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CodeNewbie is amazing. They also have a Base.cs offshoot which teaches computer science stuff. I know the name says "newbie", but I've been programming for quite a few years and I still find them super helpful and inspirational!

 
 

Software Engineering Daily is super informative. I'm really fond of The Bike Shed, which skews towards Ruby/Rails dev.

 
 

Coders Campus Podcast and Start here: web development

 

While not something that I think is really about making you a better dev, I really enjoy the Stack Overflow podcast. It's definitely developer focused and there have been some great guests on that enlightened me on things that I wasn't aware of.

stackoverflow.blog/podcasts/

Also Scott Hanselman has a great podcast where he talks to devs from all areas that is also a great listen.

hanselminutes.com/

 
 

coding blocks.net is great. They go over software engineering principles and learn along with the audience.

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