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We have moved to SOUNDCLOUD at: soundcloud.com/jaway-665380859 Jamaica Way Podcast: We feature Reggae, Ska, Mento, Rocksteady, Kaiso, Dancehall, and Roots music. This is the podcast version on a radio program from WRUW called "Night of the Living Dread." Check out the weekly radio program at WRUW.org (search for "Night of the living Dread" on Friday & download it!) Also see the many YouTube video interviews at YouTube under the channel: Jamaica809 -You Won't be disappointed!
 
Ik wil de manier veranderen waarop we ondernemen. Ik wil dat we ondernemen niet meer zien als één grote worsteling. Ik wil dat we gaan genieten van de reis en de lessen die we leren, en de vrijheid die we onderweg voor onszelf creëren. Sinds begin 2015 reis ik door Europa, in mijn Volkswagen Westphalia Campervan uit '92. Ik heb vijf T-shirts, vier wijnglazen en drie broeken, plus goede wifi op elke camping waar ik m'n camper neerzet. Onderweg help ik ondernemers die moedige keuzes willen mak ...
 
"Dance music changed my life two decades ago, now i'm returning the favour"... Long time lover of EDM, clubbing connoisseur and collector of music. My personal style is an exciting blend of House and Techno, keeping the soul alive in electronic dance music while exploring past and present sonic soundscapes. All my mixes are available for download as 320kbps MP3 if you so wish to. Enjoy!
 
Sounds like Loco Dice, Villalobos, Deetron, tINI or Martin Buttrich. Mix, deconstruct and reconstruct the tracks to add a personal touch to his sets. Born in Barcelona (Spain), the city where he still lives and works. His interest in electronic music started in the early 80s when he discovered the Chicago’s house music. His main influences from this period were Marshall Jefersson, Micker Oliver, Tyree, Steve "Silk" Hurley, Tony Scott. Later on he get inspired by artists such as Pete Tong, Ni ...
 
LAUSCH! . . DJ . Musician . : . Techno . . 🎥 FULL VIDEO: ♫ Lausch! - levitare [rec. @ Die Technoküche] (2019-06-08) ➟ youtu.be/8GlXxkwr2GI 🎤 LIVE recording: ♫ Lausch! @ LET Part 4 - Elfer (2019-08-31) ➟ https://hearthis.at/Lausch/Lausch-Let-Part4-19-08-31 🎧 NEW MIX: ♫ Digital Night Music Podcast 120 mixed by Lausch! ➟ https://soundcloud.com/digitalnightmusic/digital-night-music-podcast-120-mixed-by-lausch-1 ♫ Lausch! - levitare (2019-06-08) ➟ https://hearthis.at/Lausch/Lausch-levitare-19-06- ...
 
Trademark Church of Boise, Idaho Trademark is a holistic community that follows Jesus, embracing both the skeptics and the learners as we seek to bless and serve our community as we follow Jesus together. Our mission: Connecting the Gospel to people, people to community, and community to mission. The gospel is the good news that God’s Kingdom is a present reality here on earth, through Jesus. Through faith and trust in the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus, anyone can be brought into th ...
 
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Have you heard that FastAPI is awesome? We have Michael Herman back on the show to help us make it even more awesome with his FastAPI awesome list. He's categorized many extensions and other libraries working with FastAPI to help you be even more efficient with this framework.저자 Michael Kennedy
 
Here's an episode that I did not see coming! Sebastian Witowski and I put together a live stream ask me anything (AMA) as a follow up to some of the ideas around his recent course, Modern Python Projects. We dove deep in comparisons of Poetry vs. pip vs pyenv and answered questions like do you need to use Docker? When should you? and so on.After th…
 
Data validation and conversion is one of the truly tricky part of getting external data into your app. This might come from a REST API, a file on disk, or somewhere else. This includes checking for required fields, correct data types, converting from compatible types (for example, strings to numbers), and much more. Pydantic is one of the best ways…
 
How do you build Python applications that can handling literally billions of requests. I has certainly been done to great success with places like YouTube (handling 1M requests / sec) and Instagram as well as internal pricing APIs at places like PayPal and other banks.While Python can be fast at some operations and slow at others, it's generally no…
 
These days Git is synonymous with source control itself. Rare are the current debates of whether to use git vs SVN vs some fossil like SourceSafe vs you name it. But do you know how Git works? What about it's internals? I'm sure you've seen a .git folder in your project's root. But to most folks, it's a black box.In this episode, you'll meet Rob Ri…
 
The tables have turned and this time I'm the guest and you all are the hosts. I get a ton of questions over email and twitter asking me about my thoughts on various trends, tools, and behind the scenes questions around Talk Python. So I've enlisted two listeners who are up for hosting a conversation and taking questions from you all.Thank you to Pa…
 
