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Hear all about functional programming in practice. We invite people working on hard industry problems to tell us how they are solving them, the tools they use, and what gets them up in the morning. Expect deep dives into Haskell, Nix, Rust, build systems, data engineering, AI, and more. We make it back to the surface too sometimes, to chat about engineering culture and the challenges of leadership in distributed teams.
 
Black people are not a monolith, but a composition of gifted individuals who possess a spectrum of creative ideas and beautiful perspectives. The purpose of the Black Composition Podcast is to analyze and reshape societal narratives through conversation and storytelling, creating an authentic platform for our stories and perspectives to be shared with the world.
 
Two artists, one conversation, infinite possibilities. Longtime friends Paul Maylone and Courtney Dowe join forces to share their musical compositions with each other and the world. Despite their starkly different personal histories, they try to help each other make sense of life… or at least find a little more inspiration within it. This podcast just might change the way you listen to everything else.
 
A podcast heavy on the art. We discuss art, being artists, and chat about what inspires us. We used to have regular chats about this stuff privately, but figured you might like to listen in. Whether you create art or enjoy consuming it, you'll probably find something of interest, and (hopefully) learn something.
 
This podcast provides unique view of both the creation and growth of startups as well as different technology topics thanks to the background of its hosts: Gonto has focused his career as VP of Growth & Marketing at product companies like Auth0, and Guido is CTO, CINO and co-founder of Wolox, a big software consulting agency.
 
Join the quest! Learn how composers and songwriters create music in this podcast hosted by Minneapolis composer Charlie McCarron. Whether you’re a music composition grad or simply an occasional noodler on a guitar, each guest has a new perspective for you on the creative process of composing and songwriting, along with some concrete ideas to apply to your own music.
 
Welcome to Prolific: A Podcast Journey through Rhetoric, Composition, and Technical Communication. This podcast is meant for graduate students in these fields who feel a little overwhelmed by all of the names of people—not to mention their works—that we're supposed to know. In other words, this podcast is for students looking to learn more about the world they're entering. This is my first podcast, so the quality will increase as I familiarize myself with my voice, the material, and the soft ...
 
Borut Savski in Milan Kristl O analogic?ni kompoziciji: Analogic?na kompozicija je osnova dramaturskega pristopa dveh avtorjev, ki je sicer improvizacija, vendar s predvidenim in predsestavljenim instrumentarijem. Razteza se med strukturo in de-strukturo - torej c?asovno: med trenutkom in konstruiranim (sestavljenim, zaporednim) c?asom. C?e je soc?asje (sinhronost) sodelovanja dveh avtorjev ena od osnov - torej: vzporejanje - je druga v razporejanju (v zaporedja) - v podrobnem je to ritmizir ...
 
Objective:The objective of this workshop is to provide the participants basic concepts in using a handy DV camera with simple accessories to record the teaching practice and upload the recorded video to LTTC video database for self reflection and/or collaborative commentating. Production of Teaching Practice Video involves:1. Preparation: Get permission to videotape on school property. Explain your project to the school administration. Be certain to explain to the school that you are creatin ...
 
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Three core developers from the Haskell linear types team are on this show: Arnaud Spiwack, Richard Eisenberg and Krzysztof Gogolewski. They have conceived, reviewed and implemented the Haskell linear types extension that is shipped with the latest compiler version. Linear types allow to express that a function uses an argument exactly once in its t…
 
This episode's guest is Doug Beardsley, also known as mightybyte, director of engineering at Kadena, a blockchain company that uses Haskell in production. Doug is one of the few software engineering leaders who have used Haskell and advanced functional programming techniques in production systems for a long time at various companies. If you are int…
 
We often use pre-built software binaries and trust that they correspond to the program we want. But nothing assures that these binaries were really built from the program's sources and reasonable built instructions. Common, costly supply chain attacks exploit this to distribute malicious software. Trustix, a tool developed by Tweag's Adam Höse, est…
 
The Haskell Language Server (HLS) has shown how powerful the wealth of compile time information is that Haskell brings combined with instant feedback. For many, it is now a standard component of their development workflow. The HLS runs a complex, finely tuned machinery that handles large amounts of data about files, expressions, types and more, syn…
 
Ekua Bransah, Gabe Gauisbayode, Amaria Jones, and Tyrese Glover go over their roles in the Creative Process of the Short Film Mnemonic directed by yours truly. Follow us on Instagram : @TheBlackComposition https://www.instagram.com/theblackcomposition/Black Composition による
 
In this episode, Rok Garbas interviews Théophane Hufschmitt who is implementing a content addressed storage for Nix. Théophane explains why this feature is so useful to have for build systems and why he started working on it. He also gives a glimpse into what working with the core Nix C++ codebase feels like. Nix packages are usually addressed by t…
 
Subsumption, the process of figuring out whether one type is the subtype of another, is fundamental to GHC's type checker and was recently changed. In this episode, Richard Eisenberg explains what subtypes are, how subsumption works, and why some previously accepted programs will soon start to be rejected by GHC. He then talks about how these chang…
 
Haskell's random library has provided an interface to pseudo-random number generation for non-cryptographic applications since the Haskell 98 report. Over the last years there hasn't been much development activity on the library despite well-known quality and performance problems. Alexey Kuleshevich's blog post comparing the performance of pseudo-r…
 
In this episode of Black Composition, I have a conversation with Author, Writer, Poet, and just all-around creative, Matthew Vaughn as we discuss his new Book "All These Words... The gathering of Self-evident truths" as well as other topics pertaining to social media and the toxic culture we live in today. Vaughn opens up about his personal life as…
 
“Black Men don’t protect Black women” is a phrase that had been circulating the internet a few months ago. With the Death of Breonna Taylor, Oluwatoyin (Toyin) Salau, and videos of Black Men abusing Women on the internet, it seems that the narrative of Black men being abusive, disrespectful, and hateful towards Black Women is not an over-generaliza…
 
Do Black People Play the Victim? Do We Own A Card that shifts blame off of us and onto society? Is their such a thing as "Black Privilege"? In this episode of Black Composition Me, Lamon, Flash, Gabe, and Ruck discuss Victimhood as well as our own experiences with the "Black Card".Fon による
 
Videos of Lifeless Black bodies, as well as displays of police brutality, has flooded the internet sparking movements as well as a public outcry for justice. The question is, what’s the cost of an upload? In this episode of Black Composition, Fon and guests Lamon, Gabe, Ruck, and Flash dig deep into "camera culture" as well as its effect on society…
 
Richard, Dave, and David discuss conceptualism. Is all art conceptual? Should it be? What IS with that banana?! Duchamp, Father of Conceptual Art - https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2014/oct/09/marcel-duchamp-exhibition-celebrate-father-conceptual-art Retinal Art - http://www.artandpopularculture.com/Retinal_art Impressionism - https://www.t…
 
Richard, Dave, and David discuss realism in art. Or do they? Find Dave: https://davidsallen.com Plato’s Republic, Chapter X - https://www.gutenberg.org/files/1497/1497-h/1497-h.htm The Greek Miracle - https://www.baltimoresun.com/news/bs-xpm-1992-11-29-1992334243-story.html Nike at the Louvre - https://www.louvre.fr/en/oeuvre-notices/winged-victory…
 
In this Mortar session, Dave Presents Numbers in Color by Jasper Johns This makes more sense if you have the image in front of you while listening: https://bit.ly/numbersincolor I Saw the Figure 5 in Gold - https://www.metmuseum.org/en/art/collection/search/488315 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/brickyard-composition/message…
 
Horror Stories! Dave, Richard, and David discuss them. Hopefully you are amused. Find Dave: https://davidsallen.com Fred Torres - https://news.artnet.com/market/david-lachapelle-sues-former-dealer-fred-torres-for-28-million-78001 Peter Selz - http://arthistorians.info/selzp Unregulated Art Market - http://people.stern.nyu.edu/wgreene/entertainmenta…
 
Dave, Richard, and David discuss art collecting. David Griffin - http://landmarkbranding.com/who-we-are/ 15 Negatives - https://15negatives.com/ Hans Hoffman - http://www.hanshofmann.org/about Realism - https://www.theartstory.org/movement/realism/ Surrealism - https://www.theartstory.org/movement/surrealism/ Louis Comfort Tiffany - https://en.wiki…
 
The Brickyard Compositors discuss COVID-19's possible effect on the art world, virtual exhibitions, etc. Also, they're joined by special guest David Griffin, who (spoiler alert) will become a regular on the podcast. Corona Virus - https://www.who.int/health-topics/coronavirus#tab=tab_1 Hong Kong Basel - https://www.theartnewspaper.com/news/vip-virt…
 
Richard & Dave discuss possible definitions for "art" and "craft" and how they are different. Dave really tries to push his definition for "Art." He won't shut up about it. The Arts and Crafts Movement - https://www.theartstory.org/movement/arts-and-crafts/ John James Audubon - https://www.audubon.org/birds-of-america Meret oppenheim (fur-lined tea…
 
