Software developers are a particular breed, often strongly defending their chosen development stack and tools. So continuing from from Podcasts 1: Your Learning Made Easy we look at Podcasts which are useful to all developers, not tied to a particular technology.
Covering a wide range of topics, Programmer Throwdown goes into depth on a wide variety of subjects related to developers, covering social as well as technical themes.
New podcasts arrive roughly monthly.
Full Stack Radio
Publishing every fortnight, Full Stack Radio has a different guest for each episode, going deep into all areas of the development process and investigating new tools and technologies.
Of the several podcasts I tried for about the cloud, The Cloudcast was the one that survived, publishing once or twice a week.
Not tied to a particular cloud platform, it covers different aspects of cloud computing, containters and the surrounding ecosystems.
Publishing a half-hour podcast once a week for many years, Hanselminutes is hosted my renowned developer Scott Hanselman.
Each week is a different guest covering diverse topics around aspects of software and hardware, UI, databases and data science.
Although at first .NET Rocks may appear to focus on the .NET stack, at 3 podcasts a week and well over 1000 episodes it covers many topics outside of that world.
Recently there have been several podcasts on data science topics and the Geekouts covering non-development topics in depth are of interest to devs and non-devs alike.