Stuff I read and listen to (that are technical or tech-adjacent).
Separating these by (very generally) more topical podcasts vs interview-based.
- Base.CS: Beginner-friendly computer science lessons hosted by Vaidehi Joshi and @Saron Yitbarek. Produced by @CodeNewbies. Based on Vaidehi's awesome written basecs series.
- Front End Happy Hour: A podcast featuring panelists of engineers from (mostly giant companies like Netflix) talking over drinks about all things Front End development.
- Reply All: This is kind of cheating but it's my favorite podcast, hosted by PJ Vogt and Alex Goldman.
- Strong Feelings: A weekly podcast about work, friendship, and feminism from Katel LeDu & Sara Wachter-Boettcher.
- CodeNewbie: Stories from people on their coding journey. Hosted by Saron Yitbarek.
- The React Podcast: Conversations around the React ecosystem. Hosted by Chantastic.
- Shop Talk Show: A live podcast with Chris Coyier and Dave Rupert about front end web design, development, and UX.
- The Undefined: An engineering podcast from Jared Palmer and Ken Wheeler. Liberal cursing.
- Software Engineering Daily: Technical interviews about software topics. This is all over the map, by design, and tons of content. I tend to pick and choose.
- Second Career Devs: Interviews with folks who transitioned into software engineering from a different career. Hosted by Kyle Shevlin.
- a11y rules: Conversations with folks centered around web accessibility. Hosted by Nicolas Steenhout.
Want to start keeping track of "hall of fame" articles I think are important, canonical, and want to periodically revisit.