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  1. 34 - Matt Levine Live at Bloomberg HQ

    Is Matt Levine a modern-day Horace? Like Matt, Horace has a preoccupation with wealth and the law. There’s a playful humor as he segues from topic to topic. An ability to read Latin. And many of Horace’s letters are about the length of a Bloomberg View column. QED, says Tyler.

    So Matt, the Latin teacher turned lawyer turned investment banker turned finance writer, recently joined Tyler for a conversation on Horace and more, including cryptocurrencies, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Nabakov, New York, Uber, financial regulation, market volatility, M&A, whether finance is nerdy, and why panic is central to the Matt Levine production function.

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  2. Episode 24: Founder Origin Stories Part V: Patrick McKenzie - ZenFounder

    Rob and Sherry continue their founder origin series. In this episode Sherry interviews Patrick McKenzie.Patrick’s WebsitePatrick’s BlogStarFighters.ioPatrick’s Email: Patrick at Kalzumeus dot com

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  3. Episode 158 | Carin Meier - Biogeekery and Identity

    Carin started off as a professional ballet dancer, studied Physics in college, and has been developing software for both the enterprise and entrepreneur ever since. She has a thing for Clojure and can be usually found with a cup of tea in her hand, hacking on her Roomba, AR Drone, or any other robots that happen to be nearby.

    She hails from Cincinnati, where she works remotely as a developer for Cognitect, and also helps organize the Cincinnati Functional Programmers user group.

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  4. Chisel Your Way In

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  5. Youtube Masters Webinar

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  6. Cloud Spanner

    In this episode of the ARCHITECHT Show, Deepti Srivastava, lead product manager for Cloud Spanner at Google, discusses that service’s new multi-region capabilities and Google’s promise of 99.999% availability. She also shares some thoughts on the best use cases for Spanner and other cloud databases; the importance of database options in choosing a cloud provider; and the evolution of database technology that got us here — "here" being geographically distributed, ACID-compliant SQL databases configurable with just a few clicks.

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  7. ClojureScript with David Nolen - CaSE

    CaSE is an interview podcast for software developers and architects about Software Engineering and related topics. We release a new episode every three weeks.

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  8. Modern CSS with Jen Simmons - CaSE

    CaSE is an interview podcast for software developers and architects about Software Engineering and related topics. We release a new episode every three weeks.

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  9. Episode 7: Mike Perham

    Podcast RSSShow Notes:After a decade as a Java developer, open source helped Mike Perham build a name for himself in the Ruby world. He saw the open source burnout pattern happen over and over. He didn’t want it to happen to him. So even though it went against industry norms,  Mike started Sidekiq with the intention of making money.“I’m a creator and I love building tools.”After five years, Sidekiq has more than 11 million downloads and has surpassed his goal of making $1M without taking a cent of investor money. Hear why it’s important to avoid what he calls “Tip Jar Mindset” and how he turned his project from making him $1/hour to the robust business it is today. What to read: Avoiding burnoutShow Links:Mike Perham websiteMike Perham TwitterSidekiqHow to charge for open sourceHow to make 100k in open source 11.2 million downloads!

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  10. Writing A Clojure IDE in Kotlin with Colin Fleming

    We chat with Colin Fleming about developing a Clojure IDE in Kotlin, and how Clojure has taught him to think differently when resolving problems, even in Kotlin!

    For links to show notes, please visit

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