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CTS 296: EXpanding Mist Mobility Field Day (MFD) is the traditional format of Mist product announcements. It’s no different for MFD7.



In the room with MFD delegates sits two new Juniper EX4100 network switches. Described to be deliver cloud-native telemetry data to improve Marvis and the AI-driven dashboard.



Speaking of Marvis, Mist announced an expansion with the Marvis Windows Client. This brings additional data to the dashboard from the client point-of-view. Not only that, Mist stated they would allow 3rd party integrations for additional telemetry data.



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CTS 297: Ruckus Gains Confidence Ruckus Networks unveils their latest logo of the iconic dog, creating a Ruckus. I couldn’t help noticing how much more confident the dog appeared. Is it possible to teach an old dog new tricks?



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But rather than stopping at connectivity, Ruckus goes beyond with analytics. Troubleshooting Wi-Fi issues can be challenging for lean IT teams. Ruckus analyzes the device connection to raise the issue in an easy to understand format for the operator, including visual representation.



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Ruckus finds new ways to innovate. We’ve seen many vendors pop up when it comes to IoT and 5G. Ruckus has a single access point which includes these radios.



It brings an advantage for them to provide a single platform for IoT, for example, where we would normally see disparate systems. Their IoT dashboard was quite extensive, integrating with systems such as Samsung SmartThings.



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* Creating a RUCKUS With a Purpose* Simplifying Large Shared Networks With Ruckus and Network Segmentation* Ruckus Cloud Service with Practical Artificial Intelligence for Networks* Ruckus Innovating at the Edge* Ruckus Next Generation Enterprise Network
CTS 298: MFD7 – FortiFi the Network https://youtu.be/2qYSKDN27zU




Fortinet is a security-based company pulling in $4.1B in revenue. And as you’d expect, they are securing Wi-Fi users differently from others.



Today, their customers are facing many challenges from sophisticated attacks, operational technology, work from anywhere, and the application journey.



Their vision is to reduce complexity and have rapid response.



There’s a convergence of networking and security.



Fortinet is releasing FortiLink NAC which allows Fortigate users to integrate a NAC solution without additional hardware.



Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning for the LAN is going to target operational challenges as Fortinet addresses challenges with too much to monitor to requiring a high level of expertise.



Check out what Fortinet had to say at Mobility Field Day 7 (MFD7).



