Podcasts | Hosts | Description/Opinion
There are a few podcasts that I listen to for personal enjoyment. They are more Infosec, Cybersecurity related but the stories and information are exciting and addicting.
Darknet Diaries | Jack Rhysider | So this is one of my favorite and anticipated podcasts. Each new episode I am super excited to see pop up. The episodes I would describe as journalistic research applied to hacker stories. The key feature of these episodes is the extremely well-constructed storytelling style of Jack, as someone on Twitter mentioned to me:
I always feel like he is telling me an InfoSec horror story while we are sitting by a campfire at night.— 𝕂𝐞𝐢𝐭𝐡 𝔸𝐥𝐥𝐞𝐧 (@weird_responder) January 10, 2019
Darknet Diaries is Personally one of my favorite podcasts and completely unrelated to Software or Web development.
Malicious Life | Ran Levi | So the hook that got me from this podcast was two-fold Darknet Dairies mentioned the Podcast (Mentions are how I usually discover new podcasts) AND the first episode was "Ghost in The Machine" my geek brain went..."Ghost in The Shell, hell yes!" So I got sucked into their historical archaeology style of Hacker stories. I feel like I walking into a museum dusting off some of those tour headphones and walking around a warehouse of cool hacker paraphernalia.
Wes Bos YouTube channel... So last article I mentioned Level Up Tuts by Scott Stolinski, well they are both part of the Syntax.fm podcast (which I also mentioned and is one of my favorites). Well, Wes Bos also does his own tutorials and has a website too. However, he also likes to make A LOT of free content and post it up on YouTube so if you haven't checked it out I definitely suggest it... example he hacks a drone with Node.js so...yeah there's that.
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