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No Degree? No Problem! The NoDegree Podcast helps those without degrees figure out the opportunities that are available to them. Get career advice and learn how to navigate and succeed without a degree. NoDegree interviews successful people without college degrees to figure out what made them successful. Learn how they got into their respective fields and listen to the advice they have so you can follow in their path.
 
Short lectures on software development with Node.js, JavaScript, and React. Start listening from 1, e.g., 1, 2, 3, ..., 15 for better learning experience because this podcast is more like an audio course or an audio book than a normal podcast. Node University and its creator Azat Mardan tells you about advantages of using Node.js and why its such an absolutely, positively, amazingly awesome technology. Watch on YouTube, Node University, or listen on Google Play, Stitcher or iTunes: https://n ...
 
Many young people are incredibly creative and wanted to pursue design as a career. This Podcast is dedicated to them so that they can learn, implement, and grow. We believe in sharing knowledge and making design education accessible. Design a six-letter word that symbolizes an art that can capture and captivate you yet render you speechless with a buzz of questions. Here, we present a design podcast for newbies and professionals alike. We talk about communities, problems, journeys, and expos ...
 
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To create this podcast, your hosts Nick Turner and Joel Crane have tapped their "telephone" conversation with the idea that maybe, just maybe, someone else on planet Earth will find the discussion entertaining. But let's face it: this conversation was probably going to take place anyway. Expect topics to vary enormously, from financial technology, 3D printing, macOS, Android, and of course, Wi-Fi, given that we both "work" (or more accurately, operate) in the Wi-Fi industry.
 
Keep up with the latest web developer technologies and news covering javascript, React.js, Node.js, HTML5. Learn the current best practices in web and mobile app development.
 
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He was not a well-behaved kid in school. In fact, according to Poopster, he had a lot of issues while he attended high school. He managed to graduate and found work at a local restaurant. Listen in as he tells Jonaed about how he lived from paycheck to paycheck and became a successful HVAC professional before his cancer diagnosis forced him to pivo…
 
In der zweiten Folge des Nodesignal-Buchclubs besprechen Jan-Paul, Thorsten, Chris, Martin und Calso das zweite Kapitel des Buches "Bitcoin begreifen" von Kalle Rosenbaum. Das Buch ist im Original unter dem Titel "Grokking Bitcoin" erschienen. Die deutsche Übersetzung des Buches stammt von Volker Herminghaus. In den nächsten Wochen werden nach und …
 
In der heutigen Folge sprechen wir mit unserem ersten Interviewgast Loddi über das Thema Stable-Coins und welchen Zweck diese in der Welt von Bitcoin haben. Unter anderem geht es auch um Vor- und Nachteile von Stable-Coins, CBDC’s und natürlich, wie Bitcoin von der gesamten Entwicklung profitieren könnte. Von und mit Thorsten, Jan-Paul und Loddi Hi…
 
“Could have done better.” That’s what George Harrap’s parents usually saw on his report card. And although they saved up to be able to get him into a great school, he couldn’t go to college because of his “bad” grades. Listen in as he tells Jonaed about working at a mining company, moving to Hong Kong starting his own business and finding success i…
 
In der heutigen Folge sprechen wir über das Thema Zeitpräferenz und wie sich diese bei uns persönlich verändert hat, seitdem wir uns mit Bitcoin beschäftigen. Unter anderem geht es auch um Konsumverhalten, Opportunitätskosten, Ernährung und Kriminalität im Bitcoin Netzwerk. Von und mit Thorsten, Jan-Paul und Martin Hier könnt ihr uns eine Spende üb…
 
People went to beauty school where she lived. So that’s what Andrea Hunt did. She went to high school and beauty school simultaneously. A dedicated worker, eventually she worked for herself. Listen in as she tells Jonaed about how the skills she picked up as a hairdresser prepared her for the corporate world. Get in touch and/or support Andrea here…
 
In der ersten Folge des Nodesignal-Buchclubs besprechen Jan-Paul, Thorsten, Chris, Martin und Calso das erste Kapitel des Buches "Bitcoin begreifen" von Kalle Rosenbaum. Das Buch ist im Original unter dem Titel "Grokking Bitcoin" erschienen. In den nächsten Wochen werden nach und nach weitere Folgen des Buchclubs erscheinen, in denen das Buch Kapit…
 
