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The Smalltalk programming language is not only the first pure object oriented language, but has been the birthplace for many of today's best practices in software development including agile methods, design patterns, unit testing, refactoring and incremental development. In the Smalltalk Reflections podcast, David Buck and Craig Latta guide you through the world of Smalltalk covering topics from basic object oriented principles to software testing, version control and deployment techniques. ...
 
Indie, Alternative, Punk und Elektro am laufenden Band - in Berlin auf UKW 100.6 MHz, auf http://www.fluxfm.de/player als Livestream und über unsere FluxMusic-App http://www.fluxfm.de/fluxmusic/. Keine Kompromisse, kein Smalltalk. Wir inspirieren Menschen, denen Musik wichtig ist, wir kümmern uns um Popkultur, Stadtleben und Netzwelt, und wir verbinden Musiker, Macher und Kreative, on air und online.
 
SmallTalk is a podcast series where we chat about nanotechnology with leading scientists, thinkers, artists, writers, and visionaries, and look at quirky nanoscience stories in the news. Dr. Stephanie Chasteen, of the Exploratorium�??s Teacher Institute, hosts this monthly series.
 
Welcome to F Small Talk! Why should you listen? Well we’re skipping past the weather chit chat and what everyone had for dinner last night and getting right to the good stuff. After 5 years of friendship we’re still learning the little things about each other but early on we went straight to the important details, our journey through vulnerability, privilege, adversity, and much much more. Tune in as we invite top notch guests on to the show to share their amazing stories with us!
 
Dr. Higgs will give you tips on how to get out of annoying smalltalk situations using a topic most people think they know a lot about, but really don't - the human body. You'll be surprised by how many small interesting facts about the body are out there that no one bothered to teach about in school, and because few people know, or rather few people paid attention in class, you can look like a cool kid when you drop some interesting facts about the human body as you slowly back away from tha ...
 
Hello, Guten Tag, bonjour, こんにちは ! Welcome everyone, my name is Chris. This is my podcast for those wanting to learn English where I talk about all things related to or in Standard American English. I’d like to think of this as more of a journey because you never know where it’ll take us. Plus, since the journey’s more important than the end or the start, I hope that you’ll be willing to join me! Let’s see where it takes us ! Tip Sections: https://feeds.transistor.fm/chriss-daily-language-tips
 
This podcast BUSINESS GERMAN will teach you more than surviving in a German office or company. My episodes focus on authentic German to keep you motivated and updated. I am introducing information and will link with selected websites of my choice to guide you online into the German Language and Culture and Life from an intercultural approach. My main focus will be sites plus podcasts of GERMAN MEDIA. BGP published by your Coach of German Peter H Bloecker https://bloecker.blog Cover art photo ...
 
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# Discord Room: Discord: A Journey with Chris and American English Today's episode is about humor and how Germans and American see it differently. I also touch on the problem of things getting lost in translation and why I am convinced that learning culture is harder than learning a language. Announcements: I have been looking for a co-host on my p…
 
Bruce and James have struggled with Gradle for years and Bruce this week blogged about some of his gripes: The Problem with Gradle. This prompted a lengthy response from Cédric Champeau. James has mostly stuck to Java 8 and Bruce is exploring Java 11. Finally, James rants about SemVer for the 3.1.4'th time. Discuss this episode: https://discord.gg/…
 
James, as a Scala "True Believer," talks about his experiences with Kotlin and how they compare to Scala. Then he switches gears to rant about runtime reflection which leads to a deeper conversation about meta-programming and alternatives to runtime reflection. Discuss this episode: https://discord.gg/nPa76qF…
 
Bruce shares exciting news about completing the Atomic Kotlin book. The rest is a mishmash of topics related to newsworthy announcements including Spring Boot Cloud Event support, Serverless + TestContainer + Kubernetes Cassandra support, and Scala ZIO CLI. Discuss this episode: https://discord.gg/nPa76qF…
 
The sixty-ninth episode is finally upon us. The Mask makes his return as the ex-hosts converse over discord. Jake is late and has bad takes, Nick is thick and has hidden bad takes, The Mask is in a library parking lot in Arizona, and Eduardo is eating chicken alfredo and teleporting to different conversations. Who cares we’re all in our comfort zon…
 
UP-TO-DATE ON YOUR AUSTRALIAN CHRISTMAS TRIVIA? Well you certainly will be after this festive and VERY educational episode of That Classical Podcast. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays everyone! Enjoy! Little bits and pieces you might want to know about... Here's where you can hear all the music from all the episodes: https://open.spotify.com/playl…
 
