“Keep your eyes open. Your career can be a fun adventure. If you go into it with a generally positive attitude, and are willing to shift and pivot when you need to, you’re going to have a good time.”
— David Sparks In this episode we speak with David Sparks of MacSparky.com about his path to becoming an attorney, start
Kaytlin Bailey joins Tristan Taormino to talk about the history of sex work in the U.S—a piece of history that has been undocumented and ignored. She shares stories from her YouTube video “U.S. History from a Whore’s Eye View” including the life of black trans sex worker Mary Jones in the 1800s and the connection between World War I, the military, STDs, and policing sex worker bodies. As in her podcast, she profiles a diverse array of people, and we dig into the lives and careers of Valerie Solanas and Cardi B. Kaytlin makes the connection between past and present sex worker experiences, criminalization, and their relationship to societal norms about women. She makes a compelling argument for why we should all care about whorephobia and sex workers. Kaytlin Bailey is a natural born contrarian and professional provocateur. Stand up comic, writer, sex worker advocate and host of the The Oldest Profession Podcast, she has dedicated her life to telling better sex worker stories. Special thanks for support from
For women in male-dominated fields like engineering, there are lots of stressors, both subtle and overt. As a result, many end up leaving the field altogether. But the ones who stay develop strategies to survive and to even challenge the status quo. Guests: Jessica Townsend, Ana, Elena, and Teresa Cardador. Our theme music is Matt Hill’s “City In Motion,” provided by Audio Network.
Episode 372: Aaron Patterson on the Ruby Runtime
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Aaron Patterson of GitHub discusses the Ruby language and its runtime. Host Jeremy Jung spoke with Aaron about the Ruby language and how it works. They discuss the language virtual machine, concurrency, garbage collection, and JIT compilation. If you’ve ever wondered what’s happening under the hood of a programming language, this is a great introduction.
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The area that is now Oklahoma was once a place called Indian Territory. Beginning in the 1800s, the U.S. government designated the land in the Great Plains as a place where it could force indigenous peoples in order to make room for American settlers as they pushed west. All of the routes on the Trail
Edward Hieatt, SVP at Pivotal Software, and John Rogers, Executive at CoreLogic, discuss software development using the Agile methodology and how it differs from other methods in practice and results.
Host Deborah Becker speaks with outgoing Bentley University President Gloria Larson and education editor Jon Marcus on the future and priorities of small colleges. Plus, Evan Horowitz on rising gas price may be here to stay. Also, the new border war in Boston between docked versus dockless bicycles.
Marriage is hard — and there are signs it’s become even harder in recent decades. We examine how long-term relationships have changed, and whether we might improve marriage by asking less of it.
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