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Host Dave Grendzynski is a firm believer in positive psychology, especially when it comes to building a high school basketball program. When coaches provide a positive pathway for their players and parents, they’ll start building a good team culture and the wins will take care of themselves. On the “Courtside Culture Podcast,” we’ll talk to coaches, psychologists, authors, and players about how the right mindset causes everything else to fall into place—especially in high school. The psyche ...
 
Meet Philge the Half Orc Barbarian, Freezo the High Elf Warlock, Halfling Rogue Bobby Pancakes and Baston Indrirovich as they quest through the magical world of Faerun and beyond. Dragon Friends is a monthly comedy show and podcast where six Australian comedians muddle their way through a Dungeons & Dragons campaign. Heads up, it gets weird, quick.
 
Generation OddCast is a podcast where 3 dudes come together to talk about a variety of things. Usually insulting to someoneThis right here is all about the most random things that pop into our heads. We are just 3 average dudes talking into a mic. Dave L bringing his rants, anger nerdgasms and whatever fun deals he stumbles across on Craigslist. Next up to bat is Chris Raj, pizza making extraordinaire. He seems quiet but get a little Jameson's in him and the kid can ramble with the best of t ...
 
Davide Pappa, aka “Dave K”, is taking the house music by storm as one of the most talked about musical talents to hit the scene in decades. At the 2010 and 2011 Winter Music Conference in Miami, Dave K headlined the Afrique Electrique/Maude34 party, playing to a packed crowd and solidifying his place as house music’s rising star. Born in Latina, Italy, Dave K is no stranger to the soulful, eclectic sounds of American music royalty. He grew up listening to legendary artists like Stevie Wonder ...
 
Software developers, platform engineers, and sysadmin/operators listen to the weekly Ambassador Labs podcasts in order to learn how to build cloud platforms and create an effective developer experience (DevEx) for deploying container-based applications to Kubernetes. We also discuss best practices for releasing functionality via continuous delivery pipelines, and we investigate the latest developer tooling, API gateway technology (e.g Envoy), and service mesh implementations. We interview pr ...
 
Brooklyn, NY-based Sub Swara makes genre-bending bass musict that parallels the depth and diversity of their hometown. Led by producer/percussionists Dhruva and Dave, Sub Swara’s music encompasses broad influences, from dub to dancehall to hip hop to punk rock to funk and global sounds. Their sets are crafted for the dancefloor and the headspace, focused by Sub Swara's blend of electronic production and live instrumentation. For free tunes, mix sets, podcasts, blogs, and more, check out su ...
 
Cannabis is crushing it right now. All across The United States, states are voting on ballot measures & initiatives to legalize medicinal & recreational cannabis at a break-neck pace; it would appear that public policy is, at long last, beginning to catch up with the culture. And that’s exactly what The Seatown Funk Podcast is all about: cannabis and culture. It’s a podcast with fresh perspectives, open & honest discussions about the history, state and future of the cannabis industry.The Sea ...
 
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Coach Beck played four years of Division 1 college basketball at Arkansas State. He now offers individual, small group, and team training... as well as skills academies and team clinics for “Pure Sweat Basketball.” He also has one of the best basketball Twitter feeds going. His Twitter feed hits the mark every time for coaches, players, and parents…
 
Dr. Kris Eiring is the former director of clinical and sport psychology for the University of Wisconsin Badgers. She helped to implement mental health and performance psychology services for Wisconsin’s athletes. And she speaks from experience because she is also a former University of Wisconsin track star, having been a part of four Big Ten outdoo…
 
Mike D'Andrea is a former Ohio State football player who now owns T3 performance, the top training facility for athletes in Northeast Ohio. But a big part of athletic training at T3 is the mental aspect of the games we play and mike is here to talk about how important it is and how it plays a role in building a great team culture. The mental health…
 
Jamy Bechler is not only the host of the “Success Is a Choice” podcast, but he is also a professional speaker, leadership trainer and executive business coach who works with teams ranging from major corporations to the NBA. He’s been a player; he’s been a coach and an administrator on the high school and college level... and now he combines his uni…
 
