Dylan Wilbanks and Kyle Weems
Famed web cartoonist Kyle Weems and far less famed web geek Dylan Wilbanks ramble their way through the world of web design, web development, user experience, the Internet, and whatever else they end up tripping over along the way.
Trey Piepmeier, Daniel Warshaw, Cale Mooth, Jason Coleman, and Phil Barbato
Jawgrind is a show where 5 guys talk about and rate episodes of Star Trek: The Original Series. None of us are Trekkies (much less Trekkers), and none of us had seen many of the original episodes before starting this podcast.
We try to do a show every other week. Think of it as your own, private Star Trek book club.
Janae Cram and Kris MacNaughton
Kris and Janae squee, rant, rave, squirm, diatribe, and giggle over every geek topic imaginable — comic books, gaming (of all kinds), cartoons, cosplay, and so much more. Episodes are around an hour long and usually once a week.
Brandon Rosage and Mathias Eichler
Brandon Rosage and Mathias Eichler tackle the digital design and frontend development space with 60 minutes of talk about techniques and trends related to building amazing digital products.
View Source is a podcast that chronicles the ever-changing world of digital journalism, news applications and interactive narratives. Guests will tear apart their own work, explaining what they learned throughout the development process and what they would do differently with more time, unlimited resources and better planning. Each episode will tie together professional work with relevant training that listeners can utilize to improve their skills.
Jeff Croft and Matt May
The Weekly Chat with Jeff Croft and Matt May is a weekly show covering a wide range of geek topics. Generally recorded on Wednesday evenings, episodes are usually about one hour long.
Greg Aker and Bryan Helmig
Greg and Bryan work the Django beat with a weekly podcast that covers everything that is new in the world of Django. With regular guests and topics on a variety of subjects that matter most to the discerning Django developer.
Jeff takes on web design and development topics in short, ranty segments he attempts to keep under five minutes long. Published whenever inspiration strikes, this show is perfect for your coffee break or even, yes, listening to in the shower. You know you do it. We all do. Don’t be ashamed.
The interview show with Jeff Croft is a weekly conversation between Jeff and a guest — usually a web professional of some kind. Episodes are around an hour long, allowing for an in-depth look into the mind of experts.
About Third Avenue A new network of podcasts
Third Avenue Radio is a new network of podcasts created by Jeff Croft. Currently, we have just a handful of shows, but we are in the process of conceiving others on a wide range of topics. Please do get in touch and let us know what you'd be interested in hearing. We'll also be looking for sponsors to help keep this endeavor alive. Stay tuned for much, much more!
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- Server-Side Developer - Sr./Mid/Jr. at Chaotic Moon
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- Full Stack Engineer @ Funding Circle USA
- Front-end Developer at RED Interactive Agency
- Interactive Designer at Verve
- Senior Web Producer at E*TRADE
- Graphic/Web Designer at LLT Group
- Digital Creative Director at Freeman+Leonard
- Web Designer at American Institutes for Research