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The NosillaCast is a technology geek podcast with an EVER so slight Apple bias. Since 2005, this weekly show has been produced by Allison Sheridan without interruption. She reviews gadgets and software with a focus on what problem they solve including accessibility. Every other week, Bart Busschots of the Let's Talk podcasts joins her for his Security Bits segment. You'll also get interviews from CES, NAB and the CSUN Assistive Tech conference.
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Chit Chat Across the Pond

Chit Chat Across the Pond is a combined feed of two shows hosted by Allison Sheridan. This feed includes both Chit Chat Across the Pond Lite, which is a tech-focused interview show with interesting people, and Programming By Stealth which is a serious propeller beanie show where Bart Busschots of Lets-Talk is teaching us to program. If only one of those appeals to you, it's probably best subscribe to that specific feed.
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Chit Chat Across the Pond Lite

Chit Chat Across the Pond Lite is hosted by Allison Sheridan and in this show, she interviews people in tech whom she finds interesting. It could be about web design, accessibility, photography, Linux, Windows, Mac, or iOS. We've even had great discussions on how memory works in the human brain. You never know what's coming in Chit Chat Across the Pond Lite, but it's always interesting.
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Programming By Stealth

Programming by Stealth is a fortnightly podcast where Bart Busschots of Lets-Talk is teaching the audience to program (stealthily) and comes with full written tutorials. Host Allison Sheridan is the student in charge of asking clarifying questions. The series as of 2019 has covered HTML, CSS, JavaScript and Bootstrap 4.
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Taming the Terminal

Taming the Terminal is an evergreen podcast in which Bart Busschots; of Lets-Talk taught the audience how to use the Terminal in macOS with host Allison Sheridan as the on-air student asking clarifying questions. Whenever possible Bart translated the instructions for Linux users and quite often for the Windows command line interface. The recording of this course was completed, but the content remains current.