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Fortinet videos from MFD7: https://techfieldday.com/appearance/fortinet-presents-at-mobility-field-day-7/
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In Conversation with Cy Vance - Cybersecurity Considerations in the Current Threat Landscape In this episode, Brian Hengesbaugh, Global Chair of Data Privacy and Security, is joined by Cy Vance, Global Chair of Cybersecurity based in New York, as they discuss the current cybersecurity threat landscape from a government, enforcement and litigation perspective. Listen in to hear about:   • Cy's background as the former Manhattan District Attorney for 12 years, including his experience focusing on cybersecurity issues and building the District Attorney Office's capability to address emerging threats to critical infrastructure • Key steps to prepare for and protect against cyber-attacks in this current threat environment • Ransomware payments and what factors organizations may want to consider from both public policy and practical perspectives in deciding whether to pay a ransomware actor
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24. SPECIAL FEATURE: ‘El Salvador's Bitcoin Experiment’ from Nothing is Foreign Earlier this year, the CBC's Nothing is Foreign podcast reported on how El Salvador's promise of a cryptocurrency paradise runs up against reality.
1: Setting the Scene for the Great Unbundling of the Car In this inaugural episode, we outline the key themes and issues we want to address in the show series including:1) Defining micromobility - what is it, where did it come from and why does it matter?2) The disruptive potential of micromobility. With this, we will unpack why the current fixation on autonomy with automobiles is misplaced, and what a distributed, connected robot of micromobility vehicles might look like.3) The great unbundling of the car - what does it mean, and why the micromobility was required to make multimodality a feasible unbundled option for travel.4) How the emergence of micro mobility tracks the development of the early days of computing, and why we’re still really in 1976 with the emergence of the Apple I.5) How disruption from the low end induces demand and drives such steep adoption curves. We also unpack why their scale will permit the development of large scale computation platforms, especially vs. traditional car platforms.6) The impact of the emergence of micromobility on infrastructure and how cities function.7) How the business models of this might emerge, how securitisation of the assets deployed will enable rapid deployment, and lay the foundations for tokenised solutions that align the interests of users, operators and investors together.We also hit Marchetti’s constant (time budgets for travel) and log normal distributions of travel time. We end on a thought experiment on how teleportation would change everything.
2: What is micromobility, how do we define it, and why is it disruptive? In this episode, we define the term micromobility and what is/isn’t in the categorisation. We run through:1) Why micromobility can be defined as utility focussed urban transport in sub 500kg vehicles, and predominantly electrically powered.2) The background of how Horace came to see micromobility’s potential to disrupt the automobile industry.3) Why e-bikes are some of the best city-based transportation mode option- hint: it’s the fastest way across town and can be parked anywhere.4) How to think about the categorisation of different types of micromobility devices, and why that matters.5) How the development of micromobility is paralleling the development of personal computing and why we’re still in 1976.6) Why car obesity has provided ripe opportunity to develop micromobility options in the marketplace.7) The key difference between invention and innovation and how this applies to micromobility.Bonus! Why Horace thinks that riding an electric bike is more thrilling than driving a Porsche.
3: Getting to Here - The Historical Context of Micromobility's Emergence In this episode, we refine the micromobility categorisation and unpack why urban infrastructure is a leading indicator to adoption. We run through:Why the development of batteries and small electric motors underpinned the development of micromobility, the importance of off-the-shelf componentry in providing the basis for innovation and why electric will be the dominant powertrain for the coming 10 years.The history of fuel infrastructure in the US, how hard this is to replicate, and why micromobility provides an opportunity to leapfrog this.The history of transit, roading and tramways in major cities globally, and how they provided the conditions for the development of the car.The significance of the standard bike as we know it today, and the impact that it had on society.The emergence of cars in cities, the safety battles fought, and the development of signals, licensing and traffic segmentation, and the implications on that for alternative vehicle types.How the emergence of micro mobility will terraform our cities in the same way that the car did.
4: Marchetti's Constant and the Power-Network-Intelligence Matrix of Micromobility In this episode, we look at Marchetti's constant and why commute times tend to aggregate at under 1 hour per day.In this episode we also cover:- How the 1 hour daily commute has been a constant across time, and how that affects how our cities form.- What the Marchetti's constant is, and how it has driven the explosion in shared scooters and bikes.- The Segway, why it failed and what it can teach us about the emergent micromobility phenomena.- The problems with traditional bikeshare systems, and why new layers of technology have helped this.- The power-network-intelligence matrix for thinking about emergent trends in micromobility.- How networks can creatively use incentives to solve for the limitations of the vehicles
5: Scooters and Transport Ecologies In today’s show we cover the rise of scooter sharing and how different localized constraints result in different micromobility solutions blooming. Specifically: - The scooter sharing model that Bird pioneered, why it emerged in Santa Monica and why it might not apply to other contexts.- The history from the Segway to the hoverboard, Boosted Board and on to the current scooter form factor.- The local variables that need to be considered for micromobility fleet operators.
6: Going Premium: The iPhone of Bikesharing with Corinne Vogel of Smide On today's episode Horace and Oliver are joined by Corinne Vogel, head of operations at Smide bikeshare based in Zurich, Switzerland. Smide is a high-end e-bike share system, with speed pedelec bikes that travel up to 30mph/45kph. It's using a completely different approach to the rapid blanket approach from e-scooter rollouts we're seeing elsewhere. It's a fascinating discussion.Specifically, we touch on:- Who and what their customers are, why they choose Smide over other options and how this parallels to iPhone market positioning.- The importance of having good relationships with cities (and how they're loved by the governments they work with)- Their unique crowdlending model for financing the launch of new cities- How they deploy user incentives to help load-balance the network, and the importance of having vehicles that go >70km / 50miles per chargeAs always, let us know what you think on Twitter at @asymco or @oliverbruce. Thanks!
7: The Dutch Cycling Experience and Je ne sais quoi In this episode, we look at the history of the Dutch cycle infrastructure, the symbiotic tension that we'll see between micromobility and autonomous vehicles, and the intangible quality of cities with vibrant micromobility ecosystems.We also cover: - the recent spate of news re: the dawning scooter wars (Bird, Lime, Jump)- San Francisco's highway history- the cost comparisons for cycling infrastructure vs. car infrastructure, especially when compared to modal share vs. land-use in European cities.- How the rollout of cycling infrastructure parallels (or doesn't) the rollout of cellular infrastructure in both the US and Europe.- the creative tension that will exist between micromobility vehicles vs. autonomous cars (walkable neighborhoods vs. exurbia sprawl)- the 'experience' factor of micromobility, and the unquantifiable value of the thrill of riding a scooter/e-bike vs. passive A-B transport and how this is influenced by the European vs. American views of the world.
8: The Total Addressable Market for Micromobility Micromobility has an addressable market of more than $1.4 trillion dollars annually in the US alone, a figure that makes it more valuable than longer distance transport addressable by cars ($1.1 trillion).That’s the message in this episode where we run through the talk ‘When Micromobility Attacks’ that Horace gave at the recent Micromobility Summit in Copenhagen. Be sure to check out the slides — have also included the relevant ones below.We look at:- How US trip data typically exhibits log-normal distributions (and an explanation of what this means!)- How many of the 2 trillion vehicle trips taken in the US annually would potentially be served by micromobility- How Marchetti’s constant (one hour of travel a day) relates to micromobility’s benefits- how adoption of micromobility would impact car demand, and why this is relevant to automakers- why these high volume, short trips are actually more valuable than average car trips on a dollar basis.- How time spent traveling will actually drive adoption of micromobility in highly congested cities.- Why 3 times more time is spent on short trips than longer trips in vehicles, and the implications for micromobility- The impacts this explosion in micromobility might have on carbon emissions and how we can measure that
9: Why Micromobility Platforms Matter In today’s show, we examine the role of platforms in micromobility’s rise, and what role they might play in furthering adoption.Specifically, we cover:- What an entry into the micromobility space might look like for Apple, and how their experience in interface stepchanges puts them at a unique advantage- How autonomous cars are analogous to wormholes vs. a more tactile engaging experience of the world with micromobility.- What a platform built on a micromobiltiy fleet might look like, and what it might enable, and what names we might give to these experiences in the same way that cars have crusing, drivethrus and cinemas.- The stage of the market, and the parallels to the Playstation vs Xbox argument- How the network effects of micromobility sharing platforms are inverse to the traditional car infrastructure- Horace introduces his new research paper looking at modal shifts with the introduction of e-mobility in a cities transport mix.
