantique avec des atomes de Rydberg : EuRyQa.https://www.unistra.fr/communiques-presse/detail-des-communiques-et-dossiers/20731-une-nouvelle-infrastructure-europeenne-pour-linformatique-quantique-avec-des-atomes-de-rydberg-euryqa  BIG de Bpifrance le 7 octobre Le Lab Quantique le 19 octobreAnnonce DeepNum20 de la FrenchTechAvec Alice&Bob, Pasqal et Quandela parmi les lauréats. A venir : Conférence Optica à Saint Germain en Laye les 8 et 9 novembre. https://www.optica.org/en-us/events/industry_events/2022_optica_industry_summit_quantum/ LOQCathon QICS. Hackathon organisé par Quandela avec OVHcloud comme partenaire. Les 7, 8 et 9 novembre à Jussieu. Gagnants sélectionnés et dévoilés l'après-midi du mercredi 9 novembre. Organisé par QICS, le cluster quantique de Sorbonne Université dont fait partie le LIP6. EcoEx On Stage OVHcloud à l'Olympia le 8 novembre avec Valerian Giez, Maud Vinet et Christophe Legrand de Pasqal et Alain Aspect.https://ecoexonstage.ovhcloud.com/fr/Conférence de design fiction sur les technologies quantiques à Grenoble le 21 novembre organisée par INOVACS.https://www.univ-grenoble-alpes.fr/actualites/agenda/agenda-formation/quantique-scenarisez-votre-futur--1154756.kjsp?RH=1573726031684Aux USA Google à Santa BarbaraJoe Biden visite IBM à Poughkeepsie. https://thequantuminsider.com/2022/10/18/the-rise-of-the-chief-quantum-officer-and-the-prospect-of-quantum-at-the-governance-level-an-interview-with-shai-phillips-president-of-psirch/ Science Recherche sur la création de cluster states de photons très active en ce moment. See Generation of large-scale continuous-variable cluster states multiplexed both in time and frequency domains by Peilin Du, [Submitted on 19 Oct 2022]. Création d'une classe de complexité NISQ. The Complexity of NISQ by Sitan Chen, Jordan Cotler, Hsin-Yuan Huang, Jerry Li, October 2022 (52 pages). Classification  utile des algorithmes hybrides.See Classification of Hybrid Quantum-Classical Computing by Frank Phillipson et al, October 2022 (8 pages). Un article d'IBM explique avec une bonne pédagogie la correction d'erreur.Trois catégories :Quantum Error Suppression (QES) : réalisée au niveau du hardware.Quantum Error Mitigation (QEM). Correction d'erreur pour le NISQ, après les calcul, avec méthodes statistiques et souvent du machine learning.Quantum Error Correction (QEC). Correction des erreurs après chaque opération. Notion de qubit logique et de tolérance de panne.https://research.ibm.com/blog/quantum-error-suppression-mitigation-correctionIntérêt de D-Wave pour les algorithmes d'optimisation.See On the Emerging Potential of Quantum Annealing Hardware for Combinatorial Optimization by Byron Tasseff et al, October 2022 (25 pages).Les "autres" sujetsMastercard sort une carte de crédit avec une PQC. https://www.mastercard.com/news/press/2022/october/mastercard-and-partners-deliver-first-contactless-cards-for-quantum-world/ Un rapport de Capgemini fait le lien entre technologies quantiques (capteurs compris) et la « sustainability », en reprenant la classification des Nations Unies.https://prod.ucwe.capgemini.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/Quantum-Technologies__Sustainability_20-09-2022_final.pdf Cerveau quantique : un chercheur irlandais prétend qu'une expérience démontre que le cerveau fonctionne comme un ordinateur quantique. https://thequantuminsider.com/2022/10/20/new-research-suggests-our-brains-use-quantum-computation/https://www.tcd.ie/news_events/articles/our-brains-use-quantum-computation/https://www.journals.elsevier.com/physics-of-life-reviews/news/discovery-of-quantum-vibrations   

Defense & Aerospace Report
Defense & Aerospace Report Podcast [Oct 30, '22 Business Report]