Machine learning and data science are full of best practices and important workflows. Can we extrapolate these to our broader lives? Eugene Yan and I give it a shot on this slightly more philosophical episode of Talk Python To Me.The seven lessons:1. Data cleaning: Assess what you consume2. Low vs. high signal data: Seek to disconfirm and update3. …
 
Docker is one of the core elements of developing Python applications in consistent ways as well as running them across different hardware universally. On this episode, you'll meet Peter McKee from Docker. He's here to catch us up on what's happening in the Docker universe for Python developers.Full details at https://talkpython.fm/episodes/show/308…
 
Python has changed a lot since its inception 30 years ago. On this episode, you'll meet Paul Everitt and Barry Warsaw. They have both been involved with Python since the very first Python conference (called SPAM1 even). We discuss how it's changed but also how so many of the pressures and ideas from the very early days are still playing out in 2021…
 
When we talk about scaling software threading and async get all the buzz. And while they are powerful, using asynchronous queues can often be much more effective. You might think this means creating a Celery server, maybe running RabbitMQ or Redis as well. What if you wanted this async ability and many more message exchange patterns like pub/sub. B…
 
People often ask me how they can find a Python community to be part of. Maybe discussion forum or slack channel. This week, we look at one of the most active communities in Python Discord. It's Python, on a discord server. But it's more than that too.You'll meet Leon Sandøy who, along with a team of folks, runs Python Discord. Full show notes at ht…
 
The relatively recent introduction of async and await as keywords in Python have spawned a whole area of high performance, highly scalable frameworks and supporting libraries. One such library that has great async building blocks is Omnilib.On this episode, you'll meet John Reese. John is the creator of Omnilib, which includes packages such as aioi…
 
If you are involved in science or use computational tools in your work, you should be using code to solve your problem. On this episode, we have Dr. Becky Smethurst who's an astrophysicist at Oxford University. She uses Python to explore galaxies and black holes.Learn how she's using Python to make new discoveries at the cutting edge of research an…
 
I'm sure you're familiar with data science. But what about data engineering? Are these the same or how are they related?Data engineering is dedicated to overcoming data-processing bottlenecks, data cleanup, data flow and data-handling problems for applications that utilize lots of data.On this episode, we welcome back Tobias Macey to give us the 30…
 
Have you been learning Django and now want to get your site online? Not sure the best way to host it or the trade offs between the various options? Maybe you want to make sure your Django site is secure. On this episode, I'm joined by two Django experts Will Vincent and Carlton Gibson to talk about deploying and running Django in production along w…
 
You've heard that software developers and startups go hand-in-hand. But what about data scientists? Of course they! But how do you turn your data science skill set into a data science business skill set? What are some of the areas ripe for launching such a business into?On this episode, I welcome back 4 prior guests who have all walked their own ve…
 
In this episode, we'll be discussing two powerful tools for data reporting and exploration: Datasette and Dogsheep.Datasette helps people take data of any shape or size, analyze and explore it, and publish it as an interactive website and accompanying API.Dogsheep is a collection of tools for personal analytics using SQLite and Datasette. Imagine a…
 
Are you building or running an internal machine learning team? How about looking for a new ML position? On this episode, I talk with Chip Huyen from Snorkel AI about building ML teams, finding ML positions, and teach ML at Stanford.Full show notes at https://talkpython.fm/episodes/show/298/building-ml-teams-and-finding-ml-jobs…
 
2020 will be one for the history books, won't it? I've put together a great group to look back on 2020 - from the Python perspective.Join me along with Cecil Phillip, Ines Montani, Jay Miller, Paul Everitt, Reuven Lerner, Matt Harrison, and Brian Okken for a light-hearted and fun look back on the major Python events of 2020.Full show notes at https…
 
Geography is the study of places and the relationships between people and their environments. Often we think of maps, but maps are static. GIS gets interesting when you realize that we're studying and visualizing data flowing through these locations and communities.In this episode, you'll meet Silas Toms. He's an author of several Python GIS books …
 
When we think about accounts and security, we often think about identity (logging in and proving who you are). But for many applications, especially internal apps at large organizations, that's just step one. The next step is what can you do and what can you not do.In this episode, you'll learn about a new library called oso. It's a declarative way…
 
As software developers, we live in a world of uncertainty and flux. Do you need to build a new web app? Well maybe using Django makes the most sense if you've been doing it for a long time. There is Flask, but it's more mix and match being a microframework. But you've also heard that async and await are game changers and FastAPI might be the right …
 
So you're excited about that next app you're about to build. You can visualize the APIs with the smooth scalability taking to the mobile apps. You can see how, finally, this time, you'll get deployment right and it'll be pure continuous delivery out of GitHub with zero downtime.What you're probably not dreaming about is writing yet another password…
 
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