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You want to create effective data visualizations. That’s hard work. There are so many decisions to make, like chart type, annotations, and color! Will this podcast help? Host and fellow data viz designer Alli Torban is in the trenches with you. She shares the latest tools and methods that she’s discovered while on the job and interviewing top designers. If you’re an analyst, journalist, or designer who wants to hone your skills with specific tactics, then this show could be just what you need.
 
Ever wanted to know how music affects your brain, what quantum mechanics really is, or how black holes work? Do you wonder why you get emotional each time you see a certain movie, or how on earth video games are designed? Then you’ve come to the right place. Each week, Sean Carroll will host conversations with some of the most interesting thinkers in the world. From neuroscientists and engineers to authors and television producers, Sean and his guests talk about the biggest ideas in science, ...
 
There are great stories in the security industry that aren’t being told. Fascinating people who fly below the radar and aren’t being heard. We know because we encounter them in hallways, hotel lobbies and just about everywhere imaginable across the globe. Everytime we think “I wish I had recorded that conversation so that everyone could hear it…” Our goal with Security Voices is to provide a place for clear-headed dialogue with great people that’s unencumbered by the hyperbole and shouting t ...
 
This podcast talks about how to program in Java; not your tipical system.out.println("Hello world"), but more like real issues, such as O/R setups, threading, getting certain components on the screen or troubleshooting tips and tricks in general. The format is as a podcast so that you can subscribe to it, and then take it with you and listen to it on your way to work (or on your way home), and learn a little bit more (or reinforce what you knew) from it.
 
The Solomon Success podcast is dedicated to the timeless wisdom of King Solomon and the Book of Proverbs in order to maximize one’s business and life. To our advantage, we can find King Solomon’s financial strategies in addition to many life philosophies documented in biblical scriptures. Focusing on these enduring fundamentals of success allows us to bypass the “get-rich-quick” schemes that cause many to stumble on their journey toward success. Our concern is not only spiritual in nature, b ...
 
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Leider spoilert Nils heute relativ früh, ob er sich freut, oder nicht. Ob dieses „Frühurteil“ wirklich so bleibt ist natürlich erst einmal ungewiss. Ansonsten könnt ihr euch auf physikalischen Unsinn freuen (Bei Star Trek? Nahezu unmöglich!), auf ein sehr seltenes Shuttle, stillstehende Romulaner und unseren Erklärbär-Tag. Heute mit dabei: Wie funk…
 
Join us for this Keeping it Real where you’ll learn how to reconnect with your neglected past clients, sphere, and lead nurtures so more people call you without spending a lot of money. You’ll learn a simple process to export all your contacts into one file - properly de-duplicated and scrubbed - so you can email them a re-connect message about the…
 
Welcome to the September 2021 Ask Me Anything episode of Mindscape! These monthly excursions are funded by Patreon supporters (who are also the ones asking the questions). I take the large number of questions asked by Patreons, whittle them down to a more manageable size — based primarily on whether I have anything interesting to say about them, no…
 
Rob Bernshteyn’s definition of product-market-fit is having “the least lines of code with the maximum amount of value and the highest willingness to pay for that value.” Rob is the CEO of Coupa, the leading business-spend management platform. He’s a product-led and metrics-driven CEO. So, naturally, this conversation is all about product and SaaS m…
 
We are sponsored by audible! http://www.audibletrial.com/programmingthrowdown We are on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/programmingthrowdown T-Shirts! http://www.cafepress.com/programmingthrowdown/13590693 Join us on Discord! https://discord.gg/r4V2zpC The Art of Vacations Taking a good vacation is as important as getting a good night's sleep (*ve…
 
Eine weitere besondere Subraumnachricht hat uns erreicht und wir haben wieder spontan beschlossen, außer der Reihe darüber zu sprechen. Erhofft und nahezu erwartet erschien am 08.09.2021, dem ‚Star Trek Day‘, ein neuer Trailer zu „Star Trek: Picard – Staffel 2“. Wir werden wild noch immer durch Realitäten? und Zeiten? gewirbelt und bleiben weiterhi…
 
The GreyBeards move up the stack this month with a talk on big data and data analytics with Sean Owen (@sean_r_owen), Data Science lead at Databricks and Apache Spark committee and PMC member. The focus of the talk was on Apache Spark. Spark is an Apache Software Foundation open-source data analytics project and has been up and running since 2010. …
 
