17 Burst results for "Alex Miller"

"alex miller" Discussed on On Air with Ryan Seacrest: The Post Show

On Air with Ryan Seacrest: The Post Show

04:20 min | 7 months ago

"alex miller" Discussed on On Air with Ryan Seacrest: The Post Show

"Dj triple x. l. in the mix one or two point seven. This is kiss. Fm one listen. People have been talking about this guy for a few days now. American idol premiered on valentine's day and there was some great great talent. One of the guys that we met his name is alex miller. And he's out of kentucky l. Let's play a little clip of his audition on. Thank you jesus thrilled. What happens if you were to ever play. The grand ole opry man. I don go to heaven. Call some all right but alex miller joining us. Who was on american idol. How you doing buddy get hair you. I'm doing great. How have you seen a little change in. All people have been reacting to use since that was on the air. Oh boy yes i have. I've had people come out of the woodwork. Lewis may not have that much bar. Joe start so he you know he. We've met him and we took our cameras back to his grandad's cattle farm where he would sing to the cattle basically cows. Yeah that's right and this song. I just played a clip. It's called. I'm over you so get over me. Written about an ex girlfriend ex did she. Reassure is the only thing i could think about. Alex was did she respond to you. After you saying that on national tv yes. He did reach out and we had an oslo station. He was very supportive though. She says she said that she was very proud. Man and i thanked her for breaking my heart about which is a rare thing to happen right. How many of you thank somebody for breaking your. Does she want you back now. Oh no she's got her a fail and everything. And i know that's fine. i guess. Maybe she'll one day get over him may be. What did you think when. Luke says to you. How would you like to play the grand old. Opry what what would that mean to you. That meant the world made. The grand old opera is a place that i've during the line. Ever since i was a little bitty boy and hear him say that was almost like a dream. Come true said he make a call so we'll follow. Follow up with luke on that claim. So what. I'm hoping that. Now what is you. Are you on the farm now. Yeah we're gonna snow in the last few days. Okay and so. How did they react to the snow. All you got them. Every day doesn't matter when it's when it gets about november so you got to put out six or seven rebels day hay bales roles of hay bales. Have you ever rolled out. Bale of hay sesame. I have never know. I think i've sat on. Hey before as a seat as a hayride for halloween exactly the sense of it well listen. Alex is a pleasure to have you on the show. And you really impress a lot of people. Think you definitely made some fancy seventeen years old know lancaster kentucky and we'll follow who story you take care of yourself buddy you tell you man you think there it's really nice to say all right now you bye-bye king adulation nicest guy. I mean a guy by the way. He's to ryan's like talk. Is he his tall stack. Me and tubs on top of each other could live now but it was so sweet when he thing that do it with luke bryan. You could just see like how excited he was in. His is what mentioned that. He's working on a cattle farm in the middle of kentucky. And then he's singing with luke bryan is offering new golden. Grennell operate to me. When asked why do. I like those. That show those moments like that man. Coolest things tickets to i mean. No one asked me that. I'm just saying i asked myself. You know why do you like goes to show that people can pay. And that's why we like watching it. I can't get through an episode without crying. Honestly it's impossible not to cry if you're watching american idol. Funny thing is i was there. I know what happens. And i still cry. When tickets to seaworld san diego.

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"alex miller" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

Strong By Design Podcast

03:10 min | 11 months ago

"alex miller" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

"To talk to you to say hi. Hi on on Facebook, if you actually search. Search under one word, Alex? Miller. Fitness. Okay. On the find my facebook page, which is Alex Miller. Pelvic. Floor strong. On their ECHO speaker contents. I'll be like on there like messaging back and forth you idea of customer service team as well. So if it's not me, it'll be them. But I like very accessible anytime all that's fantastic. So go to go to facebook Alex Miller fitness all one word, and you'll find Alex Miller pelvic floor strong come up. So okay. Excellent now. One more question because I I would not doubt that there may still be a woman or a couple of women listening who. Might still find feeling very hesitant to. Speak up or seek help and what would you say to that woman right now who sitting here listening to this and suffering in silence. I'd say I know firsthand that it's very isolating but you're not alone like you're truly not alone and there is an answer, it's not something you have to accept. So. There you go. The links there. You can get the product, every body, we all need it. We all need it. I have not yet been what's I have not yet been this impressed with a product league and I mean this very sincerely, very, very, very impressed with with the product. So please check it out and Yeah that's all I can say thank you so much for being on the show making the time I. Know You're busy and I know you've got other grand plans and things you're doing and a wedding to figure Alex's recently engaged. So huge congratulations from all of us here critical bench. Looking forward to you know hearing about those upcoming details but thank you again for being on the show I ended to have you back. I think this is a very important topic health topic for women and I think we need to do more of this to make it make this the common and the normal to get women talking so that they know that there's help out there and they don't have to be you know avoiding events and going with going places with a change of clothes all the time. So thank you so much for being on the show. and thank you listeners for joining us today and sharing sharing time with us. I. Hope you enjoyed the podcast as much as I did and I hope you do sincerely click that Lincoln check it out because it is a fabulous product. A Don't forget. Please to leave us a five star review and comment. Let us know what you think and let us You know let us know your thoughts and share those with us. We always enjoy hearing from you I'm coach Tonya here with Alex Miller. Thank you again and we will talk soon. Thank you so much for listening to the strong by design podcast. If you've found value in today's episode, please subscribe so that more people can find out about our. Plus you don't WanNa miss any future episodes with the amazing guests and topics we have lined up for you..

