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Ep 63: Financial Independence with Dave G

The Irish FIRE Podcast

Michael interviews Dave G, a co-host of the Limerick FI meet up group.Dave is based in Newcastle West, in Co. Limerick.  Dave is originally from the UK and is a PAYE earner.  He has a unique FIRE journey is looking to become FI through real estate investing.During the interview, we talk mindset, investing and how Dave keeps motivated on this FIRE journey.Show Notes:Check out Dave's website at:https://www.firedave.comDave and I both took part in the FIRE HQ event:https://www.firehq.ieLimerick FI Meet Up Grouphttps://www.meetup.com/financial-indepdence-limerickBe sure to visit:https://www.firepodcast.ie

41mins

6 Nov 2020

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FileMaker Origin Stories: Ep 2: Sarah and Barb L and Dave G

The Context Podcast

Today's origin stories comes from: Sarah Stickfort Barb Levine Dave Graham We mention the WITFm Claris Engage ScholarshipSarah is working on integrating Dayback and LedgerLink togetherDave's working on learning JavaScript and our API First mentality.

25mins

7 May 2020

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Swb fantasy football interview with Dave G 3rd place

SWB Fantasy football

Dave joins the boys to take 2019

38mins

25 Feb 2020

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4. Sabbath is For Us - Dave G & John N

Oasis Church Birmingham: Talks

4. Sabbath is For Us - Dave G & John N by Oasis Church Birmingham

36mins

22 Sep 2019

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BaF with Mark, Mel, & Jason

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1hr 6mins

4 Aug 2019

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Maker Monday - Dave G Designs

At Home with the Fishers

Join us for the fifteenth episode of 'At Home with the Fishers' featuring Chris Fisher, the Blind Woodturner, and Nicola Fisher. This week we are joined by Dave G Designs for Maker Monday. Talking about Steve Twydell's birthday, the pen giveaway, holey moley and Woodfest, and with shoutouts to: Dave G Designs - https://www.youtube.com/user/ar53na1/featured Timber Marvels - https://www.instagram.com/0timbermarvels0/ All of our subscribers, old and new. Listen on Anchor: https://anchor.fm/thefishers Join us on Mondays at 19:30 UK time. We'll be talking about being a blind craftsman, creating and making, and life in general. Hang out with us for the live stream or listen later on Anchor. We would like to invite you to join us for our new segment, Maker Monday. Whether you’re a new or an established maker, we would love to chat with you. Please get in touch if you would like to be on the podcast.

1hr 33mins

15 Jul 2019

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Mini-cast: Who Cares for Care Workers? (w/ Dave G.)

Working People

We chat with Dave G, cohost of the Mandatory OT podcast, member of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW), and longtime State Tested Nursing Assistant (STNA) in the Ohio Valley. We talk about what it's like to work as an STNA, the low pay, the rampant injuries workers sustain, and about the difficulty of unionizing when your coworkers are reactionaries.  Additional links/info below... Mandatory OT podcast Soundcloud and Twitter page IWW Twitter page  West Virginia IWW Twitter page Sample CNA Job Description ZipRecruiter, "What Is the Average CNA Salary by State" John Caniglia & Jo Ellen Corrigan, The Plain Dealer, "Ohio Nursing Homes' Low Staffing Called a 'Crisis,' Puts Residents at Risk: A Critical Choice" Zack Budryk, Fierce Healthcare, "Workplace Danger: Nursing Assistants Suffer More Physical Injuries than Construction Workers" Alexandra Bradbury, Labor Notes, "Don't 'Lean' On Me, Hospital Workers Say"  Jeff Spross, The Week, "America Is on the Verge of a Nursing Crisis" Featured Music (all songs sourced from the Free Music Archive: freemusicarchive.org) Lobo Loco, "Malte Junior - Hall"

40mins

17 Apr 2019

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Think Time

Dave, a psychologist and Brian's friend from Hofstra Law School, discusses their days there, including a negotiation competition that they competed in together, Dave's psychology practice, and many amusing stories.  (0:53).

53mins

4 Apr 2019

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Dave G & Jeremy Rauch: Hacking Capitalism

Black Hat Briefings, USA 2007 [Video] Presentations from the security conference.

The financial industry isn't built on HTTP/HTTPS and web services like everything else. It has its own set of protocols, built off of some simple building blocks that it employs in order to make sure: that positions are tracked in real time, that any information that might affect a traders action is reliably received, and that trades happens in a fixed timeframe. Unlike the protocols that comprise the internet as a whole, these haven't been scrutinized to death for security flaws. They're written with performance in mind and security is often just an afterthought, if present at all. And there are dozens of them, with names you may have never heard of before... This talk will discuss the security implications of the protocols and technologies used by the financial industry to maintain the beating heart of capitalism. We'll take a look at some of the most popular protocols used by financials to execute billions (trillions!) of dollars worth of trades, discuss the flaws inherent in them, some of the implementation flaws in them, and discuss how hiding your money under your mattress might not be the worst idea. Jeremy Rauch For over 10 years Jeremy Rauch has been at the forefront of information security. An original member of the ISS X-Force and a co-founder of SecurityFocus, Jeremy is the discoverer of numerous security vulnerabilities in widely-deployed commercial products. Jeremy is also a former principal engineer for optical switching at Tellium.

20mins

9 Jan 2006

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Dave G & Jeremy Rauch: Hacking Capitalism

Black Hat Briefings, USA 2007 [Audio] Presentations from the security conference.

The financial industry isn't built on HTTP/HTTPS and web services like everything else. It has its own set of protocols, built off of some simple building blocks that it employs in order to make sure: that positions are tracked in real time, that any information that might affect a traders action is reliably received, and that trades happens in a fixed timeframe. Unlike the protocols that comprise the internet as a whole, these haven't been scrutinized to death for security flaws. They're written with performance in mind and security is often just an afterthought, if present at all. And there are dozens of them, with names you may have never heard of before... This talk will discuss the security implications of the protocols and technologies used by the financial industry to maintain the beating heart of capitalism. We'll take a look at some of the most popular protocols used by financials to execute billions (trillions!) of dollars worth of trades, discuss the flaws inherent in them, some of the implementation flaws in them, and discuss how hiding your money under your mattress might not be the worst idea. Jeremy Rauch For over 10 years Jeremy Rauch has been at the forefront of information security. An original member of the ISS X-Force and a co-founder of SecurityFocus, Jeremy is the discoverer of numerous security vulnerabilities in widely-deployed commercial products. Jeremy is also a former principal engineer for optical switching at Tellium.

20mins

9 Jan 2006