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Let's learn about Podcast via these 184 free stories. They are ordered by most time reading created on HackerNoon. Visit the /Learn Repo to find the most read stories about any technology.

It's not a vlog, it's not a blog - it's a podcast. The illustrious audio-only medium.

1. The Making of The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners - Skydance Interactive Podcast

In this special episode of the Hacker Noon podcast, I talk to Mark Domowicz and Todd Adamson from Skydance Interactive, the acclaimed developer of The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners, one of the best virtual reality games on the market today.

2. Cycling's Tech-Driven Future: A Podcast with Lance Armstrong

A podcast conversation about the future of cycling through Technology, with Lance Armstrong and Terra API

3. Technology Trends for 2021: A Forecast from Hacker Noon’s Top Writers

I asked 10 of Hacker Noon’s Top Contributors to weigh in with their strategic tech predictions for 2021 — you can expect a 14-minute briefing on everything from recession startups and (self) edtech, to AI applied to end Covid-19 and the commoditization of Machine Learning.

4. Decentralization Debate Club: Blockchain, Autonomy, and DeFi

Has what started with Satoshi spun off into an hype-driven, ICO-indulgent startup industry of solutions for nothing? Or is blockchain technology and the mass decentralization it makes possible still worth the hype? Answered in 5 minutes by two top Hacker Noon Contributors, Mario Alves and Vladimiros Peilivanidis, scroll down and tune in for this special Decentralization Debate Club episode.

5. The 5 Podcasts to Check If You Want to Get Up To Speed on AI

From AI researchers to industry experts, tune in to these podcasts and explore the latest developments in the fascinating world of artificial intelligence.

6. Top 16 Podcasts Every Software Tester Should Check Out in 2020

Podcasting has been around since 2004, but now in 2020, it’s safe to say that we’ve entered the golden age for podcasting. According to Podcast Insights, there are over one million active podcast shows with over 30 million episodes. As with the growth of vlogging and youtube, podcasting has exploded because it’s one of the easiest ways for anyone to cultivate or reach out to an audience, no big-time contracts or middleman required!

7. How to Hack a Huge Career in Tech with PR Expert & Founder Sarah Evans

I sat down with Sarah Evans—tech industry PR legend and strategic communications startup founder—to talk all things branding and influence: from personal to B2B. You can watch the Youtube version of this podcast right here in this post, or grab the audio-only on Spotify, or over at

8. A Podcast with NIS America: How has COVID Changed the Gaming Industry?

In this episode of the Hacker Noon Podcast, I talked to Erin Kim from NIS America. For those of you that don't know, NIS America is the America-based counterpart of the Japanese game development company NIS (Nippon Ichi Software).

9. Youtube To - A Github Action To Automatically Publish Your Podcast

During the quarantine period, I started an Italian tech live show on YouTube and a podcast on Spotify and with some of my friends. The show’s called Schrödinger Hat.

10. Podcasts to learn code:’s Charles Max Wood on the power of podcasting

Charles Max Wood is the founder of, a network of podcasts which collectively reach an audience of 70,000+ programmers every week. Among the more popular podcasts are JavaScript Jabber and Ruby Rogues. Despite his huge listenership, when I interviewed him he told me he thinks that podcasts have yet to hit their soon-coming “heyday.”

11. The Ethics of Software Development with Uncle Bob Martin

The clip is an excerpt from episode 15 of the Level-up Engineering podcast:

12. Cardano Native Tokens: Good or Bad?

The CEO of Koinos Group explores the recent announcement of native tokens on Cardano. What does it mean? Is necessarily a good thing?

13. How One Bain Consultant’s Medical Debt Led Him to Become the Consultant For Aspiring Consultants 

Listen to the interview on iTunes, or Google Podcast, or watch on YouTube.

14. How I Compressed Each Podcast Episode to Less Than a Floppy Disk's 1.44 MB Limit

Do you want to learn about the history of computers? Are MP3 files just to darn big? Can you only listen to audio streamed off a floppy disk? Well, then I have just the podcast for you. Allow me to introduce Advent of Computing: extreme lo-fi edition. Each episode is guaranteed to be under 1.44 megabytes.

15. 3 Software Engineering Podcasts You Didn't Know You Needed

Here are 3 amazing software engineering podcasts recommendations that will help you become a better software engineer.

16. Black Mirror Tech IRL: Hacker Noon Writers on What’s Worrying in 2021

I asked 7 Top Hacker Noon Contributors to weigh in with their scariest tech predictions for 2021 — expect a 9-minute American Horror Story anthology on everything from AI and Privacy to the internet’s impact on the planet.

17. The NBA’s Microsoft Partnership, Kawhi’s Logo Lawsuit, and the Modern Reporter’s Techstack [PODCAST]

Listen on Spotify, iTunes, Google Podcast, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts.

