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Best Programming podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Programming podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Software Engineering Radio is a podcast targeted at the professional software developer. The goal is to be a lasting educational resource, not a newscast. SE Radio covers all topics software engineering. Episodes are either tutorials on a specific topic, or an interview with a well-known character from the software engineering world. All SE Radio episodes are original content — we do not record conferences or talks given in other venues. Each episode comprises two speakers to ensure a lively ...
 
The Stack Overflow podcast is a weekly conversation about working in software development, learning to code, and the art and culture of computer programming. Hosted by Sara Chipps, Paul Ford, and Ben Popper, the series will feature questions from our community, interviews with fascinating guests, and hot takes on what’s happening in tech. About Stack Overflow Founded in 2008, Stack Overflow is the largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share their knowledge, and buil ...
 
Software engineers, architects and team leads have found inspiration to drive change and innovation in their team by listening to the weekly InfoQ Podcast. They have received essential information that helped them validate their software development map. We have achieved that by interviewing some of the top CTOs, engineers and technology directors from companies like Uber, Netflix and more. Over 1,200,000 downloads in the last 3 years.
 
We're Emma Bostian, Kelly Vaughn, and Ali Spittel - three seasoned software developers working in different sectors. Since there's a major lack of technical podcasts out there, we've decided to start one. Just kidding -- there's already a ton! But, we wanted to add our voices to the space and share our experiences and advice. We'll have great discussions around how to start coding, the hot technologies right now, how to get your first developer job, and more!
 
John Sonmez wants to help you become more successful, make more money, deal with difficult coworkers and be so productive everyone thinks you must be abusing a prescription for Ritalin. Listen in every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, as Simple Programmer founder, John Sonmez, answers questions, interviews guests and shares everything he knows to help you become a top performing software developer. The Simple Programmer Podcast is a short podcast that is a mix of career advice, philosophy and s ...
 
Test & Code is a weekly podcast hosted by Brian Okken. The show covers a wide array of topics including software engineering, development, testing, Python programming, and many related topics. When we get into the implementation specifics, that's usually Python, such as Python packaging, tox, pytest, and unittest. However, well over half of the topics are language agnostic, such as data science, DevOps, TDD, public speaking, mentoring, feature testing, NoSQL databases, end to end testing, au ...
 
Hear experts explain computer science and programming concepts. CoRecursive is a high quality, concise, and beloved software engineering interview podcast. Learn about programming languages, coding career advice and interviews about open source community tech news. Host Adam Gordon Bell brings in experts to talk about type theory, web development, learning to code, dev ops and much more. Some episodes touch on the topics of cloud development, machine learning and big data. Adam, the host is ...
 
Test Talks is a weekly podcast hosted by Joe Colantonio, which geeks out on all things software test automation. TestTalks covers news found in the testing space, reviews books about automation and speaks with some of the thought leaders in the test automation field. We’ll aim to interview some of today’s most successful and inspiring software engineers and test automation thought leaders.
 
Hosted by Kai Ryssdal, our leading business news radio program and podcast is about providing context on the economic news of the day. Through stories, conversations and newsworthy developments, we help listeners understand the economic world around them. Marketplace makes sense of the economy for everyone, no econ degree or finance background required. Marketplace doesn’t just report on the numbers, we take it deeper, adding context to what’s happening in the stock market and how macroecono ...
 
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This week our guest is Dr. Helma van der Linden from the Netherlands here to talk about how she created the Taming the Terminal book using all Open Source software. On the NosillaCast I talked a lot about the book but I should probably give an explanation for the Chit Chat audience. Bart Busschots and I created the Taming the Terminal podcast and f…
 
Is there any more fitting end to a day of working from home, deep into months of a fully remote world, than using your smartphone to finish up a little Python code with your head resting on your pillow? Paul has no regrets. If you look at that big, bright, shiny computer monitor late at night, you'll never fall asleep. Sara helps us trace the origi…
 
Today Richard Feldman shares his story of going from javascript developer to elm developer to functional programming teacher. Along the way, Richard finds that people are teaching functional programming wrong. We are teaching it in a way that misses how most industrial software developers learn best. In this episode, Richard Feldman delves into Elm…
 
We're in the midst of an eviction crisis in the danger of getting much, much worse. Shanti Singh of Tenants Together is on to talk about what is getting done, and what can be done to stop this. (We agree not to go at each other's throats about land-use for an entire show!) Talk about local-level, state-level, and federal-level interventions; talk a…
 
Vladimir Khorikov discusses functional programming in enterprise applications with Jeremy Jung. They cover immutability, the downsides of exceptions and null values, the difference between value objects and entities, refactoring existing projects, and how creating a mutable core with an immutable shell can help you create easier to understand appli…
 
One of the consequences of structural racism in the U.S. economy is the persistent gap between Black and white homeownership. Black Women Build is working to change that. The group is converting some of Baltimore’s 16,000 abandoned buildings into a community, working with Black women to refurbish the homes and then selling the homes to them at affo…
 
When it comes to identifying fake news online, there's evidence that high school students have trouble distinguishing fact from fiction. That's where the Mediawise Teen Fact-Checking Network comes in. We talk to a teen fact-checker and TFCN head Alexa Volland about the work they're doing. Also, a teacher in Houston joins us to discuss her Facebook …
 
The Lebanese government steps down as violent protests rock the country. With the economy and food security now at breaking point, Christiane Amanpour speaks to Ghassan Hasbani, former Lebanese Deputy Prime Minister, about last week’s devastating explosion, and where the responsibility lies. Then, the arrest of media tycoon Jimmy Lai marks the most…
 
We’re back on SOLID ground. Today we explore the ‘I’ in SOLID, A.K.A the interface segregation principle or ISP. After debating how inappropriately the principle is named, we dive into what it means, that “no client should be forced to depend on methods it does not use.” We drill even further into what this means by using the metaphor of a Swiss Ar…
 
The 10x Coder is often positioned as a mythical developer who can always save the day. Saron and Clive investigate how much of that myth is grounded in truth. Greg Sadetsky argues that coding is much like professional sports—some athletes are bound to be much better than those starting out. Brianna Wu and Bonnie Eisenman pick apart the myth by shar…
 
You can read our story on Rachel and the work she is doing with the React community here. Nabors' is the author of Animation at Work, which you can find on A Book Apart. If you want to get a feel for an animated web project Rachel worked on, check out DevToolsChallenger, an interactive site she helped create for Mozilla. Nabors has digitized a lot …
 
President Donald Trump ordered a payroll tax deferral on Aug. 8, but it only applies to workers who make a certain amount of money, and it’s going to be really complicated for employers. And it’s unclear how payment would work after the deferral period ends in January. Plus: What the consumer price index means for your wallet, how airports are suff…
 
Christiane Amanpour speaks exclusively with Khalid Aljabri, son of a former Saudi intelligence official who claims Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman sent an assassination squad after him in 2018. To unpack this, Mark Mazzetti, New York Times investigative correspondent, weighs in. He explains the significance of the AlJabri's family allegations agai…
 
Author J. Courtney Sullivan's new novel explores the intense but often ephemeral relationship between a babysitter and her employer. She joins us to discuss "Friends and Strangers." And, birthrates in the U.S. are at a 35-year low, according to the CDC. Professor Christine Whelan explains why and how the pandemic could impact birthrates in the near…
 
Chris Newman quit his software job to pursue farming in Virginia. We talk to him about his farming ethos, which draws on his ancestral heritage as a Piscataway tribe member. Also, after writing a historical memoir about his family's participation in the slave trade, Edward Ball decided to bring his Black and white descendants together to apologize.…
 
In this episode, Dave and Jamison answer these questions: Questions Hey, long time fan of the show! Our current CTO came in as the result of a merger. For most of his life, he was a solo developer and owned his own company. The struggles we are facing now are: He is not responsive at all, neither via chat, nor email, nor any other communication too…
 
The latest Network Break podcast examines Cisco's acquisition of Modcam for video analytics, discusses how the Mirai botnet takes advantage of vulnerable F5 load balancers, reviews financial results from Extreme and Arista, and tackles even more IT news. The post Network Break 296: Cisco Acquires Video Analytics Company; F5 Gear Targeted By Botnet …
 
Dwight is an industry luminary focused on Artificial Intelligence, Computer Vision, Machine Learning, Augmented and Mixed Reality, IOT, and Emerging User Experiences. He is the Chief Algorithm Officer of Thoth Speed Engineers, Senior Adviser to NEDD Tech Inc. as well as an Application Delivery Manager at JM Family Enterprises. Links https://twitter…
 
In this podcast, Ana Medina, senior chaos engineer at Gremlin, sat down with InfoQ podcast co-host Daniel Bryant. Topics discussed included: how enterprise organisations are adopting chaos engineering with the requirements for guardrails and the need for “status checks” to ensure pre-experiment system health; how to run game days or IT fire drills …
 
Web performance continues to be an input factor to prioritize when building web applications. In this episode, we speak with Google engineers, Kristofer Baxtor, and Jason Miller about the latest best practices in web performance.Guests:Kristofer Baxter - @kristoferbaxterJason Miller - @_developitPanelists:Ryan Burgess - @burgessdryanBrian Holt - @h…
 
In this episode, we talk about getting into open source, with Janessa Tran, junior software engineer at Ten Forward Consulting. Janessa talks about being one of a triplet of coders, how contributing to open source early on helped her to level up her dev skills, and what you should look for as a beginner when choosing what open source projects to wo…
 
Have you tried Cypress.io yet? In this episode Marie, a principal test automation engineer at News UK and Cypress Ambassador will share her reason for selecting Cypress as one of her main testing tools. Discover the benefits of using Cypress, as well as Marie’s QA strategy for selecting and using tools for UI Automation, Visual Validation, Accessib…
 
We got a decent, not great, jobs report to kick off the weekend. The U.S. economy added 1.8 million jobs last month, and the unemployment rate fell to 10.2%. But jobs aren’t coming back equally. We’ll tell you what you need to know and break down the week with our expert panelists. Plus: the latest on President Trump’s potential ban on Chinese apps…
 
75 years after the nuclear bombs fell on Hiroshima and Nagaski, survivor Setsuko Thurlow, still struggles with the memories of death and destruction. She joins Christiane Amanpour to reflect on that horrifying day that inspired her to dedicate her life to campaigning for nuclear disarmament, which earned her a Nobel Peace prize. Stuart Stevens, for…
 
pytest 6 is out. Specifically, 6.0.1, as of July 31. And there's lots to be excited about. Anthony Sottile joins the show to discuss features, improvements, documentation updates and more. Full release notes / changelog Some of what we talk about: How to update (at least, how I do it) Run your test suites with 5.4.3 or whatever the last version you…
 
A judge in Zimbabwe ruled again not to release investigative journalist Hopewell Chin'ono from prison. Jason Rezaian of the Washington Post, who was held in Iran, says no other modern event has done as much to destroy press freedom as COVID-19 has. We speak with Rezaian. Also, Puerto Rico may have a different history than the continental U.S., but …
 
Cori Bush defeated longtime incumbent Rep. William Lacy Clay in a primary race in Missouri this week. Bush talks about how the death of George Floyd galvanized voters in St. Louis to give her a chance. Also, Sunday marks 25 years from the death of the Grateful Dead's leader, Jerry Garcia. Colorado Public Radio's Vic Vela looks at his legacy and why…
 
Today's episode assembles the Packet Pushers to wrangle over a grab bag of ideas including the evolution from SD-WAN to SD-Branch, new compression standards to preserve Internet bandwidth, and the pros and cons of BGP over QUIC. The post Heavy Networking 533: Packet Pushers Roundtable – SD-Branch, BGP Over QUIC, Bandwidth Avoidance appeared first o…
 
Show notes: Links: Kathy SierraSeinfield – Vandalay IndustriesMinnesota FatsLemonade StandPhrack Honeybadger Developer Blog Full Transcript: Starr: We are on uncharted ground. We usually record on Fridays, but I was out on Friday, so we're recording on a Monday now. We just had our all hands meeting. I had a meeting before that, which means this is…
 
It’s August. Which usually means college students are heading back for the fall semester. But this year, back-to-school tailgates and freshman orientation look a little different. Think: hand sanitizer relay races. We’ll break down how some of the biggest campuses in the country are planning to open safely. And what the concerns are from some facul…
 
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