20 Best Visual Basic Podcasts of 2021

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Are you wanting to learn more about visual basic ? Well you’ve come to the right place. This is a curated list of the best visual basic podcasts of 2021.

We have selected these podcasts for a variety of reasons, but they are all well worth a listen. We tried to select a variety of podcasts across the spectrum from hosts with a wide breadth of experience.

We are always keen to hear your feedback, if we have missed a podcast, tweet us @MagazineWelp and we will check it out!

Best Visual Basic Podcasts 2021

With thanks to ListenNotes, Crunchbase, SemRush and Ahrefs for providing the data to create and rank these podcasts.

Gita Wisdom Teachings by Joshua M. Greene (Yogesvara)

  • Publisher: Joshua M. Greene (Yogesvara das)
  • Total Episodes: 579

A bi-weekly Bhagavad Gita class in NY. Each session includes readings, analysis, audiovisuals, verse recitations and practical insights into India’s essential wisdom text. Attendees will discover the message of the Gita, master basic vocabulary and concepts, and acquire skills for teaching and practicing yoga philosophy. Class notes available at www.gitawisdom.org/podcast. For information on attending a class, visit www.facebook.com/pg/gitawisdomteachings/events.

The R-Podcast

  • Publisher: Eric Nantz
  • Total Episodes: 35

R is a free and open-source statistical computing environment. It has quickly become the leading choice of software used to develop cutting-edge statistical algorithms, innovative visualizations, and data processing, among other key features. R has seen tremendous growth in popularity and functionality over the last decade, largely due to the vibrant and devoted R community of users. Whether you have experience with commercial statistical software such as SAS or SPSS and want to learn R, or getting into statistical computing for the first time, the R-Podcast will provide you with valuable information and advice that will help you to tap into the power of R. Our intent is to start with the basic concepts that can be a struggle for those new to R and statistical computing. We will give practical advice on how to take advantage of R’s capabilities to accomplish innovative and robust data analyses. Along the way we will highlight the additional tools and packages that greatly enhance the experience of using R, and highlight resources that can help people become experts with R. While this podcast is not meant to be a series of lectures on statistics, we will use freely and publicly available data sets to illustrate both basic statistical analyses as well as state-of-the-art algorithms to show how powerful and robust R can be for analyzing today’s explosion of data. In addition to the audio podcast, we will also produce screencasts for hands-on demonstrations for those topics that are best explained via video.

Journal of Neuro-Ophthalmology – JNO Podcast Series

  • Publisher: Journal of Neuro-Ophthalmology
  • Total Episodes: 23

Journal of Neuro-Ophthalmology keeps pace with important advances in all spheres of the neurologic and ophthalmologic sciences. Clinicians and researchers worldwide report on recent developments in diagnosing and treating ophthalmologic, neurologic, endocrine, inflammatory, and neoplastic conditions affecting the oculomotor and visual systems. The Journal publishes original, peer-reviewed articles on both clinical and basic aspects of neuro-ophthalmology. Other regular features include reviews, Viewpoints, Photoessays, editorials, letters, and special features including interviews, historical vignettes, and NANOS news.

Dyslexic AND UN-Stoppable

  • Publisher: Douglas Curtiss and Lucie Curtiss
  • Total Episodes: 139

Dyslexic AND UN-Stoppablegives you the tools and strategies to help your dyslexic children and struggling students rediscover their inner power.  We do this through our mission:We inform: We teach parents the signs & symptoms of dyslexia to ensure early detection (bring awareness, early detection and debunk myths)We advocate: We remind parents & teacher that words are powerful and preserving the child self-esteem is crucial.We assist: We share all the tools and strategies we used to help our son overcome dyslexia. (All demonstrations are hands-on, visual and interactive to benefit the dyslexic child.)We guide: We equip parents with basic knowledge so they can best navigate the school system to get necessary services.For more information please visitwww.DyslexicAndUnstoppable.com.

Visual Arts

  • Publisher: Olivia M. Flores
  • Total Episodes: 1

The 7 basic elements of visual art are LINE, SPACE, SHAPE, FORM, TEXTURE, VALUE and COLOR.

