If you are just getting started or already work in the IT sphere, you most probably already have a list of your favorite related podcasts. If you don’t, you are missing out! And as a web development company, we can’t let that happen. So that you don’t have to dig through a huge amount of options out there, we have done the job for you. We shortcutted this list to the best programming podcasts you will most likely enjoy listening to for learning, entertainment, and inspiration.
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It’s one of the best coding podcasts that is famous among web developers as a great way of enlarging the knowledge base in programming. It will be equally interesting for both beginners and experienced developers. Now, the platform has a series of episodes called The Pragmatic Programmer, which is focused more on thinking than on coding itself. If you are looking for an investment in your knowledge portfolio, this podcast is for you.
This podcast is a combination of everything! It’s about development, particular tools, and design. Step in now because the podcast is already close to 400 episodes, one hour each. But you won’t regret spending your time on it. You will find out more about CSS, design, customer experience, and more. Besides, the hosts arrange “rapid fire” episodes where you will be able to ask questions. Our iOS developer Sergey loved listening to it when working on our SpamHound app.
This one is great for beginners who want to learn cs fundamentals. The episodes are basically computer science lessons produced by CodeNewbie.
For those who are looking for more tech podcasts…
This podcast is for those who are in search for some great podcasts on Laravel, Vue, and Web Design. Each episode is a discussion of various topics from design to testing. If you are looking for an all-in-one full stack tech podcast, this one’s for you.
This one is recommended by our Python developer Andrey. The name of the show speaks for itself. This one is all about Python and a variety of Python-related topics like AngularJS or DevOps. The episodes are basically 45 minutes long conversations of the host Michael Kennedy with industry experts.
This front end podcast is basically the weekly news on tools and libraries that appeared in the web development world most recently. If you are a web developer and want to stay on track, don’t pass by this one. Besides, it’s one of the favorites of our front-end developer Yaroslav who has created front-end from the ground-up for Quandoo project.
This one covers the JS ecosystem, web applications, jQuery, frameworks, libraries, and the latest technologies. Thanks to the experience of running online courses, the hosts have no issues with breaking down topics of various complexity, explaining and giving examples based on their experiences. The episodes are one hour long and incredibly entertaining releases you can enjoy every week.
This podcast by Changelog is a must-hear if you want to know everything that is related to React ecosystem. Besides, the host manages to get some impressive guests on the show. Check it out!
For those who are looking for more developer life/career podcasts…
This one is focused on the theory rather than coding. It may help you learn about gratitude, productivity, and cognitive bias. The episodes are usually 10 minutes long, but it’s enough for the host to give some insights, ideas, and quality resources on different issues related to a programmer’s career development. Our team lead Dmitry enjoys listening to it for inspiration while having his morning coffee.
Each episode of this podcast is a conversation with a highly experienced and skillful software engineer that is meant to give you an honest insight into the career paths of a developer. Of course, the most valuable part of those episodes is the advice the guests give to the beginners that are listening.
This podcast is another insight into the developer’s life. It’s great for those who want to get into the web development world and are eager to find out how it will influence their life.
What are your favorite podcasts? Share in the comments!