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Programmed to Chill is a show about business, crime, parapolitics, and esoterica, hosted by @JimmyFalunGong graphics by harmless individual music by: theoutoflimits.bandcamp.com/
This channel is now once again 100% spoken word.
Dirchou est un nouveau programme d'étude quotidien d'une page du livre Michna Beroura.
Daily answers to programming questions
John Sonmez wants to help you become more successful, make more money, deal with difficult coworkers and be so productive everyone thinks you must be abusing a prescription for Ritalin. Listen in every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, as Simple Programmer founder, John Sonmez, answers questions, interviews guests and shares everything he knows to help you become a top performing software developer. The Simple Programmer Podcast is a short podcast that is a mix of career advice, philosophy and s ...
Software Engineering Best Practices, System Design, High Scale, Algorithms, Math, Programming Languages, Statistics, Machine Learning, Databases, Front Ends, Frameworks, Low Level Machine Structure, Papers and Computing, Computer Science Book Reviews - Everything!
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All the latest from the world of agricultural with news, views, and regular market and agronomy updates with Steve Orchard.
Programmet Om Ingenting er en månedlig podcast af Oliver Enné, Tobias Enné og Tobias Kippenberger, som taler med mennesker, der er sjovere end dem selv.
I make it easier and faster for you to write high-quality software.
James King and Steve Greenblatt discuss topics relevant to AV programming, programmers, and those who work with audiovisual control systems. To join the conversation or ask a question to be featured on a show, reach out to @AV_JamesKing or @stevegreenblatt on Twitter.
A reading of all match programmes from Arsenal FC home games. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Le podcast d'actualité de la rédaction de Binge Audio présenté par Thomas Rozec. Enquêtes, reportages et entretiens toutes les semaines. Programme B est un podcast de Binge Audio. Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out. Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out. Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.
Business for Programmers is a podcast of business techniques for technical individuals. From business structure to marketing, we answer your business questions with our expert guests.
Avec la chaleureuse complicité de David Abiker, les auditeurs choisissent les musiques qu’ils souhaitent écouter durant toute une heure de 18h à 19h, du lundi au vendredi. Un temps de partage et de connivence ! Pour raconter un "coup de cœur classique" à David, rien de plus simple : écrivez-lui à firstname.lastname@example.org et il programmera votre choix dans son émisison. Générique de l'émission : Grünfeld, Paraphrase sur La Chauve-Souris de J. Strauss (Jean-Yves Thibaudet)
Chaque jour, rendez-vous avec Denisa Kerschova pour le plaisir de partager la musique. Rendez-vous sur l'application Radio France pour découvrir tous les autres épisodes.
Join the music directors at this award-winning college radio station to hear how they select the music; as well as what they really think of different songs, artists, and the industry! WZIP-FM focuses mainly on hip-hop and rap, with a Top 40 twist.
Garb your ears in tunes from The Shend's garden shed. Piles of Punk, slabs of sixties psych, Rock and Roll rumblings, wodges of weirdness and steaming lumps of strange ranging from the forties to the day after tomorrow. Stuff you've heard and stuff you'll wish you hadn't. What the hell is going on? EMAIL: email@example.com
RadioToday is the home of radio news online. The RadioToday Audioboom channel features a weekly podcast â€œThe RadioToday Programmeâ€� and occasional audiobooms from radio industry events.
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Pedagogik och programmering. Poden är ett komplement till vår blog (programmeringspedagogik.wordpress.com/) och våra böcker om programmering (wiki.juneday.se).
The latest releases, the hottest stars and the leading directors, plus news and insights from the film world
BBC Hindi broadcasts four radio programmes in 24 hours which includes in depth coverage of world news, features and analysis.
Dans ce podcast, je vous fais découvrir les parcours inspirants de francophones aux quatre coins du monde qui se sont reconverti·es dans la tech. Qu’ils ou elles soient graphistes, développeuses, chefs de projet, data scientists, administrateurs réseaux ou expertes en sécurité, je les interroge sur leur parcours. Pourquoi ont-ils choisi de changer de métier? Comment ont-elles fait? Qu’auraient-ils aimé savoir avant de se lancer? Regrettent-elles parfois leur choix? Si tu envisag ...
Act Twice, Think Once.
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How to become a full-stack developer in the next 6 months & change your life with code.
A new weekly arts magazine programme on PhoenixFM
A podcast discussing software and technology.
Just two sexy guys tearing into life.
Programmer Vs World is a humorous, friendly, topic based podcast that revolves around coder, programmer, engineering and software architecture issues.
Siamo un club di persone che per lavoro e passione si occupano di programmazione, nuove tecnologie e startup. Ci incontriamo una volta al mese a Padova, in un ambiente aperto e informale, dove sono i partecipanti a proporsi per i talk. Dopo l'evento, birra e pizza tutti assieme !
