Episode 105 Travis Cox Streaming, Family & Geeking Out
So when a buddy starts streaming on Facebook, I have to talk with him about it. Travis is a family man, a wrestling fan and geeky. So we get into video game streaming, setup ups, how to start streaming, wrestling, comic books, movies and a whole gambit of topics. Join the conversation. Find Travis streaming here: https:fb.gg/Epsilonlive--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/conversations about.../support
Ep 11 l Thanks to bowling. A conversation with Travis Cox from Inductive Automation
The Human and Machine Podcast
Travis started with Inductive Automation in 2003 and has overseen numerous successful launches of HMI and SCADA projects. Travis shares his exciting journey, and a preview of Ignition 8.1, which adds impressive new features to Ignition Perspective. Learn more about Ignition 8.1: https://bit.ly/3kCk21m If you want to feature on our show, or want us to cover any specific topic, let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website www.element8.co.za
Travis Cox & Arlen Nipper Talk MQTT & Digital Transformation
Inductive Conversations Podcast
Travis Cox and Arlen Nipper take a deep dive into the world of Digital Transformation and IIoT. They discuss the success of the MQTT protocol, the importance of education in continuing adoption of MQTT, the hurdles companies face when approaching the Digital Transformation, and how a strong ecosystem can achieve a solid IIoT infrastructure. They also touch upon the importance of the Eclipse Foundation, Sparkplug Working Group and much more. Learn more at inductiveautomation.com
In-depth conversation about the philosophical underpinnings necessary for true sustainability and the shift that our culture needs to take to become sustainable--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/a-state-of-mind/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/a-state-of-mind/support
This week we sat down with Travis Cox, a veteran turned strength and conditioning coach for the San Antonio Spurs, turned business executive. Travis got real with us as they discussed how mentors, connections to the veteran community, his faith, and his work with non profit organizations has helped him to thrive. He served 8 years in the Reconnaissance community. If you are unfamiliar with what that means, which is an elite special operations unity within the marine corps. He served one deployment in Iraq as a point man & designated marksman in a Force Recon Direct Action team. He finished his time in the Marine Corps as the Chief Scout and headed up all sniper training within his recon unit.After returning from military service, like so many veterans Travis struggled to find a direction and found himself moving down a dark path with substance abuse. In the podcast he talks about his struggles with substance abuse and how he found his way back to health and happiness through recovery.
Episode 7 - Special Guest Travis Cox of the Worthington Wood Bat Tournament - NL East Predictions
Phoenix Bats Uncut: The Baseball Podcast
Phoenix Bats - your favorite bat company - is now podcasting! Join host Joel Armbruster - CEO of Phoenix Bats - as well as his fire throwing teammates Brian Chenetski and Rick Antinori, as they discuss the Worthington Wood Bats Tournament (@WoWoodBat) with tournament director/founder Travis Cox. The guys make their NL West predictions and touch on the week in baseball news. #TeamPhoenix Twitter:@PhoenixBats@JoelArmbruster@B7aylor@BrianChenetski@WoWoodBat Instagram:@PhoenixBats@JoelArmbruster@b7aylor@Chenetski Email: email@example.com
Travis Cox: Sustainability is Ecopsychology is Sustainability
Mindful U at Naropa University
Ecopsychology is a field whose goal is to bridge our cultures' long standing historical gulf between the psychological and the ecological to see the needs of the planet and the person as a continuum. Transpersonal ecopsychology is the evolving exploration expression and embodied practice of the inter-dependence of humans in the more than human world, which tends towards to the health balance and optimal well being of all. A change in our internal landscapes might change our relationships with the land in a way that includes extending social ethics to the land and an examination of our loyalties, affections, and convictions.Special Guest: Travis Cox, PhD.