Senior developers from the Suncoast Developers Guild team have curated a list of podcasts, books, websites, and even games that they recommend for learning and staying up to date with the latest in programming. This makes you relevant in the job market, productive, and the beauty of being in the development world is that you're a forever student.
So many of our students come to us and say they're looking to switch careers because they feel stagnant at their current job. They feel like they've hit a ceiling and there's nothing else to learn and nowhere else to advance. Fortunately, as time goes on so do technological advancements. To keep up as a developer, you have to be consistently learning and practicing.
Keep reading to get ahead on sharpening your skills and bookmark this page for later.
Software Engineering Daily: Technical interviews about a variety of software topics. Some of the most recent topics covered are "No code" and Roblox engineering.
Learn to Code: This podcast is perfect for beginner web developers and was developed by Laurence Bradford who is completely self taught.
Lambdacast: If you need programming concepts explained in every day language that you can understand, this podcast is for you.
CS Book Club: Their tagline is: "Computer Science for Everyone". Get a better grasp of understanding concepts like graph theory and computation.
Scale Your Code: Learn from the best developers in the world through interviews and tutorials. If you run into problems that seem impossible to solve, get insight from the pros who have been there too.
Thundernerds: Looking for something that cuts through all of the "fluff" out there today? Thundernerds focuses on real people, their stories, and what makes them tick.