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Hacking Humans - Security
Maintainable - Software development
Remote Ruby - Rails
Ruby on Rails podcast - Rails
The ruby Rogues - Rails
Stacktrace - iOS development
Smashing Podcast - Web/CSS/JS
Smashing Security - Security news
Rails with Jason - Rails
The Bike Shed - Rails + web
The Numberphile - Maths + history
The State Sponsored Podcast - Security
The Unmade Podcast - Madness and fun
And many other occasional listens

In normal times have a very long commute.


Thanks for listening (to Maintainable.fm)!


Vanillajs podcast
Whisky wednesdays

Non tech:
Bedtime stories
mars patell


Sure thing, it's always a great practice to listen to something non-tech as well. For example, I've listened to some Soft Skills Engineering episodes and they are awesome from a different perspective. πŸ’―
I believe softs skills are heavily underrated in today's market. ☹


Soft skills are very important!
But also just some random stories make you relax, it’s ok to not be a dev 100% of the time.
Something many people expect or think sometimes

I see where you are going. Sometimes I like to take at least a couple days off and switch to something like hiking, biking, etc, where I can fully relax the mind. 🏞
It works wonders, as you come back fully energized and you can find solutions to stuff that didn't click for weeks at daily routine. βœ¨πŸ§™β€β™‚οΈ


I love Reply All. Great content and production.


They're production is great, some podcasts take so long to make, but they're worth the wait πŸ”₯


I downloaded some episodes of LadyBug for my morning walks πŸ™‚ I love Darknet Diaries and Reply All. Also Linear Digressions, Developer Tea, Stuff you should know, Philozophize this, Hanselminutes, The Stack overflow podcast, Lore, Dan Carlin's Hardcore History, Ted Radio Hour and some for learning German πŸ™‚


Coding Blocks is really good! I also really like the Ladybug Podcast - they always have some really insightful yet down-to-earth things to talk about in web dev.

Chats with Kent C. Dodds
The Polyglot Developer
The Stack Overflow Podcast


I guess I've been missing out since I see Ladybug Podcast brought up often in various sources πŸ˜‰ Also following Kent C. Dodds on Twitter πŸ‘


I listen to the unexpected News Podcast, the podcast is in Spanish


I always wondered do they translate technical terms like containers, cache, hoisting, etc in non-English languages?? πŸ‘€


Hey, Basically no, we almost always say the technical terms in English, for example: "Hay que borrar la cache del navegador" o "Necesitamos un hosting para nuestra aplicacion" xD

Hahah, yeah I guess trying to translate particular terms might sound awkward πŸ˜‚
At the end of the day, the key point is to understand the context πŸ˜‰

Yes, in the end it is to understand the context



Tech/Software Development:

  • The Changelog - Conversations with the hackers, the leaders, and the innovators of software development.
  • DevNews Podcast (DEV.to) - The Podcast made by the People running this community ^^.
  • Software Defined Talk - Kubernetes, serverless, cloud, DevOps, & coding. Get the lazy WTF each week, mostly.
  • Practical Operations Podcast - A pragmatic podcast discussing Systems, Operations and Scaling with a focus on real world use cases and solutions to common problems.

Not Tech:

  • 99% invisible - 99% Invisible is a weekly exploration of the process and power of design and architecture.
  • Zeitsprung - German History Podcast. (dringende Empfehlung πŸ˜‰ )

And some more, but those are the ones that came to mind immediately, and my phone is in another room right now... Maybe I will expand with another comment later. 🀷 πŸ˜‰


Thanks for the added descriptions πŸ‘
Changelog and DevNews were the only ones I've came across, but I assume the rest is πŸ”₯πŸ”₯ too πŸ˜‰


LadyBug Podcast,
React Podcast,
Real Talk JavaScript,
JavaScript Jabber


Not about web development, more about testing and QA but I love Quality Sense! soundcloud.com/qualitysensepodcast


Only Syntax and DevNews. I try to limit the amount of podcasts I listen to otherwise the episodes can start to build up and it becomes a game of cat and mouse trying to listen to them all πŸ˜…


True πŸ˜„ Been there, done that πŸ˜„


Code Newbie is Awesome, they Discuss some real-life situation of New Programmers. i also listen Syntax.


Love Syntax πŸ˜€ I tend to also listen to:

  • Shoptalk show
  • Changelog
  • .Net rocks
  • Command line heroes
  • Base CS
  • StackOverflow podcast

Yeah, I guess it's a classic for every dev who loves podcasts πŸ”₯πŸ”₯


LoL I didn't realize there was a podcast section here dev.to/pod


Make good use of it, lots of gems there πŸ”₯πŸ”₯


Darknet Diaries (security related), and more recently Whiskey Wednesdays!

Occasionally The Daily Stoic as well when I need a bit of inspiration. :)


Corecursive is by far the best podcast I listen to. Every episode has at least one spicy take that challenges me and my assumptions about what "good code" is.


Syntax by Wes bos and Scott Tolenski.
Also not to forget DEV community podcast,
The Complete Developer podcast.


I really enjoy Darknet Diaries, Malicious Life and Talk Python to me.