Finding dev videos

I am wondering how you find interesting dev videos to watch on YouTube, Vimeo and the like. I mainly use channels of conferences like GoTo and devoxx. You?

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I really like LinusTechTips (not a coding channel) as well as the Google dev channels (Chrome Developers, Android Developers, Google Developers, as well as their related channels). freeCodeCamp has a channel. Derek Banas has a lot of "entire language in 30 mins" videos and tutorials.

Hah, I’ve watched a good bit of LTT myself. They usually have some good hardware tech explanations in As Fast As Possible too.

My favorite channel is Fun Fun Function. Super engaging, and the author is really knowledgeable with experience at Spotify etc.

This is related more to computer security than programming, but I recently started watching LiveOverflow for his Capture-The-Flag videos. He breaks down the problems really well and I love watching him finish solving them.

Edit: Clarified the term "security".

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I also follow the channel Coding Tech on Youtube.

OMG! What a find is! πŸ˜„

I watch a lot of conference channels too. I've seen some good ones from StrangeLoop, NDC, and SkillsMatter as well. Probably others I'm not thinking of right now.

Edit: A lot of Sandi Metz videos are really good too, which are usually RubyConf videos. Here is the latest one I watched having to do with teamwork.

After that youtube sugestions works pretty well,
at least it did for me, until I watched like over 1000 of them and now it suggests random things πŸ˜€

There are hundreds of tech conf around the year, and at least so many meetups and live talk, and so few time to watch them πŸ˜‘

I like a lot videos from NDC conferences:

There are over 2,000 videos available for free,

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