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SAP / IT Podcasts (and some non-SAP) ...

Hello Community

I've been a big fan of Podcasts as a means to add some learning (or distraction) when I'm commuting to work or have some leisure time ...

I'm kind of curious whether other people in the SAP Community share the same experience with this medium.

I subscribe to a bunch of different Podcasts and depending on my mood or specific purpose, I tend to look for SAP / IT-related Podcasts or some of the other things that interest me. I thought it would be nice to share some of my 'Podcasts-of-choice' and offer others a chance to mention theirs ...

To avoid getting into an extensive list, I narrowed my List down to 5 IT-related and 5 non-IT-related Podcasts and provide their hyperlinks ...

Feel free to 'promote' some of your favourites ... Here goes :

SAP / IT-related :

  • SAP CodeTalk : The Podcast of the same YouTube-SAP-CodeTalk recordings. Obviously, you sometimes miss out on the visuals that are provided on YouTube ...
  • IoT Hero Show : Podcast by Tom Raftery (SAP) on IoT topics. Sadly no recent episodes as the last episode was in Dec.2017 ...
  • O'Reilly Programming Podcast : Podcast about new technology and patterns in programming languages ...
  • SAP Cloud Platform : Podcast about SAP Cloud Platform with information about new features and Interviews with people in the know ...
  • InfoQ Podcast : Interesting Podcasts on a broad range of IT-related topics.


Non-IT :

  • BBC4 In Our Time History : Podcast where several experts talk about key historic periods, cultures and venues ... Informative and often quite funny (thanks to the typical English sence of Comedy).
  • Rippercast : Podcast about new research and discoveries around the figure of Jack The Ripper and the Victorian Age. I've been hooked on this Podcast for many years.
  • Totalus Rankium : Two very funny guys that rank the different Roman Emperors through some crazy categories such as ''Fightius Maximus" or "Successus Ultimus" ...
  • Stoic Meditations : Some short Stoic (as in the 'ancient Greek Philosophy') texts, delivered by modern day philosopher Massimo Pigliucci. Just a short quote (and their meaning) in a few short minutes that can break through the stress of every day life ...
  • Librivox Audiobooks : Librivox offers free Audiobooks that are recorded in 'the public domain'. A lot of the classic literary works have been recorded as an Audiobook and this way you can get introduced to a lot of content you wouldn't naturally gravitate to ...


I realise I left out the new (SAP) Coffee Corner Radio Podcast that was recently created and mentioned in some Blogs, but it has received some attention already - and yes, I'm also subscribed to that one.

Happy (reading?) listening ...

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1 Comment

  • May 17 at 10:09 AM

    Thanks for sharing your list Nic and thanks for mentioning the (SAP) Coffee Corner Radio Podcast too!

    If you are interested in Tech podcasts I can highly recommend the Twit Network (especially the Security Now show). My favourite non-Tech podcast currently is the Sky Sports Golf Podcast... but only recommended for golf fans! :-)

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