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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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 does a data scientist do? How does the work environment in a start-up contrast with that in academia? What challenges await those who switch scientific disciplines? How to stay involved with the scientific community beyond academia? The typical academic path involves numerous transitions—changing projects, labs, and institutes. Mobility is not…
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When critical infrastructure is shut down due to ransomware or some other malicious attack, who gets notified and when? Chris Warner, from GuidePoint Security, discusses the upcoming Cyber Incident Reporting for Critical Infrastructure Act or CIRCIA and what it will mean for critical infrastructure organizations.…
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There's no brain news this month, but i take this unique opportunity to provide the first of my three part critique of - some parts of - the Open Science movement. This episode focusses on p-circling & reverse p-hacking. These two pejorative terms describe situations where scientists who *don't like* a particular reported effect, then decide to sea…
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In this episode, we explore the often overlooked gap between how work is envisioned and how it actually gets done. Imagine crafting the perfect set of procedures for a job, only to face the realities of limited resources, budget constraints, and differing perspectives from those actually performing the tasks. This misalignment between "Work as Imag…
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The podcast delves into the issue of ignoring diving standards, highlighting the potential consequences and influencing behaviors within the industry. Despite the prerequisite for Rescue Diver certification before starting Divemaster training, some i nstructors overlook this standard for various reasons, from ignorance to time pressure or complacen…
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Recibimos a Odalys Ramírez quien nos comparte su fascinante trayectoria, nos revela los desafíos y logros que ha enfrentado a lo largo de su carrera y su maternidad como mamá de dos hijos. No te pierdas esta conversación íntima y reveladora con una de las figuras más queridas de la televisión mexicana. ====== Síguenos en nuestras Redes Sociales: 👉 …
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The allure of SCUBA diving offers unparalleled opportunities for underwater exploration but also comes with inherent risks that demand respect and understanding. This podcast, summarizing a conversation between industry experts, delves into the critical aspects of risk management and incident reporting in diving. Understanding the risks, the role o…
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In this podcast episode, we delve into the psychological impact of diving incidents, particularly focusing on the development of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) within the diving community. While physical injuries from diving accidents are well-documented, psychological trauma often goes unnoticed and untreated. Research suggests that a signi…
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En este episodio, nos acompaña la talentosa Ana Layevska, una actriz ucraniana de ascendencia rusa que ha desarrollado su carrera artística en México. Nos abre su corazón y comparte su profunda lucha interna con sus demonios, revelando cómo ha aprendido a enfrentar y aceptar la pérdida. Una conversación íntima y poderosa que nos invita a reflexiona…
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In this podcast episode, we explore who should be driving change in the diving industry, drawing inspiration from quotes by George Bernard Shaw and Albert Einstein emphasizing the necessity of change for progress. While top-down leadership models are common, with executives setting the culture and direction, it's argued that true change often stems…
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In this podcast episode, we delve into the necessity of change, exploring why it's crucial and who should be driving it. Drawing insights from Winston Churchill's quote, "To improve is to change, to be perfect is to change often," we examine how change is an inherent part of life and essential for progress. While some resist change due to comfort o…
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En el episodio de esta semana, contamos con la presencia de Faisy, reconocido conductor de televisión y radio y talentoso actor. En esta plática, Faisy nos abre su corazón sobre su lucha interna desde la infancia, cuando tuvo que asumir el rol de "hombre de la casa". Descubriremos cómo estas palabras marcaron su vida y moldearon su camino. No te pi…
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In this podcast episode, we explore the pitfalls of using "shoulda, woulda, coulda" in discussions about diving mistakes and accidents, emphasizing the need for constructive language and learning-oriented approaches. Drawing from real-life diving scenarios, we highlight how counterfactual responses hinder progress and fail to address the root cause…
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In this podcast episode, we draw parallels between aviation and diving safety, emphasizing the importance of human factors and non-technical skills in preventing accidents. Reflecting on a tragic airplane crash, we explore hazardous attitudes commonly seen in both industries and propose antidotes to mitigate their risks. From anti-authority to resi…
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When an enterprise network goes down, you call in the Incident Response team and they do forensics. When your SCADA goes down, who do you call? Meet Lesley Carhart, technical director of incident response at Dragos, who focuses on products and services for the non standard part of cybersecurity. That means things like performing digital forensics o…
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María León, una destacada cantante, bailarina, actriz y compositora mexicana, nos cuenta sobre su vida y carrera multifacética. Ha dejado una huella indeleble en la escena musical. Además, incursionó en la actuación en la serie 'Guerra de ídolos', de Telemundo y Netflix, en 2016. Acompáñanos mientras exploramos los altibajos de su trayectoria, su p…
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In this podcast episode, we delve into the dynamics of mentoring in the diving community, exploring how mentor-mentee relationships contribute to personal and professional growth. While traditionally seen as unequal, effective mentoring fosters mutual development, relying on trust, vulnerability, and constructive feedback from both parties. Mentors…
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In this podcast episode, we explore the concept of leadership in diving beyond traditional roles like Divemasters and Instructors. Leadership in diving involves guiding a team towards a common goal, prioritizing communication and maintaining situational awareness. Through real-life scenarios, we see how leadership can shift within a dive group, wit…
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What does a CSO of a biotech company do on a day-to-day basis? How much truth lies behind the common stereotypes about working in the biotech industry? What can make you stand out as a candidate for a biotech industry job? Step into the dynamic world of biotech with our latest episode as we debunk common myths and uncover the realities of working i…
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Nos sumergimos en la vida y la lucha interna de Johanna, talentosa actriz colombiana. Descubre la historia detrás de la fachada pública mientras Johanna comparte su viaje personal, incluida su batalla con la bulimia y su constante búsqueda de control. Una conversación reveladora sobre la fuerza y la vulnerabilidad detrás de la figura pública. =====…
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In this podcast episode, we delve into the crucial role of effective communication and trust in scientific diving. Communication underwater is essential for safety, coordination, and data collection, but it comes with its challenges, including language barriers and equipment limitations like Full Face Masks and helium distortion. Various methods su…
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In this podcast episode, we explore the importance of Human Factors training in the diving industry, drawing parallels with its significance in aviation. A firsthand account reveals how insurance premiums reflect the recognition of this training's value, emphasizing the shift from blaming individuals to fostering a culture of learning for safety im…
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This is a story about how organizations are moving their SCADA systems to the cloud and how they need to secure them or they’ll be attacked. Chris Doman, co-founder and CTO of Cado Security discusses the new NSC guidelines on SCADA in the Cloud and whether the guidelines are prescriptive enough.Robert Vamosi
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Una mujer que es realmente capaz de TODO, esa es Sof Aragón. Actriz, modelo, escritora, conferencista, conductora, celebridad y ex-reina de belleza mexicana, un orgullo para nuestros mexicanos. Hoy nos abre su corazón, nos cuenta su proceso, sus grandes sueños y cómo trabaja para lograrlos. ====== Síguenos en nuestras Redes Sociales: 👉 El rincón de…
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In this episode, we delve into the concept of learning loops in scuba diving, inspired by the works of Chris Argyris and Donald Schön. We explore single-loop learning, focusing on immediate problem-solving like fixing a malfunctioning buoyancy control device (BCD), and double-loop learning, which involves analyzing underlying issues such as calibra…
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In this episode, we explore the dynamics of teamwork in diving, emphasizing that although diving may not be a traditional team sport, divers typically operate in teams to ensure safety underwater. Key factors in team development include communication, shared goals, and role clarity. Whether diving with familiar partners or strangers, effective comm…
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Wishlisht Demon's Mirror on Steam! We're shaking things up a bit as we welcome a friend and indie game developer to the podcast, Frederic Tarabout (ex-Dreamworks, creator of Batbarian, pusher of pixels)! In this episode, we're diving headfirst into the world of indie game development. Frederic will take us on a journey through his unique career pat…
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Con un verdadero REBELDE, activista y un gran ejemplo para las nuevas generaciones damos inicio a nuestra cuarta temporada. ¡Christian, gracias por abrirnos tu corazón, dar un mensaje de reconciliación con nosotros mismos e inspirar a cientos! ====== Síguenos en nuestras Redes Sociales: 👉 El rincón de los Errores Instagram: https://www.instagram.co…
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In this episode, we delve into the complexities of dive training agency standards and the challenges faced by instructors in evaluating student performance. While standards outline specific skills, determining their mastery isn't always straightforward. New instructors, lacking experience and nuanced judgment, often prioritize efficiency over thoro…
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What's with all the rage about these "minimal" frameworks? It seems like almost every day you wake up, there's an announcement for a new framework... and it's driving us nuts! Listen to us try and dissect the confusing situation of the framework landscape of web dev in the year 2024. Why did we even start using frameworks? Is this all just bandwago…
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Hola a tod@as! Estoy de vuelta con un episodio sobre emuladores, apertura de apple en Europa de tiendas alternativas y poca cosa mas. Que sepáis que sigo aquí y os echo de menos! Si queréis comentar cualquier cosa referente al episodio, os ruego lo hagáis siguiendo los métodos de contacto habituales: Twitter: @ErrorDeHardware Email: errordehardware…
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In this episode, we reflect on the tragic death of a fellow diver and the tendency within the diving community to rush to conclusions and assign blame rather than focusing on learning from incidents. Highlighting the need for a shift towards a more transparent and constructive approach, Gareth introduces The Human Diver's "Learning Review Guide in …
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If you knock down an email server, you could stand up a parallel server or you could find workarounds. If you knock down a factory floor, there is no real parallel, alternative to a factory floor. Dane Grace, product manager at Brinqa talks about how the risks to OT carries with it an outsized kinetic response in the real world. For example, what w…
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In this episode, we confront the harsh reality of diving accidents and the lack of transparency within the diving community regarding incident reporting and analysis. Reflecting on a recent tragedy involving a colleague, we emphasize the importance of learning from mistakes rather than engaging in speculation and blame. Unlike other sports, diving …
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In this podcast episode, we delve into the complexities of diving instruction and the pressures to rush through courses without adequate skill consolidation. The author reflects on a student who quickly progressed from one course to another, raising concerns about the thoroughness of training and readiness for advanced dives. Despite the instructor…
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What does a Human Factors Engineer do? What can lead to a decision to exit academia, and what can drive someone to share their transition publicly? What are the do's & don'ts of job hunting? Our guest is Ashley Ruba - an American researcher, currently working as a Human Factors Engineer at Arthrex. Ashley is also a founder of After Academia, a coac…
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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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