Defense & Aerospace Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 49:13


On this episode of the Business Podcast, sponsored by Bell, our guests are “Rocket Ron” Epstein, PhD, of Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Richard Aboulafia of AeroDynamic Advisory and Sash Tusa of Agency Partners. Topics: — Wall Street rallies on as positive earnings and encouraging American economic growth — Airbus, Boeing, General Dynamics, L3Harris, MTU, Northrop Grumman, Raytheon Technologies, Saab and Thales earnings — Whether pressure will mount on industry over share buybacks as political pressure mounts regarding the practice as President Biden criticizes ExxonMobil CEO Darren Woods — Trade outlook as hardliners take power in Beijing and German Chancellor Olaf Scholtz prepares to lead trade delegation to China — Boeing's prospects in China as 737 Max quietly re-enters service — UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak retains Ben Wallace as defense secretary, but orders government-wide cuts including to military spending — Market impact of Biden administration's new National Defense Strategy as well as nuclear posture and missile defense reviews — War update as Ukraine strikes Russian Black Sea Fleet in Sevastopol

Defence Connect Podcast
SPOTLIGHT: Spruiking the StrikeMaster, with Ben Kelly from Thales Australia and John Fry from Kongsberg

Defence Connect Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 21:01


In this episode of the Defence Connect Podcast, Ben Kelly — director, protected vehicles at Thales Australia — and John Fry — general manager at Kongsberg — discuss their joint efforts to develop next-generation, land-based maritime strike capability for the Australian Defence Force.    Topics discussed include: Leveraging the tried-and-tested Bushmaster PMV to develop a new mobile strike platform, the StrikeMaster. The evolution of the program, from concept to proposal for LAND 4100 Phase 2. Thales and Kongsberg's sovereign collaboration and their respective contributions to the project. Features and capabilities of the StrikeMaster, including the range of missile systems. The strategic importance of the capability and its deployment potential. Enjoy the podcast, The Defence Connect Team

Developing Classical Thinkers
"Science, Wonder, & a Sample Lesson" with Matthew Ogle

Developing Classical Thinkers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 25:30


In this session, Matt Ogle will offer a sample lesson plan and resources and explain the pedagogical means by which the sciences, taught Classically, can help students cultivate both academic rigor and intellectual curiosity about the world in which we live.Matt Ogle received a B.S in Marine biology from Swansea University in Wales and a Masters of Educational Leadership from Grand Canyon University in Phoenix. He taught at the Great Hearts Academy in Phoenix, Arizona for four years, and he currently serves as the Head of Classical Education at Thales Academy.This lecture was delivered live at the Fall Classical Summit, a regional classical conference held at Thales Academy Apex Junior High-High School on October 7, 2022.

Developing Classical Thinkers
"The Creature from Jekyll Island: The Workings of the Federal Reserve" with Brian Balfour

Developing Classical Thinkers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 25:07


The Creature from Jeykll Island is the United States Federal Reserve, created in a planning session amongst the United States' top financial representatives on Jekyll Island, Georgia. The title comes from G. Edward Griffin's "The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve" and a similarly-themed Tuttle Twins book, "The Creature from Jekyll Island."In this session, Brian Balfour will examine a history of the U.S. Federal Reserve, its directives in maintaining employment and cofntrolling inflation, and the unintended and often very negative consequences of monetary policy and the role of central banks. Brian Balfour is Senior Vice President of Research for the John Locke Foundation, where he oversees the organization's research and analysis on a variety of issues. He previously worked for the Civitas Institute for 13 years, and has a master's degree in economics from Wayne State University in Detroit, MI.This lecture was delivered live at the Fall Classical Summit, a regional classical conference held at Thales Academy Apex Junior High-High School on October 7, 2022.

