Top 10 Podcasts For Web Developers in 2020

A Web Developer’s need to learn is never ends, so what better way to learn the emerging technologies than to listen to a podcast? Keeping up with the pace of technology changes is part and parcel of being a web developer. Hearing podcasts is an excellent way to stay informed and to break your eyes.

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Web design podcasts are interesting, informative, and simple to consume, even if you don’t have a lot of time or energy to offer. Unless you’re independently wealthy or a short sleeper, there’s not enough time in the day to listen to all of them. Here are some of the best podcasts for web developers. 

1. Syntax 

Full Stack Developers Wes Bos and Scott Tolinski immerse themselves in web development topics, explain how they work and discuss their own experiences. They cover from JavaScript frameworks such as React to the recent trends in CSS to the simplification of web technologies. 

2. ShopTalk Show 

Shop talk is hosted by Dave Rupert and Chris Coyier, who focus on front-end web design and development. Dave is a developer at an Austin Texas web design shop while Chris is one of Code Pen’s co-founders. They explore customer experience, layout, and CSS. Every week a special guest joins Chris Coyier and Dave Rupert to talk shop and answer questions submitted by listeners. Episodes are usually about one-hour . 



3. Developer Tea 

Developer Tea is crafted just to be long enough for your daily break of tea. Developer Tea hosts discuss topics of higher-level relating to programming and theory rather than the code itself – think about productivity, gratitude, and cognitive bias. Host Jonathan Cutrell packs interesting perspectives, thought-provoking suggestions, and professional tools on a range of topics from coding and career development to habits, mindset, and problem-solving Episodes are released some times a week, and usually range from 5-15 minutes. 

4. Full Stack Radio 

Adam Wathan runs Full Stack Radio which has created amazing content on Vue, Laravel and Web Design. Adam brings a guest into every episode to discuss a variety of different topics covering anything from design to testing. They often address problems related to the real world and the processes to resolve them. Episodes are released every few weeks and usually are around an hour. 

5. Code Newbie 

If you’re a new developer and you’re looking for a little more introductory conversation, then Code Newbie is for you. CodeNewbie features people’s stories on their coding journey, with a new episode published every Monday. It’s a goldmine of knowledge for those beginning web development. 

6. The Changelog 

The Changelog is a series of conversations with software development innovators and leaders. This is a weekly podcast on all open source stuff. This conversational show features in-depth interviews with movers and shakers who work at the heart of open source technologies including software engineers, hackers, leaders, and innovators. They talk about technological topics, development culture, organizational challenges, and more with guests from startup founders to veterans at Fortune 500 companies. 

7. Front End Happy Hour 

This podcast will tell you about the latest resources and libraries that have been emerging over the last week in the web dev world. For any web developer Frontend is a necessary basis. Without proper frontend comprehension, it’s difficult to build a decent website and its biggest benefit is that it’s easier than backend, with its wide variety of languages. This weekly podcast features a panel of experts from organizations like Netflix, Evernote and LinkedIn, they discuss latest trends in front-end growth. 

8. 99% Invisible 

99% Invisible, hosted by Roman Mars, is a design-focused podcast that encourages you to take a fresh look at the everyday world around you and find a new appreciation for the seemingly mundane. Blending design, architecture, and cultural values, this podcast will enhance your sense of curiosity and wonder by concentrating on the power of design in things you may never have noticed before. 

9. JavaScript Jabber 

JavaScript Jabber releases weekly podcasts that mostly discuss the development of the front end and back end. This podcast, as the name suggests, is dedicated to keeping listeners updated in the fast-moving world of JavaScript. Every episode features a guest and explores a new subject, ranging from JS frameworks to careers and JS communities. The series assumes a basic knowledge of JS. Typically they have a panel of 3-4 people which makes this podcast very conversational! 

10. CodePen Radio 

Web Developers everywhere use CodePen as a way to showcase and share demo code. All that said, this podcast is run by employees at Codepen. They share stories, life lessons, struggles, and successes they have encountered in growing up their small business. This perspective is a bit more unique than the other podcasts, as you can follow the CodePen success as a whole while learning more details along the way. 

There are indeed a lot of funny podcasts, but also informative, motivational and inspiring podcasts. If you get bored quickly from reading books and articles, podcasts are your best choice. There’s no need to remain focused on endless lines of text. You can then learn lots of new knowledge from popular web developers when doing whatever you want. So if you haven’t explored the podcasts world yet, try it out.

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