10: Micromobility California Summit In today’s episode we unpack more about the latest data on micromobility adoption, what this implies for the total addressable market of micromobility and then run over the details of the upcoming Micromobility California event.Specifically, we touch on:- The speed of adoption curves for scooters compared to other technology platforms in the past.- The environmental impacts that we might be able to imply from using lightweight electric vehicles- Who will be attending the Micromobility California event, as well as who might find it interesting.- The details on who will be presenting.
11: The Democratization of Mobility: How Micromobility Addresses Mobility Poverty On today’s episode Horace and Oliver are joined by Winston Kwon, Assistant Professor of Strategy and Social Innovation at the University of Edinburgh Business School. We discuss mobility poverty, why it matters and the role that micromobility could play in improving access to opportunities.We also touch on:- The concept of Universal Basic Mobility (as put forward by Alex Roy) and how micromobility might enable it- The importance of social inclusion — and how transport, specifically cars, impact it.- How the homogeneity of suburbs is accelerating their infrastructural decline.- Which cities/built environments will benefit the most from micromobility and which will be the most negatively impacted.- Horace revises his estimates for the Total Addressable Market for Micromobility globally.
12: The Scooter Ecosystem with Michal Naka In today’s episode, we’re joined by Twitter micromobility celebrity Michal Naka (@michalnaka), to talk about scooters, how they’re evolving in hardware and their interactions with cities and what the future might look like. It’s a packed episode.Specifically we cover:- How Michal ended up in micromobility through his skepticism of autonomous cars. (5:50->)- How the most valuable miles travelled are likely to be addressed by micromobility and not autonomous. (9:20->)- The history of the scooter supply chain.(13:00->)- The tradeoff that companies are making between opex and capex. (25:50->)- What future evolutions we’re likely to see in (29:30->)- How cities are responding to these new business models, and what we’re likely to see in the future. (33:46->)- How the diffusion theory applies to scooters and their evolution. (40:30->)
13: The Environmental Impact of Micromobility with Dr. Chris Cherry On today’s episode, we’re joined by Dr Chris Cherry (@drchrischerry), Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Tennessee and Director of Light Electric Vehicle Education and Research (LEVER) Initiative, an international academic/industry research consortium on lightweight and low speed EV’s about the environmental and social implications of micromobility.We discuss:- How China’s electric micromobility sector has grown to lead the world, and how Chris and his colleagues have worked to understand it.- The framework that they use to understand the benefits that lightweight electric utility vehicles offer users — notably low cost, point to point, low emission transport.- The emission and energy use of micromobility vehicles compared to other options.- How to think about whether micromobility is additive or substitutive trips vs. incumbent modes of transport.- What the role of fun plays in micromobility adoption.- Which cities will benefit the most from the ride of micromobility and why.
14: Dediu's Law and Franchising Micromobility In this episode we discuss the recent Bird Platform announcement, why this was predictable given the dynamics of the market, and how franchising might evolve in the future.We also cover:- Dediu’s Law: Horace’s thesis that we’ll see 10x growth annually for the next 5–6 years in micromobility trip numbers.- How challenges related to social technologies like local bureaucracy/current scooter caps will be overcome.- The VeloMetro/Veemo shared covered trike system that has emerged in Vancouver and whether this is likely to catch on.
15: City Dashboards for Micromobility with Regina Clewlow of Populus On today’s episode, Oliver talks with Regina Clewlow (@reginaclewlow), CEO of Populus.ai about her insights gained from building micromobility data dashboards for city officials. We discuss what matters to cities, and why the rise of micromobility data will drive the changes in streetscapes across the world.We also discuss:- The new data standards emerging for operators in cities, and how this will help both operators and cities better manage fleets, and cities to develop more appropriate infrastructure.- The new partnership they’ve developed with Lime to monitor their LimePod car sharing in Seattle, and how that lays the foundation for fixing the tragedy of the commons problems with scooter parking.- The report that Populus has produced for DC looking at equity of access to dockless mobility services vs more traditional docked services and why this matters to cities.
16: Tokenizing the Micromobility Business Model On today’s episode, Horace and Oliver dig deep into the evolution of business models in transport, and how micromobility lays the foundation for the next great shift of interoperable, efficient, low-cost transport services powered by blockchain. I think we just hit peak hype words, but bear with us!We cover:- How the car was the first great bundling of transport ‘jobs-to-be-done’ into a single option — kickstarting the first major productization of transport.- The emergence of Uber, and the shift of trips from pre-paid product to service.- The dynamics of vehicle fleets, and why scooter/e-bike fleets are likely to move off-balance sheet for most large operators in the near future.- How multimodality, especially that underpinned by micromobility, lends itself to open transport systems, and how this will give rise to token marketplaces for trips (similar to Bitcoin developer Mike Hearn’s tradenet proposal ).- The impact that decentralized token marketplaces will have on cities.It’s a conceptually dense episode as we explore the Productization-Servitization-Securitization-Tokenization (Pro-Se-Sec-To Framework?).
17: On Vandalism On today’s show, Horace and Oliver talk through the challenges that vandalism poses to the shared micromobility model.Specifically we cover:- The core drivers of vandalism of such fleets, and how this compares to historical parallels.- The implications for capex vs. opex- The calculations that operators are making to ensure that the services still function well.
18: Micromobility Safety with Steve Anderson In this episode, we have Steve Anderson (@Rashomon2) as a guest on the podcast. Steve has a long history in motorcycle safety and engineering forensics, and more recently has been working on low powered electric vehicles. He will be speaking at the upcoming Micromobility Summit in California on the 31st of January.We cover:- The role of vehicle design, infrastructure and speed in micromobility safety.- The coming emergence of different form factors, including cabin motorcycles and enclosed cargo trikes- Different avoidance and damage mitigation options for micromobility.- Helmets — their impact and how their role in micromobility. Be sure to check out the Danish airbag helmet, the Hovding.- The role of fun and joy in micromobility’s appeal.
19: Creating an Internet of Mobility with Boyd Cohen of Iomob On today’s show we have Boyd Cohen, CEO of Iomob, to discuss building a marketplace operating system for city transportation, and what is enabled having all modes of transport interoperable and discoverable.Specifically, we dig into:- What the benefits to customers and operators are for an open marketplace for mobility.- Why micromobility is specifically well suited to open marketplaces/interoperability.- Why Boyd doesn’t think the current scooter/micromobility operators will survive in their current form.- The benefits and pitfalls of having system wide integrations for all transport options.- How this will scale in the face of competition from Uber, Google Maps and others.
20: Investing in Micromobility with Reilly Brennan of Trucks VC On today’s episode we do a very quick recap of the inaugural 2019 Micromobility Summit and then turn our attention to talk through what early stage investment in micromobility looks like with Reilly Brennan of Trucks Venture Capital (@reillybrennan).He is a founding general partner at Trucks (trucks.vc), a seed-stage venture capital fund for entrepreneurs changing the future of transportation. Reilly holds a teaching appointment at Stanford University and is influential newsletter Future of Transportation is a radar for what’s happening in transportation. Prior to Trucks, Reilly was Executive Director for Stanford’s automotive research program, Revs. He is very well known in the transport technology space.In this episode we discuss:- Trucks VC and how it’s adjusted it’s thinking about micromobility in its search for the companies that will power the future of transportation.- How he thinks about the evolution of the supply chain in the micromobility sector, and who will be looking to get involved.- Where he sees parallels between the existing early stages of micromobility and the autonomous vehicle space a few years ago.- What opportunities he is looking for in the space, and his thesis of where value will accrue.We also discuss the new Micromobility VC syndicate on AngelList that will be syndicating interesting deals in the micromobility space out to early stage investors. If you are an accredited investor and would like to hear about the deals that Horace, Oliver and others are coming across and backing, please find us on AngelList and apply.
