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Cabell Rhode vs Tracy Lee

Shitty Song of the Week

This week we're joined by someone as we settle a dispute. We were threatened with "legal parameters" for what we do. Well it turns out we don't respond well to threats. We may need to get a lawyer this week as we go through: Cabell Rhode: Paid in Full vs Tracy Lee: Invisible

1hr 11mins

30 Sep 2022

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Tracy Lee Nelson in our Spotlight Interview (Blues)

Indigenous in Music with Larry K

Welcome to Indigenous in Music with Larry K! Today welcome back from the The La Jolla Indian Reservation, Mr. Tracy Lee Nelson. Blue Musician, Actor, and Fine Artist, he been working hard, putting out the singles and and drawing up some fine art pieces you can view our homepage at Indigenous in Music and Arts.org. Enjoy music from Tracy Lee Nelson, Irv Lyons Jr. Herbie Barns, Wolfsheart, Jose Feliciano, Amaru Tribe, Aterciopleados, Jamie Coon, John McLeod, Crystal Shawanda, Midnight Sparrows, The City Lines, Gary Small & the Coyote' Bros, B-Side Players, Salty Dog, Bomba Estero, Stolen Identity, Melody McArthur, Don Amero, Rachael Cole, Shawn Michael Perry, Old Soul Rebel, NORTHBOUND51, Darren Geffre, Adrian Sutherland and much much more.Stop over to our homepage at www.IndigenousinMusicandArts.org and visit our Two Buffalo Virtual Gallery, currently featuring Tracy Lee Nelson.

1hr 56mins

29 May 2022

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Leading From the Top, Creating a Community, and Balancing It All with Tracy Lee

Whiskey Web and Whatnot

Great things come in unexpected places. For Tracy Lee, an ex-boyfriend’s T-shirt sporting the Ember Tomster is what tipped her off to software development. Following curiosity and a three-week bootcamp, Tracy was hooked and ready to take on a career in coding.Today, Tracy is the CEO of This Dot Labs. She leads a team of 50 developers with a focus on reactive programming, web performance, and developer experience. Her clients and colleagues have become her closest friends and she’s always looking to help fellow developers expand their careers. When she’s not running an agency, Tracy is part of the RX Core Team (one of her many professional memberships), posting tech content to social media, and raising a new baby boy. So how does she manage it all? In this episode, Tracy talks with Chuck and Robbie about wearing every hat under the sun and wearing them well, why she loves RxJS, having hard conversations with over-eager developers, what’s so often ignored by non-technical CEOs, and what keeps Tracy motivated above all else. Key Takeaways [00:09] - A Cinco De Mayo-themed beverage review.  [02:47] - An intro to Tracy. [06:17] - What RxJS is used for.  [09:28] - How Tracy balances everything. [18:55] - Tracy’s life outside of coding, parenting, and business ownership.  [27:17] - How Tracy first got into web development.  [38:23] - Tracy’s advice for developers and the hardest pill to swallow when you’re over-eager.  [45:05] - An important conversation about whiskey and Tracy’s liquor cabinet.  Quotes[08:24] - “Check out RxJS if you have not checked out RxJS. And then if you like it, I think it takes people a little bit to wrap their heads around it because it’s a new way of thinking, but once people do I feel like people just want to RxJS all the things.” ~ @ladyleet [15:19] - “I hope I can turn my life into only doing my hobby again. So that’s my goal. Hire enough people to where I can actually not have to do all the things I don’t love.” ~ @ladyleet [29:36] - “I love development because it was so challenging to me, instead of business. I think developers go the other way, they’re like, ‘oh development’s easy, let me do business stuff because that’s challenging.’ For me it was different, I was like, ‘man this is so invigorating, this is hard and it’s awesome and I can build things and create things.’” ~ @ladyleet [35:19] - “I always talk about web performance and generally no one really wants to invest in it but performance is such a huge deal.” ~ @ladyleet Links Tracy on Twitter This Dot Labs Cutwater Spirits Bartesian Keurig RxJS Core Team Google Developer Expert GitHub Stars Microsoft MVP RxJS Angular Ember.js  ember-concurrency tc39 Proposal for Observable  Introduction to RxJS Patterns in React This Dot Media on YouTube React Ken Wheeler Cricut JavaScript Meetup ES2015 The Ember CLI GraphQL Apollo Federation Vanilla JS Sagamore Spirit Four Roses Single Barrel Blanton’s Bourbon E.H. Taylor, Jr. Collection W.L. Weller Rickhouse Buffalo Trace Distillery Pappy Van Winkle's Whiskey Willett Distillery Stagg Jr.  Jeffrey Morgenthaler’s Amaretto Sour Laphroaig Porsche Experience Center This Dot Media Angular Meetup This Dot Media React Meetup This Dot Media Women In Tech Monthly Mentoring Connect with our hosts Robbie Wagner Chuck Carpenter Ship Shape Subscribe and stay in touch Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts Whiskey Web and Whatnot Top-Tier, Full-Stack Software ConsultantsThis show is brought to you by Ship Shape. Ship Shape’s software consultants solve complex software and app development problems with top-tier coding expertise, superior service, and speed. In a sea of choices, our senior-level development crew rises above the rest by delivering the best solutions for fintech, cybersecurity, and other fast-growing industries. Check us out at shipshape.io.

