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John Sonmez wants to help you become more successful, make more money, deal with difficult coworkers and be so productive everyone thinks you must be abusing a prescription for Ritalin. Listen in every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, as Simple Programmer founder, John Sonmez, answers questions, interviews guests and shares everything he knows to help you become a top performing software developer. The Simple Programmer Podcast is a short podcast that is a mix of career advice, philosophy and s ...
 
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Pour mieux comprendre ce qui se joue dans le monde, Thomas Rozec s’empare d’une question d’actualité et la soumet à celles et ceux qui seront à même d’y répondre. Vingt minutes par jour, cinq jours par semaine, dès 18 heures. Programme B est un podcast de Binge Audio.
 
Welcome to D:Programmed Podcast, a show where I explore, discuss, and present elements of cults, consciousness, occult, and science. I began podcasting about the paranormal in 2018 and my experience with different co-hosts and a myriad of guests had me questioning how I was coming at that entire spectrum of topics. I began to notice that critical thinking skills were essentially lacking in terms of what people actually stated, and their evidence for paranormal, ufo, cryptozoology and the occ ...
 
"Nitor Infotech’s The Programmer’s Lab is a Thought Leadership Podcast series, where our guests with decades of experience in the software industry share their thoughts on everything tech. The first podcast features Nitor Infotech’s AVP ( Project and Delivery Unit), Abhijeet Shah. A thought leader with over two decades of experience in the software product development industry, Abhijeet, has led technical teams for value-driven deliverables to several customers around the globe. In this podc ...
 
Kickstart is an 8 week online programme designed to make you a little more fabulous. Exercise and nutrition is all taken care for you. Interval training and cardio podcasts are part of the exercise programme (along with bootcamp videos) designed to get you into the best shape of your life!
 
Hey my dudes! In this podcast, we will discuss about programming in general and becoming a blissful programmer in particular. Having been programming for around a decade, walking in shoes of both lead software engineer and beginner, having given hundreds of interviews and taking hundreds as well, I have accumulated some knowledge which I would like to share. Topics include how to start coding, skills to sharpen, how to improve quality, what hiring managers are looking for, how to become a gr ...
 
Programmer's Notes is a podcast where programming tools, languages, and the like are thoroughly explained. By the end of each episode listeners should have a solid base on the episode topic and have the required knowledge to start using the discussed tool, language, or the like. Please feel free to contact us with questions or episode requests at ProgrammersNotesPodcast@gmail.com, requests will help us get more content out there.
 
A small Scottish island is shocked to find itself home to a brand new space program. When two tech entrepreneurs announce their plan to make one of the local kids the world’s first child astronaut, nothing is ever the same again. Listen to all 20 episodes now. A Bafflegab Production for Fun Kids, supported by the Audio Content Fund.
 
John Finnemore's Souvenir Programme is a sketch comedy series broadcast on BBC Radio 4. Finnemore is the sole writer and performs with Margaret Cabourn-Smith, Simon Kane, Lawry Lewin and Carrie Quinlan. The first series was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2011, and further series have followed annually. The series contains sketches and character monologues, with only one major recurring character, a storyteller who narrates a tall tale in the last five minutes of most programmes, and who also pr ...
 
John Finnemore's Souvenir Programme is a sketch comedy series broadcast on BBC Radio 4. Finnemore is the sole writer and performs with Margaret Cabourn-Smith, Simon Kane, Lawry Lewin and Carrie Quinlan. The first series was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2011, and further series have followed annually.  The series contains sketches and character monologues, with only one major recurring character, a storyteller who narrates a tall tale in the last five minutes of most programmes, and who also ...
 
