This time I want to share my favorite podcasts with you. I started listening to podcasts only months ago.

During the last few weeks I was not able to watch television or sit in front of a monitor because of a concussion. Well, I shouldn’t do such a risky sport like Volleyball, I know. Because of that, the only thing I had left to do was listening to the local radio program or even better to some great developer podcasts.

And here they are, my favorite developer podcasts in no particular order:

Hanselminutes by Scott Hanselmann
Hanselminutes
Shows recorded: 398 since 2006
Regular show length: 40 mins
Content: starstarstarstarstar
Production: starstarstarstarstar
Commercials: starstarstarstarstar

Yet another Podcast by Jesse Liberty
YetAnotherPodcastShows recorded: 113 since 2010
Regular show length: 40 mins
Content: starstarstarstarstar
Production: starstarstarstarstar
Commercials: starstarstarstarstar

.NET Rocks by Carl Franklin and Richard Campbell
.NET RocksShows recorded: 926 since 2002
Regular show length: 55 mins
Content: starstarstarstarstar
Production: starstarstarstarstar
Commercials: starstarstarstarstar

Criteria

Content: Is it worth listening? Do they tell all over the same or is it really interesting? More stars means better content.
Production: How well is the recording done? Sound quality and or noise? More stars means better quality.
Commercials: How much is used for content instead of commercials? More stars means less commercials.

Please keep in mind that this is a very subjective rating. These are only my opinions and I really like all of the podcasts listed above.

Do you know any other interesting podcasts that I should listen to? Let me know in the comments.

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Claudio Bernasconi

Claudio Bernasconi is a professional software developer, Microsoft certified technology specialist, blogger, technology enthusiast and founder of CarParking Schweiz. Since 2010 he works for KMS AG in Lucerne, Switzerland.