21: Regulating Micromobility - A Panel From the Recent Summit On today’s episode, Oliver runs over recent news in the scooter/micromobility space with Michal Naka (@michalnaka) and we release the government regulator panel from the recent Micromobility California Summit talking about the experiences from LA, Portland, Oakland and Claremont in regulating scooter operators.In the news section, we discuss:- The emergence of Grin in South America, and what this means for scooters in LatAm.- Lime’s recent $310m raise and how this reflects the consolidation of the rest of the industry.Next, we have the panel from the recent Summit where Katie Fehrenbacher from Greenbiz hosts a panel with:- Seleta Reynolds from the LADOT- Ryan Russo from Oakland DOT- Briana Orr who managed Portland’s Shared Electric Scooter Pilot- Julie Medero, Chair of the Traffic and Transportation Commission from the City of ClaremontThey cover:- How cities are viewing the rise of micromobility operations as a means of providing access to low-cost mobility and benefitting their citizens.- What cities have learnt from the rise of Uber/Lyft and how that is influencing their regulatory stances with new operators and business models.- How they’re using their ability to regulate to influence data standards and how this will affect operators/entrepreneurs in this space.- The variables that they, as regulators, need to consider as part of rollouts.- How cities are thinking about infrastructure and deployment, and the challenges that they face in rolling out safe infrastructure for micromobility.
22: Micromobility Standards In this episode, Horace and Oliver discuss vehicle standards and classifications based on Horace's recent discussions with the Society of Automotive Engineers.Specifically, the cover:- What are automotive standards, why are they important, and how does this change how we look at the world?- The history of the term 'microcomputing' and how the significance of this faded away over time, and what parallels we might be able to see with mobility.- How is the SAE thinking about classifying micromobility vehicles, and what are the likely implications of this- What variables regulators should be thinking about when looking at vehicles, and which they should avoid (hint: speed)- What value the German system for classifying low-powered electric vehicles could offer globally- The parallels to Horace's time at Nokia, and how he foresaw the rise of the battle of iOS and Android.
23: Micromobility Venture Capital Panel, the new book, and the latest news In this episode, Horace and Oliver discuss the new Micromobility book that is up on Kickstarter. This is the first book from Horace in the space, and outlines why and how micromobility will take over the world. Get your copy here - https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2092675260/micromobility-the-first-year?ref=27ap2v. Next up, Oliver and Michal discuss the latest news including the first Bird Platform launch globally in New Zealand, Voi's recent raise and Jump's latest data from Sacramento. Finally, we release the Venture Capital panel from the recent Micromobility Summit in California. We have Greg Lindsay, Director of Strategy, LA CoMotion moderate a panel with Julie Lien (Founding Partner, Urban Innovation Fund), Reilly Brennan (Founding Partner, Trucks.vc) and Damir Becirovic (Principal, Index Ventures).
24: The Micromobility FAQ's In this episode, Oliver and Horace discuss the Micromobility FAQ's and their significance.Specifically, they cover:- how it's categorised and why this is important- whether autonomous cars will make Micromobility irrelevant- Infrastructure and why and how this is an important question- How should we think about measuring success.The sponsor of the episode is Joyride, a software platform that lets you launch your own bike or scooter share system under your brand, with full consumer facing apps, and backend fleet management and integrations. Check them out at Joyride.city
25: The Case For Micromobility - A Recap Summary New to micromobility? This episode is for you. Been with us all year? There is still plenty of depth and breadth being addressed. In this special episode, Horace and Oliver revisit many of the ideas of the first 20+. It is a great episode for both solidifying one’s understanding and introducing one’s friends and family.Specifically, they cover:- How Horace came to micromobility and why it was so initially captivating- The primary requirement of the micromobility definition (500kg) and the secondary requirements — motor and utility- Recent growth in global production ability and the China bikeshare bubble- The push and pull of micromobility- How success in disruption requires humility for both sides- The various pain points of modern transportation and how micromobility addresses them- Jobs to be done and the markets for micromobility- How the sharing economy allows us to no longer buy for the extremely rare use cases (six sigma)- Applying our intuitive sense for jobs to be done in computing to transportation- The significance of the lognormal distribution for car trips- The evolution rate of micromobility vehicles, which is orders of magnitude greater than that of automobility.- A few predictions- The adoption curve and the disruption principle- Efficiency gains of various modes and environmental impact of micromobility- The exponential growth of scooter companies in 2018- The maintenance needs and vehicle design needs of shared vehicles
TWiT Clip: Previewing the Future of AR On This Week in Tech, Devindra Hardawar, Norm Chan, Brianna Wu, and Patrick Norton talked about a trio of AR projects making the rounds: Tilt Five, Mojo AR contact lenses, and Magic Leap 2.
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iOS Clip: Thread 1.3.0 and Border Routers Explained On iOS Today, Mikah Sargent and Matthew Cassinelli chat about a new Thread update that will allow some existing home devices to become border routers! 
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MBW Clip: M2 MacBook Air Review Jason Snell has had the new M2 MacBook Air for some time, and he gives his thoughts on the new laptop on MacBreak Weekly.
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Nova Launcher Acquired By Data Analytics Firm Branch On All About Android, Jason Howell, Huyen Tue Dao, and Ron Richards talk about Branch's acquisition of Nova Launcher and how that could impact the legendary third-party launcher in the coming years.
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WW Clip: Windows Development Schedule Likely Changing On Windows Weekly, Mikah Sargent and Mary Jo Foley talk to Rich Woods and Zac Bowden about upcoming changes to the Windows release schedule, including the "Moments" feature rollouts.
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#103 - Age Checks, Theft Prevention, Minecraft, Autism, Responsible AI Our 103rd episode with a summary and discussion of last week's big AI news!
If you are a fan, we'd appreciate your feedback on Apple Podcast, or just via email to contact@lastweekin.ai - feel free to DM us on Twitter too!
Outline:
(00:00) Intro
(01:10) Instagram is testing an AI tool that verifies your age by scanning your face
(6:15) Bunnings, Kmart and The Good Guys using facial recognition technology to crack down on theft, Choice says 
(10:13) Cruise’s driverless autonomous cars start giving rides to paying passengers 
(12:10) Copilot, GitHub’s AI-powered programming assistant, is now generally available
(13:30) IRS expands AI-powered bots to set up payment plans with taxpayers over the phone 
(14:10) General Motors is using AI to speed up the vehicle inspection process 
(14:55) Learning to Play Minecraft with Video PreTraining (VPT)
(21:10) AI Detects Autism Speech Patterns Across Different Languages 
(25:15) Meta releases largest open source AI language model to date 
(26:05) Google's Parti Generator Relies on 20 Billion Inputs to Create Photorealistic Images 
(27:30) New hybrid machine learning forecasts lake ecosystem responses to climate change 
(30:04) Cerebras Systems Sets Record for Largest AI Models Ever Trained on a Single Device 
(30:05) Pentagon Unveils Plan to Make 'Responsible Military AI' More Than Just a Buzzword 
(34:43) Microsoft Plans to Eliminate Face Analysis Tools in Push for ‘Responsible A.I.’ 
(37:40) Vitali Klitschko fake tricks Berlin mayor in video call 
(38:17) China’s Surveillance State Is Growing. These Documents Reveal How.
(39:03) Earthquake tech could limit deaths. Afghanistan shows it’s not easy. 
(40:00) Alexa has a new voice — your dead relative’s 
(41:18) Wordalle is a guess-the-prompt game that combines Wordle and DALL-E
(43:25) The King’s Swedish: AI Rewrites the Book in Scandinavia 
(45:35) Outro
#104 - Cruise Outages, Robots for Forestry, BigScience’s BLOOM, EU AI Act Our 104th episode with a summary and discussion of last week's big AI news!
Note: there was a delay in editing, so this news is from two weeks ago.
If you are a fan, we'd appreciate your feedback on Apple Podcast, or just via email to contact@lastweekin.ai - feel free to DM us on Twitter too!
Outline:
(00:00) Intro
(01:10) Cruise’s Robot Car Outages Are Jamming Up San Francisco
(05:00) Japan's forestry industry tests robots to address labor shortage
(07:12) FIFA will track players’ bodies using AI to make offside calls at 2022 World Cup 
(08:30) Words matter: AI can predict salaries based on the text of online job postings  
(09:12) Photographer Successfully Uses Dall-E 2 AI to Edit his Photos 
(09:10) Google engineer identifies anonymous faces in WWII photos with AI facial recognition 
(10:00)Google AI Introduces Minerva: A Natural Language Processing (NLP) Model That Solves Mathematical Questions
(13:16) A year in the making, BigScience’s AI language model is finally available
(15:55) Meta open sources early-stage AI translation tool that works across 200 languages 
(16:18) Computer scientists' interactive program aids motion planning for environments with obstacles 
(16:48)Microsoft AI Researchers Open-Source ‘GODEL’: A Large Scale Pre-Trained Language Model For Dialog 
(17:35) Fake Friends and the Real Threat of AI-Generated Influencers
(22:05) The Fight Over Which Uses of AI Europe Should Outlaw
(25:10) Waymo, UPS, others pressure Gov. Newsom to allow autonomous trucking in California 
(26:10) More and more CS students are interested in AI – and there aren't enough lecturers 
(27:03) US safety regulators open special investigation into Cruise AV crash 
(27:46) People who regularly talk to AI chatbots often start to believe they're sentient, says CEO 
(29:10) Experiments & Explorations: Robots as Musical Instruments
(31:17) Cute desktop robot designed to keep armchair engineers engaged
(33:33) Outro
30. The Story of Mint One So Far Rob reveals his face, John discusses decentralisation, and they both recap their favourites moments from the first 30 episodes of the Mint One podcast.