Chad McCanna and Hyle "Slush" Russell deliver a bi-weekly serving of Donkey Kong Universe-based comedy, dragging their multinational gaggle of cohorts through the process. Featuring news on upcoming games, trivia contents from throughout DK series history, and award-winning* segments like Great Moments in DKU Audio, you're guaranteed to love it!***not true**not a guarantee
 
Your inspirational fasting Podcast by Buchinger Wilhelmi, the world’s leading fasting clinics. Life can be stressful, challenging and exhausting. It is easier to master day-to-day challenges with a healthy body and a strong mind. Fasting creates the ideal conditions for restoring inner balance and offers various health benefits. However, it is only one component you need for a long, fulfilled life. Therefore, this podcast covers additional topics such as integrative medicine, inspiration, mi ...
 
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C’est l’un des grands dossiers criminels de ce début de XXIe siècle. Jugée en juin, l’affaire Troadec, qui passionna puis horrifia la France à l’hiver 2017. Tout démarre par la disparition à la mi février 2017, d’une famille entière. Alerté·e·s par leurs proches qui s’inquiètent, la police investit la maison des Troadec, à Orvault, en Loire-Atlanti…
 
durée : 01:53:57 - Allegretto du lundi 17 mai 2021 - par : Denisa Kerschova - Elle a six cordes doubles, elle est apparue en Italie et en Espagne au XVIe siècle... bienvenue à la mandoline aux côtés de Julien Martineau !Nous nous envolerons ensuite vers Buenos Aires dans la salle légendaire du Teatro Colón. - réalisé par : Laurent Lefrançois…
 
Monosodium Glutamate is probably one of the most contentious ingredients in modern food. Increasingly there have been calls to tackle the stigma attached to it especially as this has been linked to Chinese restaurants and people with East Asian heritage. In this programme Leyla Kazim aims to demystify MSG. She looks into where it came from, what it…
 
Growing up in Vanuatu, the idea of females surfing was frowned upon. Despite a number of surfing competitions being held on the island, girls were never included. But thanks to pioneers like Risu Kalotiti things are changing.
 
KiwiBank's chief economist Jarrod Kerr says he would love to see both house prices and rents fall. The Finance Minister Grant Robertson yesterday signalled that the brunt of the Government's housing plan was already outlined in March - leaving little new for tomorrow's Budget. But Jarrod Kerr told RNZ deputy political editor Craig McCulloch the gov…
 
Cook Islands tennis player Brett Baudinet has been swinging a racquet since he was five years old and at 39 he has no plans to leave the court just yet. The Pacific Oceania Davis Cup captain has been representing his country for over 20 years and says there is a huge amount of talent in the region, but money remains a major barrier.…
 
Manu Samoa rugby coach Seilala Mapusua is eagerly awaiting his first match in charge, after an extended wait caused by Covid-19. Samoa haven't taken the field since the 2019 Rugby World Cup but Mapusua says the lack of international rugby had allowed him to dedicate more time to the grass roots. [image:239119:full]no caption…
 
A long-serving staff member at the New Zealand High Commission in New Delhi has died of Covid-19. The Indian staff member started working at the Commission in 1986 - when Sir Edmund Hillary was High Commissioner. He died in hospital on the 16 May. Foreign Affairs Minister Nanaia Mahuta says she was deeply saddened to learn of the staff members deat…
 
National MPs are singing from different song sheets - with some now throwing their support behind Māori co-governance and targeted funding. Leader Judith Collins has been accusing the government of trying to create two systems by stealth. Here's political reporter Katie Scotcher.
 
An alleged hammer attack on the sidelines of a kids netball game has one sports centre thinking about extra security. Police are investigating after the incident at the Tauranga Netball Centre on Saturday afternoon where two men allegedly got into a fight - bystanders intervened to calm the situation. Several teams of primary and intermediate aged …
 
Sexual abuse survivors say the ACC claims process is broken. Figures revealed today show almost nobody makes it through the system with approval. Only five percent of sexual abuse claims are approved, and those who make it through say the process is traumatising, frustrating and long. They say the system needs a complete overhaul. Ben Strang report…
 
Migrants have hit back at the so-called immigration "reset" saying it uses them as a 'scapegoat' for problems with housing, infrastructure and worker welfare. The government has signalled a change of direction, with cuts to the number of incoming temporary migrants and a focus on attracting more highly-skilled workers instead. Katie Todd reports.…
 
