Podcasts

I admit it: I’m a podcast junkie! When running, commuting, walking, whatever: my iPod Nano (2nd generation) is with me practically everywhere.

Here’s some podcasts that I follow. Most of them are followed by recommended episodes. Enjoy!

Hanselminutes
What is Done? – A Conversation with Scrum Co-Creator Ken Schwaber
Lean Software Development with Tom and Mary Poppendieck
Quetzal Bradley on Testing after Unit Tests

Software Engineering Radio
Simon Peyton Jones on Functional Programming and Haskell
Retrospectives with Linda Rising (This almost made me cry, seriously!)
The New Guardian.co.uk website with Matt Wall and Erik DoernenBurg

Deep Fried Bytes
Talking Domain-Driven Design with David Laribee – Part 1
Talking Domain-Driven Design with David Laribee – Part 2

Pragmatic Podcasts
Andy Hunt on Pragmatic Wetware
Dave Thomas on Pragmatic Publishing

ThoughtWorks – IT Matters Podcast
– Domain Specific Languages – Part 1 of 2 (no permalink)
– Domain Specific Languages – Part 2 of 2 (no permalink)

Alt.NET podcast
– (Listen to all episodes..)

Lean Agile Straight Talk
Overcoming Impediments to Test-Driven Development
Test-Driven Development and Design Patterns

MSDN Radio (In Swedish. The homepage is not up to date. Dag König’s blog links to more episodes.)
Magnus Mårtensson, Dotway

Agile Toolkit Podcast
Ruby Dave
Smalltalk Dave

.NET Rocks!
Jon Harrop Makes Us F#
James Kovacs Inverts our Control
XML Literals Panel from TechEd 2008

OnSoftware (Video, so this I watch at the computer)
F#

Also, Channel 9 has great video content!
Brian Beckman: Don’t Fear the Monads
Anders Hejlsberg, Herb Sutter, Erik Meijer, Brian Beckman: Software Composability and the Future of Programming Languages
Brian Beckman: Monads, Monoids, and Mort

About gustafnk

Developer at Jayway, REST/Hypermedia, AWD, Software apprentice, Dvorak user, Christian atheist, Zizek fan. I'm on twitter: @gustaf_nk
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One Response to Podcasts

  1. ol says:

    That's a nice list. Thanks!I really enjoyed .NET Rocks – Jonathan Zuck on the Politics of OOXML (http://www.dotnetrocks.com/default.aspx?ShowNum=335).A bit of topic, but great anyway:Linux Outlaws (http://www.linuxoutlaws.com/)The Linux Action Show (http://www.linuxactionshow.com/)The Rough Lynx & Blenda Show (http://lynxblenda.podomatic.com/)

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