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Breaking Britain is a podcast produced by the Europe's Borderlands Research Group at the European and International Studies Department in King's College London. Hosted by Russell Foster and Alex Clarkson, it will explore the pressures unravelling the unity of Britain and reopening the future of the island of Ireland in a European context. In each episode we will discuss the challenges reshaping a disunited kingdom as well as a wary republic with scholars and commentators who can provide expe ...
 
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Your Place in the Story, Pt. 3 - Here's the Script; Have Fun! by Matthew Clark | One Thousand Words https://www.matthewclark.net/mcwordpress/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/OTW_S3-E25-Heres-the-Script-Have-Fun.mp3 We live in a world that has lost its story. We’ve been trained since the Enlightenment Movement beginning in the 1700s to see the world as me…
 
On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast you’ll meet Laryssa Kwoczak. Laryssa began keeping bees as a hobby in Philadelphia 10 years ago. She caught "bee fever" almost immediately and just a few years later moved across the country to take a job at an apiary in Hawaii. For the next 5 years, she worked for a commercial apiary caring for bee…
 
In this podcast, John DesJardin, Chief Technology Officer at Hazelcast, met with InfoQ podcast co-host Thomas Betts to discuss the idea of continuous intelligence. This is a paradigm shift from traditional business intelligence, and relies on a corresponding move from batch-based ETL and reporting to continuous processing of streaming data. Althoug…
 
On today’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet meet Elaine Vandiver. In her own words, Elaine became a farmer by happenstance. After moving out to a 10-acre parcel of land with her husband near Walla Wall, Washington in 2013 looking for a fresh start Elaine accidentally turned their old homestead’ with 2 llama into an alpaca and cut flo…
 
On today’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet meet Colah B. Tawkin. A mom, comedian, Host of the renowned podcast Black in the Garden, and lifelong nature-lover, Colah draws on the strength of her ancestors and her awe-inspiring range of life experiences as she becomes the ultimate “plantrepreneur.” In a world where all the garden fair…
 
For the past half decade, British political parties and state institutions have struggled to formulate a new geopolitical role for the United Kingdom. Faced with the twin challenges of departure from the European Union and internal pressure on the unity of the British state, the UK government has recently set out an integrated review of foreign and…
 
On this bonus episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet Jennifer Web. Jen is Local Line’s Customer Success Manager, leading their success and support teams. She loves chatting with local producers in both Canada and the US and helping them grow their businesses. She works closely with Local Line customers, including Melissa Ballard from Blueg…
 
On today’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet Melissa Ballard. Melissa lives and farms in the beautiful Bluegrass State of Kentucky, along with her husband, Josh, who is also a veterinarian. If you had told Melissa 20 years ago that she would be raising and selling grass fed beef for a living, she would have laughed. But life is funny …
 
In this podcast Ron Pressler, technical lead for Project Loom at Oracle, sat down with InfoQ podcast co-host Charles Humble to discuss the project and its forerunner Quasar. Topics include the differences between concurrency and parallelism; what virtual threads are; current issues with JVM concurrency; the Loom developer experience; pluggable sche…
 
Your Place in the Story, Pt. 2 - A Beautiful New Name by Matthew Clark | One Thousand Words https://www.matthewclark.net/mcwordpress/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/OTW_S3-E24-Your-Place-in-the-Story-A-Beautiful-New-Name.mp3 Last week, I talked about how everybody does liturgies – in and outside the church. If we think broadly of a liturgy as any shared…
 
On today’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet Becca Matthews. Becca, along with her husband, own and operate Hidden Hollow sheep dairy in southern Idaho. After two years of milking sheep for soap, lotion, cheese and butter for her family, Becca decided she wanted to expand. They are now remodeling the dairy so they can process their mi…
 
Your Place in the Story, Pt. 1 - *or Anybody Want a Peanut? by Matthew Clark | One Thousand Words https://www.matthewclark.net/mcwordpress/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/OTW_S3-E23-Anybody-want-a-peanut.mp3 Can you finish this movie quote for me? If I say, “Stop rhyming, I mean it!” What do you say? “Anybody want a peanut?” Or how about this one: If I …
 
