Best Programming podcasts — Software development techniques and trends (Updated May 2018; image)
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Software Engineering Radio is a podcast targeted at the professional software developer. The goal is to be a lasting educational resource, not a newscast. Every 10 days, a new episode is published that covers all topics software engineering. Episodes are either tutorials on a specific topic, or an interview with a well-known character from the software engineering world. All SE Radio episodes are original content — we do not record conferences or talks given in other venues. Each episode com ...
 
Technical interviews about software topics.
 
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Functional Geekery
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Functional Geeks, Geeking Functionally
 
Programming Throwdown attempts to educate Computer Scientsts and Software Engineers on a cavalcade of programming and tech topics. Every show covers a new programming language, so listeners will be able to speak intelligently about any programming language. Look for our Podcast in the iTunes Store
 
Hanselminutes is Fresh Air for Developers. A weekly commute-time podcast that promotes fresh technology and fresh voices.
 
A podcast featuring panelists of engineers from Netflix, Evernote & LinkedIn talking over drinks about all things Front End development.
 
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Full Stack Radio
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A podcast for developers interested in building great software products. Every episode, Adam Wathan is joined by a guest to talk about everything from product design and user experience to unit testing and system administration.
 
The world of computer programming is vast in scope. There are literally thousands of topics to cover and no one person could ever reach them all. One of the goals of the Coding Blocks podcast is to introduce a number of these topics to the audience so they can learn during their commute or while cutting the grass. We will cover topics such as best programming practices, design patterns, coding for performance, object oriented coding, database design and implementation, tips, tricks and a who ...
 
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Coder Radio
Weekly
 
A weekly talk show taking a pragmatic look at the art and business of Software Development and related technologies.
 
A podcast focused on modern application development technologies, the business of software, and technologists that drive our industry. Topics will include .Net, Mobile Development, Soft Skills, Front End, Back End, and everything in-between!
 
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CodeNewbie
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Stories and interviews from people on their coding journey.
 
We discuss the fun, changing land of the software stack and how we're being defined by it.
 
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Herding Code
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A technology podcast with Scott Allen, Kevin Dente, Scott Koon and Jon Galloway
 
The Simple Programmer Podcast is a short podcast that is a mix of career advice, philosophy and soft skills from successful author and software developer, John Sonmez. John is the founder of http://simpleprogrammer.com, one of the most popular software development blogs, and the author of the best-selling book, "Soft Skills: The Software Developer's Life Manual." (http://simpleprogrammer.com/softskills) Geared towards a programmer or software developer audience, but contains practical advice ...
 
It takes more than great code to be a great engineer. Soft Skills Engineering is a weekly question and answer podcast where software developer hosts answer questions about all of the non-technical things that go along with being a software developer.
 
The Learn to Code With Me podcast, created by Laurence Bradford, is for aspiring techies and self-taught coders looking to transition into the tech industry. Want actionable insights on how you can get paid for your coding skills? Then you're in the right place!
 
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/dev/hell
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Two angry web developers complain about life in development hell
 
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Developer On Fire
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Developer On Fire with Dave Rael is an interview podcast with inspiring and successful software professionals telling personal stories about their experiences with delivering value. It is a chance for you to get to know your favorite geeks and learn more about who they are, how they deliver, and what makes them tick. Learn from and get to know special geeks like Matt Wynne, Rob Eisenberg, Udi Dahan, Ted Neward, John Sonmez, Phil Haack, and David Heinemeier Hansson.
 
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Kodsnack
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Kodsnack är ett poddradioprogram på svenska om utveckling, kodknackande och allt som hör därtill. Kodsnack drivs av Kristoffer Grönlund, Fredrik Björeman och Tobias Hieta
 
A podcast by coders for coders about all aspects of life as a developer.
 
Datassette presents a series of mixes intended for listening while programming to aid concentration and increase productivity (also compatible with other activities).
 
Eat Sleep Code is the Official Telerik Podcast (Telerik by Progress). On Eat Sleep Code you'll hear from industry pros and developers just like you. Topics include all things software development and upcoming tech.Progress believes in giving back to the developer community and we do this by writing, speaking and staying in touch with the software development community.
 
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The InfoQ Podcast
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InfoQ.com is a trusted source of information for over 1, 500, 000 software developers worldwide. Over the last 10 years we have covered all the hottest topics from the industry, in early stages, to make sure that we fulfill our mission to drive innovation in professional software development. On top of news, articles, presentations and minibooks we’ve recently started this podcast series dedicated to software engineers. We’ve interviewed some of the top CTOs, engineers and technology directo ...
 