Richard and Dave discuss the comment "my kid could do that" as a response to seemingly simple art. Spoiler: your kid probably couldn't. Mondrian - https://www.theartstory.org/artist/mondrian-piet/ Mondrian and aesthetics study - https://www.academia.edu/1203303/Personality_and_the_aesthetics_of_composition_A_study_of_Mondrian_and_Hirst De Kooning’s…
 
Richard and Dave discuss artist statements. Why are they always so awful? Do they need to be awful? Arty Bollocks https://www.artybollocks.com/ Artist Statement Guidelines https://www.gyst-ink.com/artist-statement-guidelines Morris Graves and Mark Rothko Statements http://www.art-quotes.com/auth_search.php?authid=857#.XmaiSpNKiV4 https://www.rothko…
 
Richard and Dave discuss controversial banana art (at Art Basel Miami). Maurizio Cattelan - https://www.perrotin.com/artists/Maurizio_Cattelan/2#images The Comedian - https://news.artnet.com/art-world/maurizio-cattelan-banana-explained-1732773 Marcel Duchamp - https://www.theartstory.org/artist/duchamp-marcel/ Fountain - https://press.philamuseum.o…
 
This is the second part of the improve internal communication and collaboration episode. Before listening to this episode, please check out the episode we published the week before. If your company is going through exponential growth and doubling size every year, creating and keeping alignment across the growing organization becomes really hard. In…
 
If your company is going through exponential growth and doubling size every year, creating and keeping alignment across the growing organization becomes really hard. In this 2 part episode we’ll discuss different strategies and tactics that both Wolox and Auth0 implemented to improve internal communications and cross team collaboration. We’ll first…
 
The most important asset of any company is its people. A company can’t perform well if the people that work there aren’t happy and productive. In this episode, we’ll learn how to better work with your direct reports to make sure they’re happy, focused and productive. We’ll first talk about 1:1s. We’ll discuss how they should be structured, how ofte…
 
In this episode we’ll talk about what transparency is, and how you can apply it in a succesful way in your organization. We’re going to share some of the pitfalls we’ve both had as we implemented it with some solutions. Key Learnings In the first section we’ll talk about why and how you need to educate people before being transparent. In the second…
 
In this episode we’ll be talking about how to improve the interactions between the design/ux org and the rest of the organization. We’ll be sharing different problems that came up as Auth0 and Wolox scaled and solutions that were implemented. Key Learnings: We’ll first start with a sum up of the genesis and evolution of the design/ux org in Wolox a…
 
In this episode, we’re going to talk about how learning evolves throughout the years. At first, when you’re a junior marketer/developer, you’re like a sponge trying to learn every new shiny things. But is that good for your whole career? Does that change? How? In this episode, we’re going to try to answer those questions! We’ll first talk about hyp…
 
Hello, Prolific listenters! This episode is a rebroadcast as I move the RSS feed over to a better, easier-to-manage podcast hosting platform. Feel free to disregard or give it a listen. This episode marked the move to a longer, more conversational model, and it covers some of the major ideas and works from Carolyn Miller, a scholar truly worthy of …
 
We’ve separated this episode into 4 sections. In each of them we’ll be explaining different issues that might arise when you move from being an individual contributor (IC) to both a manager as well as a manager of managers. In each section, Guido and Gonto will be sharing some of the solutions they’ve found that worked for them, as well as some exa…
 
This episode is all about scaling a company. We’ll learn about the experiences of Auth0, which went from 0 to 300 employees in 4.5 years and Wolox, which went from 0 to 180 in 6 years. Key Learnings: * We’ll start talking about different strategies and tactics that can be used to keep and enforce the culture and core values. * We’ll move to talk ab…
 
Hello and welcome to yet another episode of Prolific: A Podcast Journey Through Rhetoric, Composition, and Technical Communication. For this episode, we’re focusing on multimodal composition and multimodality. Now, unlike prior episodes, the bulk of the resources and concepts are discussed in the actual discussion part of the episode (if you’re new…
 
Welcome to another episode of Prolific! Continuing our series on different movements within composition studies, this time around, we’re focusing on feminism! As usual, the beginning of this episode runs through the history of feminism as it’s been implemented into composition, going over key articles and people within that scholarship. The latter …
 
Hello! After two years, Prolific: A Podcast Journey Through Rhetoric, Composition, and Technical Communication makes its triumphant return—and with a new format! This time, the episodes will cover a specific movement within the field, followed by a rundown of crucial texts in the field, key folks in that movement, and then a conversation about that…
 
It’s finally here. Four years and 166 episodes later, we’ve arrived at the finale of the Composer Quest podcast. Before I get too sappy about it, I want to let you know what you’ll be in for in this monster episode. It rounds out the end of my world tour, after my journey home to Minnesota. This episode is definitely one for the fans; most of my in…
 
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