Podcasts I listen to regularly

Here are the podcasts that I listen to regularly, and recommend to folks who want to listen to something new. Up First - NPR - my go to podcast every morning Monday to Friday. Catch up on the top headlines and news for the day in about 13-15 minutes. Freakonomics Radio The Indicator from Planet Money - NPR Pod Save America Radiolab Star Talk Radio - recently started listening to it and loving it.
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Dont wait. Just do it

On August 11, 2018, this tweet went out. On this day ten years ago, Airbnb launched. pic.twitter.com/UFA7b1weRh — Brian Chesky (@bchesky) August 11, 2018 Look at the screenshot. Look how rudimentary the site looks. Yet AirBnb was started. And now its worth a billion dollars. Dont wait for the right idea to come in your head. Just do it. You will fail. But after failure will come success. Just do it.
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Git stash

Git stash allows you to save your changes to a repo, without any commits, and go back to the clean state that your repo was in since the last commit. I use stash when I have to pull changes from origin into my code, but I don’t want to commit any of my own changes. Stash allows to manage merge conflicts as well. You can use stash when you want to switch branches.
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Microsoft Github Acquisition

Thoughts $7.5 billion is huge. A big part of that number includes value of open source projects. It is the open source projects that made Github what it is and brought the community together. Github made people recognize their potential, by having their work be shared and collaborated on an open, free platform. $7.5 billion is huge. Microsoft paid good money for this acquisition. I do not know what the ultimate goal is here, but it is an investment into the future of Github, and I am cautiously optimistic - just like a lot of people.
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