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Movies About Making Money & Getting Rich (Rags To Riches Films) This episode covers the top movies about making money and films about getting rich (such as rags to riches movies and business films).
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A Story of Emperors, Trillionaires & The Richest Man Ever Question: Who was the richest person to ever live? Literally the richest man in the world ever?! The richest person in history? Well, the richest man in history (or the richest man to ever live) is actually an ongoing debate, because calculating who was the richest man of all time isn’t easy. Some people disagree about who the richest man of all time is. So this episode on the richest people in history will look at several candidates for the richest person in history.
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Inside Vite.js 3.0 with core team member Patak On this episode, we talk with Vite.js core team member Matias Capeletto aka “Patak” about the next generation frontend tooling Vite 3.0!

We’re joined by guest co-host Michael Thomas, lead dev from Percipio, to talk about what makes Vite.js so loved in the developer community that it’s had a stratospheric rise in popularity.

We delve into all the shiny new things in the newly released Vite 3.0, and get a peek into the massive community behind the scenes that helped make it all happen.

Patak also drops the news that StackBlitz is sponsoring the first Vite Conf, free online October 11–12th, and will feature speakers from all facets of the Vite ecosystem.


Vite.js


Vite 3.0 is out!


webpack


TypeScript


Anders Hejlsberg Tech Talk on Typescript


VitePress


Vitest


Migration from Vite 2.0


feat(dev): added assets to manifest


Laravel + Vite


Nuxt 3 + Vite


Svelte + Vite


Astro + Vite


Craft CMS + Vite


Docker


vitejs-docker-dev


Vite Playground on StackBlitz


Vite Conf


Viteland Discord


vite-plugin-pwa
Leverage the web platform with Remix On this episode, we talk with Michael Jackson (no, not that one) about Remix, the “center stack” web framework that embraces the web platform, rather than attempting to replace it.

We discuss how Remix is an outgrowth of the work that he and Ryan Florence did on React Router, and how Remix attempts to bring balance back to the web world by being a stack that spans the frontend and the backend.

Remix is a web framework built in TypeScript, which allows you to use as much (or even zero!) JavaScript on the frontend as you like, balanced with SSR JavaScript on the backend.

It’s a refreshing take on web development that harkens back to PHP and Ruby-based frameworks, but using the isomorphic superpowers that only JavaScript has!


Remix.run


Remix on GitHub


Remix on Twitter


The Basics of the Cockpit


Remix Quickstart


Is “Isomorphic JavaScript” a good term?


Universal JavaScript


There’s a chance I believe client side routing on the web is usually not preferred.


React JS


React usage statistics


Laravel


Remix goes open source


Remix OSS


Application Holotypes


What is Trepanation?


deno


JSX


MDN Docs


Next.js
Creating a Vue Component Library Without Losing Your Mind - VUE 190 Steve talks with Milad Dehghan, a Vue developer for Trengo in The Netherlands, to talk about his blog post on creating a VueJS component library. They start with the basic definitions of component libraries (aka design systems) and atomic design principles and then dive into the specifics of how he does it in VueJS
They also get into short discussion on Astro, and Steve makes Milad laugh hysterically with his amazing dad jokes.
Sponsors
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Create a Vue.js Component library without losing your mind
Trengo | Customer service software
Atomic Design by Brad Frost
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Reusability in Vue with Alex Vipond - VUE 189 Today Steve talks with Alex Vipond, a front end engineer at Better Help, about the many ways to reuse code and make it cleaner in Vue 2 and Vue 3.  We discus Vue Directives, Vue Mixins, Renderless Components, and Composables, and talk about the benefits of using them.  Be sure to also catch his book on the topic which will be re-released soon with a major update.
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Organizing Code by Logical Concern in Vue 3 by Alex Vipond - YouTube
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Composables | Vue.js
VueUse
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Alex - Vue and Vite updates coming soon!
Steve - Dad Jokes
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7 Layers: Extreme Nudges Digital Twin to Networking Extreme Networks CTO Nabil Bukhari discusses the use of digital twin technology to advance the networking space. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Is it time for Core to Perform? Where is the concentration on performance and other goodies in new releases of WordPress? Sarah Gooding over at the WPTavern covered how WordPress contributors have been discussing adding SVG support for more than nine years. The SVG module is currently one of the items that the Performance team contributors have identified for WordPress 6.2 as a goal for proposing the module for core. Anyone who wants to contribute can join their efforts on GitHub.



Eric Karkovack wrote about the issue recently on the WP Minute. It seems that the concentration of WordPress core updates has been directly related to the Gutenberg block editor. To some members of the community, those developments have come at the expense of letting other areas of the software slip. Eric’s article makes the point that Security and Data Organization could also use some attention and he is looking for balance across the core in future releases of WordPress.



If you are a Jetpack user, you will be happy to know that Jetpack AP Bot for Telegram will now let you automatically share blog posts from any Jetpack-powered WordPress site (including any site hosted at WordPress.com) directly to a Telegram channel. This free tool saves time sharing content to Telegram, where readers can subscribe to read your posts just as easily as they would via email or social media.



Acquisitions:



Acquisitions stay front and center for 2022. WPLift.com sold for $160k. It previously sold in 2016 for $205k. Matt Medeiros interviewed Daan Tol 6 years ago and writes about how running a media company is difficult but well worth it on the WP Minute.



Events



There was a call to speak at the largest WordPress event in Asia - WordCamp Asia. They are looking for speakers that can talk about relevant #WordPress topics. Check out the site to see the categories for inspiration and sign up for this huge event being held in Bangkok on Feb, 17-19, 2023.




Raquel Landefeld wrote about her recent experience at WordCamp EU and the power of attending WordCamps in person. Check out her article on the WP Minute and look for her at WordCamp US this September.



As a reminder: The Gutenberg Times will host a Live Q & A July 22, 2022 with the Pew Research Center. They used a mix of Core and Custom Blocks to streamline their publishing process, and create powerful charts and quizzes. You can register over on the Gutenberg Times website.



WooCommerce



WooCommerce 6.7 was released along with WooCommerce Blocks 7.8.3. There is also a Release Cadence update. You can review the latest on the WooCommerce site.



