Best Softwaredeveloper podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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Entreprogrammers is the podcast for developers that are striking out on their own! Join John Sonmez, Josh Earl and Derick Bailey and be a fly on the wall as they talk about everything that they are going through - the ups and downs, the highlights and depressing lows. Nothing is spared in this no-holds-barred look at what it really takes for 3 developers to engage in entrepreneurial activities!
 
Since 2001, the No Fluff Just Stuff Software Symposium Tour has delivered over 525 events with over 85,000 attendees. NFJS is known for its attendee centric approach, excellent speakers and technically rich presentations which cover the latest trends within the modern software development and architecture space. Bring your team to a local No Fluff Just Stuff Tour Stop and join us for a one-of-a-kind experience! Go to nofluffjuststuff.com for more details!
 
CoRecursive features In-Depth technical interviews with software developers. Learn about programming languages such as Scala, Haskell, Idris, Kotlin, Erlang and Functional Programming and Type Theory from experts in one on one interviews. Similar to podcasts software engineering daily, functional geekery and hanselminutes technology podcast.
 
cto.coffee is a podcast and blog about people in technology. The podcast features short conversations where we talk about the people side of technology and developing software.
 
Daily podcast about technical software topics. The world through the lens of software.
 
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Welcome to the Sniffing Markers podcast. Sniffing Markers is the brainchild and outlet of Greg Thomas & Colin Harding, where we discuss a variety of topics related to the software development industry. Methodology, Team Leadership, Inspiration, Process, Product Management, Freelancing and Entrepreneurship – we will hit it all and more. We like to keep it authentic preferring not to have a script and always having a steady supply of markers handy. Thanks for checking us out and stay tuned for ...
 
I thought I'd ramble at you for a few minutes each morning, trying to figure out what I'm doing for the day, instead of just talking to myself! This is a work in progress!
 
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Kotlin is an exciting new language for the JVM from the folks at Jetbrains. Kotlin has been making waves for a couple years now in the Android space but, as a general purpose language, it is finding it's way into many projects and developers seem to love it! For those of us who haven't been hands-on yet, Ken gives us an overview of the language ...…
 
We´re Live. Starting off John and Mani talk about the evolution of entreprogrammers podcast through time, lots have changed and even talk about doing a more private versión. Somebody´s has some skeletons in their closets. Charles Talks about a podcast event that he went, and some great ideas that were shown there. Goes into detail of some of th ...…
 
What is abstraction? Can we have a precise definition of abstraction that, once understood, makes writing software simpler? Runar has thought a lot about abstraction and how we can choose the proper level of abstraction for the software we write. In this interview, he explains these concepts using examples from the real world, from SQL, from ef ...…
 
What is abstraction? Can we have a precise definition of abstraction that, once understood, makes writing software simpler? Runar has thought a lot about abstraction and how we can choose the proper level of abstraction for the software we write. In this interview, he explains these concepts using examples from the real world, from SQL, from ef ...…
 
We're back for 2019 after our winter hiatus and we're kicking things off with an ode to the only equipment you'll ever need in your office.
 
We´re Live, Late start for the guys and John start´s off telling that he needs to stop selling his shirts because its taking people from youtube and not making any money, on the other hand, Charles talks about his running schedule. John Talks about the launch of the Bulldog Mindset Membership and the person that he hired to this, which actually ...…
 
For better or worse, the industry has coalesced around the big three frameworks: Angular, React and Vue. Each framework has it's own strengths and weaknesses, and Vue has positioned itself nicely as a balance between the ultra-opinionated Angular and the laissez-faire React. In this episode we discuss all three, why we're excited about Vue and ...…
 
For this episode, I had the honour to sit with Yulia, who works on Firefox's Developer Tools at Mozilla and is also Co-Chair of Ecma's TC39 in 2019. We talk about symbolic and observational thinking, what it is, how it relates to software development and how it can shape the way we think about learning and teaching.…
 
We´re Live, Charles starts off saying that he is in California too for a conference and tells John that he pissed off about what John said last week about him being bored. Tells him that John is completely right and because of this, he has become more productive than before. Also tells Mani that he was right too, really good advice for Charles ...…
 
This week I'm joined by Esther Derby and we discuss how tech teams get so toxic and dysfunctional and what we can do about it. Esther will be speaking at a few shows this year including the Northern Virginia Software Symposium and our flagship event, Uberconf. Esther is the co-author of Behind Closed Doors - Secrets of great management along wi ...…
 
We´re live. Charles starts talking to Mani about a podcast he has with him and wishes some guest would jump in. Asks Josh and John for advise on an ebook launch that he´s planning to do, regarding editors, proofreading and that kind of stuff. Charles is looking to use the sales of the book as a lead magnet, John tells him that he needs to be cl ...…
 
Richard Whaling has an interesting perspective on software development. If you write software for the JVM or if you are interested in low level system programming, or even doing data heavy or network heavy IO programming then you will find this interview interesting. We discuss how to build faster software in a modern fashion by using glibc and ...…
 
Richard Whaling has an interesting perspective on software development. If you write software for the JVM or if you are interested in low level system programming, or even doing data heavy or network heavy IO programming then you will find this interview interesting. We discuss how to build faster software in a modern fashion by using glibc and ...…
 
This week I sit with Ben Hall and Jon Johnson to discuss an incredible tool for software engineers to learn, teach, and polish their craft - Katacoda. It is interactive, hands-on learning at it's finest with zero friction. Jon has been increasingly using Katacoda to share knowledge at work, as part of his talks, and to pick up new skills in his ...…
 
We´re Live. The group starts talking about affiliate sales, and how mani is helping Charles with this. Charles Has a great start on it, had a 10% click which is really good. Mani adds some cool ideas that can boost everything. John gives a little explanation of how affiliate sales work and how many types of you can use, and the functionality of ...…
 
This week developer, architect, and open source contributor David Sietz and I sit and discuss how enterprises can adopt the open source model, the challenges, the benefits, and some of the culture changes necessary.
 
We´re live. Josh starts joking how cold it is! Mani asks the guys how the sale went, Josh explains that is has been difficult. Using ads for interviews needs a time-sensitive aiming, it needs to be exact. Josh Talks about the transition that Simple Programmer has gone through, it has evolved very well it's looking pretty optimistic for the next ...…
 
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