Best Tech Podcasts This Week – 12/26/22

The Tech Tribune staff has compiled a list of the best new tech podcasts released in the last week (as of the time of writing):



“I love show notes, but I don’t have any this time.

How Norrist moving into a new IT Linux Admin career. Can he solve the mystery of the NFS issues he inherited?”



“There are plenty of time-tracking apps for Mac that automatically log the hours you’ve spent signed-in. Some even offer granular data, telling you how much time you spent on a particular app.”



“This interview from September 30th, 2022 originally aired as a shortened version on the CyberWire Daily Podcast. In this extended interview, Dave Bittner sits down with MK Palmore from Google Cloud to talk about why collective cybersecurity ultimately depends on having a diverse, skilled workforce.”



“One of the most common topics that founders ask us about is pricing and monetization. In this talk, YC Group Partner Aaron Epstein outlines 9 different business models, and highlights lessons from top YC companies on how to best monetize and price your product.”



“A carefully honed zero trust approach can allow healthcare entities to reduce pushback from clinicians while still “raising barriers appropriately” to prevent security incidents, says Dr. Eric Liederman, director of medical informatics and national privacy and security leader at Kaiser Permanente.”



“Our anchors start today’s show with a check on Tesla as shares continue to drop sharply. Then, New Street Advisors Group Founder Delano Saporu joins to discuss where he’s finding opportunity in today’s tech market. Next, we cover new Big Tech regulation on the horizon with CNBC Contributor and “Big Technology” Founder Alex Kantrowitz. Also, we break down the holiday demand picture, looking at e-commerce names like Amazon with Jefferies analyst Brent Thill and the impact on chip stocks with Wedbush analyst Matt Bryson. Plus, CNBC’s Seema Mody joins to discuss why Chinese tech stocks are moving higher to start the morning. Later, we speak about Peloton’s demand issues and new discounts on refurbished bikes.”



“People who build great products have great ideas. Why not turn those ideas into a side hustle of your own? Does that sound like something you’d be interested in? If it sparks your interest join Tinder Product Leader, Rachel D’Agostino, as she shares the art of the side hustle, how you can balance it with your career, and how it can make you a better PM.”



“In The New World of Work video series, host and HBR Editor in Chief Adi Ignatius explores how top-tier executives see the future and how their companies are trying to set themselves up for success. Each week, he interviews a top leader live on LinkedIn, and in this special IdeaCast episode, he speaks with LinkedIn CEO Ryan Roslansky on how his company adapted during the pandemic (and after) and how he approaches growth, talent management, and more.”



“In this episode of Crypto 101 we talk to Andrew Beal of Forta Network to dive into how a security company operates in Web3. As a decentralized monitoring network, Forta detects threats and anomalies on DeFi, NFT, governance, bridges and other Web3 systems in real-time. This type of security is necessary for top projects to be informed on and great for beginners to start to understand how security works in this growing vertical.”