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Hubspot announced the launch of a free CMS drag and drop tool to empower business builders to create reliable websites. This is an interesting offer to check out for building a website while you are working on your brand and growing your business. I always thought that Hubspot would have purchased WPEngine. It's a running theory of mine over the years. Hey! It is never too late.



Daniel Schutzsmith shared the latest on how popular theme designs are now available on the WordPress.org Figma account. Users can now explore the designs for popular themes such as Stewart, Archeo, Pendant, and Wei. If you’d like to add your own theme design, you can get started using the Theme Template file.



Speaking of themes, there is a proposal from the Make WordPress design team for a new kind of default theme. The discussions have started concerning the release of a new default theme (or a curated set of styled variations) with 6.1 and there i
Twitter Has Entered the Elon Musk Twilight Zone Thanks for listening to WIRED. Check back in tomorrow to hear more stories from WIRED.com.
EPISODIO 1X02-EPISODIO MACERADO Y tras un año en barrica, el podcast cogiendo cuerpo y sabor, ya ha sido hora de la extracción, decantación y empodcastamiento para que lo degusteis en vuestras copas de gestores de podcast.En este, que no ha sido otra cosa más que una pillada o emboscada de depakine hacia mi persona, seguimos dialogando y defendiendonos el uno mediados por las largas horas de conversación por la aplicación Voxer.Click en la imagen para oír el podcast.¡¡Hasta pronto!!
EPISODIO 1X03- PERDIDOS (LOST) No vamos a hablar de la serie "Perdidos (LOST)" sino que hacemos referencia a como estamos nosotros mismos como podcasters (o transmisores de audio sindicado)Explicamos ciertas causas, hablamos de gadgets varios y compras tecnológicas (Pebble, Nike Fuelband....)En definitiva, retomamos el hilo.Pincha en la imagen para acceder al audio.Episodio 1x03
How to Option Your Financing within the SLED Vertical As we continue to shift into a very dynamic economy, companies must focus on sale campaigns early to avoid budgetary challenges later on.  
One of the best ways to address this: Partnering early on so that they’re equipped with the right programs to deliver the desired outcomes the government needs.  
Melanie Delvalle speaks with Nick Ferrari , account executive at Key Government Finance , and Michelle Hoppock , financial solutions executive at Ingram Micro , about: 
The history of Key Government Finance 
Engaging early in the sales cycle
Where financing of technology in the public sector will go in the future 


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Smarter Printing Solutions with HP+ As hybrid and distributed work become more common, customers are looking to have technology integrated into their daily lives wherever they may be. As a printing solution, HP+ uses cloud technology to bring security and convenience to the space.  
Shelby Skrhak speaks with Beth Moses, Commercial Print Business Development at HP, about: 
The kind of SMBs HP+ is most suited for and their pain points
The security benefits of HP+ cloud services
Sustainability efforts from HP 
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IT as a Business Transformation Engine in Distributed Cloud Innovation Digital transformation isn’t an overnight process. It’s a journey. Often, the pressure is put on IT to carry businesses through technical enlightenment. But IT and cloud computing services can’t fix the problems that companies face. 
However, they can provide the tools necessary to experience innovation.  
Shelby Skrhak speaks with John Encizo , principal tech consultant and field CTO at Lenovo , about:
The rise of distributed cloud
The importance of integrated IT
IT solutions as the instrument to change
Importance of partnering and outsourcing 


For more information, email jencizo@lenovo.com.   
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Episode 186: Hands on with iOS 16 Public Beta Wondering when iOS 16 is coming out? Tune in to the 186th episode of the iPhone Life Podcast to hear David and Donna’s experiences testing the iOS 16 beta software and to learn their favorite features coming to your iPhone this fall. To see the full show notes for the episode, visit iPhoneLife.com/Podcast.
Replay: Marvell CEO Matt Murphy on the cloud-optimized silicon era Tune in for a replay of The Six Five Summit’s Day Two Opening Keynote with Matt Murphy, CEO of Marvell Technology. In this session, Daniel Newman and Patrick Moorhead talk with Matt about the market dynamics and shifts driving new paradigms in the semiconductor industry and how the company has evolved to lead the cloud-optimized silicon era. The Cloud-Optimized Silicon Era Join Marvell’s President and CEO, Matt Murphy, as he shares the market dynamics and shifts driving new paradigms in the semiconductor industry and how the company has evolved to lead the cloud-optimized silicon era. He will present Marvell’s strategy in its end markets — data center, carrier, automotive and enterprise — as they all continue to converge to the cloud. He’ll explain why every cloud is unique and the critical technology components needed to help customers optimize some of the most complex systems in the world. Finally, Matt will present Marvell’s vision for tomorrow’s data infrastructure and the disruptive technologies that are revolutionizing architectures for the emerging metaverse as well as next-generation artificial intelligence and machine learning applications. The Six Five Summit is a 100% virtual, on-demand event designed to help you stay on top of the latest developments and trends in digital transformation brought to you by Futurum Research and Moor Insights & Strategy. With 12 tracks and over 70 pre-recorded video sessions, The Six Five Summit showcases an exciting lineup of leading technology experts whose insights will help prepare you for what’s now and what’s next in digital transformation as you continue to scale and pivot for the future. You will hear cutting-edge insights on business agility, technology-powered transformation, thoughts on strategies to ensure business continuity and resilience, along with what’s ahead for the future of the workplace. More about The Six Five Summit: https://thesixfivesummit.com/
Replay: Ericsson NA President & CEO Niklas Heuveldop on the next big jobs for 5G networks Tune in for a replay of The Six Five Summit’s Day One Opening Keynote with Niklas Heuveldop, President & CEO of Ericsson NA. In this session, Daniel Newman and Patrick Moorhead talk with Niklas about the two emerging “big jobs” for 5G networks: how to connect a spectrum of industries and connect the Metaverse everywhere with a wire to local computers. The Next Big Jobs for 5G Networks: Transform Industries and Connect the Metaverse The first wave of 5G network buildouts is complete in the United States, and we are on track to reach 150 million subscriptions by the end of 2022. Mobile broadband to smartphones and fixed wireless access where fiber does not go have dominated so far. In this session, we will look at two emerging “big jobs” for 5G networks: how to connect a spectrum of industries and connect the Metaverse everywhere with a wire to local computers. The Six Five Summit is a 100% virtual, on-demand event designed to help you stay on top of the latest developments and trends in digital transformation brought to you by Futurum Research and Moor Insights & Strategy. With 12 tracks and over 70 pre-recorded video sessions, The Six Five Summit showcases an exciting lineup of leading technology experts whose insights will help prepare you for what’s now and what’s next in digital transformation as you continue to scale and pivot for the future. You will hear cutting-edge insights on business agility, technology-powered transformation, thoughts on strategies to ensure business continuity and resilience, along with what’s ahead for the future of the workplace. More about The Six Five Summit: https://thesixfivesummit.com/
Replay: Honeywell CEO Darius Adamczyk, a pragmatic discussion on energy Tune in for a replay of The Six Five Summit’s Day Three Opening Keynote with Darius Adamczyk, CEO of Honeywell. In this session, Daniel Newman and Patrick Moorhead sit with Darius and discuss the global sentiment towards today’s climate in the economy, business, tech, and… energy. Innovation-ready: A Pragmatic Approach to Leading the World's Energy Transition The world is in transition as enterprises across the globe are moving to more sustainable business practices. Honeywell plays a leading role in the world's energy transition through ESG enablement and measurement and reporting. In this opening keynote session Honeywell Chairman and CEO Darius Adamczyk sits down with Daniel Newman and Patrick Moorhead to explore the global sentiment towards today’s climate in the economy, business, tech and… climate. Honeywell is already implementing technologies today, so companies can now understand how their environments are tracking with energy, carbon, power, and other climate-critical elements. Darius also discusses the current global environment and how that is affecting the way we live and work. The Six Five Summit is a 100% virtual, on-demand event designed to help you stay on top of the latest developments and trends in digital transformation brought to you by Futurum Research and Moor Insights & Strategy. With 12 tracks and over 70 pre-recorded video sessions, The Six Five Summit showcases an exciting lineup of leading technology experts whose insights will help prepare you for what’s now and what’s next in digital transformation as you continue to scale and pivot for the future. You will hear cutting-edge insights on business agility, technology-powered transformation, thoughts on strategies to ensure business continuity and resilience, along with what’s ahead for the future of the workplace. More about The Six Five Summit: https://thesixfivesummit.com/
Six Five on the Road at Dell Headquarters with Doug Schmitt, President, Dell Technologies Services On this episode of The Six Five – On The Road hosts Daniel Newman and Patrick Moorhead are joined by Doug Schmitt, President of Dell Technology Services to discuss industry trends, sustainability needs, and what the future holds for Dell and their customers. Their conversation covered: The challenges customers are facing with the ongoing pandemic, inflation, and other geopolitical issues What’s top of mind for Dell’s customers A dive into how the needs of companies are shifting today A little overview of Dell’s 2030 sustainability goals To learn more about the Dell Technology, check out their website.
A New Cadence This week, Dan and Zac report on the huge news that Microsoft is moving to a new development cycle for Windows. We can now expect a major new release every three years. They also talk about a partnership with Netflix, layoffs at Microsoft, and more. Links Microsoft moves to new Windows development cycle with major release every three years, feature drops in between | Windows Central Could Microsoft buy Netflix? At least one analyst seems to think so. | Windows Central Windows 11 Build 22000.829 brings new notification option to Insiders in Release Preview Channel | Windows Central Sponsors: Indeed: Choose Indeed and join 3 million companies worldwide who use Indeed to hire great people and help grow their teams faster. Get started right now with a free $75 sponsored job credit at indeed.com/wcp. Offer valid for a limited time. Terms and conditions apply.
iPhone: Lightning vs USB-C, Bryan’s Second Studio Display Bryan finally set up his second Apple Studio Display! That means it’s time for a new discussion about working with a dual-display set up. Plus, Jeff tries to trigger Bryan with some thoughts on whether or not the iPhone will ditch the Lightning port in favor of USB-C.



