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The Data Center Podcast is produced by Data Center Knowledge, the leading information source for all things data center. In our podcast we interview technology and business leaders in the data center industry to get to know them better and to ask for their take on where things are going in the constantly changing world of cloud, internet, and enterprise infrastructure, which are increasingly becoming one thing.
 
A fun, techie robotics channel that inspires students to wake up their hidden talents. We also share Inspirational stories and productivity hacks from amazing people. Leave a voice message on Anchor.fm to share your story. Hear about: Kids building robots from junk around the world, Teenage sisters that pilot airplanes across the country, Robot Surgeons, 3 year old geniuses, and much more. Cover art photo provided by rawpixel on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@rawpixel
 
The Sourcegraph Podcast is a new show about developer tools and their creators. It can sometimes feel like a full-time job just staying on top of the latest libraries, frameworks, plugins, extensions, CLI tools, and developer apps. We want to help you do that, by giving you a window into the minds of some of the best and brightest people working at the forefront of developer productivity. You'll hear from dev tool company founders, open-source authors, and developer efficiency leaders inside ...
 
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Nicole Bradford is Global Head of Responsible Investment for superannuation fund Cbus. In this podcast, we speak about Cbus' commitment to achieve net zero carbon by 2050, the UN-backed sustainable development goals and green washing. This podcast is brought to you in partnership with Trillium Asset Management.Overview of Podcast with Nicole Bradfo…
 
Alex Rabbetts leads the European Data Center Association, the lobbying organization behind the recent Climate Neutral Data Centre Pact. In the interview we try to learn why EUDCA thinks a voluntary pact -- as opposed to regulation -- wouldn’t put the industry’s interests ahead of what’s best for the environment.…
 
To claim CME credit, visit https://i3health.com/oda-nsclc-krasOne of the two major subtypes of lung cancer, non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) is a challenging disease to treat, with most patients being diagnosed at a locally advanced or metastatic stage. Despite the use of tumor histology and relevant molecular biomarkers to determine treatment st…
 
To claim CME credit, visit https://i3health.com/burnout-in-oncologyPhysician burnout and work-related stress are serious and prevalent issues in oncology, with nearly 45% of oncologists experiencing signs of burnout. Recently, this problem has been further exacerbated by the challenges brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. In this episode of Onco…
 
Some of the largest data center operators have been ramping up investment in renewable energy and other measures aimed at reducing their impact on climate change. Overall, however, creating a truly sustainable data center industry -- which as a sector is of the fastest-growing energy consumers -- will require regulation.…
 
Matt Patsky is Chief Executive Officer and Portfolio Manager at sustainable investment firm Trillium, which was recently acquired by Perpetual. In this interview, we talk about the power of Facebook, truth and fiction in media, excessive remuneration and rainbow washing.We also discuss the impact the Trump presidency has had on the ESG industry. “A…
 
Thursday , Feb 18, 2021 was an exciting day for NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. The biggest, fastest , smartest Rover successfully touched on the surface of Mars. These is a surprising fact about this rover and what it just told you about home computer system or your smartphone. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wakeuplearn/message…
 
Professor Deep Kapur is Director at the Monash Centre for Financial Studies in Melbourne, Australia. He is also a member of the investment committee of pension fund REST. Professor Kapur has had a varied career, spanning asset consulting, investment banking and academia.In this podcast, we speak about the lessons learned from the various crises sin…
 
The EV car community loves to talk about how efficient EVs are. Of course they are much more efficient than polluting gasoline or diesel cars. But how well does a car stack up for efficiency against an e-bike or even a e-scooter?? Let's run some numbers and find out. The winner might surprise you... We compare the efficiency of different types of E…
 
In this magazine episode we're featuring: - Brexit (briefly..) - Hyundai makes a Robotics acquisition - Autonomous vehicle charging from VW - Tokyo dumps gasoline by 2030 - Apple enters the EV space (allegedly..) - Toyota is making an actual EV (not a hybrid..) - Some outstanding end of year EV deals in the USA Links https://www.forbes.com/sites/da…
 
To claim CME/NCPD credit for this podcast, visit i3health.com/advanced-merkel-cell-carcinomaIn this bonus episode of Oncology Data Advisor, learn more about emerging evidence on immunotherapeutic strategies for advanced MCC and multidisciplinary approaches to monitor and manage immune-related adverse events in patients with advanced MCC in this act…
 
Data is an amazing thing. It tells us who we are and what we do. And while predicting the choices, preferences and behaviors of one person is nearly impossible, predicting this for many people is a lot easier through the power of data analysis. Once-hidden patterns are revealed, structure emerges, and our data becomes our vision into the future. If…
 
The Data Center Podcast: Jabez Tan, head of research at Structure Research, on the state of play in the global colocation market, including an overview of the top emerging markets, where most of the growth is going to happen over the next few years.By Yevgeniy Sverdlik - Data Center Knowledge
 
In this podcast we get back on track again with a magazine episode. Some news, a survey, some clean energy and a classic car website. Plus the new Fiat 500e and how not to plan a Porsche Taycan trip... And finally....what podcast would be complete without a mention of Tesla or Elon Musk at least once! We're not been around for a while but we've bee…
 
As an engineer at Puppet, CoreOS, and Google Cloud, Kelsey Hightower has been at the forefront of new deployment technologies over the past decade. Along the way, he has built tools like confd, created learning resources like Kubernetes The Hard Way, co-founded KubeCon, and taught multitudes of people about containers, infrastructure as code, servi…
 
