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Best Softwaredevelopment podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best Softwaredevelopment podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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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.
 
Daily podcast about technical software topics. The world through the lens of software.
 
The No Fluff Just Stuff (NFJS) Software Symposium Tour has delivered over 400 events with over 65,000 attendees. NFJS speakers are well-known developers, authors, and project leaders from the software development community. Join us for news and discussion around software development. Current topics include: Java, JavaScript, Scala, Groovy, Clojure, Cloud, Docker, Software Architecture, HTML 5, CSS, NoSQL, Spring, and other development technologies.
 
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Legacy Code Rocks
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Legacy Code Rocks explores the world of modernizing existing software applications. Hosts Andrea Goulet and M. Scott Ford of Corgibytes are out to change the way you think about legacy code. If you’re like a lot of people, when you hear the words “legacy code” it conjures up images of big mainframes and archaic punch card machines. While that’s true — it only tells a small part of the story. The truth is, the code you leave behind is your legacy, so let's make it a good one.
 
Get a fly-on-the-wall perspective from 4 developers turned entrepreneurs, as they struggle with the business and learn lessons the hard way. This is the weekly mastermind group of the entreprogrammers - a no holds barred, unedited look at what it really takes to be an entrepreneur.
 
Each webinar features an SEI researcher discussing their research on software and cybersecurity problems of considerable complexity. The webinar series is a way for the SEI to accomplish its core purpose of improving the state-of-the-art in software engineering and cybersecurity and transitioning this work to the community. The SEI is a federally funded research and development center sponsored by the U.S. Department of Defense and operated by Carnegie Mellon University. The SEI Webinar Seri ...
 
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The Agile Wire
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Show hosts discuss adventures and misadventures on their continuing journey towards Agility. From working directly with the teams to organizational leaders, novice to masters, we've got a little something for everyone.
 
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SEI Cyber Talks
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Discussions with SEI researchers about cyber-related topics of interest
 
Stackify's Developer Things podcast covers a wide range of software development topics including application performance, DevOps, cloud computing, and cool things developers love. Hosted by Stackify's founder and CEO Matt Watson.
 
Veanne Smith is the co-founder of SOLTECH, Inc. - a long established software and staffing firm in Atlanta, GA. In this podcast series, Veanne interviews local technology executives to see how technology is shaping business and industry today.
 
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DevNexus Podcast
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The DevNexus Podcast contains audio sessions from the DevNexus developer conference and the Atlanta Java Users Group (AJUG).
 
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.
 
Stackify's Developer Things podcast covers a wide range of software development topics including application performance, DevOps, cloud computing, and cool things developers love. Hosted by Stackify's founder and CEO Matt Watson.
 
The Confessions of Angry Programmers (COAP) is a 30 minute podcast for programmers to vent about what makes them frustrated in their jobs. Software development is stressful for many reasons. With this podcast we can come together to maybe come up with solutions to make software better which in turn will hopefully make us less angry.
 
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Sniffing Markers
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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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Security By Design
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The Security By Design Podcast is a software security focused podcast for all Developers, DevOps Engineers, Product Owners, UI and UX Designers. Good security practices start before a single line of code is written and the tools, methods and type of attacks being faced are changing faster than ever. This podcast is about finding ways to get and stay ahead of the security challenge.
 
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Apps & Websites
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Join us to talk about all things Web Applications and software development. We help our audience better understand the world of applications, websites and how to get their app ideas off the ground. Each week we talk to interesting people about their journey, whether it be start-up life, established businesses, industry professionals or leading innovators. Find out all of the latest trends in the app market place and learn with us about this emerging technology!
 
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Concepts In Code
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Concepts In Code is a podcast about programming and the software development process in general.
 
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We’re live. And the Witchhunt Continues! Believe it or not ladies and gentlemen, they are still pursuing Chuck and John to take them down from the internet (LOL). This is practically impossible for 2 main reasons, John is practically showing his middle finger to their faces and he’s just going to keep at it, that’s just how John is, and in a Wi ...…
 
Don McGreal is one of the course stewards for the Professional Scrum Product Owner Course, co-author of the Professional Scrum Product Owner book, and VP of Learning Solutions at Improving. Additional show notes at https://www.theagilewire.com/By Jeff Bubolz & Jeff Maleski
 
Creating an inclusive workplace culture in which all employees are thriving, the results are soaring, and the defections are non-existent is the goal of every company. One secret to creating this kind of workplace is allyship. Today we talk with Karen Catlin about everyday actions that help in building an inclusive and engaging workplace. Karen ...…
 
