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Watt It Takes tells the stories of founders that are making our zero-carbon future a reality — their upbringings, their risks, their failures, and their breakthroughs that are transforming our world. Hosted by Powerhouse Founder & CEO Emily Kirsch. New episodes released every month.
 
Doth Protest Too Much is a podcast on church history and the development of Protestant theology over the past several centuries. It is hosted by Rev. Andrew Christiansen and features interviews and discussions with scholars, ministers, authors, and anyone who contributes to the ongoing discussion of theology as handed down historically. We can be listened to on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, YouTube, & more. Follow us on Twitter @MuchDoth & Instagram @doth.protest.too.much
 
VMware, a global leader in cloud infrastructure and digital workspace technology, accelerates digital transformation by enabling unprecedented freedom and flexibility in how our customers build and evolve IT environments. With VMware solutions, organizations are improving business agility by modernizing data centers and integrating public clouds, driving innovation with modern apps, creating exceptional experiences by empowering the digital workspace, and safeguarding customer trust by trans ...
 
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Austria's Eurovision scout Eberhard Forcher discusses his approach to helping ORF choose its Eurovision artists. Eberhard takes us through the internal selection process for each of the ESC acts he has been involved in choosing in some capacity -- Zoe, Nathan Trent, Cesar Sampson, Paenda, and Vincent Bueno. There's also a lot of tea about choosing …
 
(Your host enjoys using the umlaut function for this episode!) Who is Eberhard Jüngel? Dr. Dave Nelson joins the podcast to discuss a significant and interesting 20th-century German theologian who is sometimes overlooked in the 'Anglosphere'. Tune in to this episode learn more about Jüngel, his commentary on secularization, his relationship to the …
 
Dr. Thomas Power joins the podcast to discuss his longtime interests and work in apocalyptic thought in church history- especially in regard to the Church of Ireland in the 19th century. Tune in to learn about how multiple societal and political factors led to an apocalyptic fervor and revival of millennialist thought in the church- in ways that we…
 
There are a lot of nuances to the way people perceive our warming planet. But media coverage of the issue is often catastrophic, scientifically dense, or framed exclusively around politics. So how do we talk about climate in a way that resonates across diverse groups of people? That's what our guest, Alex Blumberg, kept asking himself. Alex is an a…
 
The retail industry has just been through one of the most tumultuous years in its history. Across the world, the COVID-19 pandemic has forced retailers to adapt to an extraordinary set of trading conditions. What lessons were learned? How will the experiences of 2020 equip the industry to face the challenges of a post-COVID-19 world?…
 
Life inside the Eurovision 2021 hotel in Rotterdam wasn't always easy. But Bulgaria's VICTORIA used the time to develop new music. One result is "THE WORST" -- her first new song release since the song contest. VICTORIA says: "I will be honest. The months after Eurovision were challenging. However, 'The Worst' is an inspiring song that we created w…
 
This is a re-upload of our second episode, Rev. Andrew Christiansen discusses natural theology and its sub-topic of natural law. We cover many years and many figures in this episode: Athanasius, Gregory of Nyssa, Martin Luther, John Calvin, Richard Hooker and more! There is no guest tonight, we just had some free time and some paid for podcast hour…
 
Montenegro returns to Eurovision in 2022. As the country plans to select its artist and singer for Torino, we pick our Top 3 ESC acts from Montenegro. The artists that have represented Montenegro are... 2007: Stevan Faddy "'Ajde, kroči" 2008: Stefan Filipović "Zauvijek volim te" 2009: Andrea Demirović "Just Get Out of My Life" 2012: Rambo Amadeus "…
 
Tyler Colvard, PharmD. Clinical Pediatric Pharmacist, UNC Health. BS Psych. Pharmaceutical Advisor at ConsenSys Health. Sports lover. Big UNC fan. •Introduction to Tyler's background and career trajectory •What drove you to the healthcare world and specifically why pharmacy?•How does your academic research experience influence your perspectives in …
 
Evangelism starts with what Christ has done (and is doing) for you that you cannot do for yourself. This was the insight (though not original- it's biblical) that Rev. Andrew came to upon his reflection of the fantastic recent EFAC-USA conference in Dallas, TX. EFAC stands for Evangelical Fellowship in the Anglican Communion. The theme of the confe…
 
This is a replay of our very first episode. Join Rev. Andrew and Dr. Jack Kilcrease for a discussion on Thomas Aquinas' influence on Protestantism, in particular the era of theology known as "Protestant scholasticism" or "Protestant orthodoxy". Dr. Kilcrease clarifies some misconceptions about Protestant scholasticism and also offers a way that we …
 
The United States recently surpassed 100 gigawatts of installed solar capacity, enough to power nearly 20 million homes. But to decarbonize the power grid by 2035 and meet growing demand, the Department of Energy estimates that we'll need 1,000 gigawatts of solar capacity, providing 40% of the nation's electricity in just 15 years. That means, on a…
 