18. Overcoming Imposter Syndrome in the Technology Industry

Hacker Noon Non-Technical Founder Podcast- Episode 53 Zack Hurley

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20. Listen to 50+ Episodes of Tech Interviews

Subscribe to the Hacker Noon Podcast on iTunes.

21. Growth Marketing for Dev Tools: Everything You Need to Know

Growth tactics that will help you market dev tools.

22. Company Growth Stage: From Startup to Growth and Exit with Cheryl Contee

Listen to the interview on iTunes, or Google Podcast, or watch on YouTube.

23. How Sustainable is Crypto Rewards for Content Creators?

The CEO of Koinos Group interviews the founder of gFam who's reward content creators with crypto

24. Meet the Writer: Anna Nadeina, Turning Experiments Into Growth Strategies

What it means to be a Growth Marketer for dev tools.

25. Why Dyslexics Make Great Spies and Security Professionals

Why dyslexics make great spies and cybersecurity professionals.

26. 10 Podcasts that Will Boost Your Growth in Business & Life

I have two degrees, one in engineering and one in marketing. But I've learned 10x more from listening to podcasts.

27. How to Build and Launch Products in 24 Hours with Zoe Chew

Natasha Nel interviews 6x Noonie Nominee*, Contributor, and Prolific Maker, Zoe Chew, to talk Product, Tech, Startups, and Marketing.

28. What's New: Means Of Creation Show Launch And Slack Group

Means of Creation with Adam Davidson and a new Slack community

29. 7 Reasons to Launch Your Podcast With 4-7 Episodes

Here, we are going to talk about a few solid reasons why you should launch your podcast with fewer episodes.

30. 5 Ways To Produce A Podcast That Stands Out Among The Rest

There is still space for high-quality podcasters. Take time to set yourself up for future stardom by following these successful podcast production secrets.

31. Brand Storytelling and Digital Publishing to Guide Your Audience

Brand Storytelling Agency and Custom Digital Magazine Publisher tells brand stories to connect businesses with their customers. Don't let your audience get lost

32. About Our Information-based Reality with Riz Virk

Episode 61 of the Hacker Noon Podcast: An interview with Author/Entrepreneur Riz Virk:

33. Top 22 NFT Podcasts For NFT Novices & Masterminds This Nifty 2022

We know you’re curious to learn more about NFTs. 2021 was a HUGE BOOM of nothing but ‘NFT this' and NFT that'- so which 22 podcasts should you listen to!?

34. How I Built a Demo App to Listen to 5000+ Hours of Joe Rogan With the Help of AI

I’m consuming 5500+ hours of Joe Rogan with the help of AI

35. How to Overcome Scaling Challenges in Technical Architecture

Find out how to set up processes, effective development practices & communication strategies to make design decisions and handle tech debt as the team scales.

36. How The Darknet Diaries Podcast Scaled from a Part-time Hobby to Eight Million Downloads

By Pam Moore

37. What Is Ethereum? Learning Crypto with Amy on The HackerNoon Podcast

Join Amy Tom as she asks ALL the questions about Ethereum to Andrew Levine, CEO of Koinos Group.

38. Interview with a Koinos Blockchain Architect: Nathaniel Caldwell

CEO of Koinos Group interviews co-founder and blockchain architect

39. Spotify's Backdoor: How Podcasts Could be the Platform's Downfall

The podcast market has been more consumed than ever, and the unpreparedness of music platforms, may lead to piracy within them

40. 3 Step Guide to Starting a Podcast

Nearly 55% people in America listen to podcasts each month, which translates to about 160 million people.

41. How The North Face Thrived Throughout the Pandemic: An Interview with Steve Lesnard

Steve Lesnard joined the Product Talk Podcast to discuss how The North Face not only survived the pandemic but managed to thrive during it.

42. Podcast Analytics: How to Accurately Measure Content Performance

The podcast industry is booming. Each week the number of Americans who listen to podcasts tops the number of those who have Netflix accounts.

43. The Push vs. Pull Life, India's Startup Economy, and Business Strategy w/Nataraj Sindam

In this three-part podcast, I had the pleasure of speaking to Microsoft Engineer Nataraj Sindam. In Hacker Noon's 2020 Noonie Awards, Nataraj was the 2nd runner up in the Hacker Noon Contributor of the Year for Business Strategy category.

44. How I Bounced Back from Failure: The Story of Zeke Pike

You Can Bounce Back From Anything

45. AI and Quantum Computing to the Rescue, or: My First AI-Voiced Podcast

Ever wondered what a podcast would sound like if it was hosted by an AI? Look no further. In this episode of Hacker Noon's Noonies chatcast series, Natasha Nel's AI alter-ego asks three top Hacker Noon Contributors which technological innovation they think will save the world and why. Buckle up for surreal meta moment from the future of robot podcasting.

