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Formerly know as Juve Podcast, now Turin Giants Podcast, has been discussing news and topics about the world of Juventus, since 2013. Started by the founding members of the Juventus Fan Club of Southern California, as a way to amuse themselves, has now become a popular Podcast for English-speaking Juventus fans around the World.
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El podcast más random de la interwebz, desde política, animes o memes, hasta cine, cultura geek o comida. O, ya sabes, lo que sea. Visita nuestra web oficial: http://estacionturing.pe.hu/
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Recorded weekly, THE TURIN CROWD PODCAST with Adam Digby will look back on the most recent matches played by Juventus, take trips down memory lane & keep you up to date with all the latest Bianconeri news theturincrowd.substack.com
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A Forrageira de Turing é um projeto sem fins lucrativos que tem como principal objetivo apresentar, desmistificar e explorar as carreiras em tecnologia. Aqui nós convidamos profissionais das mais diversas áreas que compõem o guarda-chuva desse vasto ramo para um papo descontraído sobre sua trajetória, desafios e oportunidades desde o início da sua caminhada. De professores, acadêmicos, graduandos, pós-graduandos e pesquisadores a técnicos, especialistas e profissionais em geral.
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Passionate about exploring new frontiers of storytelling and immersing the audience in imaginative worlds. Join me on a journey to undiscovered places as we discover new ways to tell stories across mediums and formats. I can't wait to take you on an adventure!
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We are experts in cloud management, migration, monitoring & maintenance. We take great pride in being a true partner to our clients—helping our clients design & optimize AWS environments, data centers, applications & databases.
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"El patrón de Turing" es un podcast en que hablamos de lanas y proyectos de tejidos, además de nuestros amados tintoreros, diseñadores, ¡y también de otros podcasts y videoblogs! Desde un particular punto de vista, que involucra, uff!... ciencia, cine, música, entre otras aficiones, @polillatejedora y @balwant_sight conversan sobre diversos temas e ideas en torno al mundo tejeril ¡y siempre, siempre algo más!
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Are you fascinated by the intersection of biblical archaeology and modern science? Step into a world where history and cutting-edge research converge in our podcast, focusing on the Shroud of Turin, one of the most important Christian relics. I'm Guy R. Powell, author of "The Only Witness, a Christian Historical Fiction on the Shroud of Turin" and I invite you to join me and top experts from around the world including researchers, scientists, historians, and believers, (sindonologists – thos ...
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The world has changed. In the past, companies were built with locally-hired teams, operating out of the same office. But today, entrenched competition, brutal commutes, exorbitant real-estate prices and more global distribution of talent have upended this practice. Now, billion-dollar companies are now created with teams working remotely and distributed all around the world. Creating #boundaryless companies is hard but we will give you the tools to succeed.
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On this episode, Bea and Jessie are joined by Becky Inkster and Mark Sheppard, co-founders of The Laß; a fusion of science, creativity and personal reflection. Collaborating with famous musicians, dancers and members of the public, Becky and Mark use EEG brain activity technology to visualise poignant moments. They hope to offer both internal and e…
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We welcome back one of our favorite guests, Mina Rzouki. She is a loyal Juventina, an accomplished journalist, who has worked for ESPN, BBC, Serie Awesome Podcast and more. Super fun chat discussing the mismanagement of Juve, Allegri era, her favorite Juve memories, Italian football, favorite free kick takers, and the greatest panenkas.…
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In perhaps a very fitting way to wrap up the Career Pathways Series, we talk to Ian Douglas about Developer Advocacy, a role that really demonstrates how software development skills can be applied in a variety of meaningful ways. Ian dives into how different this role can look from company to company, the travel, the conferences, the content, the g…
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Bailey and Jeannie sit down with Foster Taylor to talk all about his experience as a QA Engineer. We discuss the role QA plays in the Software Development Lifecycle and the nuanced techhical and non-technical skills he acquired and fine-tuned. Come for the QA, stay for laughs! If you or someone you know are code curious, we encourage you to attend …
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Join us for an enlightening interview with renowned art historian and iconography expert, Alexei Lidov. As a leading authority on religious art Lidov brings a profound understanding of the visual and spatial dimensions of religious artifacts. In this exclusive interview, Alexei Lidov delves into his groundbreaking research, discussing the significa…
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In this interview, Kate Tester really breaks down the role of Data Engineering into its component parts from pipeline building to stakeholder tooling. She dives deep into important concepts, tooling, and her day-to-day work. We loved talking with Kate and learning about her journey from Turing Backend Engineering student and SQL enthusiast to downs…
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To support this cause go to: https://gofund.me/f0587ae9 Pastor Rajeev from India sits down with Guy Powell to explore innovative ways to incorporate the Shroud of Turin into Christian outreach efforts. Pastor Rajeev shares insights from his challenging yet impactful ministry, which focuses on reaching out to illiterate and Hindu communities in area…
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In this episode with Leiya Kenney we have an amazing and honest conversation on her time as a Support Engineer. We talk about what her experience was and the ways support engineering can differ from company to company. And, let’s be honest, there can be a huge stigma tied to this role. Leiya breaks that down too. Tune in and learn all about this am…
