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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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Ask the Programmer

asktheprogrammer

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James King and Steve Greenblatt discuss topics relevant to AV programming, programmers, and those who work with audiovisual control systems. To join the conversation or ask a question to be featured on a show, reach out to @AV_JamesKing or @stevegreenblatt on Twitter.
 
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Programme B

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Programme B

Binge Audio

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Le podcast d'actualité de la rédaction de Binge Audio présenté par Thomas Rozec. Enquêtes, reportages et entretiens toutes les semaines. Programme B est un podcast de Binge Audio. Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out. Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out. Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.
 
Avec la chaleureuse complicité de David Abiker, les auditeurs choisissent les musiques qu’ils souhaitent écouter durant toute une heure de 18h à 19h, du lundi au vendredi. Un temps de partage et de connivence ! Pour raconter un "coup de cœur classique" à David, rien de plus simple : écrivez-lui à david.abiker@radioclassique.fr et il programmera votre choix dans son émisison. Générique de l'émission : Grünfeld, Paraphrase sur La Chauve-Souris de J. Strauss (Jean-Yves Thibaudet)
 
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Changement de programme

Séraphin Vandegar

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Dans ce podcast, je vous fais découvrir les parcours inspirants de francophones aux quatre coins du monde qui se sont reconverti·es dans la tech.⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ Qu’ils ou elles soient graphistes, développeuses, chefs de projet, data scientists, administrateurs réseaux ou expertes en sécurité, je les interroge sur leur parcours.⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ Pourquoi ont-ils choisi de changer de métier? Comment ont-elles fait? Qu’auraient-ils aimé savoir avant de se lancer? Regrettent-elles parfois leur choix? ⁣⁣ Si tu envisag ...
 
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Kickstart Programme by A Little More Fabulous

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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!
 
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Blissful Programmer

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Blissful Programmer

saurav prakash

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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 ...
 
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News and Topical Issue. RERUN: In today’s first story, we are going to discuss the history of YMCA building in Bratislava as well as its impact on the life of Bratislava citizens at the beginning of 20th century. Then, in today’s second story, Zuzana Botiková will recreate a short visit that US president Theodore Roosevelt paid to the region around…
 
durée : 01:28:43 - Le quatre mains au piano - par : Denisa Kerschova - Debussy, Alkan, Britten, Mozart, Brahms, Bach, Ravel, Schumann, Schubert, Saint-Saëns... - réalisé par : Emmanuel Benitoโดย Denisa Kerschova
 
| 1. | 9 O’clock Nasty, | King Thing | 2. | Dave & Ansell Collins, | Double Barrel | 3. | Queen Anne’s Revenge, | Piracy | 4. | Richard Pinhas, | The Last Kings of Thule (Part 1) | 5. | Ernest Honny, | Kofi Psych (Interlude 1) | 6. | Carambolage, | Johnny | 7. | James Domestic, | Manana | 8. | Cheese, | Kids Don’t Mind | 9. | Paper Mice, | The Cyni…
 
Mention légales : Vos données de connexion, dont votre adresse IP, sont traités par Radio Classique, responsable de traitement, sur la base de son intérêt légitime, par l’intermédiaire de son sous-traitant Ausha, à des fins de réalisation de statistiques agréées et de lutte contre la fraude. Ces données sont supprimées en temps réel pour la finalit…
 
On la voit partout, dans la rue, dans les boutiques, sur nos fils de réseaux sociaux. La veste dite “de travail”, reproduction du bleu de travail des ouvriers d’antan, connaît un grand succès. Proposée par des dizaines de marques, parfois vendue très cher, elle est désormais portée par un public dont les liens avec le monde ouvrier sont a priori té…
 
The Kākāpō Recovery breeding programme is on track for a bumper season, offering hope for the critically endangered bird's future. There are only 200 or so Kākāpō in the world. The nocturnal, flightless parrots are mating and so far at least nine fertile eggs have been produced this season. Department of Conservation scientist Andrew Digby has been…
 
Julia a étudié la podologie et pratiqué ce métier pendant quelques années avant de se rendre compte qu’elle avait besoin de changement. Pour être heureuse, elle devait pouvoir voyager plus. Après un voyage d’un an, le premier confinement est arrivé et elle a décidé de se former pour devenir développeuse. Aujourd’hui, Julia développe des sites inter…
 
RNZ Pacific Reporter Lydia Lewis went down to Mt Smart Stadium in Auckland where the collection drive for the Aotearoa Tonga committee is underway. She tells Anna about the stories she has heard so far from people thinking about their loved ones.
 
Raised in a Maori speaking household in the Far North, Rewi Pene teaches at Te Wharekura o Arowhenua school in Invercargill, and is currently learning his seventh language. He joins Anna to chat about his life and work.
 
Many people around the world are now considering their personal carbon footprint on a daily basis. A Wellington-based sustainable data company is helping British bank customers spend in line with their values, with NZ banks to follow soon.
 
We go to RNZ Pacific News Editor Susana Laiataua for the latest developments in Tonga. Then we'll hear from the CEO of Volunteer Service Abroad, Stephen Goodman, to learn about the extent of the damage to the many local projects they support.
 
The sixth World Schools Sevens tournament takes place at Auckland's Pakuranga rugby club this weekend, with some of the country's best school-aged talent on display. For the first time, a New Zealand Asian Barbarians team has been entered, and they've managed to get a bonafide sevens legend to help them out. Rugby reporter Joe Porter has more.…
 
Ecologists are researching the reefs around the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai volcano to see how the biodiversity might fare. When the volcano erupted in late 2014, it temporarily changed water temperatures by up to five degrees celsius, and dumped masses of ash into the sea. The remaining crater became the newest land mass on Earth. Scientists went th…
 
There's something in the water in Timaru. The town has had discoloured drinking water for more than a month after Timaru District Council switched to a secondary water supply. Some residents have been using water from tankers as the council tries to reduce demand for tap water while it refills the reservoirs from its usual Pareora River source. Niv…
 
The price of tomatoes has doubled over the past year. Statistics New Zealand says the summer staples cost $3.30/kg in December 2020, but by the end of last year, they were $6.61/kg. Grocery foods such as eggs, milk and yoghurt, have also become more expensive. The spike in tomato prices has contributed to the biggest jump in overall food prices in …
 
The rollout of the medicinal cannabis scheme, which aims to provide quality access to products for patients, has made little progress, a Massey University study found. Delays in approving products, strict compliance standards, and inconsistent prescribing practices among GPs have made it difficult - and expensive - to get treatment. Many have turne…
 
Plant lovers in the Auckland suburb of Hillsborough are on high alert after a run of thefts. One woman has decided to move her favourite varieties out of the public eye, and a local church is investing in security cameras. Katie Doyle reports.
 
Australia's Nick Kyrgios put yesterday on a show against the tournament favourite Daniil Medvedev, but it was the Russian who managed to clinch the win. There were also two major shocks in the women's draw - number three seed Garbine Muguruza and sixth seed Anett Kontaveit were sent packing within minutes of each other. Meanwhile, Ugo Humbert of Fr…
 
Disruption during the pandemic may be to blame for a fall in NCEA pass rates and a steep drop in exam attendance. More than 160,000 students found out their results yesterday. The Government says students affected by lockdowns were well-supported, and it is looking forward to a year with no widespread school closures. Gill Bonnett reports.…
 
After 48 days at the 'red' traffic light setting, Te Tai Tokerau has finally joined the rest of the country at 'orange'. Northland has been relatively Covid-free this summer - clocking up just a handful of locations of interest this month. Businesses are celebrating the step-change in traffic lights but Northlanders are divided - Tai Tokerau Border…
 
Tonga's recovery is making progress, but the future remains unclear as assessments still take place. Aid flights have arrived from New Zealand and Australia; and NZDF ships are helping clear the way for more aid to arrive by sea. RNZ Pacific reporter Lydia Lewis talks to Max Towle about what her team has learned.…
 
Crucial aid has started arriving in Tonga. Yesterday a New Zealand Defence Force aircraft carrying food, water, communications equipment and other emergency supplies landed in the capital. Limited communication links to the kingdom have been re-established. But many outside Tonga are still struggling to contact their whanau and friends. Sarah Robso…
 
It's been another summer without international visitors - the lifeblood for five tourist hotspots. For weeks, operators in Fiordland, South Westland, Queenstown, Mackenzie and Kaikōura geared up to welcome visitors during what is usually the peak season. But did that translate to boots on the ground for businesses? Destination Queenstown's chief ex…
 
It's been another summer without international visitors - the lifeblood for five tourist hotspots. For weeks, operators in Fiordland, South Westland, Queenstown, Mackenzie and Kaikōura geared up to welcome visitors during what is usually the peak season. But did that translate to boots on the ground for businesses? Our Tourism reporter Tess Brunton…
 
Counties Manukau DHB has this morning released a range of projections on just how bad Omicron will hit the Auckland region. Director of Population Health Dr Gary Jackson's findings show case numbers across the region of between 1500- 1800 cases per day by March and April - if an outbreak were to start in February. Cases would drop away to the low h…
 
Urgent planning is underway to ensure Auckland's hospitals can cope with double the number of Covid-19 patients when Omicron starts spreading in the community. This morning they've revealed modelling for how the virus could play out. Middlemore Hospital doctor and modeller Gary Jackson predicts a peak of up to 190 Covid patients in hospital on any …
 
Urgent diplomatic talks are continuing in Europe, as world leaders try to stop a Russian invasion of Ukraine. The US secretary of State Antony Blinken warned again today that if Russian forces crossed the border, the move would be met with a swift, severe, united response. Mr Blinken has been meeting with Western allies - UK, France and Germany - t…
 
This morning Northland has woken up in the orange traffic light setting, after the Government ended its seven week stretch in the restrictive red light setting at midnight. The move comes as the region hits 86 per cent double vaccinated against Covid, with about 6500 jabs to go before they reach the 90 per cent milestone. But not everyone is please…
 
The National Party is not impressed with the Government's plans to manage an outbreak of the Omicron variant of Covid-19. Yesterday, the government urged New Zealanders to prepare for potentially thousands of daily infections once Omicron starts spreading in the community. The National Party leader Christopher Luxon talks to Max Towle.…
 
New Zealanders are being urged to prepare for potentially thousands of daily Covid-19 infections once the Omicron variant starts spreading in the community. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern set out the way ahead at Labour's annual caucus retreat in New Plymouth yesterday, warning the entire country would move into the red light setting within 48 hours…
 
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