46. An Underground Interview with John McAfee 13 Months Before his Death

John McAfee talks about making more money than God on the Hacker Noon podcast hosted by David Smooke.

47. Podcasting And Ethical Dilemmas

When starting a podcast, it is normal for a host to want to grow the podcast as much as possible. The desire to grow might lead a host to take actions that are not moral. A host has to keep in mind that taking these shortcuts are short-term solutions. Any misdeeds will either backfire or not help in the long-term.

48. Narrative Podcast: 8 Steps to Create an Immersive Show

Narrative podcasts create unique listener experiences. They're also more complex than standard interview shows. Learn how to make a narrative-style podcast.

49. How to Measure the ROI of Your Podcast: 7 Metrics Indicate Success

Want to keep track of your podcast's success? Read this list of seven ways to determine the ROI of your podcast and maximize your content strategy.

50. In Defense of Users' Right to Anonymity

In Techlore Talks #4, Henry and I discussed freedom of speech, anonymity on the internet, and the content moderation policies of online platforms.

51. How Alex Edmonds Went From a Statue of Liberty Costume to a Podcasting Career

can podcasts help developers, founders, and makers? Yes, yes and yes! Podcasts can actually help you with not only building a startup, but even for a product, a

52. Happy 1-Year Podiversary, Hackers!

Wow, someone pinch me! One year of The HackerNoon Podcast already?!

53. PODCAST: The 2020 Noonies are Here and Even Greener than Last Year

Tune in (iTunes, Stitcher, wherever you get your podcasts) for a nine-minute briefing on this year’s biggest, greenest and most independent tech industry awards: Hacker Noon’s prestigious #Noonies!

54. How To Solve Problems Like A Software Developer

Problem solving — technologists do it differently.™ I asked 5 top Hacker Noon Contributors to share their secret problem-solving frameworks, so that we can all learn to think like devs, during a time when troubleshooting skills couldn't be more coveted.

55. Podcasts have Enabled Newer Insights into Sex Positivity

Last year was a gamechanger for the entertainment industry. Why so? Because it was the year that podcasts hit their stride, with more than half of Americans having listened to a podcast and an estimated 32% listening monthly as of March of last year - the largest annual increase since podcast-related data started being tracked in 2008.

56. The Making of Arizona Sunshine - Vertigo Games Podcast

In this podcast, I talk to Arjen van Heck from Vertigo Games, one of the biggest VR game developers in the industry, and the renowned creators of the zombie apocalypse game Arizona Sunshine.

57. How Podcast Players Generate Revenue [General Overview]

The podcast industry is growing. The more growth, the more money will go into the industry. Podcast players make money from consumers and businesses through several methods.

58. Podcast - When Machine Learning Meets Privacy

This is the first episode of a podcast series on Machine Learning and Data privacy.

59. This Week's Top Technology Stories — But Make It Podcast

If you're one of Hacker Noon's 12,000+ international Contributing Writers, you'll be happy to hear we're adding yet another distribution channel for The Top Stories You Submit to this big green blob in the cloud. Our mission is simple: be the best place for technologists to publish online. The related causes we back here at Hacker Noon help make the internet a better place — from joining Mozilla's Fix the Internet Incubator, to working with Coil to help writers monetize their content, and donating funds to Better Internet-focused NGOs, like the EFF. In short? We're keen to keep independent internet publishing alive (and thriving). Another way we're working on that: Better Distribution for Every Story.

60. What Does it Take to Be an Entrepreneur?

Many of us are obsessed with the idea of creating something cool and being our own boss though we often forget to ask ourselves the tough questions.

61. Decentralized Discussions on the Hacker Noon Podcast with @MarkNadal and @DavidSmooke

Listen to this episode on iTunes, Google Podcast, Podchaser, Castbox, PlayerFM, TuneIn, iHeartRadio, Stitcher or wherever else you get your podcasts.

62. Headphones: The Secret to Intimacy

In this slogging thread, our community discusses their thoughts on the connection between headphones and intimacy and possible uses for this strategy.

63. How to Solve Real Problems so that Great Products Build Themselves

Natasha from asks Product Strategist Dani Laity to unpack the sustainable tech product strategies and monetization models powering Aurora Sustainability—2020 Noonie Nominee in for Best Use of Tech for Good in’s annual internet awards! 🚀

64. Prevalence of Podcasts in India

The podcast industry has a lot of things to offer in terms of content but the growth of this industry is slow in India. The key reason behind its slow growth rate is the adoption rate has been on the lower end. It came to know that the essence of the podcast is a question regarding getting people to listen to it.