Mercado Abierto
Thales Group: "Queremos crecer hacia nuevas áreas estratégicas"

Mercado Abierto

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 15:46


Jesús Sanchez Bargos, presidente y CEO de Thales Group en España, pone sobre la mesa la actualidad de la compañia con futuras compras y mejoras en la retención de talento

Thales' Well
On the Embrace of Capital with Don Milligan

Thales' Well

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 67:37


Don Milligan is back to discuss his new book The Embrace of Capital  (Zero Books: 2022). In this , Don recounts and analyses his history of social and political activism interrogating the reasons he thinks working people have a love-hate relationship with capitalism but ultimately embrace it. But equally, Don tells us how working people hate insecurity, inequality, greed and love civic and political freedom. In our discussion, we chatted about royal weddings, royal funerals, rule of law, egalitarianism, the diversity of working class experience, exploitation, fairness, gentrification, technology and lots more! You can buy a copy of the book here and here. Dr Don Milligan taught a course on the theory and practice of anti-capitalism at Manchester Metropolitan University. His research examines how commercial society gives rise to political movements. He campaigned for the gay liberation movement for many years. Don writes regular columns for his website “Off the Cuff”. You can find a collection of his writings here. You can also listen to Don's cultural history of gay rights in Britain on Thales Well here. He tweets at: @Don Milligan2020 If you would like to study with me you can find more information about our online education MAs in Philosophy here at Staffordshire University. You can find out more information on our MA in Continental Philosophy via this link. Or, join our MA in Philosophy of Nature, Information and Technology via this link. Find out more about me here.  September intakes F/T or January intakes P/T. You can listen to more free back content from the Thales' Well podcast on TuneIn Radio, Player Fm, Stitcher and Podbean. You can also download their apps to your smart phone and listen via there. You can also subscribe for free on iTunes. Please leave a nice review.

Know Thyself History Podcast
HBH 38: Anaximenes and His Air Get Their Due

Know Thyself History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 24:49


The third and final member of the Milesian school, once considered the weak little sister of the philosphers, now appreciated in all his Air-udite glory. This is his story, as we have it, which may or may not correlate roughly to some things he actually said or did. As a synthesizer of the works of Thales and Anaximander, he held onto the best and abandoned the worst of their ideas, and in so doing became a father of empirical science.   

Uncle Sam's Secret Sauce
Building a Successful Career After the Military w/ Jorge Buergo-Hernández

Uncle Sam's Secret Sauce

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 33:25


Our guest is Jorge Buergo-Hernández, Sales & Business Development Director at Thales. Having been brought to the US by his family in 1996, Jorge learned the value of hard work at a young age. When he joined the military, that early mindset propelled him to earn a position that gave him domain over an attack flight company of nine Apache helicopters. Wanting to utilize his expertise to build something more after he left the military, Jorge completed his education and successfully transitioned his military experience into a career where he is known not just for his skills, but for his strategic thinking. In this episode we discuss: How Jorge pivoted his military experience into a successful career as a subject matter expert in flight avionics The benefits of military experience for young entrepreneurs How Jorge injects Purpose, Consistency, and Opportunity into all of his work Uncle Sam's Secret Sauce is hosted by Rafael Marrero, Founder and CEO of Rafael Marrero & Company, which helps small companies do business with the world's biggest customer: the U.S. Federal Government.

Developing Classical Thinkers
Who was Thales of Miletus?

Developing Classical Thinkers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 22:32


This reposted episode focuses on Thales of Miletus, the namesake and spiritual founder of Thales Academy. In the episode, Dr. Jon Stewart examines the life and impact of Thales of Miletus, one of the Seven Sages of Greece for whom Thales Academy is named. More information can be found out about Dr. Stewart at https://www.jonstewart.dk/

Podcast do PublishNews
238 - "O livro que nos une" os bastidores do evento que vai reunir o Mercado

Podcast do PublishNews

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 48:12


Um encontro realizado pela Câmara Brasileira do Livro, em parceria com todas as outras entidades da nossa indústria, reúne de forma inédita os diversos profissionais da cadeia do livro. “O livro que nos une” é o tema do Encontro de Editores, Livreiros, Distribuidores e Gráficos, marcado para os dias 26, 27 e 28 de outubro, em Campinas. Nesse evento, que conta com curadoria do jornalista Leonardo Neto, serão discutidos temas relevantes para o setor como a Lei Cortez, a sustentabilidade da cadeia do livro, tecnologia, metaverso, e-commerce, o fenômeno do Tiktok, a Era da Influência, entre outros assuntos. E para falar sobre o encontro e dar detalhes da programação, conversamos com dois dos organizadores: Vitor Tavares, presidente da CBL, e João Scortecci, dono do Grupo Editorial Scortecci e presidente da Abigraf. Este podcast é um oferecimento da MVB Brasil, empresa que traz soluções em tecnologia para o mercado do livro. Além da Metabooks, reconhecida plataforma de metadados, a MVB oferece para o mercado brasileiro o único serviço de EDI exclusivo para o negócio do livro. Com a Pubnet, o seu processo de pedidos ganha mais eficiência. https://brasil.mvb-online.com/home Já ouviu falar em POD, impressão sob demanda? Nossos parceiros da UmLivro são referência dessa tecnologia no Brasil, que permite vender primeiro e imprimir depois; reduzindo custos com estoque, armazenamento e distribuição. Com o POD da UmLivro, você disponibiliza 100% do seu catálogo sem perder nenhuma venda. http://umlivro.com.br Este é o episódio número 238 do Podcast do PublishNews do dia 10 de outubro de 2022 gravado no dia 6 de setembro. Eu sou Fabio Uehara e esse episódio conta com a participação de Thales de Menezes e Karina Lourenço. E a edição de Fabio Uehara. E não se esqueça de assinar a nossa newsletter, nos seguir nas redes sociais: Instagram, Linkedin, YouTube, Facebook e Twitter. Todos os dias com novos conteúdos para você. E agora João Scortecci e Vitor Tavares --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/podcast-do-publishnews/message

On Thriving: Astrology & More with Taylor Shuler
Full Moon in Aries Horoscope for Thriving October 9, 2022

On Thriving: Astrology & More with Taylor Shuler

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 7:24


Taylor talks about this Full Moon moon in Aries on October 9, 2022 and the Sun in Libra opposite Chiron in Aries. Saturn is a mediator sitting at the point in Thales. Find out what this means for us and how it will help us prepare for next Spring. Learn how to thrive and make the world a better place with astrology. Taylor blends astrology with permaculture to share practical insights on how to make a difference in the world and enjoy life with the transits in this horoscope for the week ahead. For an astrological reading, book with Taylor online at www.taylorshuler.com/offerings Please subscribe, like and share! It's helps you and others continue to find my video. Want to live in a cool place like this? Land in your next short-term furnished rental in most major cities across the US. Get $250 off rent with code Taylor_C6i at hellolanding.com Would you love to have your natal chart or an important event (a wedding?) in a beautiful shadow box like the one in the background? Get yours from Craft Artizzo at https://www.etsy.com/shop/CraftArtizzo Music: Taylor Shuler's Song of the Soul by Erik Deutsch & Gemini Brett, 2022 #astrology #horoscope #october22 #october2022 #aries #libra #libraseason #suninlibra #saturninaquarius #scorpio #gemini #mars #mercury #moon #uranus #uranusretrograde #uranusretrograde2022 #aries #cancer #virgo #libra #sagittarius #capricorn #aquarius #fullmooninaries #fullmooninaries2022 #permaculture #zodiac #thriving #sunoppositechiron #moonconjunctchiron #chironinaries #jupiterconjunctchiron #jupiterchiron --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/taylor-r-shuler/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/taylor-r-shuler/support

Guidelines For Living Devotional
Why Does Hope Matter?

Guidelines For Living Devotional

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 4:50


"Hope," said Thales, the Greek founder of philosophy, "is the most universal thing in the world, for hope stays with those who have nothing else."

Lucretius Today -  Epicurus and Epicurean Philosophy
Episode 142 - Diogenes of Oinoanda - (Part 2) "Reality"

Lucretius Today - Epicurus and Epicurean Philosophy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 46:55


