I’ve been rocking podcasts since 2005, but I didn’t actually start making them until 2016. Currently I host or cohost several podcasts. I have also been a guest on other podcasts as well, and it’s something I enjoy tremendously. Hit me up on Twitter, LinkedIn, or through my contact page if you’d like to have me on your podcast.
Day Two Cloud is published by Packet Pushers and deals with the reality of running workloads in the cloud on day two and beyond. Buffer Overflow is a weekly tech news podcast – published by Anexinet – that I host along with three other individuals. The Daily Check-in is the podcast version of a daily live stream I started doing on April 1st, 2020.
You can listen and subscribe to any of these podcasts below. If you are interested in being a guest on Day Two Cloud, please fill out this contact form.
What apps belong in the cloud and which are better on premises? Dave Wagner, Senior Manager, Product Marketing at SolarWinds, joins Day Two Cloud to develop a strategy and find the right tooling to help you make the best decision. SolarWinds is the sponsor for today’s episode.
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Buffer Overflow: Blame the Poltergeist Episode 178 Microsoft Ignite 2020, Troll Roll Call, and a Burning Ring of Fire?
Ned Bellavance https://www.linkedin.com/in/ned-bellavance-ba68a52 @Ned1313 Chris Hayner, Delivery Manager https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrismhayner Kimberly DeFilippi, Project Manager, Business Analyst https://www.linkedin.com/in/kimberly-defilippi-77b3986/ Brenda Heisler, ISG Operations https://www.linkedin.com/in/brenda-heisler-b5431989/
- Calling all trolls!
- We’ve got your Christmas present for your grandma
- Oh my goodness – so many questions!
- Great News, everyone! This time it actually WAS a bug in Instagram!
- TV rots your brain, and sometimes.. nukes your broadband?
Jeremy Morgan joins me today to share his three H’s of career advancement: stay hungry, stay honest, and stay humble.