5 Best Podcasts For Web Developers That You Must Listen

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A Web Developer’s need to learn never ends, so what better way to take in the latest technologies than listening to a podcast? You can listen while you drive, clean the house, or do anything else. Here are the top podcasts you should be listening to as a Web Developer.

Syntax

syntax podcast

https://syntax.fm/

Wes Bos and Scott Tolinkski are full-stack developers who create courses on Web Development. They talk about work and their experiences and cover everything from They cover from JavaScript frameworks such as React to the recent trends in CSS to the simplification of web technologies. 

WebDev Success

webdev success podcast

https://webdevsuccess.com/

WordPress expert and agency owner, Emily Jorney, takes the mistery out of building and scaling your website business into successful agency.  Learn how to attract loyal customers, raise your prices with confidence, and take steps to craft the work life you’ve always wanted. 

Full Stack Radio

fullstack radio podcast

https://fullstackradio.com/

Full Stack Radio hosted by Adam Wathan. In each episode, Adam brings on a guest to discuss a variety of different topics covering anything from design to testing. A podcast for developers interested in building great software products.

JavaScript Jabber

javascript jabber

https://devchat.tv/podcasts/js-jabber/

JavaScript Jabber is a weekly podcasts discussing front end and back end development. As you can expect, it’s everything JavaScript…best practices, tools, testing, deployment, etc.

Front End Happy Hour

front end happy hour podcast

https://frontendhappyhour.com/

A podcast featuring a panel of Software Engineers from Netflix, Twitch, & Atlassian talking over drinks about all things Front End development. Hosts of Front End Happy Hour are actually talking and recording over drinks. Thanks to this, you might get a bit more raw commentary with this one.

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