57mins

26 May 2022

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LRA S2E15 – Hunting with Shawn and Tracy Lee

Long Range Tactics

In this episode we talk with Shawn Herrin of We Like Shooting and Ms. Tracy Lee after a successful hunt in Utah.  Talking Points- Safety while hunting Lesson learned Ethical shots New hunters getting involved And much more Episode Brought to you by: 1- Kryptek Outdoor Group- Code KRYPTEKLEGION2022 2- Primary Arms- Code FRN 3- … LRA S2E15 – Hunting with Shawn and Tracy Lee Read More »

1hr 8mins

18 May 2022

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LRA S2E15 – Hunting with Shawn and Tracy Lee

Long Range Tactics

In this episode we talk with Shawn Herrin of We Like Shooting and Ms. Tracy Lee after a successful hunt in Utah.  Talking Points- Safety while hunting Lesson learned Ethical shots New hunters getting involved And much more Episode Brought to you by: 1- Kryptek Outdoor Group- Code KRYPTEKLEGION2022 2- Primary Arms- Code FRN 3- … LRA S2E15 – Hunting with Shawn and Tracy Lee Read More »

1hr 8mins

18 May 2022

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This Dot Media with Tracy Lee

PodRocket - A web development podcast from LogRocket

Tracy Lee is the CEO of This Dot Labs, a Google Developer Expert, a Microsoft MVP, and a member of the RxJS Core Team. She joins us to talk about hiring developers, building community, and some exciting things she has planned for the future. Links https://twitter.com/ladyleet https://www.thisdot.co https://www.youtube.com/ThisDotMedia https://twitter.com/ThisDotMedia https://www.ladyleet.com https://www.thisdot.co/jobs https://modernweb.podbean.com https://modernweb.podbean.com/e/s08e017-modern-web-podcast-blockchain-curious-it-s-easy-js-developers-should-start-learning https://www.angularworldtour.com https://www.reactworldtour.com Contact us https://podrocket.logrocket.com/contact-us @PodRocketpod What does LogRocket do? LogRocket combines frontend monitoring, product analytics, and session replay to help software teams deliver the ideal product experience. Try LogRocket for free today.Special Guest: Tracy Lee.

24mins

8 Oct 2021

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Tracy Lee Chats About Positivity

Chats with Kent C. Dodds

We have to remember that we are all human beings with social and emotional needs. Our career suffers when we fall into a pit of negativity or when we put up mental barriers that prevent us from interacting with people we might've wanted to talk to. In this episode, Tracy Lee chats about the importance of remembering that everyone, even the awesome people speaking at the conference are all human. When we idolize people it's easy to fall into the trap of thinking they're "better" than we are. We might miss out on opportunities to speak with them out of self-consciousness. Tracy also addresses how general negativity can impact our careers. She cautions against doom scrolling on Twitter and gives us some great strategies on how to surround ourselves with positivity, without burying our heads in the sand to the problems in our world. HomeworkThing of a specific positive thing and share it with somebody!ResourcesThis Dot Labs is hiringThis Dot Labs meetupsThe Power Of BadGuest: Tracy LeeTwitter: @ladyleetGitHub: @ladyleetWebsite: thisdot.coHost: Kent C. DoddsWebsite: kentcdodds.comTwitter: @kentcdoddsGitHub: @kentcdoddsYouTube: Kent C. DoddsEpic React: epicreact.dev

32mins

4 Oct 2021

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Ep.29 Process, Discovery And Inspiring Artfulness with Tracy Lee Stum - Creative Director & Principal, Inspire Artfulness, Inc.