Hundreds of inexpensive satellites are now regularly launched into space through SpaceX’s Smallsat Rideshare program. Some are sophisticated and commercial, others are DIY and experimental. They share space with now over 3,000 other artificial satellites orbiting the Earth. What could possibly go wrong? Frank Pound joins Jack and Dave for a convers…
 
How human beings behave is, for fairly evident reasons, a topic of intense interest to human beings. And yet, not only is there much we don’t understand about human behavior, different academic disciplines seem to have developed completely incompatible models to try to explain it. And as today’s guest Herb Gintis complains, they don’t put nearly en…
 
Mierzący 160 metrów, majestatyczny, atomowy okręt podwodny K141 'Kursk', wyruszył w swą ostatnią podróż 10 września 2000 roku. Manewry Floty Północnej rosyjskiej marynarki wojennej, w której uczestniczyło 30 jednostek, miały odbywać się na Morzu Barentsa Nikt nie przeżył katastrofy. Dziś wiadomo, że część z załogi po wybuchu schroniła się w dziewią…
 
How did 9/11 the day become 9/11 the idea? That question drives award-winning host Dan Taberski (Missing Richard Simmons, Running From COPS, The Line) to shift his focus to what happened on 9/12, and every day after that. 9/12 is a poignant, surprising, and surprisingly funny seven episode series about people who wake up on 9/12 having to navigate …
 
Physics is extremely good at describing simple systems with relatively few moving parts. Sadly, the world is not like that; many phenomena of interest are complex, with multiple interacting parts and interesting things happening at multiple scales of length and time. One area where the techniques of physics overlap with the multi-scale property of …
 
Kevin Kauffman and his business partner Fred Weaver have 25 agents on their real estate sales team in Phoenix. They sold 306 homes last year ($110 Million). They originally set their agent splits based on what’s taught in the Millionaire RealEstate Agent book. Their bottom line, however, was only 10-20%. After reflecting on that, they decided to ac…
 
Have you heard of data sonification? It’s the process of turning data into sound, and there's a novel podcast out now called Loud Numbers where Duncan Geere and Miriam Quick introduce a data story, explain how they sonified it, and then play the sonification they've created. In this episode, we discover how they created their podcast, what’s the be…
 
There is no general theory of problem-solving, or even a reliable set of principles that will usually work. It’s therefore interesting to see how our brains actually go about solving problems. Here’s an interesting feature that you might not have guessed: when faced with an imperfect situation, our first move to improve it tends to involve adding n…
 
You’ve seen the dancing Boston Dynamics dogs, Honda’s ASIMO greeting people at malls, and the half-court-shooting robot at the Olympics, among other awe-inspiring robot stories that nowadays are getting increasingly more common. But equally fascinating, especially for us programmers, is the amount of programming and structure needed to make sure th…
 
Economies in the modern world are incredibly complex systems. But when we sit down to think about them in quantitative ways, it’s natural to keep things simple at first. We look for reliable relations between small numbers of variables, seek equilibrium configurations, and so forth. But those approaches don’t always work in complex systems, and som…
 
Wir dachten, wir könnten mal eben kurz über Datas Tochter Lal sprechen… Wir lagen irgendwie falsch. Denn diese Folge beinhaltet so viele Dinge, die von allen Seiten betrachtet werden müssen. Warum muss es ständig Badmirals geben? Warum muss ein Klingone sich wie ein Klingone verhalten? Warum trägt Deanna keine Uniform und warum sehen wir schon wied…
 
Dan Noma is on the show this week to share how he created EasyStreetOffers.com to help homeowners know all their options when selling their home. It's working - he sold 1,800 homes last year with this simple message in hyper-competitive Phoenix, which is ground zero for all the iBuyer disruption. Dan uses direct mail, Facebook, TV, and phone calls …
 
The GreyBeards had a great discussion with Floyd Christofferson, CEO, StrongBox Data Solutions on their big data/HPC file and archive solution. Floyd’s is very knowledgeable on problems of extremely large data repositories and has been around the HPC and other data intensive industries for decades. StrongBox’s StrongLink solution offers a global na…
 
A clear pattern is emerging of security leaders also being anointed with responsibility for privacy. Some of the origins of this movement no doubt can be found in regulations like GDPR who blend requirements for both security and privacy in mandates for data breach response. While this may seem like a logical pairing for lawmakers, it can be anythi…
 
