Best Software Development podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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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.
 
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.
 
After working with over 30 software teams, I'm sharing the healthy ways I learned to develop software.#softwaredevelopment #softwaredeveloper #programming #programmer #developers #developer #projectmanagement #projectmanager #productmanagement #productmanager #softwareengineer #softwareengineering #computerscience #compsci #agile #modernagile #lean #scrum #kanban #devops #ux #continuousdelivery #theleanstartup #leanstartup #health #wellness #career #leadership #relationships #consulting #itc ...
 
The Intel® Multi-Core Community provides technical information, tools, conversation, and support from industry experts. Learn how to best develop parallel programs and multi-threaded applications on Multi-Core and Multi-Processor platforms.
 
My journey to master the craft of software development.
 
If you need smart software solutions for your business then outsourcing software development services is good decision. And for best standard of software development, be sure to contact Inveera Technologies LLC. For more detail, visit at: http://www.inveera.com/software-development-outsource.html
 
Not every great developer started learning and programming languages at an early age, some of them had a whole different life before taking up the keyboard. Whether it’s a college career or an immersion program; also known as bootcamp, Software Engineering is a demanding profession. In The New Developer Podcast, Manu Garcia talks to people from a plethora of different backgrounds who have changed their careers to become Software Developers. They share their stories and give advice to those c ...
 
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Welcome back to the podcast everyone! Today we will be talking about the idea of volunteering as a software engineer and the jumping off point for this discussion is our producer extraordinaire’s recent travels to Mozambique.
 
This episode of The Rabbit Hole is wholly concerned with remote work and to help us unpack this issue we welcome back our friend Jonathan Belcher from Automaticc.
 
In this episode of The Rabbit Hole we are unpacking the The Seven Wastes of Software Development! Dave and Michael break down the seven points as they appear in the book Implementing Lean Software Development by Mary and Tom Poppendieck and chat about their experience and thoughts on each.
 
Welcome back to another episode of The Rabbit Hole. Today on the show we are continuing our conversation on the books we’ve read within the last couple of months. This episode of books is a little different, because none of the books that we’ve currently read were programming books!
 
Welcome back to another episode of The Rabbit Hole. Today we welcome Blake Deboer, also from Stride, to help us unpack the topic of Scrum!
 
Welcome back to another episode of The Rabbit Hole. Today on the show we have another interview from Dave’s time at PyCon Italia, the last of a three part series.
 
Today on The Rabbit Hole we give you Part 2 of Dave’s adventures to PyCon Italia. While over there giving his speech, Dave interviewed Iacopo Spalletti, the Founder and CTO of Nephila, an open source and Django web company based in Florence, London, and Zürich.
 
Today’s episode is a field recording all the way from Florence, Italy where our very own Dave Anderson interviewed Mikey Ariel about her presentation at PyCon Italia. Mikey presented a keynote titled “Can We Make The Lightbulb Want to Change?” and Dave gets the low down from her about what this means in the context of documentation and the tran ...…
 
Welcome back to another episode of The Rabbit Hole! On today’s show we welcome our friend Dane O’Connor, who is here to tell us why we need to stop using the term ‘tech debt’. As a commonly used phrase in today’s developer community and in so much business, there can be a lot of sensitivity and potential issues that are connected to the term.…
 
On today’s episode of the The Rabbit Hole we are talking GraphQL and getting some hot takes from our guest Stephen Meriwether! Although GraphQL definitely has its proponents, it certainly has its critics and there are a number of reasons for this.
 
Welcome back to another episode of The Rabbit Hole. Today on the show we are joined by Roberto Pedroso, and we’ll be talking about authorization and how to keep people out of our websites.
 
In this episode of The Rabbit Hole we tackle the world of front end build systems. The field has come along very quickly and things have developed at an almost breakneck space with new systems and frameworks popping up all around us.
 