65. Dealing With Narcissists: How to S.L.A.Y. Any Dispute

Rebecca Zung | Negotiating with Narcissists: How to S.L.A.Y. Any Dispute

66. "Python is eating the software development world right now"

An Interview with Talk Python to Me Podcast founder, Michael Kennedy.

67. How To Get Your Token Listed On A Crypto Exchange (Podcast Transcript)

Amy Tom talks to Yevheniia Shmelkova, the Token Specialist at Mysterium Network about crypto exchanges.

68. Spotify’s Joe Rogan Problem isn’t Going Away

This slogging thread discusses Joe Rogan's case and misinformation online, particularly through Spotify.

69. 20 Data Science Podcasts You Don’t Want to Miss

Podcasts have unequivocally become one of the most dominant forms of media consumption in recent years.

70. Data and DNA: Who Owns You?

Data and DNA: With corporations able to accumulate information normally considered private on both of these fields, who should own that data and thus you?

71. 7 Podcasts That Every Aspiring Entrepreneur Should Listen to

Podcasts are a fantastic method to keep learning, build abilities, and broaden our knowledge while still being enjoyable.

72. 10 Podcasts That (Happily) Steal 15+ Hours From Me Every Week

Everyday for the past few months, I wake up at around 5.30 am to prepare for my long glorious walk around this valley, as the sun rises and my brain, too, slowly wakes up. Most of my podcast consumption is concentrated in this 2-hour window. So today, I would like to share my top 10 favorite podcasts with you, ranging from contemporary culture to comedy to politics.

73. Hacker Noon Product Development Discussion with Product Team

LISTEN: iTunes

74. 15 Best SurveyMonkey Alternatives to Check Out for Building Better Forms

SurveyMonkey alternatives, eh?

75. How to Adjust the Blue Yeti Microphone Settings For Podcasting

Over the past year, I've made many audio mistakes and it has been fabulous for my career and growth. Here are the lessons I've learned from using the Blue Yeti.

76. Should I Use An Embedded Database In My Mobile Application? (Podcast Transcript)

Amy Tom chats to Jens Alfke about embedded databases in mobile applications and how they live within your application and sync to your server.

77. "The important question is not that it's decentralized or centralized...

...It’s that the potential for a monopoly is impossible.”—  Noam Levenson

78. Podcast Optimization and The Art of Networking: An Interview With Jordan Kastrinsky

Today, Jordan talks about the ins and outs of starting a podcast channel, the key to reaching out for interviews, & the most promising marketing trends of 2023

79. Another AI-Hosted Podcast: The Future of Tech Belongs To Its Builders

What are the best product development principles and processes for building a better internet? Those who design, decide. I may have trained an AI to host this podcast — but the tech industry insights inside are all 100% human. Scroll down and tune in for a far-reaching conversation with "me" — Natasha's AI alter-ego — and seven of's top contributors.

80. Women in Cybersecurity with SheSec Pakistan on The HackerNoon Podcast

Misbah Fatima (Head of Security) and Farza Ashraf (Security Analyst) from Idenfo and SheSec Pakistan talk about how we can increase the number of women in STEM.

81. What is Web 3.0 and Why Do We Need It? (Podcast Transcript)

What is Web 3.0 and why should you care? 🤨 Amy Tom talks to Jaro Šatkevic, Head of Product at Mysterium Network, about the evolution of the web and Web 3.0.

82. Pitch the World's Most Misbegotten Podcast

A listicle of unfeasible, unpleasant, and unproduceable podcast concepts, as nominated by the Hacker Noon top writers and editors Slogging community.

83. How to set up a Podcast Studio for Live Streaming

A summary of the video and audio setup I have honed over the past 18 months.

84. Top 5 Podcasts for Startup Founders

Top 5 Podcasts for Startup Founders in December packed with first-hand industry experience.

85. Divide et Impera: Tips On Content Creation From a Full-Stack Founder

When I'm working on any single project, I'm becoming bored pretty quickly. I'm sure that a lot of people will empathize with this feeling. When a project is fresh and new everything is interesting about it. However, when the newness is gone, and you're actually doing the day-to-day routine of just hardcore work, it can become pretty dull.

86. The Noonification: What is OpenAIs Whisper Model? (10/6/2022)

10/6/2022: Top 5 stories on the Hackernoon homepage!

87. How To Write a Whitepaper — The Decentralised Way

We dissect the evolution of the whitepaper, what these papers mean to crypto and blockchain platforms, and why decentralization should be more than a buzzword.

88. How Podcasts Make Money: A Guide for Complete Beginners

Do you want to set up your own tech podcast and make money from it? Let me teach you to successfully start your podcast in this article.

