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Error Code

Robert Vamosi

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Error Code is a biweekly narrative podcast that provides you both context and conversation with some of the best minds working today toward code resilience and dependability. Work that can lead to autonomous vehicles and smart cities. It’s your window in the research solving tomorrow’s code problems today.
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Welcome to Error Code: Coffee, a WEEKLY podcast, where we talk about web development, design, UX, life and much more! Error Code: Coffee is hosted by Gideon (⁠⁠⁠⁠gideonheilbron.nl⁠⁠⁠⁠) and Murtada (⁠⁠⁠⁠murtada.nl⁠⁠⁠⁠). Both experienced freelance web developers who like to talk about web dev, technology, media, life and more. Our goal is to inform and help people about various topics in an entertaining fashion. Do you have any questions or do you want to hire us? Contact us through Spotify or ...
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El Rincón De Los Errores

Marimar Vega & Efrén Martinez

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Sean todos bienvenidos a este nuevo espacio donde vamos a aprender de los errores. Conoceremos ese rincón de aquellos personajes que estamos acostumbrados a ver en los medios de comunicación, pero que al igual que cualquier otra persona, han cruzado sus propios desiertos, sacando lo mejor de lo vivido. Es por medio de nuestros fallos que hemos crecido y nos hemos convertido en personas más sensibles, empáticas y con menos apariencias, por eso Marimar Vega y Efrén Martinez han creado este lug ...
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Science on Trial [and Error]

scienceontrialanderror

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Welcome to the podcast where the genuine stories of guests take center stage, offering insights into the people behind the science, their journeys, and aspirations. Uncovering the Trials and Errors. I'm Kasia Kuzmicz-Kowalska, a recent PhD graduate, driven by a passion for both science and storytelling. Join me and my guests on a journey Beyond Academia. Expect a candid exchange of experiences, invaluable advice and a deep dive into the advantages and challenges of various career paths. Allo ...
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Human factors is a critical topic within the world of SCUBA diving, scientific diving, military diving, and commercial diving. This podcast is a mixture of interviews and 'shorts' which are audio versions of the weekly blog from The Human Diver. Each month we will look to have at least one interview and one case study discussion where we look at an event in detail and how human factors and non-technical skills contributed (or prevented) it from happening in the manner it did.
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Vajon mi lesz a Földdel és vele együtt velünk 2050-ben? Mi történt hogy ide jutottunk? Fontosak ezek a kérdések egyáltalán? Meg lehet érteni a globális összefüggéseket és a kwh értelmezését egy rádiós műsorból? Mit csináljunk, ha azt érezzük valami nem stimmel és változtatni is szeretnénk lokális környezetünkben? Kis lépések, komoly kérdések, meghívott vendégek. Témák: Földünk, energia, víz, környezeti értékek, paradigmaváltások, fizikai törvények, kémiai képletek, természeti és humán erőfor ...
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Error Broadcast invites underground producers to compile their favourite experimental beat music in a podcast of roughly one hour. Background to most mixes is instrumental Hip Hop, and taking this as a starting point, producers explore the most distant cavities and caverns. You need to subscribe to believe.
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Fatal Error

Soroush Khanlou & Chris Dzombak

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Fatal Error is a weekly show hosted by software developers Soroush Khanlou and Chris Dzombak. We discuss topics at the cutting edge of iOS software architecture, Swift, and best practices.
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Error De

Joseba Villanueva

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El futuro es ahora: Mis reflexiones sobre nuestro destino en el marco de la era tecnologíca en la que nos encontramos atrapados en nuestra vida cotidiana... redes sociales, IA, Machine learning, wereables, vida 2.0..
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Error 404

Jose Arozena & Juanjo Guevara

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Podcast Magazine de actualidad tecnológica donde semana a semana repasaremos, analizaremos y destrozaremos la actualidad. Presentado por José Arozena y Juanjo Guevara
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Look closely at almost anything and you’ll find data—lots of it. But when you push past the calculations, what are all those numbers really saying about who we are and what we believe? CNN’s Harry Enten is on a mission to find out. This season on Margins of Error, Harry teases out big ideas like what accents say about where we live, how much money it takes to be happy, and whether the U.S. should finally switch to the metric system.
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Unknown Error Podcast

Unknown Error Films

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Welcome to the Unknown Error Podcast! Each week your hosts Marty, Rick, and Rodey force each other to check out some form of entertainment. Whether that be a movie, album, or TV show. Good or bad.
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PODD Errors