NXTLVL Experience Design

About Tracy,Tracy Lee’s Profile: linkedin.com/in/tracyleestumWebsite: tracyleestum.com  Email: info@tracyleestum.comTwitter: tracyleestumInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/tracyleestum/ Tracy's Bio:Tracy Lee Stumis an American artist best known for her 3D street paintings orchalkdrawings. She at one point held the Guinness World Record for the Largest Chalk Painting by an Individual.[1]Tracy Lee Stum began drawing as soon as she could clutch a crayon. She studied privately as a child and earned a bachelor's degree at Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia. She continued her studies in naturalism at the Florence Academy of Art in Italy.A gregarious graffiti lover, Tracy began street painting in 1998 and is considered by Madonnari peers, festival directors and viewers alike as one of the finest street painters today.  Known for splashing color in festivals and events in all corners and crevices of the globe, her paintings have won numerous awards & accolades – her only regret is that her masterpieces rarely fit on the fridge.In 2006 Tracy added the Guinness World Record to her collection of vinyl for the largest street painting by an individual.  In 2013 she was honored to be a contributor on the Cannes Gold Lion award-winning team for their work in the now iconic Honda CRV commercial.Experienced in multi-city campaigns for such clients as Cadillac, SoBe, and Dos Equis, Tracy is continually creating commissioned 3D and 4D works in chalk for advertising, public and private events, corporate PR and educational sectors. Her international team building skills have been utilized in developing street painting festivals in China, Mexico, India, Russia and throughout the United States.  Her art travels well and is always up to date on all of its shots.Tracy has been privileged and honored to serve as the US State Department's 2012 cultural ambassador.  She's toured Tajikistan and India creating 3D street paintings and teaching workshops at distinguished universities and art colleges to promote education, awareness and positive cross-cultural communication.In 2013 Tracy put on clean pants and stepped effortlessly into management as she curated the first annual DO/AC 3D Chalk Festival in Atlantic City, New Jersey, showcasing 14 renowned international 3D street art & chalk artists.Tracy's chalk conversations speak to her vast audience with imagination, beauty and playfulness – often with a thick Italian accent.Show Intro:When was a kid, I loved going to the mall when they had artists exhibitions. I could watch for hours as artist of all stripes created magic in front of passersby. I was mesmerized as the sweep of a had could create a deep forest with a shaft of light cutting through the green, a galloping horse, or a crowded street scene.When living in New York and the Philadelphia area I marveled at the graffiti artists whose mural paintings stretched the full height of buildings. Not only was I awestruck with the subject matter but the sheer size of these creations always left me wondering …How do they do that?I remember going to a Bougereau exhibit in Montreal where the paintings were huge and seeing the Night’s Watch at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam and being transfixed as people jostled for position all around me.A few years ago, I started tuning into street art where skilled painters would use chalk to create masterful illusions of 3 dimensions on the pavement. These works, when viewed from a specific place, seemed to magically transform the warped image into a 3D experience into which you could place yourself. I have spent years teaching perspective drawing where the size of the image fits on a drafting table. This took perspective to a whole new level for me.Tracy Lee Stum is an American artist best known for her 3D street paintings made with chalk. At one point, she held the Guinness World Record for the Largest Chalk Painting by an Individual.[1]She began drawing as soon as she could clutch a crayon. She studied privately as a child and earned a bachelor's degree at Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia. She continued her studies in naturalism at the Florence Academy of Art in Italy.A gregarious graffiti lover, Tracy began street painting in 1998 and is considered by festival directors and viewers alike as one of the finest street painters today.  In 2013 she was honored to be a contributor on the Cannes Gold Lion award-winning team for work on the iconic Honda CRV commercial and is she continually creating commissioned 3D and 4D works in chalk for advertising, public and private events, corporate PR and educational sectors. Tracy has travelled the world creating beautiful street art and been privileged and honored to serve as the US State Department's 2012 cultural ambassador teaching workshops at distinguished universities and art colleges to promote education, awareness and positive cross-cultural communication.We share a love of art and making paintings, though mine are still on canvas resting on an easel, and I am delighted to have Tracy share her passion and craft with us.About David Kepron:LinkedIn Profile: linkedin.com/in/david-kepron-9a1582bWebsites: https://www.davidkepron.com    (personal website)vmsd.com/taxonomy/term/8645  (Blog)Email: david.kepron@NXTLVLexperiencedesign.comTwitter: DavidKepronPersonal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/davidkepron/NXTLVL Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nxtlvl_experience_design/Bio:David Kepron is a multifaceted creative professional with a deep curiosity to understand ‘why’, ‘what’s now’ and ‘what’s next’. He brings together his background as an architect, artist, educator, author, podcast host and builder to the making of meaningful and empathically-focused, community-centric customer connections at brand experience places around the globe. David is a former VP - Global Design Strategies at Marriott International. While at Marriott, his focus was on the creation of compelling customer experiences within Marriott’s “Premium Distinctive” segment which included: Westin, Renaissance, Le Meridien, Autograph Collection, Tribute Portfolio, Design Hotels and Gaylord hotels. In 2020 Kepron founded NXTLVL Experience Design, a strategy and design consultancy, where he combines his multidisciplinary approach to the creation of relevant brand engagements with his passion for social and cultural anthropology, neuroscience and emerging digital technologies. As a frequently requested international speaker at corporate events and international conferences focusing on CX, digital transformation, retail, hospitality, emerging technology, David shares his expertise on subjects ranging from consumer behaviors and trends, brain science and buying behavior, store design and visual merchandising, hotel design and strategy as well as creativity and innovation. In his talks, David shares visionary ideas on how brand strategy, brain science and emerging technologies are changing guest expectations about relationships they want to have with brands and how companies can remain relevant in a digitally enabled marketplace. David currently brings his creativity and insight on brand experiences to an international audience as a member of VMSD magazine’s Editorial Advisory Board, as a Board Member of the Interactive Customer Experience Association (ICXA) and Sign Research Foundation’s (SRF) Program Committee.He has held teaching positions at New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology (F.I.T.), the Department of Architecture & Interior Design of Drexel University in Philadelphia, the Laboratory Institute of Merchandising (L.I.M.) in New York, the International Academy of Merchandising and Design in Montreal and he served as the Director of the Visual Merchandising Department at LaSalle International Fashion School (L.I.F.S.) in Singapore.  In 2014 Kepron published his first book titled: “Retail (r)Evolution: Why Creating Right-Brain Stores Will Shape the Future of Shopping in a Digitally Driven World” and he is currently working on his second book to be published soon. David also writes a popular blog called “Brain Food” which is published monthly on vmsd.com. 

