Late Night Linux is a podcast that takes a look at what’s happening with Linux and the wider tech industry. Every week, Joe, Félim, Graham and Will discuss the latest news and releases, and the broader issues and trends in the world of free and open source software. Expect drinking, swearing, strong opinions, and Félim being trolled about AI and the cloud.
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Sorting Python imports, searching open tabs and history etc in Firefox, configuring proprietary headsets on the command line, Fedora on an M1 Mac, digital archaeology, Slackware on easy mode, Félim fails at Linux, and loads more. more
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More politics than tech.
The other reviews describe the problems I have listening to this podcast. There is no voice of the security conscious here, the hosts come across arrogant, and the one spends more time talking about his communist ideals than the technical subject matter.
Four guys swearing their way through 30 minutes of Linux banter isn’t everyone’s cup of tea but despite the profanity I enjoyed it at first. I’m keen to know more about Linux but the f-ing and blinding does get very tedious. Unfortunately most of the information they discuss isn’t very relevant to the non-expert Linux user and eventually my listening ended due to the law of diminishing returns.
I like the show but the presenter, Joe Ressington, is an opinionated bad apple and is very unlikable.
Joe is a dick
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Late Night Linux launched 7 years ago and published 249 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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