Mit einem Tag Verspätung gratulieren wir Bitcoin zu seinem 13. Geburtstag und heißen das Netzwerk in seiner Teenagerzeit willkommen. Wir sprechen über die Anfänge des Netzwerkes, die ersten Transaktionen, über das Mysterium von Satoshi und warum es wichtig ist, die privaten Schlüssel seiner Coins selber zu verwahren. Von und mit Thorsten und Jan-Pa…
 
His parents planned his career. They decided that Tauf Chowdhury would major in Computer Science or some other degree that led to a lucrative career. They almost fainted when he told them he wanted to be a biology teacher. Listen in as he tells Jonaed about going against his parents and cultural expectations, working his way up from a temp job to f…
 
Wir werfen einen Blick zurück auf Bitcoin in 2021 und glänzen mit gefährlichem Halbwissen. Wir sprechen über Tesla, Taproot, El Salvador, All Time Highs und unsere persönlichen Highlights des Jahres 2021. Von und mit Thorsten und Jan-Paul. Hier könnt ihr uns eine Spende über Lightning da lassen: ⚡️ tip@tip.nodesignal.space -------------- Blockzeit:…
 
He was the typical straight-A student. But when Omar Sadik got to university, quite the opposite happened. Unexpected life-changing events affected his mental health and his grades. Listen in as he tells Jonaed about ditching classes in college, taking risks, working hard not just for himself, but also for family back in Bangladesh and leveling the…
 
In der ersten Folge vom Nodesignal-Podcast sprechen Jan-Paul und Thorsten über die Idee und die Motivation, einen eigenen Podcast zu starten und plaudern ein bisschen über ihren eigenen Weg in das Bitcoin Rabbithole und wie die beiden sich kennengelernt haben. Hier könnt ihr uns eine Spende über Lightning da lassen: ⚡️ tip@tip.nodesignal.space ----…
 
High school was a bore and he skipped a lot of classes. What Jason Riedel was interested in though, was computers and it started when he was just nine years old. Listen in as he tells Jonaed about getting his A+ Certificate at 16, the importance of having humility in your career and working at well-known companies like Symantec, PayPal and eBay. Ge…
 
He was a job hopper. After high school, Miro Laflaga tried different jobs- he worked in fast-food, security and call centers. He found his calling when he got a job as a Creative Director. That job was the first role he had that he felt he wanted to turn into a career. Listen in as he tells Jonaed about dropping out of college, leaving a fulltime j…
 
Reggie Murphy is passionate about creating a human-centered world. He is a 20-year veteran of the UX Research and Design space and currently leads the Creation and Conversations Research team on Twitter. Before Twitter, Reggie built and led the client experience research team at Vanguard. He also led research teams at Meta (formerly Facebook) who h…
 
Growing up he wanted to be a professional athlete. Warren Bub even had his eyes on the 1988 Olympics. But injuries changed the trajectory of his career. Listen in as he tells Jonaed about he worked on wall street, worked at Verizon and how being an athlete helped him to succeed as an actor. Get in touch and/or support Warren here: LinkedIn www.warr…
 
She worked three part-time jobs while going to college at night. That’s how Kim English got job experience at a young age. Eventually her circumstances changed and she couldn’t juggle so much anymore. Listen in as he tells Jonaed about competing against men in the world of sales, not being recruited because she didn’t have a degree and how she over…
 
Like many college students, Randy Humphrey loved to party. His grades suffered as a result so his dad gave him an ultimatum. He either had to get his grades up or stop school and start to work. Without thinking he chose to dropout of college and has never looked back. Listen in as he tells Jonaed about becoming a bartender, working as a stock broke…
 
Eva Deckers is a design leader and design strategist. At present, she is the Director of Data-Enabled Design at Philips Experience Design, where she leads a team of designers at the cutting edge of integrating design, data, and AI. Eva holds a Ph.D. in human-centered AI and translates her ideas into the health technology context. As a strategist, s…
 
He was physically and verbally abused by students and teachers in school. Growing up in a homophobic town made school especially challenging for Evan Patterson. So much so it made him physically sick and his parents pulled him out of the classroom and placed him in an online high school instead. Listen in as he tells Jonaed about getting paid to wr…
 
She didn’t like school although she got good grades. Sophia Lorena was always interested in personal development and it was the personal development events she attended that led to her decision to not go to college. Listen in as she tells Jonaed about the reaction from her friends and parents and how Loan Officers can make six-figures. Get in touch…
 