On the episode today we welcome our colleagues and friends Meredith Edwards and Madelyn Freed to help us discuss feedback and how to do it properly. As an integral and challenging part of any professional environment, feedback can always be improved and given more attention and that’s what we are here to help you with today! During our discussi ...…
 
Over my career I've seen many software projects fail spectacularly due to political infighting between team members.I prefer a simple definition of politics:- when people tell each other what they want to hear instead of the truth.I'd like to share the story of a software project I worked on, where the client was a non-profit company with a big ...…
 
If you need smart software solutions for your business thenoutsourcing software development services is good decision And for beststandard of software development be sure to contact Inveera Technologies LLCFor more detail visit at httpwwwinveeracomsoftwaredevelopmentoutsourcehtml
 
Today on the show, we welcome special guest, Kelly Wu. Kelly is a software consultant and as a consultant has worked with many different tech leads and teams throughout her career. Most engineering teams will have a tech lead and have experience either working with a tech lead or actually being one.
 
It’s bad enough when you’re working on a software project and you run into a problem.But it’s even worse when you know that problem might block other people from getting work done!It’s always blown my mind how some managers try to keep everyone working as if nothing’s wrong when this happens.Software projects are getting more complicated every ...…
 
One of the most frustrating software projects I've been on involved webcam spying and having our code rewritten.A large company that bought out two young entrepreneurs hired me and other consultants to help them.But the entrepreneurs didn't really want help.They had no desire to listen to our advice, or treat our opinions as worth anything what ...…
 
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.
 
Over the years I've had to lead many software developers, and it's become much easier since letting go of being seen as "the expert".Even if I’m only leading a few people there’s always too much work and I have to choose really carefully what I do.If you’ve watched any of my other videos you know I’m a big fan of teams where there’s less manage ...…
 
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.
 
Sometimes I get an opportunity to use a technology that not only solves a business problem, but that I really like!When a client was burned by a prior vendor that couldn't deliver their software project, they needed to see progress made quickly.The product was supposed to be a set of complicated visual dashboards that pulled in data from a bunc ...…
 
On today’s show we welcome back our special and esteemed guest Steven Nuñez, as we ask, ‘Why not use Elixir?” Steven is an avid Elixir user and an expert on the question at hand. During the chat he details the switch he made from Ruby and what brought this about, describes some the stand out features of the language and then assesses Ruby and E ...…
 
As you grow, it can be tempting to compare your career to other developers.It's only natural that as you notice other people getting promotions, recognition, and opportunities to lead exciting efforts you consider: "Would I like that too?"But it's a slippery slope from discovering some new worthy goals, to chasing someone else's!In this video I ...…
 
John Cutler is an experienced Product Manager, writer, and consultant.You can read his many popular articles on Medium where he discusses a variety of topics related to software development in the hacker noon publication:https://hackernoon.com/@johnpcutlerIn this video, John and I trade some thoughts around the perceived decline of agile in som ...…
 
On today’s episode, we welcome two guests, Madelyn Freed and Sam Handler to help us discuss the topics of tech debt and trust. These ideas may not be new to the field of software development but our guests really help us unpack these topics in a way that can be beneficial to all listeners. It is a common experience for coders to come across wha ...…
 
Over my career I’ve seen more projects fail due to misuse of user stories than any other practice commonly used on agile teams.You probably already know that user stories are just a simple format for writing requirements on scrum or agile teams.Today I want to help you avoid some bad advice I see out there about what user stories are and how th ...…
 
Ever been on a software development project where a scrum team is putting pressure on another because of a hidden agenda?I was once asked to investigate two teams that worked together to build a software product for doing taxes.The first team contacted us and said they needed help with releasing software better.So I planned to use an interview ...…
 
On today’s episode, we welcome back Kevin Thomas to help us as we unpack the principles of Agile! This discussion takes the form of the team going through each of the twelve principles of the Agile Manifesto and pitching in their experiences and thoughts on each. As we cycle through, the principles are weighed for their utility and thus the who ...…
 
There are too many companies I run across focused on the wrong things - because they’re measuring the wrong things.In this video Ill show you how you can help your company make more money with the software you build by measuring the right things.When your company makes more money, you’ll get the opportunities and rewards you want.Traditionally ...…
 
One of the most frustrating software projects I've been on was when we designed a product that never got built!A couple different things happened on this project that made it difficult...First, the project was being sold to use an agile process, but then was suddenly switched to fixed cost at the last minute.Secondly, there were too many people ...…
 
Today on The Rabbit Hole we are talking about extreme programming and to help us with this we welcome our very own Kevin Thomas. Kevin is a consultant at Stride and a strong proponent of extreme programming!
 
