In my last post
My Current Favorites
I mentioned some of the podcasts that I've been listening to that have inspired me as a .NET developer. I thought it would be a good idea to start a list of all the podcasts that have taken over my Zune lately and some that I am planning on checking out.
HerdingCode is just a great discussion between Jon Gallaway
, K. Scott Allen
, Kevin Dente
, and Scott Koon
on .NET development topics. I suppose the thing that I really like about it is that it's just down to earth, like you're just listening in on a conversation that they would be having anyway.
There's likely few that don't know who Scott Hanselman
is. He manages to carry the same passion and energy he shows on his blog to the Hanselminutes show. His co-host is Carl Franklin (see DotNetRocks below) who is always equally as great.
DotNetRocks, from Carl Franklin
, has been around for a long time. Carl keeps interesting topics on the show that range from development related, to technology. The show isn't supposed to be a show about
.NET, but is a show for
.NET developers. Carl's co-host is Richard Campbell
, who always seems to know what he is talking about.
Deep Fried Bytes is a show from Keith Elder
and Chris "Woody" Woodruff
. This is more of a technology show, but with a strong slant for .NET developers. Very laid back and they've had some great guests.
The Alt.NET podcast is a podcast from the ALT.NET
movement that focuses on improving ourselves as developers, challenging assumptions, and looks at things available to help us in our pursuit of excellence as software developers. This is one I've just added to my list, so I'm still pretty much getting started with it. So far it's been great (but it is a bit less casual than some of the others I've listed).
Others I Plan on Checking Out
Are there any other great ones I'm missing from the list?