We had Chris Peterson on to talk about sustainability. Chris holds position in multiple sustainability groups. If you want to go back and listen to the whole episode, CLICK HERE. Text us and let us know what you thought of this episode! 478-221-7009 Please consider subscribing! SUBSCRIBE! Like us on LinkedIn! Like us on Facebook! Follow us on Instagram! Eddie's LinkedIn Tyler's LinkedIn (Our day job)
Chris Peterson is an author, actor, musician, and lifelong Trekkie currently working for the Roddenberry Podcast Network show Daily Star Trek News. Check out Daily Star Trek News: https://www.dailystartreknews.com/--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/networking-on-nimbus-3/support
Chris Peterson: master sculpter, designer and artist
Total Retail: 80’s and 90’s Nostalgia
Today we talk to Chris Peterson. Chris Peterson is a world renowned sculpter, designer and artist. He has worked on many iconic movies and shows such as: Heman, Fat Albert, Bravestarr, Ghostbusters and many more. He has sculpted, designed and worked on many popular toys from the 80’s and 90’s. Today we get to hear about Chris’ start as an artist and his experiences working with Disney, Warner Bros, Filmation, Hanna Barbera, Ralph Bakshi studios and Don Bluth productions.
72. Sustainable Construction (feat. Chris Peterson)
Eddie talks about wanting shingles, but we really wanted to focus on creating sustainable building programs that recycle non-renewable resources, focus on energy conservation, and create value for the owner! Chris Peterson is the Assistant Director of Anthesis Group and the Executive Director of Electric Utility Industry Sustainable Supply Chain Alliance. His goal is to see the construction industry to head towards sustainability while also pushing for quality delivered to the owner! How do we balance being good stewards of the world while also creating quality structures? Related Links: Chris's LinkedIn Anthesis' Website Electric Utility Industry Sustainable Supply Chain Alliance' Website Text us and let us know what you thought of this episode! 478-221-7009 Please consider subscribing! SUBSCRIBE! Like us on LinkedIn! Like us on Facebook! Follow us on Instagram! Eddie's LinkedIn Tyler's LinkedIn (Our day job)
Ep.133: Talking About Constraint Management with Chris Peterson
The Tim Faller Show
The production professionals that we work with in our Roundtables Peer Group Program for Production Managers are creatively solving problems and finding new ways to manage jobs.Whether it is motivating their teams, finding new way to drive profit or measuring dollars with a new metric, sometimes we just hear about a cool idea. During our fall meetings, we heard a few new concepts and strategies that we wanted to learn more about.Therefore, in the spirit of talking with people that are solving challenges, we welcome back a former guest, Chris Peterson, VP of Production at Schloegel Design Remodel in Kansas City, MO to talk more about how he and his team address and handle constraint management.Chris has been with Schloegel for 24 years and has served in every role on the production side of the business. Three years ago, Chris and his business partner, Charlie Schloegel, purchased the business, which just celebrated 40 years in business!Tim, Steve and Chris talk more about:Background and description of Schloegel Design Remodel (size of team, type of work, etc.)What constraint management is and how Schloegel handles it.How you spot the constraint and what to do when you know where it is.Does the constraint ever really go away?Being proactive with constraint management.And more… Get More From Tim Faller Every Month with His "From the Field" Newsletter Whether it’s additional tips from his on-site work in the field or details of his latest fishing trips, don’t miss the “From the Field with Tim Faller” monthly newsletter. Each month, Tim shares some of the projects he is working in with Remodelers Advantage, when and where he is speaking, as well a few announcements just for his subscribers. January’s edition is coming out soon, so register today! The post Ep.133: Talking About Constraint Management with Chris Peterson appeared first on The Tim Faller Show.
#047 Chris Peterson: Beating Cancer, Building Boats, and Never Growing Up
Captains Collective Fishing Podcast
In this episode, we sit down with Chris Peterson, owner of Hells Bay Boat Works, and discuss the early days of his childhood in Florida, his fight with cancer, the importance of listening to guides when building skiffs, and how he went from being a kid exploring with a flat-back canoe to owning the world renowned Hells Bay Boat Works today. To learn more about our show, head to CaptainsCollective.comFishing Points App: https://fishingpoints.onelink.me/C3Ih/captainTurtle Box Audio: https://turtleboxaudio.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A candidate conversation with Utah gubernatorial hopeful Chris Peterson
Voices of Reason
On this episode of the Loudmouth Project's Voices of Reason, we’re having a candidate conversation with Chris Peterson, a University of Utah law professor and democratic candidate for Utah governor.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Chris Peterson, who joins to talk about Apex language, is the Director of Product Management for Apex in Salesforce. SponsorsThis episode is sponsored by FormAssembly.FormAssembly and Salesforce eBook – Find out how FormAssembly helps Salesforce customers optimize their data collection.This episode is sponsored by Clayton.Go to Clayton website, request a demo or use the chat service by telling “salesforceway” code to receive free one month Secure Development Essentials.Main PointsWhat is the responsibility of Chris’ team?How does Chris and the team collect working items?Is the idea exchange a good channel for developers to submit wishes?How does the team implement, test, rollback new features? The internal hammer toolWe talk about the story before and after the new Apex compiler, and what new features the new compiler brings to developers.What is the language server and how does it support LWC and Apex?Is a local Apex compiler viable?What is the new evergreen platform and how does it work in principle?Why does Chris think the evergreen platform is also good for Apex?LinksChris’ LinkedInChris’ TwitterSalesforce Evergreen platformVideo Teaser on Apex LanguageThe YouTube Video URLContact Me If you enjoy this podcast, please reach me out to let me know your thoughts or simply say Hello. My (Xi’s) contact info: LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram Emai: info(ä)salesforceway.com Take care, until next time :)!The post 60. All About Apex Language(1) | Chris Peterson appeared first on SalesforceWay.