On this episode, Jeremy chats with Amy Arambulo Negrette about what makes a good conference talk, why doing technical talks and creating content can help your career, how new problems can become a source of new content, how to make problems more interesting, and much more.
How do you understand attacks? This week Jesse tells us. The function of software languages, and how hardware memory works are places to start. Join Jesse as he takes a look at the attacks that often result in security breaches and offers some advice on how to alleviate them.
In the news: re:Inforce canceled in Houston, cue Marty Robbin’s for IBM’s Big Iron,
how small healthcare is under threat from cyberattacks, and more!
Prepare to have your blind mown. It’s a track-by-track walk through of the brilliance of AWOL Nation’s "Sail." This feature runs on 95.5 KLOS in Los Angeles on the Frosty, Heidi, & Frank Morning Show. Streamable on the web @ www.955klos.com. Enjoy!
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Greg is a high profile member of GT with an impressive run-streak under his belt and a story to inspire us all
Last week my former colleague Si Jobling interviewed me for his Make life work podcast about working from home, in different time zones and how to optimise your workflow.
The Sonny Brown Breakdown: Unconventional Growth in Grappling & A Universal Theory of Guard With Chris Paines
I talk to Chris Paines who describes himself as a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt who has never done Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. He started training submission grappling somewhat isolated from the larger BJJ scene in Staffordshire, England but began attending BJJ Globetrotters camps where he met Priit Mihkelson. It was at these camps where he was graded up and awarded his black belt by Priit. The unconventional way he learned made him forced him to emphasise understanding the concepts behind grappling, which he describes as a machine of physics and biology through which using concepts the techniques can emerge. We discuss these conceptual ideas and specifically his universal theory of guard which has him focusing on control points and applying other lessons from wrestling that has allowed him to progress. .
The infamous Jake Archibald, member of the Chrome Team, an author of the Service Worker spec, and host of the HTTP 203 Podcast takes us on a whirlwind tour of recent and upcoming browser standards including Portals, iframes, App Cache, Service Workers, HTML, Browser History and more – why they are the way they are,…
Episode 012 - Designing Resilience with Jeremy Keith by The Object-Oriented UX Podcast • A podcast on Anchor
Jeremy Kieth is the cofounder of Clearleft, a design agency specializing in building resilient, future-proof, backwards compatible, and just super elegant web experiences. He is also the author of "Resilient Web Design," which he has made available for free to all of us through Creative Commons licensing, as well as many other books on super-geeky topics like DOM Scripting, Ajax, and HTML5. In this episode of the podcast, Sophia and Jeremy discuss how responsive design made the truth about the Internet apparent, why the invisible is hard to prioritize, and what a bad design system means for our end users. Enjoy!
Follow Jeremy on Twitter: @adactio
Listen to "Resilient Web Design" via Apple Podcast
Listen to The Clearleft Podcast on Spotify
Book your tickets to UX Fest (June 1-3, 2021)
Cate takes Dru and Nishant up the Social Justice ladder discussing her interview in ‘Living By The Code.’
Welcome to Episode 14 of the Seven Eighths. I had the luck of sitting down with The Corey Quinn for a conversation. For the few of us that don’t know him, Corey is the Chief Cloud Economist at The Duckbill Group, where he specializes in helping companies improve their AWS bills by making them smaller and less horrifying. He also hosts the "Screaming in the Cloud" and "AWS Morning Brief" podcasts; and curates "Last Week in AWS," a weekly newsletter summarizing the latest in AWS news, blogs, and tools, sprinkled with snark and thoughtful analysis in roughly equal measure. Recently, the New York Times feature on Corey called him a part tech analyst, part internet troll and part watchdog. The article highlighted Corey’s success in helping his clients manage cloud infrastructure and how Corey got the attention of executives at AWS and Google themselves. But this podcast isn’t about what the media writes. This episode is about Corey’s journey, the string of failures that he went through, his struggles and how he retells his own story to himself. You will hear a Corey that you don’t get to on Twitter/LinkedIn or any other social media. Let’s sit down and listen in.
And that’s how the cookie crumbles. There are so many nuggets that I heard on this episode that felt like finding treasure! Corey reframed a resume as a sales doc. Now use the sales doc to tell the story you want to tell with it instead of a collection of plain experiences. Turns out, everyone including Corey has a fear of failure. But rather than it stopping you, turn this fear of failure into an expectation of failure and take it as an opportunity to reinvent yourself.
And lastly, reminding me that the failures that we are talking about are still failures from a place of privilege. So, a regular reality check and remembering to be humble and grateful is the antidote.
Thank you for listening to this episode. Do leave me your thoughts. I”m on twitter @femmenectar. Until the next conversation, cheers guys!
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