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Best JustUs podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best JustUs podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Justus von Liebig (1803-1873) was a German chemist who made major contributions to agricultural and biological chemistry and is known for his discovery of nitrogen as an essential plant nutrient. These letters “were written for the especial purpose of exciting the attention of governments, and an enlightened public, to the necessity of establishing Schools of Chemistry, and of promoting by every means, the study of a science so intimately connected with the arts, pursuits, and social well-be ...
 
Welcome to the Under The Influence podcast, hosted by speaker, entrepreneur, pastor, motivator, and processor Justus Murimi. On this podcast you will find interviews with high performing leaders, processing sessions I have with clients and friends, sermons I give, and random thoughts that I just have to share with the under the influence movement!
 
On Elixir Wizards, we talk with software developers from around the world about the Elixir language and other modern web technologies. In season four our theme is System and Application Architecture. Elixir Wizards is hosted by Justus Eapen and Eric Oestrich of SmartLogic, a dev shop that’s been building custom software since 2005 and running Elixir applications in production since 2015. Learn more about how SmartLogic uses Phoenix and Elixir. (https://smartlogic.io/phoenix-and-elixir?utm_so ...
 
San Francisco Chronicle food writers and columnists Soleil Ho and Justin Phillips talk to fascinating food folks in the Bay Area and beyond about restaurant life, cookbooks and the devastating horror of ranch dressing. Their attempts to decipher the bizarro happenings of the food world will stimulate your mind and your appetite.
 
Numerous theories have been proposed for the causes of dancing mania, and it remains unclear whether it was a real illness or a social phenomenon. One of the most prominent theories is that victims suffered from ergot poisoning, which was known as St Anthony's Fire in the Middle Ages. During floods and damp periods, ergots were able to grow and affect rye and other crops. Ergotism can cause hallucinations, but cannot account for the other strange behaviour most commonly identified with danci ...
 
There are 3 parts to this collection. (1) Against Apion is a two-volume defence of Judaism as classical religion and philosophy, stressing its antiquity, as opposed to what Josephus claimed was the relatively more recent tradition of the Greeks. Some anti-Judean allegations ascribed by Josephus to the Greek writer Apion, and myths accredited to Manetho are also addressed. (2) Discourse To The Greeks Concerning Hades describes the author's views on the afterlife against the prevailing view of ...
 
Beezy Douglas is a Cleveland-based musician, event producer, and family man. On this show he sits down to talk with grassroots performers, activists, and other persons of interest that he's had the fortune to cross paths with. Follow me @bzdug, and use #bzlistening if you share any of the episodes! http://bzlistening.com All songs included with permission from the artists. Tips are welcome at https://www.patreon.com/bzdug
 
NFM TV podcast interview with Brian Simmons, CEO of Scotsman Guide, the premier publication dedicated to information pertinent to loan originators and the mortgage industry as a whole. Simmons discusses the history of the magazine, the upcoming top originators issue, and their new Ask-A-Lender initiative.
 
This is Power Your Story, a podcast produced by students at Ray Graham Training Center High School in Chicago. We represent diverse voices, telling our real life stories through the power of podcasting technology. Each season is produced by a new group of students under the mentorship of digital media producer, Andrea Klunder, creating personal journals, interviews, and educational pieces about the topics that matter most: bullying, social change, aft, music, food and dreams for the future. ...
 
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Acts 1:12-26 Introduction I want to be careful in what I predict, but I want to say that I hope that this is my final congregation of my pastoral career. I realize that I still have a lot of time before I retire, but the thought of going through the process again is not appealing. I have friends who are in a time of pastoral transition and I don’t …
 
Peter Schreiner is a University Professor and the Justus von Liebig Chair, he studies the intersection between chemistry and biology. We have a fascinating conversations about his observations on democracy, if the peer review system is failing, and his culture's response to the question of liberty vs safety. To support the podcast, meet others in t…
 
Bay Area chef and community organizer Jocelyn Jackson is the founder of JustUs Kitchen, a project that provides healing food experiences for Black women and femmes. Jackson, also the co-founder of the People’s Kitchen Collective, talks about what it means to create liberated spaces, the ancient history of mutual aid, and how we can sustain the poli…
 
Welcome to the first part of our extra special Elixir Wizards Dojo. A mashup made in partnership with ElixirConf Japan, in today’s episode, we pose questions asked by the Japanese Nerves community to Nerves core team members, Frank Hunleth and Justin Schneck. After introducing our guests, we talk about which companies make use of Nerve and explore …
 
Korsha Wilson talks about her website and podcast, A Hungry Society, and how she’s protected her byline by only taking on writing assignments she believes in. Her focus on Caribbean cuisine and Black foodways at large has been an inspiration to Soleil Ho and Justin Phillips. Plus: Soleil and Justin compare their writing careers to the acting career…
 
