The podcast entry

Something that often comes up in discussion with developers is how to keep up on what's happening in Java. There are several podcasts I listen to regularly: all are available via iTunes, or directly from their web sites. If you have yet to discover this way of making the commute to work effortless, I highly recommend it.

Top of the list has gotta be JavaPosse. Four knowledgeable Java developers, Tor Norbye from Sun, Dick Wall and Carl Quinn from Google, and Joe Nuxoll from Apple sit around and discuss the latest events in the Java universe. Really good.

More on the fun side are the TWIT (This Week In Tech) podcasts, run by Leo Laporte. I'd recommend any of these, but I follow TWIT, MacBreak Weekly, Windows Weekly, and Security Now.

Drunk and Retired is full of juvenile humour and occasional insight from Cote and Charles, usually about development and development practices

LUGRadio is an irreverent, often funny but always rude look at Linux. Quality of the audio can be not so hot and the strong Pommie accents don't help. Wouldn't miss it, tho.

Finally, I enjoy a local - Gold Coast - production, Aussie Tech Head, just about things technical with an Australian flavour (and accent).

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