When talking about the differences between scrum (or kanban) and agile development, the motor and steering wheel of a car are a perfect analogy.When your team is working to write requirements, write code, test, and deploy releases of your software - they follow a development process like scrum or kanban to get work done.This is the motor of the ...…
 
Software development draws many of us in with endless opportunities to learn, but is it right for every project?Early in my career I wanted to know everything possible about the software companies I worked for.But a couple of years in software consulting taught me I could actually be a better developer by learning to ignore information sometime ...…
 
On today’s episode of the Rabbit Hole we are talking about learning culture and just how vital it is to a functioning and successful organization. In an industry such as tech, where things are changing at the speed that they do, without a productive learning culture, there is no way a group of people, no matter the size and experience, will not ...…
 
At some software companies, it can be hard for people to learn from mistakes they make as a developer, product manager, or any other role that works together.Because building software requires so much communication, it's natural for things to get lost in translation and mistakes to occur.But we can treat mistakes as an opportunity to blame some ...…
 
There's no shame in getting help from a friend on a software project!Let me tell you the story of a project I worked on soon after moving to Austin, Texas.I was new to the consulting side of the software development industry, and didn't know anyone in town.After being put on a project with a more experienced consultant, I ran into a few challen ...…
 
On today’s episode, we are talking about monoliths! That’s right, they’re back. Not quite from the dead but definitely from a deep sleep and the unfavored sock drawer. So why exactly are we seeing a resurgence in the popularity of this form of coding right now?
 
It's always been popular to tell people how they're "doing it wrong" and agile software development is just as easy to call "fake".But in working with many teams who read these same articles, they still get lost in a sea of opinions and need a definitive answer.So I made this short video to help you spot fake agile teams in under 7 minutes.With ...…
 
Let me tell you a story about one of the weirder software projects I've been on - and how trying to change the culture went wrong.Early in my programming career I had a taste of some successful projects at a Fortune 500, and I focused entirely on technology and basically had *no* soft skills.So coming into a small company that wanted to grow th ...…
 
Iain Lowe is an experienced software developer and manager based out of Montreal, Canada.Iain found me on Twitter after viewing a short clip from my interview with Scott Nimrod.In this interview, Iain and I discuss the controversy around the Reddit post about estimating that I created from my interview with Scott Nimrod, organizational culture ...…
 
On today’s episode we are talking about the important topic of diversity and inclusion and to help us with our discussion we are pleased to host Derek Parham, CTO of JOOR. As much as is said on this issue, for some, it still may seem challenging and so we are here to try and clear up some of the troublesome areas.…
 
When I first became a senior developer, I didn't realize skills from the consulting industry would have really helped me.I had heard a lot of bad things about the consulting industry - some of which were definitely true.But then I read Flawless Consulting by Peter Block, and over the next 5 years I began to realize why it was so hard to convinc ...…
 
Scott Nimrod is an experienced Software Consultant based out of Miami who specializes in Test Automation, WPF, Functional Programming, and a variety of other technologies.Scott was an early subscriber to my channel and has given me a lot of great advice and support since starting out here last year!In this interview, Scott and I discuss the dyn ...…
 
On today’s episode of The Rabbit Hole Podcast we are talking guilds. What are guilds? Are you a part of one? Why should you join or form one?
 
On today’s episode of the The Rabbit Hole we welcome back Tom Behnam to continue our exploration of machine learning. After the broad introduction of part one, we’ll be getting into a bit more of the specifics and addressing some examples to help explain the concepts.
 
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