It's been a while

 I don't put the effort into this that I thought I would.  Regardless, I thought I would just say "out loud" that I think Elix...

September 13, 2020

For my listening pleasure

Listening to podcasts has really grown on me over the last few years.  Now that I'm working from home full time due to the Covid-19 pandemic, I thought I would share what I've been listening to:

  • Regular listens
    • Command Line Heroes
    • CoRecursive
    • Dev Discuss
    • Factually
    • Freakonomics Radio
    • got science?
    • How to save a planet?
    • Lambda Cast
    • Levar Burton Reads
    • No Stupid Questions
    • NPR Life Kit (Money, Health, Parenting)
    • NPR Up First
    • NPR Throughline
    • People I (mostly) Admire
    • Short Wave
    • Software Sessions
    • Stuff You Should Know
    • Species
    • Scala Logs
    • Scala Love
    • Software Engineering Radio
    • The Bike Shed
    • The Way I Heard It
    • Thoughts on Functional Programming (Lisp Cast)
    • Who Is?
  • Occasional Listens (depends on the episode)
    • The Joe Rogan Experience
    • The Changelog
    • Full Stack Radio

Some standouts include:

  • Stuff You Should Know - Informative and funny
  • NPR Throughline - History...made interesting
  • Freakonomics - Super interesting almost every time
  • Levar Burton Reads - Short stories read by Commander LaForge.  Very good production.
I wish I could find active Haskell related podcasts, but I know of none.  Some have tried to make them, but couldn't sustain the energy to keep them going, I guess.