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<title>PodcastAddict registration feeds</title>
<dateCreated>12 Oct 2019 21:23:46</dateCreated>
<dateModified>12 Oct 2019 21:23:46</dateModified>
<outline text="AWS Morning Brief" type="rss" xmlUrl="https://feeds.transistor.fm/aws-morning-brief" htmlUrl="https://www.lastweekinaws.com" />
<outline text="Command Line Heroes" type="rss" xmlUrl="https://feeds.pacific-content.com/commandlineheroes" htmlUrl="https://www.redhat.com/en/command-line-heroes" />
<outline text="Darknet Diaries" type="rss" xmlUrl="https://feeds.megaphone.fm/darknetdiaries" htmlUrl="https://darknetdiaries.com/" />
<outline text="Freakonomics Radio" type="rss" xmlUrl="https://rss.art19.com/freakonomics-radio" htmlUrl="http://freakonomics.com/" />
<outline text="O11ycast" type="rss" xmlUrl="https://www.heavybit.com/category/library/podcasts/o11ycast/feed/" htmlUrl="https://www.heavybit.com/library/podcasts/o11ycast/" />
<outline text="Real World DevOps" type="rss" xmlUrl="https://feeds.transistor.fm/real-world-devops" htmlUrl="https://www.realworlddevops.com" />
<outline text="Reply All" type="rss" xmlUrl="https://feeds.megaphone.fm/replyall" htmlUrl="http://gimletmedia.com/shows/reply-all" />
<outline text="Screaming in the Cloud" type="rss" xmlUrl="https://feeds.transistor.fm/screaming-in-the-cloud" htmlUrl="https://screaminginthecloud.com" />
<outline text="Security Now" type="rss" xmlUrl="http://feeds.twit.tv/sn" htmlUrl="https://twit.tv/shows/security-now" />
<outline text="ShopTalk » Podcast Feed" type="rss" xmlUrl="https://shoptalkshow.com/feed/podcast" htmlUrl="https://shoptalkshow.com" />
<outline text="Talk Python To Me - Python conversations for passionate developers" type="rss" xmlUrl="https://talkpython.fm/episodes/rss" htmlUrl="https://talkpython.fm/" />
<outline text="Tech45" type="rss" xmlUrl="https://www.tech45.eu/wordpress/feeds/tech45_podcast.xml" htmlUrl="https://tech45.eu" />
<outline text="The Privacy, Security, &amp; OSINT Show" type="rss" xmlUrl="http://feeds.soundcloud.com/users/soundcloud:users:261098918/sounds.rss" htmlUrl="http://soundcloud.com/user-98066669" />
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title: Podcasts I listen to
tags: [development, django, plone]
tags: [development, django, plone, podcast]
date: 2012-11-12 19:33:00
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Anyway, here's the list in alphabetic order:
* [Non Breaking Space Show](https://goodstuff.fm/nbsp/):
interviews with the web’s best and brightest.
* [ShopTalk](http://shoptalkshow.com/) is about front end web design,
development and UX.
* [Tech45](http://tech45.eu/) is a Dutch podcast about tech news in
* [The Big Web Show](http://5by5.tv/bigwebshow) is about everything
web that matters.
* [Non Breaking Space Show](https://goodstuff.fm/nbsp/):
interviews with the web’s best and brightest.
* [The Web Ahead](http://thewebahead.net/) is weekly podcast about
changing technologies and the future of the web.
* [This Developer's Life](http://nonbreakingspace.tv/):http://thisdeveloperslife.com/): stories
* [This Developer's Life](http://thisdeveloperslife.com/): stories
about developers and their lives.
I have listened to a number of other podcasts over the years, but
title: Podcasts I listen to — 2019 edition
tags: [aws, devops, observability, podcast, python, security]
date: 2019-10-13 17:08:00
Most of the time I use my commute to listen to podcasts. Because they reflect my
interests at this point in time, I thought it would be nice to share my current
The last time I posted my selection of podcasts was back in
[2012](/weblog/2012/11/12/podcasts-i-listen-to/). Since then, a lot has changed:
* Only two out of the six podcasts on the 2012 list are still in my feed. But
there are quite a few new podcasts to compensate.
* My commute has reduced from six hours/week to about four.
* Out of necessity I no longer listen to all episodes of all podcasts---I just
do not have enough time to listen to them. But all podcasts in the list below
have interesting episodes, so unsubscribing from them is also not an option.
(I know, first world problems...)
My podcast feed with the reason why I listen to each show:
* [AWS Morning brief](https://www.lastweekinaws.com): I use this podcast to
quickly get up to speed on AWS related developments. Oh, and I like the snarky
way Corey Quinn summarises the news.
* [Command line heroes](https://www.redhat.com/en/command-line-heroes): a fun
and educational podcast about topics that interest me as a developer. For
example season 2 was focussed open source development and season 3 was all
about (the history of) programming languages.
* [Darknet Diaries](https://darknetdiaries.com/): interesting stories about "the
dark side of the internet." I love the stories and the way Jack Rhysider tells
* [Freakonomics Radio](http://freakonomics.com/): a completely different show
because it is not technology focussed. Stephen Dubner discusses topic I often
don't know much about or have not thought about much. I think the episodes are
not only educational but also fun to listen to.
* [O11ycast](https://www.heavybit.com/library/podcasts/o11ycast/): this one I
recently discovered. Since I'm interested in the subject of observability,
this podcast gives me new ideas to think about.
* [Real World DevOps](https://www.realworlddevops.com): I really like Mike
Julian's interviews with people from the tech industry about DevOps related
topics. Unfortunately there has not been a new episode for a few months; I
hope Mike will start podcasting again in the future.
* [Reply All](https://gimletmedia.com/shows/reply-all): a brilliant show. I had
lost track of the hosts, PJ Vogt and Alex Goldman, after they stopped with the
TLDR podcast. Unfortunately I did not search for them, otherwise I would have
found Reply All a lot sooner! I listen to this podcast primarily to get
amused; learning something from it is a nice side effect though.
* [Screaming in the cloud](https://screaminginthecloud.com): another podcast
from Corey Quinn which I listen to, to learn more about cloud related topics
from the interviews on this show.
* [Security Now](https://twit.tv/shows/security-now): I listen to this podcast
for the security related news and an occasional deep dive into a technical
* [Shop Talk Show](https://shoptalkshow.com): although these days I'm more into
infrastructure and automation, I like listening to this show allow to keep in
touch with web development.
* [Talk Python to me](https://talkpython.fm/): more or less the same as with
Shop Talk Show: I like this podcast for its (Python) development related topics.
* [Tech45](https://tech45.eu): a podcast I've listened to for quite some years
now and one of the few shows I want to listen to every single episode of. I
enjoy the way the panel discusses the (tech related) news each week.
Informative and "gezellig."
* [The privacy, security & OSINT show](https://soundcloud.com/user-98066669):
the most recent addition to my list. I have only listened to a few shows yet,
but the topics seem interesting. We'll see if this one sticks or not.
And there you have it: my list of podcasts of October 2019. (Also available in
[OPML format](/podcasts-2019.opml).)
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