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The Algorithms + Data Structures = Programs Podcast (aka ADSP: The Podcast) is a programming podcast hosted by two NVIDIA software engineers that focuses on the C++ and Rust programming languages. Topics discussed include algorithms, data structures, programming languages, latest news in tech and more. The podcast was initially inspired by Magic Read Along. Feel free to follow us on Twitter at @adspthepodcast.
 
Hi there, I'm Jocelyn Seamer. Teacher, former school leader, author, and all around cheerleader for teachers everywhere. Learning to read and write is a matter of social justice. Every child deserves to learn through evidence informed practices, and every teacher deserves to be fully supported to make that happen.The Structured Literacy Podcast goes beyond the program to get to the heart of what it's really like to build a structured approach to literacy across the school.
 
The No Structure Podcast was created back in 2018 as a way for friends to speak about maneuvering through life and to laugh at all the insane happenings of the world. Fast forward to today and more than a 100 episodes later, Ty and Zac have morphed the platform into something that is uniquely them. By combining natural curiosity with a plethora of jokes and analysis the guys are embarking on a brand new chapter. Join the guys as they embrace the chaos of the world and show why they are in fa ...
 
Stay current with the latest news on the settlement industry, nationwide litigation, trends in the legal and insurance industries and everything in between with Ringler Radio™, the award-winning podcast series from Ringler. Join our hosts Phil Krause and Matt Ross as they welcome accomplished professionals and discuss topics ranging from current noteworthy cases, Medicare Set-Asides, workers compensation, 468B trusts, long-term disabilities, mediation, structuring settlements in large and sm ...
 
Control Structure is a podcast about computer science, IT news, stories, opinions, tips, and tricks for programmers, testers, administrators of all types and more, for fun or for profit hosted by Andrew Bailey and guests. And also some other things, just because they are cool
 
The Structure My Streams Podcast is hosted by Erica H-Vincent, Serial Entrepreneur and RE Investor. Erica has been an authority in the entrepreneurialship space for over 10 years helping ambition service-based entrepreneurs create systems and processes to help them sell and scale their services with ease. Erica has an unique ability to see, strategize, and structure income growth opportunities. The goal for this podcast is to leave listeners with actionable steps that are easy to digest and ...
 
The world is always looking for a better way to manage their content, to design something new and just be plain awesome on the web. Collectively, we’re here to say - look no further. You should be using Squarespace. That’s what Content, Structure & Style is all about.
 
Fantasy Fiction & Novel Writing for Authors in Training Are you a mom of an avid reader with an active imagination? Do you want to nurture your child’s creativity, but you’re not sure how to help him turn his fantasy world into a quality story others can enjoy? Do you want your child to learn from a Christian author you can trust to teach storytelling from a Biblical worldview? Then welcome to Published Before College, the podcast with short and entertaining shows for authors in training. Th ...
 
What determines the concept of "Self"? Host Aubrey Stark-Miller takes an in-depth look at our social and physical environments and how they contribute to the creation of "self" and influence our mental and physical health. Shortly after deciding to stop drinking alcohol, Aubrey began asking questions, analyzing personal and peer experiences, and delving into the sciences behind human behavior. This podcast hopes to offer insight and shift the listener’s perspective on what factors influence ...
 
The SMSF Strategy series is hosted by Chris Reed from Business Concepts Group (BCG). The eight-part podcast series covers key areas involved in having a Self Managed Super Fund including Fund Structure, property investing, Gearing, the family super Fund, Tax planning and Estate Planning. SMSF’s are becoming more and more popular but many Funds operate at a basic level. This series looks at helping trustees take their SMSFs to the next level and maximise the benefits of the SMSF. Chris also h ...
 
It was here in Oxford, in the 1600s, that great minds such as Hooke, Boyle, Willis and Wren laid the foundations of modern experimental science. Like their famous forebears, today's Oxford scientists continue to undertake world-leading research: making fundamental new discoveries and applying cutting-edge knowledge to the major societal and technological challenges of the day. The research happening right now in the Department of Chemistry is uniquely poised to have a major impact on everyth ...
 
