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What is Devchat.tv?

Devchat.tv is a collection of podcasts centered around having the conversations programmers want to have that allow them to learn, grow, and succeed.

However, because travel and availability of experts is at a premium, our shows offer a stand in for the conversations we wish we could have in learning about individual programmers, staying current on various programming topics, and catching the latest news in our communities.

We provide the water cooler conversations with the experts.

Devchat.tv shows cover a wide breadth of topics from deep technological topics to "soft skills" to career growtth.

​Because Devchat.tv produces high quality shows with expert panelists and the top minds from the community as our guests, we attract the people who want to learn from the people implementing the technology we use every day. We have listeners who have listened to us week after week for over 6 years.

Audience Profile

Because the podcasts include discussions relevant to modern web and mobile developers and the fact that we generally get the people building the tools and technologies people use every day, our listeners are highly engaged and committed to learning and building their careers.

​In terms of demographics, the Devchat.tv audience skews toward Millennials and younger Gen Xers who hold college and graduate degrees and live in North America or Western Europe.

​They work primarily in the fields of computing, information technology and engineering and typically earn more than $75,000 per year.

Age Demographics

Household Income

Educational Level

Industry

Job Title

Percentage

IT and Technical

61%

Computer and Mathematics

61%

Architecture and Engineering

38%

Education and Library

30%

Production

46%

Management

38%

Business and Financial Operations

15%

Arts, Entertainment, Sports and Media

15%

Life, Physical, and Social Science

8%

Administrative

30%

Properties

Below is a breakdown of each property:

JavaScript Jabber Podcast
My JS Story Podcast
Adventures in Angular Podcast
My Angular Story Podcast
The Ruby Rogues Podcast
My Ruby Story Podcast

React Native Radio Podcast
Freelancers' Show Podcast
iPhreaks Show Podcast
Video / Youtube Channel
Email Newsletter
Social Media

JavaScript Jabber

JavaScript Jabber is the most popular show on Devchat.tv. The show is a panel discussion with expert guests. It reaches programmers learning or coding in JavaScript. We talk about JavaScript wherever it runs and wherever people are writing code. 

The podcast is published weekly.

Content ranges from technical topics like testing tools, JavaScript libraries, and programming techniques; to "soft skills" like leadership, pair programming, and communication; to career planning, job hunting, and salary negotiation.

Because of this, the audience is highly engaged and loyal and very interested in JavaScript.

Geography for JavaScript Jabber

Country

Percentage

United States

41%

United Kingdom

6%

Canada

4%

India

4%

Poland

3%

Germany

3%

Australia

3%

Russia

2%

Brazil

2%

Ukraine

2%

My JS Story

​My JS Story is a spinoff of the JavaScript Jabber podcast where experts in JavaScript are interviewed by Charles Max Wood to uncover their journey into the worlds of programming and JavaScript. 

Guests are asked how they got into programming, how they got into JavaScript, and about their contributions to the JavaScript community. Topics of interest or areas of the story may be explored more deeply.

This show gives developers an idea of what it's like to be a programmer and Open Source contributor in the JavaScript landscape today by providing relatable examples of real life programmers.​

Adventures in Angular

Adventures in angular is a panel discussion show about Angular with expert guests and hosts. It reaches programmers learning or coding in Angular—the popular front-end JavaScript framework. Topics include testing, finding jobs, and building applications in Angular.

Adventures in Angular has done a live podcast episode at  ng-conf's—the largest Angular conference in the worldin 2015 and 2016.

Geography for JavaScript Jabber

Country

Percentage

United States

53%

United Kingdom

8%

Germany

4%

Canada

4%

Australia

4%

Sweden

2%

Brazil

2%

India

1%

Netherlands

1%

Norway

1%

My Angular Story

​My Angular Story is a spinoff of the Adventures in Angular podcast where experts in Angular are interviewed by Charles Max Wood to uncover their journey into the worlds of programming, JavaScript, and Angular. 

Guests are asked how they got into programming, how they got into Angular, and about their contributions to the Angular community. Topics of interest or areas of the story may be explored more deeply.