The Precipice Podcast Network

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Join Thrabalen, Dorky Rae, and Todd Evf as they talk about Pop Culture and other things with their own unique perceptions. Oh and Dragons. Those too.
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Error 204

Luke Denner & Mark Fromme

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Error 204 is a podcast covering Theology from a reformed perspective and genuinely nerdy topics. We promise we have no content that you won't love. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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The Margin of Error

MoE Podcasts

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The Margin of Error is a weekly podcast for disgruntled liberals hosted by Allan and Carson, two lefty Army veterans-turned-over-educated-and-under-qualified casual observers with strong feelings about politics, books, and popular culture.
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Interviews with survivors, victims' families, policy makers, and health care workers. What went wrong? How can we make health care safer? Host Scott Simpson, uses his counselling skills to evoke the secrets, stories and solutions. https://www.patreon.com/rss/MedicalErrorInterviews?auth=2eY8hVY9bd5o78a8cmpNSURYZ2VrqXrq
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Human Error

Ali Hylton

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Set in an apocalyptic version of 2033, ‘Human Error’ follows a young adult named Billie as they travel across South Central Texas where society has fallen to hordes of zombie-like creatures called Errors. Having lost their own family and friends to death and tragedy, Billie takes refuge with a group of other survivors seeking safety and a cure for Errors. But Billie has more in common with the Errors than they’d like to admit to their companions. ‘Human Error’ dives into loss, love, and find ...
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Error 404 y Radio Review Bolivia, en su nuevo capitulo con datos curiosos de este Fantástico grupo de los años 60; un gran director, geniales compositores y jóvenes actores; los fans de los cómics no están conformes, pero parece que será una película que nos sorprenderá! Anímate a escuchar nuestro nuevo ciclo "No somos un virus, somos una nueva forma de escuchar radio virtual".
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What the heck happened to CSS-Tricks? Chris Coyier wrote a blog post detailing some of the behind the scene happenings. What was his motivation for selling the CSS-Tricks website? Why is it not being updated anymore? Also, is this a trend that's happening across the internet? Why are there community-driven and free resource websites dying out left …
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One of the problems with security is ROI. If I put in next gen this and next gen that and no security events happen, am I justified in making those expenditures? How do you quantify a risk like that? Padraic O’Reilly, founder and Chief Innovation Officer at CyberSaint, walks us through the risk analysis for IoT and OT systems, and why it’s importan…
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in this episode we find out how motivational talk makes you run faster & i ponder on the history of science & the death of ideas long, long after their time. keywords: progress idea Kuhn death revolution. details, sources and full transcript at the error bar [https://theerrorbar.com?e=38]. image credit: Kaan Durmuş, https://www.pexels.com/photo/mil…
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What does the position of Product Manager entail? What makes someone who has a good chance of becoming a PI leave academia? How to deal with imposter syndrome during big career transitions? Our guest is Rose De Guzman - a Filipino-American scientist, currently working as a Product Manager at Evident Scientific. Rose is a passionate advocate for mak…
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In this podcast episode, we explore the concept of tribalism and discrimination within the diving community, stemming from cultural, historical, and social factors. Discrimination based on race, gender, age, or social background hampers the development of diving students, leading to lowered motivation, unrealistic expectations, and reduced quality …
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In this episode we discuss how the concept of MVP (Minimum Viable Product) has changed over the course of our careers. Why was it so popular back in the day (for example: Airbnb)? When does the MVP concept work, and when does it fail? What are the steps for the modern way of utilizing the MVP concept? Join us in this in-depth conversation about a s…
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In this podcast episode, we delve into the distinction between normalization of deviance and constructive deviation/advancement within the diving community. Normalization of deviance, as coined by Diane Vaughen, describes the gradual acceptance of unsafe practices as the norm, whereas constructive deviation involves a deliberate, open exploration o…
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In this podcast episode, we explore the concept of sunk cost fallacy in training courses, challenging the traditional mindset of focusing solely on certification or titles. Drawing from personal experiences in teaching outdoor sports like white water kayaking, the discussion emphasizes the value of adopting a mindset centered on skill improvement r…
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In this episode, we delve into the Betari Box model, exploring how our attitudes and behaviors are influenced by others and can create a negative spiral, particularly in diving scenarios. Through real-life examples, we illustrate the impact of negative attitudes on dive outcomes, highlighting situations where frustration, stress, and complacency le…
