Best Software podcasts we could find (Updated July 2018)
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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.
 
The best hypnosis podcast on the planet. Period. Six time award winning hypnotist Mike Mandel and his trance-junkie co-host Chris Thompson discuss all things related to hypnosis, self hypnosis, NLP, peak performance, self improvement and more. This podcast makes you smarter and lets you laugh while you learn.
 
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!
 
Kubernetes, serverless, cloud, DevOps, & coding. Get the lazy WTF each week, mostly.
 
Machine learning and data science episodes of Software Engineering Daily.
 
JavaScript episodes of Software Engineering Daily
 
Technical interviews about software topics.
 
Blockchain-related episodes of Software Engineering Daily.
 
Interviews, essays, facts and tips about process improvement and measurement in the Information Technology arena!
 
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 ...
 
Welcome to the first podcast dedicated solely to the practice of software architecture! In the episodes to come, we’ll discuss modern software architecture patterns and practices with the practitioners getting their hands dirty doing the work.
 
Open source technology episodes of Software Engineering Daily
 
Internetworking perspectives by Ivan Pepelnjak
 
Episodes about building and scaling large software projects
 
The Podcast for Professional Software Developers
 
Welcome to The Rabbit Hole, the definitive developers podcast. If you are a software developer or technology leader looking to stay on top of the latest news in the software development world, or just want to learn actionable tactics to improve your day-to-day job performance, this podcast is for you.
 
Databases and data engineering episodes of Software Engineering Daily
 
Are you ready for a photography podcast which breaks the mold and will not put you to sleep? Are you ready to actually have fun while learning? Are you ready to learn from an award-winning photojournalist with decades of experience you can benefit from? Join thousands of photographers from around the world who enjoy Sharky's weekly podcast where you'll have fun, improve your photography and solve those pesky problems you've been having. Leave voicemails, send in your questions and get answers!
 
Introduction to principles of software engineering for mobile devices and best practices, including code reviews, source control, and unit tests. Topics include Ajax, encapsulation, event handling, HTTP, memory management, MVC, object-oriented design, and user experience. Languages include HTML5, JavaScript, Objective-C, and PHP. Projects include mobile web apps and native iOS apps. This is OpenCourseWare, licensed by David J. Malan of Harvard University under a Creative Commons Attribution- ...
 
A podcast focusing on real-life SDN, NFV and SDDC architectures and solutions that work outside of the cozy environment of vendor-branded PowerPoint.
 
The Social Toolkit Podcast breathes new life into your marketing and productivity by focusing on the tools that save you time and money. The tools you use as a digital marketer are a sneak peak into your process. The Social Media Toolkit Podcast will focus on just that, the tools, software, apps, services, and process behind top digital marketers, social media strategists, and community managers. Every week we will interview a new digital marketing expert about the tools they lean on, love, ...
 
The IBM Rational podcast series is focused on driving skills to help govern the business process of software and systems delivery. The series features video and audio interviews with IBM thought leaders and technical experts, talking to you about adapting the unique needs of business and IT for delivering software and software-based systems, whether on a distributed or mainframe platform. Tune in regularly as Rational Talks to You!
 
Popular episodes of Software Engineering Daily.
 
The world's first independent podcast dedicated to business applications. Enterprise Software news, views reviews and interviews for CEOs, CIOs, developers, users and partners.
 
Security episodes of Software Engineering Daily
 
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Make Better Software
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Interviews with makers about how they build great software
 
Stories of people hacking on weird and interesting projects.
 
Andrzej Krzywda from Arkency talking about all things software, including but not limited to Ruby, JS, OOP, DDD, CQRS, AI, business, sales, marketing
 
The SaaS (Software as a Service) Business Podcast helps entrepreneurs start and grow their SaaS businesses. By interviewing people who have accomplished what you want to do, this podcast will provide you with resources and inspiration to grab a piece of this expanding market.
 
projekt202 is the leader in applying design, experience strategy and observational insights to the development of mobile, cloud, web and workplace software. Here we share insights around our strategy and design process for software development.
 
Der Podcast zur Unterstützung unserer: http://best-practice-software-engineering.ifs.tuwien.ac.at Initiative. Der Podcast ist in deutscher Sprache!
 