This show gives developers an idea of what it's like to be a programmer and Open Source contributor in the Angular landscape today by providing relatable examples of real life programmers.​

Ruby Rogues

Ruby Rogues is the original panel discussion podcast about programming done by Devchat.tv. Originally started by Charles Max Wood and James Edward Gray, it quickly became the most popular Ruby podcast on the internet.

The podcast has had the full range of creators and thinkers in the programming and Ruby space come talk about how to succeed and work in Ruby and programming in general. In fact, several of our listeners have stated that they do not work in Ruby, but find the concepts relevant to their chosen technology stack.​

The podcast is published weekly.

Content ranges from technical topics like testing tools, Ruby libraries and engines, and programming techniques; to "soft skills" like leadership, pair programming, and communication; to career planning, job hunting, and salary negotiation.

Because of this, the audience is highly engaged and loyal and very interested in Ruby and self-development.

Geography for Ruby Rogues

Country

Percentage

United States

55%

United Kingdom

6%

Germany

4%

Canada

4%

Australia

3%

Japan

3%

Brazil

2%

Sweden

1%

Netherlands

1%

Russia

1%

My Ruby Story

​My Ruby Story is a spinoff of the Ruby Rogues podcast where experts in Ruby are interviewed by Charles Max Wood to uncover their journey into the worlds of programming and Ruby. 

Guests are asked how they got into programming, how they got into Ruby, and about their contributions to the Ruby community. Topics of interest or areas of the story may be explored more deeply.

This show gives developers an idea of what it's like to be a programmer and Open Source contributor in the Ruby landscape today by providing relatable examples of real life programmers.​

React Native Radio

React Native Radio is the first show on Devchat.tv that was not started by Charles Max Wood. It's hosted by a lively panel of React Native developers led by Nader Dabit.

The podcast is published weekly.

Content ranges from technical topics like testing tools, React Native and mobile libraries and platforms, and programming techniques.

Because of this, the audience is highly engaged and loyal and very interested in React Native and mobile development with JavaScript.

Geography for React Native Radio

Country

Percentage

United States

47%

United Kingdom

7%

Canada

5%

Australia

5%

Germany

4%

Brazil

2%

Sweden

2%

India

2%

Spain

2%

Japan

1%

Freelancers' Show

​The Freelancers' Show is focused around how to succeed at and start freelancing. The hosts are all veteran consultants who have tried many things and learned what works to win at independent work.

The podcast is published weekly.

Content ranges from business topics like marketing, planning, and automation; to specific problems like collections, billing, and time management; to lifestyle areas like work/life balance, self care, and personal satisfaction.

This audience is a blend of people who want to go freelance, who are trying to level up their freelance business, and small business owners.

Geography for The Freelancers' Show

Country

Percentage

United States

51%

United Kingdom

7%

Canada

5%

Germany

5%

Australia

2%

Spain

2%

Japan

2%

France

1%

Sweden

1%

India

1%

The iPhreaks Show

The iPhreaks Show is a podcast focused on iOS and mobile development. The show invites experts from around the iOS development community to share their expertise with the audience and the panel.

The podcast is published weekly.

Content ranges from technical topics like testing tools, xcode and IDEs, and programming techniques; to "soft skills" like leadership, pair programming, and communication; to career planning, job hunting, and salary negotiation.

Because of this, the audience is highly engaged and loyal and very interested in iOS development.

Geography for The iPhreaks Show

Country

Percentage

United States

48%

United Kingdom

7%

Germany

5%

Australia

4%

Canada

4%

Russia

2%

Sweden

2%

Japan

2%

Brazil

2%

Netherlands

2%

The Devchat.tv Newsletter

Published weekly, the newsletter includes links and news from the Devchat.tv podcasts, as well as messages from sponsors.

Video / YouTube

The YouTube channel was originally a secondary publication source but recently has become a focus for Devchat.tv.

We are launching 3 new daily shows discussing Ruby, JavaScript, and Angular and anticipate rapid growth and adoption across all shows.

Topics range from technical advice on automated testing and creating mobile apps; to tips on getting started as a programmer and landing a better job; to“soft skills” like teamwork and dealing with difficult coworkers; and much, much more.

Social Media

Charles Max Wood has over 36,000 followers on Twitter. The other shows' accounts have a combined following on Twitter of over 30,000.

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