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List of the Best React Podcasts

List of the Best React Podcasts

In this blog post, you'll discover the best podcasts for React developers, learn about's podcast series, and gain insights on how to apply for job listings.
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Every day, dozens of podcasts are being published. It's possible to find a podcast on almost every topic imaginable, such as software, entrepreneurship, economics, psychology, history, and more. Especially in the technology field, the number of podcasts being released is quite high. The ability to follow podcasts during long journeys, walks, workouts, or any other physical activity is particularly advantageous for those who don't have much time.

In this article, we will talk about the best podcasts for React developers. We've gathered podcasts that focus on software development, particularly React development, as well as those that provide benefits to the entire software development process.

Many of the podcasts listed in our article continue to actively broadcast, releasing new episodes at regular intervals and engaging with their listeners. While some other podcasts may have ended their broadcast life and no longer release new episodes, they still offer expert insights into various topics, especially those relevant to software developers, particularly those working with React, with their existing dozens or even hundreds of episodes. The experiences of developers provide invaluable advice for those starting their careers in software development.

If you're not familiar with listening to podcasts, you can listen to the broadcasts listed in our podcast list for developers on different platforms. Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and Google Podcasts are the most common options for listening to podcasts. Some podcasts can also be listened to through their own websites, specialized platforms for podcast publishing, or video sharing sites like YouTube.

If you're ready, come take a look at our list where we've compiled the best podcasts for React developers.

The React Podcast

The React Podcast, prepared by Michael Chan, is an unmissable resource for React developers. Each episode of The React Podcast features different developers from the React community as guests. Unfortunately, The React Podcast is among the podcast series that are no longer active. With its 123 published episodes, The React Podcast awaits listening for React developers.

Platforms you can listen on: Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts

React Round Up

React Round Up, one of the podcasts that is currently continuing its broadcast, addresses its listeners with over 260 episodes. The hosts of React Round Up, Jack Herrington, Paige Niedringhaus, and TJ VanToll, welcome many guests from the software development industry on their show. While the trio serves as the main hosts of the series, the episodes are conducted in a panel format with a wide variety of hosts and guests.

Platforms you can listen on: Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts

The React Show

The React Show, prepared by Thomas Hintz, explores React programming and software engineering, and how these skills can be effectively utilized in daily life. Thomas frequently features a guest on his episodes, and he releases a new episode of The React Show every Friday. With over 100 episodes already aired, this podcast series is a great choice for React developers. You can listen to the episodes on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and YouTube, or directly from The React Show website.

Platforms you can listen on: Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts


Describing itself as “Tasty Treats for Web Developers Podcast”, Syntax is presented by Wes Bos and Scott Tolinski. The duo releases 3 different episodes per week and has already produced over 680 episodes, with plans to continue increasing this number. They cover a wide range of topics that will appeal to developers, in addition to React, in their episodes.

Platforms you can listen on: Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts

JS Party

JS Party, which is released weekly, offers entertaining content in the field of JavaScript and web development technology. Approaching its 300th episode, JS Party boasts a quite large hosting team. Episodes featuring guests alongside the hosts, especially those related to React, are just right for you.

Platforms you can listen on: Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts

React Native Radio

Presented by Jamon Holmgren, Robin Heinze, and Mazen Chami, React Native Radio has had a long-running broadcasting life with over 250 episodes. Hosts and their accompanying guests discuss almost every topic related to React Native on the show.

Platforms you can listen on: Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts

The React Native Show

In The React Native Show podcast series, prepared by Callstack, enlightening conversations about the React Native ecosystem are featured. The series is currently ongoing.

Platforms you can listen on: Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts


Although software development and design are the main topics, Iteration also discusses React, React Native, JavaScript, Rails, design, business, and startups. Unfortunately, Iteration is no longer active, but it has dozens of episodes awaiting its listeners.

Platforms you can listen on: Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts

Modern Web

The rapid development of web development technologies, especially front-end frameworks, requires developers to constantly keep themselves updated. Modern Web Podcast emphasizes the importance of learning the right things instead of trying to learn everything when there's so much to learn. They delve deep into modern web technologies along with their guests in their episodes.

Platforms you can listen on: Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts

Frontend Happy Hour

Frontend Happy Hour, which has been airing weekly since 2016, features a panelist team consisting of developers working at Silicon Valley companies such as Netflix, Twitch, Atlassian, Evernote, and LinkedIn. With its 160 episodes, Frontend Happy Hour actively produces new episodes focusing on topics such as JavaScript, software engineering, and career development.

Platforms you can listen on: Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts

React Native Nerds

React Native Nerds, prepared by Spencer Carli and Jonathan Wheat, has 30 episodes focusing on React Native. Although the series is not currently actively broadcasting, its existing episodes cover topics that are quite beneficial for developers.

Platforms you can listen on: Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts

React Wednesdays

Hosted by TJ VanToll, React Wednesdays aired over 60 episodes between 2020 and 2022. Although the series is not currently ongoing, each episode covers various topics about React and software development with changing guests. Even though React Wednesdays conducted its broadcasts visually on Twitch, it deserves a place on this list due to its content.

Platforms you can listen on: Web Sitesi

Software Engineering Daily

The series, which is aired daily, features technical discussions about software development. Software Engineering Daily, which is actively continuing, is one of the broadcasts that software developers or those aspiring to be should follow.

Platforms you can listen on: Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts

The Undefined Podcast

The Undefined Podcast, prepared by Jared Palmer and Ken Wheeler, covers many different topics of interest to JavaScript developers in its episodes. Although its latest episode was aired in 2020, Undefined Podcast is still a recommended series for developers.

Platforms you can listen on: Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts


PodRocket, prepared by Ben Edelstein, co-founder of LogRocket, and his engineering team, focuses on frontend web development. Since 2020, it has aired over 400 episodes. With guests from the software industry, PodRocket covers many enlightening topics for those working in web development.

Platforms you can listen on: Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts


Codefiction, which is published in Turkish, covers many topics of interest to programmers. Currently continuing its broadcast, Codefiction is a great resource for both aspiring programmers and experienced developers, with over 750 episodes. In Codefiction episodes, various topics are discussed, ranging from new technologies in the software industry to challenges one may encounter in the sector.

Platforms you can listen on: Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts

Code Name: Podcast Series

The podcast series prepared by along with Eran Filiba serves as a guide for those who are new to the software industry or aspiring to step into it. In each episode of the podcast series, experienced professionals from the industry are guests, and various topics that will help you in your career journey are discussed comprehensively. Episodes await you where you can gain insights about different areas you can work in as a software developer and learn from the experiences of those who have already walked this path that you're just beginning. Here are 5 episodes selected from the Code Name: podcast series for you:

  • What Experienced Software Developers Recommend? | Deniz İrgin
    In this episode, we listen to the experiences Deniz İrgin has gained in the software profession since 2007, as the VP of Engineering at
  • How to Become a Front-end Developer? | Hatice Edis
    If you have questions about becoming a front-end developer, in this episode, front-end developer Hatice Edis answers these questions with her experiences.
  • Being a Software Developer in the Gaming Industry | Mustafa Köse
    Mustafa Köse, the CTO of Masomo, one of the successful companies in the gaming industry, discusses the technologies they use in their game development journeys, the different roles within the team, and the joys and challenges of game development.
  • Learning Software through Bootcamps | Okan Ay
    Okan Ay, the Managing Partner of, shares the story of and discusses what aspiring individuals should pay attention to when stepping into the software industry through bootcamps and how to make the most of bootcamps.
  • How to Choose Software Learning Resources? | Kasım Adalan
    Kasım Adalan, who teaches software on Udemy and bootcamps, explains how to choose the right resources among the abundance of software learning sources available on the internet.

Platforms you can listen on: Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts

There are plenty of resources available on the internet for software developers. However, the content that will guide you in the most accurate way into the software industry is available on You can start learning software development by participating in Techcareer's free Bootcamp courses. After completing your training, you can obtain job opportunities.'s podcast series called 'Code Name' meticulously prepared about the software industry is waiting for you.


Are podcasts a good resource for software developers?

Podcasts can be valuable resources, especially for sharing the experiences of experts in the field. They can be inspiring for both beginners and those already working in the software industry.

Where can I apply for job listings?

If you have career goals in the technology field, you can access job listings on You can find carefully selected job listings by on the job listings page.

What qualifications do I need to apply for job listings?

Anyone can apply for the job listings on Each listing is tailored to candidates with different qualifications based on the needs of the position. You can find suitable listings based on your knowledge and experience, and apply accordingly.

Can I apply for job listings as a junior candidate?

Certainly, you can apply for job listings as a junior candidate. You can find job listings suitable for all experience levels on's job listings page. Simply go to the page and use the filters at the top to select your experience level, and the listings will be sorted accordingly to show you suitable options.

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