Software Engineering Institute (SEI) Webinar Series
 
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Software Secrets
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Listen as software mavericks, Garrett Pierson and Scott Brandley, share how they've built a software empire and what they've learned along the way. Also, learn about their latest project, Software Funnels. Lindsay Halling, their newest hire, will also share her journey as she learns directly from Garrett and Scott as they mentor her to build this new company from the ground up.
 
When a business manager invests in new or modified software, he or she expects business results from that investment. Sadly, more often than not, they don't get that. They may get a technically brilliant system, but if that system's architecture isn't based on the architecture of the business, or on business goals and strategy – then it's still a failure. In this mini-course you'll learn how to establish a software architecture that is closely aligned to the business and to business goals. S ...
 
Listen to The Binary Times Podcast. We are two Linux enthusiasts who enjoy what technology and the free software world have to offer and want to spread the word. Come and have a listen.
 
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 ...
 
Patrick McKenzie (patio11) blogs on software development, marketing, and general business topics.
 
Data center and Telco managers are approaching a crisis point in a number of dimensions: storage demands are expected to reach 44 zettabytes by 2020; with the Internet of Things (IoT), connected devices communicating over networks will rise exponentially to 50 billion by 2020; today, business users want fast, economical IT services delivered in hours, not days or weeks. These challenges are driving a fundamental shift in data center and Telco architecture and operations from hardware-bound s ...
 
Business of Software is a place that brings together the brightest minds and greatest practitioners in software into one place. World Class software leaders such as Joel Spolsky, Seth Godin, DHH, Jason Fried, Dharmesh Shah, Kathy Sierra, Gail Goodman, Guy Kawasaki and more, come to teach everything except the code in how to scale great software companies that stay profitable in the long term. Expect the latest thinking and fresh perspectives from some of the world's leading software practiti ...
 
ProHuddle is a podcast about Enterprise IT. We cover topics related to Enterprise IT such as databases (Oracle, PostgreSQL etc..), Big Data (Hadoop, NoSQL etc..), streaming (Kafka), DevOps, Cloud, Virtualization, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and any other topic that is relevant to Enterprise IT. We also host live webinars. Please visit www.prohuddle.com and register to be notified of our webinars.
 
Software Requirements Talk is the podcast version of IEEE Software magazine's Requirements department, helmed by Neil Maiden.
 
Life is too short for bad software. So the New Relic Modern Software Podcast is designed to share insights and perspectives on the most important things happening in the world of software analytics, cloud computing, application monitoring, development methodologies, programming languages, and related topics. New Relic execs, customers, and industry experts will participate in lively discussions on how to create, deliver, and manage great software experiences. Music by Audionautix.
 
Deep discussions about technology, enterprise IT, and the like
 
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Machine learning models allow our applications to perform highly accurate inferences. A model can be used to classify a picture as a cat, or to predict what movie I might want to watch. But before a machine learning model can be used to make these inferences, the model must be trained and deployed. In the training process, a machine learning mo ...…
 
Machine learning models allow our applications to perform highly accurate inferences. A model can be used to classify a picture as a cat, or to predict what movie I might want to watch. But before a machine learning model can be used to make these inferences, the model must be trained and deployed. In the training process, a machine learning mo ...…
 
Machine learning models allow our applications to perform highly accurate inferences. A model can be used to classify a picture as a cat, or to predict what movie I might want to watch. But before a machine learning model can be used to make these inferences, the model must be trained and deployed. In the training process, a machine learning mo ...…
 
We try to discern the strategy behind two acquisitions this week: Broadcom buying CA and AT&T buying AlienVault. Seems fine. Meanwhile, you get to join conversation as we talk about how much different product management seems at cloud native vendors than traditional, “enterprise product management.” Important nonsense Vinsanto is the Greek wine ...…
 
Modern programming requires lots of integration between APIs. Some of these integrations are trivial–such as using Twilio or Stripe. But there are many more complex integrations. For example, when a large company acquires a smaller company, the acquiring company might want to integrate with that smaller company to leverage the synergies between ...…
 
