What’s up y’all of little faith and welcome to episode 3 of the 2nd season of TFP. I’m your host Mat Hayes, and today I have the pleasure of welcoming Andrew Evans to the show. He’s an author, speaker, and TV host. Let me give you the rundown:He’s completed over 60 assignments for National Geographic, reporting from all 7 continents and over a hundred different countries. His purposeful journeys to these meaningful destinations include following an 18th century sea captain’s diary to some of the remotest islands of Polynesia, hiking 500 miles across the kingdom of Jordan, and riding public transportation on a 12,000 mile overland trip to Antartica. He’s a contributor to National Geographic, BBC Travel, The Boston Globe, and The Chicago Tribune. He’s the author of 5 books, including his award winning memoir, The Black Penguin, as well as his bestselling guidebooks to Iceland and Ukraine. We’ll talk a lot about his thoughts on the current war being fought there. And for the sake of this podcast’s relevance, he’s a gay-identifying, former Mormon! Get ready for one of the most intellectual conversations I’ve had on this show!Welcome to the podcast, Andrew!
14 year old Judith Roberts life was cut short when she was found murdered in a field near her home, and 17 year old Andrew Evans was found guilty of the murder, but was he the perpetrator?Support the show on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/Itsmurderupnorthfollow the podcast on Twitter @murderupnorthjoin the discussion group on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/mupnorthand leave a review on Apple Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/its-murder-up-north/id1493727239episode resourceshttps://www.theguardian.com/uk/2000/jun/09/jeevanvasagarhttps://wikivisually.com/wiki/Andrew_Evans_casehttps://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/midlands-news/tamworth-yorkshire-ripper-judith-roberts-15769992Birmingham Daily Post - Friday 07 July 1972Coleshill Chronicle - Friday 15 December 1972Atherstone News and Herald - Friday 30 June 1972Birmingham Daily Post - Friday 13 October 1972Daily Mirror - Tuesday 13 June 1972Coventry Evening Telegraph - Thursday 03 August 1972Coventry Evening Telegraph - Wednesday 23 August 1972Birmingham Daily Post - Thursday 17 August 1972Coventry Evening Telegraph - Monday 28 August 1972Coventry Evening Telegraph - Wednesday 14 June 1972Coventry Evening Telegraph - Thursday 13 July 1972Coventry Evening Telegraph - Saturday 08 July 1972Birmingham Daily Post - Thursday 15 June 1972Coventry Evening Telegraph - Friday 13 October 1972Coventry Evening Telegraph - Tuesday 29 August 1972Coventry Evening Telegraph - Thursday 15 June 1972Birmingham Daily Post - Tuesday 10 April 1973Birmingham Daily Post Saturday 14 April 1973Birmingham Daily Post - Friday 13 October 1972Coventry Evening Telegraph - Tuesday 10 April 1973Coventry Evening Telegraph - Friday 06 April 1973https://www.theguardian.com/theguardian/2000/jun/20/features11.g22http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/36649.stmhttps://www.innertemplelibrary.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/MiscarriagesofJustice2017.pdfhttps://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/midlands-news/tamworth-yorkshire-ripper-judith-roberts-15769992https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/local-news/from-the-archives-wrong-man-jailed-for-murder-160953http://wolfiewiseguy.blogspot.com/2014/11/miscarriage-of-justice-andrew-evans.htmlhttp://www.unsolved-murders.co.uk/murder-content.php?key=77&termRef=Judith%20Robertshttps://truecrimestoriesuk.wixsite.com/truecrimestories/post/the-unsolved-murder-of-judith-roberts
Andrew Evans is a History and Secondary Education major at Columbus State University. On this episode, Andrew reflects on how he has connected with fellow Atlanta Braves fans online, including meeting some of these connections in person at the World Series. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Dr. Aaron R. Gierhart is an Assistant Professor of Elementary Education at Columbus State University in Columbus, Georgia, and previously taught in the Illinois public schools for 11 years. You can follow him on Twitter and Instagram @aaronrgierhart Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Podcast Socials: Facebook & Instagram @JourneysOfTeaching & Twitter @JourneysTeach Thank you to Mitch Furr for the podcast theme music and Adam Gierhart for the logo artwork.