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"alex miller" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

Strong By Design Podcast

06:16 min | 11 months ago

"alex miller" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

"The very special guest, Alex Miller welcome Alex Hi Tania. Now, Alex is a fellow Canadian. So when we first got introduced to one another by we were talking and it was a couple of emails before I realized Oh my gosh, she's from coober my home town. So very nice to connect with fellow Canadian. Alex is for those that don't know Alex Miller is the creator of a wonderful product called pelvic floor strong. Now, if at any time because I know you're GONNA want this product shortly after we get into the discussion but if at any time you want to find out more about the product more to get it you go to the show description and in there is a link and that'll take you right to pelvic or strong where you can read all about it order more. So Alex I want you to tell us. About Yourself, you know how I know you've been in health and fitness for a while now but tell us a little background on you and how you ended up here today. With this product. Absolutely. So. I'm Alex Miller in for software to be on the show today. This is so much. I'm. And I'm the owner of pelvic floor strong, which is a urinary incontinence and dioceses wreck died Rehab Healing Exercise Program. That's a mouthful. But we flash? Back here we go back. Over eight years I've been teaching fitness in Vancouver primarily fitness also personal training in functional movement. mainly. pilates. I love bodies pre postnatal argue name treadmill running. I've kind of got everything underneath the Sun but mccosh really fell close our felt like was with pre and post natal minute. Yeah yeah come and I, also love working with women so i. Really Lights me up, I is those two things kind of together. Should I get right into it? I. Guess You know what? I you're GONNA go there and I'm going to ask you anyways. So go for it. Would have been actually seven and a half years ago. My Mom who I'm very, very close with with direct with triple negative breast cancer. Use a very rare aggressive. answer she went through a year like chemotherapy and radiation in all A. Non Fun things. and. She was fifty at the time and all of her treatment actually brought on earlene us and with the menopause she actually ended up having pelvic floor dysfunction simultaneously, I was very active teaching classes and I did the jumping Jack if I yell too loud. I would end up being my own pants So I found myself wearing dark colored pants and I was in my twenty s and it just didn't seem right. Yeah. No that doesn't. That's not that's not okay. No and it was embarrassing and I wanted to wear like the cool light-colored in all different types. So. Yeah. So so many things were happening at the same time my mum. was like rushing to the bathroom all the time choosing a few fans. And then I was also like. Wearing black pants. And then my passion with pre and Post Natal hell right. Talks. Very much about the pelvic floor. So all of these things were just taking me down the path to create some sort of like method or some sort of way to heal the pelvic floor to help all of us all of women right now I yeah. Okay. So couple things I I really have to say number one is I I love stories, love people, stories, and none of us get to a rare by accident. And I I particularly what read resonates with me as stories where you know there's a very grim or a very bleak outlook and that and to take that and do something that has so powerfully positive that has the potential to have such tremendous impact on. So many people I met respect for you for that because you know some people would have just crumbled under that and just. That would have been it. You know but your desire to come up with something. Good. And helpful. Is is massive Massive. So I think you. You deserve tremendous respect an applause for that. And also the fact that you've made something. So very specific because I think there's so much general talk about our health like you know eat right lose weight whether you're male whether you're female whatever. It's just when we get into these, I, find a lot of times. So many of the discussions, platforms or discussions on platforms out there about health are just so big. That Pete that's where people get lost is where they've they've they lose their motivation they lose their inspiration because they're looking at it going well, I don't even know where to start and it's too much to start with and you have actually designed something that is so incredibly specific yet has such a massive spiderweb. reach, which we're GONNA talk about because it. You know it's we're talking about the pelvic floor and pelvic floor also so very specific. It gives it gives immense something very, very specific to work on an address, but with an impact that hits and targets so many other areas of the body. Absolutely you know getting getting specific. So when The Utah this this who who's your who's your target? Clearly it's women but do we have to be sick and old? So all my marketing have catered the program towards women forty plus. And generally hard like after baby. I'm twenty seven years old going through this for many years. And I've never had a child before. So it truly does house like the pelvic everyone has a pelvic floor and everyone. Can suffer from public Lord Assumption..

