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Best Graphs podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Graphs podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Rid your world of ineffective graphs and mediocre presentations, one exploding 3D pie chart at a time! The storytelling with data podcast from bestselling author, speaker and workshop guru, Cole Nussbaumer Knaflic covers topics related to data storytelling, better presentations, and all things data viz. There is a story in your data—get the skills and power to tell it!
 
Into the Ether is an EthHub podcast focusing on all things Ethereum, the leading blockchain for decentralized applications. This podcast features in-depth discussions with prominent guests in the space hosted by Eric Conner as well as weekly news recaps featuring Anthony Sassano.
 
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Learn to think like a scientist. In this collection we demonstrate a series of hands-on experiments that you can carry out in your own kitchen. We'll explore some key aspects of life on Earth such as why water is so important to all living organisms, how matter behaves at different temperatures and what are the best conditions for life to flourish. The experiments start off simply, with baking a potato to destruction, but by the end you will be isolating and extracting the DNA of a kiwi frui ...
 
According to FastCompany, "the Stacking Benjamins podcast...strikes a great balance of fun and functional." Created live from Joe's mom's half-finished basement....you'll hear a parade of financial headlines, personal finance experts, creatives, and people with stories that inspire us. Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, hosts Joe Saul-Sehy & OG meet at the card table and bring you guests, trivia, your letters about saving, investing, and risk management, and much more. Academy of Podcast w ...
 
Just Think is a show dedicated to providing sensible dialogues in a time riddled with divisiveness. We are striving to understand arguments and to better ourselves by thinking through all positions on topics and how people get to where they think.
 
Azeem Azhar, curator of Exponential View, goes deep and insightful in conversation with leading thinkers about how technology is driving exponential change in our business models, political economy and society. You can subscribe to our podcast on iTunes, Google Play or wherever you go to get your podcasts.
 
IT Talks (produced by Redpill Linpro) lets you in on how it is to work with us, how customers have solved IT challenges, new industry trends by our partners and much more. We have offices in Denmark, Norway and Sweden – and we have recorded talks at all of our locations and the chats are held in local language.
 
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On the EthHub Weekly Recap we cover topics from the EthHub Weekly Newsletter. In this episode we discuss the progress of the Altona Eth2 testnet, 0x launched Matcha dex aggregator, Omen prediction market from dxDAO goes live, Graph Protocol raises $5mn, Axie Infinity is launching a sidechain called Ronin, Gelato Network brings IFTTT functionality t…
 
Information is knowledge, says Rafael Espino in this IT Talks episode. His talk covers knowledge graphs, semantic web, machine learning, intelligent multi-agent systems, RDF storage, and LGP. By listening to this episode you will get the answer to questions like: When does data become information? What is an intelligent agent? How does RDF storage …
 
On this episode of The Staff and Graph Podcast, Rachel and Ian breakdown what happened in Buffalo, what makes a successful ownership group and what doesn't, why owners making hockey decisions is a bad idea and where the Sabres go from here. On they Kovalev Shift they discuss how much of a say Jack Eichel has in Sabresland. Finally, in the Mailbag t…
 
Use the Azure Resource Graph to improve your Azure Governance game (Zimmergren) Using Azure Application Change Analysis to discover configuration changes in Azure services (Zimmergren) Using the Azure Portal to run Resource Graph queries (Microsoft) Using PowerShell to run Resource Graph queries (Microsoft) Using the Azure CLI to run Resource Graph…
 
M3 is a scalable metrics database originally built to host Uber’s rapidly growing data storage from Prometheus. When Rob Skillington was at Uber, he helped design, implement, and deploy M3. Since leaving Uber, he has co-founded a company around a hosted version of M3 called Chronosphere. If you have access to a scalable metrics database, you might …
 
One of the themes that I’ve seen come up increasingly in the past few months is the critical importance of product thinking in data science. As new and aspiring data scientists deepen their technical skill sets and invest countless hours doing practice problems on leetcode, product thinking has emerged as a pretty serious blind spot for many applic…
 
