How do you keep up to date with the massive amounts of technology when your life is already filled to the max? Have you tried listening to a podcast? The advantages of podcasts is that they’re short, concise and portable. I think these three qualities are critical to making a podcast useful. Using a portable device for this learning content will allow you to listen in your car, on transit, while walking, or doing chores around the house.
Here are a few you might want to check out:
Hear directly from an author about their book and the topic of the book. For example:
Technical Tips for Enterprise Business Intelligence by Mike Biere
Top Business Intelligence expert and author Mike Biere provides a blueprint for creating winning BI strategies and infrastructure, and maximizing the value of information throughout the enterprise. Two parts
Scott Laningham, editor of developerWorks podcasts, talks with thought leaders
in many fields, paying extra attention to the computing and software element with each
focus. This feed also features other developer-related podcasts from IBM. For example,
Steven Adler, Program Director for IBM Data Governance Solutions, talks about what companies face in the data governance space and some key elements in a successful program.
There are many other podcasts available. In my research I found it a bit overwhelming! On IBM’s home page, I did a search on podcast and come up 1.5m hits. You can get podcasts on Audible.com, itunes.com, and Books 24x7. So much choice!
I hope you have the desire to give it a try.