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The Story of Jony Ive - The Early Years Jony Ive, the genius designer who helped redefine Apple's identity, has recently cut ties with the company. Here we learn about his origins and journey to Apple during the company's most chaotic era.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tech News: Twitter Wants Musk in Court in September Twitter wants to bring its case against Elon Musk's refusal to go through with his acquisition of the company, and it wants that case to happen in September. Musk argues that the case should be pushed to February of next year. Plus we learn about another Russia fining Google, Apple being sued for being anticompetitive (again) and more!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Project Gene5is adventures, Congress takes on VPNs, and Nothing Phone 1 review 02:30 - The Verge's David Pierce talks with tech reporter Mitchell Clark about what it took to get service from Project Genesis and they conclude a FOIA may be the only way to get the facts.I became a Dish influencer to get a 5G NFT20:21- David talks with senior policy reporter Makena Kelly about US lawmakers suddenly discovering that VPNs are a thing that exists and that they aren't very honest about their business practices.Lawmakers push FTC to clean up the VPN industry41:50 - And finally, reviews editor Allison Johnson and news reporter Jon Porter go deep on Nothing Phone — our review, the hype leading up to its launch, and the reality of it now that we got our hands on it.
Nothing Phone 1 Review
Hot and Hyped: Inside the strange launch of the Nothing Phone 1
Email us at vergecast@theverge.com, we'd love to hear from you.Call our Vergecast Hotline! 866-VERGE11 (866-837-4311) Find us on Twitter:Mitchell Clark is @strawberrywellAlex Cranz is @alexhcranz   Makena Kelly is @kellymakenaJon Porter is @JonPortyAllison Johnson is @allisonjo1David Pierce is @pierce Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The PlayStation Report Episode 332 - Free Skate Yeah, Skate is going free to play. Has EA learned how to do microtransactions in a way that doesn't piss everyone off? Only time will tell.Now Playing:Tyler - F1 2022, Tiny Tina's Wonderlands, Kirby and the Forgotten LandFrank - FFXIVContact Us: @PSReportPodcast PlayStationReportPodcast@gmail.comFrank: @TheArcticSlothTyler: @PluggedOnVids
2022-07-16 Walter – Greece, NY – 32-bit Flex? DD – Revo Uninstaller? Jim – Rochester, NY – Dell laptop – audio software – computer restart needed...
Multi-Cloud is Inevitable What really is multi-cloud and why does it keep coming up so often in the context of enterprise cloud computing models? If you know anything about cloud computing, you’d know that the hottest thing in the cloud domain right now is multi-cloud – a model companies are incrementally adopting to keep their applications and services distributed across public and private clouds, and now edge cloud platforms. Seeing that that’s the status quo for a majority of the enterprises in cloud, the big question is – is multi-cloud inevitable? Are companies that have not embraced it yet also headed in that same direction? Are all vendors in the future going to have a cross-cloud service portfolio to support the multi-cloud movement? Or is it just another trend that’s having its 15 minutes of fame? On this episode of the On-Premise IT Podcast, Stephen Foskett is joined by a panel of delegates who drills into these questions to bring clarity to the topic of multi-cloud and what the future looks like for this model.













