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Best Omri podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Omri podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Welcome to Digital Marketing Life hosted by digital marketer, speaker, instructor and entrepreneur Noah Omri Levin giving you access to the real life experiences, challenges and triumphs of the incredible people across our industry. On this podcast you'll hear a mix of Noah interviewing people across our industry, speaking at events, coaching his digital media team members and more. Whether you're an in-house digital marketer, on the agency-side, or looking to break into the digital marketin ...
 
Hip-Hop started out in the park but it grew to be a dominant force around the world. Because of it's global influence, particularly on Curt and Tony, they created a context where they could discuss the genre. This show is unique in that it covers the full range of the Hip-Hop, taking listeners back in time, introducing some new school to the old school. And appreciating the new school having been around for the old school. This is the one, stop, shop for Hip-Hop!
 
Where can listeners go for a refreshing blend of current events and biblical truth? The options are too few. Join our hosts, Luke Walker, Nick Kennicott, and Alexander Wade as they bring a unique Wrath and Grace flavor to the conversation. Wrath and Grace offers another quality resource for the edification of Christ's church! Subscribe now! www.wrathandgrace.com
 
Abraham Mapu was born in 1808 near Kaunas, today in Lithuania. He worked as a teacher and later joined the Jewish enlightenment movement. In 1853 he published his first book, Love of Zion, which has been regarded as the first secular novel written in biblical Hebrew. It takes place at the time of the First Temple covering love stories of Yoram, his wives and his children. The book had a profound influence on Jewish youth in Eastern Europe at the time of the emergent Zionist movement. (Summar ...
 
This is a bilingual project. The first part, in Hebrew, is the story "Injustice" by Yosef Haim Brenner, written following the conquest of Palestine by the British troops during WWI. The story takes place on the Turkish side of the dividing line between the combating forces. An escaped British prisoner of war had taken shelter among a group of Jewish workers, who, following a heated discussion, turned him over to the Turkish army. The second part of this project, in English, is a chapter in t ...
 
Batman: The Long Halloween is a 13-issue comic book limited series written by Jeph Loeb with art by Tim Sale. This is a fan made audio adaptation of that series.CASTBatman/Bruce Wayne: Omri RoseHarvey Dent/Two Face: Ray BullockCptn. James Gordon: Rex Anderson Carmine 'The Roman' Falcone: Andrew Kallen Salvatore Maroni: Jason Rivers Gilda Dent/ Poison Ivy: Jeannie Mcguiness Selina Kyle/Catwoman : Natalie WinterThe Joker: John Curcio The Riddler: Chris Groundsell The Mad Hatter/Alfred/Solomon ...
 
Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities; to encourage scholarship, social activity and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice; to promote closer affiliation between the commercial world and students of commerce, and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial welfare of the community.
 
No Rest for the Weekend is a podcast dedicated to indie filmmakers and content creators. It's a must see/must listen for everyone from the film professional looking to move up in the industry to the weekend warrior/DIY filmmaker. Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed on No Rest for the Weekend are not necessarily the opinions of this channel or Behind the Rabbit Productions.
 
"The Art of Start Up War" is a weekly startup investment podcast created by Brian Mac Mahon, the CEO of The Expert Dojo Startup Accelerator in Santa Monica, California. This podcast was built to educate entrepreneurs on how to avoid the 98% failure rate that ALL new businesses face. Your host and Sensei Brian, interviews the most influential global movers and shakers of early stage angel and venture investment right here in Silicon Beach. Tune in for new episodes each week on Tuesday at 10am ...
 
This weekly podcast series is for people who love to garden and spend time outdoors and who really care about environmental stewardship. Hosted by Joe Lamp?l, national gardening television personality and author of The Green Gardener's Guide, Joe shares his unique, insiders perspective with NPR style stories, interviews with nationally acclaimed experts, answers listener's questions and offers useful tips, all in a fresh, insightful and entertaining way.
 