Getting the Right SignalR with Andrew Evans - AiA 338
Adventures in Angular
Here’s your SIGNAL to try SignalR. In this episode, Charles and Armed sit down with Andrew Evans, a software developer who’s keen on Microsoft’s newest toy. They discuss the best way to integrate SignalR with Angular, how SignalR is different from Socket IO, and the future of web sockets and modern apps. “With these new web standards, I would just leverage whatever tools work best for you, your company, and your customers.” - Andrew Evans In This EpisodeWanna try Microsoft’s new toy? Andrew lays out how to connect SignalR with Angular How to know if adding SignalR is right for your setup (and the most common bugs to watch out for) The BIGGEST differences between Socket IO and SignalR (and what they mean for high-end developers) Andrew talks about the future of web sockets and how they’re changing modern app architectureSponsors Top End Devs Coaching | Top End Devs LinksConnecting Microsoft SignalR with Angular | by Andrew Evans | MediumPicks Andrew- “Dune” Book Series Armen- Feeling Good by David Burns Charles- Fluxx | Looney Labs Special Guest: Andrew Evans.Sponsored By: Coaching | Top End Devs: Do you want to level up your career? or go freelance? or start a podcast or youtube channel? Let Charles Max Wood Help You Achieve Your Dreams Top End Devs: Learn to Become a Top 5% Developer. Join our community of ambitious and engaged programmers to learn how.
In Conversation With Andrew Evans, CFO of Redpath Australia
Books To The Boardroom
Today’s guest is Andrew Evans, CFO of Redpath Australia. Andrew describes himself as 'Not your typical Accountant.' As you listen to his career and story you will be able to see why.Having navigated much of his career through feel and gut, Andrew explains how he has made important decisions and his philosophy around leading others.We also talk about:Why he was encouraged to be an Accountant at a young age.The 15-minute interview he still remembers.His unique leadership style including being able to give out trust and respect from Day 1. A unique mishap he had early on in his career.How he has managed redundancies.The importance of leaning on the people you trust.AndWorking in America, and what adjustments he made to make that work.Sumith Dissanayake and Jack Ferguson co-hosted this episode.
Here is Part Two of an inspiring and entertaining conversation with Andrew Evans, professional magician and founder of The Magic Patio, San Francisco's premier magic experience. In this episode, Andrew and I pick up where we left off from Part One and continue to discuss how his business has changed during the Covid-19 Pandemic. At the end, we even have a little magic surprise that will blow your mind.
Episode 34 - Special Edition - New Guidelines for Validating Whole Slide Imaging - Andrew Evans. MD, PhD and Nicole Thomas, MPH - College of American Pathologists
The College of American Pathologists (CAP), in collaboration with the ASCP and API announced the 2021 update of guidelines for Validating Whole Slide Imaging (WSI) for diagnostic Purposes.We talk with Andrew Evans, MD, PhD, Chair of The Digital and Computational Pathology Committee and Nicole Thomas, MPH, Director of the CAP Center for Evidence Based Guidelines.
This episode is a little different and a ton of fun. I had the absolute thrill to talk with my close friend, Andrew Evans, who is a professional magician and one of the most interesting and brilliant people I know. Before taking the plunge to pursue magic as his full-time profession and open his own theater, the Magic Patio, Andrew had a successful career as a lead designer for the innovative design company, IDEO, based in the Bay Area. In this episode, Andrew tells us his story of how he went from a rollercoaster enthusiast to engineer to treehouse builder to designer to magician. We talk what it took for him to take the leap to open the Magic Patio complete with an expensive 5-year lease in the San Francisco Mission District and a staff of ten. Andrew and I had such a great time talking that I’ve split this conversation into two parts so that we can really dive into Andrew’s story. In Part One, Andrew tells us his story leading up to the Covid-19 pandemic when restrictions on indoor gatherings forced the Magic Patio to temporarily close its doors. Stay tuned for Part Two when Andrew tells us how he has adapted his magic performances to a completely virtual experience for company happy hours, team celebrations and virtual offsites.