What podcasts should I be listening to in 2019?

Conlin Durbin on January 08, 2019

Hey DEV-ers! I really got into podcasts last year and I am looking for more to check out. What podcasts are you currently digging? What should I check out?

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Preaching to the choir here maybe, but I love Syntax by Wes Bos and Scott Tolinski. I'm also interested to see what other suggestions come up in this thread! I'm always looking for a new podcast to add to the rotation. A couple of other favorites:

-Frontend Happy Hour
-Code Newbie
-Command Line Heroes
-The Changelog

 

Great list! I listen to a lot of The Bikeshed - based on your interests you might like that one!

 

I'll go ahead and list my weekly lineup in order of "most listened" to "least listened":

  • Syntax.fm
  • Software Engineering Daily
  • Darknet Diaries (not dev related)
  • Indie Hackers
  • JS Party

The remaining are on retainer in case a good episode pops up, like a good interview or hot topic:

  • React Podcast
  • Changelog
  • Google Cloud Platform Podcast
  • egghead.io developer chats
  • Refactor Your Body (devlifts.io)
  • Swindled (not dev related)
  • Joe Rogan Experience (definitely not dev related, but entertaining at times)
 

I had a huge collection that I'm listening on a daily basis but specifically for software development & soft skills it's this.

1) Software Engineering Daily - which I was exposed to Dev.to due to 1 of the episode.
2) The Jordan Harbinger Show - networking & soft skills
3) Master of Scale - Has some awesome interviews on technology & startups. Love the episode for Marissa Mayer that talks about Google's Associate Product Manager program
4) Talk Python To Me - Python related news, trends and technology

 

These range from development to design/art. Some of these don't update anymore, but they have some archived episodes that are gems (like interviews with big names):

  • API Busters
  • The Architect Show
  • The Big Web Show
  • The Boagworld UX Show
  • The Changelog
  • CodeNewbie
  • CodePen Radio
  • The Content Strategy Podcast
  • Demuxed
  • Design Details
  • Design Matters
  • Design Notes
  • Design Review
  • DesignBetter.co
  • Dissection
  • Does Not Compute
  • Drawn: The Story of Animation
  • Dream Nation
  • egghead.io dev chats
  • Founders Talk
  • The freeCodeCamp podcsat
  • The Freelancer's Show
  • Front End Happy Hour
  • Front-end Five
  • The Frontside Podcast
  • Full Stack Radio
  • GraphQL Radio
  • Greater Than Code
  • The Hacking UI Podcast
  • Has Opinions
  • Hope in Source
  • InDesign Secrets
  • JAMStack Radio
  • Javascript Air
  • JS Party
  • The Laracasts Snippets
  • The Laravel Podcast
  • Layout
  • Let's Make Mistakes
  • Louder Than Words
  • Lullabot Podcast
  • Marketing Over Coffee
  • Modern Web
  • NodeUp
  • Dribbble's Overtime
  • PHP Town Hall
  • PHPUgly
  • Practical Product
  • Presentable
  • React Native Radio
  • React Podcast
  • React Round UP
  • React30
  • Request for Commits
  • The Secure Developer
  • ShopTalk
  • Soft Skills Engineering
  • Sprint
  • Stack and Flow
  • Style Guide Podcast
  • SyntaxFM
  • This Old App
  • Toolsday
  • Twenty Percent Time
  • UI Breakfast
  • UX Podcast
  • The Versioning Show
  • Views on Vue
  • The Web Ahead
  • The Web Platform Podcast
  • Wireframe

Non-dev casts:

  • 8-4 Play
  • Retronauts
  • SModcast
  • The Smartest Man in the World
  • EasyAllies
  • Kotaku Spitscreen
  • Joe Rogan
  • Getting Curious
  • Good Job, Brain!
  • The Church of What's Happening Now
 
 

Hey y'all!

Weekly, I listen to Developer Tea, How I Built This w/ Guy Raz, Darknet Diaries, Does Not Compute, Dads in Dev, The Pitch, a16z, Distributed, Re-Work, Swift by Sundel and Modern CTO. I just launched a podcast of my own called Code Story (codestory.co), that might be of interest to everyone. Please let me know what you think!

 

I'm finding that little of my podcast listening is dev-focused. Closest I can think of is the IOT Podcast, which has some industry-pointed talk (not my industry, tho) but is mostly consumer-focused. It's where I learned about Resin.io (now balena), which is a great idea not really where I am playing now.

I stack up Developer Tea episodes, but then delete them in bulk...

 

Here are some that I listen to in order of most listened to, to less listened to:

-JavaScript jabber (great content)
-The web ahead (fascinating subjects)
-Shop talk show
-Full stack radio
-Ctrl+click
-Command line hereos
-Developer tea
-This developer life
-Reply all (more about the Web than programming)

 

Hanselminutes - Scott Hanselman from Microsoft but the podcast is rarely about that, it's always fascinating.
Causeascene - interviews with marginalized people in tech.
Inquiring Minds - science and politics. Sometimes about AI and software but always something to think about.
The Bike Shed - nominally about Ruby, but a lot about architecture, project management, open source and leadership

 

Great overall tech/security podcast: twit.tv/shows/security-now

It is the main way I keep up with security news.

 

We've just launched a podcast where we talk to software devs about what technologies they're currently excited about and the tools they're building. I hope you'll enjoy it → Semaphore Uncut.

 

I really enjoy listening to these one.

  • SyntaxFm
  • ToolsDay
  • Freecodecamp Podcast
 
 

There are so many good ones out there below are the ones I love.

I have subscribed to so many so I will just shameless link the rest 😛

 
  • Akimbo by Seth Godin
  • Complete Developer Podcast
  • Developer Tea
  • Hidden Brain
  • Master of Scale with Reid Hoffman
  • Programming Throwdown
  • Software Engineering Daily
  • The Jordan Harbinger Show
 

I will resonate some of the podcast mentioned already...

*.Syntax.fm
*.Talk python to me
*.CodeNewbie
*.Soft Skills Engineering
*.sCD - Second Career Devs
*.Learn to CODE with Me

 
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