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Developing Up
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A podcast focused on the non-technical side of being a developer, because your career is about more than the code you write.
 
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Code & Cast
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CodeAnd Cast is a podcast hosted by Andrew Carlson, Landon Cline, and Jacob Berthelsen. A few devs talking with cool people who have a common interest in web and software development and having fun.
 
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Test and Code
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I focus on testing and process questions like “How do I know it works?”, “How do I effectively test?”, and the like.But really, anything in the software development realm is fair game.
 
Matt Stauffer, unabashedly geeky, 5 minutes, twice a week. Frontend dev, backend dev, audio, design, podcasts--all fair game.
 
An agile podcast, delivered by agile practitioners, focused on helping agile teams. Bob Galen and Josh Anderson use their decades of agile coaching experience to power your organizations need for agility and scale. If our 100+ episodes don't have what you need, ask us a question and we'll help you out!
 
Why should I even care about this!?
 
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Garbage
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A podcast about technology, much of it garbage
 
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The Full Stack
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The Full Stack is a podcast dedicated to modern software development, with an emphasis on how it relates to web development. Each episode covers current trends, news, and solutions that are used in development.To bring you the full stack, the show is hosted by client-side expert Phil Dutson (author of Sams Teach Yourself jQuery Mobile in 24 Hours, jQuery, jQuery UI, and jQuery Mobile: Recipes and Examples, and The Android Developer's Cookbook, 2nd Edition) and server-side expert Casey Doolit ...
 
Programming Throwdown attempts to educate Computer Scientsts and Software Engineers on a cavalcade of programming and tech topics. Every show covers a new programming language, so listeners will be able to speak intelligently about any programming language. Look for our Podcast in the iTunes Store
 
The GitHub Community Cast features interesting community stories and news from around the GitHub universe.
 
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The Versioning Show
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Podcast by SitePoint
 
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no dogma podcast
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discussions on software development
 
Monthly show on software development topics
 
A podcast for software developers
 
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XojoTalk Podcast
Rare
 
Join Xojo Developer Evangelist Paul Lefebvre and Xojo community guests as they talk about Xojo, technology and more.
 
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Course Report
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We talk about everything to do with coding bootcamps and technology education, including gender parity, scholarships, and the latest industry news.
 
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The future is JavaScript and Mike’s seen the way. Plus we answer a listener's questions about career changes, discuss the week’s hoopla, and share a cautionary tale. Sponsored By: Linux Academy: Sign up for a free 7 day trial when you visit: linuxacademy.com/coders Digital Ocean: For a limited time, you can grab $100 in DigitalOcean credit when ...…
 
SummarySteve Gordon and I talk about the new Http Client Factory in .Net Core 2.1. We cover what's new, what's different and how to use Polly, the .NET resilience framework with it.DetailsWho he is, what he does, meetup group, Humanitarian Toolbox. What is wrong with Http Client, exhausting sockets; using a singleton, DNS problems. Http Client ...…
 
A sample of the human voice is a rich piece of unstructured data. Voice recordings can be turned into visualizations called spectrograms. Machine learning models can be trained to identify features of these spectrograms. Using this kind of analytic strategy, breakthroughs in voice analysis are happening at an amazing pace. Rita Singh researches ...…
 
In this episode we continue our miniseries on The Time Bandits. Who are the time bandits? They are the thieves in our day to, to day lives that are stealing your time, stopping you being productive and reaching your targets and goals. This miniseries started by on episode 76, with a look into the ring leader of the bandits Too Much WIP. If you ...…
 
Kathryn's participated in dozens of hackathons as a student, and even when things didn't go well, she kept going back. Kathryn shares all the ways hackathons have helped her in her professional coding career, what the real benefits are (spoiler alert: it's not the thing you're hacking on), and how you can get the benefits of a hackathon even if ...…
 
Guest: @ Kurt Mackey talks with Dave Rael about Fly, family, software, business, and improv Kurt Mackey ran tech for Ars Technica, then left to build compose.io (prev. MongoHQ, YC S11), which was sold to IBM. Now, he's a cofounder of Fly.io. He also does a little improv at Second City in Chicago to keep things interesting. Chapters: 2:16 - Dave ...…
 
