11 more podcasts for web developers- 2 mins
Following on from my previous post of podcasts, here’s 11 more shows for web developers.
Big Web Show
The Big Web Show, hosted by Jeffrey Zeldman, is an award-winning podcast from the 5 by 5 network. It features special guests and topics like web publishing, art direction, content strategy, typography, web technology, and more. With Zeldman being influential in the webs initial (and ongoing) standards push, you can expect to find strong opinions galore.
The Changelog Podcast, another from the 5 by 5 stable, is all about the goings on in the world of open source. Covering exciting new projects and important developments, this is the show for you if you use open source software day-to-day.
Adventures in Angular
Ruby on Rails Podcast
A weekly conversation about Ruby on Rails, Ember.js, open source software, and the programming profession.
The Web Ahead
The Web Ahead is a deep dive into the world of web. Jen Simmons and guests give a great overview of individual web technologies and ideas, discussing their real world implications. The show is very user focused, as web development should be.
A Weekly discussion by freelancers and professionals about running a business, finding clients, marketing, and lifestyle.
The Art of Value
If you are into value pricing your software development, this is the show for you. Kirk Bowman chats with guests who have successfully switched to a value priced structure, sharing lessons learned along the way.
Reply All is a leaf that blows gently in the wind on a warm summer’s day. Check it out.
Tim Ferriss Show
If you’ve not heard of Tim Ferriss, where have you been? The Author of the ‘Four Hour Work Week‘ interviews some of the planet’s best and brightest, in search of commonalities between them. Whilst the host sometimes comes off as a bit of an ass, the content is….. generally…… extremely interesting.
Sampler is another Gimlet show which dives into the often wacky world of podcasting. They scour the four corners of the internet in search of those unknown shows, giving you the cream of the crop.
A short show about the hidden aspect of human interaction and the social sciences in general.