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Software Engineering Radio is a podcast targeted at the professional software developer. The goal is to be a lasting educational resource, not a newscast. SE Radio covers all topics software engineering. Episodes are either tutorials on a specific topic, or an interview with a well-known character from the software engineering world. All SE Radio episodes are original content — we do not record conferences or talks given in other venues. Each episode comprises two speakers to ensure a lively ...
 
Based on the fundamentals introduced in CS420, this course explores key aspects of database system implementation, focusing on storage structures, query processing, and transaction management. Topics include: secondary storage management, data integrity, index structures, query execution, query processing and query optimization, recovery, concurrency control, and transaction management.
 
Curious as to what's happening in the F# ecosystem? Whether you're a long-time F# lover or functionally curious, this is a great means of keeping up to speed with functional programming on the .NET platform!
 
Through real stories, expertise, and practical tips, this podcast helps families promote their mental health and wellness. We navigate important topics to meet you Where You Are in your journey. Brought to you by BC Children’s Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre.
 
Code Podcast is about ideas that shape the way we build software. It's like Planet Money for developers. Each episode we interview people with different views on a single topic. We break down complex ideas to present why and how they are used to build modern software.
 
Fork Pull Merge Push is a podcast about topics developers obsess over. In the first season, developer Esko Lahti talks to engineers around the world about the topics that have sent them down to their deepest, most mind-bending rabbit holes. Fork Pull Merge Push is a podcast by Reaktor, a strategy, design and technology company changing how the world works.
 
Welcome to The Progress Theory. Our purpose is to teach and discuss scientific principles to show how we can enhance and optimise human performance. We will deliver you interviews with world-class experts (or legends as we prefer to call them), exciting real-world application of Sport Science and will explore some of the common myths and misconceptions in Health & Wellbeing. We want all of our listeners to develop the skills to implement the knowledge they obtain from the show into their eve ...
 
This podcast is a collaborative project between the IWK Health Centre in Halifax and Capitalize for Kids to improve health outcomes for children and families across Canada. Each month, we host a webinar featuring a high priority topic in child and adolescent mental health and addictions. Experts will share best practices and answer questions from clinicians across Nova Scotia. It’s important to note that the practices discussed in this podcast are sensitive and only intended for qualified an ...
 
Practice Strategies include:Strengthen family engagement strategies that are culturally competent throughout the life of the case. Family engagement includes: Early and ongoing identification, location and engagement of all parents, relatives and significant others in the child’s life; Use of family meetings and engaging other adult permanency resources in planning and caring for children (including their education, emotional and medical well-being); Early, frequent and developmentally appro ...
 
The PHP Roundtable is a podcast of web developers discussing PHP, JavaScript, community, open source, and anything else PHP nerds care about. It is broadcast live from Google Hangouts On-Air. For complete show notes or to watch the episodes in video format visit PHPRoundtable.com. And join the conversation live! Just subscribe to the newsletter at www.phproundtable.com and never miss a live show.
 
Catalog description A study of three programming paradigms and their associated languages: the functional paradigm with Scheme, the logical/declarative paradigm with Prolog, and the concurrent processing paradigm with Java. Objective The objective of this course is to learn three major programming models that complement the procedural and object-oriented models: The functional paradigm The declarative/logic paradigm The concurrent paradigm Each of these models is based on a body of theory an ...
 
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Brent Simmons returns to the show to discuss multi-threading and concurrency, and how to make good use of tools like Grand Central Dispatch. Also, building NetNewsWire in the open, the current state of SwiftUI, and the type of responsibilities that senior developers typically have. Sponsors NordVPN: Make your Internet connection private and secure,…
 
Rakeem Coleman is a 3rd grade teacher with lived experience with mental health challenges. After 31 suicide attempts, he is so thankful to be able to share his story and help others. Stay connected with Rakeem Coleman: https://www.facebook.com/rakeem.coleman.98https://www.linkedin.com/in/rakeem-j-coleman-0986909b/ Stay connected with us online: Fac…
 
2 Steps to Start building a strong, lean, and athletic body you are proud of. Join my free Facebook group: http://bit.ly/DIESELDADDOJO Or schedule a call with me here and will see if I can help you: https://bit.ly/DieselDadConsult What is Your Metabolism? Metabolisms are confusing. Everyone knows they have one but nobody truly understands how they …
 
Category theory may strike you as intimidating, but trust us, you can (and after this episode, are probably itching to) talk applicative functors and parser combinators over afterwork drinks. Listen in to learn why Esko and Antti – both of whom started programming with dynamically typed languages – are so into category theory right now that they se…
 
Welcome to another episode of Resilient Minds 365 where we discuss the resilient stories of entrepreneurs, professionals and students with mental illnesses to encourage you to strive, thrive, and live in abundance. I’m your host Cleoni Crawford. This week we will switching things up and will be obtaining the perspective of a caregiver. We will be h…
 
To become a member of the U.S. Air Force’s elite Special Warfare team, you have to be a part of the top one percent of the top one percent. And no one knows better about what it takes to do that than Tyler Christiansen, Human Performance Director for the Special Warfare Training Support Group. On the latest Barbell Shrugged podcast Anders Verner ta…
 
Is there a gap between life sciences and data science? What's the situation when it comes to interdisciplinary research? In this episode I am with Laura Harris, Director of Training for the Institute of Cyber-Enabled Research (ICER) at Michigan State University (MSU), and we try to answer some of those questions. You can contact Laura at training@m…
 
