70. Michael Gill: on CAN Journal, elder care and White People
Conversation For Adults
Michael Gill MFA is the Editor and Publisher of CAN Journal, the collaborative arts magazine of the Collective Arts Network and, a few days after Christine Priola, Susan Allan Brock and other Donald Trump supporters try to take the U.S. Capitol hostage, answers the musical question “what the hell is going on with white people?” We talk about why liberals love James Baldwin and Ta-nehisi Coates, how white women try to restrain black opportunity (#Karen) and the two types of whiteness. Also, taking care of the edlerly and the rules to handling a Black Man’s Money. It’s cocksuckery, printmaking and white accountability -- at last-- on #conversationforadults. Resources:Canjournal.orgMichael on FB: facebook.com/michael.gill.7547Read my articles in CAN JournalLet’s Talk:Website: conversationforadults.comInstagram: @conversationforadultsFacebook: facebook.com/conversationforadultswithjimiizraelTwitter: @convoforadultsConversation for Adults is a production of Crate Media
Michael went on many expeditions with Sir Edmund Hillary and was a friend of his for 50 years and has written an in-depth biography of his life. In this interview we find out about how they first met and what going on several expeditions with him all around the world was like. We also learn about his memories of Sir Ed and the key points in his life and how they influenced him and what his character was like. Michael has had a fascinating life so it was really interesting to hear about his adventures as well. If you enjoy this then check out some of the other episodes in the back catalogue as well as there are more than 235. www.theseeds.nz The book with Michael wrote on Sir Edmund Hillary: https://www.pottonandburton.co.nz/product/edmund-hillary/
Episode 8: Leigh Bezezekoff & Michael Gill (Washington Nightlife Music Association)
Raised on Rhythm
In this episode I talk with 2 heavy-hitters in Seattle's live music industry -Leigh Bezezekoff began her career in 2007, going on to work as an artist manager, promoter, and talent buyer. She's currently part of the team at Seattle's Tractor Tavern. Leigh's also done production work for area festivals including Bumbershoot.Michael Gill is the talent buyer for Central Saloon, in addition to fronting his own band, [ b r a c k e t s ].Michael and Leigh discuss their newfound roles advocating for live music as part of the Washington Nightlife Music Association (WNMA). We also discuss the challenges of managing music venues, along with new bands they're excited about!For more information, check out:https://wanma.info/Music in this episode:"Brown Liquor" - BearAxehttps://open.spotify.com/track/6rTwt9OLxiXhOVzXFatFqu?si=ZlmSWkCASvKnMrbzQfZvVQ"Know The Knot" - Constant Lovershttps://open.spotify.com/track/7A3rkjBiRPfCe0BxcWQ3Rq?si=MTN8hHqUTHGGxRQLLi8Asw
Avsnitt 21 - Gäst: Michael Gill "Sonic är ju en tönt"
Vem är Michael Gill? Varför är hans portfolio coolare än din? Vilken spelmusik lyssnar han helst på? Och vad har han egentligen för kontroversiell åsikt om Sonic the Hedgehog? Ett spelspäckat gästavsnitt där Eli och Salle tar ett litet försiktigt kliv ur den tredje dimensionen och in i den andra för ovanlighetens skull. 1:49 - Intro 3:14 - Intervju: Michael Gill 39:20 - Intervju: spelfrågor 74:00 - Outro
Michael Gill – Leading with low-code as a CTO, and making Clutch.io the default tool for frontend development
No Code & Code
In this episode of the No Code & Code podcast, Michael Gill, CTO at GPS Trackit, shares about his experience integrating no-code into the code stack at his company - from first getting his team on board, to eventually wanting to use no-code to build out all of the company’s front-end pages.Michael starts by outlining the issues that his design team faced in communicating their vision to the engineering team. There would often be multiple rounds of back and forth between the two teams as they tried to find common ground between the design and the actual implementation. He dives into explaining how Clutch, a tool that is like Webflow for building front-end interfaces and exports React code, drastically improved the productivity and connectivity between his teams. Michael highlights how Clutch allows for flexibility in letting teams pick and choose where they want to implement it, such as using Clutch for one page in an app and writing code directly for another. In addition, Michael mentions other perks of Clutch, such as being able to view live updates of when teammates are editing, bringing more standardization to how the code is written, using Github to manage version control, and more.The episode ends with Michael giving other CTOs a few words of advice regarding integrating no-code into their companies and naming his top no-code feature requests.You can find Michael on Twitter, and check out his Maker Minions workshop on how to use no-code at your company. You can also find some of the resources mentioned in this episode at the links below: Resources mentioned: Bubble: http://bubble.io/Clutch: https://clutch.io/DraftBit: https://draftbit.com/Bitbucket: https://bitbucket.org/productWebflow: https://webflow.com/GitHub: https://github.com/AWS: https://aws.amazon.com/UI Bakery: https://uibakery.io/
GDIY Profiles are bonus episodes that feature your average DIY dog trainer and hunter. All dog owners have a story of what got them involved and the main lessons learned along the way. Hearing numerous people’s stories along with their mistakes, helps promote the idea that WE ALL STARTED AT THE SAME PLACE!
S1: E14 - "The developer who can pull those two worlds together. " - Michael Gill
CodeLess: A Narrative on Visual Development (NoCode)
In this episode, we talk with Michael Gill - the Automation King. Gill is a software developer, a SaaS CTO, as well as a NoCode CTO. You may know him form his NoCode Coffee newslestter, but he is also in beta with Cuppa; and is set to release his highly anticipated e-book, Maker Minions on April 11, 2020. . This interview with Gill is nothing less than a magician revealing the secrets behind the tricks they perform. For magicians, that sacrilegious, but in NoCode, that is highly encouraged. Gill does a great job bringing the best of both worlds, code and NoCode. Straddling the line of all that matters, which is effective product development that eliminates a customer's pain point.He also gives kudos to some other awesome no-code makers who inspired him with their iterative MVP attitude. Hot Takes 4:18 - Origin Story. 5:48 - NoCode isn't cheating - even for a developer. 9:17 - How to create an automated newsletter. 14:26 - A VC Fund for NoCode Makers!. 16:20 - Maker Minions - An automated e-book. 19:59 - Grab a Cuppa ☕️ with interesting people from Twitter. 21:19 - Why would a software developer build with NoCode. 22:51 - On working with Jens Lennartsson Collaboration is different in NoCode vs. Code. 25:43 - Dark sides of Nocode - Too many tools! 30:12 - How developers can help NoCode. 31:36 - Idea vs execution with MVP experiment canvas. 36:52 - Build in the open / Work out loud. 38:29 - What happens to coders? 43:04 - What you didn't know about Michael Gill. 45:44 - Summary and Predictions.Music Credits Stephskillie - https://www.looperman.com/tracks?mid=Stephskillie RMarc1313 - https://www.looperman.com/tracks?mid=RMarc1313 Prod. nocredit - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEmMHfBN2NDsiEteozFVgYQ Bobbyoddsock - https://www.looperman.com/tracks?mid=bobbyoddsock--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/codeless/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/codeless/support
Composer, performer and musician Michael Gill sits down with Meghan and Greg to talk about what really matters in life as well as career highlights and upbringing. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/experiencepoints/support
Often times on the Terminal Mile, we shine a spotlight on athletes in their young 20s to mid 30s, living their physiologically best years chasing the top of the athletic world, but every now and again, there are other areas of our sport that really catch our eyes, and our imaginations. Michael Gill is one of those people. Beginning running in his teens, running with the notable Windsor Lancers, taking 5 years off from the sport, and eventually returning, Michael, an athlete born in 1977, has found his stride this year, capturing both the Ontario Masters 5,000, 14;44 and 10,000, 30:45 records. Michael joins us this week, and we talk about those races, what he enjoys about the sport, the legacy of Gary Malloy, twizzlers and more.