DevOps is a challenging and complex field, requiring professionals to constantly seek knowledge and acquire new skills and techniques to improve their productivity and effectiveness. Fortunately, software engineers are great at compartmentalization and multitasking, which is where these DevOps podcasts come in. We’ve assembled a list of 50 of the best DevOps podcasts that both educate and entertain, provide tips and insights to make you a better software engineer, keep you up-to-date on industry news and innovations, and expand your knowledge of the vast DevOps ecosystem. This list is all about learning from your peers as well as the thought leaders in the industry who have been there and done that.
Success in the DevOps world demands that professionals constantly seek out new skills and expertise, but arming yourself with the right tools also plays a big role in DevOps success. The Threat Stack Cloud Security Platform®, for instance, integrates with your AWS account easily to provide deep visibility across your entire infrastructure, and it can be managed in your tool of choice, such as your SIEM or orchestration platform. By listening to leading DevOps podcasts like those featured in this list, you’ll learn how to choose the right tools that integrate well with your existing toolkit to support — rather than disrupt — your DevOps workflows.
Whether you’re just starting your DevOps journey or you’re a seasoned pro, everybody can use practical and actionable insights. Much like being a DevOps professional, things don’t always fit into neat categories, so many of the podcasts we’ve chosen cross the boundaries of the technical, personal, professional, and at times, humorous. But whether you’re in search of an easy way to stay abreast of industry news or an informative podcast to help you expand your skillset during your daily commute, we’ve divided our list of 50 podcasts into seven categories to make it easier to find the type of DevOps podcast you’re looking for:
- Independent Podcasts
- Dev Life, Culture, and Business Podcasts
- DevOps Podcasts From Companies, Publications, and Organizations
- All Technical Talk Podcasts
- DevOps Education Podcasts
- Technical News-Oriented Podcasts
- Product-Oriented DevOps Podcasts
When you’ve had a chance to scan the list, be sure to check out these resources as well:
- 50 Best Cloud Security Podcasts
- 50 Essential Cloud Security Blogs for IT Professionals and Cloud Enthusiasts
- Your System Called — Threat Stack’s very own podcast
1. Independent Podcasts
This is a podcast hosted by a group of IT and DevOps professionals holding various positions with different companies. They interview developers and engineers from some of the biggest companies in IT about all aspects of the state of DevOps, best practices, team dynamics, operations, and much more.
Three Episodes We Like From Arrested DevOps:
- Catching Up With Steven Murawski
- Principal Engineering With Silvia Botros
- Making DevOps Magic With Arup Chakrabarti
This almost weekly podcast from three developers and engineers is the perfect blend of irreverence, quirkiness, and serious tech and DevOps topics focused on the world of enterprise software. The chemistry between the three hosts ups the entertainment value while their knowledge and insights deliver some important perspectives on the developer, infrastructure, tech, and software worlds for anyone involved.
Three Episodes We Like From Software Defined Talk:
- Episode 179: I don’t know if it has a pickle plugin
- Episode 177: “It’s going to be just as fast as Google Fiber”
- Episode 174: The multi-hybrid Kubernetes cloud control plan, just in time for MOM!
This is a spinoff of the Software Defined Talk podcast with the same hosts, featuring interviews with some of the DevOps world’s major players including leaders from Chef and Google, among others. There’s also a healthy dose of people from the startup and venture capitalist realm.
Topics range from version control, AI ops, agile, and Kubernetes to GDPR DevOps connections, finance, tech predictions, and much more.
Three Episodes We Like From Software Defined Interviews:
- Episode 81: Adam Jacob on saying Goodbye to OpenCore
- Episode 80: Jeff Meyerson on starting the Software Engineering Daily Podcast
- Episode 79: Version control, DevOps, Code Reviews, Semantic Merging, Spanish Startups, & Plastic SCM
This podcast from a software engineer and collaboration entrepreneur focuses on providing technical software topics that are up to date and informative for a broad DevOps and software engineering audience. His approach is to interview a wide variety of people from both major companies and startups in the tech world who provide insights on all aspects of software development that can be of benefit to everyone from the novice engineer to the seasoned veteran.
Three Episodes We Like From Software Engineering Daily:
- Monolithic Repositories with Ciera Jaspan
- Kubernetes Virtualization with Paul Czarkowski
- Facebook React with Dan Abramov
The host of this podcast is a fellow developer and provides listeners with insights on what he’s learned as well as insights from the creators of popular DevOps tools, conference organizers, authors, and public speakers in the DevOps space. There are plenty of informative interviews with thought leaders from the engineering and DevOps world. While not associated with the podcast, the host is editor and industry analyst at Monitoring Weekly and author of O’Reilly’s Practical Monitoring.
Three Episodes We Like From Real World DevOps:
- InfoSec For DevOps Engineers with Kelly Shortridge
- Understanding Observability (and Monitoring) with Christine Yen
- DevOps is Dead with James Turnbull
The Web Platform Podcast focuses on web application development and features four members of the web development community. They individually and collectively interview members of the broader developer community on all aspects of web app development.
Three Episodes We Like From The Web Platform:
- 189: Developing with VSCode
- 188: You Don’t Know JS?
- 183: Web Standards, DevTools, and Browser Preview for Visual Studio Code
This podcast delves into all things related to the cloud and application development. It features interviews from heavy hitters and regular developers interfacing with the cloud as they discuss the latest possibilities, challenges, and innovations in app development using cloud platforms in various ways.
Three Episodes We Like From The Cloud Cast:
- Focusing Apps Only On Business
- Simplifying Application Development and Integration
- Understanding Time-Series Database Patterns
Seasoned developer Scott Hansel describes his podcast as “Fresh Air” for developers. It’s a commute-time show in which Scott interviews industry movers and shakers, such as Michio Kaku, Paul Lutus, Ward Cunningham, and Kimberly Bryant, covering everything from technical and career topics to personal anecdotes.
Three Episodes We Like From The Hanselminutes Podcast:
- Solving real problems with software and the Human Utility with Tiffani Ashley Bell
- Test Automation University with Applitools’ Angie Jones
- Real Software Engineering with Glenn Vanderburg
Floss weekly is a UK-based video and audio podcast that delves into developer education via a variety of guests who contribute to open source projects. Beyond providing knowledge on open source projects, DevOps, and programming, the underlying goal is to help developers become better communicators — the idea being that the better a programmer/developer can explain what they are doing to others, the better the final product.
Three Episodes We Like From Floss Weekly:
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2. Dev Life, Culture, and Business Podcasts
Greater Than Code features an ongoing panel of diverse tech panelists who look at the world of tech and DevOps from both a technology and human perspective. Topics include imposter syndrome, mental illness, sexuality, unconscious bias, and social justice. The primary emphasis on tech includes perspectives on skillsets that tech too often devalues, like team-building, hiring, community organizing, mentorship, and empathy. The show features a range of engineers and developers, primarily comprising a diverse group of women holding various roles with well-known and innovative companies.
Three Episodes We Like From Greater Than Code:
- 131: Poo-Covered Rocks with Cat Swetel
- 130: Acceptance is the First Step with Britni Alexander
- 129: Bringing The Fun with Lori Olson
This is another podcast aimed at those starting their path to become a developer, featuring interviews with established developers from all walks of life. They tell their stories of career transition, touch on things to learn, and provide career advice for others. The podcast guests run the gamut from developers who are mothers raising kids to chief developers for some of the largest companies on the planet.
Three Episodes We Like From The CodeNewbie Podcast:
- Can you do open source full-time? Bryan Liles (Sr. Eng. VMWare) Jessie Frazelle (Eng. GitHub)
- Moms who code with Bekah Hawrot Weigel
- What’s it like to be a coding apprentice? With Kasey Oglesby Chris Bay
The Developer on Fire podcast focuses on the business and the people behind technology with an emphasis on helping developers on career, life, and business levels. Started by Dave Rael in 2015, Developer on Fire began as a way to step outside of his comfort zone and raise his profile. Developer on Fire focuses on highlighting the humanity of developers.
