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  1. Maria Mohns #metoo-oppgjør: - Han stakk hånden opp under skjørtet mitt | Podbean

    Maria Mohn bærer på babyen som kan bli Norges første kjente barn som er født for å redde et annet. I denne podkasten forteller Fredrikstad-sangeren om all hetsen hun har måttet tåle og at hun angrer på at familien har vært så ærlig: - Når du deler noe som er så personlig og sårt, gjør det vondt å få hatefulle kommentarer.

    I podkasten tar hun også et oppgjør med hvordan noen menn ser på kvinner i hennes bransje: - Jeg kan love deg at jeg har mange stygge historier, som jeg både har opplevd og sett, sier Maria Mohn som legger til at hun av og til tenker at folk burde leid inn en stripper i stedet for en artist.

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  2. 5by5 | iOhYes #67: Episode 67 - Used to Sleeping with a Watch

    We welcome special guest Kim Etzel (wife of host Chad Etzel) to the show to discuss ResearchKit from the perspective of someone in the research community with an interest in gaining the benefits of ResearchKit.

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  3. solving toddler and preschooler sleep problems

    That’s why we’re grateful that Elizabeth Pantley, well known author of The No Cry Sleep Solution and The No Cry Nap Solution has also written The No Cry Sleep Solution for Toddlers and Preschoolers. And it’s why we’re very excited to share this podcast interview with her!

    In this interview, Tanya speaks with Elizabeth about both nap time and nighttime sleep. And Elizabeth also answers some questions posted for her on our Facebook page by you!

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  4. Never Lay Me Down To Sleep

    If there was a drug that meant you never had to sleep again, would you take it? Would those who didn’t need to sleep have special advantages over those who did? All that and a side of zombies, in this week’s episode.

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  5. 100: Testing IS Harder than Developing with Gerald Weinberg - Test Talks

    LinkedIn101Twitter0Facebook86Testing IS Harder than Developing Gerald Weinberg

    What better way is there to celebrate a milestone than speaking with a living legend? Gerald Weinberg has been developing and testing software for over 50 years, and was one of the engineers who worked on the first American NASA space program (Project Mercury), where he designed and implemented the space tracking network focusing on the first multi-programmed operating systems.

    Jerry has also written more than 30 books including some of my favorites: Weinberg on Writing: The Fieldstone Method, Perfect Software And Other Illusions About Testing, and Becoming a Technical Leader.

    You don’t want to miss this episode – it’ll be like listening to a real Obi Wan Kenobi … or Yoda!

    About Gerald

    Simply put, Gerald M. Weinberg is a living software engineering legend. He was the architect for NASA’s Mercury Project‘s space tracking network and designer of the world’s first multi-programmed operating system.

    With over 50 years’ experience in developing and testing, Jerry has taught companies around the world and trained thousands of folks in his workshops on how to create better software.

    Jerry is also a well-known author who has published over 40 books and more than 400 articles. Some of his most popular books (including The Psychology of Computer Programming and Introduction to General Systems Thinking) are considered modern day classics and are a must-read for anyone involved with software development.

    Test Talks is sponsored by the fantastic folks at Sauce Labs. Try it for free today!

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  6. Elon Musk | Full interview | Code Conference 2016

    SpaceX CEO Elon Musk talks with Recode’s Kara Swisher and The Verge’s Walt Mossberg about his plans to send a one-way rocket to Mars in 2018. He estimates colonists could start arriving on the Red Planet by 2025. Musk also talks about the proliferation of electric vehicle initiatives that compete with his other company, Tesla, and why autonomous cars will become the norm. He says he doesn’t see Google as a competitor, but that "Apple will be more direct." Plus: Why Musk wants more people to have access to the power of artificial intelligence.

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  7. How Apple obsessive John Gruber built Daring Fireball, the world’s most powerful one-man media company - Recode

    Since 2002, Gruber has owned a chunk of the conversation about Apple — and he does it all solo.


    Tagged with apple

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  8. Episode 9 - David Baumgold on Flask-Dance, WebhookDB and Open EdX

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  9. Episode 31 - Dariusz Suchojad on Zato

    Service integration platforms have traditionally been the realm of Java projects. Zato is a project that shows Python is a great choice for systems integration due to its flexibility and wealth of useful libraries. In this episode we had the opportunity to speak with Dariusz Suchojad, the creator of Zato about why he decided to make it and what makes it interesting. Listen to the episode and then take it for a spin.

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  10. Episode 26 - Dag Brattli on RxPy

    Dag Brattli is an engineer with Microsoft and in his spare time he created the ported the Reactive Xtensions framework to Python in the form of the RxPy library. In this episode we had the opportunity to speak with Dag and learn more about what ReactiveX is, why it is useful and how you can use it in your Python programs. It is definitely a very powerful programming patern when manipulating data streams which is becoming increasingly common in modern software architectures.

    Brief Introduction

    Hello and welcome to Podcast.init, the podcast about Python and the people who make it great.

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