Modern programming requires lots of integration between APIs. Some of these integrations are trivial–such as using Twilio or Stripe. But there are many more complex integrations. For example, when a large company acquires a smaller company, the acquiring company might want to integrate with that smaller company to leverage the synergies between ...…
 
Modern programming requires lots of integration between APIs. Some of these integrations are trivial–such as using Twilio or Stripe. But there are many more complex integrations. For example, when a large company acquires a smaller company, the acquiring company might want to integrate with that smaller company to leverage the synergies between ...…
 
Flutter allows developers to build cross-platform mobile apps. In our previous show about Flutter, Eric Seidel from Google described the goals of Flutter, why he founded the project, and how Flutter is built. In today’s show, Randal Schwartz talks about Flutter in more detail–including the developer experience of building Flutter apps and why h ...…
 
Flutter allows developers to build cross-platform mobile apps. In our previous show about Flutter, Eric Seidel from Google described the goals of Flutter, why he founded the project, and how Flutter is built. In today’s show, Randal Schwartz talks about Flutter in more detail–including the developer experience of building Flutter apps and why h ...…
 
Flutter allows developers to build cross-platform mobile apps. In our previous show about Flutter, Eric Seidel from Google described the goals of Flutter, why he founded the project, and how Flutter is built. In today’s show, Randal Schwartz talks about Flutter in more detail–including the developer experience of building Flutter apps and why h ...…
 
Nubank was started in 2013 with a credit card that was controlled through a mobile app. At the time, it was the first service in Brazil that allowed customers to do banking without going to a physical bank branch. Since then, Nubank has expanded into additional financial services and currently has 850 employees working in Brazil. Edward Wible i ...…
 
Nubank was started in 2013 with a credit card that was controlled through a mobile app. At the time, it was the first service in Brazil that allowed customers to do banking without going to a physical bank branch. Since then, Nubank has expanded into additional financial services and currently has 850 employees working in Brazil. Edward Wible i ...…
 
On this episode of The Rabbit Hole we delve into the subject of mentorship! To help us along the path we welcome Avielle Wolfe and Kimberly Suazo who are both developers at Stride.
 
Jeremy’s Bio: Jeremy Clark makes developers better. By drawing on over 15 years of experience in application development, he helps developers take a step up in their skillset with a focus on making complex topics approachable regardless of skill level. He is a Microsoft MVP for .NET, and he has authored seven courses for Pluralsight,...…
 
The concept of “serverless” is on the minds of many developers and operations teams these days. The technology is definitely hot, but is serverless really ready for prime time in production environments?To find out, your co-hosts Fredric Paul and Tori Wieldt invited a pair of New Relic experts, Senior Director of Strategic Architecture Lee Atch ...…
 
Flutter is a project from Google that is rebuilding user interface engineering from the ground up. Today, most engineering teams have dedicated engineering resources for web, iOS, and Android. These different platforms have their own design constraints, their own toolset, and their own programming languages. But each platform is merely building ...…
 
Flutter is a project from Google that is rebuilding user interface engineering from the ground up. Today, most engineering teams have dedicated engineering resources for web, iOS, and Android. These different platforms have their own design constraints, their own toolset, and their own programming languages. But each platform is merely building ...…
 
Flutter is a project from Google that is rebuilding user interface engineering from the ground up. Today, most engineering teams have dedicated engineering resources for web, iOS, and Android. These different platforms have their own design constraints, their own toolset, and their own programming languages. But each platform is merely building ...…
 
SPaMCAST 502 features our interview Marcus Hammarberg. Marcus returns to talk about his new book Salvation: The Bungsu Story (https://amzn.to/2u1ndYs). The story provides a real-life example of how agile can save the world — or at least part of it. This is one of the most important and inspirational interviews I have done. Marcus’s bio: For 15 ...…
 
Series 4 Episode 2 - In this episode we welcome a guest speaker Maurizio who speaks to us about LVM, 3D modelling software Sweet Home 3D, Mark speaks about the coder dojo he is running in Kilkishen, Wayne installs Cockpit on Ubuntu Server, more amazing under the hood tips and an Irish saying in this fortnights episode, have a listen...…
 