1) It Fosters Consistency Every marketer seeks consistency with her company’s story. If customers do not hear the same narrative every time they learn about your business, it can lead to confusion and doubt. Doubt leads customers to your competitors. Southwest Airlines, for example, doesn’t have a brand story; it has a brand attitude. The airline’s team members—from flight attendants to ticket agents—are pleasant and genuine in trying to help customers, and they generally make it easy to do ...
 
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Want to get a book written but feel you don’t have enough time between school and sports and family obligations? Or maybe you’ve already done the school thing and now have a job that doesn’t leave you with much time for passion projects like book writing. Or maybe you listened to episode 40 and have scheduled yourself some writing practices, but yo…
 
Ryan Carey of My 3 Quotes joins us for another week to discuss which type of window is the best. Tessa asks about low emissivity or low-E windows and the layers of coating. Ryan explains its effect on houses, the light, and the heat that comes into the house, especially in the winter. He discusses the cost of double and triple-pane windows as well …
 
Welcome to the Creating Structure Podcast #37, with John Gordon, Simulation/Thermal Operations Manager at NCTL, and current Board Chairman of NFRC. John is a lifelong resident of Pennsylvania. Working in the fenestration and thermal analysis area for the last 8 years, John spent 20 years in Information Technology and information Systems before maki…
 
Welcome to Episode 108 of the No Structure Podcast!!!Join the most structureless podcast in the world for their first episode of the New Year! The guys are talking New Years resolutions, Project Bluebeam, what we'd like to see in 2023, Tys car fetish, love making in movies and MUCH MORE. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast and if you want to watc…
 
In this episode I explore the issue of 'going rogue'. Usually, this means going your own way or teaching in a way that is contrary to your school's approach. There are many reasons that someone goes rogue including overwhelm, a sense of ownership over teaching or a fundamental, philosophical mismatch between them and their school. This episode answ…
 
Hey, friend! It’s fantasy fiction Friday, so I have another chapter of The Dragon Collector coming your way. Now one of the great things about writing fantasy is that you get to make up what the places look and feel like as well as strange characters or creatures that live in your world. And no one can tell you that it’s not “realistic” because acc…
 
In this episode, Conor and Bryce discuss the C++23 solution to the problem Max Gap. Link to Episode 115 on Website Dicuss this episode, leave a comment, or ask a question (on GitHub) Twitter ADSP: The Podcast Conor Hoekstra Bryce Adelstein Lelbach Show Notes Date Recorded: 2023-02-01 Date Released: 2023-02-03 Combinatory Logic Collection Oriented P…
 
Want to know what sets writers apart from ordinary people? Sneezes. Ordinary people sneeze, accept a kind “bless you,” and move on. A writer sneezes, has a crazy “what if?” thought, then turns the answer to that question into a book. That’s exactly what happened to today’s guest. I don’t want to spoil the fun of her book’s origin story, but I do en…
 
Ryan Carey discusses the sales process of window companies and the mind-game tactics they use. Reuben and Ryan also reminisce about Department Supervisor Training from Home Depot, where they learned how to deal with different types of customers. Reuben inquires about the important stuff to understand and look for when choosing a window. Ryan discus…
 
The idea of The Structured Literacy Bus occurred to me a few years ago. It was the idea that we're all moving in the same direction, that everybody is welcome and that we are part of a network of primary teachers and leaders committed to advocating for the right of every child to be taught to read with evidence-informed teaching practice. But what …
 
Image by Marjan Blan How often have you prepared for a job interview by articulating your weaknesses? Apparently describing yourself as an empathic sponge who absorbs all the moods and emotions of the classroom is not the best self-promotional strategy when applying for an academic job. In this episode we explore interviews as discursive practices …
 
How often have you prepared for a job interview by articulating your weaknesses? Apparently describing yourself as an empathic sponge who absorbs all the moods and emotions of the classroom is not the best self-promotional strategy when applying for an academic job. In this episode we explore interviews as discursive practices that require us, as M…
 
In this episode, Conor and Bryce talk to Barry Revzin about Rust, Val, Carbon, ChatGPT, error propagation in C++26 and more! Link to Episode 114 on Website Twitter ADSP: The Podcast Conor Hoekstra Bryce Adelstein Lelbach About the Guest Barry Revzin is a senior C++ developer at Jump Trading in Chicago. After programming for many years, he got reall…
 
