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The Sourcegraph Podcast is a new show about developer tools and their creators. It can sometimes feel like a full-time job just staying on top of the latest libraries, frameworks, plugins, extensions, CLI tools, and developer apps. We want to help you do that, by giving you a window into the minds of some of the best and brightest people working at the forefront of developer productivity. You'll hear from dev tool company founders, open-source authors, and developer efficiency leaders inside ...
 
A bi-weekly interview podcast with talented music folks in Nashville, TN. Join host Matt Burrill as he talks with artists, singer-songwriters and musicians in the country music world. Hear stories of the come up, the grind and what a day in the life of someone in Country Music looks like plus off the wall questions and discussions you won't find anywhere else!
 
Being a worship leader is hard. There’s an ongoing spiritual and musical responsibility that is not to be taken on by the faint of heart. The purpose behind this podcast is to empower, equip, and journey with worship leaders and musicians by uncovering the heart behind worship and how to best serve the local church. In these weekly episodes, we’ll discover new ideas, tips, and ways to encourage your team to be the best.
 
This podcast is for everyone interested in discovering how to get the most out of their talents. Our goal to find folks from all walks of life who have turned their career into something they love. So many of us have a side hustle and many have even turned that into our main hustle. We will share experiences, provide inspiration and lessons learned with each other and make everyone successful. We are dedicated to encouraging and teaching you to leverage your interests or find ones you didn't ...
 
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Gabe Tzeghai, Ph.D. is co-founder and CEO of Summit Innovation Labs, the maker of OptiCel. He is also an elected member of the prestigious United States National Academy, Bio Medical Engineering Division, for improving global health through inventions, development and commercialization of critical health care products. His leadership experiences in…
 
Abolish the Olympics? Gia Lappe, an organizer with NOlympics LA, joins DOOMED with Matt Binder to discuss the problematic history of the Olympics, what the games do to its host countries, this year's Tokyo games and the pandemic, and the NOlympics LA movement. Also a BONUS for freebie listeners, Matt's investigation into how a bizarre lie about AOC…
 
In this episode of Dubb’s podcast, “Connection Loop”, Dubb’s Founder, Ruben Dua (@rubendua) meets with Marty Bickford. Topics explored include: #Sales #Marketing #Business Listen to more episodes here (dubb.com/cl-podcast). The story continues on dubb.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/connection-loop-dubb/message…
 
It’s so easy to allow our worship to be determined by if we feel like it or not. But regardless of desire, we are called to a steadfast pursuit. There’s something beautiful about when our worship comes from the place of resolve. Today’s conversation with Matt Gilman & Melody Noel from Influence Music is all about what it looks like to worship when …
 
In this episode of Dubb’s podcast, “Connection Loop”, Dubb’s Founder, Ruben Dua (@rubendua) meets with Ian Moyse. Topics explored include: #Sales #PersonalBranding #Marketing Listen to more episodes here (dubb.com/cl-podcast). The story continues on dubb.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/connection-loop-dubb/message…
 
This week on the podcast we are joined by Luke Van Der Veer to discuss how he was able to turn his talent for online search into a lead selling business. Luke breaks down his process of teaching 9-5'ers how to kill their jobs by generating leads for local businesses using Rank & Rent SEO. If you're not familiar, the process is pretty simple: Identi…
 
Zachary Petrizzo of Salon joins DOOMED with Matt Binder to discuss what happened at the big conservative summer conference, CPAC 2021: America UnCanceled in Dallas, Texas. We discuss what's with all these right wing events happening in Dallas, Nick Fuentes and the groypers invasion, the "best" and worst of CPAC, and Zach's time with MyPillow Guy Mi…
 
Gen-Z, the first generation “raised by social media” is no longer just sitting in the pews. They are leaders in congregations, organizations, & in different spheres all around. So, what do they long for from the older generations? In today’s episode, we talk with Anne Wilson, whose songs are being sung in churches all around the world, about what s…
 
For the final segment of our three-part series on developer onboarding, we chat with our very own Jean du Plessis, director of engineering at Sourcegraph. Jean talks about the role checklists can play in onboarding, why context is king for coders, how to facilitate context transfer, and how software engineering can seem like one part adventure, one…
 
In this episode, we cover part two of our series on developer onboarding with Limor Bergman. Limor's career spans many storied companies: she's been an engineering manager at Sun Microsystems and VMware, director of engineering of DigitalOcean's cloud computing division, and is now the director of mentorship at PowerToFly where she helps women in t…
 
(Note: Because host Jared Holt is traveling, his audio quality on this episode is less than normal episodes. He’ll be back in his home studio in August.) Salon reporter Zachary Petrizzo joins SH!TPOST to share observations from his weekend covering CPAC’s 2021 summer gathering in Dallas, Texas. Petrizzo describes the scenes in the conservative move…
 
This week we welcome Jaden Moore to the podcast. At just 17 Year old, the entrepreneur and businessman from Fayetteville, Ohio has grown his side hustle into a future main hustle. Right now his focus is on shooting weddings, commercials and photo's but has his sites set on larger social media projects for bigger businesses. He is sure to inspire ou…
 
Michael Edison Hayden of the Southern Poverty Law Center joins DOOMED with Matt Binder to discuss Twitter's relationships with the far right, specifically their connections with CEO Jack Dorsey. We take a look at right wing figures such as Mike Cernovich, Nick Fuentes, Jack Posobiec, and Tim Pool and how they've flourished on Twitter. Also, looking…
 