In today’s episode, we chat about system architecture, Ruby, Elixir, and everything in between with Greg Mefford, the senior back-end engineer for the Bleacher Report. We open the conversation by asking Greg about his start in coding, leading to a story about how Greg was that bored kid pressuring a math teacher to teach him QBasic. He shares how h…
 
Simileoluwa Adebajo, owner of San Francisco’s Eko Kitchen, speaks with hosts Soleil Ho and Justin Phillips just hours after her restaurant burned down in a major fire. She remains positive she can rebuild the city’s only Nigerian restaurant and has launched a GoFundMe in support of her business as well as several others that lost property in the fi…
 
Johanna Larsson is a community-minded software engineer whose project, Hex Diff, generates highlighted git diffs, right in your browser. In this episode, we talk to Johanna about how Hex Diff can benefit Elixir users, the differences between code architecture and code design, and the debatably under-appreciated role of Elixir umbrella apps. We star…
 
Acts 1:1-11 Introduction Have you ever been in the awkward experience of expecting someone to do something and you are not sure if they are going to do it? You are hanging on their every word and action, hoping that that they will get around to what you want them to do or say. It can be stressful. When Amanda and I were getting married, we decided …
 
Vance Crowe interviews his graduate school mentor, Zheng Wang. They discuss cultural interpretations about masks, and why China and the US have different Coronavirus results. Zheng Wang taught me a great deal about other ways of thinking about the world. He took far more interest in my work than any other professor I've ever met. He pushed me to su…
 
Vance Crowe's friend Lance Corbett comes back and talks about being locked up and having to fight for his life. He describes finding work after prison. Lance also describes for Vance how the Saint Louis graffiti culture works, with their motivations and obstacles. Fun conversation with a smart hardworking friend that has seen the harder side of lif…
 
Handling date and time is a challenge in any language, but Lau Taarnskov is determined to solve that problem in Elixir. Lau is today’s guest on Elixir Wizards, and this episode is all about his contributions to Elixir. Lau has been involved with web development and e-commerce for decades. He started contributing to Elixir open source in 2014 and cr…
 
Gespräch mit Marcus Wagner von der International School Augsburg Kontaktdaten marcus.wagner@isa-augsburg.com International School Augsburg Weitere Kontaktdaten digitalschooling.de / digitalschooling.at / digitalschooling.ch +49 152 0749 9872 / +43 664 514 6803 info@digitalschooling.de / info@digitalschooling.at / info@digitalschooling.ch Hintergrun…
 
Julie McDaniel is the mother of 6 children on the Oklahoma high desert where they raise cattle in a difficult part of the world. Vance and Julie discuss what it is to be a mother, family values, tradition and teaching your children about mortality. To support the podcast, meet others in the Articulate Ventures Network, and join the Articulate Ventu…
 
Samuel Maondu was a teenager when I met him while living in Kenya in the Peace Corps. He went from being a barefoot adolescent living without electricity or running water to becoming a nurse in the United States. This is a phenomenal story of living the dream. To support the podcast, meet others in the Articulate Ventures Network, and join the Arti…
 
For part 2 of our Council of Wizards panel discussion, we are joined by Chris Bell, Desmond Bowe, Emily Maxie, Dan Lindeman, and Alan Voss! Chris and Desmond run the ElixirTalk Podcast and we get in-depth on the intersection of the language and talking about it. They share the lessons they have learned in the podcasting space, making some pit stops…
 
Robby McGehee is an internationally recognized race car driver. As an elite racer that raced in the Indianapolis 500 he has a firsthand view of how to handle adrenaline, risk and danger. He talks about risk as a father and as a man that insures massive building project. To support the podcast, meet others in the Articulate Ventures Network, and joi…
 
The Elixir community continues to flourish and evolve in these uncertain times and in honor of this we have put together a live show with a number of special guests! In part one today, we are joined by Andrea Leopardi and René Föhring, who we are so happy to welcome back. We get the lowdown from each of them in turn, discussing personal preferences…
 
Bruce Figger is a traveling veterinarian that works with cattle, horses and even pets. We talked about the challenging and changing world of veterinary medicine, the high suicide rate among vets, the challenges of balancing hard work with the demands of life, and books that impacted him. To watch the video on YouTube: https://youtu.be/TFrKplgiFhs T…
 
Wide ranging conversation with an accomplished attorney, a history professor and the man charged with overseeing the justice of the people of Saint Louis. We discuss cancel culture, reducing regulations, mob justice and the rule of law. To watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/a4-H3HlhNh0 To support the podcast, meet others in the Articulate Ventures …
 