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"alex miller" Discussed on Published...Or Not

Published...Or Not

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"alex miller" Discussed on Published...Or Not

"He exists again for a family and a meeting was really wasn't fist mesler always. Fifty is more at maxine roots house. In coalfield she reminded me when she first telephone confessed contact we head was the telephone call from her when I answered the phone she said had. A The at here do you remember any door managers? Didn't. itchy. Reminded me that when I used to come to cemex she spent a year. At the bloods house studying when she was fifteen of age. When she was coming to when I was coming, I'm sorry to to the house, the same that he would say to her, do you mind taking your homework into the room because Alex is? Occupied Front Room will often at an age of the evening. So she'd always run to China the doors for anybody else says she get a look. Of making an literally again in we could be met until he. Time way didn't say anything. We're just newest son. WHO She, it turned out and I had this course she held in the same esteem is ided or less for a also that sort of moral ear as he was mine and keep the ability to remember him again with you it's one of the biggest. As as Jewish things, I say long live to living to remember the names of the dead. Yes. It was in the end it became the meaning of the book, the Book Book about living not about the day I. Think it was. Out Not explicit to me member you're not writing a book about the dead Iraqi book about the living and the and the continuing repercussions that everything that happened in as it Charles Food Live. So the generations now. Well how and why of Alex Miller searching to finding the facts about his friend Mex black and it makes for an interesting raid nations in Max thanks very much LX mixture. Will Jan that Texas out for another week on look more books to read the next week Morales's to chat with. The travails of Carina virus and such like we will do our best to keep bringing you moral his next week. CNN well. Listening. Next Week Arthur now, you've just been listening to published Oh not on three C..

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"alex miller" Discussed on Published...Or Not

Published...Or Not

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"alex miller" Discussed on Published...Or Not

"Fairytale forests, and the save. Galilee you really enjoyed you swim in that Sea of Galilee near. I. Enjoy having a mock fight with run shaw. Thrones dear friend and he had note how to play if you like it. The people who kind with us in the end will kind of draw any by their own interest in Erin, passion for this story. One of the amazing things about this whole thing on I wasn't writing a novel our trotting nonfiction looking for the facts was interested in fantasy wanted to know what really happened, which is what on this journey always want to note of people want to know what really happened. And we he never knew what happened his family. It didn't know what happened to. Hannah. And always had her which the. Night Hannah. We never got the soon. And all his life he carried with him a small fighter graph of in his wanted you don't do that without entertaining in your soul. Some hope that she still alive has he wants he had no knowledge of what happened to chances are she was dead chances he was dead, but he wasn't responsible to survive. He had survived keeping a photograph is if you I to me is a very strong sun that you believe that person is still somehow with you. In Israel. You miss the. Living member of Mexican family his niece let now she had been told by Max. Right his story to. Ask you to do these. Vacation, months come come. Came out to the family is gone on has filed. He's locked Max saved who got to at his trial as it was then a land of hope to still Palestine of course, in his his life was saved by that. He was the only other one pop maximum survived from the whole family that he then got married and created a whole new family, which is now in its generation with the children of layouts children her grandchildren. Running around yelling spitting. A lovely I used Alex million. One neely, every literature award that can be won the miles Franklin Commonwealth rises war Christine stayed money many clock medal, and the Melvin price did you jump Max? Let's belief in you as a write up over the years it became second. The U2 right with a question in your mind would mex- approve of this. and. Is Book. Yes he would approve. Some. Ask Me What do you think he would sight. If he read it, I city wouldn't say anything but he would week. And that would be for he's was so Hanan to whom we were still looking..

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"alex miller" Discussed on Published...Or Not

Published...Or Not

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"alex miller" Discussed on Published...Or Not

"If you could come back and we can talk about what you think of. whether you know faust too so not. Don't Faustus is an extremely difficult book by anyone's major end these icon read it I find it seriously boring. But then I did I, read it kind. Of Excitement interests because the book stood for his belief. I desire to be a novelist was a serious thing. And could be accomplished the first notion I had from somebody else. that. I recognized this capacity. And as you not that it's a satisfies something If you're looking for without. Aware of in our will you first book comrade poll related to an incident in Max's life and he told you about other happenings you knew he'd been involved in resistance movements in in Germany you knew he'd been tortured by the Gestapo his first wife died in Holland. He made his second wife in Shanghai. So what made you want to find out more about him? updated. Anew. Its. In life but also he equates to me over the years is collection of broken stories, bits and pieces of his life in what was obviously attempt to tell me his story do introduced me to the sources of his experience Mexican described his own life to you. As futile. He said, he was the failure and achieve nothing. So what were you looking for? I was hoping to have. Unrealistic. Neutral broken fragments of his live together and make something larger and more complete out of it, and that was something that he had suggested to me when Commercial Pavilion Story win that came out nine, seventy, five, his response was emotional and he said you could have been there. was saying, yeah, you did it. You got. This is exactly. You can run it can be done. So prove earlier beliefs which a Dutch side was on improving written anything much to go on. Discover. If I could links between these broken basis which his past. I'm bringing them together. I, did assume the other night with. premenstrual in Bendigo she said this beautiful thing she said, the Japanese have a craft of. Mendi pots roken Putz. Putting the shots together. With dull. Seems of gold and she said that's what you've done with Max's laugh not while Shaw, none that I could use it served beautiful. We'll even searching for Max Amman. As you say, the scattered pieces of a shattered past, you don't have chapter numbers, you give them fragment numbers it's not all dry factfinding their descriptions of the places. DIS Journey takes you on such as the electric music scene in Berlin, the all villages in Holland the dot h.

