Edvinas Urbasius

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Front-end developer. Interested in IT, history and economics. The life-long learner.

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Front-end Development Podcasts I Recommend

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To work as a front-end developer is one thing, but to keep up with rapidly changing technology is another thing in itself. I try to keep up with the news by listening podcasts about front-end development. These small pieces of audio help me to learn, discover, and just feel the beat.

Here are my podcast recommendations for front-end developers.

Syntax – A Tasty Treats Podcast for Web Developers

Wes Bos and Scott Tolinski talk a lot about web development topics, their own professional experiences, and how they work in general. What I like about this podcast, that it’s thematic and doesn’t jump from one topic to another in one episode. Every podcast installment is a new trip, so there is plenty of opportunities to learn and broaden your knowledge on a particular thing. They cover JavaScript, its frameworks, work with clients, learning strategies, and much more. Co-hosts present topics in an easy manner, so it’s a pleasure to listen.

https://syntax.fm/

Front End Happy Hour

Bunch of engineers from Netflix, Evernote, Atlassian and Linked In talking about front-end development topics over drinks. It’s not that frequent like the Syntax podcast, but it has its own charm due to people on a panel being from big companies because they offer a different perspective and discussions over drinks are funny too.

https://frontendhappyhour.com/

the freeCodeCamp Podcast

This podcast was my entry to the programming world. I started to listen to it when I signed up for the freeCodeCamp platform. Every episode introduces a new guest and they talk about how they started in tech. The podcast was dead for some time (no new episodes). but it came back with fresh new content.

https://podcast.freecodecamp.org/

So that's my podcast recommendations. There is plenty of podcasts that talk about front-end development, but I focused only on a few. I believe quality beats quantity and there is no point to overwhelm yourself.


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