Today's Guest is Ian Anderson, DevSecOps Engineer at Naval Surface Warfare Center. In this episode, Ian discusses what he is currently working on, the challenges associated with changing to DevSecOps, how he defines the "Sec" in DevSecOps, Navy's BlackPearl Initiative, what key metrics you should use to judge DevSecOps success, the impact that his education had on his career, what he considers our biggest security risk, and his toughest lesson learned.
Overcoming the Comparison Trap with Gratitude with Ian Anderson Gray: Day 69
The Man in the Pew Show with Phil Mershon
Do you find yourself staring at the success of others and wishing you were more like them? Does it make you jealous or feel like you’re not enough? If you’ve said yes, you’ve experienced the comparison trap. In this podcast episode, I interview Ian Anderson Gray about his experience with the comparison trap. We discuss things like self-doubt, how we measure ourselves, and the importance of God’s truth. Ian is the founder of the Confident Live Marketing Academy and is the host of the Confident Live Marketing Podcast. He helps entrepreneurs to level up their impact, authority, and profits by using live video confidently. As well as being a geek, husband, and dad to two kids, Ian is also a professional singer and lives near Manchester in the UK. Ian was also a guest on episode 45, where we discussed the imposter syndrome, the wicked cousin to the comparison trap. Ian also has a fun giveaway ending on February 4, 2021. We also explored comparison back on Day 46 of this Gratitude Challenge. Be sure to listen to the very end for Ian’s fun new jingle for Man in the Pew. Show notes: maninthepew.com/gc69
Greeting my awesome Drumsters, Today I am sharing an interview I had with Ian Anderson Gray during the Tampa Jam It's Time To Pivot Online Summit. Ian is the founder of the Confident Live Marketing Academy and Seriously Social, a blog focused on live video and social media tools. He’s an international speaker, podcaster, trainer, teacher, and consultant. Ian's discusses how you can quickly and easily learn how to add livestreaming into your business. Ian started blogging at Seriously Social in 2011, and a certain article on a social media management tool called Hootsuite, everything changed for him (it was getting over 10,000 views per month). In 2015, he started speaking around the world on social media tools. Then in 2016, Ian wrote another article, this time on Facebook Live. It had over 4 million page views and allowed him to focus as a confident live video coach – helping entrepreneurs and businesses level up their impact, authority and profits using livestreaming in your business model. Check out today's show where he'll show you how you can quickly and inexpensively add livestreaming into your life and your business. Here is the link to the video version of this interview: Ian Anderson Gray Video Interview Remember, to subscribe to the podcast so that you don't miss out on any releases. Rock On & Rock Out, Dawn-Marie Stay in Touch: IG: @lildrummergirl55 P.S. If you're interested in having your own podcast show and don't know where to begin, check out Podcasting for Drummies, a complete step-by-step guide to show you how you can quickly get your show up in 30 days or less. To learn more, head over to: www.PodcastingForDrummies.com
The Lindor trade, special guests Ian Anderson (Braves) and Nolan Jones (Indians)
On this week’s episode of the MLB Pipeline Podcast, Jim Callis, Mike Rosenbaum and Jason Ratliff discuss the Francisco Lindor trade between the Mets and Indians. The Rookie Program is underway, and Braves RHP Ian Anderson and Indians top prospect Nolan Jones join the podcast to discuss their 2020 seasons, preparing for 2021 and what they learned in the Rookie Program so far. Finally, the gang previews the beginning of the international signing period and answers your questions.
Nate and Jarett talk Central Coast Disc Golf with Ian Anderson!Sponsored byfisherdiscgolf.com (Use code Runit10 for 10% off your first order!)DiscdotUSA.com (Use code Runit10 for 10% off your first order!)Intro music and "You or Nate" by LNJ Sessions ( lnjsessions.com)
Before The Snyder Cut of the Justice League changes cinema - and humanity - forever, Warner Bros gave us a Christmas Day gift: Wonder Woman 1984, directly to HBO Max. Ian Anderson joins to review the already hugely divisive film. But instead of hyperbolizing, we try to find a middle ground and figure out what works with this sequel, but also where it went wrong, and why it doesn't work nearly as well as its predecessor. We breakdown why Wonder Woman is an important character and where (and when) we want to see her go in her third film. In a massive 0.2 section, we give quick reviews of everything we've been watching over the Holiday season, including "The MIdnight Sky," "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom," "Black Bear," and more!02:55 - Wonder Woman 198432:57 - Spoilers1:02:14 - 0.2 Section: "The Midnight Sky," "Soul," "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom," "Black Bear," "Never Rarely Sometimes Always," "The Prom," "Ted Lasso," "Muppets A Christmas Carol," "Downhill," "Home Alone 1 & 2," 'Wine Country," "A Bad Moms Christmas," and "Yes, God, Yes" Support and donate to BlackLivesMatter!If you would like to leave a comment or a suggestion on how to improve the podcast, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Check us out at https://evergreenpodcasts.com/movie-marathoners, a proud member of the Evergreen Podcast Network. We are also on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher Radio, Spotify, Overcast, Himalaya, and Castbox.Follow us on Twitter @moviemarapod. Follow Ian on Twitter at @ianders0n . Like us on Facebook to stay updated on when we release new episodes. Opening music, "Werq" created by Kevin McLeod. Find more of his work at incompetech.comTrailer clip from "Wonder Woman 1984" and spoiler clip from "Marvel's The Avengers (2012)' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 65: The Haunting of Bly Manor w/ Ian Anderson
It's Halloween season, so it's time to cuddle up under a blanket and binge a 9 hour horror series featuring creepy kids and spooky ghosts. This week, Ian Anderson joins to review Netflix's The Haunting of Bly Manor, the sequel series to The Haunting of Hill House. In the spoiler-free section, we breakdown why we love both shows, why you can watch them in any order, and why the more horror-adverse might prefer Bly Manor. In the spoiler section, we breakdown each episode, our favorite moments, and everything that goes down in the series finale. In our 0.2 section, Ian reviews Enola Holmes and I recommend the religious satire, Faith Based.02:36 - The Haunting of Bly Manor21:12 - Spoilers53:22 - 0.2 Section: "Enola Holmes" and "Faith Based" Support and donate to BlackLivesMatter! Register to vote at iwillvote.com!If you would like to leave a comment or a suggestion on how to improve the podcast, email us at email@example.com. Check us out at https://evergreenpodcasts.com/movie-marathoners, a proud member of the Evergreen Podcast Network. We are also on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher Radio, Spotify, Overcast, Himalaya, and Castbox.Follow us on Twitter @moviemarapod. Follow Ian on Twitter at @ianders0n . Like us on Facebook to stay updated on when we release new episodes. Opening music, "Werq" created by Kevin McLeod. Find more of his work at incompetech.comTrailer clips from "The Haunting of Bly Manor" and "Faith Based". Spoiler clip from "Marvel's The Avengers (2012)". Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices