I listen to a few podcasts and get a few questions what I listen to, so here is the list.
Good compact content, mostly development related with it’s base in the Microsoft world. But there is some content on other technology stacks to. Some stray off shows but I like that. Awesome production quality.
As the name eludes to its mostly focused at the .NET realm. Good professional hosts and a bit of humor as well. Bi-weekly.
A bunch of really smart ruby guys drills into a topic. One of my favorite podcasts at the moment. Subjects are not only about ruby, there has been shows on pair-programming, developer environments and more. Sometimes the de-rail themselves pretty far of the track but that usually also provides useful information. Good humor to.
The ruby show is a very ruby focused show that once a week (mostly) goes through what happened in the ruby world the last week (which is amazingly much). I see it as a link-dump with a little context around each link.
About distributed teams and how to make it work.
Also a few guys dissecting a subject. Mostly Microsoft focused but handles some other topics to. Pretty good but not one of my topmost favorites.
A interview – interviewee type of show. Trying this out, so far I think it’s so so. Think its getting booted from my subscriptions soon.
What’s new in open source… Used to be good but I think it hasn’t delivered lately.
Awesome! Nuf said!
Yet Anoter Podcast with Jessie Librety. Short episodes and mostly interesting guests.
Discussion with guests on (mostly) Microsoft development topics. Not awesome, but it holds it own.
The hidden side about everything. Love these guys. They twist and turn a subject from an economists perspective and dive into statistics and more. Might sound dull but it definitely isn’t!
The best SharePoint podcast out there in my opinion.
Very good podcast, more on the admin side of things.
I also listen to some stuff in swedish
Filip och Fredriks podcast
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