Three Episodes We Like From Developer on Fire:
- Episode 424 | Adam Gordon Bell – Collecting Solutions
- Episode 422 | Ted M. Young – Diving Deep
- Episode 418 | Edaqa Mortoray – Whole Humans Programming
This podcast asks all the questions that constantly rattle around a developer’s head but does it from the standpoint of the developer’s life. Plotting a course, finding meaning in life, overcoming challenges, dealing with criticism, and much more all take on a deeper meaning when focused on the life of the developer.
Three Episodes We Like From This Developer’s Life:
3. DevOps Podcasts From Companies, Publications, and Organizations
This offshoot from the broader TheNewStack publication focuses on developers, software engineers, and operations professionals who build at-scale architectures that change the way software is developed and deployed. The episodes are a deeper reflection of the online magazine where listeners can hear from engineering and DevOps leaders working with some of the biggest companies and projects today. The topics range from the purely technical to the human side of working and navigating the DevOps world.
Three Episodes We Like From TheNewStack Makers:
- A Conversation with the Co-Founder of WordPress on the Importance of Open Source
- Building the Woke Web: Accessibility and Social Justice in Software Development
- A Pivotal Craftsperson on Software Development Today
This podcast, sponsored by the Software Engineering Institute of Carnegie Mellon University, presents conversations in software engineering, cybersecurity, and future technologies. The SEI supports the DOD, private industry, and academia by providing research, prototyping, mission application, training, and education activities. The podcast reflects the organization’s shared knowledge and presents it to developers and engineers across industries and sectors.
Three Episodes We Like From SEI Podcast:
- Women in Software and Cybersecurity: Eileen Wrubel
- 10 Types of Application Security Testing Tools and How to Use Them
- Obsidian: A Safer Blockchain Programming Language
This podcast, sponsored by technology research and analyst firm Gigaom, is hosted by technology consultant Jon Collins. Collins hosts CXOs and IT leaders with a focus on how to scale DevOps in the real world as well as in the enterprise environment. Topics from these leaders range from things like Kubernetes, microservices and DevOps product releases, and security. Guests include the president of MongoDB and the director of engineering at Sauce Labs, among others.
Three Episodes We Like From Gigaom Voices in DevOps:
- Voices in DevOps – Episode 4: A Conversation with Steve George
- Voices in DevOps – Episode 3: A Conversation with Daniel Vincent
- Voices in DevOps – Episode 2: A Conversation With Seong Park
Nice Work is sponsored by Atlassian, featuring various experts from within the Atlassian ecosystem including technologists and business experts. Produced by ServiceRocket Media, the show focuses on innovative and collaborative work achieved using the Atlassian Suite.
Three Episodes We Like From Nice Works Podcast:
- 021 Dave Shanley Top Down Helps but Bottom Up Definitely Works
- 022 Peter Bell Schedule a Bi-Weekly Social Hour with Your Remote Team
- 028 Jacek Wizmur-Szymczak and Pawel Mazur Chat Finally Comes to Jira Service Desk
This offshoot of the HeavyBit Industries developer program for startups focuses on app and website development. The podcast delves into all aspects of DevOps, featuring discussions with company leaders and developers from Atlassian, MongoDB, Gatsby, Graphcool, and many other web and app development tool companies.
Three Episodes We Like From Jamstack Radio:
- Ep. #39, GraphQL Services with Sean Grove of OneGraph
- Ep. #36, Collaboration Tools with Jira’s Zak Islam
- Ep. #34, Using MongoDB with Stitch and Atlas
The TapTalk podcast comes from the QA test automation consulting firm tap|QA. The focus is on providing listeners with the latest news, techniques, tools, and trends in quality assurance, test automation, and DevOps, along with other areas of interest in the information technology field. This includes a recap of the annual QA conferences and best practices in QA, as well as IT consulting as a whole.
Three Episodes We Like From TapTalk:
- Tariq King on Demystifying AI-Driven Testing Bots
- Jason Arbon on AI and Testing All The World’s Apps
- Leo Laskin on Test Automation and how any team can start automating
This podcast, an endeavor called Channel 9, is from a group of developers and tech enthusiasts from Microsoft. Their goal is to share insights about all things Microsoft and DevOps with interviews from technical leaders from within and outside the company.
Three Episodes We Like From Channel 9 DevOps Interviews:
- Self-forming teams in Azure DevOps with Aaron Bjork
- How the Azure DevOps teams plan with Aaron Bjork
- Interview with Edward Thomson (Git in VSTS)
CD software platform company CloudBees is behind this podcast that tackles everything related to software delivery. There are both regular and revolving hosts who speak with consultants, developers, and company leaders. While they naturally delve into the details of the CloudBees approach, they also talk extensively with developers and solutions architect leaders from major companies like Bosch, Accenture, Capital One, and many others. Listeners hear insights from Google Cloud Platform and Kubernetes developers as well as those from Mabi, Codeship, and many others.
Three Episodes We Like From DevOps Radio:
- Episode 54: Kris Buytaert – It’s not about the tools, it’s about collaboration
- Episode 53: Sam Newman – Turning Up the Dial on Microservices
- Episode 52: Charity Majors of Honeycomb.io – Onwards to Observability
This streaming podcast is produced by the online magazine DevOps.com and hosted by Alan Shimel, the Founder, CEO & Editor-in-Chief of MediaOps, the company behind DevOps.com. The podcast features conversations with the leaders of major DevOps tool developers as well as company and organizational leaders who are recognized thought leaders across the developer continuum. The podcast, like the magazine, covers all the latest news and innovations in the developer world and goes straight to the source for deeper insights in their own words.
Three Episodes We Like From DevOps Chat:
- DevOps Chat: ChefConf Update with Chef’s Nell Shamrell-Harrington
- DevOps Chat: AppSec and DevSecOps with Contrast Security’s Jeff Williams
- DevOps Chat: Performance Testing with SmartBear’s Keshav Vasudevan
As an offshoot of the nonprofit organization Free Code Camp, this podcast of the same name furthers the education mission by interviewing software developers and engineers from large and small companies and organizations. They provide their take on DevOps while sharing their personal stories of how they got into the field. The podcast seeks to support those on their way to becoming a developer with examples of others who have succeeded while also providing practical tips on how listeners can achieve their professional goals.
Three Episodes We Like From The Free Code Camp Podcast:
- Ep. 56: Jennifer Bland, Google Developer Expert, Speaker, and World Traveler
- Ep. 61: How Tim Myers survived a 12-year prison sentence then became a web developer
- Ep. 64 – How Colleen Shnettler runs her business while raising her kids and contributing to open source
This podcast from Electric Cloud features discussions focused on Continuous Delivery and Continuous Integration (CI/CD). Each episode is a video podcast that brings together the host and a panel of seasoned pros to discuss the specific topic chosen for each episode, so viewers get a wealth of perspectives and a lively discussion.
Three Episodes We Like From Continuous Discussions:
- Episode 92: All Day DevOps Special Episode
- Episode 89: The DevOps Toolchain
- Episode 84: Software and pipeline architecture for DevOps
This podcast brings together a panel of senior ThoughtWorks engineers and technologists who discuss innovations in DevOps as well as trends across other tech boundaries. The panel discusses these trends and their possible impact on IT and engineers from the standpoint of programming languages, multicloud, DevSecOps, continuous delivery, and much more.
Three Episodes We Like From ThoughtWorks Podcast:
- Exploring programming languages via paradigms vs labels
- Multicloud in a regulated environment
- Continuous delivery for modern architecture
This podcast comes from Cloud Technology Partners, a Hewlett Packard company, and covers all things cloud for the enterprise with an equal focus on the developer angle. The podcast features interviews and discussions with some of the major players in cloud architecture across the Hewlett Packard universe, as well as major cloud players and solutions architects from other companies.
Three Episodes We Like From The Doppler Cloud:
- Securing Applications Across Hybrid Environments
- IT Operations and Developers – Can’t We All Just Get Along?
- Why Continuous Improvement Is Critical to Master Early in Your DevOps and Cloud Journey
Web and mobile application developer BigBinary is behind this podcast that takes an in-depth look at all things DevOps with a view of different aspects of infrastructure topics such as Kubernetes, Docker, and much more. While the podcast episodes feature deep discussions on the topics from Big Binary developers, they also bring in other thought leaders from different companies who discuss a variety of topics within the DevOps universe.
Three Episodes We Like From All Things DevOps:
- Episode 10: Engineering at PubNative with Michael Nikitochkin
- Episode 11: Understanding Kubernetes with Brendon Burns
- Episode 3: Kubernetes and Rancher in Container Eco-system
This podcast is sponsored by software engineering firm Clear Measure. While Microsoft Azure is a big part of the mix (it’s in the title, after all), the host and his expert guests discuss all aspects of the developer pipeline, its tools, and how they can interact with cloud platforms like Azure. There are numerous interviews with company leaders and engineers with insights on app development, events, and news.
Three Episodes We Like From Azure DevOps Podcast:
- Mark Miller on Developer Productivity
- Jeffrey Palermo on .NET DevOps for Azure
- Rockford Lhotka on Software Architecture
The DevSecOps Community Podcast reflects the diverse ideas, people, and interests of The DevSecOps Community website. The podcast clearly focuses on DevSecOps on an international level with experts and thought leaders from across the spectrum weighing in on a wide variety of subjects about app development and security.
Three Episodes We Like From DevSecOps Community Podcast:
- Perspectives on the “Sec” in DevSecOps
- What is an SBOM, and Why Should You Care? w/ Allan Friedman
- Epic Failures in DevSecOps with Aubrey Stearn
The DevOpsPro consulting firm sponsors this podcast. The hosts take a well-rounded needs perspective while providing insights in development and deployment from all angles ranging from serverless tools and Kubernetes to server management and much more.
Three Episodes We Like From DevOpsPro Radio:
4. All Technical Talk Podcasts
This weekly podcast hosted by Michael Kennedy focuses on all things Python and related technologies. It operates as a complimentary learning outlet to Kennedy’s courses that provide training and education on Python. The podcast adds the human element of the Python packages and frameworks by discussing how they are broadly applied for web and app development.
Three Episodes We Like From Talk Python to Me:
- Episode #203: Beginners and Experts in Software Development
- Episode #189: War Stories of the Developer Evangelists
- Episode #206: Running Django in Production
Test Talks comes from a seasoned test automation architect and focuses on educating DevOps teams and others on the ins and outs of successful test automation. The tips and tricks cover most of the popular tools like Selenium, SoapUI, rest-assured, Applitools, and SauceLabs, along with interviews with some of the biggest leaders in the testing industry. The approach is fun while remaining informative with lots of practical advice and approaches to test automation.
Three Episodes We Like From Test Talks:
- 254: Building A Winning Automation Team with Greg Sypolt
- 252: Security Testing in 2019 with SecureGuild
- 246: Chaos Engineering with Tammy Bütow
.NET Rocks! is a weekly podcast talk show for programmers using the Microsoft .NET platform. The episodes run the gamut from introductory information to advanced programming and developer topics. The podcast is hosted by veteran software developers and consultants for some of the world’s biggest companies and a Microsoft Regional Director who is also recognized as a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) in the area of ASP.NET development.