A video podcast for computer programmers in grades 3 and up. We learn about Scratch, Tynker, Alice, Python, Pygame, and Scala, and interview interesting programmers. From professional software developer and teacher Dave Briccetti, and many special guests.
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Kickstart is an 8 week online programme designed to make you a little more fabulous. Exercise and nutrition is all taken care for you. Interval training and cardio podcasts are part of the exercise programme (along with bootcamp videos) designed to get you into the best shape of your life!
Our favourite Arctic kitsugryph with a slight Manx accent faffs about with something that takes his fancy. May or may not star a guest to take part alongside.
Hey my dudes! In this podcast, we will discuss about programming in general and becoming a blissful programmer in particular. Having been programming for around a decade, walking in shoes of both lead software engineer and beginner, having given hundreds of interviews and taking hundreds as well, I have accumulated some knowledge which I would like to share. Topics include how to start coding, skills to sharpen, how to improve quality, what hiring managers are looking for, how to become a gr ...
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A podcast dedicated to developing the leaders of tomorrow. Supported by PWC.
Podcast by Jeremy Nagel
Gain a greater clarity of thought and vision for your leadership
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With tensions in Ukraine on the rise, each side blames the other for breaking the Minsk peace agreements and US-Russian relations are at a low point. Jonathan speaks with Alexander Duleba, senior fellow at the Slovak Foreign Policy Association and a specialist on Russia and Ukraine, about why it has been so difficult to fulfill the Minsk agreements…
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The doctor accused of torturing children at Lake Alice psychiatric hospital in the 1970s has died. Selwyn Leeks was 92. Dr Leeks was accused of using electric shocks and paralysing drugs to punish patients at the Lake Alice child and adolescent unit. Mani Dunlop spoke to Oliver Sutherland who helped investigate Leeks in the 1970s.…
The government's newly tightened rules for mask use under the 'red' traffic light setting has advocates concerned it will put added pressure on those already struggling in Aotearoa. They say for those already unable to make ends meet, pushing households budgets to include surgical masks, or stock up on supplies, further underscores inequality. Huri…
Destiny Church leader Brian Tamaki is appearing before the High Court in Auckland trying to get out of jail. Tamaki has been in remand at Mt Eden Prison in Auckland for breaching lockdown rules in relation to protests. RNZ reporter Katie Todd has been outside Mt Eden prison and spoke to Mani Dunlop.
Brian Tamaki supporters gather outside prison while court hears his appeal, and advocates are concerned Omicron restrictions could push those in poverty to the brink.
With the advent of Omicron in the community, Science commentator Dr Siouxsie Wiles answers listeners questions about this highly transmissable Covid strain.
The natural world has always held a fascination for people, and James Ryan is no different - but he HAS taken it one step further than his peers. The 12-year-old Cantabrian has written a book about it, focused on the tools animals carry with them that allow them to defend themselves and hunt their prey. It's called Nature's Wildlife Weapons, and lo…
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Paul Diamond reviews three of his favourite books from last year: The Disappearance of Lydia Harvey by Julia Laite published by Allen and Unwin; The Forgotten Coast by Richard Shaw published by Massey University Press and James Courage Diaries edited by Chris Brickell published by Otago University Press…
Night time for Waitakere-based author Annette Lees, is magical and beguiling. It transforms the senses and the landscape. But most of us miss out on it most the time. It's when the nocturnal world comes alive with night birds, singing insects, dancing moths, native fish, all under a canopy of stars. And, says Annette, who's been an outdoor enthusia…
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Across the Tasman, on Australia Day there is much finger-pointing over who is responsible for the inability to buy rapid antigen tests, or RATs, as parents prepare to send their kids back to school next week. The federal government has been copping huge criticism for not being prepared with an adequate supply of RATs when the omicron wave hit in De…
Warnings we can't afford to retire unless Kiwis save up to $800,000 to top up the pension are coming from a research centre interested in improving the financial wellbeing of New Zealanders. The latest Retirement Expenditure Guidelines from the New Zealand Financial Education and Research Centre say must expect to finance retirement over and above …
The Children's Commissioner and one of her predecessors are speaking out against plans to scrap the Commissioner role and overhaul the monitoring of Oranga Tamariki. The bill would replace the Children's Commissioner role with a new Children and Young Person's Commission, which would be run by a board of three to six members. It also plans to set u…
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Waikanae bird watchers are delighted after a rare sighting over the weekend. On Friday last week local photographer Elizabeth Taylor spotted an unusual bird and snapped a picture before posting it on a Facebook page to find out what it was. From there the frenzy started, and it's been identified as a rare Black Tern - a possible first sighting of t…
Australian world tennis number one Ash Barty has beaten American Jessica Pegula in the Australian Open quarter finals last night. Barty swept the match against her highest ranked opponent so far in just two straight sets, 6-2, 6-0. Meanwhile, New Zealanders Michael Venus and Erin Routliffe have made it through to the quarterfinals, winning their mi…
As we've been reporting this morning, scarves and bandanas have been ruled out as acceptable face coverings under the latest covid-19 guidelines. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says under the red setting, masks must now be worn at food and drink businesses, close proximity businesses, events and gatherings. But it is unclear what this means for wome…
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Many musicians, actors and others in the live events industry are facing months without any income because of the move to the red traffic light setting. They are on their own because the wage subsidy scheme and resurgence payments are gone. It's left the live events industry wondering if the Government has forgotten them. Jordan Bond reports.…
A New Zealand company has raised more than $142,000 - and counting - for Tonga. The original goal was to raise $100,000, but thanks to nearly 900 donors that target has been exceeded. Heilala Vanilla imports raw material from Tonga and they are yet to have direct communication with their vanilla farmers in Eua. Chief executive Jennifer Boggiss spok…
A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
Aucklanders are putting their health on the line to swim at a popular central city swimming spot. Swimmers are flocking to Te Auaunga Oakley Creek Waterfall, but the area has long running issues with water quality. Katie Fitzgerald reports.
