The Changelog provides a compendium of interviews with hackers, leaders, and software innovators. No matter which programming language you speak, you’ll find a mine of essential technical information and motivational tips.
The so-called ‘FAANG’ five (Facebook. Apple. Amazon. Netflix. Google) have undeniably changed the world. But how? Land of the Giants takes a look at the impact (and cost) of the quintet's disruptive brilliance.
LAND OF THE GIANTS
Design is everywhere, but it’s recognised practically nowhere. This podcast from award-winning producer Roman Mars looks at the amazing examples of modern design which have transformed our society in ways we’ve barely even noticed.
1) That someone could explain to you exactly how the economy works. 2) That it wouldn’t send you to sleep.
Let's Imagine Two Things:
PLANET MONEY - NPR
If you can imagine that, you’ve got a pretty good idea of what this podcast offers.
Society is based on a series of brilliant ideas, emotions, insights and discoveries that lead to real-world breakthroughs. In TED Radio Hour, Guy Raz digs down into these disruptive ideas and looks at ways we can live our lives outside the box.
TED Radio Hour - NPR
All the world’s biggest companies started out as side projects.The IndieHackers Podcast looks at how these successful businesses have grown from side projects to rockstar corporations, helping you learn some strategies and tactics of making money, too.
Category: Work and Entrepreneurship
If you’re a fan of the minutiae of the music and the backstory to every beat, Song Exploder is for you. It gives musicians a platform to dissect their songs and tell the story of what inspired them.
If you’re looking for a podcast at the intersection of politics & technology, which looks at how world events shape the products we interact with daily - well, you’ve found it. Recent chapters look at vaccines, conspiracy theories and the storming of the Capitol, all with a tech slant.
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