The Real Python Podcast is finally live! Tune in for interesting guests, interviews with expert Pythonistas, and lots of behind-the-scenes with the Real Python Team.
Today we’re officially launching the Real Python Podcast, a new (and freely accessible) podcast for Pythonistas like you.
This has been in the making for a while, and both Christopher and I are super proud to finally release the first episode to you this week.
We’ll have a roster of interesting guests for you, interviews with expert Pythonistas, and lots of behind-the-scenes with the Real Python Team.
Here’s more info about the show and how you can listen to it:
What Is the Real Python Podcast?#
It’s a free, weekly show with interviews, coding tips, and conversation with guests from the Python community, hosted by Real Python’s Christopher Bailey.
We’ll cover a wide range of topics including Python programming best practices, career tips, and related software development topics. And take a look behind the scenes at Real Python.
So join us to hear what’s new in the world of Python programming and become a more effective Pythonista.
How Can You Listen to the Show?#
The show is available now on all common podcast directories, like Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, and so on. Simply launch your favourite podcast listening app and search for “Real Python”.
Or alternatively, you can listen online at realpython.com/podcast
When Does the Show Launch?#
As of Friday, March 20, 2020 the Real Python Podcast is available on all common podcast directories. So warm up your podcast apps 🙂
We Want to Hear From You!#
This is a podcast by the community, for the community. And we want you to be involved, we want to hear your feedback, and we want to make the podcast better and better over time.
How Can You Support the Show?#
Subscribe using your favorite podcast app, leave a review for the podcast on Apple Podcasts or other directories, and tell the world about the show on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter.
Here’s the link to the podcast and the show notes again:
— Dan Bader