89. ChitChat with Czhang Lin, CEO of PIEXGO

Czhang Lin is the CEO of PIEXGO, a Singapore based global digital currency trading platform that provides a one-stop seamless experience for institutional and individual traders. Czhang joins Me today to discuss current crypto scene in South korea and his personal viewpoints regarding the blockchain market on an international scaleQ: Please give an introduction to PIEXGO and how does it differ from other trading platforms?

90. Some Tips on Podcasting

These tips are ideas to consider. A host does not need to do any tip that is listed. The changes may have no impact on the podcast at all. A host will only benefit from experimenting with each tip.

91. How to Monetize Your Podcast & Make it a Sustainable Project

Monetizing Your Podcast & Making It A Sustainable Project

92. How To Monetize A Podcast

Monetizing a podcast is different from monetizing an ebook or Saas product. The methods for monetizing podcasts are not as obvious as other internet content. In this chapter, I will go over the methods of monetizing a podcast.

93. How to Reach the Masses: Marketing to an Unreached Audience

Many Bitcoiners make the assumption that since they are interested in crypto, everyone else must be too.

94. How to Monetize Your Content As a Creator: Podcast Edition

To monetize content such as writing, video, or audio, creators have the same options; a creator can approach businesses or consumers. In this piece, I will focus on podcast hosts.

95. J.R. Martinez Talks About Learning to Reframe Your Trauma

J.R. Martinez | Becoming Resilient: Learning to Reframe Your Trauma

96. Building a Relationship with your Fans will Mean Support, Even When Things are Tough

Sophie Watts | Cultivating Success: The Importance of Community Within Content Creation

97. David Wachs | Resurrecting an Old Trend

What's Old Is New Again

98. Automate, But Don't Eliminate: We Still Need A Human Touch

Let's face it: for the business world, automation is like the flashy new $5,000 Weber barbecue you saw in your neighbor's yard last summer. You bought it because it seemed like the 'thing to do', but when it arrived at your doorstep, you realized – I've got no freaking idea how to use this thing.

99. How to Start A Podcast with 3 Simple Steps in 2021

Thought about launching a podcast but don’t know how? Maybe, you’ve come close but never have enough time?

100. Stop Fretting Over What You Can't Control

“We come into this world with nothing, and we'll leave with nothing on it. What will you be remembered for in your window of time?”

101. How To Catch A Whale

Why looking for whales is the perfect method for salespeople and how you can go about catching a whale for yourself to get your own sales career started.

102. Attracting Customers to Your Business | Foot Traffic Formula Founder Stacy Shares Her Insights

In my recent conversation with Stacy Tuschi, we talked a ton about the entrepreneurial journey, how to get started, and how to scale as you grow.

103. The Art of Creating Valuable Podcasts

We've made incredible leaps since the days of wireless radio.

104. Woke Capitalism and The American Dream

The Rise of Woke Capitalism

105. Building Great Things Before They're Built

Do It Before It's 'Cool'

106. Google Director Spills the Beans on Working for a Mission Driven Vs. a Business Driven Organization

Lars Bergstrom is currently Director of Engineering at Google, having previously worked for Mozilla and Microsoft.

107. How Much Exactly are Podcasts Able to Track us

Traditionally, the podcast ecosystem has been tracking-resistant, in part because podcasters release their shows through RSS, free technology dating back to '99

108. Entrepreneurs Don't Have it All Figured Out. They Learn on the Job.

What Entrepreneurs Learn On the Job

109. Pessimists Archive: The Ultimate Podcast for Techno-Liberitarians

By Brent Rose

110. How to Host a Solo Podcast

Some people that want to start a podcast feel they need a co-host or to interview someone to start one. When they cannot find someone, they give up. There is no need for a co-host or interviewee, but a solo host needs to prepare more before recording. To be a successful solo host, a potential host needs to choose a format for a podcast. While there are some advantages to having a solo podcast. There is an opportunity cost that comes along with the solo podcast.

111. Create a Podcast Player with React and AG Grid

Detailed instructions on how to write a podcast player, reading RSS episode feeds and rendered in a sortable and filterable data grid.

112. The Biggest Crypto Rivalry Just Blew Up – But Don't be Afraid

Daniel Roberts | The Biggest Crypto Rivalry Just Blew Up – But Don't Let It Scare You

113. "It's What You're Thinking. It's Not What You Have," — Founder on Courage & Resilience

What if that one thing we sometimes take for granted is exactly what we need to focus on even more?

114. Solving the Problem in America's Current Economy

In 1930, John Maynard Keynes wrote a short, seven-page essay titled Economic Possibilities for our Grandchildren.

