Technology has rapidly become an integral part of our lives, and as a result, the technology industry has grown to be one of the top industries today. Women have been making great strides in this field, but there is still much work to be done. With that in mind, this blog seeks to highlight some of the best podcasts for women working in tech.
Deeper Than Tech
The goal of this show is to help black women in tech understand how to navigate the tech space so that they can advance their careers as Software Engineers, UX Designers, Scrum Masters and so many more.
Together they tackle topics like being a black woman in technology, How to progress in an industry that wasn’t designed for black women in mind and helping you build confidence in your career as a software engineer.
The #WomenIntech Podcast is hosted by WeAreLATech’s Espree Devora and features inspiring Women in Tech from Engineers, Female Founders, Investors, UX and UI Designers, Journalists all sharing their story how they got to where they are today.
Espree is a superb host with an exceptional talent for eliciting excellent stories and thought-provoking insights from her guests. I hope to witness more of her amazing work! She is passionate, motivated, and committed to furthering the rights of women in tech worldwide. Impactful and inspiring!
Hosted by Molly Wood, Marketplace Tech explores how technology shapes our lives in unexpected ways. It offers context for listeners interested in the implications of technology, business, and the digital world.
Molly Wood’s thought-provoking podcasts make this show a must-listen. Expert guests provide valuable insights into the current state of the digital economy, making it an essential resource for tech fans!
Women Talk Tech Podcast
Every episode of this podcast is dedicated to highlighting the stories of women who have overcome great obstacles to succeed in tech. It sheds light on the various issues they face and the difficulties they encounter in their careers.
I’m a regular listener and I think it’s great! I’m grateful for the news about the progress being made in this field. The stories are always inspiring! Tune in to this podcast for 5-7 minutes and get a wealth of interesting information on noteworthy individuals, companies, issues, and trends in the tech world.
Startups Magazine: The Cereal Entrepreneur
Grab a bowl & dig into this! Anna Flockett, editor of Startups Magazine interviews the most innovative startups of the moment. She’ll stir in some startup lessons & failure fables as well as a sprinkling of inspirational advice.
This podcast explores how to thrive in the digital age while maintaining our humanity in the face of technological advances. It features lengthy conversations, making it an ideal choice for those seeking a top-notch tech review podcast.
Mums on Cloud Nine
Mums on Cloud Nine aims to inspire mums to progress their careers in tech from starting out to climbing the career ladder. They provide tips and insight on how to succeed in your career and overcome adversity that many women can face in the workplace. The podcast show is delivered by Heather Black, CEO of Supermums, a global brand supporting mums to upskill and transition into the tech sector.
The show is enjoyable, but also avoids becoming too serious. If you’re a fan of tech and want to learn more about programming and the software development community, you should tune in to the Cloud Nine podcast.
In:tech is the new diversity and inclusion podcast from the Tech Talent Charter (TTC). Hosted by Rebecca Donnelly, Senior Partner at Tyto and TTC board member, this podcast is for anyone who wants to make their organization more inclusive, diverse, and equitable but needs some help or advice.
With a series of high-profile guests who are leaders in the DE&I and tech space, they provide practical insights and concrete takeaways to help you move the dial. Podcasts like these are a kind of evaluation, analysis, and review. These reviews can not only help you make a purchase, but can open up a whole new array of opportunities.
The show is great because it is released regularly, ensuring listeners stay up to date on the latest news in the tech world.
There you have it, my pick of the podcasts I recommend you tune in to if you’re thinking of starting in tech or shifting careers.
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