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"alex miller" Discussed on Published...Or Not

Published...Or Not

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"alex miller" Discussed on Published...Or Not

"Got the history of the region where there was a pledging of the aboriginal community. Yes. USA George August Robinson the the missionary was at this stage rounding up Tasmanian. Aboriginal. People in order to put them in this idealized settlement that he had in mind where he would. Christian is them at? European is. Not only was he rounding up Paulo of people on the Tasmanian mainland, but he also had agents of he's moving through these islands uniting thirty looking for the theriault women who were the wives of the steelers are rounding them up and also possibly into the settlement project because he felt I will leaving in. No. Some kind of peril. Now, with all of these threads that you've got going the missile logical and by the way the moon but the figurehead on the moon but he's actually, Achilles. Glad you picked up on that yes and anybody who's read preservation will recognize why it's Achilles. It's a big nod to anybody who's the previous book,.

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"alex miller" Discussed on Published...Or Not

Published...Or Not

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"alex miller" Discussed on Published...Or Not

"Published work I simply traveled the world collecting specimens and often on sailing them to collect his beck in Europe and Gideon he's probably such a man although he does have intellectual curiosity about what he's doing but it was a y of being an adventure a surprise into travel and an intriguing guy. Well, this brings us now to the reason for the GIN and as I suggested earlier, its mythological in nyc jet. because. It is Dr Gideon that introduces us to FIBONACCI. I was thinking about those mythic structures as you sight of things like theseus in the Middle Tour and obviously had of darkness the idea that when you have a journey into the devils layer, often the the primary reason for going in there. Tends to fight out of you, and all of these are the factors abroad to be, and that's what happens here and Gideon is interested in spirals and he's interested in the geometry of the pipe enormous shell, and that steams from his interesting this mathematician code FIBONACCI who came up with. A thing is the golden ratio, which is a way of measuring spirals which occur all over the place in Niger in everything from reproductive cycles of animals through to the Y. that leaves emerge from a link when it comes out of the ground elisas looking at these noticing that void that the attacking strike is it sofa spiral and that everything must day for wind inwards towards central point and early on in the book, she says to Giddy looking at the map she has his mind of Atta panic where she realizes that the void can only give a spiral inwards is not any conception of a journey. At. Terrifies it. But also then it's a spiraling in towards understanding of one's self. Yes and that's the critical bit about hot of darkness journey or apocalypse now or any of those it journeys is that yes, that robbery, Quist foles why and what you have as size is a journey into silver nets very much the case for Elisa, but they also come across an extraordinary arriving of people and communities on these islands as if they're taking some odyssey into another world. So a case in point the you've got all of these sealers down there and people living really primitive lives but for. The vaden Borgen's, and so the Anthony's fire what's doing on the? Iran it's it's a thing you see inside Gulliver's travels or the Odyssey that there are these communities that the heroes will come across as they travel along. There wasn't a particular reason that I needed Sweden Mogens. Wait researching but. That guy me as he sai one of those isolated communities and. What's interesting about I think in storytelling teams is that when the Britomart did disappeared strike the newspaper in Sydney might a huge thing of it the the the seal is Dan in the islands had sit false lots in the mood at every body and that the ship was Liden with brilliant that was headed for a bank in Tasmania and there were all of these really extremely flooring tiles getting around about what had happened and wanted the people on the moon but to find something that was by that extraordinary but also much more ordinary that they were community simply getting by existing in the islands also then you've got another aspect of Australian History Tara. Yes I'm a really important figure tenora was..