115. Jimmy Esparza Talks About Building a Remarkable Resale Business

Jimmy Esparza | Boots on the Ground: Building a Remarkable Resale Business

116. How to Overcome Burnout While Staying Productive

This intense hustle can be useful at times, and it certainly is very productive, but it’s important to keep things in check.

117. Ryan Stewman on The Secret to Closing More Sales

Ryan Stewman | How to Close More Sales

118. Podcast Growth Tips: Use Surveys to Learn About What Listeners Want

A podcast host should always be thinking about the listeners when creating content. Some times a host has no idea what listeners want to hear on the podcast. Creating a survey is one method for getting listener input. A survey is an opportunity to get direct feedback from listeners. A host receives the exact answers that they want from listeners.

119. A Disney Animator’s Tips on How to Live a Life of Awesome

Saul Blinkoff | Be Sincere: How to Live a Life of Awesome

120. The Unexpected Success of Pivoting Your Best Asset

CTRL SHIFT tells the stories of an industry pro who pivoted in an exemplary way.

121. Negative Self-Talk - What's the Cure?

The Antidote for Negative Self-Talk

122. Take The Lead's President Gloria Feldt Says Empthy is the Most Important Skill You’re Not Developing

Gloria Feldt, President Of Take The Lead | The Most Important Skill That You’re Not Developing - Emp

123. How To Promote Your Podcast During In Person Events

To promote a podcast, a host must use every option available. One option is in-person events. There are several different types of events that a host can attend or host. These events take preparation, but the potential ROI may lead to more than listeners.

124. The Secret to Finding Your Purpose Is to Stop Chasing It

Perspectives on Finding Your Purpose

125. People are What Matter Most When it Comes to Scaling

Brian Scudamore | Scaling Secrets: It’s All About People

126. Why 50% of podcasters fail. Here's how we fix this.

This Slack discussion by Adrian, Linh and David occurred in hackernoon's official #slogging-beta channel, and has been edited for readability. Stay tuned for more infor on slogging (slack blogging).

127. How Finding Your People Can Help You Achieve Your Big Dreams

Got Big Dreams? Find Your Ecosystem

128. What's the Point of Facebook's New Meta Name?

This Slogging thread about Facebook's name change by Amy, David, Kien, Linh and Limarc occurred in hackernoon's official #podcast channel.

129. Vladimiros Peilivanidis has Been Living Solely on ETH Since 2017

Vladimiros Peilivanidis, currently in Greece, has been nominated for 2020 Noonies for contributions in the Decentralization and Future Heroes Award Categories. Read on to learn more about his thoughts on LSD, technological progress, and working for our mother, the machine.

130. Build on Top: Using Open Source Platforms to Increase Productivity

Open source is the modern-day realization of that utopian dream.

131. Talking With Jake Dunlap, CEO & Founder of Skaled About the Past, Evolution and the Future of Sales

Jake Dunlap, CEO & Founder of Skaled | The Evolution of Sales

132. Success or Flying into the Sun: Discussing Emotions and Modern Business

Grant Cardone | Success or Icarus: Hardships, Ego and Humility Within Modern Business

133. Exploring the Broadcasting Industry with James Mulvany

In this Slogging AMA, we had the pleasure of being joined by the founder and CEO of, and, James Mulvany.

134. How to Interview A Podcast Guest

The key to interviewing a guest is preparation. A host should prepare for an interview in several tasks before the interview.  such as research, mapping out the interview, and testing the software. This article will go over the basic concepts of interviewing. For those still on the fence about doing interviews. They will learn the benefits of interviewing along with the downsides. Then, everyone will learn how to find guests for their podcast.

135. Those That Work Together Win Together

Steve White | Working Together To Win Together

136. Field Notes from Using Video to Grow a Podcast Audience

The more content a host creates, the bigger an audience grows. With that in mind, a host should create videos to grow their audience. Videos are an opportunity for hosts to experiment as creators, and build bigger and more engaged communities.

137. A Beginners Guide to Developing, Recording and Releasing your Podcast

This is how I developed and launched my first podcast, The Brave, in under 2 months

138. Demystifying AI with Louis Bouchard on The HackerNoon Podcast

Amy chats with Louis about his content creation journey, what motivates him, and how he balances student life with YouTube video creation.

139. How Another Host's Podcast Helps Promote Yours

For many growth methods, a host can take action on their own. Working with hosts that have similar podcasts is another option. Two hosts can do a podcast to podcast promotion.

140. Deloitte's Adam Weissenberg  Talks About Planning for the Future as an Entrepreneur

Adam Weissenberg - Vice Chair, Deloitte | How To Plan for the Future as an Entrepreneur

141. Migration Makes My Skin Crawl: From SQL to NoSQL

Is database migration as scary as it sounds? Amy Tom talks to Matt Groves, Senior PM Manager at Couchbase, and Curt Gratz, Co-Owner of CKH Consulting.