We’ve got another re-run this week, as Jamison and Dave both recover from being sick. We’ll be back with a new episode next week. In this episode, Dave and Jamison answer these questions: How can I attract talent? How do I quit without burning bridges? This episode originally aired on November 15th, 2016.…
 
Data Skeptic is a podcast about machine learning, data science, and how software affects our lives. The first guest on today’s episode is Kyle Polich, the host of Data Skeptic. Kyle is one of the best explainers of machine learning concepts I have met, and for this episode, he presented some material that is perfect for this audience: machine l ...…
 
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, guest Daniel Roth talks about the "live release candidate" of ASP.NET Core 2.1. I sat down with Daniel Roth at Microsoft Build 2018 to discuss what improvements are coming in the release, and there's a lot to talk about. It's an exciting release that includes a brand spanking new SignalR/Azure SignlR, easy int ...…
 
We discuss recent kubernetes news, London, and whatever the hell "serverless" is. If you’re lucky enough to have access, check out Hammond & Rymer’s Jan 2018 report on serverless, it’s amazingly good and helpful. This episode brought to you by: Datadog! This episode is sponsored by Datadog, a monitoring platform for cloud-scale infrastructure a ...…
 
Voice interfaces are a newer form of communicating with computers. Alexa is a voice interface platform from Amazon. Alexa powers the Amazon Echo, as well as Alexa-enabled cars, refrigerators, and dishwashers. Any developer can build a device with a voice interface using a Raspberry Pi. Paul Cutsinger works on Echo and Alexa at Amazon. He’s focu ...…
 
Xbox One X Enhanced Games with Backward Compatibility are AMAZING. You can play a decade old game - originally meant for 640x480 or 720p resolution - and enjoy it in 4k resolution. Not upscaled. Actually up to 10x clearer within recompiling the game? How? Xbox's Eric Heutchy tells Scott how! https://news.xbox.com/en-us/2017/10/23/play-three-gen ...…
 
Message broker systems decouple the consumers and producers of a message channel. In previous shows, we have explored ZeroMQ, PubNub, Apache Kafka, and NATS. In this episode, we talk about another message broker: Apache Pulsar. Pulsar is an open source distributed pub-sub message system originally created at Yahoo. It was used to scale products ...…
 
Web security vulnerabilities are expensive and massively destructive. They can result in identity theft, illegal content ending up on your server, or even having your machine be used to attack other people’s computers. In addition, many of the worst vulnerabilities are not entirely obvious when you are trying to write code to actually accomplis ...…
 
Guest: @ Allen Holub talks with Dave Rael about eclectic interests, microservices, agility, fiction, and value Allen Holub (http://holub.com, @allenholub, allen@holub.com) is an internationally recognized software architect and Agile-transformation consultant. He speaks internationally about these topics and agile-friendly implementation techno ...…
 
Gloo is a function gateway built on top of the popular open source project Envoy. The goal of Gloo is to decouple client-facing APIs from upstream APIs. Gloo is similar to an API gateway, which is a tool that software companies can use to collect all their APIs and one place and impose security, monitoring, and other standards around those APIs ...…
 
YouTube runs a large MySQL database to hold the metadata about its videos. As YouTube scaled, the database was sharded, and applications within YouTube had to write queries that were aware of the sharding layout of that database. This is problematic, because it pushes complexity to the application developer. An application developer shouldn’t h ...…
 
We get fired up about cloud lock-in, and attempt to find some common ground. But the overall framework for today's conversation is the important bits for developers from this years Microsoft Build and Google I/O events. Sponsored By: Linux Academy: Sign up for a free 7 day trial when you visit: linuxacademy.com/coders Digital Ocean: For a limit ...…
 
The Kubernetes ecosystem consists of enterprises, vendors, open source projects, and individual engineers. The Cloud Native Computing Foundation was created to balance the interests of all the different groups within the cloud native community. CNCF has similarities to the Linux Foundation and the Apache Foundation. CNCF helps to guide open sou ...…
 
In this episode we talk about that crazy buzz term DevOps, what does it mean, is it even a thing? Well, David Rael is here to explain more about it. http://cynicaldeveloper.com/podcast/77/ Dave is the host of the Developer On Fire podcast, He is, first and foremost, a father of 3 wonderful children. Dave is also a husband, podcaster, and softwa ...…
 
