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There are several podcasts with lectures from universities. I am looking for "other" podcasts.

So are there any non-lecture podcasts about compiler development?


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Below are podcasts on compiler development from Software Engineering Radio:

Oresoft Live Web Class:

Google Tech Talks:


Channel 9:


TWIT Network's Floss Weekly discussed related topics:

Computer Science Podcast has:

I am overwhelmed by this answer. The power of SE, right here. – Christian Jonassen Jan 9 '12 at 7:28
@ChristianJonassen Is there a particular reason why you are not interested in online lectures related to Compiler construction? The reason why I asked is because Coursera is about to offer an excellent free course on Compilers. Everyone interested in compilers should not miss this. – Anthony Aug 19 '12 at 23:28
Simply because I knew about (a lot) of them already. – Christian Jonassen Aug 20 '12 at 6:18

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