Opiki and Tokomaru residents in the Manawatu want to break away from their current council, which they say has neglected them for years, and forge a new future with Palmerston North. They feel more connected to Palmy - they work, shop and go to school there - and say it's only right their rates are paid to that council as well. But, there's just on…
 
Ports of Auckland bosses have fronted up to frustrated Auckland councillors this afternoon.. as freight and logistics delays continue to affect businesses across the country. Ports chief executive Tony Gibson presented their latest quarterly report to Auckland Council - the Port's sole shareholder - and Mayor Phil Goff wasted no time in demanding a…
 
Business owners say they have been forced to pay more and risk breaching contracts because they can't get goods into Ports of Auckland. Goods are being re-routed to Tauranga and arriving five weeks later - something's been happening for months, with no end in sight. It has highlighted the significant problems - current and future - that face the Au…
 
Check your receipts - a computer glitch at dozens of supermarkets yesterday meant shoppers did not get the discounts that were advertised on the shelf. If you were shopping at a Pak n Save, New World or Four Square anywhere in the North Island on Monday, you might have been over-charged. Supermarket company Foodstuffs said about a quarter of the we…
 
There were plenty of hugs, tears and cheers at Rarotonga international airport today as the Cook Islands bubble finally opened. The first flight from Auckland left with almost 300 people on board to the tourist-starved destination. Our reporter Nick Truebridge and cameraman Nate McKinnon checked in with them and hopped on board.…
 
A report into the Covid-19 vaccine rollout raises serious concerns about whether the government can reach its targets and if there's even enough vaccine in the country. It calls on health authorities to be honest and more transparent about the challenges and uncertainty ahead. The weighty report by the Auditor General drills down into preparations …
 
Clinical services across all Waikato public hospitals have been seriously affected by a cyber security incident with all phones and computers down. Outpatient appointments and patients coming for a non-urgent surgery have been affected. A union says the cyberattack on the Waikato DHB appears to be a type of ransomware called "Conti". It appears to …
 
Panellists Nadine Higgins and Chris Wikaira discuss the immigration re-set, the health cost of over-work and a push for more people to take a holiday in the Cook Islands to help the country rebuild its economy.
 
Dr DUNCAN WEBB to the Minister of Finance: What recent reports has he seen on the New Zealand economy? Hon JUDITH COLLINS to the Prime Minister: Does she stand by all of her Government’s statements and actions? DEBBIE NGAREWA-PACKER to the Prime Minister: Does she stand by all her Government’s statements and actions? Hon MICHAEL WOODHOUSE to the Mi…
 
Dance practitioner, Susan Jordan, is a big believer in the concept of 'creative ageing' and has put together a show featuring dancers in their 60s and 70s. She joins Jesse in the Auckland studio to tell us about her upcoming show.
 
In a world first - a team of Queensland researchers and US scientists have developed a Covid-19 anti-viral therapy that has killed off the viral load, in infected mice, by 99.9 percent. It's been described as a "seek and destroy mission" - using a 'next generation" viral approach. Professor Nigel McMillan from Griffith University in Queensland join…
 
Justice campaigners are hopeful the Ombudsman's investigation into the Department of Corrections will help figure out why so little has changed after countless critical reports and recommendations. Peter Boshier has launched an investigation into how Corrections has responded to criticism regarding its treatment of prisoners. JustSpeak director Tan…
 
Farmers and food growers are worried immigration changes will leave them in the lurch when it comes to harvesting, picking and milking. The government says the skilled migrant category will be reset and industries will need to put more effort into training, education, and workforce planning. It's also recommending more money be spent on research an…
 
People are gathering to protest the Napier City Council's decision not to implement Māori wards in time for next year's local elections. Councils have until the 21st of May to decide whether they will establish such a ward next year. RNZ's Hawke's Bay reporter Tom Kitchin speaks to Max Towle from the protest.…
 
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