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"alex miller" Discussed on Published...Or Not

Published...Or Not

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"alex miller" Discussed on Published...Or Not

"This is A. Put guys and this is published not. Striking landscape could well be the setting for something as epic is Greek myth and we may have such a thing in Jock sarongs lights lifelock the burning island. So jock welcome back. It's lovely to be back the sitting here where we are is the phone group of islands. What is your fascination with this group of islands at and where exactly is it? The finot islands the eastern sought of best strike. If you can imagine vertical line between sight wilsons Prom and the northeast corner of Tizzy That Hall Right Hand Side of best. STREIT, is dotted with islands and group of them. Cole the and they might have been Silva Granite domes very, very beautiful beaches in beautiful mountainous landscapes and I guess, the fascination with that place is the fact that the. A tiny sleepy at crop of rocks in the middle of the sea, and yet I've had this extraordinarily lodge impact on Australian history because of the people who inhabited the islands visited the islands. But also than all previous novel was sick down here because there's all sorts of shipwrecks and things taking place here yet is a fifty year period with as Orlands that I'm really. Interested in which stretches from the wreck of the Sydney cottage seventeen, ninety, seven through to the closure off an aboriginal settlement Cold Wide Elena on flee dissolving which was adding forty seven. What had previously was the wreck of the Sydney Cov- now with the rank of a fictitious cold, the Howrah, which is loosely based on the Britomart and it was suggested that they might have been Money associated with that break and we've got a crew a ship going down the moon bed to a Stinson fleet search for the missing people and presumably the money. This by the Moon Bird is actually populated by a rather intriguing. A right of people. You've got Elisa grinding a female who is APP prime the writer yeah. I am I really enjoyed inhabiting Elisa in the telling of this story and I think she makes good central. Perspective, to look at it everybody else strange people on the board and the weed environments passing through and always. Unexpected, events that asylum is like a long she's looking after the Father Joshua? WHO IS BLIND? Yeah. So Joshua in preservation was. A serving officer, he was intelligent and dispassionate and careful and..

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"alex miller" Discussed on Ruby on Rails Podcast

Ruby on Rails Podcast

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"alex miller" Discussed on Ruby on Rails Podcast

"That cover. My meds is growing really quickly and that you're expanding rewrote. Remote workforce and as both of view our remote what is the remote culture lake. And what are the things that cover my moods is doing to foster at. I think it's pretty good. That's my opinion there. We do a lot of pairing. So as we've been talking about we collaborate a lot with other folks that organically makes things more social I've been on teams where we do some pretty cool stuff so you slack We'll we'll just open a call in a public room and put a label on it and say this is the thing I'm working on and people been to work on stuff together. Are you can by the way you can start multiple calls in the channel and slack so oftentimes there will be several calls going on and people will come and go to do stuff. So that's That's one way in which we are just working together remotely in. It doesn't seem to matter that we are remote. Also all meetings come with a link We also use blue jeans so all of our meetings come with the bluejeans link that means that everyone can attend in any form Also since we are growing really quickly that means that there are some time space problems in the office. It's not easy for people to get together physically So sometimes it just makes more sense to join a meeting remotely than to try to pile into a conference room or even scheduled a conference room As a remote worker. I don't feel the pains of conference rooms scheduling. But I've heard people talk about the pains of conference room scheduling. How much of your engineering force is probably remote at this point and how how many are in office? I don't know likes to you know I don't know that answer either But the team that I'm on there are twelve software developers and a couple engineering managers and the number right now so seventy five percent of US right now our remote so I know that that's probably not the characteristic number for the entire company. But that might give you some idea. Like you'll have teams I think like ours that maybe fall on one side or the other but There's quite a few of us. Were remote as a really positive thing that you don't know the difference between an in office person in a remote worker in slack because they always say that if you can keep company communication onto a platform where everybody is treated equally. You shouldn't really know the difference. I mean so far. That's been my experience I mean there are times that we need to work on it but we do we say. Hey let's work on it and sometimes we do things like play games or do like a remote happy hour or something just to be social together while apart this is true like So remote work is is another new thing to me that I've been doing for the first time for for three months now And when I took the job at CNN. I I kind of freaked out a little bit about it. I was like Oh my gosh am I going to feel alone. Isolated but that is absolutely not the case With all the pair program in that are are we do and the communication that we have and like An said games and even when we do special events like happy hours through they find a way to bring us remote employees in. And it's it's it's it's pretty cool so I certainly have not felt isolated or alone in any way Quite the contrary that's wonderful well. I was lucky enough to see both of you at were becomes and I saw that. Cover my mad sponsored Rubicon. Is the company doing thing else to support the ruby and rails communities well Cover my meds. It's has been sponsoring Columbus Ruby Brigade and Cleveland Ruby Brigade for about ten years Also we have a lot of employees who the lead and speak for both groups And that's just in Ohio. They're also all of us remote folks who are going to our own meet ups and other places and Helping folks with Ruby Covering my meds has sponsored a few Ruby comp events and this past one Nashville where the three of US met There were twenty of us from cover my meds Also we have a co-op and slash apprenticeship program that helps people bull get into ruby on rails professionally. Wow that's amazing. I mean apprentice programs or something that I still think are relatively new industry and I hear that a company that is so heavily Ruby has an apprenticeship program is really exciting. Yeah and we're also doing something slightly different from that we have. It'd be program called the stretch program and that is where we are Helping some of our internal folks who have roles like managing accounts counts. If they want to get into tech they could join a developer team for a short period of time to start getting some of those tech skills and work on projects. And have some folks to work with so We're doing a lot of different things. That's awesome well. I imagine that you have convinced them. Listeners there is that they would like to apply cover beds and it sounds like you are hiring you any details about what they should do. If you go to cover immense dot com you will will find a link to the careers page And then you can do some filtering from there. Hey come work with us either. in-office US or remotely really awesome that you have the options. So how can listeners. Follow both of you. ooh hardest question of the day. I am not really doing social media anymore but I do have a twitter handle that I will check on occasion and that is Lurks L. O.. RTZ Yeah I'm in kind of the same boat to like. I'm not big on social media but I do have twitter and you can reach out to me on twitter at a p Miller eight so I'm GonNa take a guess then the best way for listeners to reach you is probably apply to cover my mind. Shaw those yeah. That sounds like a solid plan. Totally totally solid. All all right. Well thank you Alexan- so much for joining me on the show listeners. Next week is episode number three hundred which is absolutely incredible. So be sure to tune in mm-hmm..

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"alex miller" Discussed on Ruby on Rails Podcast

Ruby on Rails Podcast

16:27 min | 1 year ago

"alex miller" Discussed on Ruby on Rails Podcast

"Richardson from cover my meds a healthcare company well known in the Ruby community as a full stack rails engineer. Living in Austin she loves hang with her ladies and local women code and Ruby on rails meet ups in his usually building some sort of side project. Alex is a software developer who mostly writes Ruby Java scrip- but occasionally dabbles in Elixir in crystal is enjoyed working with ruby on rails for the past four years. He currently lives in Fort Lauderdale Florida with his wife and too many cats walk into the show Alexan- having absolutely Alex. Let's start with you. What is your develop origin story? Yes so I'm a bit of a late bloomer into the software development field Like your previous guest. DD lavender. I have a background in retail. But not from the entrepreneurial point of view Spent most of my time in retail operations. And they did that for about ten years and Needed to change. So this was back in two thousand twelve and I didn't know I wanted to be a software developer back then I just wanted to get involved in something in a techno an in an tech field so I just got a couple of certifications in it plus in net plus and that was just enough to get my foot into the door with a Small ECOMMERCE commerce company down here in Fort Lauderdale where I was doing a lot of different things wearing a lot of different hats because it was a small company doing. It work and project management But what it did is it. Put me in contact with the DOT. Net developers who work there and They taught me a little bit a sequel because I was one of two people who had production access and that was my first exposure to coding was actually through sequel and Also I was just looking at what they were doing on a day-to-day basis. And I thought to myself these guys. We're having all the fun. There's no reason why I can't do that too so I started teaching myself. Javascript Just nights and weekends and In two thousand fifteen eighteen A BOOT camp popped up here in Fort Lauderdale and I did that. Um there's a ten week immersive course quit my job to do it and learned a little bit of Ruby and in Gum got put into contact with some other hiring partners and from there got an apprenticeship at a small agency whereas working with Ruby on rails and angular and from the rest is history so like a lot of folks in tech I don't have a CS degree. And I did a lot of things before I came to my senses in started doing this work which I really. I love So after about ten years as a writer editor graphic designer with database envy. I did a tiny boot camp in New Orleans called talent south it. It was eight short weeks and I was applying as for two jobs as a junior developer. And Hey it got one so that was cool. I was at this little agency and I felt like I was in way over my head. I had a lot of imposter syndrome heavy days while I was there which I think a lot of folks might experience and then when we realize they didn't really have the skill set for didn't have the work for my very young skill skillset. We parted ways and I jumped in to build an MVP with a tiny startup. And then I wanted to just really really go deep and broad on my skill set so I started doing the Viking coats curriculum. which if you've heard of the project it was the beefed up version of that I stumbled into some superb luck by meeting a person at rails company Phoenix who would end up being my mentor for the next year and a half I was doing contract work in rails and Then CNN reached out to me and as of last Tuesday. I have been governments as a full stack. Doubt for your. It's an amazing story as well. Thank you so much for sharing so cover. My meds I feel has been.

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"alex miller" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"alex miller" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Cardio the latest kind of like a checking account mobile phone and now the phone on networks Kinda like cash or guy so the you're going to have like EC G._S._A.. Keys on the safeguards as well and these are going to be keys that essentially user generates <hes> for themselves and those are that's going to be like their hardware wallet and that's the safe card but they also loaded up with cash and that cash can be used for <hes> micro transactions within the layer to solution the phone on network specifically those could reside on the exact same card or different one. We're going to separate this two functions so you'll be able to okay okay this safeguard this'll be on card just because sort of the security model phone on different than the security model what you use a safeguard for it. It's better to separate those two functions <hes> they may get unified at some point future <hes> bit they could be unified could be uniformed. There's no technical reasons or separate applets on Java card correct. No their phones part of the same APP. Okay interesting ended functional. It's extended. It's actually written for them to be unified. We are concerned that if someone starts playing around phone on with a card reader and they also want to use that safeguard as a hardware wallet that's essentially that's a bad idea right because it's really two different ends of the spectra bone on his to cash safeguards meant to be cold storage so it's not that you can't technically do them on the same card but the security profile of the applications is so different question is do you want to safeguard are again without thinking about that deeply well. The <hes> the safeguard you can back up essentially right and you could also yes so we are <hes> we are actually going to give the a users the option to make it <hes> backup ICAL. Don't think there's a word that when you first either generate a seed or lotus-seed <hes> you're going to set a flag that says yes. I would like the back in the future or no. I want us to be locked so you can't have a safeguard if you if you choose to hold your assets off line and to essentially be like you know if you lose it you lose your funds right. There's there's <hes> always going to be trade off between security security and reviews ability right so I want a higher degree of security. I can have this car that I can never get the private key off of right but if I lose that car to that are breaks like there you go now. If I'm going to be using <hes> non-exportable keys I should be doing that likely in Novem- to all these air and like a modest may so if I have unique unexplainable keys on three cards and I manage those three cars in the multi managed you know in the blockchain's application layer you know that's fine because if one of the carts breaks cards on still good <hes> but it's really up to the user not to the situation that they're in up to the security profile they want to achieve to decide how they want to key management interesting so <hes> I was kind of curious if in the lattices security motto with an Oven Keys would you recombine the keys on the latest one itself or would you rely on a smart contracts like <hes> noces safe to recombine them so we sir yes. There's been a massive debate internally about this right. Could Bitcoin has a very trustable application layer multi sick. Yeah theory does not right so the debate becomes comes right with bitcoin multi super simple pushups chain but in a theorem you're going to have to pull those keys out to combine them to make signature.

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"alex miller" Discussed on Published...Or Not

Published...Or Not

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"alex miller" Discussed on Published...Or Not

"Who went to scold in albert park she said on aren't really worry because they say she's staunch and she said in your book you said the woman in the in the m boarding house was irish i see jaylen know we do we say that we my son grew up in south melbourne with us with the greeks and his friends we caught him great lakes patos great patea was third generation great by then in of of a greek solo of whatever they were i went just australians do we have a moral responsibility than as watertight king uh real off events real people and then you've got the broader picture of the message behind their experience but is there a moral responsibility nasim our responsibility and everything in what you're doing right at this minute as well as the reason what we older absolutely whether we're aware of it all the time is another thing and whaler having become aware of it we act on it in the right way that's another thing someone said to me yesterday do you think we learn from history i said yes we do but we don't take any notice of what we've learned we do what see now best interest at the time of course we learn from history people often say we learned nothing from history we learn it we learn it and then we just to disarm blood if the gym because in in interest the problem is that we keep them forgetting to keep on relearning well we're not moral people we have a moral aspect to us which we are aware of and some people are totally immoral immoral i think it's an interesting question actually war ease l i think most people who have a sense of morality we live in a world that ask asks us to despise of that morality will time absolute any of the world demands us to beihai morrow as it does then had we oh heck him we function maury is that morality a construct of a society pushing forward an ideal uh that morph some changes with what uh society then sees as fit in a private uh i think president that in that sense of morality is not something that is inspired would generated by religion loubna's nations that sense.

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"alex miller" Discussed on Published...Or Not

Published...Or Not

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"alex miller" Discussed on Published...Or Not

"Laura good wonderful will allow our main on of the way you talk about writing or just sitting in you're listening to it before another will there's a reuter talking about the same sort of stuff that away think about all the time it's exactly the way i think of it to and trying to sort of year form that thing that gets into the depot level somewhere through that's nothing i found your insist the game two they really influential book for may june seems dry and wanted to be able to to take the book out of the strategy ah which is group sending our debate latic black and you simply tell the story somewhere needs to be tall baffled that was really exciting it's a brilliant book to the answers the game let was a story about a dear friend of mine to somebody who dumb committed suicide actually giannis astrid in back in the day when being and a chinese as china nami wait have a beer he lived out in numb at an eastern suburbs and wade guide to a pub and have a beer and uh halfway through the eighth inning some wellmeaning osce i could come over insight helong khabane him might look you are very welcome lovely and uh harry alike australia and alan who is perfectly astrid and he was third generation would say off ain't i think on august are not on a mock difficult contrary any play this role which you've implying all these rural lahti live and he knew very well as i did being a close friend of his for many years that those comments could be go either way that could either be that friendly drunk or i could be that nasty drunk and he live with attention that anxiety that racism only sloc so when i write it i loved writing about the chinese arriving here in 1840 i in and they've been here since crossed hallam that it a teich in our before they become australians the dutchwoman said to me it the avenue bookshop the other not she's the dutchwoman because she migrated here when she was in a 30s had daughter.

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"alex miller" Discussed on Published...Or Not

Published...Or Not

02:27 min | 4 years ago

"alex miller" Discussed on Published...Or Not

"Mm diaries the last fortyodd years she gets to know me quite well and mug passed in that way and she said ana you've been talking to write this book for at least thirty years but you didn't have the attack detachment of all with age you needed that to look back on your youthful crimes and times as a third person a he he met silly idiot down there who might allies awful mistakes and he stepped in to the far unknowingly which he doesn't do any more than diana so that's the construction of the book of the fiction most of it is totally autobiography glum happy to admit that but there of voting in time that allow things to happen not win they ridi happened but when they happen in this narrative amine as any right a knows is not what to put in its what to leave out and as a barrister knows at the end of a long complex trial and she she has a 20 minutes of summing up and she looks at the jury and she knows about and get the story right the other guys gonna win and the story is the story of that confusing mass of documentation that the jury's been listening to for six months and has nonetheless to the word of it he's got to get the story of that roy she going to leave at ninety nine percent of it well if you've already mullahs nieto your diary many many times the story of your life annoy that through this book you've all sir written that friendship you had with frankie many different times and we've seen that in in some of your early books those stories come out term so it was it was interesting to note that you had to get away to rot those stories and look now anyway back to writing because this is the bit that i really thought was fascinating you really read deeply before you could right you know you would this is the story this is the fiction may be but um at the list of people you read the chemists outsider everybody recover have you there that in my my generation menelik annoy a from different generation could be his father is naughty graham further or euro must months later after early beckett arms blame here all really.

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"alex miller" Discussed on Published...Or Not

Published...Or Not

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"alex miller" Discussed on Published...Or Not

"Child would do in any why is this the developing but these in kansas become a bit darker as yes it's it's very it's a very dark novel hence the title atlantic black i really was trying to explore tragedy it's often something that we flinch from but some i remember watching just woody allen film blue jasmine and at the end of that with cape blanchet sitting on the bench shows shocked that would yellen alan really gone the full tragedy he hadn't flinched and that becomes really appealing to me i mean this is a kind of darkness that i think he's kind of growth his score selfindulgent in which we just simply a looking for sensationalist sort of elements but then is also the possibility that to go through to a real darkness is the possibility of finding a con of xray law that allows us to see in places that we otherwise wooden have access to that we wouldn't be able to it's a cure for blindness they're they're very conceivable things i mean there's opium she sort of mike's joyce and experiments were that there's the new year's eve party which in many ways is very confronting unsighted forces of which she has controlling makes decisions forces around the social forces in many ways impinging on her and her sexuality and and things like it's been which is what everybody goes through yeah well a debit of research is because it was going to use ipm of never used ipm i looked at tough conditions of an opium ada by the quincy and i found that i thought it was best some kind of hidden he sticks at work about the joys of five pm but one of the things he points out premature media leaves that this was an answer to pine food for many paypal this is pre you know tended in in in the various kinds of things that we have for pints of people were using a full pine and then i'll talk to a nurse who'd been dealing with youth who read the book made me manuscript form as she found that a lot of the time we youth experiments who are using drugs really the not looking for some corner thrill looking for some answer to pine that.

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"alex miller" Discussed on Published...Or Not

Published...Or Not

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"alex miller" Discussed on Published...Or Not

"Thanks for downloading a 3 seattle podcast three cr is an independent community radio station based in melbourne australia we need your financial support to cape going go to www thought 3 c r dot org donahue for more information and tomorrow night on line now stay tuned for your threec our podcast molly book today is a texted tapestry so to speakers images an ideas it is alec jews atlantic black so alec once again welcome back to three see ya the billionaire again the moon this is a traditional there we we must preserve it as a traditional unfortunately we can't claim we've discovered alec put we interviewed him about black rock wide city before at one the miles franklin and all that sort of thing so we are where we sort of thing we're sort of up there but with this latest book onto the style plus icing on complete blitz c can you establish the core text us with the acquis tiny earn catarina on the atlantic for me plays sure well um the whole novel takes place in a 24hour period um it's sit on a national ana cobian catania the chinese crossing the atlantic ocean it's roughly halfway across from mexico to calais in france and um as most people would now knotting thirty nine easy save precipice of the signalled war past the grads catastrophe as species wellproduced ena so it's on that the cusp of the catastrophe um and on its from the perspective of the city seventeen year old girl who is also part of an ambassadorial families a perspective on the world and nyse events ons um abstract will that forms the backdrop but the.

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