The Best JavaScript Podcasts — 2020

The Best JavaScript Podcasts — 2020

?or at least my favourite

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So you?re that hooked and eager to learn even while you?re away from the laptop? Hopefully, this list of JavaScript Podcasts will ease the coding withdrawal symptoms while you exercise, go outside or even sit elsewhere to give your eyes a break from the screen.

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Syntax

Syntax.fm has been a favourite of mine to listen to since 2018 and continues to be my goto. Wes Bos and Scott Tolinski are some of the best JavaScript content creators on the web, as they collaborate on this, I think it?s their best content. As a bonus, Wes Bos sometimes includes BBQ tips. If you are looking for video content and haven?t found these guys, you are in for a treat ?

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JavaScript Jabber

This is one of the best-established JavaScript Podcasts. You know it?s a good Podcast when even the daddy of JavaScript Brendan Eich has been interviewed on the show. Some great guests and episodes suitable no matter what stage in your JavaScript journey you are at.

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Frontend Happy Hour

Frontend Happy Hour has panellists from companies like LinkedIn, Netflix, and Apple which can help us understand some different topics in the frontend space from some of the best in the industry. With over 60 episodes at the time of typing, there?s plenty to keep you learning.

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Modern Web

Want to keep up to date with the latest modern tools like React, Angular and Vue? Modern Web is all about the latest tooling in Web Development space. Learn from others building modern web applications.

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Full Stack Radio

A podcast for developers interested in building great software products. Every episode, Adam Wathan is joined by a guest to talk about everything from product design and user experience to unit testing and system administration.

Honourable mention for anyone new in the JS world:

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Code Newbie

Stories from people on their coding journey. For people starting their journey, this might be the motivation you need to keep going. Includes a tonne of soft skills that could take years to learn without learning from someone else.

If you have seen my 2018/2019 you will recognise some of these podcasts but I thought I should definitely update since I often get asked what I am listening to.

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