The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace D. Wattles

  • Publisher: Loyal Books
  • Total Episodes: 18

One of the first self help books to hit the stands in 1910, The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace D Wattles was path breaking in its approach to the acquisition of wealth as a science. It went on to inspire a whole genre of “how to” books that generations of readers found informative, practical and useful in their every day lives. Its original title was The Science of Getting Rich or Financial Success through Creative Thought and in this volume, the author puts down in clear and concise language the step-by-step approach to wealth. The hypothesis underlying the concept is that every human being has the power to conceive, believe and achieve financial success using thought, willpower and visualization. However he eschews competitive and unethical paths and shows the reader that great success can be attained through a cooperative and collaborative way. Wallace D Wattles was a New Thought American writer. New Thought conceives that God is everywhere and that the basis of illness and misfortunes are basically in the mind. Wallace Wattles’ life remains relatively shrouded in obscurity. He was the son of a poor farm worker, but went on to achieve great financial success and respect in his community. He died prematurely at the age of 51. He nursed dreams of running for office as a Social Democrat, but could not win an election. However, he was a living example of whatever he expounded in his books and enjoyed his life to the fullest. One of the things that makes The Science of Getting Rich so appealing to generations of readers is the concept of being in personal control of things. Ideas of taking charge of your life and achieving mastery over negative influences are eternally appealing. The book also has two companion volumes which deal with wellness and greatness. The Science of Getting Rich presents the idea of connecting to the greater Universe and getting rid of all the negativity and bad energy that we encounter. Even 100 years after its publication, it remains a seminal work in the field of self help. Modern day readers will find its practical suggestions valuable and apart from numerous video and audio adaptations, it has formed the basis of websites and even an online course which has reputedly met with roaring success. As a useful adjunct to the psychological inputs we receive from our coworkers, family and mentors, the book is designed to have a real impact on the way we view wealth.

Effects University

  • Publisher: Christopher Nupp
  • Total Episodes: 8

Special Effects discussed in Film and Television. Ever wonder what is what, who does what effect, or how does an effect get done? Well you’re in the right spot. In this podcast we discuss all forms of effects in film and television from practical to visual effects. We discuss the history and filmography of major effects studios, as well as basic practical effects to you to take back to your films; whether they be in a hobby, classroom, or professional standpoint.

The Anybody Can Do This Show

  • Publisher: fancybread and Andy Feathers
  • Total Episodes: 67

Friends since first grade–viral, visual artist fancybread and poet Andy Feathers hash-out the harmonies of life near poverty, yet, doing basically whatever they want. Hosted by Neighbor Nick.


  • Publisher: Madeleine Cheyette, Catherine Wang
  • Total Episodes: 5

Welcome to Dished! Come be our guest and join co-hosts Catherine and Madeleine as they go behind-the-scenes of your favorite local bakeries, restaurants, and dessert spots! In this podcast, we’re going back to the basics of business + food by interviewing your favorite foodie founders as they share stories about the dreams they visualized, built and scaled. https://www.instagram.com/dishedpodcast/

Basics & Basketball

  • Publisher: Angel Saddler
  • Total Episodes: 19

Basics & Basketball helps the beginning player/ coach by talking about the fundamentals of basketball bi-weekly on this podcast. Our goal is to help those new to basketball build a strong foundation to advance their skill and knowledge. The episodes will include mental training techniques e.g. goal setting, visualization, and motivation in addition to physical training such as ball handling, how to improve court vision, shooting, and much more!

Introduction to Visual Basic Programming – Video

  • Publisher: Instructor: Chuck Konkol
  • Total Episodes: 3

Introduction to Visual Basic Programming – Video

Crypto OG Show

  • Publisher: Oto Gomes
  • Total Episodes: 7

The FIRST EVER Audio/Visual/360 VR Crypto Podcast to showcase crypto basics, up-to-date legal/financial/technological advancements within the crypto space, AND an opportunity to connect and embody the emotional rollercoaster that most crypto leaders have gone and are currently going through, in many amazing interviews! THANK YOU THANK YOU to @TerenceJackBand for producing my theme song for EVERY episode!! Check out his new Album it’s FIRE 🙌🏽 🔥 https://open.spotify.com/artist/7oLsqCKhkNmn0kdM6qlnqK?si=iGaMPAx-Tmy2_0BeeYrfrw

