Computer Science & Engineering


Base.cs Podcast

Base.cs Podcast is a beginner-friendly computer science lessons based on Vaidehi Joshi’s base.cs blog series, produced by CodeNewbie. They go in depth about many different techniques used in the field such as heaps, Dijkstra’s algorithm, and much more. There is a lot to learn from the 9 seasons it currently has.

Coding Blocks

Coding Blocks is a website with a collection of different podcast and documentations that allow you to learn how to become a better software developer.

Data Skeptic

Data Skeptic is a weekly show bringing you interviews and discussions of topics in data science, machine learning, statistics, and artificial intelligence. Like other podcasts, they bring in experts on the subject to answer and talk about questions that arise.

Developer Tea

Developer Tea is the perfect fit for a podcast to listen to in your break time. Its episodes focuses in various interesting and worth-to-listen topics or ideas! Developer Tea started at 2015 in order to help engineers and developers to find insights, new perspective, and a clear purpose in regular short bursts of high-value content. Some episodes lasts for 8-10 minutes (some longer), but every podcast is compacted with great content!

Herding Code

Scott Allen, Kevin Dente, Scott Koon and Jon Galloway run Herding Code podcasts from The United States. They talk everything about technology and even invite experts who are just as excited and passionate about technology as they are. Podcasts uploads are weekly.

If You Were an Engineer

The aim of this podcast is to share the ingenuity of young people, the engineers who have inspired them and the stories from the engineers who have built those ideas! Each episode comes with additional material to support the things you learn. Podcasts are uploaded weekly in Apple podcasts, Breaker, Spotify and Google podcasts.

Java Posse

The Java Posse consisted of four veteran Java software architects (now disbanded) that loved to talk about the programming language Java and other technology related topics.

Partially Derivative

Partially Derivative is a podcast hosted by Chris Albon, Jonathon Morgan, and Vidya Spandana. They discuss various data science related topics.

Programming Throwdown

Programming Throwdown educates Computer Scientists and Software Engineers on many different programming and tech topics. Every show will cover a new programming language, so listeners will be able to talk about any programming language. They sit down with experts in the field and ask them intriguing questions that listeners may have wanted to ask about the topic.

Soft Skills Engineering

Soft Skills Engineering is also a weekly advice podcast for software developers. The show’s hosts are experienced developers who answer your questions about topics like pay raises, hiring and firing developers, and technical leadership.

Software Engineering Radio

Software Engineering Radio or SE-Radio talks about software engineering especially for professional software engineer or others who aspire to be! It is managed by the volunteers and staff of IEEE Software. Every month, SE-Radio will update with a new podcast, interviewing experts and talk about things that matter to a software developer. This is a great podcast for software engineer to listen to or spend time productively.

Talk Python To Me

Talk Python to Me is a weekly podcast hosted by Michael Kennedy. The show covers a wide array of Python topics as well as many related topics such as DevOps. The format is a casual 45 minute conversation with industry experts.

The Civil Engineer Podcast

The Civil Engineering Podcast provides engineering career advice and success stories specifically for civil engineers, dedicated solely to helping them create extraordinary careers and lives!

Civil engineers Anthony Fasano, PE and Christian Knutson, PE host the show and showcase civil engineering projects and professionals.

Almost 200 episodes, updated every two weeks, and available on many podcast apps, find yours at

The Engineering Career Coach

The Engineering Career Coach Podcast is dedicated to helping engineers and assist them in choosing careers. With over 250 episodes covering from the basics to how to get promoted to engineering director. The show was recently cited by Forbes as one of the 15 most inspiring podcasts for professionals.

It is available on many podcast platforms, find yours here:

The Engineering IRL Podcast

The Engineering IRL podcast helps improve problem solving skills for all people by breaking down engineering design concepts and applying them to real life. Engineers are the professional problem solvers and they solve both simple and complex problems.

Use this engineering podcast to learn passively and gain some insights to problem solving ideas and techniques you can use in real life. Not only technical training, but real tactics, mindsets, philosophies, ideas and tools to improve your career and your problem solving skills. Updated bimonthly, almost 50 episodes, and available on many podcast apps:

Updated bimonthly, almost 50 episodes, and available on many podcast apps:

The Engineers Collective Podcast

Engineering affects everyone’s lives. From roads and railways we travel on, to the water we drink and the electricity we use, engineers are the providers. But the job is getting harder; resources are getting scarce; cities are filling up. Roads are congested. Railways are at capacity. New and innovative solutions are going to be needed. The Engineers Collective is the podcast for those who are curious about the future and how engineers will keep our towns and cities running.

In each episode members of the New Civil Engineer editorial team are joined by industry guests to discuss key topics impacting our industry. Infrastructure news and insight with New Civil Engineer’s Editor Claire Smith, Features Editor Nadine Buddoo, and News Editor Rob Horgan. Powered by Bentley Systems. Updated every two weeks, with almost 50 episodes.

Available on: AppleSpotifyAmazon Music

This Developer’s Life

They sit down with developers to hear about how their decision/actions affected their life and bring a new light to what you might have thought to be a boring job. These developers have been through a lot and they are sharing their stories based on questions/topics during each podcast.

STEM Sessions

A careers podcast for teachers and young people’s influencers. STEM Sessions puts a spotlight on STEM careers in the UK. Every episode, they’ll be talking to one of our London based STEM Ambassadors, who are real people that work in STEM and also volunteer in schools to inspire and inform young people. You’ll get to find out more about their job, how they got there and how young people today can get there too!

Talking Machines

Talking Machines is your window into the world of machine learning. Your hosts, Katherine Gorman and Neil Lawrence, bring you clear conversations with experts in the field, insightful discussions of industry news, and useful answers to your questions. Machine learning is changing the questions we can ask of the world around us. Here, we explore how to ask the best questions and what to do with the answers.

The Structural Engineering Podcast

The Structural Engineering Podcast is a weekly podcast that takes on everything about structural engineering with professional industry leaders and more, ranging from various topics to experiences for new engineers. This podcast is presented by Max Loeb and Zach Bowden.

Designed for Life

‘Designed for life’ aims to entertain, inform and inspire, bringing the worlds of business and industry together. Design and Technology is a wide-ranging curriculum subject that, along with qualifications in other facilitating subjects, can open doors to students across an ever-increasing breadth of careers.

Engineering Reimagined

The Engineering Reimagined podcast series explores how, like engineers, everyday people are reimagining the future and their leadership roles in it.