This awkward week we’re talking about "micro-cheating," creepy stalkers, and accidentally coming on to your friends. Questions/comments/stories/whatevers? Call/text 509-AWKWARD or visit awkward.email for more options!
Please support the Beauty Brains by signing up for a free audio book at Audible.com. Click here to get your free audio book. Chris says…Can you guys talk
Dan and Haddie talk about doing the daily grinding tasks that you know will pay off one day, how Domino’s Pizza is standing out, how reading can help you unwind from your day, and more!
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Next week marks the 100th episode of the Beauty Brains Show! Perry and I taking today off to prepare for the big event so now I’m going to play another l
Minimizing the mental burden and labor cost of accounting and taxes by optimizing for simplicity.
In today’s episode, iPhreaks speaks with Paulo Faria. Paulo is based in Brazil and has been developing for the OSX platform since 2012. Also, Paulo mentions focusing on server side development and working in iOS and Android development. Paulo is the creator of Zewo and one of the first to work with server-side Swift. Paulo is on iPheaks to talks about Concurrency. Paul believes that concurrency is the missing feature to make it a true and mature ecosystem for server-side on Swift.
In particular, we dive pretty deep on:
Grand Central Dispatch
Is Swift following or leading?
Current state of concurrency in Swift
What’s going on in concurrency in Swift right now
Chris Eidhof’s Incremental Programming
Seven Concurrency Models in Seven Weeks
and much more!
The Emerald Deep
Going One Year No Beer with Andy Ramage and Ruari Fairbairns - The Productivityist Podcast: Ideas and Tools for Personal Productivity | Time Management | Goals | Habits | Working Better
In this episode of the podcast, Mike not only talks with Andy Ramage and Ruari Fairbairns of One Year No Beer but he also take on one of their challenges.
Whether you’re a cryptocurrency novice or expert, this episode will teach you a ton. My guest, Fred Ehrsam, founded the world’s largest platform for storing & trading Bitcoin and more. Just us for a full crypto education!
Learn to Code With Me : S4E7: How to Become a Software Engineer at Amazon and Volunteer on the Side With Christine Chapman
By day, Christine Chapman works as a software engineer at Audible, where she’s been ever since leaving her previous role as a full-stack Android developer at Amazon. But her love of tech doesn’t stop when she leaves the office: Christine is also passionate about giving back and spreading computer science literacy to her community. Some of Christine’s favorite organizations to get involved with are ones that make an effort to increase diversity in the tech world, like Black Girls Code, Girl Develop It, and Women’s Coding Collective. She teaches courses for Girl Develop It and volunteers at Uplift, a nonprofit dedicated to combating sexual violence online. In our conversation, Christine talks about her early experiences studying computer science and interning in competitive programs, gives advice for a job at a company like Amazon, and encourages us all to volunteer outside our day jobs, with actionable tips for getting involved.
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