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  1. Diabetes remission - “treating blood glucose, when the disease process is to do with body fat”

    In the UK - type 2 diabetes now affects between 5-10% of the population - and accounts for around 10% of our total NHS budget. For the individuals affected, treatments are effective at helping control glucose levels - however, the sequela associated with the disease - vascular problems, and a life expectancy that’s 6 years shorter - are still an issue.

    However, for some, remission seems to be a possibility.

    To discuss we’re joined by Mike Lean, professor of human nutrition at the university if Glasgow, and co-author of an analysis, published on, which impels doctors to make sure that type to diabetes remission is coded properly.

    Read the full analysis:

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  2. Lancet : Diabetes type 2 remission

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  3. SE-Radio Episode 311: Armon Dadgar on Secrets Management : Software Engineering Radio

    SE-Radio Episode 311: Armon Dadgar on Secrets Management

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    on December 5, 2017


    Armon Dadgar speaks to Matthew Farwell about Secrets Management. The show covers: what a secret is; the difference between secrets and sensitive data; what is secrets management; the different types of secrets; key management; auditing of secrets; implementing secrets management.


    Related Links

    Vault Project


    Armon Dadgar


    SE-Radio Episode 290: Diogo Mónica on Docker Security

    SE-Radio Episode 289: James Turnbull on Declarative Programming with Terraform

    SE-Radio Episode 264: James Phillips on Service Discovery

    Episode 207: Mitchell Hashimoto on the Vagrant Project Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

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  4. The Bitcoin Podcast Network: An Ethereum Podcast: Episode #7

    If you’re interested in the intersection of the music business and Ethereum, you’ll love this episode. We talk about the evolution from Ujo from when they did the release with Imogean Heap through the recent RAC release, what lessons they’ve learned and how Ujo can improve the music business for artists and consumers. In particular we discuss the Ujo roadmap to grow the licensing market for musicians, as well as incentivizing album buying through gamification and also possibly incentivizing curation of the long-tail of music.

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  5. [Podcast] PodCTL #17 - Kubernetes Everywhere, now what… – OpenShift Blog

    As we move into the final month of the year, we’re staying very busy with important industry conferences – both AWS re:Invent and CNCF/KubeCon/OpenShift Commons.

    This week we look at the recent container and Kubernetes announcements from AWS re:Invent, including their Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) and planned Fargate service .

    We also look ahead to the CNCF/KubeCon/OpenShift Commons event in Austin, TX. Now that nearly every major IT vendor and cloud provider is offering (or planning to offer) Kubernetes capabilities, what will the future of this technology look like. We look at some of the areas that will need standardization, and where some of the new innovations might be emerging.

    The show will always be available on this blog (search: #PodCTL), as well as RSS Feeds, iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, TuneIn and all your favorite podcast players.


    Containers, Events, Kubernetes, News, OpenShift Commons, OpenShift Container Platform, Thought Leadership


    aws, CNCF, containers, EKS, Fargate, KubeCon, Kubernetes, Multi-Cloud, openshift commons

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  6. The Bitcoin Podcast Network: TBP170 - A New Kind of Legal

    Amy Wan is one of the most versatile lawyers we have come across. Not because she is smart and resourceful, but because she has experience as a Securities Attorney dealing with security law for ICOs. She is authoring the Bloomberg Law practice guidance on ICOs. Previously, she was a Partner at Crowdfunding Lawyers and General Counsel at Patch of Land, a real estate debt crowdfunding platform. Amy is also the founder and co-organizer of Legal Hackers LA, which programs around the intersection of law and technology. Also the boys talk in depth about whether or not we are on the correct path to mass adoption. This is not mass adoption, this is mass trading…those are two different things. Right?

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  7. Software Defined Talk Episode 113: All the great AWS re:Invent news

    There’s no clever title this week, just straight to the point of covering the highlights of AWS re:Invent this week. They got the kubernetes now! There’s a passel of releases as well. We also discuss some other news like Meg Whitman leaving HPE (on good standing), net neutrality, WeWork buying Meetup, and Arby’s. For reals!

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  8. Go Time #61: Loggregator, gRPC, and Diodes with Jason Keene & Andrew Poydence | Changelog | News and podcasts for developers

    Jason Keene and Andrew Poydence joined the show to talk about Loggregator, scaling with Go at Pivotal, Diodes, and other interesting Go projects and news.

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  9. SE-Radio Episode 310: Kirk Pepperdine on Performance Optimization : Software Engineering Radio

    SE-Radio Episode 310: Kirk Pepperdine on Performance Optimization

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    on November 28, 2017


    Kirk Pepperdine talks with Diomidis Spinellis about performance optimization. Topics include development practices, tools, as well as the role of software architecture, programming languages, algorithms, and hardware advances. Topics include: how a performance diagnostic model containing the system’s components can help us understand what each component is responsible for and what their interactions are. Examining the service-level agreements that are being missed and the conditions in the application’s environment; what metrics to look at;  CPU wait versus CPU saturation; and how this model can be applied throughout the stack.

    Related Links

    jClarity Blog

    Mechanical Sympathy mailing list

    Related SE Radio episodes:

    Episode 225: Brendan Gregg on Systems Performance

    Episode 125: Performance Engineering with Chris Grindstaff

    Related IEEE Software articles:

    Facilitating Performance Predictions Using Software Components

    Performance Testing Complexity Analysis on Ajax-Based Web Applications

  Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

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    Adam enjoys a ramble with Queens Of The Stone Age front man Josh Homme and his friend, comedian Matt Berry. CONTAINS STRONG ROCK LANGUAGE!

    Adam Buxton’s Old Bits DVD is out now from

    Contribute to the Adam & Joe Christmas Podcast at

    Thanks to Seamus Murphy Mitchell for production support and Jack Bushell for additional editing on this episode.

    Music & jingles by Adam Buxton

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