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  1. 205: People Don’t Use the Weird Parts

    Follow up: MacRumors talks with Lattner


    LLVM Bytecode vs. LLVM Bitcode







    Swift Open Source

    Casey's love letter to Swift enums

    Swift Evolution "Commonly Rejected Changes" list

    asm.js, WebAssembly & TypeScript


    Casey's primer series

    Garbage collection vs. ARC




    Go's garbage collection

    Java Native Interface

    Ending theme by Jonathan Mann

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  2. Separating Fact from Bro-Science

    How do you transform your body to capture all the stealth and suppleness of a leopard? Let Kelly Starrett, mobility expert, physical therapist, founder of MobilityWOD, and early CrossFit pioneer, guide you in building the best foundation possible.In today’s talk Starrett, known for his book “Becoming a Supple Leopard,” breaks down best movement practices outside of your everyday exercise routine, why posture and everyday movement matters, and how you can train your body for lifelong athleticism. Learn how to separate fact from “bro-science” in the gym, how you can improve your mobility at home, and the one piece of equipment you should never leave home without. With time, you’ll develop a movement practice specially tailored to you.2:30: “A very crowded space:” How to wade through the information explosion.5:00: Coaching mobility: Starrett’s lifelong affair.10:00: “We’ve sold fitness-ing to people:” How to hone your actual fitness goals.14:00: Building a good foundation: The importance of posture.19:00: How to remain a lifelong skilled athlete.22:00: Test. Retest. Share: The mobility motto.26:00: Best practices that aren’t bro-science.29:30: What is a movement practice?36:00: “Deskbound:” Why does everyday movement matter?40:00: The surprising cause behind pelvic floor dysfunction.41:30: What can you do to improve your movement at home?43:30: The piece of equipment you should never leave the house without.Watch the Episode Below!If you enjoyed this podcast, never miss the latest health news by subscribing to The PaleoHacks Show on your favorite podcast app and leaving a review for us on iTunes. This helps us spread the word and create better, bigger content for you!Connect with KellyFacebookInstagramTwitterDiscover morePaleohacks on iTunesPaleohacks Podcast RSS FeedListen to us on StitcherThe Paleohacks YouTube Channel

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  3. Episode 39: John Gruber Crashes His Tesla Into Your Heart

    John Gruber, one of the most famous bloggers of all time, sits down with Josh for a little one-on-one concerning all things tech. Those things? Apple, Tesla, Google, Twitter, and so much more. Have you ever heard two men violently agree and disagree about a phone's user interface? Have you ever heard two men discuss their hatred of a remote? Have you ever heard two men talk what it's like to gaze into the abyss? Well some of those things happen. LISTEN NOW.

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  4. 165: Deploy 2016, Part 3: What Drives The Reason to Deploy | Out of School

    Fraser and Bradley continue the 2016 Deployment series with a discussion about why we deploy technology in schools. From pressure from parents, surround schools, and internal strategic planning, schools are all starting from different places. If you enjoy the show, please consider leaving a rating or a review on iTunes. You can also send feedback directly…

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  5. 164: Deploy 2016, Part 2: What Makes a Tech Friendly Head of School? | Out of School

    Fraser and Bradley continue with the 2016 Deployment series with a discussion about the qualities a technology friendly leader has. While they cover these in depth on the show, the key takeaways are setting vision, modeling behavior, setting expectations (and committing to them), willingness to fail, willingness to expect success, ability to see past the…

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  6. Episode 245 – PowerScripting Podcast – Dan Cunningham on the PowerShell App Deployment Toolkit »

    A Podcast about Windows PowerShell.


    In This Episode

    Tonight on the PowerScripting Podcast, we talk to Dan Cunningham about the PowerShell App Deployment Toolkit


    PowerShell Saturday #005 – Atlanta announced for Oct 26th is building a repository of DSC modules

    PowerShell summit agenda info


    Guests – Dan Cunningham


    Chatroom Buzz-

    PowerShell Saturday 006: Hear the Scripting Guy and the Winner of the Advanced Category in the Scripting Games

    Two weeks until PowerShell Saturday 005 in Atlanta (October 26th):

    jonwalz my audio is cutting out but i think this is the privilege guard tool he’s talking about:

    JonWalz: would steve’s favorite tool help?    (Interesting product)

    ## DONT USE INTERNET EXPLORER it doesn’t work with the vide

    you guys know what to do with the whole ## stuff right?

    ## to ask a question

    ## is there an app list like chocolety

    ## did he talk about targeting yet?

    ### PS 3.0

    ##will I be at a disadvantage if I don’t have SCCM?  If so what functionality do I lose?

    ##Could I use Group Policy as a targeting mechanism if I don’t have SCCM?  Or would that be messy?

    ## And you could train a helpdesk person to creat packages

    ### does the product called Tanium play in this space?  Peer-to-Peer distribution model based tool.

    ## Why does most of your documentation use Lotus Notes as the example application?

    ## Does the tool inspect MSi files and list which properties can be specified on commandline?

    ## Does the tool inspect MSI files and list which properties can be specified on commandline?

    ## Are there any plans to automate the process of creating the Deploy-Application.ps1 scripts via a GUI, rather than asking the user to modify them by hand?

    The Question – Hero/Power

    Superman / fly home

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  7. Cooking Issues | Podcast Series | Heritage Radio Network

    Dave Arnold, chef and inventor, answers listener questions on the latest innovative techniques, equipment, and ingredients in the food world. Each week on Cooking Issues, Dave solves your cooking dilemmas with his mile-a-minute stream of knowledge. Got a question on ike-jime, the Japanese fish killing technique? We got you covered. Hydrocolloids, sous-vide, liquid nitrogen? No problem. Have a question about pimping your oven to make great pizza? Give us a call. Occasionally Dave will invite special guest chefs, bartenders, authors and columnists to join the show.

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