Welcome to Episode One Hundred Forty-Two of Lucretius Today. This is a podcast dedicated to the poet Lucretius, who wrote "On The Nature of Things," the only complete presentation of Epicurean philosophy left to us from the ancient world. I am your host Cassius, and together with our panelists from the EpicureanFriends.com forum, we'll walk you through the ancient Epicurean texts, and we'll discuss how Epicurean philosophy can apply to you today. We encourage you to study Epicurus for yourself, and we suggest the best place to start is the book "Epicurus and His Philosophy" by Canadian professor Norman DeWitt. If you find the Epicurean worldview attractive, we invite you to join us in the study of Epicurus at EpicureanFriends.com, where you will find a discussion thread for each of our podcast episodes and many other topics.This week we return to Diogenes of Oinanda and we examine fragments relating to the nature of reality, and Epicurus' difference of opinion with Democritus on the subject. Now let's read today's text, fragments 5, 6, and 7 as translated by Martin Ferguson Smith:Fr. 5[Others do not] explicitly [stigmatise] natural science as unnecessary, being ashamed to acknowledge [this], but use another means of discarding it. For, when they assert that things are inapprehensible, what else are they saying than that there is no need for us to pursue natural science? After all, who will choose to seek what he can never find? Now Aristotle and those who hold the same Peripatetic views as Aristotle say that nothing is scientifically knowable, because things are continually in flux and, on account of the rapidity of the flux, evade our apprehension. We on the other hand acknowledge their flux, but not its being so rapid that the nature of each thing [is] at no time apprehensible by sense-perception. And indeed [in no way would the upholders of] the view under discussion have been able to say (and this is just what they do [maintain] that [at one time] this is [white] and this black, while [at another time] neither this is [white nor] that black, [if] they had not had [previous] knowledge of the nature of both white and black.Fr. 6 [As for the first bodies, also] called elements, which on the one hand have subsisted from the beginning [and] are indestructible, and [on the other hand] generate things, we shall explain what [they are] after we have demolished the theories of others. Well, Heraclitus of Ephesus identified fire as elemental, Thales of Miletus water, Diogenes of Apollonia and Anaximenes air, Empedocles of Acragas fire and air and water and earth, Anaxagoras of Clazomenae the homoeomeries of each thing, and the Stoics matter and God. As for Democritus of Abdera, he did well to identify atoms as elemental, but since his conception of them was in some respects mistaken, he will be considered in the exposition of our theories. Now we shall bring charges against the said men, not out of contentiousness towards them, but because we wish the truth to be safeguarded; and we shall deal with Heraclitus first, since he has been placed first on our list. You are mistaken, Heraclitus, in saying that fire is elemental, for neither is it indestructible, since we observe it being destroyed, nor can it generate things...Fr. 7 Even Democritus erred in a manner unworthy of himself when he said that atoms alone among existing things have true reality, while everything else exists by convention. For, according to your account, Democritus, it will be impossible for us even to live, let alone discover the truth, since we shall be unable to protect ourselves from either fire or slaughter or [any other force].

Thales Security Sessions
Exploring Consumer Trust in a Digital World

Thales Security Sessions

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 28:32


Today, data breaches are so endemic that it could be argued that consumers are becoming numb to the effects – they change their passwords, get a few reassuring emails from the company and more often than not nothing comes of it. Of course, businesses will feel the impact, and perhaps after repeated breaches consumers might start getting worried, but is the idea that a large data breach could seal an organisations fate too far fetched? Joining Neira Jones to discuss the Thales Consumer Trust Index in this episode are Philippe Vallée, Executive Vice-President, Digital Identity and Security at Thales and Professor Carsten Maple, Professor of Cyber Systems Engineering and Director for Cyber Security Research, at the University of Warwick.

Podcast do PublishNews
237 - Os bastidores do transporte de livros

Podcast do PublishNews

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 66:55


estas carretas carregam pelo Brasil. Dos milhões de exemplares que passam pelas suas mãos. Mariana falou dos grandes desafios, mas também do olhar positivo de muitos leitores que redescobriram a leitura nos últimos anos e do papel que ela e sua empresa têm de levá-los até os lares dos leitores. Este podcast é um oferecimento da MVB Brasil, empresa que traz soluções em tecnologia para o mercado do livro. Além da Metabooks, reconhecida plataforma de metadados, a MVB oferece para o mercado brasileiro o único serviço de EDI exclusivo para o negócio do livro. Com a Pubnet, o seu processo de pedidos ganha mais eficiência. https://brasil.mvb-online.com/home Já ouviu falar em POD, impressão sob demanda? Nossos parceiros da UmLivro são referência dessa tecnologia no Brasil, que permite vender primeiro e imprimir depois; reduzindo custos com estoque, armazenamento e distribuição. Com o POD da UmLivro, você disponibiliza 100% do seu catálogo sem perder nenhuma venda. http://umlivro.com.br Este é o episódio número 237 do Podcast do PublishNews do dia 2 de outubro de 2022 gravado no dia 29 de setembro. Eu sou Fabio Uehara e esse episódio conta com a participação de Thales de Menezes e Karina Lourenço. E a edição de Fabio Uehara. E não se esqueça de assinar a nossa newsletter, nos seguir nas redes sociais: Instagram, Linkedin, YouTube, Facebook e Twitter. Todos os dias com novos conteúdos para você. E agora Mariana Martins Dicas da Feira de Frankfurt A mulher rei - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IK1sEiHodZg Do que falamos quando falamos de populismo - Thomás Zicman de Barros e Miguel Lago - Companhia das Letras - https://www.companhiadasletras.com.br/livro/9786559211241/do-que-falamos-quando-falamos-de-populismo Fernão Capelo Gaivota - Richard Bach - Editora: Record - https://www.record.com.br/produto/fernao-capelo-gaivota/ Como defender um assassino - Netflix - https://www.netflix.com/watch/80024057?source=35 Em busca de mim - Viola Davis - Editora Best Seller - https://www.record.com.br/produto/em-busca-de-mim/ Oprah e Viola: Um Evento Especial Netflix - https://www.netflix.com/title/81592429 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/podcast-do-publishnews/message

The Whole Rabbit
The Primordial Waters of the Abyss

The Whole Rabbit

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 44:02


Was Thales correct when he declared that “Everything Is Water?” We ask CERN as well as ancient Egyptian mythology to get our answer. We even briefly discuss Kek and his wife Kekuit. In the extended show we read the poetry of the Tao Te Ching, crack open the cosmic egg, converse with Choronzon and glimpse the Ain Soph to uncover the unfiltered light of infinity. Thank you and enjoy the show.In this episode we talk about:Thales, Father of ScienceSpontaneous GenerationHiggs Field and BosonThe Ogdoad of HermopolisKek, The Egyptian God of DarknessAmenNeith, Suckler of CrocodilesIn the extended show available at www.patreon.com/TheWholeRabbit we discuss:The Cosmic EggTarot: DeathAleister Crowley, The Book of ThothChoronzon, Dweller of the AbyssTao Te ChingThe BrahmandaDzogchen and The BuddhaAin Soph AuirMaFeeling Empty InsideWhere to find The Whole Rabbit:YouTube: https://youtu.be/z4DL6BFdzfMMerch: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/thewholerabbit/Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0AnJZhmPzaby04afmEWOAVInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/the_whole_rabbitMusic By:Spirit Travel Plazahttps://open.spotify.com/artist/30dW3WB1sYofnow7y3V0YoSources:Thales:https://iep.utm.edu/thales/Book of Thoth:http://www.thule-italia.net/esoterismo/Aleister%20Crowley/Aleister%20Crowley%20-%20The%20book%20of%20Thoth.pdfHiggs Boson:https://www.britannica.com/video/185531/explanation-field-Higgs-particles-masshttps://home.cern/science/physics/higgs-bosonYogananda:http://humanityhealing.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/Paramhansa-Yogananda-Autobiography-of-a-Yogi.pdfTao Te Ching:https://www.unl.edu/prodmgr/NRT/Tao%20Te%20Ching%20-%20trans.%20by%20J.H..%20McDonald.pdfSupport the show

Good Morning Business
Hervé Derrey, PDG de Thales Alenia Space - 19/09

Good Morning Business

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 5:38


Hervé Derrey, PDG de Thales Alenia Space, était l'invité de Laure Closier et Christophe Jakubyszyn dans Good Morning Business, ce lundi 19 septembre. Ils se sont penchés sur les activités de Thales Alenia Space et ses divers contrats, sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.