142. A Snap Is Worth A Thousand Words (Podcast Transcript)

Is database migration as scary as it sounds? Amy Tom talks to Matt Groves, Senior PM Manager at Couchbase, and Curt Gratz, Co-Owner of CKH Consulting.

143. Lloyed Lobo Talks About the Community-Based Business Model

Lloyed Lobo | The Community-Based Business Model: Everyone Wins

144. Why You Should Think Like A Child

The Benefits of Thinking Like A Child

145. The Best Podcasts and Soundtracks to Listen to During Your Workday

The HackerNoon staff and community talk about their favorite tech podcasts, playlists, and even video game soundtracks that get them through the day

146. Oh Yeah, I've Heard of Algolia Before

This Week On Planet Internet, Natasha Nel, Kien Dao, and Amy Tom talk about validating startup ideas, structuring startups, and the latest startup funding news.

147. 10 Ways To Market Your Online Course

How does one decide on the best marketing channel for their specific business? How does one know the measure for success related to the marketing efforts? Whether you have created the game plan for marketing or still wondering where you should begin with, here we shall cover some of the helpful strategies for your business.

148. From Farm To Data - A Tech Career in Product Marketing (Podcast Transcript)

Amy Tom talks to Matt Groves, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Couchbase, and Rob Hedgpeth, Developer Advocate at MariaDB about their careers.

149. Handling Smart Contracts with Ioana Frincu on The HackerNoon Podcast

Ioana Frincu joins Utsav Jaiswal on this week’s episode of The HackerNoon Podcast to discuss DeFi, smart contracts, and OG crypto secrets.

150. Podcast Interview with Lead Cloud Architect, Sumit Agarwal, on DevOps and Testing

In today’s Quality Sense episode, Federico has a conversation about DevOps and testing with Sumit Agarwal, the Lead Cloud Architect for a global tech company.

151. Simon Prior Talks About Software Testing On The Quality Sense Podcast

In this Quality Sense episode, our host Federico has the pleasure of interviewing Simon Prior, who has worked across the cyber security, Retail, gaming, etc.

152. The Most Important Lessons for a First-Time Entrepreneur

The Most Essential Things to Teach a First-Time Entrepreneur

153. Values: What They Are and Why They Are Important

Dr. John Demartini | The Implications of Knowing and Living Your Values

154. Talking With Jager McConnell, CEO of Crunchbase - Using Intuition To Succeed In Business

Jager McConnell - CEO of Crunchbase | How To Use Intuition To Succeed In Business

155. How to Live in the Present: One Step at a Time

Dean Karnazes | One Step At A Time

156. Why it's Not a Good Idea to Quit Your Day Job Just Yet

Don't Quit Your Day Job (Yet) ft. Fiona Smith aka. The Millennial Money Woman

157. One of the Biggest Roadblocks is a Lack of True, Real, Leadership

Dr. Kimberly Janson | How To Unleash Your Leadership Potential

158. Quality Sense Special Guest Ashley Hunsberger On Agile Transformation

This week’s Quality Sense guest has been at her company now for 16 years, but in that time she has had the chance to assume several different roles that allowed her to explore her interests, lead others, and help the company grow. Ashley Hunsberger started as a manual tester and today, she’s the Director of DevOps Engineering, creating their Developer and Agile Advocacy program. She focuses on the ways they can advance the work their teams are doing, as well as the way in which they do it.

159. Every Career Starts with a Leap of Faith: Navigating a Career in Content Creation

After being diagnosed with a chronic illness at the age of 14, she worked diligently to bring positivity to the world through her art, personality, and content.

160. Think Like Einstein to Achieve Your Goals

Focus Like Einstein (And Win Big)

161. Quality Sense Podcast: Andrey Momot – The “Holy Trinity” of Software Quality

In this episode, get to know Andrey Momot, a QA Lead at WalkMe, the company that pioneered the Digital Adoption Platform to simplify user experiences.

162. She's At The Edge Of The Cloud (Podcast Transcript)

Amy Tom chats with Mark Gamble, the Product & Solutions Marketing Director at Couchbase, about Edge Computing and tiered data systems.

163. AWS Lambda: What Kind of Serverless Applications Can I Make? (Podcast Transcript)

Amy Tom talks to Pavel Denisjuk about AWS Lambda and serverless applications. Pavel is the Co-Founder and CTO at Webiny.

164. The Journey Of The CTO (Podcast Transcript)

What's it like to be a CTO? 😱 Amy Tom talks to Ravi Mayuram, CTO of Couchbase, about the CTO mindset, Ravi's career journey to CTO, and skill trends in tech. Amy and Ravi talk about education, trends in data, building trust, and more.