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To what extent can a computer network be actively managed and defended by intelligent autonomous agents? In this episode, Ed and Anneca talk to Vasilios Mavroudis and Chris Hicks explore this question and more. Vas and Chris lead the Turing’s AI for Cyber Defence (AICD) research centre which seeks to fundamentally transform the way in which we secu…
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We loved chatting with Cristina Peña about her role as a UX Engineer. In this episode Cristina walks us through setting up component libraries, the specifics of what she learned at Turing that helped her, and what it’s like setting up a new UX Engineering team with a tenured teammate. If you are interested in design and front end engineering this i…
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Bailey Diveley and Jeannie Evans sit down with Rob Stringer to talk about Site Reliability Engineering and his unique path to get here. If you are someone who likes to learn how things work under the hood, you’re going to want to have a listen. If you or someone you know are code curious, we encourage you to attend a Turing Try Coding Event. You ca…
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Join us in this compelling interview with Vallie Smith Collins, whose remarkable journey of survival, resilience, and leadership continues to inspire many. Vallie, a resident of Tennessee, lives with her husband and three children. Deeply involved in her community, she is an active member at Church and holds various significant roles in community s…
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Come meet Nikki Holland-Plum and hear about her journey to Data Engineering. In this episode you will learn about the tools often used in this career and how you too can show tenacity by not taking no for an answer. If you or someone you know are code curious, we encourage you to attend a Turing Try Coding Event. You can register for a Try Coding c…
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On this episode of The Turing Podcast Bea and Anneca are joined by Lord Chris Holmes, Britain’s most successful Paralympic swimmer and an active member of the House of Lords with a policy focus on digital technology for public good. Connect with Lord Holmes on Linked In Explore our regular news AI news podcast, too long didn't read…
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Leah Miller talks with hosts, Bailey Diveley and Jeannie Evans, about her career as a Technical Product Manager. She discusses in depth how a technical product manager plays an important role in scoping out work, processes unique to her role and how she was able to leverage her previous career to level up in her new one. Tune in to learn how Leah m…
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Join us in an illuminating episode as we sit down with Giulio Fanti, a prominent researcher and academic known for his extensive work on the Shroud of Turin. With a background in mechanical and thermal engineering, Fanti brings a unique scientific perspective to the study of one of Christianity's most mysterious and revered relics. In this exclusiv…
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Our conversation with December Garnet-Smith reveals what it takes to be a successful self-employed software engineer. December walks us through drafting contracts, solving problems, staying involved in a collaborative dev community and how to do all that and more on a team of one. If you or someone you know are code curious, we encourage you to att…
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Devin Beliveau walks hosts, Jeannie Evans and Bailey Diveley, through her career as a Technical Writer. She discusses her career journey and how she merged her writing and technical skillsets. Devin dives deep into her roles and responsibilities, team structure, and audience, and how that all can vary depending on the job. If you or someone you kno…
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Join us in an enlightening interview with James Day, a prolific writer and EWTN television producer, whose insights into the Shroud of Turin have captivated readers since 2013. In this exclusive episode, James delves into his upcoming book set to release in late 2024, offering a fascinating glimpse into the medieval world when the Shroud first emer…
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In this enlightening episode, we welcome back Tom McAvoy to discuss his latest work, "The God Geometer," a compelling book that bridges the gap between science and faith. Amidst a climate where faith often finds itself in the crosshairs of scientific progress and skepticism, Tom's book offers a refreshing perspective, arguing that modern science, f…
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In the first interview for the Career Pathways series, Bailey Diveley interviews Mike Wood on his experience as a Product Manager. They get into the details on what the role is like, unique challenges PMs face, and the tools and resources commonly used. Come for the questions, stay for the jira, software development lifecycle & decision-making skil…
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Join cohosts Jeannie & Bailey as we kickoff episode zero of the new Career Pathways series on the Hello Turing World podcast. In this series of shorts, we'll be chatting with Turing School alum & former staff whose resumes boast a variety of technical titles. From Data Engineer to UX Designer to Product Manager, we delve into the specifics of their…
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In this captivating interview episode, we sit down with Mary Hines, a retired medical technologist and esteemed member of the SSGroup, who has been deeply involved in Shroud of Turin research since 1977. With a unique personal connection to the Shroud, Mary shares her profound experience of witnessing the Shroud in person in 1978, a moment that has…
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Welcome back to our podcast, where we dive into the mysteries and truths of historical and religious artifacts. In this special episode, we're thrilled to have Russ Breault, a renowned Shroud of Turin expert, joining us for his third appearance. Russ, with his extensive knowledge and passion for the Shroud, has become a favorite among our listeners…
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Could You Replicate The Shroud of Turin For $1 Million Dollars? In this enlightening episode, we sit down with Myra Kahn Adams, a renowned political and religious writer with a rich portfolio of national credits dating back to 2010. Where we discuss the latest challenge presented by David rolfe: could you replicate the Shroud of Turin with only usi…
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