The government is being called on to step in to force a multi-national agri-chemical business to clean up its New Plymouth production site which the local mayor has described as a "ticking time bomb". Neil Holdom in concerned Corteva Agrisciences - previously the agricultural arm of DowDupoint - could walk away from the Paritutu plant leaving ratep…
School teachers across New Zealand will now have to wear medical-grade masks. While the government has said it has secured an initial supply of appropriate masks for teachers and school workers, with significant global demand, it will prioritise those with the highest needs first. Auckland Primary Principal's Association president Stephen Lethbridg…
The founder of a New Zealand mask company says he was surprised to hear the government encouraging the use of cloth and surgical masks - when there is ample evidence that face-fitting masks which also filter out Covid-19 virus particles should be the status quo. Nick Davenport says cloth or surgical masks don't fit well and don't provide effective …
Rafael Nadal has denied claims he recieves special treatment from officials and benefited from favouritism during his five-set victory over Denis Shapovalov in their Australian Open quarter-final.
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If you're going shopping, there's to be no more scarves, bandanas, or t-shirts pulled up over your face as a mask. However, there are concerns about aggression towards retail workers who ask for these new rules to be respected. Retail NZ chief executive Greg Harford spoke to Corin Dann.
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It is predicted hundreds of thousands of people will have to self-isolate at home as Omicron spreads through the community. The government and health officials are urging people to prepare by figuring out how they can isolate infected flatmates or family members from the rest of the household. But how realistic is that? Charlotte Cook investigates.…
Pressure is mounting on British Prime Minister Boris Johnson after the UK's Metropolitan Police announced it will investigate multiple events at Downing Street and across government - to see whether there were breaches of Covid-19 restrictions. The commissioner of Britain's biggest force, Dame Cressida Dick, confirmed her officers are now looking i…
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Social service providers are worried soaring living costs will lead to hardship and even civil disobedience. They say people could be forced to take what they need to live. Petrol, food and house prices are all increasing fast. Hamish Cardwell reports.
The National Party says private businesses are missing out on rapid antigen tests while the government takes up supply, as Omicron looms. MP Chris Bishop says the Government is scrambling to get tests, and the private sector will miss out. He says he has been contacted by business owners who have been told they won't be receiving any tests for some…
The Australian Navy plans to go ahead with delivering relief to Tonga after reports that 23 people on board its ship HMAS Adelaide have tested positive for Covid-19. It says it is confident it can deliver the much-needed aid to local authorities in Tonga without transmitting the virus. In Auckland, 25 containers of supplies will be shipped out toda…
The new mandate on surgical masks for workers and promises of greater availability of rapid antigen tests are welcome news for an epidemiologist - though he wishes they had been made earlier. University of Canterbury Associate Professor of Epidemiology Arindam Basu warns there needs to be caution around the reliability of rapid antigen tests. He sp…
Foodstuffs North Island was one of 29 businesses that took part in a rapid antigen testing trial lead by the Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment. Its chief executive officer Chris Quin says the tests are important to keep staff safe. He spoke to Susie Ferguson.
Critical workers who become close Covid-19 contacts will soon be able to skip lengthy self-isolation periods if they return a negative rapid antigen test. The Government will today outline the next phases of its Omicron response, including its 'test to return to work' approach. The plan has already attracted criticism, with opposition parties accus…
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