The idea of video growth hacking - making video simple and easy to create and distribute - has been around for years, yet too many partners still have not adopted video as much as they wish or should. To hear the reasons why video continues to be a challenge for partners, as well as insights about how to jumpstart a robust video strategy, please li…
 
Hey, friend! Do you struggle to find time to write because you're busy doing all the things that come with being a responsible, well-balanced teen or young adult? I struggle to find time to write as an adult. In order to maintain my sanity and stay healthy, I also need to make time to study my Bible, workout, hang with the fam, and have fun. Oh, an…
 
Reuben and Tessa advise looking for a good, competent, and qualified contractor by getting help from trained and certified professionals through Building Performance Institute (BPI Contractor and Test Center Locator | Building Performance Institute, Inc.). Tessa highlights that a good contractor should discuss air sealing, attic bypasses, and attic…
 
One of the most common questions asked in Facebook groups about literacy instruction is, is this a Science of Reading resource? It's a question that usually ends up with a variety of answers ranging from, no, don't touch it to, Ooh, I love that one. Neither of these answers is actually very helpful if you are the teacher trying to wade your way thr…
 
Hey, Friend! It’s Friday. And that means it’s time for another Fantasy Fiction Friday episode. I know. I know. I’ve missed the past few weeks. First we went to Disney World. Woohoo! That was fun. Then with the dawn of the new year and some new ideas for which direction to take this show, I got caught up in a project to revamp my website to get clar…
 
In this episode, Conor and Bryce talk to Barry Revzin about the pipeline operator |>, C++ Ranges and more! Link to Episode 113 on Website Twitter ADSP: The Podcast Conor Hoekstra Bryce Adelstein Lelbach About the Guest Barry Revzin is a senior C++ developer at Jump Trading in Chicago, a research and technology driven trading firm. After programming…
 
Snow was heavy in Minnesota last week. Today, we will talk about what causes ice dams, and how to prevent and fix them. Tessa explains what an ice dam is and how they are formed. She shares that most houses can fix this through proper air sealing and insulating of the attic space. Reuben adds that most people think this can be improved by adding ve…
 
Using commercial programs has its benefits and also a few drawbacks. Everyone seems to have their own opinion on whether or not we should be using them at all. In today's episode, we'll explore the role of programs in literacy instruction, and I'll share some considerations for using them in our classrooms. If you or your school are looking for a l…
 
In this episode, Conor and Bryce conclude their 2022 retro and talk about running! Link to Episode 112 on Website Twitter ADSP: The Podcast Conor Hoekstra Bryce Adelstein Lelbach Show Notes Date Recorded: 2023-01-04 Date Released: 2023-01-13 NVIDIA/stdexec - Senders - A Standard Model for Asynchronous Execution in C++ Rust Programming Language Lang…
 
Are you an athlete who also enjoys writing? I am. I played volleyball, basketball and softball in high school, softball in college, and now run races of varying distances to feed my competitive spirit. During a recent writing workshop I was leading, it occurred to me that many of the writers I’ve worked with also play sports. That’s when the “what …
 
Dr. Ben Franske joins the show to speak about the internet of things and technology around your house. Ben discusses home automation and the software that helps him control various disparate devices such as HVAC control and thermostats, security and alarms, and door locks, among others. He also talks about devices that communicate through the cloud…
 
In this episode, Conor and Bryce talk about C++23 Ranges, look back on the year 2022, talk about the future of C++ and safety in C++ and much more. Link to Episode 111 on Website Twitter ADSP: The Podcast Conor Hoekstra Bryce Adelstein Lelbach Show Notes Date Recorded: 2023-01-04 Date Released: 2023-01-06 Tweet about GCC 13 C++23 Ranges Support C++…
 
Welcome 2023! It's a new year, a new podcast. The two-legged ladder, Reuben and Tessa, host the show. Tessa shares her journey with Structure Talk and leaves the company after 7 years. She shares about her new adventure. Reuben talks about how the new show will go. He highlights that there will be shorter episodes and shares exciting topics in the …
 
In this episode, Conor and Bryce talk about compiler diagnostics and how we can improve them. Link to Episode 110 on Website Twitter ADSP: The Podcast Conor Hoekstra Bryce Adelstein Lelbach Show Notes Date Recorded: 2022-12-22 Date Released: 2022-12-30 What is a Compiler Diagnostic Clang’s Expressive Diagnostics The Elm Programming Language Compile…
 
Photo by Tom Def A question for the writers among us (writers of anything—novels, memoirs, short stories, theses, academic articles, monographs): What’s your relationship with words? Are you ringing in the New Year with a commitment to a daily, achievable word count target to ensure you achieve your writing goals by the end of 2023? If so (and I ha…
 
A question for the writers among us (writers of anything—novels, memoirs, short stories, theses, academic articles, monographs): What’s your relationship with words? Are you ringing in the New Year with a commitment to a daily, achievable word count target to ensure you achieve your writing goals by the end of 2023? If so (and I hate to break this …
 
The home inspection industry is male-dominated. Today, Uli Sommers and Jaymie Paternoster join the show to talk about the presence of women in the field. Reuben recalls the multitude of feedback he received from his blog post entitled ''Home Inspectors don't have to be old white guys''. In the blog, he mentions that there is a huge demand for femal…
 
Merry Christmas, friend! In this special episode, I challenge you to consider the character of the characters in the Christmas story. What was it about Elizabeth and Zacharias, Mary and Joseph, the shepherds and the wise men that allowed God to show Himself strong through these people? Tune in to find out.…
 
In this episode, Conor and Bryce celebrate the holidays with a holiday special where talk about a plethora of random topics! Link to Episode 109 on Website Twitter ADSP: The Podcast Conor Hoekstra Bryce Adelstein Lelbach Show Notes Date Recorded: 2022-12-22 Date Released: 2022-12-23 ADSP Episode 5: Holiday Special - From China to APL ADSP Episode 5…
 
It’s Fantasy Fiction Friday! And this isn’t just any Friday. It’s the eve of Christmas Eve and the Friday before Christmas. If you’re looking for a last minute gift of entertaining adventure for the avid reader in your life, I recommend the Dragon Stalker Bloodlines Saga. You can easily gift the ebooks to any Kindle via Amazon, and you can be sure …
 
2023 will be a challenge, but also a great opportunity for those who don’t panic, lean on best practices and key learnings from digital transformation experiences and innovate with new strategies and tactics to help partners connect with buyers. Please join in my conversation with Marc Monday from Sage as we discuss how to embrace the current marke…
 
Engage with an Expert Thursday was so fun with Kara Walker last week that I split it up the interview into two shows and couldn’t wait until Thursday to share part II with you. So here we are on the Tuesday before Christmas with another dose of Kara Walker, host of the Money and Mental Peace podcast. Today she shares her story about how she graduat…
 
Today we're going to talk about new construction inspections and why it's different from the standard home inspection. Reuben shares about their team inspection experience with a new house. He talks about pre-drywall inspections which require knowledge in codes and blueprints. He highlights that home inspectors look at a completely different list a…
 
It’s Fantasy Fiction Friday! In today’s chapter of The Dragon Collector, Javan officially starts training to collect dragons. At the outset of the chapter, Javan’s grandfather Ravier is Javan’s sole mentor. And Ravier plans on being the only one to train Javan. But unbeknownst to both Ravier and Javan, Ravier’s wife and Javan’s grandmother Hannah h…
 
In this episode, Conor and Bryce finish their conversation with Jane Losare-Lusby about the Rust Programming Language. Link to Episode 108 on Website Twitter ADSP: The Podcast Conor Hoekstra Bryce Adelstein Lelbach About the Guest: Jane Losare-Lusby is currently on both the Rust Library Team and the Rust Library API Team. She is also the Error Hand…
 
It’s Engage with an Expert Thursday! This the part of the show where I will bring on a guest expert to discuss a topic that is directly or indirectly related to your success as an author. Today we will be kicking off this fun new aspect of the show with Kara Walker, host of the Money and Mental Peace podcast. She is here today to talk about the imp…
 
In today’s show, we talk about specialized and expensive home inspection equipment and our preferred brands. Eric Houseman, inspection manager at Structure Tech joins the discussion. They talk about telescoping ladders, Xtend+Climb ladders, and Little Giants. Eric shares about his preferred brand, the Werner 28-foot fiberglass with the Glidesafe te…
 
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