Schedule Your Diesel Dad Discovery Call Fitness: An Ethical Responsibility I hate the term “motivation.” Motivation is overrated. The entire fitness industry is built on short selling aesthetics. Looking good naked is awesome but the goal you have in mind is rarely attainable without a lifestyle you cannot sustain. Performance plays to the long gam…
 
In this episode I am with George Hosu from Cerebralaband we speak about how dangerous it is not to pay for the services you use, and as a consequence how dangerous it is letting an algorithm decide what you like or not. Our Sponsors This episode is supported by Chapman’s Schmid College of Science and Technology, where master’s and PhD students join…
 
Metabolisms are confusing as hell. You’re in the gym training hard and it’s frustrating not seeing the results. Over time, that frustration beats you down and you start losing motivation to train. Training is the fuel that brings fire to your life. Getting strong and looking strong shouldn’t be such a daunting process. Register for the “Diesel Dad …
 
Thomas Richter is the founder of Swarm64, a Postgres extension company designed to boost performance of your Postgres instance. This episode examines the internals of Postgres, performance considerations, and relational database types.By IEEE Computer Society
 
Metabolisms are confusing as hell. You’re in the gym training hard and it’s frustrating not seeing the results. Over time, that frustration beats you down and you start losing motivation to train. Training is the fuel that brings fire to your life. Getting strong and looking strong shouldn’t be such a daunting process. Register for the “Diesel Dad …
 
Austin's back and he's got a new book coming out! We talk about the process of writing the book - how it forced Austin to delay gratification, to challenge himself, and to turn up every day. We also spent a lot of time discussing how to communicate online, how to ask better questions, and how challenging your own authority in the world can give hug…
 
In this episode I speak with Ritchie Vink, the author of Polars, a crate that is the fastest dataframe library at date of speaking :) If you want to participate to an amazing Rust open source project, this is your change to collaborate to the official repository in the references. References https://github.com/ritchie46/polars…
 
Welcome to Resilient Minds 365 where we discuss the resilient stories of entrepreneurs, professionals and students with mental illnesses to encourage you to strive, thrive, and live in abundance. I’m your host Cleoni Crawford. This week we will discussing mental health with Dai Manuel. Dai Manuel is a super dad, dating his wife, with a lead by exam…
 
Metabolisms are confusing as hell. You’re in the gym training hard and it’s frustrating not seeing the results. Over time, that frustration beats you down and you start losing motivation to train. Training is the fuel that brings fire to your life. Getting strong and looking strong shouldn’t be such a daunting process. Register for the “Diesel Dad …
 
Register for the “Diesel Dad Diet” Inside the “Diesel Dad Diet” you will receive: “Diesel Dad Diet”: Your guide to optimizing your metabolism. Diesel Dad Nutrition: Personalized macros to lose 13 pounds in 13 weeks Three Training Programs: Strength, Hypertrophy, and Conditioning to Build Mus C&K “Diesel Blend”: 3-Months of free coffee Register for …
 
Metabolisms are confusing as hell. You’re in the gym training hard and it’s frustrating not seeing the results. Over time, that frustration beats you down and you start losing motivation to train. Training is the fuel that brings fire to your life. Getting strong and looking strong shouldn’t be such a daunting process. Register for the “Diesel Dad …
 
In this episode of T&L Talk, Westwood High School Band Staff, Thomas Turpin, Brittany Dacy, and Brandon Winters discuss strategies, resources, challenges and strides in student engagement from this school year that can be applied to any classroom in any year. Jager Loyde, Assistant Director of Fine Arts, moderates the conversation bringing attentio…
 
Welcome to Resilient Minds 365 where we discuss the resilient stories of entrepreneurs, professionals and students with mental illnesses to encourage you to strive, thrive, and live in abundance. I’m your host Cleoni Crawford. Jennifer Walsh is the Founder and CEO of Jeny Bites Jewelry, a jewelry business that is about female empowerment and bringi…
 
In this Episode of Barbell Shrugged: The birth of the Alpha Hippie Why we need to explore the softer side of fitness What our feet can teach us about performance Breath work and the parasympathetic nervous system When you know its time to start training slower Connect with Alpha Hippie Connect With Angelo on Instagram Anders Varner on Instagram Dou…
 
Benedikt Terhechte returns to the show to discuss the pros and cons of using technologies like Catalyst and SwiftUI to build Mac apps, and also to share tips and tricks on how to use AppKit for use cases that Apple’s more modern frameworks do not yet support. Sponsors Stream: Build scalable in-app chat or activity feeds in record time using Stream’…
 
In this Episode of Barbell Shrugged: Why getting started is so challenging. Why the best metric for success is showing up How long it will take before seeing results Why two years is a good metric for judging progress Why hiring a coach can eliminate you feel like youre wasting time Anders Varner on Instagram Doug Larson on Instagram Coach Travis M…
 
Do you want to know the latest in big data analytics frameworks? Have you ever heard of Apache Arrow? Rust? Ballista? In this episode I speak with Andy Grove one of the main authors of Apache Arrow and Ballista compute engine. Andy explains some challenges while he was designing the Arrow and Ballista memory models and he describes some amazing sol…
 
Two years ago, David and Tijn formed Amsterdam Hackers: a group of developers willing to conquer and learn from tech problems they had previously found impossible. In this episode, Esko talks to the two Amsterdam-based engineers about the group’s philosophy, as well as their two largest projects; the gbforth and Delisp. Guests David Vázquez grew up…
 
In this Episode of Barbell Shrugged: How has USA Weightlifting started to climb its way to the top Why is weightlifting such a dirty sport Is it possible to compete on the world stage as a clean sport How has weightlifting been affected by pandemic The insane growth of USA Weightlifting under his leadership Connect with Phil Andrews Anders Varner o…
 
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