Why I Love The Syntax.fm Podcast

Brian Barbour on September 27, 2019

I have a long commute everyday and there's nothing more satisfying than firing up an interesting podcast or audiobook for the drive. I am an audio ... [Read Full]
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Thank you so much for this write up Brian! This was an awesome start to my day.


Wow thanks a ton for this - very cool to hear what people think about the podcast past "I love it!, you're funny!" Made my day - thanks again :D


Agreed! Especially about the humility part of it. They seem like real people that do not know everything but focus on what is important to them. In contrast, some devs seem like celebrities that are untouchable or superior because of their prestige, knowledge, and opinions which can cause some feelings of imposter syndrome.


Had this thought earlier this week when I was listening to one of their episodes this week, enjoy how humble they are about what they know and what they do not. They makes it possible for me to believe I can be as good as them. My favourite Developer podcast by far.


I agree. As a dev, you should be open to anything from anyone


Thanks for the info. I'm listening now to Episode 177 as I have been thinking about changing our API from PHP -> Node.


I love their shows and I don't even do Javascript as much. Good job Wes and Scott.


Yeah Syntax.fm kicks butt! Great to listen to Wes and Scott on my commutes. They keep me interested in all things code!


Thanks for sharing. I'm not a big fan of podcasts, mostly because I ended up listening to boring stuff (or people).

Looking around to try a podcast for developers I ended up here. I'm happy I did.


Right. These guys are anything but boring in my opinion. I hope you enjoy listening as much as I do.

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