Sheriff Tom Allman had a 34 year career as a police officer and eventually sheriff. He shares his insights into police budgets, training, screening and tells stories about his experiences as a peacekeeper. To support the podcast, meet others in the Articulate Ventures Network, and join the Articulate Ventures Book Club: https://www.articulate.ventu…
 
Although it’s taken him four seasons to make an appearance, we are so glad to finally welcome Chris McCord, creator of the Phoenix framework, onto the show. While this season’s focus is on system and application architecture, today’s discussion deviates to focus on Phoenix. We get started by hearing more about Chris’s programming journey, all the w…
 
Claire Fox is a prolific thinker and debater. She runs one of the most important debate conferences in the world, attended by some of the greatest debaters of our time. Vance and Claire discuss the book 1984, why she thinks feminists have trouble connecting with current day movements and the value of open debate. To learn more about the Telepresenc…
 
Here's a teaser of my very first guest appearance on another podcast: Stoner Morning Show. The host, Shawn Wickens, is an old friend of mine from my improv days in NYC. Last year he mentioned on Facebook that he wanted advice on how to start a podcast, and I told him everything I learned in exchange for him being a guest on my show. I can’t thank h…
 
Hawa Hassan, CEO of Basbaas Somali Foods, talks about her work to promote African cuisines here in the U.S. and her new cookbook, “In Bibi’s Kitchen.” She also has a frank discussion of her work with Bon Appetit’s Test Kitchen, which she says used her image to uphold the illusion of diversity while not affording her the respect she deserved. | Get …
 
Today’s guest is Amos King, Principal CEO at Binary Noggin, and host on the Elixir Outlaws and This Agile Life podcasts. This episode is centered around a casual conversation about everything from programming, the military, sarcasm, and puns to systems and application architecture, domain-driven design, and bitmasks. Amos shares with us how he got …
 
Ana Lorena Fabrega attended 10 different schools throughout the world when she was a child. She became a teacher and suddenly realized that the old paradigm used to teach soldiers and factory workers doesn't meet today's children's need. We talked about remote learning, online learning, micro-schools and many other things parents will find interest…
 
Joseph Ring is a 24 year old cattle producer along with his brother Michael who raise the famed Ring Brothers Beef. Joseph is a musician, a father, a butcher, and a tinkerer. I met Joseph because he found a way to help me get better. He's been one of my closest friends ever since. Membership into the Articulate Ventures Network is open to all now: …
 
Kareem Henton joins me today to discuss what first roused him to activism, how BLM functions as an organization nationally and locally, and what his greatest hopes and fears are for the outcome of this national protest movement. A lot has happened since my last episode. Let’s see: Bernie dropped out, a global pandemic broke out, which caused the ec…
 
Welcome to another episode of Elixir Wizards as we continue our journey into system and application architecture! Our featured guest today is Sundi Myint and she is here to share her journey with Elixir and her non-traditional path to programming. We hear about Sundi's interest in gaming, her role at Cava and a bit of the inspiration behind her ama…
 
Natalina Sents; Digital Content Manager, Successful Farming Magazine Natalina Sents is the kind of intrepid young reporter written about in comic books. She is brave, empathetic and acutely aware of what is going on around her. She is one of the most respected storytellers of agrarian life in our modern era. We discussed working multiple jobs, virt…
 
The writer and television personality talks about her new show, Taste the Nation. Lakshmi, an award-winning author who previously hosted “Top Chef,” talks about using her show to broaden the definition of “American food” — as an antidote to xenophobia and ahistoric notions of who “Americans” are. | Get full Chronicle access: sfchronicle.com/pod…
 
Jude 1:17-25 Introduction Different people have different starting points for how they live their lives. Some begin from a place of reflection or of theory or of impulse. While I appreciate all of those things, I prefer more guidance and direction. I want to be told what to do, not necessarily how to do it, but at least to be given the expectations…
 
Ben Anderson is the CEO of Wand a tech startup that allows people to hire a house cleaner on a phone app. Ben is the executive producer of Vance's podcast and they have a candid discussion about universities, student loan debt, and tearing down of monuments. Vance and Ben discussed the Articulate Ventures Network for people that want to support the…
 
Dave Thomas is recognized internationally as an expert who develops high-quality software–accurate and highly flexible systems. He helped write the now-famous Agile Manifesto, and regularly gives inspiring and controversial speeches on new ways of producing software. He is the author of six books, including the best selling The Pragmatic Programmer…
 
Keaton Kruger is in the ag industry and caught my attention over Twitter about a year ago. He studies things that interest him and has a curiosity about things he doesn't understand. We discussed a huge array of topics from fasting, human genetics, telepresence, and surveillance. We explore how to look and sound better on video calls and Vance expl…
 
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