Monthly Archives: August 2013

Lisa Sasevich joins Wendy to show us how to have a major breakthrough in your work, especially when you are the best kept secret in your field. She is the Queen of Sales Conversion, was recently featured in Success Magazine,...
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Carl and Richard talk to Chris Williams about building and programming robots - all kinds of robots! After Carl opens with a conversation about the Internet of Things, Chris digs into the cool tiny computers that make it possible, like...
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Carl and Richard talk to Guy Starbuck about his use of Azure Blob Storage as part of his continuous delivery solution. Guy starts out talking about how blob storage was built to handle huge files (like VHDs) but works just...
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Kris Gilbertson is #1 Woman iTunes and Podcasting expert in the world and this episode Wendy and Kris are going to dive in deep to show you why podcasting is so HOT again and how it can have you becoming...
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It's show 900! While at That Conference, Carl and Richard recorded the 900th episode in front of an audience. The topic - geeking out on Automated Driving. The conversation starts with the history of automated driving, including the DARPA Grand...
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Carl and Richard talk to Bob Uva about instrumenting production software with New Relic. New Relic works with Ruby, Java, .NET and more, able to instrument applications end-to-end in production. And there's a free version you can use forever -...
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In order for people to buy, partner, or listen to you -- you have to be heard. Deborah Torres Patel shares key techniques and strategies on this podcast for you on how to use and train your Voice to work...
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Carl and Richard talk to Jeremiah Peschka about implementing Hadoop in the .NET world. Jeremiah starts out the discussion pointing to a blog post he's done on the Basics of Hadoop (check the links) and how the focus of Hadoop...
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Carl and Richard talk to Chris Sells about his experimentation with TypeScript. The conversation starts out with a discussion about the pervasiveness of C# and how the Mono Project brought .NET to a wider audience than just Windows. From there,...
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