Whether you're a new developer or an experienced developer, you probably don't enjoy the technical interview process. It's long, hard, and, often times, not even related to the actual job you're interviewing for. So how do you make the most of this notoriously difficult process? We talk to Parker Phinney, creator of Interview Cake, on what to e ...…
 
In this episode, we’re joined by the Netflix Software Engineer, Anup Bishnoi to talk with us about the Netflix, open source, virtual JSON graph library, Falcor.Guests:Anup Bishnoi - @asyncanupPanelists:Ryan Burgess - @burgessdryanJem Young - @JemYoungRyan Anklam - @bittersweetryanPicks:Anup Bishnoi - IPFSAnup Bishnoi - Everything SucksAnup Bish ...…
 
This episode we talk complexity theory while digging into Rob Conery’s The Imposter’s Handbook as Allen channels his inner Austin Powers, Michael finds linearly to complex to pronounce, and Joe ruins Batman for the rest of us. Sponsors Datadog.com/codingblocks – Sign up today for a free 14 day trial and get a free Datadog t-shirt after creating ...…
 
This episode we talk complexity theory while digging into Rob Conery's The Imposter's Handbook as Allen channels his inner Austin Powers, Michael finds linearly to complex to pronounce, and Joe ruins Batman for the rest of us.
 
Guest: @ Jonah Myerberg talks with Dave Rael about engineering, metal, software, leadership, and understanding value Jonah is a co-founder of Desktop Metal and serves as its chief technology officer where he is responsible for leading the technical direction of Desktop Metal’s 3D printing solutions. Prior to joining Desktop Metal in 2015, Jonah ...…
 
In this episode, Dave and Jamison answer these questions: What do I do about an insecure teammate whose insecurity causes them to lash out at others? I’d like to change teams within my company, but I’ve had some negative performance reviews in the past. How early should I disclose this to my prospective manager? Jamison talks about the Khan Aca ...…
 
Conference season is upon us so we recap all the announcements from Google I/O and Microsoft Build. We also discuss the Mesosphere funding and attempt to deceiver what exactly they are doing with DC/OS. Finally, we have recommendations for Mother’s Day gifts, making kid lunches and some talk of the Lego Millennium Falcon. Relevant to your inter ...…
 
Mesos is a system for managing distributed systems. The goal of Mesos is to help engineers orchestrate resources among multi-node applications like Spark. Mesos can also manage lower level schedulers like Kubernetes. A common misconception is that Mesos aims to solve the same problem as Kubernetes, but Mesos is a higher level abstraction. Ben H ...…
 
In this podcast Wes Reisz talks to Colin Eberhardt, the Technology Director at Scott Logic, talks about what WebAssembly (WASM) is, a bit of the history of JavaScript, information about WebAssembly, and plans for WebAssembly 2.0 including the threading model and GC.Why listen to this podcast: - WebAssembly brings another kind of virtual machine ...…
 
Kevin Scott is the CTO of Microsoft...but how did he get there? Scott talks to Kevin about his experience from early teens through his successful foray at LinkedIn and beyond. Where does Kevin see technology going and how do we help get more people involved in the future of technology?By scott@hanselman.com (Scott Hanselman).
 
Algorithms for building neural networks have existed for decades. For a long time, neural networks were not widely used. Recent changes to the cost of compute and the size of our data have made neural networks extremely useful. Our smart phones generate terabytes of useful data. Lower storage costs make it economical to keep that data. Cloud co ...…
 
A job loss is a painful experience, especially if it is unexpected. While there isn’t a lot you can do to completely avoid losing your job, there are a lot of things you can do to soften the impact. While you may not be expecting to suddenly find yourself unemployed, it’s still a good idea to hedge your bets against being unemployed. Planning i ...…
 
In this episode, Adam talks to Blake Newman about getting started with Vuex, and how you would use it to manage your application's state using several practical real-world examples. Topics include: What is Vuex and where did it come from? The benefits of centralizing all of your application's state into one place What sort of state belongs in V ...…
 
Guest: @ Doc Norton talks with Dave Rael about writing, business, incentives, and developer motivations Michael Norton (Doc) is a software delivery professional working to make the world of software development a better place. His experience covers a wide range of development topics. Doc declares expertise in no single language or methodology a ...…
 
Cloud computing lowered the cost and improved accessibility to tools for storing large volumes of data. In the early 2000s, Hadoop caused a revolution in large scale batch processing. Since then, companies have been building ways to store and access their data faster and more efficiently. At the same time, the sheer volume of data has increased ...…
 
