Here's a list of podcast shows that I listen to on a regularly basis and highly recommend you do the same; meaning I don't miss a show because they are that good! I'll list out what it is, maybe why I listen and be sure to link it to where you can listen as well. Happy Listening!
Security Now – A show about everything security related in our digital lives. Typically involves the current news. I never miss an episode. Steve Gibson is the best at digging super deep into technical topics for anyone to understand.
NoAgendaShow – Two dudes named Adam Curry and John C Dvorak breakdown the mainstream media and explain it to us in a usually hysterical manner. If you were ever a fan of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. This is kinda like that, IMO. Very good. Best part of it all, they are funded purely by their audience in what Adam calls the Value For Value Model. It’s kinda of like a Patreon subscription model.
The following list of shows are all from Jupiter Broadcasting network, which is a use-to-be indy network out of Seattle. I say "use-to-be" because they were merged in with Linux Academy, which is amazing.
Linux Action News (the successor to Linux Action Show, which is what eased me into my Linux Journey) – This show is for anyone that wants to stay on top of all the worth-mentioning Linux-related news in a nice ~30 minute session.
Linux Unplugged – For anyone interested in digging deeper into more Linux news & tips and hearing what others around the JB community have to say.
Coder Radio – A show that discusses the art and business of software development. I stole their spiel on it, but that’s the best way to describe it. I love that they provide timecodes so I can pick and choose what I want to listen to. Definitely a must-listen-to for anybody that is a Coder or interested in being one.
Choose Linux – A brand new show about anyone that is curious about using Linux for everyday use.
Tech Snap – News, interviews and general discussion geared towards IT professionals and techy hobbyists.
The rest of the podcasts are ones that I do my very best to listen to all of them but do pick and choose if I am time constrained.
Sysadministrivia – A few really good Sys Admins talk about a main topic, tell us the news and breakdown mess-ups in the IT world. A fun show to listen to and very informative. NSFW;
Why We Argue – A podcast ran by the University of Connecticut that features a lot of super smart people and very informative. Discourse on politics & humility.
College Info Geek Show – Aimed primarily at college kids. But I get a lot out of it too. They go deep into “productivity methods” and really make you think about tweaking your every day habits and routines. I usually watch this one on YouTube.
The Ground Up Show – Matt D’Avella is a filmmaker, YouTuber, and Minimalist. He has a separate channel of his own, so follow that too. In his podcast he talks with people that are typically like-minded and go into how they make a living doing what they love. I usually watch this one on YouTube.
Two Tech Dudes – on a hiatus – This is my podcast, so yeah I do listen to it because I listen thru every episode to do the sound editing. We just talk about anything tech related that we feel like everyone should know. Our opinions are expressed and then we try to point you in the right direction on better explanations than we could give on certain important topics. Filtering out all the useless info. It’s fun. It’s actually very therapeutic as well as it provides a “brain dump” of sorts for all my thoughts.
The mainstream media is boring. I'm not a fan. I like to get my content straight from the Content Creators and support them directly.
If ya have any thoughts or podcast recommendations, drop me a line.
Last updated on May 15th, 2019.