2024
eSIM - auto, dati e privacy - Sky Glass

2024

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022


Dopo la presentazione dei nuovi iPhone che negli Stati Uniti verranno venduti senza slot per la SIM fisica torna di attualità la eSIM, finora sostanzialmente snobbata dagli operatori TLC. Cosa aspettarsi nei prossimi mesi, quali vantaggi ha una eSIM e quali novità tecnologiche ci attendono nei prossimi mesi e anni? Enrico Pagliarini lo chiede a Marco Catenacci, responsabile vendite della divisione Digital Identity & Security di Thales, il principale produttore mondiale di SIM ed eSIM. Parliamo anche di privacy e automobili perché la quantità di informazioni (anche personali) raccolte dalle auto sta crescendo e a volte senza che il consumatore ne sia consapevole. Andrea Amico, fondatore di Privacy4Cars, spiega come e che tipo di dati vengono raccolti e come possiamo cancellarli. È stato presentato anche in Italia Glass, il primo televisore targato Sky, che integra un software smart tv in grado di aggregare contenuti in streaming da diversi fornitori permettendo una esperienza di "zapping" che nessun ambiente smart tv ha finora espresso. Sky punta così a diventare l'aggregatore di tutti i principali contenuti pay e non pay. Ne parliamo con Elia Mariani, Chief Consumer Officer di Sky Italia e Gianfranco Giardina, direttore del magazine digitale Dday.it E come sempre le nostre Digital News, una selezione delle notizie più importanti di innovazione e tecnologia.

LUCKY DAY
THE OFFICE EP20 : LE TÉLÉTRAVAIL DANS l'INGÉNIERIE DE POINTE AVEC OLIVIER FLOUS, VICE PRÉSIDENT DE LA TRANSFORMATION DIGITALE CHEZ THALES

LUCKY DAY

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 60:23


WEB3 FRONTIER
Building in Web3 [EP.26] w. Danijel

WEB3 FRONTIER

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 46:42


What an incredible conversation with Danijel, founder of Thales, a parimutuel markets protocol on Optimism and Overtime, a sports market AMM which is built atop of Thales.Danijel, a software engineer by trait, cut his teeth in the early days as a community member in Synthetix eventually becoming a member of Spartan Council, evolving into building the Thales protocol and Overtime.We talk about the technical differences between being a developer in Web2 and Web3. Danijel covers how he hires and trains engineers at Thales. We touch on the tradeoffs between decentralization and censorship resistance, given what recently transpired with Tornado Cash. We cover datafeeds made available by Chainlink and how Web3 can effectively use these datafeeds.I hope you enjoy the episode, you can subscribe to Web3 Frontier on most podcasting platforms such as Spotify, Apple, Amazon and Google.Contact Info:Host: Igor YuzoSpeakers: Danijel

Developing Classical Thinkers
First Days of School

Developing Classical Thinkers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 42:35


Many students and teachers have not gone back to school yet. But, Thales Academy has been in session for almost a month now--what have we learned, and what can listeners pick up on as far as the best practices to get the year off on the right track?Join Winston, Matt, and Josh as they discuss the first days of school and the best pieces of advice they've gotten for how to set up their students for success. In brief, here are the top three pieces of advice for teachers:(1) It is easier to "lighten up" than to "tighten up." (2) No more than rules. (3) Find the best in each student and tell that student's parents about it.

Developing Classical Thinkers
Thales Alumni: Lyle Broughton

Developing Classical Thinkers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 44:28


On today's episode of Developing Classical Thinkers, host Winston Brady interviews a former student and honorary-Thales alumnus Lyle Broughton. Lyle is a chain reaction artist, meaning that he builds complicated, intricate, and winsome machines and films doing simple tasks in the most complicated and roundabout ways possible. Check out Lyle's work at his YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/jackofallspades98

Ecommerce Brain Trust
Amazon Fulfilment 101: Operational Best Practices - Episode 253

Ecommerce Brain Trust

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 26:09


In today's podcast, Kiri is joined by Thales Ferreira, Project Manager at Bobsled. They cover Thales's previous experience with working with managing sourcing products abroad and all the logistics hurdles of bringing them to the US to sell on Amazon. Make sure you tune in to find out more! Thales Ferreira spent most of his career focusing on project management, and international and domestic logistics (7 years ago) in the pet category (since 2008). Made the transition to Amazon account management 5 years ago. 