On today’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet Ashley Clark. Ashley, her husband Ben, and their son Wilder strive to live simply and fully on their 68 acre maple farm, Sacred Roots Maple located in upstate New York. Sacred Roots Maple was established by the Clark’s in 2016 but their roots go much deeper than that. The sap collected to m…
 
The container runtime is software that executes containers and manages container images. Today, when many people think about a container runtime, they're likely thinking of Docker. However, Docker is more a set of tools for building, packaging, sharing, and running a container via Docker Daemon that then makes syscalls to another tool like containe…
 
Peter and His Person Record Swim Time by Nicole Kelley | One Thousand Words https://www.matthewclark.net/mcwordpress/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/OTW_S3-E22-Nicole-Kelley-Peter.mp3 Nicole Kelley www.nicolekelleymusic.com I like to describe Nicole’s music as a mix between Rich Mullins and Lori McKenna. There’s also definitely a bit of Sara Groves in t…
 
Today, on my 100th episode - I want to share with you some of the biggest lessons and takeaways I’ve learned in the last two years - as well as answer an important question I received from the Patrons of the Podcast. For full show notes including links in today's show, head on over to WildRoseFarmer.com https://wildrosefarmer.com/100 Get Patron-Onl…
 
In March 2021, the UK government released an integrated review of foreign and defence policy outlining the strategic foundations for its interactions with the wider world. In this week's episode with Bleddyn Bowen, we will discuss how the UK's geopolitical position on the global stage is being affected by pressures on the unity of the British state…
 
God's Friends Getting Stuff Done by Matthew Clark | One Thousand Words https://www.matthewclark.net/mcwordpress/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/OTW_S3-E21-Gods-Friends-Getting-Stuff-Done.mp3 Did I ever tell you about the time I was stranded in the middle of Kansas with two flat tires? If I have, it’s a story worth retelling. It was in the middle of my y…
 
The Open Policy Agent is used for policy decision-making across the stack. In the case of Kubernetes, it is often used as an admission controller to protect the API Server with dynamic rules that don’t require recompilation to introduce. Today on the InfoQ Podcast, Wes Reisz speaks with Tim Hinrichs and Torin Sandall (two of the Open Policy Agent P…
 
On today's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you'll meet Mickey Willenbring. Mickey is a Lakota-Puerto Rican combat veteran, mother, activist, and champion of Indigenous food sovereignty. She retired from a life in the US Army to become a rancher focusing on sustainable livestock production in Scio, Oregon. There she raises heritage breeds of she…
 
An overview of how the InfoQ editorial team sees the Software Architecture and Design topic evolving in 2021, with a focus on what architects are designing for today.Read a transcript of this interview: https://bit.ly/3uQX9fDSubscribe to our newsletters:- The InfoQ weekly newsletter: bit.ly/24x3IVq- The Software Architects’ Newsletter [monthly]: ww…
 
On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast you'll meet Abra Morawiec. Abra is one half of the team at Feisty Acres located in the North Fork of Long Island, New York. Abra and her partner Chris grow and care for pasture raised game birds and specialty poultry. We chat about the different unique birds they raise as well as discuss the topic o…
 
Dear Friend, A Letter by Matthew Clark | One Thousand Words https://www.matthewclark.net/mcwordpress/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/OTW_S3-E20-Dear-Friend-A-Letter.mp3 Dear Friend, I’m writing this to you from the blue chair by the bookcase in my room in Mississippi. I can hear the soft hush of the A/C unit and it’s reminding me to breathe in and breat…
 
On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet Megan Throckmorton Harris. This wife, mama, and farmers market manager has had passion for agriculture for as long as she can remember. From planting gardens with her Granny, to working cattle on her uncle's farm, to where she is today on her beautiful farm in North Carolina, Megan has …
 
Easter: Secret Strength & Deeper Magic by Matthew Clark | One Thousand Words https://www.matthewclark.net/mcwordpress/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/OTW_S2-E22-Easter-Secret-Strength-Deeper-Magic.mp3 The following is a version edited for length of the full length article, “Easter in the Liturgical Year” by the late Fr. Alexander Schmemann. In the cente…
 
