Coding Blocks - Patterns, Architecture, Best Practices, Tips and Tricks for Software, Database, and Web Developers / Engineers Reviews
Perfect balance of entertaining and educational.
Always interesting and gives me something to think about. 3 regular developers sharing their experiences and trying to find better ways to design and develop software. Well worth investing some of your podcast listening-time
First time listener - great show and I've now got to go and listen to some back casts to catch up with some of the other interesting topics you guys have covered. You guys just made my 10 ;-)
Great podcast! Since know you value suggestions, here's mine: Although it doesn't seem to be an exact format of the podcast, but having a guest to interview from time to time would bring more variety to show among other things. In any case, keep up a good work!
Love it, but I'm biased!
This is a podcast I found from a list on Free Code Camp. Being a self-taught programmer, this is a great way to get a look at the tools, and the issues, that may come up in the work world. I started on the "Clean Code" series, and my impression was "Where is this information in all of the classes?!" They do an excellent job of presenting not only to experienced developers, but to those of us starting out, as well.
My favorite podcast! Joe, Allen, and Michael have great rapport! Every episode we dive into an interesting topic presented at a great "elevation" be it in the trees, or at that 30,000 foot view; all the while being entertaining and funny to boot!
An exceptionally detailed, yet easy to follow podcast. The hosts (Allen, Michael and Joe) take complex topics that a modern developer really should know and break them down into easy to follow chunks, injecting humour along the way.
Coding Blocks is hosted by three guys (Allen Underwood, Joe Zach, Michael Outlaw) talking about technology as you would with your friends and colleagues. The podcast format is to discuss and help each other learn what they know/experienced. Listening to Coding Blocks leave you feeling content as if you had a great technical conversation with them.