While the US was voting in the election , Walmart quietly listened to its customers biggest fear. Hint, it’s not about politics or the coronavirus. #technology #robotics --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wakeuplearn/message…
 
Andrew Fisher is Head of Asset Allocation at Australian pension fund Sunsuper. We discussed the impact of how the markets have changed since the 2008 financial crisis on asset allocation and whether these changes are structural or part of a very long cycle.We also discuss the fund's partnership program, whether value is truly a risk premium and ret…
 
Peter Pezaris is the CEO and founder of Codestream, an editor plugin that's bringing code discussions and communication into your IDE. Codestream is starting by bringing GitHub PRs into your editor, but it has a novel vision for knowledge sharing that goes well beyond that. We talk about that vision, the shortcomings of existing communication tools…
 
To claim CME/NCPD credit for this podcast, visit i3health.com/oda-renal-cell-carcinomaKidney cancer accounts for approximately 4% of all cancer diagnoses in the United States. An estimated 73,750 new cases are reported annually and 14,830 people die of the disease. Renal cell carcinoma, which comprises nearly 90% of all kidney cancers, is character…
 
So much has turned uncertain about our world this year – one thing that helps in times of uncertainty is to stay focused in the realm of what we can control. And while we can’t control the future, there is a trick that does give us a bit of control over the shape the future will be in. When we act in good faith to the question of “How can I become …
 
Jonathan Carter (a.k.a. LostInTangent) is the principal program manager at Microsoft for VS Code Liveshare, GitHub Codespaces, and IntelliCode. We talk about how Liveshare is opening up new possibilities in pair programming, how Codespaces aims to reduce a key source of developer friction, and how he and his team want to enable more developers to s…
 
Michael Hunstad is Head of Quantitative Research for Northern Trust Asset Management. Michael and his team have produced a report which analyses risk in more than 200 portfolios and over a 1,000 equity strategies over a period of four years. They found that there are six drivers of unintended outcomes in portfolios, including uncompensated risk and…
 
Andrew Gallant (a.k.a. BurntSushi) is the creator of ripgrep, a popular command-line search tool that powers the search box in VS Code. Andrew tells me how ripgrep began, explains why it's faster than GNU grep and other grep alternatives, and gets into the nitty-gritty of regex optimization. We also discuss another matter near and dear to both of u…
 
To claim CME/NCPD credit for this podcast, visit https://i3health.com/oda-nsclcOne of the two major subtypes of lung cancer, non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) is a challenging disease to treat, with most patients being diagnosed at a locally advanced or metastatic stage. Despite the use of tumor histology and relevant molecular biomarkers to deter…
 
To claim CME/MOC credit for this podcast, visit https://i3health.com/oda-cholangiocarcinomaWith an estimated incidence of 8,000 new cases per year, cholangiocarcinoma is a rare and aggressive tumor type that accounts for only 3% of all gastrointestinal cancers. Outcomes are poor, with 5-year survival rates ranging from 24% to as low as 2%. In this …
 
Voting affects everything you do. The air you breathe, water you drink, food, jobs, racial justice, business, even how you pray. We challenge you to change our minds. Note: Every election is important, not just presidential elections, by the way, the president tested positive for COVID-19 while we're working on this episode, we wish him well, it's …
 
Syrus Akbary is the founder and CEO of Wasmer, the startup behind the open-source web assembly runtime that's doing for WebAssembly what Docker did for LXC. Syrus explains what WebAssembly is, why it matters outside your browser, and how it compares to other virtualization technologies. He shares the pains that motivated him to look into WebAssembl…
 
Professor Bill Mitchell is one of the key figures behind the Modern Monetary Theory, a term he coined himself. We talk to Professor about the impact of the pandemic on economies, what can be done about the sky-high unemployment rates and why ultimately unemployment is a political choice.Overview of Podcast with Bill Mitchell, University of Newcastl…
 
To claim CME credit for this podcast, visit https://i3health.com/oda-mclAn aggressive form of B-cell non-Hodgkin lymphoma, mantle cell lymphoma (MCL) is a challenging disease to treat, with a median overall survival of 6 to 7 years. Even in patients who achieve a complete response, recurrence and relapse are still frequent. In this episode of Oncol…
 
Michael Stapelberg shares with us a multitude of experiences and contributions across the Go and Linux open-source communities. Highlights include creating the popular window manager i3, building Debian Code Search, and researching fast package management for Linux with distri. Thorsten Ball, author of Writing a Compiler in Go and Writing an Interp…
 
Nathan Fabian is Chief Responsible Investment Officer with the Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI). The PRI believes that financial markets today have not adequately priced-in the likely near-term policy response to climate change. In this podcast, we talk about the release of the Inevitable Policy Response, a project that aims to prepare i…
 
Matt Holt is the author of many popular projects in the Go open-source world, among them the popular Caddy web server, which pioneered support for HTTP/2 and might still be the only major web server to support automatic TLS by default. Matt talks about his motivations for creating Caddy, how the project grew and evolved over time, what it was like …
 
Thorsten Klein is the creator of k3d, a tool that lets you run a lightweight Kubernetes cluster (k3s) inside a single Docker container. This makes it much easier to spin up a Kubernetes cluster in places like your dev environment, your CI pipeline, or a low-resource environment like a Raspberry Pi. Thorsten is a DevOps engineer at Trivago, where he…
 
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