Developing Classical Thinkers
Mathematics and Classical Education

Developing Classical Thinkers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 3:07


How does mathematics fit within a classical education? Does the emphasis on the humanities crowd out mathematics? Will students develop the mathematical skills they need if they are classically educated? Listen to this episode and learn how mathematics, classically taught, can help students develop academic rigor, intellectual curiosity, and a confidence that our world is orderly and beautiful–skills all students need for the world in which they live.Check out our Thales Press YouTube channel and follow us on Instagram for more information and content like this. YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl-5t4R8RSLX9A-CWJC9wDQInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thalespress/

Developing Classical Thinkers
What is the West?

Developing Classical Thinkers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 41:26


What is the West? What does the Western tradition mean? What makes an idea, a book, or an author part of the Western tradition? To answer these questions, Josh Herring will draw on the ideas and framework of scholar Russell Kirk. Dr. Kirk described Western Civilization as a developing process, with the cities of Jerusalem, Athens, Rome, London, and Philadelphia contributing specific concepts to the idea of the Western tradition. Today, members of the present generation have inherited this literary and historical tradition and are tasked with curating their inheritance for future generations.Josh Herring has taught at Thales Academy since 2013 and has written extensively on issues related to Classical education and the humanities. He is currently the Dean of Classical Education at Thales Academy Apex and a doctoral candidate at Faulkner University.This webinar was streamed on July 25, 2022.

Know Thyself History Podcast
HBH 36: The Greek Dark Ages, The Archaic Age, and Thales the Wise

Know Thyself History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 47:18


In this episode we begin a series on the beginnings of "Western" thought and science. We start with the catastrophy of the Mycenean Collapse, the Greek Dark Ages, and the Archaic Age, then continue with a discussion of Miletus and its most revered citizen, Thales. Thales has left his mark on the planet with his work. As a brilliant sage whose ideas were the beginnings of science, he helped set a trajectory for all future generations of philosophers and scientists.     

Paul's Security Weekly
ESW #281 - Aubrey Turner

Paul's Security Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 131:50


Passwordless authentication is all the rage. And rightly so, given its promise of driving engagement and boosting productivity via more secure and frictionless user experiences. However, the path to passwordless often leads to more questions than answers. Don't fret! We'll offer a passwordless journey roadmap that delves into leveraging different risk signals like user behavior and device characteristics to make smarter authentication decisions. Segment Resources: https://www.pingidentity.com/en/solutions/business-priority/passwordless.html https://download.pingidentity.com/public/assets/misc/en/3637-workforce-survey-passwordless-future.pdf   This segment is sponsored by Ping. Visit https://securityweekly.com/ping to learn more about them!   Sick Codes hacked all four John Deere Telematics Gateway's, and the John Deere Gen4 Series Display. Without those, it's "just a tractor." However, this is Critical Infrastructure. In fact, without Tractors, Combines & Implements: farmers cannot plant, spray or harvest. No raw materials == no food & alcohol. You will see how long I persisted over multiple months, to gain access and was able to hack these devices to the absolute binary core, warts & all. What was the bounty? Source Code, Root File Systems, FPGA compiled binaries, the works. Agricultural Security is a serious issue. Multiple ransomware attacks last year showed exactly how destructive attacks on Food & Agriculture are, and how fragile the supply chain is. Segment Resources: https://sick.codes https://github.com/sickcodes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zpouLO-GXLo https://hardwear.io/usa-2022/speakers/sick-codes.php   Finally, in the Enterprise Security News: HiveWatch raises $20M to protect the office, FORT Robotics raises $13M to protect the office from robots, Emproof raises €2M to secure embedded devices, Dutch startup OneWelcome acquired by Thales, Dutch startup Hatching acquired by Recorded Future, Pwnednomore aims to protect Web3, Cybersecurity!   Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/esw for all the latest episodes! Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/securityweekly Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/secweekly   Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/esw281