by Quincy Larson

The freeCodeCamp Podcast is live. Here are 6 episodes you can binge-listen now.

The freeCodeCamp Podcast is now live. You can go binge-listen to the first 6 episodes in Apple iTunes, Google Play, or wherever you want.

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Here’s a list of the first six episodes:

Episode 1: How I went from Selling Food in the Street to Working as a Developer at Companies, Part 1 — Learning to Code

Art by Sebastian Navas

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Episode 2: How I went from Selling Food in the Street to Working as a Developer for Top Tech Companies, Part 2 — The Interview

Art by Sebastian Navas

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Episode 3: How I went from Selling Food in the Street to Working as a Developer for Top Tech Companies, Part 3 — First Week on the Job

Art by Sebastian Navas

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Episode 4: Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me When I was Learning How to Code

Source: freeCodeCamp’s Instagram account

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Episode 5: How I Got a Second Degree and Earned 5 Developer Certifications in Just One Year, While Working and Raising Two Kids

Photo credit: Beau Carnes

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Episode 6: Which Programming Language Should You Learn First?

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I love Podcasts and I think you’ll love them, too.

I listen to hours of podcasts every week. They’re a convenient way to learn new things when I’m running around and not able to read.

There’s so much idle time every day when I’m commuting, or trying to rock my new-born to sleep. Podcasts help me fill that time with stories from developers, and insights about technology.

This Venn Diagram shows all the situations where listening to podcasts can complement your other learning:

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If you’re new to podcasts, be sure to check out our podcast guide. It covers tons of great coding podcasts, and the best tools for listening to them.

Enjoy the freeCodeCamp podcast, and let me know what you think :)