In this podcast Anurag Gupta, founder and CEO of Shoreline.io, sat down with InfoQ podcast host Daniel Bryant and discussed: the role of DevOps and site reliability engineering (SRE), day 2 operations, and the importance of building observability into applications and platforms.Read a transcript of this interview: https://bit.ly/3mdMSHaSubscribe to…
 
Holy Week: Easter Sunday by Matthew Clark & Friends | One Thousand Words https://www.matthewclark.net/mcwordpress/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/OTW_S2-E21-Holy-Week-Easter-Sunday.mp3 John 20:11-18 But Mary stood outside the tomb weeping. As she wept, she bent down and looked into the tomb. And she saw two angels in white sitting where Jesus’ body had …
 
Holy Week: Saturday, The gift of the quiet in-between by Matthew Clark & Friends | One Thousand Words https://www.matthewclark.net/mcwordpress/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/OTW_S2-E20-Holy-Week-Saturday-The-gift-of-the-quiet-in-between.mp3 Today is a strange day, isn’t it? What do we do with today? It’s this empty, weird time just sort of suspended be…
 
On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet Marcia Cripps. Marcia is agronomist, licensed Pest Control Advisor and has recently moved back to her home state of Michigan to work with potato growers. We chat about Marcia’s journey into the field of agronomy and how she hopes to inspire and connect others, specifically women, to the…
 
Holy Week: Good Friday by Matthew Clark & Friends | One Thousand Words https://www.matthewclark.net/mcwordpress/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/OTW_S2-E19-Good-Friday.mp3 Today is Crucifixion Day, Good Friday. Today we can’t pretend anymore that everything will be okay, we can’t be idealists and act like people will simply improve. While being led to Go…
 
Holy Week: Maundy Thursday by Matthew Clark & Friends | One Thousand Words https://www.matthewclark.net/mcwordpress/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/OTW_S2-E18-Holy-Week-Maundy-Thursday.mp3 John 13:3-5,34 Because Jesus knew that the Father had handed all things over to him, and that he had come from God and was going back to God, 4 he got up from the mea…
 
This week the Breaking Britain Podcast looks at how Unionism as a political identity and Britishness as a cultural identity have been affected by the growing pressures on the unity of the United Kingdom. Though independence movements have grown in Wales as well as Scotland and debates over Irish unification have gained momentum, political Unionism …
 
Holy Week: Wednesday, Mary does a beautiful thing by Matthew Clark & Friends | One Thousand Words https://www.matthewclark.net/mcwordpress/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/OTW_S2-E17-Holy-Week-Wednesday-Mary-does-a-beautiful-thing.mp3 Mark 14:3-11 Now while Jesus was in Bethany at the house of Simon the leper, reclining at the table, a woman came with an…
 
Holy Week: Tuesday, Remembering Abraham by Matthew Clark & Friends | One Thousand Words https://www.matthewclark.net/mcwordpress/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/OTW_S2-E16-Holy-Week-Tuesday-Remembering-Abraham.mp3 Genesis 22: 1-18 [God] said to him, “Abraham!” “Here I am!” Abraham replied. God said, “Take your son—your only son, whom you love, Isaac—and…
 
Holy Week: Monday, Cleansing the Temple by Matthew Clark & Friends | One Thousand Words https://www.matthewclark.net/mcwordpress/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/OTW_S2-E15-Holy-Week_Monday-Cleansing-the-Temple.mp3 Luke 19:45-48 Then Jesus entered the temple courts and began to drive out those who were selling things there, saying to them, “It is written…
 
Holy Week: Palm Sunday by Matthew Clark & Friends | One Thousand Words https://www.matthewclark.net/mcwordpress/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/OTW_S2-E14_Holy-Week-Palm-Sunday.mp3 Luke 9:51 Now when the days drew near for him to be taken up, Jesus set out resolutely to go to Jerusalem. Luke 19:35-44 … And throwing their garments on the colt they set Je…
 
In this podcast Matthew Clark, Head Of Architecture for the BBC's Digital Products, sat down with InfoQ podcast co-host Charles Humble and discussed: the new architecture for the BBC’s online services; the challenges of using Lambda functions including cold start-up, function chaining, debugging and setting the memory profile; the role of DevOps an…
 