Eurovision 2013 winner Emmelie de Forest is back with the new single "Typical Love Song" — an interpolation of Alphaville's 1984 hit "Big in Japan." In this English-language interview, she tells our Rick about working on the song during the pandemic and making the music video with her boyfriend. She also touches on the difficulties of singing in Da…
 
The BBC is collaborating with UK music agency TaP Music to find the United Kingdom's Eurovision 2022 act and song. Ben Mawson, the company's co-founder, is a powerful figure in the music industry with his ear to the ground and big ambitions. The company represents artists, producers and songwriters, including Dua Lipa, Ellie Goulding, and Lana Del …
 
Eurovision 2022 has confirmed 41 participating countries. Armenia and Montenegro are returning. Turkey is staying away. American Eurovision fan William reacts. Eurovision 2022 – 41 confirmed participating countries 🇦🇱 Albania – RTSH 🇦🇲 Armenia – AMPTV 🇦🇺 Australia – SBS 🇦🇹 Austria – ORF 🇦🇿 Azerbaijan – Ictimai TV 🇧🇪 Belgium – RTBF 🇧🇬 Bulgaria – BNT…
 
Martin Luther? The Book of Revelation? How could this episode NOT be good? Tune in to explore not only Luther's relationship to a book that has long fascinated people, but the development of the apocalyptic tenor to Luther's thought and the shift of attitude that he had toward this book. Shownotes: *The works from Luther referred to in the episode …
 
On today’s show, Eric Nielsen and David Jasso talk with David Gehringer. David is a co-founder of Dimensional Research, a well-known market research firm that specializes in understanding the trends affecting the technology landscape. David has recently completed a major research study for VMware focused on understanding where organizations are in …
 
Lesley Roy wrote "I'll Be Fine" in Rotterdam, just days after being eliminated from the Semi-Finals of Eurovision 2021. The "Maps" singer tells us about that experience backstage at the Indigo at the London O2. Lesley has been touring the UK and Ireland with Boyzlife -- that's Brian McFadden & Keith Duffy. She tells us why she closes her set with h…
 
Dr. Eberhard Scheuer is the founder and the President of the Board of Directors at dHealth foundation and has been a pioneer in using blockchain in the healthcare field. Eberhard holds a Ph.D. in psychology and views healthcare always from the patient’s point of view. He has been a researcher, lecturer, therapist, digital health entrepreneur, and n…
 
Dr. Jack Kilcrease joins us again on Doth Protest Too Much! What a fascinating conversation we had on the theological (and Christological) differences between Reformers Martin Luther and Ulrich Zwingli, especially in regard to the Holy Eucharist. Jack also weighs in on what he liked about the Netflix series Midnight Mass. Dr. Kilcrease is a Luthera…
 
Announcing VMware Cloud on AWS Outposts Availability- Bringing VMware Cloud's agility and innovation to your data center. In this episode, VMware experts will talk about what is this service, key use cases, what are key differentiators as compared to other options, what's under the hood, order flow process and much more.For further questions, reach…
 
Fr. Isaac Rehberg from the podcast Miserable Offenders, a podcast on theology and culture from an Anglican perspective, joins us again on Doth Protest Too Much! This time, we had a fun discussion on recent books that we had read (not books that necessarily came out recently, but that we read recently). I won't put all the books in the show notes as…
 
Ninety percent of Americans want to see more renewable energy on the grid. But two-thirds of them can't directly access wind and solar — because they don't own their rooftop, can't afford the upfront cost, or can't get it from their monopoly utility. That’s where our guest, Arcadia Founder & CEO Kiran Bhatraju, comes in. “We started Arcadia to give…
 
What is 'liberal theology'? Is it an umbrella term? Is it something that denotes something specific? It is certainly a "charged" term that elicits different responses amongst Christian theologians and scholars. Dr. Roger E. Olson joins Rev. Andrew on this podcast to discuss what he terms as 'real' liberal theology, or, the Liberal Theological Tradi…
 
In this episode, VMware experts talked about our newly achieved FedRAMP High Authorization for VMware Cloud on AWS GovCloud (US) and what it means for VMware and our public sector customers. We also shared an overview of VMware Cloud on AWS GovCloud (US) service, use cases we’ve seen from Fed and SLED organizations, and the work we have done with o…
 
Larry Pang is the head of business development and marketing at IoTeX. IoTeX’s mission is to enable a borderless ecosystem where humans and machines can interact with guaranteed trust, free will, and privacy. IoTeX built the first consumer grade indoor security camera that uses blockchain to secure its users data. It’s called Ucam and anyone can bu…
 
Jérémie Makiese will sing for Belgium at Eurovision 2022. We react to the news. The winner of The Voice Belgique, he was internally picked by French-language broadcaster RTBF. Born in Antwerp to Congolese parents, he speaks both Dutch and French. He's also an avid footballer: He's signed a one year deal as a goalkeeper with Excelsior Virton in D1B.…
 
