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5 Frontend Podcasts - here's what I listen to to stay up to date

pawelmadeja profile image Pawel Madeja ・Updated on ・2 min read

I love listening to podcasts. Whenever I've got a moment, while commuting, going to work or cooking, I'm just putting on my headphones. I would like to share with you my favorite ones.

Syntax FM

syntax.fm

An amazing podcast hosted by Wes Bos and Scott Tolinski. Topics are based mostly on frontend tools and frameworks, but also about some overall dev issues like workflows, steps to become a better developer, or apps and office setups. A few years ago (probably in 2017) one of the episodes finally encouraged me to make a switch from Sublime Editor to Visual Studio Code (best decision ever :D).

Toolsday

spec.fm/podcasts/toolsday

Podcast hosted by Una Kravets & Chris Dhanaraj. Topics include the latest tech tools, libraries and trends. You will find also a lot of tricks and tips that will improve your workflow, make it more efficient and fun. Talking about fun, I didn't know that variable fonts are such interesting thing to play with (more you will find out in the episode 103).

Full Stack Radio

fullstackradio.com

A podcast for developers interested in building online software products. Adam Wathan, the host of the podcast, conducts great interviews with highly skilled developers and online creators. Oh, and if you are not convinced to the Tailwind (as I was) just listen to episodes about it, and you will fall in love (now I wanna use Tailwind in every project ;).

Vue.js News

news.vuejs.org

Vue.js is my Javascript framework of choice, so I had to include it on the list. This podcast is definitely worth listening to, if you would like to stay up to date with all those cool things happening in the Vue.js community.

JAMstack Radio

www.heavybit.com/library/podcasts/jamstack-radio/

JAMstack and Serverless technologies are starting to be a next huge thing in a web development world. If you agree - this is a podcast for you :)


So yeah, this is my list. I know that it's pretty personal and narrowed down to my specific frontend workflow and interests. I would be happy to know what are your favorite podcasts - feel free to leave suggestions in comments.

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