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  • Welcome to the "Wunder Mobility Podcast". Every two weeks we will provide you with exciting insights around the Future of Mobility. Tune in as we invite thought leaders from the mobility sector to share their vision, products, successes, and setbacks.

    We cannot solve the challenges facing our industry alone. We must work together — with companies, cities, political organizations, NGOs, and more — to build our future. The Wunder Mobility Podcast provides the space for us to collaborate and learn from one another.

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  • In this podcast, the CLARITY team explores key best practices that are enabling businesses to achieve greater efficiency and better business outcomes. In each episode, we meet with thought leaders and share insights that help businesses to streamline quoting, pricing, and sales processes, monetize services with a subscription model, generate a recurring revenue stream, and drive XaaS transformation.

  • Самый закрытый клуб

    Мы говорим с дизайнерами не о дизайне, но и о дизайне говорим тоже


  • What makes a great founder? How can entrepreneurs and enterprises collaborate effectively? What can founders today learn from the past about building technology ethically and responsibly? Host Tom Lounibos, career entrepreneur now leading Project Spotlight at Accenture Ventures, explores these topics in a series of conversations with a cross section of Silicon Valley insiders.

  • Alex from Techrally dives into the stories behind professionals in tech. Outside The Code is a resource for new and current professionals in tech to hear the stories of brilliant individuals beyond their job title and stay up to date in tech related news. For more information, visit

  • With Ross Pod - short-form podcast about travel, tech, and business. “At present, I am a sojourner in civilized life again.” - Thoreau Support this podcast:

  • An entertaining, educational, and engaging way to discuss all of the latest trends and topics in business, and how they’re affecting our modern lives. Drawing on years of experience in the tech sector as an entrepreneur and mother, host Randi Zuckerberg will provide a forum for discussion and delve into the latest innovations while examining how new technologies can be incorporated into our daily lives.

  • Want to learn everything there is to learn about ecommerce and have fun at the same time? Then look no further. Mastering Metail is a podcast masterclass series brought to you by Ascential Digital Commerce that will provide the knowledge needed to win across three of the largest ecommerce platforms - Amazon, Walmart, and Instacart. Our host, Emma Irwin, will guide you through the most important areas of focus with an emphasis on retail and media functions … hence the name, Mastering Metail. This series is suited for anyone looking to learn more about ecommerce as well as manufacturers looking to grow their business on Amazon, Walmart and Instacart. To learn more about Ascential, visit for more information about our digital commerce brands.The editor for this podcast is Claus Cancel and sound designer is Ines Cetenji. Season 1: This season we focus on Amazon. You’ll get to hear suggestions for how to win and explanations of those foundational ecommerce concepts from leaders across Ascential’s brands. We’ll cover common ecommerce mistakes, media (search/display and DSP), retail, building a digital commerce team, content, supply chain, and retail/media data. Season 2: For season 2, we cover winning on Walmart. Our experts at WhyteSpyder, an Ascential Company, guide us through understanding Walmart as on omnichannel retailer, how to think about catalog management, differences between paid and organic search and what needs to be done on the supplier side, and how to navigate Walmart Marketplace, all recorded in Walmart Country in NW Arkansas. Season 3: For season 3 of Mastering Metail, we cover everything you need to know in order to win on Instacart. We’ll dive into how Instacart works, how Instacart disrupted traditional grocery shopping, the impact of COVID-19 on shopping behaviors, advertising, content, and more. Instacart isn’t just for grocers - so tune into this season to get up to speed on Instacart and leave ready to win on this ecommerce giant.

  • Подкаст о криптовалютах, метавселенных, NFT и блокчейн технологиях. Мнение автора, интересные гости, обзоры проектов.

  • Regulārs tehnoloģiju podkāsts par aktuālajām tēmām brīvā un nepiespiestā formā kopā ar autoriem.

  • Two bootstrapped SaaS founders giving weekly podcast updates about shipping product.

  • ame studios are notoriously secretive. At LifeForce Games we aim to change that by pulling back the curtains and sharing what it takes to build a studio and craft worlds from the ground up. Every week we'll highlight a different discipline; from Art and Creative to Narrative Design, including insight into building a successful team while getting a game studio up and running - and more! Join us as we build a gaming studio and experience like no other and bring gamers along to help us ‘break the game’.

  • Tech Effect is a podcast dedicated to software engineering.
    Joined by industry experts in each episode podcast host Adrians Miņins tackles a testing or development-related topic, discussing different services, tools, techniques, and challenges.

  • Подкаст о машинном обучении и попытках понять, как устроена работа ML-моделей. Для специалистов в этой сфере и желающих разобраться в тонкостях процесса.

  • A technical podcast for web3 developers.

    A Superfluid production.

  • We have more women breaking into tech now than we ever did before. However, the journey can be full of many challenges, and it’s easy for these women to get lost in the process. Join experienced I.T. industry professional, computing professor, and coding coach Jacqueline Corley each Wednesday, as she provides her best tips and advice to help aspiring female technologists make their mark in the field. If you are a woman who is transitioning into tech, desires to learn coding skills, or just wants to inspire more women to join you in the tech industry, this show is for you. Support this podcast:

  • We live online. We share our Twitter handles, not our phone numbers; people know you from your posts, not your physical presence; terabytes of data are created, posted and stored online every day, and every minute scrolling Instagram consumes 1.5 megabytes of it. But how many of those minutes do you spend thinking about what apps and websites know about you? Can we control and protect the data that we share voluntarily — or involuntarily? How vulnerable is our privacy?

    “Who is that?” explores the hidden world of data breaches, legislative flaws and behavioral traps of the online space. Each episode takes on a different facet of life online with cyber experts, security advocates, lawyers, activists and researchers telling the real story about the pluses and pitfalls awaiting us in the digital world.

    This show is created by Storm, a podcast production studio, and Anon, creative anonymous conscious social network. Check it out at and download the app to explore the bright side of anonymity.

  • A podcast that details the happenings around the .NET ecosystem, generally a week at a time. I can neither confirm nor deny that there will be attempts at humor involved.

    For any confusion caused to fishermen thinking they've gotten a new podcast devoted to the tools of fishing, I am sorry. This is about the technology stack. Naming is hard.

  • Podcast dedicated to building the AV/IT tech manager community in higher education through discussions on classroom technology and audiovisual support.

  • Шоу «Как мы попали в айти» — самое полезнейшее для всех, кто только начинает и хочет попасть в индустрию.

    Крутые, опытные и известные разрабы будут вспоминать свои самые-самые первые шаги и абсолютно откровенно выкладывать свой опыт.

    Без воды, без разговоров на отвлеченное — только конкретика про путь в IT.