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Missing the old style of podcast episodes where we ramble a bunch about technical stuff? Well, here's another! We talk about some of the new CSS features that were standardized in 2023. These features can be a big help in your everyday CSS writing! Container queries: what are they and how are they different than regular media queries? New viewport …
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En esta ocasión Bárbara, Alberto, Zuria, Maite y Alan se sienta en nuestro rincón abriendo sus corazones y conoceremos sus heridas para inspirarnos. ¿Quieres conocer cuáles son tus heridas? Haz ahora nuestro test de personalidad https://elrincondeloserrores.com/ usa el código ELRINCONDELOSERRORES y obten un 10% de descuento Sìguenos en redes: https…
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In this episode, we explore strategies for individuals to navigate authority gradients and foster open communication within teams, focusing on the PACE model for graded assertiveness communication. Drawing parallels from medical and diving contexts, we highlight the importance of gentle escalation when addressing concerns with higher-ranking indivi…
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In this episode, we delve into the complexities of authority gradient, illustrated by a personal anecdote highlighting the challenges of challenging authority in diving contexts. Despite efforts to foster psychological safety, the innate hierarchical structure often inhibits individuals from voicing concerns. We explore strategies to mitigate this …
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This is the story of how a researcher turns commercial and commonly used EDRs and Cloud-based backup systems into wipers against the very data they’re designed to protect. Or Yair, security research team lead at Safe Breach, talks about his two presentations at SecTor 2023 that consider how to turn common security tools into potentially malicious w…
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We are finding it increasingly harder to enjoy actually coding for web dev projects nowadays. What changed during the time that we were developers? Have we become bored of the web dev routine, or did the environment change? Join us as we name the complicated issues we have with web dev anno 2024. Here are a few of the many points we discuss: Depend…
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Cuáles son las heridas o sensibilidades que más no afectan ¿Nos hemos puesto a analizarlo? Andamos por la vida tocando teclas que nos encienden, o miradas que nos coartan y sin saber el porqué. Hoy Claudia y Billy, Ines, Cuáles son las heridas o sensibilidades que más no afectan ¿Nos hemos puesto a analizarlo? Andamos por la vida tocando teclas que…
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In this episode, we explore the cognitive effects of cold water on divers, balancing our understanding of temperature's impact with last week's discussion on heat. While physiological effects of cold water, like decompression sickness, are well-documented, the cognitive implications are less known but equally important, particularly for divers in c…
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In this podcast episode, we explore the often-overlooked impact of weather, particularly heat, on divers' cognitive and physical abilities. Despite the common perception that warm temperatures are ideal for vacations, studies reveal significant cognitive impairment in individuals exposed to heat, especially without air conditioning. From decreased …
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In the new season we start things off with a spicy topic: development caution. Tim Cain (game dev and director, known for Fallout 1 & 2, Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines and The Outer Worlds) brought this topic up in a video/vlog where he highlights some of his discoveries in the office. The developers he worked with seemed extremely cautious o…
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Ya han sido tres temporadas que hemos recorrido conociendo el error favorito de varios de nuestros invitados inspirando y dejándonos grandes enseñanzas, en este RECAP podrás conocer los errores de algunos de ellos. Gracias a todos por abrirnos su corazón, contarnos sus historias y errores. Si aún no has visto los episodios completo aquí lo puedes d…
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In this podcast episode, we delve into the contentious debates within the diving community, focusing on the half turn back of tank valves as a prime example. Exploring a recent Facebook group discussion with diverse opinions, ranging from staunch supporters to strong opponents, the episode delves into the broader issue of anchoring bias in scuba di…
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In this podcast episode, we delve into the crucial role of mistakes in the learning process, drawing parallels between human learning and artificial intelligence. Reflecting on the challenges of learning to dive, the narrative emphasizes the importance of trial and error, highlighting that making mistakes is an inherent part of improvement. The epi…
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There’s a lot of talk about using AI and LLM in security. For example, could ChatGPT detect the vulnerable spots for power for analysis in particular pieces of code using Advanced Encryption Standard? Witold Waligora, CEO of CloudVA, talks about his Black Hat Europe presentation, How We Taught ChatGPT-4 to Break mbedTLS AES With Side-Channel Attack…