Developing machine learning models is not easy. From the perspective of the machine learning researcher, there is the iterative process of tuning hyperparameters and selecting relevant features. From the perspective of the operations engineer, there is a handoff from development to production, and the management of GPU clusters to parallelize model…
 
Is your job going bye-bye? Today's guest says, "Probably." But how do you succeed in an economy that seems structured against you? On today's show, we're excited to have a deep conversation with the co-founder of NPR's Planet Money and the creator of the new Passion Economy podcast, Adam Davidson. We'll touch on what the future of technology means …
 
AWS has over 150 different services. Databases, log management, edge computing, and lots of others. Instead of being overwhelmed by all of these products, an engineering team can simplify their workflow by focusing on a small subset of AWS services–the defaults. Daniel Vassalo is the author of The Good Parts of AWS. An excerpt from the book: “The c…
 
Summary Building and managing servers is a challenging task. Configuration management tools provide a framework for handling the various tasks involved, but many of them require learning a specific syntax and toolchain. PyInfra is a configuration management framework that embraces the familiarity of Pure Python, allowing you to build your own integ…
 
The modern release workflow involves multiple stakeholders: engineers, management, designers, and product managers. It is a collaborative process that is often held together with brittle workflows. A developer deploys a new build to an ad hoc staging environment and pastes a link to that environment in Slack. Other stakeholders click on that link, …
 
On this week's episode of Media Voices Cathy Olmedillas founder of independent children’s magazines Anorak and Dot, explains how she learned about the collectability of magazines from her time at The Face and turned that into a style of publishing that owes more to books than disposable magazines culture. In the news roundup the team discusses Fran…
 
As we round the 4th of July holiday, we've all celebrated George Washington as the first President of the United States, the general who lead the Continental Army against the British, and the second or third most popular character in the Broadway play "Hamilton." However, did you ever think of George Washington as an entrepreneur? Economist John Be…
 
Deepgram is an end-to-end deep learning platform for speech recognition. Unlike the general purpose APIs from Google or Amazon, Deepgram models are custom-trained for each customer. Whether the customer is a call center, a podcasting company, or a sales department, Deepgram can work with them to build something specific to their use case. Sound dat…
 
Should you have an exit strategy for the stock market? In this rewind episode Paula Pant and Len Penzo go head-to-head with their own personal strategies. Also, during the Fintech segment we interviewed Kyle Robertson, co-creator of the now discontinued Lemon app. While you won't be getting your hands on Lemon, our discussion still serves as a grea…
 
Angel Banks has worked as a product manager and UX designer. She's also a speaker and organizer for the Atlanta tech community where she works to ensure an inclusive environment for the marginalized and underrepresented in tech. In this episode, Sophia and Angel discuss making the tech industry safe and inclusive for all, whether UX designers shoul…
 
DynamoDB is a managed NoSQL database service from AWS. It is widely used as a transactional database to fulfill key-value and wide-column data models. In a previous show with Rick Houlihan, we explored how to build a data model and optimize the query patterns for a NoSQL database. Today’s show is about DynamoDB specifically: partitioning, indexing,…
 
Machine learning isn’t rocket science, unless you’re doing it at NASA. And if you happen to be doing data science at NASA, you have something in common with David Meza, my guest for today’s episode of the podcast. David has spent his NASA career focused on optimizing the flow of information through NASA’s many databases, and ensuring that that data…
 
As a user browses a webpage, that browser session generates events that need to be recorded, validated, enriched, and stored. This data is sometimes called customer data infrastructure, or CDI. This data requires a full stack of different tools: a system on the frontend to collect the data, middleware to transport the data, and backend systems for …
 
There have been plenty of retirement headlines shared online lately. While many of these articles share some great grounding advice, we've also seen a fair share of "scare" headlines as well. With that in mind we hand-picked today's rewind episode to dispel retirement fears you may have picked up the last couple of months. You can read our original…
 