For some reason, we talk about Intel. Plus, SUSE going PE and sun screen strategies for kids. Meet us in Austin Get your invite — July 11th 5:30 - Software Defined Talk - Drinks & Socializing # Important nonsense Coté wrote some stuff on compliance and DevOps/cloud native/digital transformation. What do you call that stuff? Relevant to your int ...…
 
Tim O’Reilly’s book What’s the Future? is an overview of business, technology, and society. As the founder of O’Reilly Media, Tim has been steeped in technology trends for the last 40 years. From his vantage point running conferences and publishing technical content, Tim has been able to make informed predictions about what is coming next. In t ...…
 
Tim O’Reilly’s book What’s the Future? is an overview of business, technology, and society. As the founder of O’Reilly Media, Tim has been steeped in technology trends for the last 40 years. From his vantage point running conferences and publishing technical content, Tim has been able to make informed predictions about what is coming next. In t ...…
 
Tim O’Reilly’s book What’s the Future? is an overview of business, technology, and society. As the founder of O’Reilly Media, Tim has been steeped in technology trends for the last 40 years. From his vantage point running conferences and publishing technical content, Tim has been able to make informed predictions about what is coming next. In t ...…
 
When a patient comes into the hospital with stroke symptoms, the hospital will give that patient a CAT scan, a 3-dimensional imaging of the patient’s brain. The CAT scan needs to be examined by a radiologist, and the radiologist will decide whether to refer the patient to an interventionist–a surgeon who can perform an operation to lower the ri ...…
 
When a patient comes into the hospital with stroke symptoms, the hospital will give that patient a CAT scan, a 3-dimensional imaging of the patient’s brain. The CAT scan needs to be examined by a radiologist, and the radiologist will decide whether to refer the patient to an interventionist–a surgeon who can perform an operation to lower the ri ...…
 
When a patient comes into the hospital with stroke symptoms, the hospital will give that patient a CAT scan, a 3-dimensional imaging of the patient’s brain. The CAT scan needs to be examined by a radiologist, and the radiologist will decide whether to refer the patient to an interventionist–a surgeon who can perform an operation to lower the ri ...…
 
Computer systems consume memory, CPU, battery, data, and network bandwidth as inputs. These systems provide value for the end user by delivering information, virtual objects, and physical products as outputs. Another fundamental resource that is becoming easier to consume as input is money. There are also new outputs–financial constructs that a ...…
 
Computer systems consume memory, CPU, battery, data, and network bandwidth as inputs. These systems provide value for the end user by delivering information, virtual objects, and physical products as outputs. Another fundamental resource that is becoming easier to consume as input is money. There are also new outputs–financial constructs that a ...…
 
On today’s episode of The Rabbit Hole, we welcome our friend Kyle Rush, VP of Engineering at Casper to help us discuss becoming a manager. Kyle is a great example of a developer who made the change to a successful managerial role, a transition that oftentimes has its challenges.
 
Napster, Kazaa, and Bittorrent are peer-to-peer file sharing systems. In these P2P systems, nodes need to find each other. Users need to be able to search for files that exist across the system. P2P systems are decentralized, so these routing problems must be solved without a centralized service in the middle. Without a centralized service that ...…
 
Napster, Kazaa, and Bittorrent are peer-to-peer file sharing systems. In these P2P systems, nodes need to find each other. Users need to be able to search for files that exist across the system. P2P systems are decentralized, so these routing problems must be solved without a centralized service in the middle. Without a centralized service that ...…
 
Napster, Kazaa, and Bittorrent are peer-to-peer file sharing systems. In these P2P systems, nodes need to find each other. Users need to be able to search for files that exist across the system. P2P systems are decentralized, so these routing problems must be solved without a centralized service in the middle. Without a centralized service that ...…
 
SPaMCAST 501 features our essay on Agile Metrics. Progress is easy to visualize when we use the yardstick of calendar time. My wife and I spent 17 days in Europe. There are 177 shopping days until Christmas (as of July 1, 2018) — I expect presents this year. How long it takes to deliver a piece of work, in days, is something nearly every human ...…
 