Three Episodes We Like From .NET Rocks:
- 1635 Securing Microservices with Sam Newman
- 1631 The Modern Developer with Dan North
- 1625 Building Security Into Your App with Victoria Almazova
5. DevOps Education Podcasts
This podcast is hosted by a self-taught developer who shares her knowledge with other new developers about all things DevOps. In addition to practical lessons on different aspects of coding for app development, the podcast features interviews with numerous developers, both known and unknown, who share their experiences and journeys to becoming a developer as well as insights on how others can overcome obstacles and get the education they need to become a coder.
Three Episodes We Like From Learn To Code With Me:
- How One Podcast Listener Became a Junior Dev (Without a College Degree) with Jesse Moore (S6E1
- Tech Toolbox 2019: The Fastest Way to Become a Developer (Even as a Beginner) with Imtiaz Ahad
The SE Radio podcast is targeted to professional software developers and is managed by the volunteers and staff of IEEE Software Magazine, published by the IEEE Computer Society. The podcast is highly education-oriented rather than news-oriented, featuring conversations with experts from the software engineering space about a range of topics of interest to professional developers.
Three Episodes We Like From Software Engineering Radio:
- 366: Test Automation
- 364: Peter Zaitsev on Choosing the Right Open Source Database
- 363: Jonathan Boccara on understanding Legacy Code
Three Episodes We Like From Coding Blocks:
- The Pragmatic Programmer – The Evils of Duplication
- Should Your Web App be a Progressive Web App (PWA)?
- JAMstack Primer for Back-End Devs
This podcast from a seasoned Docker course creator focuses on all things Docker and containerization in a question-and-answer format taken from the host’s weekly YouTube Live show. The host mixes it up with topic discussions and guest interviews covering all aspects of DevOps, cloud management, sysadmin, Docker, and container tools like Kubernetes and Swarm, and the full software lifecycle supply chain. Although the topics are designed to be supplemental to the host’s online courses, they can stand alone.
Three Episodes We Like From DevOps and Docker Talk:
- Alpine Linux As A Base Image, Is It Really Secure?
- Multiple Docker Images From One Git Repo
- TLS in Dev and Prod with Docker
6. Technical News-Oriented Podcasts
The Stacktrace podcast takes a deep dive into the news and technical aspects of Apple products from a developer’s perspective in a way that appeals to both highly experienced and novice developers. The two hosts are from Brazil and Poland, and provide their listeners with information centered on Apple product development and the Swift programming language that looks under the hood and in the news to provide insights for an audience of developers.
Three Episodes We Like From Stacktrace by 9to5MAC:
- Stacktrace Podcast 027: “Let’s spelunk my life”
- Stacktrace Podcast 029: “A very special Apple special event” with special guest Mark Gurman
- Stacktrace Podcast 032: “Dark mode convert”
This podcast covers a little bit of everything but always looks at it from the developer’s perspective. From the state of developer tools to the latest news affecting the broader developer community, the hosts take a serious and sometimes irreverent look at the topic with a main course of actionable information and a side of the human factor.
Three Episodes We Like From Coder Radio:
- Serverless Squabbles | Coder Radio 346
- Cupertino’s King Makers | Coder Radio 344
- Too Late for Jenkins? | Coder Radio 341
7. Product-Oriented DevOps Podcasts
The Puppet Podcast features Puppet community members talking about the latest trends in configuration management and cloud automation as well as DevOps culture. While the emphasis is on the Puppet DevOps tool set, the segments have a lot of information and news on the development world and navigating it successfully.
Three Episodes We Like From Puppet Podcast:
- Community Spotlight: Puppet Debugger
- Puppet Podcast: Introducing the Puppet Development Kit (PDK)…
- Bolt: Uniting Models and Tasks
The Microsoft Cloud Show is hosted by Andrew Connell and Chris Johnson, who started the podcast to discuss topics of interest to the millions of IT professionals and developers who focus on Microsoft products and to keep listeners updated on the latest developments in Microsoft products.
