Friday, August 29, 2008

Podcasts

I admit it: I'm a podcast junkie! When running, commuting, walking, whatever: my iPod Nano (2nd generation) is with me practically everywhere.

Here's some podcasts that I follow. Most of them are followed by recommended episodes. Enjoy!

Hanselminutes
- What is Done? - A Conversation with Scrum Co-Creator Ken Schwaber
- Lean Software Development with Tom and Mary Poppendieck
- Quetzal Bradley on Testing after Unit Tests

Software Engineering Radio
- Simon Peyton Jones on Functional Programming and Haskell
- Retrospectives with Linda Rising (This almost made me cry, seriously!)
- The New Guardian.co.uk website with Matt Wall and Erik DoernenBurg

Deep Fried Bytes
- Talking Domain-Driven Design with David Laribee - Part 1
- Talking Domain-Driven Design with David Laribee - Part 2

Pragmatic Podcasts
- Andy Hunt on Pragmatic Wetware
- Dave Thomas on Pragmatic Publishing

ThoughtWorks - IT Matters Podcast
- Domain Specific Languages - Part 1 of 2 (no permalink)
- Domain Specific Languages - Part 2 of 2 (no permalink)

Alt.NET podcast
- (Listen to all episodes..)

Lean Agile Straight Talk
- Overcoming Impediments to Test-Driven Development
- Test-Driven Development and Design Patterns

MSDN Radio (In Swedish. The homepage is not up to date. Dag König's blog links to more episodes.)
- Magnus Mårtensson, Dotway

Agile Toolkit Podcast
- Ruby Dave
- Smalltalk Dave

.NET Rocks!
- Jon Harrop Makes Us F#
- James Kovacs Inverts our Control
- XML Literals Panel from TechEd 2008

OnSoftware (Video, so this I watch at the computer)
- F#

Also, Channel 9 has great video content!
- Brian Beckman: Don't Fear the Monads
- Anders Hejlsberg, Herb Sutter, Erik Meijer, Brian Beckman: Software Composability and the Future of Programming Languages
- Brian Beckman: Monads, Monoids, and Mort

1 comment:

ol said...

That's a nice list. Thanks!

I really enjoyed .NET Rocks - Jonathan Zuck on the Politics of OOXML (http://www.dotnetrocks.com/default.aspx?ShowNum=335).

A bit of topic, but great anyway:
Linux Outlaws (http://www.linuxoutlaws.com/)

The Linux Action Show (http://www.linuxactionshow.com/)

The Rough Lynx & Blenda Show (http://lynxblenda.podomatic.com/)