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Listened to Cybersecurity Experts, Log4j, and Open Source by Wicked Good Development
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Three industry experts with different ties to the world of software talk about the latest in software, from Log4j to today, and what remediation looks like for development teams. We discuss update behaviors in the development community and the risks associated with using old code. To round out our debut episode - we talk about the silent industrial revolution and who bears the burden of maintaining open source software.

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Listened to CONSENT- when is it ok to finish on a girls face!!! | The Adults Corner by PodBean Development 
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TRIGGER WARNING, this episode contains sensitive stories of abuse.
This week Chloe helps Cherry with her cum fear that’s affecting her romantic relationships using an NLP technique, as well as discuss why consent is sexy and how it helps create an environment of trust, which makes sex great!WOW, what an Episode we have this week! Consent being the main topic and our personal stories around this: Dana’s regrettable sex Chloe helps Dana with her cum fear that’s affecting her romantic relationships using NLP Burping as a form as energetic cleansing Facials COFConsent is sexy 

Check in to create an environment of trust to be vulnerableThreesomes When to ask consent “He f**ked a fart out of me” 

Bedroom communication 

Foot worship 

Chloe’s webbed toes Client stories 

Foot face fucking d*ck pic logistics Chloe on the ongbays

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Listened to Leaving Debian - CoRecursive Podcast by Adam Gordon Bell 
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Today's story is an insider view of Debian. One of the oldest Linux distributions and probably one of the longest-running volunteer-based open-source projects. Joey Hess is my guest, and he dedicated significant parts of his adult life to working on Debian. He's going to share what that was like. The good and the bad, and it's almost all good. It's... […]

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Listened to Central: A Look Back and a Look Forward by Wicked Good Development
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If you utilize Java or any other JVM, there’s a good chance you know the Maven Central repository. Today’s episode brings long-time maintainers and contributors of Maven Central, Brian Fox, Jason Swank, and Joel Orlina to the mic to rehash the early days of Maven Central, lessons learned from managing open source ecosystems, and bring insight into the platform’s practical software supply chain management capabilities of the past, present, and future.

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In case you're wondering how things are going, I just sat down to eat my breakfast like this

A bowl of cereal, with a fork instead of a spoon, resting on top of it by accident

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Listened to Spring4shell by Wicked Good Development
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Did Spring4Shell set the internet on fire again? Not so fast. In a special episode of Wicked Good Development we dissect the zero-day RCE vulnerability in the Spring Framework dubbed Spring4Shell or Springshell. From comparisons to Log4j to how to remediate it and what versions on vulnerable, the experts on today's show break down what we know so far about this new vulnerability. And most importantly, how to determine if you're affected.

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Listened to Words of wisdom for self-taught developers (Ep. 431)
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The home team chats with Jon Chan, Stack Overflow’s Director of Engineering, Public Platform, about his path from self-taught developer to director of engineering, why his management mantra is “Delegate and elevate,” the profound value of a diverse and inclusive workplace, and the Neopets-to-frontend-development pipeline. Plus, Jon gives excellent advice to all the self-taught developers out there.

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Listened to Women in Tech #Breaking the Bias by Wicked Good Development
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“I’ll block, you run.” In this encouraging talk from four women in tech at Sonatype, hear how their career paths have shaped how they support mitigating and interrupting bias at work and ways to create environments that empower women to be their authentic selves every day. Join Senior Security Researcher Ankita Lamba, Product Manager Grace Lee, Customer Success Engineer Santi Mulukutla, and Director of Agile Coaching Sue Jasmin as they create space to discuss: -The importance of active sponsorship and mentorship -How to eliminate bias in the hiring process -Cultural limitations that affect bias in company cultures -Why cancel culture doesn’t work when it comes to inclusion -And so much more As we promised, here’s the article that inspired today’s discussion: https://hbr.org/2019/11/how-the-best-bosses-interrupt-bias-on-their-teams

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Listened to Warp Terminal with Zach Lloyd
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Terminals are a gateway to building and running software, but they have not been reimagined since their initial creation. Warp is a new kind of terminal with visual aids, autocomplete, documentation, customization, and other features. It includes GPU acceleration, its own UI framework, and other engineering systems to increase speed and performance. Zach Lloyd joins

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Listened to How to Dungeons and Dragons with Owen Donovan | Nobody Panic
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Listen to How to Dungeons and Dragons with Owen Donovan from Nobody Panic. Ever thought Dungeons and Dragons might be for you but can’t grasp the concept? No interest whatsoever but keen to hear Stevie and Tessa get completely over-excited at the idea of being a wizard? Top drawer Dungeon Master Owen Donovan presents a beginners guide, and THEN we play a game over on the Patreon. And honestly it’s worth signing up just for that.You can find Owen's character sheet recommendations here and visit the official D&D website starter set here.And you can check out Stevie's Druid character sheet here.Subscribe to the Nobody Panic Patreon at patreon.com/nobodypanicWant to support Nobody Panic? You can make a one-off donation at https://supporter.acast.com/nobodypanicRecorded and edited by Naomi Parnell for Plosive.Photos by Marco Vittur, jingle by David Dobson.Follow Nobody Panic on Twitter @NobodyPanicPod

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Listened to Cherry talks about her first voyeuring experience with Chloe and a client | The Adults Corner by PodBean Development 
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In Episode 3 we talked all about how Cherry would be joining Chloe with one of her clients in her Dominatrix sessions over the weekend and what Cherry had to look forward to (let's just say Cherry popped a lot of her own Cherry's that weekend). In this episode we talk about her experience, procedures during the experience, safety and aftercare.   Some topics we cover in the episode are: How to get started in butt playCherrys first voyeur experienceConsent - Cherry being slapped in the face during sexSafety procedures during a client sessionSafe wordsAftercareDating apps and much much more!

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Is there a standard way to do content-negotiation in #Go? Preferably not as part of a Web framework, but as a standalone library