Plato and Aristotle founded much of what we think of as Western philosophy during the fourth and fifth centuries BCE. Interestingly, that historical period also witnessed the foundation of some of the major schools of Chinese philosophy, especially Confucianism and Daoism. This is a long-overdue discussion of ancient Chinese ideas, featuring philos…
 
Welcome to the August 2021 Ask Me Anything episode of Mindscape! These monthly excursions are funded by Patreon supporters (who are also the ones asking the questions). I take the large number of questions asked by Patreons, whittle them down to a more manageable size — based primarily on whether I have anything interesting to say about them, not w…
 
Brief Summary: Authentication has become a necessity in a digital world that’s ever-increasing in complexity. What can you do to arm yourself against the constant threat of data breaches and hacks? In this episode Jason sits down with Aviad Mizrachi, CTO and Co-Founder of Frontegg, to give us valuable insight into how Authentication works, and how …
 
Spring Bengtzen’s real estate team of 27 agents – located about 20 minutes outside of Salt Lake City, Utah – has already sold 259 units as of August 2021. If things continue in this hot housing market, they will likely sell around 450 homes by the end of the year. Spring got her operational costs down considerably by hiring an international team of…
 
Neuroscience has given us great insights into how our brains work. But there is still room for purely humanistic disciplines to help us think through our thoughts and emotions, not to mention the meaning of our lives. Mari Ruti is a professor of English literature, with expertise in critical theory, gender studies, and psychoanalysis, especially th…
 
Are you thinking about hiring your first buyer or listing agent? Maybe you've increased your real estate agent recruiting given the demand for real estate this summer? If that's the case, join us for Keeping it Real this week to learn the optimal way to onboard a new real estate agent to your team or brokerage. Frank Klesitz will interview Greg Har…
 
In this duo episode, Jason and Patrick introduce us to the world of hash maps, from buckets and hash functions, to differences between open and closed addressing, to minimal perfect hashes and locality sensitive hashing. A familiarity with hash maps is an oft-overlooked but highly sought-after skill, and it can be a valuable asset for those eyeing …
 
This is a special bonus episode of B2BaCEO featuring one of Foundation Capital’s own CEOs, Max Simkoff. In 2016, Max founded Doma, a real estate transactions startup, out of our San Francisco office and Foundation led his Series A. Just last week, less than five years later, Doma started trading on the New York Stock Exchange. You can watch the ful…
 
The arrow of time — all the ways in which the past differs from the future — is a fascinating subject because it connects everyday phenomena (memory, aging, cause and effect) to deep questions in physics and philosophy. At its heart is the fact that entropy increases over time, which in turn can be traced to special conditions in the early universe…
 
Natural selection has done a pretty good job at creating a wide variety of living species, but we humans can’t help but wonder whether we could do better. Using existing genomes as a starting point, biologists are getting increasingly skilled at designing organisms of our own imagination. But to do that, we need a better understanding of what diffe…
 
Podczas swoich podroży jako misjonarz, David odkrył szereg nieznanych pereł geograficznych. Był pierwszym Europejczykiem, który przeszedł pieszo cały ten kontynent. Ale najważniejsze - jego dzienniki, zapiski i listy stanowią doskonały obraz jak podążając za swoimi najgłębszymi marzeniami, można zmienić swoje życie i cały świat wokół! Mapa: https:/…
 
It’s easy to think you have to be the master at D3 and also have the design eye of an artist in order to have a fulfilling data viz career, but that has not been my experience, nor the experience of my guest today Amanda Makulec who is the Data Visualization Society’s Executive Director. She’s heard her fair share of data viz origin stories, frustr…
 
How can data be biased? Isn’t it supposed to be an objective reflection of the real world? We all know that these are somewhat naive rhetorical questions, since data can easily inherit bias from the people who collect and analyze it, just as an algorithm can make biased suggestions if it’s trained on biased datasets. A better question is, how do bi…
 
In unserer heutigen Folge dachten wir zunächst, dass wir eine unbeschwerte Unterhaltung über den Doktor führen würden, der in einer fernen Zukunft einige falsche Aussagen über die USS Voyager berichtigen muss. Aber wir fanden schnell heraus, dass diese Folge viel tiefsinniger ist, als sie zunächst den Anschein macht. Es geht um Aufklärung, Geschich…
 
