By Scott Hanselman
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Hanselminutes - Fresh Air for Developers is a weekly talk show that brings interesting people together to talk about the web, culture, education, technology and more. Hosted by Scott Hanselman, this show promises fresh ideas and great people.
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This .NET podcast has a very practical, give-you-lots-of-information approach. Just about every episode introduces me to some fantastic new piece of technology: "Oh my gosh, Watir sounds fantastic!", "How have I lived my whole life without Monad?", "I have got to go home and turn my XBOX 360 into a media center!", etc. It is very similar to drinking from a firehose. I can't possible check out every link he mentions, but almost every show I learn something that makes my life as a .Net developer easier. In addition, the audio quality is very good, and the host Carl Franklin (of .Net Rocks) is very good at keeping the show moving along.
Always interesting... always good!
I never miss this podcast. It's just too good. The topics vary widely which is very refreshing in comparison to many tech podcasts. No matter what the topic, it's always thought-provoking and typically delves into an area that is fairly bleeding edge (e.g. Monad/Powershell). Scott Hanselman is always well-prepared for each show and has tons of related links to share, and he and Carl Franklin keep it informal and concise. It's a great podcast and Hanselman really has attained superstar geek status. He knows his stuff and it shows.
Excellent, reasoned podcast
Happened across this podcast, a very useful hour. First episode was on Open Source, and covered a lot of the licensing questions there.