Coding Blocks is a podcast for programmers, by programmers. We try to balance software engineering best practices against pragmatism in order to bring you the best possible podcast for the real world. Also, we think we’re pretty funny! 😉
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“It’s rare that a show or podcast manages to be both informative and entertaining. This is doubly true when the subject matter is both supremely technical and niche, so it’s all the more impressive that Coding Blocks manages to pull off this delicate balancing act with the degree of success that it does.
One major facet of Coding Blocks is its Slack community, which is worth a 5 star review all on its own.”
This is a podcast I found from a list on Free Code Camp. Being a self-taught programmer, this is a great way to get a look at the tools, and the issues, that may come up in the work world. I started on the “Clean Code” series, and my impression was “Where is this information in all of the classes?!” They do an excellent job of presenting not only to experienced developers, but to those of us starting out, as well.
Coding Blocks provides the perfect blend of information and humor. Where other podcasts are either too dull and boring, sounding like a college lecture, or are too light and fluffy, sounding like the tech version of Entertainment Tonight, Coding Blocks is that rare podcast that balances the education with the entertainment and delivers on all aspects.
These guys are smart and love what they do, and it shows. They have a way of taking complicated topics and breaking them down into easily understood bits. I feel like I learn something new with each episode. If you are a software developer looking to improve your craft, give this podcast a try. You won’t regret it.