Dyslexia, ADHD and definitely NOT academic. Those are a few things Sunil Kumar shares about himself in this week’s episode. Most teachers made him feel like he was doomed to failure, except one. Listen in as he tells Jonaed about struggling in school, being in the snake breeding business at age 12, the challenges he faced early in his career battli…
 
He grew up poor on a farm and was home-schooled. Daniel Ogden has been an entrepreneur from the age of eight. Although one of his businesses didn’t make any money for two years, he was determined to not live a life working on the farm. While working at a gas station he did his home-schooling curriculum during his lunch break. He reinvested his earn…
 
Three semesters into college, the attacks of 9/11 happened and it prompted Randy Warner to introspect. He loved sports. He enjoyed the sports medicine class he took in high school. So he thought pursuing a degree in orthopedic surgery would help him reach the ultimate goal of becoming a team physician for a professional sports team. But, like many …
 
He worked in a tire factory, tried out for the Falcons, served in the military, makes music and he’s a personal trainer. To say that Will Barnes has done a lot is an understatement. He was a great athlete and had college scholarships lined up after high school. But he didn’t accept because he thought he couldn’t do so because he had a child. He wen…
 
Her parents weren’t worried about her education. But it’s not because they didn’t care. Alejandra Ayala is Mexican and says her immigrant parents’ main concern was to ensure they were providing a roof over their kids’ head. Listen in as Alejandra tells Jonaed why she finally gave up on college and how an unlikely skill helped her to land jobs at pl…
 
Nur Karadeniz is a design leader in human-centered services and systems. With a deep passion for shaping new technologies and delivering value for humanity, Nur helps organizations achieve sustainable transformations and leverage new technologies for better use. Over the last decade, Nur has set up award-winning innovation teams for Fjord, Accentur…
 
He says he was the nerdiest black kid and got beat up 13 times as a result. Frustrated, Khafre Jay had his own gang by the time he got to high school. Like many kids, especially those of color, he “found his way” from the wrong people. His life changed for the better when a principal let him into an art school. Listen in as Khafre tells Jonaed how …
 
Like many college kids, Jeremy Leinen worked at a restaurant while going to school. He soon realized that he enjoyed being in the restaurant more than he did his pre-engineering classes. He did not want to spend the rest of his life looking at blueprints so he dropped out. Listen in as Jeremy tells Jonaed how he became an Executive Chef, without cu…
 
Rich McCoy is a highly experienced creative leader. He is passionate about his work and has led teams for Trade Me and Nationwide Building Society. His creative endeavors have seen him working at celebrated agencies such as AKQA, LBi, Isobar, and Saatchi & Saatchi. He is currently contracting for Air France/KLM via Isobar Paris. He is also running …
 
He was happy to be told he’d be home schooled. Braxton Wood hasn’t been in a classroom since the age of 11. As a teen, he worked a fulltime job while taking his home-schooling courses. In a time without Zoom and other technology to facilitate distance learning, he had to do it all on his own. Without help from his parents or teachers. Listen in as …
 
Afshin Mehin is the founder of Card79, a creative studio based in San Francisco and Vancouver, helping companies give form to the future. Consistently blurring the boundaries between our digital and physical lives, he’s worked with clients ranging from startups such as Neuralink and Noon Home to large organizations such as Amazon, Lululemon, and Fo…
 
The way school teaches doesn't match how Scott Drake learns. He says he learns by doing and gaining experience. Maybe you can relate. Listen in as he tells Jonaed how he started out in publishing and got recruited by Microsoft by cutting his own path. Want to get in touch and/or support Scott? LinkedIn Twitter Facebook Consulting & Coaching Service…
 
Brigette Metzler is the ResearchOps Lead at the Australian government Department of Agriculture, Water, and Environment. From 2017-2020, Brigette led the user research library at Services Australia. Alongside chairing several government communities of practice, she is also the co-chair of the ResearchOps Community, a global community of people disc…
 
He said he learned more and made more money in high school than he did in college. Seth Hymes is a bit different from most guests we’ve had. He does have a college degree but his experience after college made him realize college isn’t necessary for success. Listen in as he and Jonaed discuss the business of education and why students don’t need to …
 
He started playing table tennis on the dining room in his home in Lagos, Nigeria. The youngest of six siblings, Olajide Omotayo‘s love for the game started at the age of nine. Years of training paid when he won the Men’s Singles at the 2019 African Games. As current Champion of African he competed in this year’s Tokyo Olympics. Listen in as he shar…
 
