The Indie Hackers Podcast
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Web Rush Podcast
The Bike Shed Podcast
PodRocket covers everything you need to know about frontend web development on a weekly basis. Join LogRocket cofounder Ben Edelstein, the LogRocket engineering team, and more, as they interview experienced developers about all the libraries, frameworks, and tech industry issues they deal with every day.
A show all about the Jamstack, a new way to build fast and secure apps or websites.
HTTP 203 Podcast
Surma and Jake talk about whatever's going on in the world of web development. Discussing philosophies of web development, life hacks, lessons and some honest truths.
Feel like you’re hitting a wall with your existing software projects? You're not alone. On the Maintainable software podcast, we speak with seasoned practitioners who have worked past the problems often associated with technical debt and legacy code. In each episode, our guests will share stories and outline tangible, real-world approaches to software challenges. In turn, you'll uncover new ways of thinking about how to improve your software project's maintainability.
The Stack Overflow podcast is a frank and funny conversation about what it means to work in software and how code is reshaping our world. As it celebrates its 12th anniversary, it’s a must-listen for any programmer, as necessary as Stack Overflow itself.
The Changelog podcast is the software world's weekly news brief (Mondays), deep technical interviews (Wednesdays) and our coming soon talk show (Fridays) that's like putting your favorite conference hallway track on repeat.
The Undefined Podcast
The only engineering podcast with a 2 drink minimum. Hosted by Jared Palmer and Ken Wheeler.
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The ReadME Podcast
On The ReadME Podcast, we take a look behind the scenes of the most impactful open source projects and the developers who make them happen. Our guests are coding in public, creating firmware, designing hardware, researching security vulnerabilities, creating art and music, and making phenomenal scientific discoveries. They’re also working on the periphery of open source, taking time to consider how we think about technology. In sharing these stories, we hope to provide a spotlight on what you don’t always see in the lines of code, and what it takes to build the technology that inspires us all.
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