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iOS 16 Messaging Features Apple's new software update will let you 'un-send' messages. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Snapchat Desktop App Snapchat is bringing the app experience to desktop browsers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Low-code Truth-telling With Mike Fitzmaurice, Chief Evangelist & VP-North America of WEBCON Even if everyone could easily develop their own applications, would that really be a good thing? Mike Fitzmaurice, Chief Evangelist & VP-North America of WEBCON, points out that low-code solutions, like those offered by WEBCON, work well in experienced hands. Tune in to hear Mike’s myth-busting takes on low-code and no-code solutions and what he sees as the realistic promise of these sorts of development tools.Tune in to learn:The distinction between low-code and no-code tools (05:40)Why Mike believes ‘citizen development” needs guardrails (09:24) How low-code tools help developers move more quickly (14:01) How companies can use low-code tools successfully (30:33) Mentions:"WEBCON 2022 Predictions: The year of low-code and development shakeups" (VMblog.com article, written by Fitzmaurice)"4 Common Reasons Low-Code projects Fail"  (InformationWeek article by Fitzmaurice)“Seven Trends Reshaping IT” (Salesforce report)About the Guest:BIO: “Responsible for developing WEBCON’s North American presence, evangelizing its Business Process Suite, and advocating overall best practices in workflow and business process automation, digital transformation, and citizen-assisted development. Fathered SharePoint evangelism at Microsoft, and was a critical part of growing it from an internal startup to an enterprise mainstay. Frequent and sought-after speaker at industry conferences, webinars, and symposia. Key force multiplier for others' work in marketing, competitive sales, partner relations, and engineering.”IT Visionaries is brought to you by Salesforce Platform. If you love the thought leadership on this podcast, Salesforce has even more meaty IT thoughts to chew on. Take your company to the next level with in-depth research and trends right in your inbox. Subscribe to a newsletter tailored to your role at Salesforce.com/newsletter.Mission.org is a media studio producing content for world-class clients. Learn more at mission.org.
Student Seminar Alert! The Atlantic Student Seminar is August 12 through the 14th! Register Now! Meet Nanahil Jafri and Logan Stenzel from the National Association of Blind Students (NABS). Announcing the 2022 in-person Atlantic Seminar! Reflect, Reequip, Reimagine: Raising the Bar for Blind Students! The National Association of Blind Students (NABS) and the National Federation of the Blind of Maryland invite you to the 2022 Atlantic regional seminar, a fun-filled weekend brimming with opportunities for professional growth, confidence building, and mentorship from Friday, August 12 (6:00 PM) – Sunday, August 14 (12:00 PM) at the Delta Hotels Baltimore Hunt Valley by Marriott. Nanahil Jafri and Logan Stenzel join Simon Bonenfant in the Blind Abilities Studio to talk about the details and events happening during this in-person student seminar. Be sure to register now as the closing date is July 28 and just around the corner so register now!  You can find out more about the Atlantic Student Seminar on the web at https://nabslink.org and register here.  You Read more we would love to hear from you! Send us an email at info@BlindAbilities.com or give us a call and leave us some feedback at 612-367-6093
Clusiv: Accessible Learning Platform - The Future of Work Just Got Accessible! Meet Clusiv Founder and CEO Lukas Simianer. Lukas Simianer joins Simon Bonenfant in the Blind Abilities Studio to introduce us to Clusiv, an all-new platform for learning the skills needed for new employment. Learn about the extensive courses that were built to  enhance your opportunities for employment and help build your skill set for a lifetime of rewards.  We have not experienced Clusiv or it's program but listening to Lukas makes us wonder why this has not been developed earlier?  You can find out more about Clusiv and what they can offer you on the web at https://clusiv.io From the web: YOUR PATH TO THE MODERN WORKFORCE Many jobs that were once in-house have moved to remote work. IDEA Hiring (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access) is not a fad, but an essential way for companies to attract and retain talented workers. In the past, visual impairments may have separated you from meaningful and highly rewarding employment. We’ve built our program to be 100% accessible so you can learn the skills you need to pursue new employment opportunities. With Clusiv, there are no barriers separating you from the content you need to prepare for the jobs you want.   Episode Web Site   we would love to hear from you! Send us an email at info@BlindAbilities.com or give us a call and leave us some feedback at 612-367-6093
Mon Jul-18-2022: The House's cyber moves, FCC & FTC, Vendor promises, and MS's Chief Partner Officer Three things to know today The House passes a round of cyber rules while the FCC and FTC take stock Vendor promises, examined AND Microsoft’s Chief Partner Officer named   Do you want to get the show on your podcast app or the written versions of the stories? Subscribe to the Business of Tech: https://www.businessof.tech/   Support the show on Patreon:  https://patreon.com/mspradio/   Want our stuff?  Cool Merch?  Wear “Why Do We Care?” - Visit https://mspradio.myspreadshop.com   Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mspradionews/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/mspradionews/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mspradio/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/28908079/
Tue Jul-19-2022: Recession planning, outlined, emojis and search and their insight into new customers Two things to know toda The recession planning conversation, outlined AND Gen Z talks and searches in a whole new way   Do you want to get the show on your podcast app or the written versions of the stories? Subscribe to the Business of Tech: https://www.businessof.tech/   Support the show on Patreon:  https://patreon.com/mspradio/   Want our stuff?  Cool Merch?  Wear “Why Do We Care?” - Visit https://mspradio.myspreadshop.com   Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mspradionews/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/mspradionews/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mspradio/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/28908079/
Weekly Update 18 July 2022 Audio version of video on YouTube. Teams Development July Update now live on Empowering.Cloud Understanding Microsoft Teams Live Share SDK and how to use it Restricted access to Microsoft Teams data via EWS starts September 30, 2022 Microsoft Graph PHP SDK 2.0.0-RC5 is now available Enable File Sharing with the Azure Communication Services UI Library and Azure Blob Storage Subscribe to all my videos at: https://thoughtstuff.co.uk/video Podcast: https://thoughtstuff.co.uk/itunes, https://thoughtstuff.co.uk/spotify or https://thoughtstuff.co.uk/podcast Blog: https://blog.thoughtstuff.co.uk
19 July 2022 Cyber and Tech News In today's podcast we cover four crucial cyber and technology topics, including: 1.Albanian government services cut amid cyber attack 2.Graff sues insurance firm over 2021 ransomware payment 3.TikTok user data being stored in China according to researcher firm 4.Rokomnadzor fines Google 358 million USD for failure to censor content I'd love feedback, feel free to send your comments and feedback to  | cyberandtechwithmike@gmail.com
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EverZinc looks to increase zinc recycling Techstination, your destination for gadgets and gear.   I’m Fred Fishkin.    It is in a wide range of products…from batteries to cold remedies and tanning lotions.  Zinc is seemingly everywhere….and EverZinc, a world leader in zinc recycling…says more can be done.   CEO Vincent Dujardin..“Zinc is recycled...
The New FCC Broadband Fabric – Episode 513 of the Community Broadband Bits Podcast This week on the podcast, Christopher is joined by Mike Conlow, Director of Network Strategy at Cloudflare, a network security and Internet performance company. Christopher and Mike dive into the upcoming Broadband Serviceable Locations Fabric which will serve as the basis for the new nationwide maps from the Federal Communications Commission.



They talk about what’s going to be better as compared to the old Form 477 data collection process and the importance of making sure new maps faithfully represent the problem of the digital divide in the United States. They also dig into the policy and deployment implications when federal data bought with public dollars is not openly shared in forms that invite corroboration. 



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