Kieron Lewis is a south London-born freelance graphic designer and public speaker. Over the years, he has designed numerous self-directed and client-based projects for clients such as Harper Collins, Penguin Books, Levi Strauss, and Adobe. This year, Kieron was a judge at the D&AD Awards for the Writing for Design Jury. In October, he will be speak…
 
His life took a turn for the better after he was adopted. Before then, Daniel Hall had a traumatic childhood. He started learning programming from the age of 8 and by the time he was 13 he was helping college students with their exams. Listen in as he tells Jonaed how he learned that chaos breeds success. Want to get in touch and/or support Daniel?…
 
Randy Herbertson is a recognized brand strategist and creative director with over twenty years of marketing and innovation experience. Randy has worked with WPP and Omnicom agency networks, Conde Nast Publications, Allied Domecq, and E&J Gallo. In addition, Randy has recently worked in the boutique agency world, owning and operating two firms, incl…
 
He had a lisp so he couldn’t speak well. Chris Delaney is also dyslexic so he couldn’t read and write well either. He struggled to finish high school and his grades were so poor he thought he’d be doomed to work in a warehouse earning minimum wage for the rest of his life. Listen in as he tells Jonaed how volunteering led to discovering his path to…
 
Ashwin Rajan is a strategic designer accelerating the emerging discipline of Behavior Design. He has two decades of innovation experience in the digital industry. He is also the founder of the Fabric behavioral lab. They work with clients to bring behavioral thinking methods and tools to product growth, user and customer experience, competence buil…
 
He started working from the 4th grade. Not because entrepreneurship was encouraged from a young age but because his mom was a single parent. Today Matthew Higgins is a successful HR professional, although he has a record. Listen in as he tells Jonaed about how bussing tables in restaurants sharpened his communication skills and how he rebuilt himse…
 
Varun is co-founder and Head of Research at Apple & Banana, where he believes that everyone can do fruitful research. Varun has spent his career immersed in psychology, technology, and design at organizations like Facebook, UnitedHealth Group, and Best Buy, along with rising startups across the country. In this episode, Varun shared great knowledge…
 
Between Kindergarten and 6th grade his mom married 5 times and he attended 14 elementary schools. Six of those were in the 6th grade alone. Richard Bliss had what he describes as a disruptive childhood. Listen in as he tells Jonaed why he didn’t go to college and how he became so valuable to a $2B company that the CMO and CEO told him he had a job …
 
MAMIMU (aka June Mineyama-Smithson) is a London-based artist on a mission to inject optimism into the world. Special lecturer at UAL, D&AD judge and speaker at YOOX Net-a-Porter, Design Manchester and Ladies, Wine & Design. Her bold joyful work has been featured internationally on ITV, Creative Boom, SCMP and Cow Parade Niseko. In this episode, Jun…
 
He’s a white guy solving a diversity problem and his company just secured $20M in funding. Not something you’d expect from a high school dropout, right? Well, that’s exactly what Ben Herman did. Listen in as he tells Jonaed about his early start as an entrepreneur, why he dropped out of high school and ultimately created Canvas –the #1 diversity re…
 
R. Michael Hendrix is a design leader and musician currently; he is a Partner and Global Director of Design at IDEO and an Associate Professor at Berklee College of Music. As a graphic designer, he has received more than 50 awards from major U.S. design associations and publications. He is also a keynote speaker on various occasions and a regular g…
 
This burnout multimedia technician decided to take a trip across Southeast Asia. While in Taiwan, Anesh Daya realized he couldn’t speak the language. So, he decided to learn from locals by just asking them how to say different phrases that could help him get around. He became an ESL (English as a Second language) teacher while he was there and took…
 
Craig Black is a Scottish artist and independent designer specialising in typography and lettering. He currently runs his own art and design studio in Greenock, Scotland. Craig’s work has been celebrated and exhibited worldwide: from London, New York, Sydney and Dubai. He is also known across the public speaking circuit for sharing his inspirationa…
 
He was reading business books from the age of 16 thanks to his older brother. Still, Karl Helm wasn’t sure what he wanted to be in high school. He thought he’d be a lawyer and later started college. But since he wasn’t focused in college, he dropped out and joined the Navy. Listen in as he tells Jonaed about his stint as an actor, waiting tables wi…
 
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