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StackOverflow podcasts moving to IT Conversations

by Joel Spolsky
Thursday, June 05, 2008

Yes! I'm still doing those weekly podcasts with Jeff. We've already done eight of them.

We're moving, though, to IT Conversations, a huge network of terrific audio shows about technology. Just looking at all the great shows they have there makes me feel a bit like a kid in jeans and a T-shirt with a dirty slogan who just walked into Chez Panisse.

The new feed, IT Conversations-based feed is at http://rss.conversationsnetwork.org/series/stackoverflow.xml.

The easy way to subscribe is with ITunes, choose Advanced | Subscribe to Podcast, paste that URL in there, and you'll be all set.
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