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FLOSS Podcasts

Podcasts are an excellent way to learn new things and stay up-to-date on topics that you are interested in. If you are struggling to find Free/Libre and Open Source Software (FLOSS) focused podcasts, check out the following shows:

Advent of Computing
Sean Haas talks about the shocking, intriguing, and all too often relevant history of computing.
Backend Banter
Lane Wagner interviews successful backend engineers to get their takes on various trends, technologies, and career tips for new backend developers.
CoRecursive
The stories and people behind the code. Hear stories of software development from interesting people.
Craft of Code
Explore the people behind the apps and technology that bring cloud infrastructure to life. Through these stories, learn more about the craft that goes into the code that powers our world.
GNU World Order
An Internet audio show about GNU, Linux, UNIX, and other technical and geeky topics.
Going Linux
Larry Bushey and Bill Smith share what they know about GNU/Linux to help you take control of your technology and get things done.
Grumpy Old Coders
Podcast by Thomas Glaser and David Maier.
Hacker Public Radio
A Community Podcast Network that covers topics that are of interest to Hackers. These shows often focus on GNU/Linux and FLOSS software.
Happy Path Programming
No-frills discussions between Bruce Eckel and James Ward about programming, what it is, and what it should be.
Linux Action News
Weekly Linux news and analysis by Chris Fisher and Wes Payne. This show is part of the Jupiter Broadcasting network.
Linux After Dark
Every two weeks, Joe Ressington, Chris, Gary Williams, and Dalton Durst get together and talk about their recent Linux-related experiences, and discuss some of the more philosophical aspects of being a Linux user.
Linux Dev Time
Professional software developers Amolith and Kevin join Joe and guests to discuss developing with, and for, Linux.
Linux Matters Podcast
Alan Pope, Mark Johnson, and Martin Wimpress discuss the impact Linux has in their daily lives.
Linux User Space
Linux User Space is hosted by Leo and Dan, and every two weeks they deep dive into the history of Linux distributions and the things that matter to them.
Nextcloud Podcast
The Nextcloud Podcast interviews Nextcloud community members, contributors, users and others, keeping you up to date on what is happening.
Software Engineering Radio
A podcast targeted at the professional software developer. The goal is to be a lasting educational resource, not a newscast. Brought to you by the IEEE Computer Society and IEEE Software magazine.
Software Freedom Podcast
The regular podcast about Free Software progress and advocacy from the Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE).
Sudo Show
Brandon Johnson covers topics ranging from Open Source in business to Cloud Management, but he does not just talk about the technology. This show is part of the TuxDigital network.
Syntax
Full stack developers Wes Bos and Scott Tolinski dive deep into Web development topics, explaining how they work and talking about their own experiences.
The Admin Admin Podcast
A podcast for people that work in the world of IT. If you are a sysadmin or want to learn more about servers, this podcast is for you.
The Homelab Show
Tom Lawrence and Jay LaCroix deliver introductions to many of the projects that fascinate homelab enthusiasts, and go in depth on how to set some of these projects up from beginning to end.
This Week in Linux
This Week in Linux is a weekly news show that covers the latest news in the world of Linux. This show is part of the TuxDigital network.

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