10 Best Podcasts For Up-And-Coming Tech Gurus

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Are you looking to level up in your tech career? Want to brush up on your tech skills? Want to be in the know, when it comes to the tech world? If you said “yes” to all three questions, then you’ve came to the right place!

Listening to podcasts is a great way to make the most of your time, while allowing you to gain knowledge on the go.

Here are 10 tech podcasts to start listening to today!

1. Clockwise

This podcast consists of a round-table discussion with two hosts, along two industry guests. It’s essentially 30 minutes of them talking about a range of topics in the tech world. https://www.relay.fm/clockwise

As of October 2020, there are nearly 400 episodes spanning several years, which is more than enough content for you to sink your teeth into. This is like a historical archive of the tech world and the trends, twists, and turns the industry has taken. Very exciting stuff.

 

2. Back To Work

An award-winning podcast with amazing hosts Merlin Mann and Dan Benjamin, Back to Work is your go-to place for all things work and tech-related. This podcast will delve into topics like productivity, creativity, communicating in today’s age, etc. And don’t forget: technology! http://5by5.tv/b2w

With over 500 episodes in their library, there’s plenty of content to enjoy. It doesn’t matter what kind of tech you’re interested in, this is a podcast that will satisfy your thirst.

 

3. Accidental Tech Podcast

Garnering millions of viewers and fans, Accidental Tech Podcast (or ATP) is well-known in the tech community. With the three hosts as tech developers, you can rest assured that you’re being well-informed when it comes to technology. Plus, they would have in-depth conversations that allow you to enter the business and behind-the-scenes side of the tech world, and gather plenty of knowledge from the best of the best in the industry.

And best of all, the hosts will have you entertained with the best facts, the best jokes, and the best vibe on each episode.

This podcast is a must if you’re a through-and-through fan of tech, and one series you’re not going to want to miss at any cost. There’s 200 episodes in the library to dive into and is by far one of the most popular podcasts in the world right now.

And best of all, the hosts will have you entertained with the best facts, the best jokes, and the best vibe on each episode. Who doesn’t love that kind of approach to tech?

 

4. CodeNewbie

CodeNewbie is a weekly podcast, hosted by Saron Yitbarek, that thrives by interviewing techies, while covering a wide range of topics, from learning the different kinds of hardware, to learning about technical writing. From developers to website creators – many from across the globe – this podcast is essential for tech gurus who strive to be well-rounded, newbie or expert.

However, as the show name suggests, if you’re just starting out in the world of coding and you’re looking to put your best foot forward, this is a fantastic podcast to have by your side. You’re guaranteed to learn so much, and with so many guest speakers coming onto the show, this is a great place to learn from the best of the best.

 

5. Freelancer’s Show

Calling all freelancers (or at least those looking to be freelancers)! The Freelancer’s Show has you covered!

This podcast will cover the basics on the following topics:

· Adjusting to remote work

· Building great relationships with clients

· Accounting and taxes, as you freelance

· Creating a personal brand

· Learning from mistakes

No matter what topic you’re in the mood for, there’s an episode for that! Available on all major podcast platforms, there’s roughly a new episode every week so you won’t need to worry about not getting your tech fix. I also love the personal aspect of this podcast, meaning it doesn’t just talk business, but also mindset and making the most of your career path.

 

6. Developer Tea

The Developer Tea podcast was designed to fit within the confines of your tea break (or coffee break, or any break in the day). Hosted by Jonathan Cutrell, and sponsored by Spec, the podcast tackles less technical topics, with many useful episodes for careers outside development too.

There’s no denying this podcast isn’t massive. Incredibly popular, the podcast has enjoyed over 13 million downloads worldwide since its release, and with new episodes being aired every single week (sometimes multiple times a week if the show has a special guest), there’s no shortage of content to enjoy. When you see it also averages a 4.8/5 star rating from listeners, you know this isn’t a podcast where you can go wrong.

 

7. Tech Talker’s Quick And Dirty Tips To Navigate The Digital World

Despite its long title, this podcast also has a lot to say about technology. With each episode 5 to 6 minutes long, you’ll be in for plenty of practical pointers and advice from the tech experts, from topics on protecting yourself online, to managing your mobile data.

This means you can listen to the podcast anywhere and everywhere, and even if you’re working in tech and you’re dealing with a problem you need an answer too, you may just find a lightning-fast episode that has what you’re looking for. It’s always worth bookmarking this show because you never know what they’re going to come out with next.

 

8. Learn To Code With Me

The Learn to Code With Me podcast is all about chatting with self-taught coders about how they were able to find success in coding. From making money with coding skills, to learning from other coders, this podcast is a must-have in your coding arsenal – available on iTunes and SoundCloud.

The Learn to Code with Me podcast is all about chatting with self-taught coders about how they were able to find success in coding. From making money with coding skills, to learning from other coders, this podcast is a must-have in your coding arsenal – available on iTunes and SoundCloud.

 

9. Analog(ue)

Analog(ue) looks at a different side of the tech world by focusing on the more human side of it. It includes segments that showcase viewers’ responses to the previous week’s #relayyourfeels tweets, along with great personal stories on how tech gadgets have improved and inspired people’s lives.

 

10. And of Course, Home Gadget Geeks

News, reviews, updates and conversation, all for the average tech guy! You never go wrong with Hosts Jim Collison and Mike Wieger and never the same tech topic 2 weeks and a row. A weekly podcast that covers topic from BBQ to Network Security, Lawn Care to Home Storage. If you have a topic you are interested in, just ask. Live every Thursday night, 8pmC/9E at https://theAverageGuy.tv

 

Conclusion

In today’s busy tech world, it’s important to be in the know.

So, if you’re planning to go further in your tech career, you don’t have to twiddle your thumbs any longer. Tune in to some (or all) of these 10 tech podcasts and learn something. With these podcasts, you’ll not only escape the boredom, but you’ll also be exposed to new names and ideas, and even get ahead in your career!

 

Michael Dehoyos is a writer and editor at Do My Coursework and Academic Brits. He is also a contributing writer for online publications and blogs such as Coursework Help. As a content marketer, he helps companies improve their current marketing strategies, and introduces them to new concepts.

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