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This episode is in honor of social distancing. It’s just going to be you and me exploring motivation… What makes us tick? What gets us going? Well today I’m excited because I think I’ve cracked some of the code and how it applies to marketing… and I want to share that with you now… Thank you to Steven Pressfield for writing The War of Art See the L…
 
This week Brian speaks with Glen Day of NVISNx. Check out this episode and hear what Glen has built, what they are doing now, and where they are looking to go in the future! This is another don’t miss episode with plenty of amazing takeaways so be sure tune in! If you have the next big idea, apply to the Expert Dojo Accelerator: www.expertdojo.com…
 
Hugh Francis joins in to talk about LightOS and the Light Phone. The Light Phone is a simplified phone built with e-ink that uses React Native as its way to build applications. Panelists Charles Max Wood Tim Jung Guest Hugh Francis Sponsors Infinite Red G2i | Enjoy the luxuries of freelancing CacheFly _______________________________________________…
 
You are about to hear an episode that has so many twists and turns that even those who were on the show were on the edge of their seats. Just when you think it seems obvious and predictable it takes a turn. And then another turn. And then another. If you listen to no other podcast the rest of the year let it be said that you listened to this. And t…
 
This week Brian speaks with the one and only Jenny Chang! This week Brian speaks with the one and only Jenny Chang! Jenny Chang is an experiential event specialist who has established & grown four different companies; ROCKNEVENTS, ROCKNU, Jenny Chang, and Vowlá. Her determination has led her to achieve a grand level of success in a short seven year…
 
Ryan Christiani is a development manager at Shopify building an android point of sale app with React Native. He wrote a blog post about how Shopify arrived at the decision to use React Native, how they plan to give back, and how it shapes the direction of mobile at Shopify going forward. Panelists Charles Max Wood Guest Ryan Christiani Sponsors G2i…
 
This week Brian speaks with another great entrepreneur about their fast growing business! Brian talks with David Phillips and Luka Zambello of Jurny and they discuss everything that goes into building empires. Be sure to tune into another great episode of the Art of Startup War! Born in LA. Jurny is a cutting-edge technology company dedicated to do…
 
NCAA is gone! There will be no brackets this year. No last minute jump shots to win the game. No Cinderella teams capturing our hearts as we root for the underdog. The Virus has taken that from us. However, there is one final four left with $500 at stake. Find out who they are on this episode of Cross Examine. Feelosophy http://itunes.apple.com/alb…
 
Tim Jung from the Call of Duty companion app team joins Charles Max Wood to discuss the ins and outs of working on the app. We discuss how it’s built, changes in technology stacks, approaches to team collaboration, and a ton more. Panelists Charles Max Wood Gues Tim Jung Sponsors G2i | Enjoy the luxuries of freelancing Infinite Red CacheFly _______…
 
Jared Palmer talks to Charles Max Wood about Formik and form managmenet in React and React Native. He's just started Formik, Inc to provide more form based services. He explains the origin of Formik and then talks about how Formik uses React hooks to manage the data flow in forms in both React and React Native through 2 way data binding. Panelists …
 
This week, Josh Warwick teaches us how to build applications that work offline and on poor connections. He explains 6 approaches to working offline and when and how to use them. Panelists Josh Justice Charles Max Wood Sponsors G2i Infinite Red CacheFly ____________________________________________________________ "The MaxCoders Guide to Finding Your…
 
The panel dives into the pros and cons of writing PWAs versus writing React Native applications. We work out the definition (sort of) of a PWA and having a web application that works well on mobile and the availability and complexity tradeoffs between the two solutions. Panelists Jamon Holmgren Josh Justice Charles Max Wood Sponsors G2i Infinite Re…
 
Joe Lafiosca gave a lightning talk at Chain React 2019 and wrote a library that allows you to drag and drop views in React Native. If you need to move, re-order, or manage elements or lists in your React Native app, you should check out Drax. Joe walks us through the capabilities of the library and how it came together. Panelists Jamon Holmgren Cha…
 
Omri explains how to build React Native apps that will be used by thousands and thousands of users across a large website infrastructure. He explains the architecture and modules used and how they approach native code for Wix's applications. Panelists Josh Justice Jamon Holmgren Christopher Reyes Guest Omri Bruchim Sponsors G2i Infinite Red CacheFl…
 
In this episode of React Native Radio the panel dives deep into native code. They discuss how it works and shares their experiences using it. They start by discussing why native code is useful and why would anyone choose to use it. The panel defines the bridge and what it means for native code. They consider why React Native developers coming from …
 
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