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my name's nick holmes and THIS is the error bar: a podcast about brain science & statistics that's nothing like any other podcast about brain science & statistics. this month's episode reveals the final truth about why men's and women's brains are so very similar or different, and I alog (it's like a blog, but its auditory) about why the problem of…
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Ya han sido tres temporadas que hemos recorrido conociendo el error favorito de varios de nuestros invitados inspirando y dejándonos grandes enseñanzas, en este RECAP podrás conocer los errores de algunos de ellos. Gracias a todos por abrirnos su corazón, contarnos sus historias y errores. Síguenos en: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/@elrincon…
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In this podcast episode, we explore the challenge of bringing about change, emphasizing the importance of recognizing value in stories. Three compelling examples are discussed: a near-fatal diving incident due to an oxygen mix-up, a media company's critical review of a faulty rebreather incident, and a rural Indian village adopting latrines after w…
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Dive into the world of diving safety with insights from Gareth's blog on counterfactuals in this podcast episode. Jenny tackles common but unhelpful statements following accidents, such as "They should have paid more attention" and "They lacked situation awareness." The episode explores practical strategies for divers, focusing on increasing capaci…
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Why was Science on Trial [and Error] on a long break? What is coming in the new season? In this special Prequel episode, Kasia Kuzmicz-Kowalska opens up in a candid self-interview, addressing the reasons behind the extended break of the show. She reflects on her personal journey, navigating the challenges of completing her PhD while prioritizing he…
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In this new introduction get to know the host of Science on Trial [and Error], Kasia Kuzmicz-Kowalska, and find out more about the podcast. What's the idea behind the podcast? What can you expect from the new season that looks Beyond Academia? Our new lineup spans a broad spectrum of scientific careers, ensuring there's something for everyone. Allo…
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Tras dos episodios y su gran acogida hemos llegado al final de esta serie de RECAP. ¡Gracias por cada uno de sus lindos mensajes! Esperamos que este nuevo episodio le sea una curita al corazón. Esmeralda Pimentel - ¿Cómo abordar conversaciones incómodas? Claudia y Billy - ¿Cómo entender que no es justamente lo que creí? Kika Edgar - ¿Cómo lidiar co…
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In this podcast episode, Jenny shares a humorous yet insightful experience from assessing an instructor course, highlighting the common issue of miscommunication. The example involves a diver misinterpreting hand signals during a training exercise, leading to an unexpected outcome. She explores the challenge of ensuring clear communication, emphasi…
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Vendégünk dr. Köves Alexandra ökológiai közgazdász, a Zöld Egyenlőség podcast házigazdája (Corvinus) és Fertetics Mandy fenntarthatósági szakértő (Alternate). A témák: Hogyan lehet fenntartható egy vállalt – mit mond az elmélet és mit mond a gyakorlat? Tóth Gergely Valóban Felelős Válallata - teljes ez a lista? méret termék / szolgáltatás -> az ÜGY…
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You might think that internet connected cameras would be limited in use by a bad actor. Actually such devices can be an entry point into an organization, providing yet another means of accessing the internal network. Mohammad Waqas, a field CTO at Armis, spoke at SecTor 2023 about the threat posed by IoT and OT devices in future cyberwarfare and di…
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In this podcast episode, we explore a diving incident where two divers entered a wreck without laying a line, resulting in a challenging situation inside a room. We reflect on common responses that often follow such incidents, emphasizing the limitations of retrospective counterfactuals, where people tend to say what the divers "should have," "coul…
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¡Ustedes lo han hecho posible! Gracias por la aceptación del episodio anterior 👏❤️ En el episodio tendremos a Bárbara Morí - ¿Cómo ayudar a alguien que no puede ver una salida? Carla Cardona - ¿Cómo me sostengo ante la tormenta? Alan Estrada - ¿Qué hacer con el miedo? Saskia Niño De Rivera - ¿Cómo podemos generar paz desde nuestra individualidad? O…
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In this podcast episode, we explore the profound wisdom encapsulated in various quotes about learning from mistakes. Quotations from figures like Oscar Wilde, Samuel Levenson, and Mary Tyler Moore emphasize the importance of embracing errors as opportunities for growth. The discussion delves into the challenge of learning from near-misses and the c…
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In this podcast episode, Gareth reflects on the challenges of learning from near-misses, particularly in the context of recent tragic events involving the loss of the Titan submersible. The episode explores the biases that hinder our ability to analyze and learn from incidents, emphasizing the complexities of socio-technical systems and the difficu…
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Un episodio muy especial que estamos seguro que te va a encantar. Hemos recopilados todas las terapias que se han realizado en los episodios para que las tengas a la mano. Cecilia Ponce - ¿Cómo irte cuando debes irte? Rossana Nájera ¿Cómo perdonar a alguien que te hizo pedazos Marimar Vega - ¿Cómo encontrar mi dolor? Michelle Rodríguez - ¿Cómo pued…
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