As a worship team we exist to facilitate moments of encounter with the congregation and groups we’re leading. This is obviously a very spiritual task, but there’s a lot of practical things that go into seeing these moments take place. Hillsong UNITED is not only known for 20+ years of incredible songs of encounter, but also for facilitating powerfu…
 
This week we continue the conversation about music with Brandon Holt, who grew up in the Church of God and Pentecostal movement. Brandon opens up about his personal story, call to ministry, and philosophy of worship. We dive deep into the music controversy by answering some listener questions about contemporary Christian music, bands like Bethel an…
 
In this episode, we are joined by the side hustler and author of Gigworker, Brett Helling. He specializes in building, growing, and maintaining successful websites. He has worked in the rideshare space since 2014, when he left corporate America behind and started driving for Uber and Lyft in Omaha, Nebraska. Because he loves the freedom and flexibi…
 
Why are so many online influencers promoting alternative cryptocurrency known as altcoins, memecoins, and shitcoins? Matt Binder takes a look at what's going on with the social media celebrities and livestreaming superstars who are pushing altcoins, why they're doing it, the shady marketing tactics and outright scams and ponzi schemes, and breaks d…
 
You have a unique skillset that aligns with a specific purpose that God’s placed on your life. 99% of the time gifting & calling are directly connected. Sometimes the only way to figure out what that is, is by going after things that prove to not be right. Whatever the journey looks like though, it’s so important to have people around us constantly…
 
Political Research Associates research analyst Ben Lorber joins SH!TPOST for a conversation about the status of white nationalist movements in the United States six months after President Joe Biden was sworn into office. This episode will explain a particular branch of white nationalism growing popular with younger conservative audiences and gainin…
 
After a really long pause, Luke and Goody are back to talk offseason and in the spirit of hot temperatures in the PNW, talking hot takes for the upcoming season by position. As usual, strategy is discussed. Has the value for Trey Sermon and Michael Carter gone off the rails? Check out the pod for more. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm…
 
We're kicking off a new season of the Sourcegraph podcast with a three-part series discussing how engineering leaders onboard new teammates. First up is a guest from season one, Ryan Djurovich, DevOps Manager at Xero, one of the largest accounting software companies in the world. He talks about how to strike the right balance between autonomy and c…
 
JC, Brian, and Nate sit down with Chris McClarney and Kelsey Bolton to continue the discussion on how Christians view music. Chris is a successful Contemporary Christian Artist, songwriter, and full-time worship leader at a local church in Nashville. Kelsey, aka Brian Edwards' daughter, leads worship at Hope Church Danville. This is a meaningful co…
 
Sergio Muñoz, policy director at Media Matters, joins DOOMED with Matt Binder to discuss Critical Race Theory and the right wing campaign against it. Muñoz explains what Critical Race Theory really is and how conservatives are using it as it's latest bogeyman, the role of think tanks in pushing these talking points, Tucker Carlson takes the CRT out…
 
Ryan Kolbe is a man of big dreams. After working in the ad agency world most of his career he packed things up, rented his home in Cincinnati and headed wet to pursue his acting dreams in Los Angeles. As many actors, Ryan worked many side hustles and even as a general manager at a bar. Ryan wore many hats such as money management, inventory and ord…
 
On Monday, Steven Crowder was set to debate Ethan Klein of H3H3, But, Klein had a surprise for Crowder...Sam Seder, whom Crowder has been trying to avoid for years after pulling out of a scheduled debate at Politicon. Matt Binder breaks down the entire saga, as well as watches the premiere of the video live on the stream. (This episode is from a BO…
 
It’s been over a year since the murder of George Floyd. And in the wake, when you look at all the things you said you’d implement and prioritize, did you follow through? This isn’t something that only some are called to either. All Kingdom people are called to actively & consistently defend the oppressed. So now that we’re over a year from when so …
 
One of the best things about buying something on the Internet is that you can do a near-limitless amount of research. Yet while things like online reviews are usually beneficial for consumers, they can be more difficult for business owners. All business owners want positive online reviews, but they need to be reliable and credible reviews. So how c…
 
No matter what business that you are in, you have to constantly think about how you are finding new customers. What works today may not necessarily work tomorrow (just look at the cold call). So as we enter the latter half of 2021, how can we be more effective sales prospectors and build profitable relationships that last? In this episode of Connec…
 
JC, Brian, and Nate tackle the controversial topic of Music in this much anticipated episode. This has been a favorite soapbox for fundamentalism throughout the decades and the RFP hosts are interested in seeing how the things that they were taught line up with Scripture. There are some incredible moments in this episode, including a lot of singing…
 
This week we welcome Cassie Hirtle to talk about how you can make cooking a side hustle. We always want to bring our listeners new and actionable ideas and virtual kitchen brands is no exception. We all have that one go-to dinner recipe that is a crowd pleaser but easy to make. Imagine being able to turn that recipe into supplemental income, or a f…
 
We live in a society Joining SH!TPOST is P.R. guy, writer, and Joker-meme enthusiast Ed Zitron, who wrote a fantastic essay this week that confronts the ways newsrooms have failed to respond to bad-faith internet harassment campaigns against their reporters made in service of right-wing political causes. Major outlets still have no real answer to t…
 
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