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The Best Podcasts of 2013

Find out about our favorite podcasts of this year

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Throughout the festive period you might have some time to sit back and enjoy some of your favorite podcasts. The Codeship Crew is big on listening to podcasts as they deliver constant learning material and it is always great to hear smart people talk. Here you can check out some of our favorite podcasts and episodes we recommend listening to.

Mo likes to listen to the "Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders" podcast by the Stanford University

Mo recommends: "Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders" published by the Stanford University

The Stanford University's podcast is a great resource for entrepreneurship. It focuses on sustainable success rather than short-term return.

Check out the podcast here: Entrepreneurial Thought LeadersThe Founder's Dilemmas

Flo likes to listen to the "The Changelog" podcast by RIZN Media

Flo recommends: "The Changelog" published by RIZN Media

The Changelog has awesome guests for every episode that really push the technology, but always stress the importance of Usability and really building a great product. I listen to all of them!

Check out the podcast here: The Changelog#89: Docker, LXC and dotCloud with Solomon Hykes

Manuel likes to listen to the "Shoptalk Show" podcast by Chris Coyier and Dave Rupert

Manuel recommends: "Shoptalk Show" published by Chris Coyier and Dave Rupert

I've been following Chris' CSS-Tricks for years. When he started the Shoptalk Show Podcast I immediately got hooked. In August 2013 we got the chance to talk to Chris and Dave about Continuous Deployment and Automation. Which we gladly did.

Check out the podcast here: Shoptalk Show083: Continuous Deployment and Automation

Clemens likes to listen to the "RailsCasts" podcast by Ryan Bates

Clemens recommends: "RailsCasts" published by Ryan Bates

RailsCasts a rich source of Ruby on Rails tips & tricks. Unfortunately it's not continued anymore, but nonetheless still worthwhile.

Check out the podcast here: RailsCasts#412 Fast Rails Commands

Alex likes to listen to the "Giant Robots Smashing Into Other Giant Robots" Podcast by thoughtbot

Alex recommends: "Giant Robots Smashing into Other Giant Robots" published by Ben Orenstein and thoughtbot

The Giant Robots Smashing Into Other Giant Robots podcast is a weekly technical podcast discussing development, design, and the business of software development. Ben Orenstein is great and I really like this podcast.

Check out the podcast here: Giant Robots Smashing Into Other Giant RobotsCode in a Bubble Bath

Ben likes to listen to the "Edge Cases" podcast by Andrew Pontious and Wolf Rentztsch

Ben recommends: "Edge Cases" published by Andrew Pontious and Wolf Rentzsch

The most nerdy and insightful podcast on (mostly) software development. i just love how they dig into every detail. <3

Check out the podcast here: Edge CasesARM Is Kind of Like Dark Matter

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Which podcasts are you listening to? We subscribed to tons but there are always new shows we would love to learn about! Please let us know in the comments or on twitter.

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