10 Podcasts for Developers in 2019

Vaidotas Piekus on January 18, 2019

There are very few good things about having a commute to work every day. Dev podcasts is one of them. You can learn something new, keep up with the... [Read Full]
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Thanks for including The Changelog and JS Party! ๐ŸŽ‰

If you like those, thereโ€™s a non-zero chance youโ€™ll appreciate most of the stuff we publish. Thatโ€™s why we have a master feed. โœŠ๏ธ

 

Thanks Jerod! And thanks for the hard work on Changelog stuff!

 

Great list of shows, looks like I need to add a couple to qit

Also, I've got to throw Coding Blocks out there. It's my favorite...but I'm quite biased. ;)

 

Adding it to my pod catcher, I am always looking for new stuff :)

 

Also, I've got to throw Coding Blocks out there. It's my favorite...but I'm quite biased. ;)

I'm biased towards The .NET Core Podcast for much the same reasons, I think

 

I have a great podcast too, geared toward new self-taught developers (a demograph that is often overlooked in podcast topics). It's called La Vie en Code, and it's on Spotify/Apple Podcasts/Google Podcasts/Soundcloud/Stitcher. :)

Also, you can take a look at the episodes and notes here: lavieencode.net/podcast

 

Great list ๐Ÿ˜
For python developers, I would suggest Talk python to me which is a really good show focused on the python changes, ecosystem and the people behind it. What I love most about this show is it is well informative, calm and nicely organized.

 

I totally agree, I listen to it occasionally too, even if I am not doing any python at the moment. Quality guests makes that show for sure.

 
 

As a dev podcast addict and maintainer of a dev podcast search engine, I appreciate it very much!

Subbed and ticketed!

 

I feel kinda bad jumping on this thread :-), but when you've got 70+ episodes of your own podcast, and it's not in the list, you can't be held responsible for your actions! I just posted our most recent episode of Mobycast here on DEV.to: dev.to/jonxtensen/growth-hacking-f...

Our formula is no guest interviews so that we can get deep on topics and have show-to-show consistency. We talk a lot about the realities of building and operating software in the cloud and cover stuff that doesn't get talked about in online classes.

 

Full Stack Baby...

Don't forget Full Stack Radio by Adam Wathan, one of the best podcasts out there IMO โ€” solid contributor, vast breadth of topics and a good cohesive relationship among all episodes.

fullstackradio.com

 
 

ahh, it almost made it! I think it is super for some passive learning on cs fundamentals!

 

Command Line Heroes should also get an honorary mention for presenting the fundamentals of OS culture in such a fun way, tbh!

 
 

I'd like to add the Laracasts podcasts by Jeffrey Way are great too: laracasts.com/podcast

 

I've been listening to Developer Tea lately. It's not very technical, but it's more about the life of a developer professionally and personally.

 

Oh yeah that is a good one! Sometimes you just want to take a break from super technical topics and enjoy people having conversations and sharing thoughts.

 

Software Engineering daily!!! It is one of the podcasts I listen to have general knowledge of the trends in software.

 

Nothing from Jupiter Broadcasting? Coder Radio & Linux Unplugged are awesome

 

Looks like I need to add it to my ever expanding listening list! Thanks for the recommendation

 
 

I love the Change Log and The React Podcast ๐Ÿ˜

We (at egghead.io) put out a podcast that I listen to regularly as well. I think you all would like it:

egghead.io/podcasts

 
 
 

Love this list! Darknet Diaries is probably my favorite out of the list but episodes aren't released as frequently as the others.

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