I listen to a lot of podcasts to keep up with current technical information. It helps a lot since in my line of work one must be abreast of a lot of the most current trends and technical marketecture. Here is a list of my must-listen-too podcasts. I’ll continue to add to the list as it grows. I know there are tons of podcasts out there so if you want yours listed, shoot me a note. I’ll be adding my own soon, but thats like double top secret probation material for now. Furthermore, that little listing at the top of the page that says “Podcasts” will push directly to all podcast related threads so you can always hit it to see the updated list that I will keep live in this post.
Professional VMware’s Brownbag series – primarily focuses on VMware VCAP deep dives and lots of training for VCP/VCAP certfications. Damian Karlson, Josh Atwell, and Cody Bunch plus a host of others all contribute to a highly valuable resource for those of you deep into the VMware realm.
Speaking In Tech – Greg Knieriemen, Ed Saipetch, and Sara Vela have one of the more entertaining podcasts as the group has great chemistry, and great insights into the world of Enterprise tech, plus they get some really awesome guests
Packet Pushers: Greg Ferro of Ethereal Mind and Ethan Banks cover all things networked and networking. Highly valuable for all levels of networking knowledge. There are also several sub-casts that revolve around networking and security to check out.
Veeam Community Podcast: Rick Vanover is busy, traveling, presenting, podcasting and being all things Veeamish. Its not all backup, there is a ton of great material related to Virtualization and enterprise tech.
And a guilty pleasure, The Adam Carolla Podcast. Adam will make you laugh daily, and its great to kill time when driving long distances or flying. I often times find myself laughing out loud and getting puzzled looks from strangers. Go get some Mangria.
Edited to add MOAR!
Thats the list for now. As I said, if you want yours listed shoot me a note and I’ll throw it up there and give it a listen.