Generative Art involves using the tools of computation to creative ends. Adam talks to Allison Parrish about how she uses word vectors to create unique poetry. Word vectors represent a fundamentally new tool for working with text. Adam and Allison also talk about creative computer programming and building twitter bots and what makes something a ...…
 
Generative Art involves using the tools of computation to creative ends. Adam talks to Allison Parrish about how she uses word vectors to create unique poetry. Word vectors represent a fundamentally new tool for working with text. Adam and Allison also talk about creative computer programming and building twitter bots and what makes something a ...…
 
WebAssembly is live, it's in your browser, and it's poised to completely transform how we build, run, and think about software. The promise of "write-once-deploy-anywhere" isn't now, but this fresh take comes with 20+ years of experience and boasts capabilities unimaginable just a few years ago. Brian Sletten gives us the lowdown of what webass ...…
 
We´re Live. The guys start the conversation with a situation that concerns Chuck, regarding the Linux Foundation. Chuck is thinking about this because he doesn’t want any trouble. John Clearly says he has a case here, Chuck was publicly defamed. The situation has blown out of proportion for a lot of time, the guys just want to finish it and con ...…
 
Streamlining your process increases the speed of your work while ensuring the consistent quality of your products. Today we speak with Leon Miller-Out, the CEO of a web app development and maintenance firm Singlebrook, about the top five best practices for legacy code maintenance. Listen to Leon and Scott reaching consensus in real-time, on the ...…
 
Erik Weber is a Professional Scrum Trainer with Scrum.org and a Managing Partner with HealthChampion. Be sure to visit https://myhealthchampion.com/ . As always, more details are located at https://www.theagilewire.com/By Jeff Bubolz & Jeff Maleski
 
What makes some pieces of technology take off? Why is java popular and not small talk or Haskell. Gabe is a popular blogger, a former Haskell cheerleader, and creator of the Dhal configuration language. Today we talk about marketing and tech evangelism. "One common mistake I see a lot of new open source developers make is they tried to build wh ...…
 
What makes some pieces of technology take off? Why is java popular and not small talk or Haskell. Gabe is a popular blogger, a former Haskell cheerleader, and creator of the Dhal configuration language. Today we talk about marketing and tech evangelism. "One common mistake I see a lot of new open source developers make is they tried to build wh ...…
 
This week we're joined by Kate Wardin, founder of Developer First Leadership (https://www.developer-first.com/). She shares some insights on how to empower technical leaders and teams. Whatever you're job title, don't miss this one!
 
We´re Live. Chuck and John Tell us a funny anecdote of how hatred took over a twitter post from Chuck, John probably did not respond the most civil way haha. People ended up calling any type of names the guys, but that´s how it is in the social storm right? Never on an argument, always in the mood for a battle. This move on to a nice conversati ...…
 
To survive, every software needs to change over time. However, if the changes are too steep, the survival might quickly turn into a demise. Today we talk with our own Scott Ford, co-founder of Corgibytes and co-host of the Legacy Code Rocks, about Lehman's laws - a set of principles that explain the forces which push software systems to change ...…
 
Roman Geyzer is the Director of Product Strategy at Northwestern Mutual. We dive into the transition from 150 organization to over 7500 and what that means for product. See the full show notes at https://www.theagilewire.com/By Jeff Bubolz & Jeff Maleski
 
This week we benefit from hard-won wisdom coming from decades of experience as a software architect. In this episode, Ken shares the vast skillset and the diverse roles that a successful software architect most possess. If you'd like to dive deep into all of these areas, network with experienced software architects, and invest in your knowledge ...…
 
In this webcast, as a part of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, our experts will provide an overview of the concept of cyber hygiene, which bears an analogy to the concept of hygiene in the medical profession. Like the practice of washing hands to prevent infections, cyber hygiene addresses simple sets of actions that users can take to he ...…
 
We´re Live. Satya explains to Chuck the process of how he manages his whole business, which is divided into 3 parts. Gives great explanation and Chuck is something completely different from how things are managed in life. Lots of learning here. Satya is a Family man but has accomplished dividing family and business in a great manner, has time f ...…
 
We´re Live. John is crunching some numbers for Bulldog Mindset, and it's looking really good. Low Expenses and big Revenue, the next step now is to increment the expenses to get even bigger revenue. This became the main topic of conversation, When is the best time to hire? Expenses will always need to grow in order for the business to evolve, t ...…
 
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