Cuffed To Construction // Cuffing Season (Part 13) // Travis Greene
What are you building? God never called you to build your own platform, His desire is to build his platform in you for Him to stand on. This week, Travis Greene asks the question, what bricks are we using? We have built our platforms with bricks that are self-made, of acceptance, fame, dishonor, and jealousy. God wants to break down the bricks of our own creation and build his Kingdom with stones. If you want to allow God to build His platform in you, this message is for you!
In this episode I talk about the song Oil and Water by Travis Greene and the message from the song, God's everlasting love ,and how it relates to the parable of the woman who encountered a prophet and filled the jar with Oil and it continued to fill and overflow.Enjoy the episode, and subscribe If you want to give your life to Christ send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Hope you are having a good and enjoyed the episode! Jesus Loves you. Make sure to subscribe to any platform you are listening from. Email:email@example.com. CMSPOD LINKS! - https://beacons.page/cmspodcastOil and water - https://open.spotify.com/track/6vREtE2UPe78r9FfuoBtJj?si=cf6e1b3e4a7740e7--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/codedmusicstory/message
Travis Greene - Director of Strategy for IT Operations Products at Micro Focus
Intelligent Automation Radio
The IT industry, not unlike biology, evolves at a measured pace. Innovations perceived as great leaps forward are more often usually just novel combinations of existing capabilities repurposed for new tasks. The wow factor generated by the latest vendor offerings is primarily due to their inventive approach to solving current problems, not the revelation of some unimaginably futuristic scientific advancement. It therefore behooves us to consider the solutions IT automation produces in evolutionary, rather than revolutionary, terms. One such executive taking this long view is Travis Greene, Director of Strategy for IT Operations Products at Micro Focus. As witness to a couple decades worth of progressions in IT operations, he has a clear-eyed perspective on where our industry is going, based on where we’ve been. Travis drops in to share his insights with us, and along the way we'll learn why developers will never be able to wish IT Ops away, the future role of humans in automated enterprises, & the biggest factors in making IT automation successful.
24. Producing For Da Truth, Travis Greene And Limoblaze - Mag44 (The Zambia Series)
Cleaning The Airwaves
Thank you for your support by helping us create content. MPESA TILL (BUY GOODS) - 5236949 PAYPAL - Njau.firstname.lastname@example.org CARD PAYMENTS - https://bit.ly/donatecta SEND WAVE - (+254) 0701-000-777 Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE - http://bit.ly/SubscribeToCTA His been known for his killer beats, creative direction, knockout punchlines and minister of the Gospel, a Gospel Activist. Prior to his conversion, Magnus "Mag44" Mando, was an upcoming hip hop artist with a love of crazy word play, but after his conversion his been known mostly for his crazy productions like Fyn Fyn Boy and Chikondi for Tio, Bana Ba Kwa Lesa and I Gat Game for Mandiva, Nyamula Manja for Gospel Activist plus many more, too many to mention. However, very few people knew this Zambian producer was as gifted on the MIC.
Tap in to this Exclusive Interview with Travis Greene as we talk about his new project “Oil and Water” , preaching during the pandemic, bridging the gap in mainstream and much more on this episode of Da Fixx!--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dj-focus/support
#4: Data Science meets Philosophy: Exploring how Human Rights Should Shape Our Online Lives with Travis Greene
The ACIT Science Podcast
In this episode, we are talking to Ph.D. candidate Travis Greene from the Institute of Service Science in Taipei, Taiwan, about the philosophical, ethical, and judicial implications of modern data science, machine learning algorithms, and recommender systems. We talk about the ethical responsibilities of individual data scientists, a wider perspective on the role of behavioral big data in our societies, and the moral dilemma associated with building potentially harmful algorithms. We discuss the difference between American and European approaches to data privacy and protection, the GDPR, the recent court rulings around Privacy Shield by the European Court of Justice, how we could shape online rights around ideas of building our own narrative online, how recommender systems of the future should take ideas around human well-being and flourishing into account, and how they are related to religions in giving us closure in complex information environments. We end the conversation by talking about how scientific work prospers from personal contact, conferences, and collaborations. The podcast is hosted by Manuel Brenner.