In our English-language interview with Luka Cruysberghs, the Belgian star talks about her new single "Not Too Late" and its stunning music video. She also discusses her win on The Voice Belgium, joining Hooverphonic (and later being kicked out), and her thoughts on both Eurovision 2020 and 2021. She also reveals what her performance of "Release Me"…
 
Why does the UK have such poor Eurovision results of late? Well the British press love to say that Europe hates us. The latest example? The Mail on Sunday claiming that BMG and other big labels are boycotting the BBC and refusing to send acts to Eurovision 2022 because of a perceived anti-British bias. While record labels may be nervous owing to a …
 
Hurricane — Serbia's Eurovision 2021 singers — tell our Cinan that they came down with Post Eurovision Depression after Rotterdam. Sanja jokes that life is boring now, but the ladies are most definitely keeping busy! Cinan asks when they will release their new album. They spoke at Music Week Belgrade on September 4.…
 
The Eurovision 2022 rules will allow pre-recorded backing vocals following a trial run in Rotterdam. Previously, the EBU said the inclusion of recorded backing vocals were to help the contest become more sustainable by reducing costs and allowing delegations to travel to the song contest with fewer people. But some fans worry Eurovision is moving a…
 
Kordel France is the co-founder and CEO of Seekar Technologies, which is a AI and blockchain startup seeking to advanced computer vision technology for medical imaging, among other use cases. He is a machine learning engineer with experience in computer vision, augmented reality, GPS, autonomous systems, and optics. Published multiple products in a…
 
When it comes to climate tech companies, there's only one name that's known around the world: Tesla. Tesla has arguably been the defining climate tech success story of the 21st century, driving demand for electric vehicles and becoming one of the world's most valuable companies. When people think of the person behind Tesla, they think of Elon Musk.…
 
On today’s multi-cloud podcast, Eric Nielsen and David Jasso talk with Jeff Eberhard, a solution architect for Oracle Cloud VMware Solution. Jeff has been on the show before when he was a solution architect at VMware focused on VMware Cloud on AWS. Since that time Jeff has joined Oracle and now is helping our joint customers build out their hybrid …
 
Rev. Andrew realized that he had been reading nothing but theology for the past 11 years of his life and decided it can't be unhealthy to take a break. In this episode, frequent guest Stephen Burnett, and our friend Michael Mazur joining us for the first time, sit down to talk about recent books they've read over the summer that are not related (or…
 
Jhonatan Bringas Dimitriades, MD is an executive who works with technologists, developers, medical professionals and patients to deliver the right digital and technical solutions to enhance the diagnosis, treatment, recovery and quality of life of patients around the globe. Personal Website: https://jhonatanbringas.com/Company Website: lapsihealth.…
 
Jimmy Chunga is talking with vRealize Automation’s Technical Marketing Director Chris McClanahan about what VMware Cloud really is vs. private, hybrid, and public clouds. They also talk about how vRealize Automation makes automating this vast environment easy through a unified cloud operating model.To learn more about the VMware Cloud operating mod…
 
Eurovision 2021 was filled with jury and televote surprises...and other shocking results. We review our Top Eurovision Crimes. We reference incidents involving Italy's Måneskin, Croatia's Albina, and more...DO NOT SCROLL DOWN unless you want to see spoilers and timestamps. 1:06 The Semi-Final 1 jury show in-ear disaster. 4:23 San Marino’s low resul…
 
There's a race going on to build the next generation of energy storage technologies using gravity, chemicals, or heat to store clean electricity for long periods of time. And that's where our guest, Ramya Swaminathan, comes in. Ramya is the CEO of a company called Malta. Malta is building an electro-chemical battery that converts renewable electric…
 
“There is a well-defined and generally recognized Wisconsin type of churchmanship.”- said Fr. Fayette Durlin. This episode explores that history as well as the history of the Oxford Movement, its underlying theology, and more. A few years back, Rev. Andrew spent a lot of time researching this and is presenting it on the episode of this podcast. Sho…
 
Gregory Saive is an experienced software developer from Belgium who uses the NEM blockchain platform to develop various dapps including an online game called PacNem. He spent time as Head Foundation Developer at NEM. Gregory is founder and CEO of UBC.Digital which publishes content for blockchain developers. He's also the blockchain lead at D Healt…
 
Hear what the community has in store for VMworld 2021. Register for free: https://bit.ly/35u4uXLPodcast #564 - vSphere Mobile Client - Access vSphere Anytime, Anywhere, Any Device with Sivakarthi S - Senior Member of Technical Staff, Tihomir Mateev - Staff 1CPBU Client & Manikandan A - Manikandan AEngineering Manager User InterfaceLearn more here: …
 
Over the past four years, we’ve interviewed 40 incredible founders and CEOs on Watt It Takes. Our guests have inspired emerging and established leaders across the industry. And each one of these conversations has helped Emily on her own founder journey. With that in mind, in this episode of Watt It Takes, we’re turning the mic around to tell Emily’…
 
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