Leslie Ungar is an executive coach, speaker, and speechwriter, in other word— a communications expert. She empowers her clients to communicate with confidence, and part of her job is talking to basketball coaches. She also just wrote a new book called “Horse Talk” coaches can learn from. She lays out the "Three V's" and why they are critical for co…
 
Jeremy Sanchez is a Point Guard on the Cleveland State University basketball team that just had its best season in years. It ended with a share of the regular season title, a Horizon League Tournament title, and a trip to the NCAA Tournament. In this episode, Jeremy talks about the team culture established by Coach Dennis Gates propelled his journe…
 
Denny English has coached and directed recruiting for AAU teams in Wisconsin, Texas, Georgia and Ohio at the high school level. He shares his thoughts on building team culture in an AAU program and within teams. Has an inspiring message for parents, and during "What's the Coolest?", he tells us that he played/coached in two of the coolest venues on…
 
Not only is Coach Lewis Shine a consultant in the Hoop Heads Mentorship Program, but he’s also held various titles in the professional, collegiate, high school and junior high ranks. And now he hosts clinics for coaches to not only break down the x's and o's of the game, but he's helping to build team cultures by coaching communications. In this ep…
 
Beth Andrews is the Head Women's Basketball Coach at John Carroll University. She took over a very successful program, and didn't miss a beat her first season. Her team won the conference title and she was named "Coach of the Year." So, how did she do it? She credits the culture she established from the first day she was hired. Twitter- John Carrol…
 
The Assistant Head Coach of the Boys Varsity Basketball Team at Fairview High School in Fairview Park, Ohio James Ranc (pronounced rantz) talks about what assistant coaches should be doing when it comes to building team culture. He has also shared a 3-bullet point list that contains advice every assistant coach needs to hear. And his answer to "Wha…
 
The Head Coach of the Girls Varsity Basketball Team at Cleveland High School in Clayton, North Carolina, Robby White joins Dave Grendzynski to talk about building team culture in the offseason. He has a very unique way of doing it that involves a point system and teaches the girls life lessons at the same time. Twitter: Coach Robby White: @CoachRWh…
 
Colin Boldin is finishing up his high school career. A three-sport athlete, and multiple varsity letter winner, Colin is now a Mental Health Advocate for student-athletes. He's hoping that other kids and their parents can learn from his story, which has a very happy ending. Twitter- Colin Boldin: @colinboldin Instagram: @colinboldin Twitter Dave: @…
 
Former psychologist for the Cleveland Cavaliers and current Cleveland Clinic psychologist, Dr. Scott Bea has advice for coaches of any sport on ways to implement positive psychology into their coaching style. He also offers advice to players and parents who may be struggling with a negative coach. Twitter Dr. Bea: @ClevelandClinic Dave: @grizzer21 …
 
The Head Coach of the Boys Varsity Basketball Team at Olmsted Falls High School, Chris DeLisio joins Dave to talk about building a good team culture. He explains why he thinks culture cultivates winning and what parents can do to have a significantly positive effect on a program and contribute to the wins on the court. Coach: @ofbasketball @OFalls_…
 
Dave is joined by the Head Coach of the girls' varsity basketball team at North Ridgeville High School, Amy Esser. Coach Esser talks about how building a good team culture helped her team overcome adversity and carried them to the District finals in the OHSAA playoffs. She also has some great advice for parents, and the last thing we talk about are…
 
Welcome to Courtside Culture on the Hoop Heads Podcast Network! Host Dave Grendzynski is a firm believer in positive psychology, especially when it comes to building a high school basketball program. By providing a positive pathway for your players and parents, you’ll cultivate a good team culture and the wins will take care of themselves. On the “…
 
After a not-so-brief-ish hiatus, the Seatown Funk Podcast returns with a brand new episode to kick off season two. In this episode, we lay out the gameplan for the year ahead along with a new format and some exciting changes. In the season two kickoff, we talk Have a Heart's/A Cannabis Store...y's big holiday sale, where the hell the Funk has been …
 
