18 Dec 2017

Top 5 Podcasts during Christmas


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We at Edument would like to thank you for this year and wish you  a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year with our top 5 Podcasts list!

Podcasts are a great way to both make time pass and have company  while doing the boring tasks in life. We've made this list with some of  our favorite podcasts about programming, scrum and tech. Enjoy the  dishes! 


JavaScript Jabber
A weekly podcast in English about JavaScript. This show will keep you updated on everything going on in the JavaScript world!

Software Engineering Radio
Are you a programmer and want to listen to new trends, tutorials, or  interviews, then this is the podcast for you! Every 10 days there is a  fresh episode, in english and targeted at professional software  developers.

NET Rocks!
Weekly  podcast in English for anyone interested in programming with .NET. They  describe the podcast as a mix between general geekiness and information  about .NET.   

Hanselminutes
Podcast  with the intention to bring interesting people together and talk about  web, culture, education, and technology. An English podcast that is  recurring every week and many people´s favourite, maybe it will become  yours too?

The Happy Melly Podcast
The Happy Melly intends to be the first Podcast dedicated to sharing  happiness at work! The broadcaster interviews different authors,  entrepreneurs, and industry experts every week to find out how they  create a happier workplace.


MERRY CHRISTMAS & HAPPY NEW YEAR!
from Edument

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