Ed plugs his new show, Jake plugs his not new show that gets a resurgence. Sleepy Jake and Sleepy Joe are compared as the hot election is going on mid-show. Ed reveals his love for The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. We are affirmed how awful America is. follow Jake on Instagram @jabronijake and listen to Couch Podtaters follow Ed on instagram @dustykubri…
 
Python usage surpasses Java to second place on the Tiobe Index (behind C). Is developer productivity the primary driver? We then switch gears to talk about the concept of "Making Illegal States Unrepresentable" where James continues his crusade against the Builder Pattern. Discuss this episode: https://discord.gg/nPa76qF…
 
In this week's episode, I want to talk about what exactly General American English is. A potential response might be "well, the dialect of English that is spoken within the United States of America." While yes, your answer would be technically correct, it is lacking and thus leaves a lot to be desired. Over the past couple of weeks, we have been ta…
 
Our friend Joey Gibson joins us to talk about Smalltalk, the well known grandfather of Object Oriented Programming. James is assigned some homework to get a Smalltalk web app running on Google Cloud Run, which he did (after recording). Check out the source: https://github.com/jamesward/hello-pharo Discuss this episode: https://discord.gg/nPa76qF…
 
In this week's episode, I want to talk about multilingualism in the U.S, the languages that I personally speak and how I go about maintaining those languages. The purpose of this episode is to give you a better understanding of my linguistic background and current linguistic situation. Also, I hope that if our situations are similar, then it might …
 
We start off discussing what the future of programming might be... Can developers stop thinking about resource limitations? Can we make the "right path" easy? Then we dive into Inner Source and the organizational & cultural challenges with adopting it. Discuss this episode: https://discord.gg/nPa76qF…
 
NEED MORE HARMONICA IN YOUR LIFE? WELL, YOU'VE COME TO THE RIGHT PLACE. Yes, whether you like it or not, the harmonica makes a very special appearance in this sparkly new episode of That Classical Podcast, starring alongside Australian fables, Argentinian cowboys, and Sascha's bizarre driving habits. Enjoy! Little bits and pieces you might want to …
 
Speaking from personal experience, I know that it is tempting to stay in the walled garden that is learner material, but it is not something that will help you advance in the long run. Now, it does go without saying that you have to learn how to crawl before you can walk, and walk before you can run. The sooner you start familiarizing yourself with…
 
We start off talking about Cloud Native Buildpacks and Containers which of-course leads to James trying to explain Kubernetes. Then we dive into what "Happy Path Programming" means and how, while the term is somewhat derogatory, it is what we ultimately want. We end with a discussion about Bruce's recent explorations into Rust and gRPC. Discuss thi…
 
In the last couple of episodes we talked about how to use the history of a language as a language learning tool, the different stages of English and the French influence on the English language. This time, to be more true to the podcast, I want to talk a little bit about dialects. It should come as a surprise to no one that there are different dial…
 
In the last episode, we talked about the history of English; Old, Middle and Early Modern English. Now, I also touched on the fact French had a great deal of influence on English, but I did not go into detail about what that exactly means. Well, in this episode, I want to expand upon that a bit. It should be noted that French, just like English, ha…
 
In this episode, I want to focus on a short history of the English language. You may wonder "What does history of the language have to do with language learning ?" Well, quite a lot actually! It is only by knowing where we have come from that we can know where we are going. In my language learning journey, I have not only found it fascinating to le…
 
Today, I have a special introduction for this podcast. I have a couple of Japanese listeners and I’d therefore like to have a Japanese introduction as well. If you don’t speak Japanese or don’t want to hear the Japanese, feel free to skip ahead. The majority of this podcast, with the exception of the following introduction, will be in English and i…
 
We begin by talking about personal developer productivity but then expand the scope to "collective" / team productivity. This leads us to grapple with some challenging ideas around Agile, non-violent communication, organization structures, diversity, and inclusion. Discuss this episode: https://discord.gg/nPa76qF…
 
I want to talk about a couple of differences between my home country, the U.S, and Germany, the country in which I currently reside. I do realize that this is a topic that has been covered extensively by others, but I do also feel as if though more perspectives couldn't hurt. I would also like to think that I might be able to provide a different ou…
 
JUST TAKE IT FROM US - YOU DON'T WANT TO BORROW ANY MEDITATION TIPS FROM MASSENET. Find out why in this extra hot episode of That Classical Podcast, featuring desert nunneries, creepy opera dudes, and plenty of large juicy musical gold nuggets. Enjoy! Little bits and pieces you might want to know about... Here's where you can hear all the music fro…
 
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