I still love Podcasts. I find them still entertaining, educational, thought-provoking, and easy to consume, regardless of time and place.
I composed an exhaustive list of 27 different Podcasts which I liked a lot on September 2016. Now it is good time to revisit that list, and see how my favourites' list has evolved. Each podcast is shortly described in their own words and categorized by me [since we all like order, right]. Here we go then, again:
Python Bytes is a weekly podcast hosted by Michael Kennedy and Brian Okken. Python Bytes podcast delivers headlines directly to your earbuds. If you want to stay up on the Python developer news but don't have time to scour reddit, twitter, and other news sources, just subscribe and you'll get the best picks delivered weekly. link
Python conversations for passionate developers link
Python and the people who make it great link
Technical interviews about software topics. link
Listen and learn about voice design best practices, smart home, and how to build Alexa skills Alexa Dev Chat Podcast
Jeff Barr & Simon Elisha discuss various aspects of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) offering. Each podcast include AWS news, tech tips, and interviews with startups, AWS partners, and AWS employees. link
Aaron Delp and Brian Gracely host this award-winning weekly podcast to discuss the technology and organizational changes that are driving the convergence of today's Data Centers. link
Toolsday is a 20-ish-minute podcast about the latest in tech tools, tips, and tricks on Tuesdays at 2! (Our alliteration game is so strong). The podcast is brought to you by Chris Dhanaraj and Una Kravets.
Information for Software Developers and Architects link
A new Programming Language every show! link
Codebreaker, by Marketplace and Tech Insider
Developer On Fire with Dave Rael is an interview podcast with inspiring and successful software professionals telling personal stories about their experiences with delivering value. It is a chance for you to get to know your favorite geeks and learn more
A podcast featuring a panel of Software Engineers from Netflix, Evernote & LinkedIn talking over drinks about all things Front End development. link
The show about modern data infrastructure link
Partially Derivative is a podcast about data science in the world around us. Episodes are a mix of explorations into the techniques used in data science and discussions with the field's leading experts. link
We chat about fractional dimensions, and what the actual heck those are. link
Not So Standard Deviations: The Data Science Podcast Roger Peng and Hilary Parker talk about the latest in data science and data analysis in academia and industry. Co-hosts: Roger Peng of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and Hilary Parker of Stitch Fix. iTunes link
A podcast on data and how it affects our lives — with Enrico Bertini and Moritz Stefaner link
Big data and data science interviews, insight, and analysis. link
The Raw Data podcast opens a conversation about how big data and networked technologies are changing communities, the economy, politics and human behavior.
Human conversation about machine learning link
Boss Level is a podcast on people and organizations aiming for the boss level.
The a16z Podcast discusses trends, news, and the …
The central theme of You Are Not So Smart is that you are unaware of how unaware you are. There is an old-and-still-growing body of research across several disciplines with findings that suggest you have little idea why you act or think the way you do.
That's it, the list of my favourite podcasts updated for May of 2017. The list ended up including 25 different podcasts. As before, it does not contain all the podcasts I listen to, only the ones I enjoy the most.
And finally, my Podcast player of choice still is the brilliant Overcast.