Your development career is not an isolated part of your life. It affects and is effected by the other parts of your life. In this episode we talk with Chris Albrecht (@chrisalbrecht), Senior Developer at Lullabot (@lullabot) about why it is important to maintain balance in your life as a developer. In our discussion, Chris outlines three aspect ...…
 
In this episode I talk with Zach Tellman. We talk his introduction to Clojure, how he has noticed Clojure change over the past 10 years, his book Elements of Clojure, and more. Our Guest, Zach Tellman Zach’s website @ztellman on Twitter http://elementsofclojure.com/ Conference Announcements CodeBEAM STO, formerly Erlang User Conference, celebra ...…
 
Starting an Internet business is harder than it should be. You need to incorporate, create an operating agreement, set up a system to accept payments, and many other straightforward tasks. In the 1990s, this was how it felt to set up anything on the Internet. You always had to stand up a web server on your own infrastructure, before you could g ...…
 
Lin Clark speaks to Matthew Farwell about WebAssembly. The show covers: what WebAssembly is; what are the goals and use cases for WebAssembly; why you want to use it; how to interact with the browser, how it changes your development process; security, the future of web assembly. Related Links WebAssembly WebAssembly Demo Reading more […]…
 
Launch Code is a non-profit that helps you launch your tech career through apprenticeships. But what's it like to be a coding apprentice? Kasey, one of their graduates, shares her experiences as an apprentice and how she successfully navigated the tech industry and landed her first job. Chris, their VP of Education, talks about what companies a ...…
 
Focusing on a niche can catastrophically backfire when the market shifts, and Mike goes into full reviewer mode this week. Plus fresh out of Build the guys share the initial impressions of Microsoft’s big event, discuss their growing fear of Amazon, and resources for learning .Net Core. Sponsored By: Linux Academy: Sign up for a free 7 day tria ...…
 
SummaryBen Watson, software engineer at Microsoft working on Bing and author of Writing High Performance .NET Code talks to me about his book and how to improve your code.DetailsWho he is, what he does, working on Bing lead to the book, Bing is probably the biggest C# app in the world. Why worry about performance, pay for play, serverless; some ...…
 
When I buy a mattress online, I pay for it with my credit card. Behind the scenes, a complex series of transactions occur between a payment gateway, the credit card company, and a few banks. There are problems with this process–it is slow, complex, and involves the synchronization of several different parties. Some consumers will not want to pu ...…
 
In this episode we start our miniseries, The Time Bandits, and we kick it off with Too Much WIP and how you deal with it. http://cynicaldeveloper.com/podcast/76/
 
Martin Thompson discusses consensus in distributed systems, and how Aeron uses Raft for clustering in the upcoming release. Martin is a Java Champion with over 2 decades of experience building complex and high-performance computing systems. He is most recently known for his work on Aeron and Simple Binary Encoding (SBE). Previously at LMAX he w ...…
 
Guest: @ Poornima Vijayashanker talks with Dave Rael about trust, business, relationships, being a maker, design, marketing, and public speaking Poornima Vijayashanker is an entrepreneur, engineer, author, and speaker who has made her mark on the tech world. A graduate of Duke University, Poornima was the founding engineer at Mint where she hel ...…
 
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, Jeff Fritz shares tips on creating a successful live stream. Jeff discusses the hardware needed for "green screen" effects, broadcasting, and networking. We learn the differences between Twitch, Mixer and YouTube. Jeff also talks about the software required for streaming including custom widgets used to engage ...…
 
Superpedestrian is a robotic bicycle wheel that learns how you pedal and personalizes your bicycle ride. The engineering challenges of Superpedestrian are at the intersection of robotics, software, and real-time analytics. The first half of today’s show is about Superpedestrian. Goss Nuzzo Jones and Matt Cole are engineers at Superpedestrian. T ...…
 
There’s a lot of container and kubernetes news this week what with KubeCon. We discuss some highlights from there, including Google’s gVisor project, angling to make life more secure in cloud native land. We then discuss Red Hat’s Operators, Chef, and related ways to package up applications and related configuration for deployment onto cloud pl ...…
 
Phones are constantly tracking the location of a user in space. Devices like cars, smart watches, and drones are also picking up high volumes of location data. This location data is also called “geospatial data.” The amount of geospatial data is rapidly increasing, and there is a growing demand for software to perform operations over that data. ...…
 
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