In this episode, Adam talks to Wes Bos about how he seems to get so much done, why he built his own course platform, and growing an audience.
You might see Vitalik Buterin’s father, but what we see is a guy who likes to answer support emails and sometimes support calls as it gives him first-hand understanding of people’s needs, which he feeds back to the design and development team, and uses in his role as a product manager. Someone like him adds value to our podcast, and we take full advantage of that. We ring in the new year by getting a forecast on this crypto space and chatting with Dmitry Buterin.
Original video: https://soundcloud.com/cointelegraph/tbp107-like-father-like-son
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From Accidental Idea to $50k Launch of Dan Schwartz’s Productized Service for the Real Estate Industry – Productize Podcast
What an incredible story. Dan Schwartz shares how he stumbled into an idea to offer real estate agents a streamlined sales tool, by offering a done-for-you setup of his Podio CRM template system.
In this interview, you’ll hear us talk about:
How Dan launched using a single webinar which brought in $50k in sales.
Immediate next steps and pains in serving those clients!
How he’s scaling and streamlining the service
Next steps for growing into a full software solution.
Productize Crash Course
From the Bulletproof Radio vaults comes SANESolution founder Jonathan Bailor. SANESolution guides you to the right foods to help you burn off fat.
http://media.blubrry.com/bootstrappedweb/p/content.blubrry.com/bootstrappedweb/2016_Recap_2017_Goals.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSWell, 2016 is coming to an end. Today we’ll compare our goal lists from last year and reflect back on what went wrong and what went right. Carthook and Audience Ops have both grown and changed so let’s sit down and take a look at our 2016 results. We will also discuss our goals for 2017 and how we plan to make them happen.
This will be our last episode for 2016, and we’ll pick up next year.
I think another way to think bigger is to think long term and not short term. – BrianPowered By the Tweet This PluginTweet This
Here’s today’s conversation points:
Why Jordan wasn’t able to bring Carthook into profitability.
Brian’s goal for Audience Ops and finding organic leads.
How to think bigger.
The problems Jordan had pivoting away from cart abandonment.
Audience Ops is diversifying its product line.
Beta users will be getting the Audience Ops Calendar.
Wanting 2017 to be a breakout year.
Why Brian went back to sales.
When to raise prices?
Working with kids in the house.
Working with teams during the holidays.
Jordan’s 2017 goals.
Brian’s 2017 goals.
When to give yourself a raise.
Have a Happy Holidays everybody and we’ll see you next year!
My goal is to have a more balanced 2017. – JordanPowered By the Tweet This PluginTweet This
Resources Mentioned Today:
Audience Ops Calendar
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SE-Radio Episode 278: Peter Hilton on Naming
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Felienne talks with Peter Hilton on how to name things. The discussion covers: why naming is much harder than we think, why naming matters in programming and program comprehension, how to create good names, and recognize bad names, and how to improve your naming skills.
Venue: Felienne’s residence, Rotterdam
To camelcase or under_score by Binkley et al, http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/5090039/
Domain Driven Design by Eric Evans, https://www.amazon.com/Domain-Driven-Design-Tackling-Complexity-Software-ebook/dp/B00794TAUG
Code Complete by Steve McConnell, https://www.amazon.com/Code-Complete-Developer-Best-Practices-ebook/dp/B00JDMPOSY/
Clean Code by Robert C Martin, https://www.amazon.com/Clean-Code-Handbook-Software-Craftsmanship/dp/0132350882
How do Range Names Hinder Novice Debugging Performance? By McKeever and McDaid https://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/1009/1009.2765.pdf
How to Name Things: the solution to the hardest problem in programming, https://skillsmatter.com/skillscasts/5747-how-to-name-things-the-solution-to-the-hardest-problem-in-programming
Peter’s blog, http://Hilton.org.uk
Peter Hilton’s twitter: https://twitter.com/peterhilton
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The Gold Chronicles: December 15th, 2016 Interview with Jim Rickards and Alex Stanczyk | Physical Gold Fund
Jim Rickards and Alex Stanczyk, The Gold Chronicles December 15th, 2016
*Fed hiked interest rate by .25% as expected
*Fed is expecting 3 more rate increases for 2017 which would bring it to 1.25%
*Yellen has indicated she would lean into Trump’s stimulus if it looked like inflation was getting out of hand
*Trump’s plan calls for $1 trillion in spending, tax cuts, and less regulation. This is a recipe for much higher inflation
*Monetary policy has reached the end of its capability
*Why markets are entering a period of irrational exuberance
*Factors that could impede Trump from having a free hand to implement his economic policy
*The actual numbers of Trump’s fiscal stimulus is going to be far lower than the market is expecting
*Gold is priced in various currency crosses versus gold, price variations are actually currency value fluctuations versus gold
*USD/Gold moves for the last several months have been inverse to USD strength. All major currencies have been declining versus the USD, including gold
*Assessment of Trump’s picks for his administration staff
*India War on Cash / War on Gold has accelerated
*War on Cash has extended to Argentina, Australia
*Description of the “Bail-In” playbook
*Why owning gold makes sense even when there is a risk of government confiscation, and why multi-jurisdictional diversification is one tool to do so
*Gold conversion during periods of crisis
*How to get the most value out of your gold holdings if there is a crisis
*Crisis are temporary events, they have a lifespan, the most important is how value is preserved during a crisis and who has the most valuable assets on the other side of the crisis
Learn more about Jim Rickards new book, The New Case for Gold at http://thenewcaseforgold.com/
You can follow Alex Stanczyk on Twitter @alexstanczyk
You can follow Jim Rickards on Twitter @JamesGRickards
You can listen to the Gold Chronicles on iTunes at:https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-gold-chronicles/id980027782?mt=2
You can Listen to the Physical Edge on iTunes at:https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/physical-gold-fund-podcasts/id1056831476?mt=2
You can access transcripts of our interviews at:http://www.physicalgoldfund.com/category/transcripts/
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For many years, software companies have been breaking up their applications into individual services for the purpose of isolation and maintainability. In the early 2000s, we called this pattern “service-oriented architecture”. Today we call it “microservices”. Why did we change that terminology? Did the services get smaller? Not exactly.
Jonas Boner suggests that the movement towards cloud and the increased prevalence of mobile changes how we look at these services–so much that we needed to change the terminology necessary to even talk about them. And once the conversation has shifted to “microservices”, what steps do we need to take to implement them properly?
The reactive manifesto is a collection of principles for how to build applications. When the reactive manifesto is applied to the idea of microservices, we get reactive microservices, which Jonas and I discuss in today’s episode.
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Keith Randall from the Go team joined the show to talk about why a new compiler, what we gain from SSA, what’s next for the compiler, Go 1.8, and the goals/plans for Go 1.9.
Today’s guest on Bulletproof Radio is none other than Tim Ferriss. Tim is the author of three #1 New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestsellers.