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18 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Steve Edwards. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Steve Edwards, often where they are interviewed.

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18 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Steve Edwards. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Steve Edwards, often where they are interviewed.

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Steve Edwards: The man inside the machine trying to reach 1,000 marathons

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For some people, one marathon is a lifetime's dream.

Others get the bug and go back for more, while the more hardy - and some would say foolish - push on into ultra races or towards the 100 Marathon Club.

Steve Edwards, the self-styled Man Inside The Machine, takes all that to another level.

He has already run 903 marathons, and is aiming to reach the 1,000 mark.

As if that isn't impressive enough, Steve only counts official races - no virtual runs for him, doesn't count marathons he has to walk in and is aiming to get to his goal with an average time of less than three hours and 30 minutes per marathon.

Unsurprisingly, he's set a host of world records along the way, including becoming the youngest person to reach 100 marathons and the most marathons run in a year.

I spoke to him about how and why he started out on such an enormous task, and how he manages to stay fit when running so much...

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Jul 10 2020 · 1hr 2mins
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How I Grew My Business: A conversation with Steve Edwards

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Shirley Collier, President of Scale2Market interviews Steve Edwards, Founder of Edwards Performance Solutions which provides training, program management and computer security to commercial and federal entities, on what he did right over the last 23 years, what he learned and the advice he has for other entrepreneurs.

Jul 02 2020 · 31mins

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Bob Sinclar Ft. Steve Edwards - World Hold On (Atudryx Dj New Intro Mix) FREE DOWNLOAD

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Jun 30 2020 · 4mins
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Steve Edwards

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Steve Edwards is Director of Coaching and Head Coach of the South West Metro NBL1 North women's team at South West Metro Basketball Association in Brisbane, Queensland. Steve grew up in Philadelphia PA and began his working career with the US Air Force stationed initially in Korea then Japan, and travelled extensively during his service conducting several tours of duty and special operations assignments, and achieving the rank of Sergeant during his tenure.
Steve came to Australia in the late 1990's and was first associated with Club and rep programs in Sydney, and more recently in Brisbane, with both the Southern Districts Spartans and South West Metro Pirates. Steve has been a state level Head Coach and Assistant Coach and has his teams have won silver medals across U14 & U16 age groups. Steve has also been Assistant coach in two SEABL Championships in 2009 and 2014 with the Spartans women's team and in this interview, acknowledges the influence of coaching mentors such as Donna Rinaldi, Joey Wright, Leonard King and Brendan Joyce.
In this interview, we discuss the journey that led Steve to be in Brisbane as Coaching Director, his coaching philosophy and his non-negotiables as a coach. You can follow the progress of Steve's NBL1 North team through South West Metro's website :https://www.piratesbasketball.net.au/
Jun 20 2020 · 1hr 11mins

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Lake Kariba, The Victoria Falls with Steve Edwards from Musango Safari Camp, Zimbabwe

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Steve Edwards is one of Africa's most experienced game guides and it is always a privilege to be in the bush with him.  Steve and I discuss his career, which encompasses national park management in Zimbabwe, rhino conservation, paleontology and his time in Kenya.

Steve with his wife Wendy run Musango Safari Camp, an island lodge on the lake shore of Kariba, in the Matusadona Game Reserve.

Please feel free to contact them - www.musangosafaricamp.com

Apr 26 2020 · 1hr 1min
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Bob Sinclair ft. Steve Edwards - World Hold On (Jenia Smile & Ser Twister Remix)

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Apr 18 2020 · 3mins
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The Whiskey Chronicles: Part I (Steve Edwards)

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Digging through the vault, I found this three-year-old recording in which Steve Edwards and I sipped whiskey and swapped stories - among them some of Steve’s wild misadventures on the Harley. I do hope you enjoy it.

This show is completely independent and listener-supported. Want to show your support and make a pledge? Navigate to the following link and become a Patreon:

https://www.patreon.com/user?u=3864210

Face Check: At one point I quote there being 30,000 traffic fatalities a year in America. I wasn't that far under the mark. In 2016, when this was recorded, 37,461 people were killed in 34,436 motor vehicle crashes, an average of 102 per day, or 12.4 per 100,000 people per year. Japan, on the other hand, only had 4.1 traffic fatalities per 100,000 persons per year, meaning that America has more than triple the fatalities Japan does on average. In 2018, the number of traffic deaths in the US reached an estimated 40,000. Be safe on the highways out there, people!

Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Motor_vehicle_fatality_rate_in_U.S._by_year https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_traffic-related_death_rate

Got something to say? You can reach me at deep.in.japan.podcast@gmail.com

Thanks for listening, everyone!

Love and rockets,
Jul 15 2019 · 1hr 39mins
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10-24-2018 – GW’s Coach Steve Edwards and FB Dakota Cosby and QB Grant Wells

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Tracy and Carl discuss George Washington High School’s football season with two of the team’s star players.
Oct 25 2018 ·
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Episode 17 - Steve Edwards, CEO of Black & Veatch

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We’re off to a fast start in Episode 17, not quite as fast as the Chiefs in Weeks 1-3, but we’re close! Episode 17 is chock full with a huge interview that we are excited to bring to our Closers!

We start with a quick feedback/updates and a fall-installment of Can’t Lose/Must Wins.

Then into our marquee for Episode 17, with the COB co-hosts sitting down with Steve Edwards, CEO of Black & Veatch. We have a very engaging discussion with Steve about his background, the day-to-day of a CEO, his day-to-day advice for young professionals and of course wrapping up with a friendly competition. Steve serves as judge and jury as the co-hosts pitch our best ideas to retain Millennials in the workplace! Take a listen to see who gets crowned champ in this gold-plated House Cup competition!

If you have any comments or questions you want us to answer, you can DM us on Twitter/Instagram (@cobpodcast) or email us at cobpodcast@gmail.com.

Oct 01 2018 ·
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MJS 078: Steve Edwards

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Panel: Charles Max Wood

Guest: Steve Edwards

This week on My JavaScript Story, Charles speaks with Steve Edwards who is a website developer and lives in Portland, OR. He is a senior developer at an international corporation called, Fluke. Today’s main topic of conversation is Drupal. Check out the episode to hear about this and much more! 

In particular, we dive pretty deep on:

1:05 – Chuck: Welcome! I appreciate your contributions with hooking me up with some people.

2:22 – Started in IT in 1995.

2:38 – Chuck: How did you get into software development?

2:46 – Steve: In high school not much courses on it. Then in college did some programming there. After college, I was supposed to get married. I was thinking finance. Never nailed down what I wanted to do. Called Bank of America in 1991 – called them. He said let me put in touch with someone. One of the things I got to put classes on “how does this system work.” I got into the banking job and realized not for me. Did realize that I do like teaching. Got software support for another bank. My banking software experience got me the job. We did interfaces – data from PC base to main systems like IBM, etc. I dealt with the source. Same time, I was a diehard racket ball player; on the board state organization. Someone organizing a website for group through Front Page. Hey do you want to take this over? Got to know Front Page. It’s painful to think about it. Same time a position opened up. I got PHP books, and created a new website for our racket ball organization. Off-time learning this. At work I used other tools for the job. That’s where I got into programming and developing. I was an analyst and wanted to program. I created a website from nothing in 2004 for a mountain bike shop. Learned a lot about PHB – and learned that I never want to build anything from scratch ever again. 2006 I start looing for a CMS and I got into some evaluations and got into Drupal. Now I got to do fulltime Drupal. Some guys left the company and got to do Drupal, also. There’s a book on basic JavaScript, and haven’t gotten into it. It’s nice because since 2009 I have been working from home. 3-4 years ago I heard about Angular and how it was used in Drupal. Weather.com – they did things with Angular. I started diving into Angular. Then a small project – worked with Travis then we started with our new ideas/projects. Then I went and took some Angular classes, and I was working on my project. I had these questions. They said that this was used for a one-time use. Okay, I had to figure it out. Travis one day asked: What are you doing? I showed him with the calendar and integrated with... Travis asked if I wanted to go to work with him. Then the past few years I have been working with Vue.js.

12:41 – Chuck: In 2006 I got into Ruby on Rails. I got into jQuery and did some backbone and progressed the same way you did. Worked with Angular and Vue. There is a lot going on there. Interesting to see how this has all progressed. At what point did you decide – JavaScript is the focus to some of these projects?

13:42 – Steve: Lightweight functions.

15:25 – Advertisement – Coder Job

16:05 – Chuck: What are you proud of with the work you’ve done?

16:20 – Steve: Article - All the different projects that it looks like for a developer – I have 5 or 6 projects that I want to get to that I haven’t had time to get to.

Steve talks about one of the projects he is working on.

17:55 – Chuck: What are you working on now?

17:59 – Steve: My company, Fluke, we have a cool setup. It has a three-legged system. In that we have all the background data, another for digital assets, and...

Steve: It’s so fast – I am trying to enhance it to make it even faster.

Another thing that I am working on is that we have a scheduling website for the fire department I am apart of. Band-Aids and glue hold it together. I am trying to work with a calendar so it can integrate – take over the data of a cell and put y stuff in there.  It would be efficient so I don’t get all these errors with this old system. It would give me grand control.

20:16 – Steve: I want to get more and more into JavaScript. The one thing that I like about my story is that you did in your spare time. That’s how I got into Google. Multiple years working up late, working with people and different modules. I got good enough (in 2009) and got good enough – it got me into the door.

21:13 – Chuck talks about his course on how to get a job.

Chuck: All you have to do to level-up is to put into the time. Working on open-source project

21:56 – Steve: Learning – find a project you want to do. What is something you want to tackle? What and how can you get it done with your tools? Stack overflow, or Slack questions. We started a new Meetup (last meeting was last month) and people do Vue on a regular basis. Slack room. That’s how I got into...

Personal experience you can help people and find

23:00 – Chuck: People want to level-up for different reasons. Whether you are trying to get better, or learn new things – getting to know people and having these conversations will shape your thinking.

23:33 – Steve: Also, networking.

24:10 – Chuck: I wasn’t happy where I was at and talked to people. Hey – what else is out there?

24:37 – Chuck: Any recommendations?

24:42 – Steve: The amount of courses that are out there, and it can be overwhelming. Find courses when they go on sale. I found some courses that were only $10.00. There is stuff that is free and things that you can pay for. It can be inexpensive.

26:38 – Chuck: I do the same thing. I wait for things to go on sale first. I’ve done that with courses. However you learn it. Some people work through a book and for others that’s not the way. Sometimes I will start with a video course then I get frustrated. It helps, though. There are different ways to do it. Go do it.

27:39 – Steve: There is a lot of good jobs – get your foot in the door as a junior guy. Getting the real-life experience.

28:15 – Chuck: How do people get ahold of you?

28:18 – Steve: Twitter, GitHub, wherever...

28:48 – Picks!

28:53 – Advertisement for Digital Ocean

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Sep 26 2018 · 39mins
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