Three Episodes We Like From Microsoft Cloud Show:
- Episode 303 | Microsoft’s Jessica Deen on Azure DevOps and Open Source
- Episode 275 | Azure Kubernetes News from Ignite 2018 with Brendan Burns
- Episode 267 | Future of App Development with Azure AD
- JSJ 365: Do You Need a Front-End Framework?
- JSJ 363: Practical JAMstack and Serverless with Gareth McCumskey
- JSJ 358: Pickle.js, Tooling, and Developer Happiness with Anatoliy Zaslavskiy
The longstanding podcast, focused on all things Python, features conversations with guests discussing the Python-based applications they’ve built. Hosted by an avid developer, Podcast.__.init focuses on all the technical specifics of writing in Python, making it a must-listen for any developer building a Python app of their own.
Three Episodes We Like From Pdcast._.ini_(‘Python’):
- A Data Catalog For Your PyData Projects – Episode 213
- Hardware Hacking Made Easy With CircuitPython – Episode 212
- Building A Privacy Preserving Voice Assistant – Episode 211
This weekly podcast discussion by Ruby developers about programming, life, and careers has been around for some time and has a strong following. While the podcast does have all things Ruby as its launching point, it gets into all types of coding challenges, news, and tools as well as orchestration, containerization, and a variety of DevOps tools and processes with well-connected guests.
Three Episodes We Like From Ruby Rogues:
- RR 413: When Your Tools Interrupt Your Coding Process
- RR 411: What Causes Ruby Memory Bloat with Hongli Lai
- RR 402: Ruby 2.6.0 Bugs, Kafka, and Karafka with Maciej Mensfeld
Hosted by Jason Young and Carl Schweitzer, MS Dev Show is a new podcast for Microsoft developers that covers a range of topics including Azure/cloud, Windows, Windows Phone, .NET, Visual Studio, and more. Topics are diverse and range from deep tech topics and career advice to discussions of the latest news impacting the developer world. Hosting duties varies with a revolving cast of experienced engineers and developers.
Three Episodes We Like From MS Dev Show:
- Careers with Jeremy Likness
- Cloud Native Computing Foundation with Alessandro Vozza
- Microsoft and Progressive Web Apps with Josh Holmes
The Programming Throwdown podcast covers a broad range of topics with programming as the primary focus. Taking a no-frills approach with an open discussion among the hosts about coding and programming in terms of languages, careers, and challenges, Programming Throwdown is an informative listen for DevOps professionals.
Three Episodes We Like From Programming Throwdown:
- Episode 90: Terminals and Shells
- Episode 78: Building and Testing Web Services with Postman
- Episode 76: Code Documentation
A weekly show for developers focused on open source technologies and developments, The Changelog features interviews with the people behind the code and covers all programming languages, communities, and platforms. Guests include hackers, thought leaders, software engineers, and innovators from around the world, and listeners can also sign up for a weekly companion newsletter to get even more open source news and insights.
Three Episodes We Like From The Changelog:
- Running functions anywhere with OpenFaaS
- Why smart engineers write bad code
- Containerizing compute driven workloads with Singularity
RunAsRadio podcast host Richard Campbell is also the co-host of .NET Rocks, with this podcast focusing on IT pros and Microsoft technology. Episodes are focused on a single, specific IT industry topic, viewed and analyzed through the lens of the Microsoft ecosystem.
Three Episodes We Like From RunAsRadio:
- Using Query Store to Help Developers Understand Query Performance with Erin Stellato
- Creating the State of DevOps Report 2019 with Nicole Forsgren
- Application Insights with Isaac Levin
This podcast from developer, speaker, trainer, and author Jason Swett focuses on TDD and Ruby but takes a broad look at it within the context of developer best practices for CI. Jason interviews several thought leaders on these subjects, including developers from leading solutions companies.
Three Episodes We Like From Ruby Testing Podcast:
- 029 – Erin Dees, Co-Author of Effective Testing with RSPEC 3
- 027 – Josh Justice of Big Nerd Ranch
- 024 – Kent Beck, Author of Test-Drive Development: By Example