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Hey Ranchers. So nothing is better than a long drive hearing a monotone voice explain why the memento pattern is the most useful and interesting design pattern. On that note, what are your favorite programming and tech related podcasts?

I, personally, am a big fan of Coding Blocks as the 3 guys that put it on have a great rapport that keeps me from falling asleep on those long drives. They also talk about some of the great books that have been mentioned in this forum.

-Zach
 
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The only one I am listening to now is Software Engineering Radio.

For general security-related topics, I listen to Security Now.
 
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Software Defined Talk

Sadly, Java Posse is no more.  
Still find these funny, but now they are out of date Drunk and Retired
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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