1hr 14mins

13 Aug 2021

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#67: Her Husband Said It's Time to Get a Job. She Made $12,000 in 2 Months With Photography Instead with Tracy Lee Knuff

Worth Every Penny Joycast

Have you ever wanted something SO badly, but it just doesn’t feel like it’s in the cards for you? After being laid off, my student Tracy Lee Knuff decided to make Photography her main gig. But 6 months later, she’d photographed 22 sessions and made $0.  Tracy was working all the time…pumping money back into her business and that’s when her husband gave her a deadline. He said, “Tracy, make it work or find a new job.” What this remarkable woman did next will inspire you that anything is TRULY possible. Hit play for a mind-blowing story.  RESOURCES: WORTH EVERY PENNY JOYCAST SHOW NOTES: Joyofmarketing.com/podcast/episode-67 MIRRORLESS CAMERA GIVEAWAY ($2,500 value) https://www.instagram.com/sarah.petty INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/sarah.petty FREE COPY:  NEW YORK TIMES BEST SELLING BOOK FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS www.joyofmarketing.com/freebook FACEBOOK GROUP: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ditchthedigitals

25mins

10 Aug 2021

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Tracy Lee - CEO at This Dot Labs, Modern Web Experts

Junior to Senior with David Guttman

Talking Points: Software community activities Positive traits of a Junior Dev The value of authenticity in interviews Setting intentional career goals Knowing when to ask for help Quotable Quotes: "How do I become the best developer? How do I build the best product? You ask the people who created them and it's 'I was just trying to solve one problem.'" - TL "I would encourage everyone to just do what they want and what they are passionate about, cause that's also where sustainable things happen." - TL "Anything you do out in the community is generally just beneficial for your career." - TL "You don't have to be a senior developer to want to teach, learn and be humble." - TL "Be really intentional about the things that you do accept doing and make sure to push back where you need to because developing your skills as a developer if that's your desire, is really important to continue to do." - TL "A junior developer will find a problem and maybe they'll spend eight hours on it and that was a 10-minute fix. If you don't speak up, you're not going to learn as fast." - TL "Probably as a junior, asking how to fish and learning how to fish, not just getting the answer, is going to be really important." - TL Notes:Tracy's Business Websitelabs.thisdot.coTracy’s Twittertwitter.com/ladyleetTracy's Emailtracy@thisdot.coJunior to Senior Communitycommunity.juniortosenior.io

45mins

17 May 2021

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