On the EthHub Weekly Recap we cover topics from the EthHub Weekly Newsletter. In this episode we discuss the EIP-1559 community fund on Gitcoin, PlusToken ponzi ETH is on the move, eth2 updates including a new testnet, Balancer launched their BAL token for liquidity mining, ArchiveNode goes live, the DeFi risk appetite spectrum and 5 contrarian tak…
 
A software company manages and interacts with hundreds of APIs. These APIs require testing, performance analysis, authorization management, and release management. In a word, APIs require collaboration. Postman is a system for API collaboration. It allows users to test APIs with collections of requests, monitor the API responses, and visualize the …
 
Summary Programming languages are a powerful tool and can be used to create all manner of applications, however sometimes their syntax is more cumbersome than necessary. For some industries or subject areas there is already an agreed upon set of concepts that can be used to express your logic. For those cases you can create a Domain Specific Langua…
 
At a customer service center, thousands of hours of audio are generated. This audio provides a wealth of information to transcribe and analyze. With the additional data of the most successful customer service representatives, machine learning models can be trained to identify which speech patterns are associated with a successful worker. By identif…
 
This week Ed Needham, founder, editor and sole staffer of book review magazine Strong Words, explains how tech is enabling him to do what he does, and how digital makes it a challenge to capture and keep people's attention. He also discusses his previous career at FHM, his current workload and what the future of magazines might look like.In the new…
 
Rewind Week! Throughout the week we'll replay some of our favorite shows from the past. We're kicking Monday off with an interview we've had plenty of compliments on. Newer listeners will appreciate this one, and older listeners will find Annie Duke's interview refreshingly timely. Our original show notes are below. Do you think you make the best d…
 
In this latest episode sponsored Gabi and DoorDash, we discuss the British gangster flick Layer Cake. JVL explains why it's one of his favorite movies of the 2000s. Sonny ponders a return to movie theaters. Vic offers a rest stop ranking--pandemic edition! Plus Gout Watch 2020! Join the conversation and comment on this podcast episode: https://rico…
 
Originally published July 6, 2017. We are taking a few weeks off. We’ll be back soon with new episodes. React Native allows developers to reuse components from one user interface on multiple platforms. React Native was introduced by Facebook to reduce the pain of teams who were rewriting their user interfaces for web, iOS, and Android. Nader Dabit …
 
Wonder how your super-saver friends make pocketing Benjamins look so easy? Well, we come bearing good news because your questions are all going to be answered on today's show. MOST great savers trick themselves into saving more money and we'll dive into exactly how and what they do so that you can replicate all of their tricks. Spoiler: it's MUCH e…
 
Fernando Martinelli, CEO and co-founder of Balancer, joins the podcast to talk about the recent launch of their product. Balancer allows users to pool ETH or ERC20s into balancer pools which are then used for exchanges on the product. Fernando explains the differences in Balancer versus Uniswap, most importantly that you can providing liquidity on …
 
“Visualization is a game of decisions.” In this episode, Cole chats with data visualization consultant, teacher, researcher, and author, Andy Kirk. Hear about topics ranging from what can be learned from cartoons and other unexpected sources of inspiration to the importance of curiosity, practice, and editorial judgement for taking work from good t…
 
Originally published October 8, 2019. We are taking a few weeks off. We’ll be back soon with new episodes. Video surveillance impacts human lives every day. On most days, we do not feel the impact of video surveillance. But the effects of video surveillance have tremendous potential. It can be used to solve crimes and find missing children. It can …
 
On the EthHub Weekly Recap we cover topics from the EthHub Weekly Newsletter. In this episode we discuss the latest yield farming craze, DeFi token valuations, ETH’s 3 pillar value prop, EPNS introduced to bring notifications to Ethereum apps, ConsenSys announced their staking service, Reddit launches a scaling competition and Matter Labs brings zk…
 
Nick Pogrebnyakov is a Senior Data Scientist at Thomson Reuters, an Associate Professor at Copenhagen Business School, and the founder of Leverness, a marketplace where experienced machine learning developers can find contract work with companies. He’s a busy man, but he agreed to sit down with me for today’s TDS podcast episode, to talk about his …
 
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