Programmers love podcasts. Whether you're driving, going for a walk, or working, it's nice to hear from other folks who love to code and want to get better at it. Here's a list of podcasts for devs.
Aaron Francis and Andrew Culver compare notes on their experiences as developers in the Laravel and Ruby on Rails ecosystems.
Visit their website here: frameworkfriends.com
A rag-tag group of developers from Netlify chat about the web and all the things that get wrapped up in it.
Visit their website: remotelyinteresting.transistor.fm
A comedy podcast masquerading as a show about programming.
Visit their website: noplanstomerge.com
Remote Ruby is a podcast is for developers who enjoy talking about web development and the Ruby programming language. Hosted by Chris Oliver, Jason Charnes, and Andrew Mason.
Visit their website here: remoteruby.transistor.fm
The Technium is a weekly podcast discussing the edge of technology and what we can build with it. Each week, Sri and Wil introduce a big idea in the future of computing and extrapolate the effect it will have on the world. Visit their website.
Hosted by Adam Wathan, this is a podcast for developers interested in building great software products.
Visit his website here: fullstackradio.com
Jacob Bennett and Michael Dyrynda live on opposite sides of the world, but they don't let a 14.5-hour time difference stop them! In each episode they share their journey of building their own software product.
Visit their website: northmeetssouth.audio
Inspiring interviews with successful self-taught and bootcamp developers.
Visit their website: nocsdegree.com
Conversations about the emerging world of Fullstack Jamstack applications. Anthony Campolo and Christopher Burns explore the development practices of the frameworks, libraries, and services enabling this new paradigm.
Visit their website: fsjam.org
A podcast (in Swedish) by two female software developers: Madde and Sofia.
Visit their website: developerspodcast.com
The BaseCode Podcast is a collection of mini-series discussions between Jason McCreary and Jess Archer on practices for writing less complex, more readable code, testing, and building products.
Visit their website: basecodefieldguide.com/podcast/
A no-nonsense podcast about API design & development, new features in the world of HTTP, service-orientated architecture, microservices, and probably bikes.
Visit their website: apisyouwonthate.com/podcast
Taylor Otwell is the creator of Laravel, one of the most popular programming frameworks in the world. On his podcast, Taylor gives regular behind-the-scenes updates on what's happening in the Laravel ecosystem.
Visit his website: blog.laravel.com/snippets
A Ruby podcast focused on what’s happening in the Ruby development community.
Visit their website: rubyblend.transistor.fm
A newbie coder and a seasoned veteran discuss the questions that always come up when someone begins learning to code.
Visit their website: aquestionofcode.com
An interview podcast discussing mental health in software development, with your host, James Brooks.
Visit his website: happydev.fm
Bret Fisher covers Docker and container tools like Kubernetes, Swarm, Cloud Native development, Cloud tech, DevOps, GitOps, DevSecOps, and the full software lifecycle supply chain.
Visit his website: podcast.bretfisher.com
A podcast about developer career paths hosted by Jacob Herrington.
Visit their website: www.devpath.fm
Syntax.fm – a podcast for web developers by Wes Bos and Scott Tolinski