Here are some podcasts I’m enjoying right now.
I hope you haven’t heard of at least one of these…
Accidental Tech Podcast
Three software engineers chatting about a wide range of topics, from Apple to coffee to cars to code.
By Marco Arment, Casey Liss, and John Siracusa.
A show about app news and economics.
By Federico Viticci and John Voorhees.
Deep-dives into automation topics.
By David Sparks and Rosemary Orchard.
The funniest show covering tech news with a bit of automation and working on the iPad thrown in. If you’ve never heard it before, start with episode #265.
By Federico Viticci, Myke Hurley, and Stephen Hackett.
Described as a show about the working lives of its creators, Cortex’s recurring themes make the older episodes fun to dive into.
By CGP Grey and Myke Hurley.
Mac Power Users
Interesting interviews with pros on Apple’s platforms and thoughtful deep-dives into individual apps.
By David Sparks and Stephen Hackett.
Two .NET mobile developers diving into the latest news from Microsoft, Apple, and beyond, teaching each other advanced topics, and putting on great interviews.
By James Montemagno and Frank Krueger.
The best Q&A show dedicated to the craft of podcasting.
By Dan Benjamin.
A fresh mix of development topics and Apple news viewed through the eyes of two developers and writers.
By Guilherme Rambo and John Sundell.
Swift by Sundell
Interesting and inspiring interviews about Swift, featuring guests and questions from the broader community.
By John Sundell.
Swift Over Coffee
An entertaining Swift news show.
By Paul Hudson and Erica Sadun.
Taming the Terminal
A great educational series focusing on the bash shell.
By Bart Busschots and Allison Sheridan.
Under the Radar
Two prolific developers taking just under 30 minutes per episode to discuss individual aspects of being iOS app developers, from the servers to the business models.
By Marco Arment and David Smith.
Witty, timely, and well-researched Apple news.
By Rene Ritchie.
You can find more at microcast.club.