This week, the Breaking Britain Podcast will explore the often fraught relationship between the Republic of Ireland and the United Kingdom. Over the past century interactions between both states have suffered from tensions over issues of territorial integrity and national sovereignty. With the legacy of decades of violence in Northern Ireland as a …
 
Old Family Recipes by Matthew Clark | One Thousand Words https://www.matthewclark.net/mcwordpress/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/OTW_S3-E10-Old-Family-Recipes.mp3 Doctrine is a word that’s likely to scare folks off, isn’t it? But it just means right teaching. For instance, if we’re sitting around the Thanksgiving table and mom brings out Great Grandmot…
 
We’re celebrating The Rural Woman Podcast’s second anniversary with a Patron-Only episode with my dear friend Billi J. Miller. Billi was one of my very first interviews all the way back on episode 3 of the podcast. Billi is an author, photographer, speaker and writer from east-central Alberta, Canada. Previously a city-living, 9-5 Government worker…
 
In this podcast Ted Young, director of developer education at Lightstep, sat down with InfoQ podcast host Daniel Bryant and discussed: observability (and the three pillars), the OpenTelemetry CNCF sandbox project and the 1.0 release, and how to build an effective telemetry collection platform.Read a transcript of this interview: https://bit.ly/3eWq…
 
Stephanie Schiffgens is a mother, a wife, a shepherd, a farmer who runs Appletree Farm, a small diversified farm in the Willamette Valley, in Oregon. Stephanie is a first generation farmer in the US but is no stranger to agriculture as she grew up on a large scale produce farm in the South West of France. Stephanie shares with us how she spends day…
 
Several years ago, today's guest Michael Feathers published a book called Working Effectively with Legacy Code. This book introduced ways of wrangling large codebases. In the book, Feather's discussed leveraging unit tests to introduce--not only a validation of correctness but also-- documentation on a system's operation, ways to decouple/modulariz…
 
Man or Machine? (Or How to Relax a Little) by Matthew Clark | One Thousand Words https://www.matthewclark.net/mcwordpress/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/OTW_S3-E9-Man-or-Machine-or-How-to-Relax-a-Little.mp3 Occasionally you’ll hear a quote that sticks in your mind and you don’t even know why at the time. One such quote for me that I’m thinking of now w…
 
Bev Ross, Joy Farmer and co-host of the Drink and Farm podcast, moved her family from the desert suburbs of Phoenix, AZ to rural Ohio. There she's raising a variety of animals from donkeys to ducks and is growing fresh food to feed her family. Today we talk all about Bev’s journey to finding joy in farming and she shared her words of wisdom and gar…
 
On this episode of The Rural Woman Podcast you'll meet Siri Lorece. Siri is a vocalist, musician, urban grower, podcast host and registered yoga teacher. She spends her time cultivating her start-up urban family farm, Creative Arts Farm in Los Angeles, CA. Their farm mission is Sowing Seeds of Wellness through sustainability & self-care awareness. …
 
In this episode, recorded on 8 February 2021, we explore how tensions over the unity of the British state have affected debates over power and identity in Welsh society. With its own legislature, language and party landscape, Wales has evolved a unique political culture whose internal evolution has become increasingly affected by debates over indep…
 
Redecorating the Imagination with Hope by Matthew Clark | One Thousand Words https://www.matthewclark.net/mcwordpress/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/OTW_S3-E8-Redecorating-the-Imagination-with-Hope.mp3 There is a picture hanging on a certain wall in my house. It’s framed nicely and hung in a prominent place. It’s actually a fairly large photograph and …
 
In this episode of the InfoQ podcast Dr Phil Winder, CEO of Winder Research, sits down with InfoQ podcast co-host Charles Humble. They discuss: the history of Reinforcement Learning (RL); the application of RL in fields such as robotics and content discovery; scaling RL models and running them in production; and ethical considerations for RL.Read a…
 
We're wrapping up our #CdnAgDay series on The Rural Woman Podcast with a wife, mother and rancher from Nokomis SK. Krystal Nordick and her husband Troy raise commercial Targhee ewes and a Angus based cow herd. On today’s show Krystal shares with us why they chose to focus their energy on raising sheep in what is predominantly cattle country. We als…
 
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