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Duukast Brian Otweyo

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Duukast is a podcast by YourDuuka
Duukast is a weekly podcast on programming technology and focused on areas like programming languages programming paradigms, database, servers as well as web frame works
While yourduuka is a P.W.A webstore
Offering apps and webBooks plus courses checkout Yourduuka at https://www.yourduuka.com
And the official duukast podcast at https://duukast.herokuapp.com

    The Rat Race

    The Rat Race

    Very many people, parents and society force us to conform with their beliefs or expectations, but the times are rapidly changing. Just like from Darwinian law of evolution and natural selection, we either need to adapt and thrive or risk perishing. The choice is yours to make but the repurcussion if poor choices made will be Dire. Take a listen into my fascinating dialogue on the Rat race, hope you enjoy and resonate with it. Don't forget to share it too, if it impacts you positively.

    • 50 min
    MARS: 001

    MARS: 001

    Terraforming Mars and the next generation of frontier engineers, workers and The human spirit of Discovery

    • 14 min
    Liftoff: Elon Musk and the Desperate Early Days That Launched SpaceX

    Liftoff: Elon Musk and the Desperate Early Days That Launched SpaceX

    The dramatic inside story of the first four historic flights that launched SpaceX-and Elon Musk-from a shaky startup into the world's leading edge rocket company. In 2006, SpaceX-a brand-new venture with fewer than 200 employees-rolled its first, single-engine rocket onto a launch pad at Kwajalein Atoll. After a groundbreaking launch from the middle of the Pacific Ocean, the Falcon 1 rocket designed by Elon Musk's engineers rose in the air for approximately thirty seconds. Then, its engine flamed out, and the rocket crashed back into the ocean.

    In 2007, SpaceX undertook a second launch. This time, the rocket rose far into space, but just before reaching orbit it spun out of control. Confident of success in 2008, Musk and his team launched their third rocket with several paying customers. The first stage executed perfectly, but instead of falling away, it thudded into the second stage. Another failure. Elon Musk had only budgeted for three attempts when he founded SpaceX.

    Out of money and with a single Falcon 1 rocket left in its factory, SpaceX decided to try one last, dramatic launch. Over eight weeks, engineers worked furiously to prepare this final rocket. The fate of Musk's venture mirrored the trajectory of this slender, single-engine rocket aimed toward the skies. If it crashed and burned, so would SpaceX. In September 2008, SpaceX's last chance for success lifted off . . . and accelerated like a dream, soaring into orbit flawlessly.

    That success would launch a miraculous decade for the company, in which SpaceX grew from building a single-engine rocket to one with a staggering 27 engines; created two different spacecraft, and mastered reusable-rocket descents using mobile drone ships on the open seas. It marked a level of production and achievement that has not been seen since the space race of the 1960s.

    But these achievements would not have been possible without SpaceX's first four flight tests. Drawing on unparalleled access and exclusive interviews with dozens of former and current employees-engineers, designers, mechanics, and executives, including Elon Musk-Eric Berger tells the complete story of this foundational generation that transformed SpaceX into the world's leading space company.

    • 26 min
    The structure of scientific revolutions

    The structure of scientific revolutions

    The Structure of Scientific Revolutions is a book about the history of science by the philosopher Thomas S. Kuhn. Its publication was a landmark event in the history, philosophy, and sociology of science

    • 18 min
    The Art of the Impossible - PANTHEON

    The Art of the Impossible - PANTHEON

    ABOUT THE EPISODE
    Our lives are nothing more than what we make of them—that’s the flat truth of the matter.

    Personally, I (Steven Kotler) am incredibly fond of the flat truth of the matter.

    I think of it as the Great Dull Scorecard—the GDS.

    The GDS is the sum total of a very simple math:

    What did I do yesterday? What did I do today?

    This calculation is the real us, the no bullshit us, days into weeks into years into decades into destinies, because, as Anne Dillard reminds us: “How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives.”

    I mention all of this as a way of saying, yes, the flat truth of the matter is that I wrote another book.

    The Art of Impossible: A Peak Performance Primer—this is the new book.

    It drops January 19, 2021.

    And the title? Not an exaggeration.

    What does it take to accomplish the impossible? That’s the question at the center of this book.

    What does it take to shatter our limitations, exceed our expectations and turn our biggest dreams into our most recent achievements?

    And when I say, “what does it take,” I’m not being theoretical. I mean, “what does it take?” step-by-step-by-step.

    The Art of Impossible is exactly that—it’s a practical playbook for peak performance.

    It’s also the end result of three decades of studying those moments in time when the impossible became possible. Game-changing breakthroughs, paradigm-shifting discoveries, nothing-is-ever-the-same again feats.

    During this period, to answer this question, I worked with elite performers in dozens of domains: sport and science, art and culture, technology and business, using the tools of psychology and neuroscience to work backwards to the pragmatic reality of how they pulled off the impossible.

    Everything I learned over this period has been systematized into an easy-to-follow, how-to format that anyone can use to significantly improve their lives and their performance. This is what Art of Impossible is about.

    It’s $27.99 everywhere books are sold BUT you can only get the book and a battle-tested set of Free Peak Performance Tools and Trainings at

    https://www.theartofimpossible.com/

    And, if you order The Art of Impossible right now, you’ll get over $1,500 dollars worth of bonuses immediately dropped into your inbox.

    You can learn more about these bonuses on this page.

    They include secret chapters I’ve never released, masterclasses on key skills to help you jack up motivation, heighten creativity and accelerate learning.

    You’ll also get an entire free training to help you fight distraction and spend more time in flow.

    So click the link here, snag yourself a copy of The Art of Impossible, and let’s get after it. https://www.theartofimpossible.com/

    • 28 min
    O'Neillian structures

    O'Neillian structures

    JEFF BEZOS recently outlined his vision for making humanity a multi-planetary species during a secretive event in Washington DC.

    His vision revolves around the concept of rotating cylinders in space, many miles in length and breadth that were envisioned by Mr Bezos’ former Princeton professor, Gerard O’Neill. Living in these space-based human habitats, dubbed O’Neill Cylinders, or O’Neill Colonies, may choose to be “an easy choice” claims Mr Bezos, when faced with dwindling resources on Earth and climactic chaos. The habitats, reminiscent of the film Interstellar, could be built close enough to Earth to allow people to travel back and forth, and house “a million people or more each.”

    • 33 min

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