The Dragon friends have failed. Count Strahd has taken their one weapon against him and left them with nothing but an empty castle and a promise; that the lodge of the Wolven will not live through the night. But all is not lost, as Greatheart Banknote lives, and is ready to lead The Dragon Friends into the fray as the final confrontation draws near…
 
Armed with a secret weapon and the element of surprise, The Dragon Friends are ready to take the fight to Strahd and rescue Greatheart Banknote. Can The Dragon Friends overcome their oldest enemy in time to prevent him amassing yet another army? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Gareth Rushgrove, Director of Product Management at Snyk, discusses the state of Kubernetes tooling, the role of application platforms and how they should be designed and managed, and the importance of engineering security.Summary and full transcript available at: https://www.getambassador.io/podcasts/gareth-rushgrove-on-kubernetes-tooling-platform…
 
Katie Gamanji, Cloud Platform Engineer at American Express and TOC member of the CNCF, discusses the building blocks of developer experience related to interacting with Kubernetes clusters. She covers the evolution of tooling from the kubectl that we all know and love, to UI-driven tooling like k9s and Octant, and ultimately to ApplicationOps and G…
 
Dave Sudia , Senior DevOps Engineer at GoSpotCheck, discusses creating an effective local developer experience for Kubernetes, migrating away from Heroku and building a Kubernetes-based platform as a service (PaaS), and how his team developed an understanding of all of the personas involved with creating a platform.Summary and full transcript avail…
 
Daniel Mangum, software engineers at Upbound, introduces the Crossplane cloud control plane project, and talks about how engineers can build an internal platform-as-a-service (PaaS). He also shares his insights into the future of multi-cluster Kubernetes.Summary and full transcript available at: https://www.getambassador.io/podcasts/daniel-mangum-o…
 
Charity Majors, CTO at Honeycomb and author of many great blog posts on observability and leadership, discusses the new approach needed when instrumenting microservices and distributed systems, the benefits of “observability-driven development (ODD)”, and how Honeycomb can help engineers with asking ad hoc questions about their production systems.S…
 
Sam Newman, independent technology consultant and author of Building Microservices, discusses the concept of microservice ownership, explores how to best approach the local development of a microservice-based systems, and shares his opinions on the release trains model of deployment.Show notes and full transcript available at: https://www.getambass…
 
Gene Kim, author of the The Phoenix Project and founder of the DevOps Enterprise Summit, discusses the importance of developer productivity within the larger context of DevOps, and explores the “five ideals” as presented in his latest book, The Unicorn Project. He also outlines how the platform that engineers deploy onto should codify operational b…
 
Michael Hausenblas, Product Developer Advocate in the AWS Container Service Team, discusses the concept of customer focus (both end-users and internal engineering users), explores how platforms have evolved around Kubernetes, and dives into the use of RBAC and Open Policy Agent (OPA) for cluster access control.Summary and show notes are available h…
 
Kelsey Hightower, technologist at Google, shares his thought on cloud developer experience, modern Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), and explores the reality that every organisation is testing in productionSummary and full transcript available at: www.getambassador.io/podcasts/kelsey-hightower-on-developer-experience-paas-and-testing-in-production…
 
Dana Lawson, VP of Engineering at GitHub, discusses the impact that Kubernetes has had on operations, how cloud has impacted the local development experience, and the benefits of constant learning.Key takeaways and show notes can be found here: https://www.getambassador.io/podcasts/podcats-living-on-the-edge-podcast-6-dana-lawson-on-dana-lawson-on-…
 
Charles Pretzer, field engineer at Buoyant (stewards of Linkerd), discussed service meshes, the Service Mesh Interface (SMI) spec, and how to implement a function as a service (FaaS) experience with Knative, Linkerd, and AmbassadorShow notes can be found here: https://www.getambassador.io/podcasts/podcast-livin-on-the-edge-podcast-charles-pretzer-o…
 
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