GreyBeards had an amazing discussion with Peter Thompson (@Lucid_Link), CEO & co-founder and George Dochev (@GDochev), CTO & co-founder of LucidLink. Both Peter and George were very knowledgeable and easy to talk with. LucidLink’s Cloud NAS creates a NAS storage system out of cloud (any S3 compatible AND Azure Blob) object storage. LucidLink is mad…
 
Auf der Suche nach der Folge 28 oder 29 stolpern unsere Protagonisten in dieser Folge durch den Seppenrader Rosengarten. Natürlich finden sie dort auch wieder jede Menge Events über die sie sprechen können – auch wenn das Rosenfest 2021 wieder wegen Corona abgesagt werden musste. Danach lassen es sich unsere Protagonisten nicht nehmen, sich in alle…
 
In this episode learn how Steve Kozlowski from Irmo South Carolina, was able to take his business from only 16 deals to 60 in just 12 months by shifting his business. Hear how he was able to shift from a buyer-dominated business into a seller-dominated business and how in the last week alone he took 4 FSBO listings.…
 
Today, in honor of World Listening Day, we rebroadcast our story on renowned Australian sound composer, media artist and curator Lawrence English. This episode of gets deep into English’s own listening practices as an artist, specifically a technique he calls Relational Listening. In fact, as you’ll hear, he describes himself not as a sound maker b…
 
It’s not easy, figuring out the fundamental laws of physics. It’s even harder when your chosen methodology is to essentially start from scratch, positing a simple underlying system and a simple set of rules for it, and hope that everything we know about the world somehow pops out. That’s the project being undertaken by Stephen Wolfram and his colla…
 
Welcome to the July 2021 Ask Me Anything episode of Mindscape! These monthly excursions are funded by Patreon supporters (who are also the ones asking the questions). I take the large number of questions asked by Patreons, whittle them down to a more manageable size — based primarily on whether I have anything interesting to say about them, not whe…
 
JP Wells is a sales manager for a team of overseas telemarketers who make 600+ dials a day each to find someone who may be thinking about selling their home. Once they speak with a homeowner who is interested in getting an offer on their home, they pass the lead to a licensed agent for a conversation. Join us for this Keeping it Real where we’ll di…
 
So while Java is the "main" language of the JVM, it is by no means the "only" language. And one of the purely functional programming languages is getting a new facelift! Scala has been going through a revamp on the syntax and the features, and if you ever run into a scala user you know how passionate they are about their language! (hint: they love …
 
Ever wondered how route planning apps, well, plan routes? In this episode, we navigate through this fascinating topic, a field as data-driven and systemic as it is magical and compelling. Joining us is Parker Woodward, Route Expert and Marketing Director for Route4Me. We discuss how route planning works, the intricacies behind it, and how services …
 
Religion is an important part of the lives of billions of people around the world, but what religious belief actually amounts to can vary considerably from person to person. Some believe in an anthropomorphic, judgmental God; others conceive of God as more transcendent and conceptual; some are animists who attribute spiritual essence to creatures a…
 
In this episode of Keeping it Real with Greg Harrelson of Century 21 The Harrelson Group and Frank Klesitz of Vyral Marketing features Ashlee Nath. Discussing, “Getting Started as a Brand-New Real Estate Agent in 2021,” you’ll hear tips on how to hit the ground running as a new agent and strategies approaching the market in a new way, even if you’v…
 
This episode goes deep on a topic that many founders, especially first-time founders, obsess over but usually get wrong: OKRs, objectives and key results. And there’s literally no greater authority on this topic than our guest Deidre Paknad, CEO and cofounder of WorkBoard, the enterprise standard in OKR software and expertise. Deidre is one of the …
 
Depending on who you listen to, quantum computers are either the biggest technological change coming down the road or just another overhyped bubble. Today we’re talking with a good person to listen to: John Preskill, one of the leaders in modern quantum information science. We talk about what a quantum computer is and promising technologies for act…
 
One Hundred Percent with Marcus Lemonis is a little bit of a masterclass, a cocktail party and a Sunday drive all wrapped up into 30 minutes with an audience invited to listen in. Marcus values family, community, character and ethics and helps small business owners who need his guidance and investment. His process is very personal and provides valu…
 
In this episode of Keeping it Real, Frank Klesitz of Vyral Marketing and Greg Harrelson of Century 21 The Harrelson Group interview Jon Carbutti on the topic of “How to Start Your Own Independent Real Estate Brokerage”. Jam-packed with actionable advice, you’ll find this Real Geeks training will have you considering the advantages and challenges th…
 
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