Here are the show notes from this episode: We’ve got brand-new microphones! It’s much better quality, it only sounds worse! 100 Days of Awesome continues with more strategies! Plus we answer our Mailbag questions from around the world… June Architecture of Hypnosis was the most international ever! Students from US, Canada, Sweden, Belgium, Engl ...…
 
Every company has the idea of the “nightly report.” A business analyst comes into the office, sits down in front their inbox, and looks at yesterday’s data. Did sales go up? Did the marketing campaigns bring in the expected number of customers? Was there an increase in helpdesk tickets? The statistics that these reports deliver to human analyst ...…
 
Every company has the idea of the “nightly report.” A business analyst comes into the office, sits down in front their inbox, and looks at yesterday’s data. Did sales go up? Did the marketing campaigns bring in the expected number of customers? Was there an increase in helpdesk tickets? The statistics that these reports deliver to human analyst ...…
 
Every company has the idea of the “nightly report.” A business analyst comes into the office, sits down in front their inbox, and looks at yesterday’s data. Did sales go up? Did the marketing campaigns bring in the expected number of customers? Was there an increase in helpdesk tickets? The statistics that these reports deliver to human analyst ...…
 
Why would a company buy Docker? With “near triple digit revenue,” perhaps there’s a good business model to match the interest in free, but, in turn, why would an acquirer want to pay for free? We speculate wildly, and without spreadsheets. Also, lots of people have been funded, there’s a new bundle of kubernetes releases, and we discuss t-shirt ...…
 
Chromium is an open source browser that shares code with the Chrome browser from Google. A browser is a large piece of software, with engineering challenges around threading, rendering, resource management, and networking. To add to the complexity, Chrome runs on iOS, Android, MacOSX, Windows, and other platforms. Chrome OS is an operating syst ...…
 
Chromium is an open source browser that shares code with the Chrome browser from Google. A browser is a large piece of software, with engineering challenges around threading, rendering, resource management, and networking. To add to the complexity, Chrome runs on iOS, Android, MacOSX, Windows, and other platforms. Chrome OS is an operating syst ...…
 
Chromium is an open source browser that shares code with the Chrome browser from Google. A browser is a large piece of software, with engineering challenges around threading, rendering, resource management, and networking. To add to the complexity, Chrome runs on iOS, Android, MacOSX, Windows, and other platforms. Chrome OS is an operating syst ...…
 
Shopify runs more than 600,000 small business websites. When Shopify was figuring out how to scale, the engineering teams did not have a standard workflow for how to deploy and manage services. Some teams used AWS, some teams used Heroku, some teams used other infrastructure providers. To manage all those stores effectively, Shopify has built i ...…
 
Shopify runs more than 600,000 small business websites. When Shopify was figuring out how to scale, the engineering teams did not have a standard workflow for how to deploy and manage services. Some teams used AWS, some teams used Heroku, some teams used other infrastructure providers. To manage all those stores effectively, Shopify has built i ...…
 
Shopify runs more than 600,000 small business websites. When Shopify was figuring out how to scale, the engineering teams did not have a standard workflow for how to deploy and manage services. Some teams used AWS, some teams used Heroku, some teams used other infrastructure providers. To manage all those stores effectively, Shopify has built i ...…
 
Andreas Stefik talks with SE Radio’s Felienne about how blind and visually impaired people use the computer, most commonly with a screen reader. They discuss how screen readers work and what programmers can do to make software more accessible for this group of users. The episode starts with the basics, like adding alt tags, giving […]…
 
Andreas Stefik talks with SE Radio’s Felienne about how blind and visually impaired people use the computer, most commonly with a screen reader. They discuss how screen readers work and what programmers can do to make software more accessible for this group of users. The episode starts with the basics, like adding alt tags, giving […]…
 
Andreas Stefik talks with SE Radio’s Felienne about how blind and visually impaired people use the computer, most commonly with a screen reader. They discuss how screen readers work and what programmers can do to make software more accessible for this group of users. The episode starts with the basics, like adding alt tags, giving […]…
 
Felienne interviews Andreas Stefik about creating programs that are accessible for blind and visually impaired users. How do they consume and create software?
 
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