165. What is Data Science like at NVIDIA?

What is it like to work in big companies like NVIDIA, and how to get there?

166. The Existential Risks that Keep Me (And Podcast Guests) Up at Night

To date, I’ve had the opportunity to interview some of the world’s smartest and most considered folks focused on technology, ethics and the future of all of us on The Disruptors podcast. The conversations have been spectacular, to say the least. But at the same time, our future is fraught with challenges.

167. GitOps, Kubernetes, and Databases (Podcast Transcript)

Amy, Matt, and Curt talk about migrating from a SQL database to a NoSQL database, what happens when shit hits the fan, and assessing your database usage.

168. Community Governed Loans and Mobile Money in Nigeria with Adebola Adeniran on The HackerNoon Podcast

In this episode of the HackerNoon Podcast, Amy Tom sits down with Adebola Adeniran to talk about Money; specifically, mobile money in Nigeria

169. The HackerNoon Podcast: Let's Talk About Sec, Baby

Amy Tom talks to Jeff Morris, VP of Product & Solutions Marketing at Couchbase, and Mike Schwartz, Founder & CEO of Gluu on The HackerNoon Podcast

170. Document Databases vs Relational Databases (Podcast Transcript)

Amy Tom talks to Eric Bishard and Arun Vijayaraghavan about the differences between a Document Database and a Relational Database.

171. Growing @depthsofwikipedia to 500,000+ Followers: Wikipedia Meets Instagram on HackerNoon's Podcast

Amy Tom talks to Annie about how she grew her page, their obsession over cows, fun cows that have cameoed on Wikipedia, and everything about @depthsofwikipedia

172. This Week On Planet Internet, We're Breaking Up With Big Tech

We are cracking down on Big Tech. Amy Tom, David Smooke, and Hang Ngo talk about Biden's Executive Order on Big Tech, more space war dram, and decentralization

173. The State of the Russia-Ukraine War from a Ukrainian HackerNooner

We are aiming for $100 million of funds raised to help the Ukrainian army by the end of the week and we believe in the defeat of Russia in the near future

174. Is Rainbowification Controversial?

Amy Tom, Linh Dao Smooke, and Kien Dao have a thoughtful conversation about LGBTQ+ culture in the tech industry and intersect discrimination in the workplace.

175. The Implications of Serverless CMS (Podcast Transcript)

Amy Tom talks to Pavel Desjnuk, Co-founder and CTO of Webiny, and Richard Kubina, Full-Stack Developer Extrodinaire at Hacker Noon, about serverless CMS.

176. The HackerNoon Podcast: Managing Databases on Kubernetes with Anil Kumar

Amy Tom talks to Anil Kumar, the Product Manager at Couchbase, about becoming a Product Manager, writing his book, and creating a multi-cloud strategy.

177. Gathering Threat Intelligence to Strengthen Security

Nour Fateen, a Sales Engineering Manager at Recorded Future, talks to Amy about threat intelligence. They chat about the Threat Intelligence Lifecycle and more.

178. How to Recover from the Log4j Supply Chain Attack with Ilkka Turunen

In this episode of the HackerNoon Podcast, Amy Tom sits down with Ilkka Turunen to talk about Supply Chain Security.

179. What The Shell?! (Podcast Transcript)

Amy Tom chats with Michael Nitschinger, a Software Architect at Couchbase, and Jonathan D. Turner (AKA JT), the Co-Creator of NuShell, about Shell scripting.

180. Podcasting for Beginners: A Complete Guide For 2020 and Beyond [Step-by-Step Guide]

If you are in search of the next ‘big thing’ in your life, consider yourself to be a creative storyteller. And if you're passionate enough about something, put yourself out there and share it with the world...

181. The Dogecoin Salut on The HackerNoon Podcast

Welcome to this beautiful corner of the internet - Dogecoin meets partying & decentralization. Amy Tom talks to Gary Lachance, a Vancouver Dogecoin millionaire.

182. How Decentralized Can We Get in The Modern World? (Podcast Transcript)

In this episode, Amy & Sharmini (CMO at Mysterium Network) chat about whether it's possible to achieve anonymity and decentralization from the modern Internet.

183. Reviewing The 2020 Tech Lead Developer Survey by Couchbase (Podcast Transcript)

Amy Tom talks to Matt Groves, the Senior Product Marketing Manager at Couchbase, and Brant Burnett, the Systems Architect at CenterEdge Software.

184. What Is a Shitcoin? Learning Crypto with Amy

Okay, what the f is a shitcoin?! Amy chats with Ben Sunderland of Everscale and the Nevermind the Shitcoins podcast about... well... shitcoins 😂

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