Bridge and Beer

  • Publisher: Matt Bolton & Chris Visser
  • Total Episodes: 9

Want to learn bridge – but in a fun and educational manner and with beer!? Well, this is the channel for you. Listen to visual podcasts of Bridge with Beer as the episodes take you through the basics of the world’s best card came, Bridge, accompanied with some fine brewing choices. It will be fun with no trumps (and trumps!) all washed down with a nice cold IPA or two! (Note: This is a new theme for the podcast – season one focused on works of English literature)

Sleeping Buddha – deep sleep with nature sounds

  • Publisher: Ralf Eisend
  • Total Episodes: 30

Sleeping Buddha podcast inspires your sleep and contains soothing elements to help you go to sleep naturally & fast. Recordings of nature sounds, made during my excursions in nature, form the center of the podcast. The high quality audio recordings, encompass the full audible spectrum of sound for maximum effect. Sounds of nature cause the basic attitudinal network in the brain to be activated in such a way that we can let our thoughts run free, be more attentive and at the same time reduce stress. The good night stories serve as fantasy journeys and help to switch off mentally in the evening in bed. Fantasy journeys are guided daydreams in which both adults and children learn to associate and develop ideas in their imagination, sometimes to solve problems and achieve goals. They are designed to help relieve stress, create inner balance, and encourage imagination and creativity. You will learn techniques to positively influence your sleep through breathing and awareness exercises. The Sleeping Buddha Method is guided by the S3 Guideline for Restorative Sleep and implements the key elements of cognitive behavioral therapy in the podcast. I provide information on healthy sleep, explain the causes of sleep problems and show treatment options. The exercises bring freshness to the body and the brain into a state of fully conscious rest. Deep relaxation not only relieves common ailments such as stress and nervousness, but also aims to raise to consciousness the forces that lie in the unconscious. In sleep therapy I use recordings of delta and theta waves, as they are also used in sleep laboratories, to set an impulse and stimulate these states. The limbic system of our brain is put into a highly active state by theta waves and improves our subconscious experiences, emotions and moods. You will feel a bit more comfortable and secure. Through repetition, your brain learns to trigger these states of consciousness on its own, which means a profound change in your stress management. Scientists believe that theta waves have the following effects: -They reduce stress and alleviate anxiety. -They promote deep relaxation and mental clarity. -They improve verbal skills and expressiveness. -They synchronize the two hemispheres of the brain. -They promote vivid, spontaneous visualizations and creative thinking. -Reduce the sensation of pain, increase feelings of happiness and stimulate the release of endorphins. How do the waves work? You may know, if you want to make a guitar string vibrate without touching it, you do it by simply creating the same resonant frequency with a tuning fork, for example. And that’s how it works with this: the alpha, delta, and theta waves that I’ve included in the therapy stimulate your brain to tune into that wave frequency. You create the conditions for yourself to produce these frequencies again for a long time. Sleep researchers from the Psychological Institute of the University of Cologne were able to successfully prove these effects in a series of experiments with 170 subjects. Music: Relaxation is the secret of transformation. We will not be able to force a change, but only achieve it through a gentle path. The relaxation-promoting effect of music is one of the most intrinsic functions of this medium and has a stress-reducing potential, which has also been scientifically proven.

Artistic Styles

  • Publisher: Art Beyond Sight
  • Total Episodes: 8

Compositions that use sound and narration to explain the Building Blocks of visual art, and the basic elements of the styles of Cubism, Surrealism, and Abstraction.

Coding 101 (Video)

  • Publisher: TWiT
  • Total Episodes: 20

Join Father Robert Ballecer and Lou Maresca on Coding 101, a weekly instructional, project-oriented programming show with appeal for beginning to intermediate programmers. Using a combination of classroom-style teaching, guest programmers, and special interest segments, Coding 101 offers beginner, intermediate, and “applied” programming topics within several interchangeable modules. Learn programming languages such as Java, C++, Visual Basic, PHP, Perl, and more! Although the show is no longer in production, you can enjoy episodes from the TWiT Archives.

Coding 101 (Audio)

  • Publisher: TWiT
  • Total Episodes: 20

Join Father Robert Ballecer and Lou Maresca on Coding 101, a weekly instructional, project-oriented programming show with appeal for beginning to intermediate programmers. Using a combination of classroom-style teaching, guest programmers, and special interest segments, Coding 101 offers beginner, intermediate, and “applied” programming topics within several interchangeable modules. Learn programming languages such as Java, C++, Visual Basic, PHP, Perl, and more! Although the show is no longer in production, you can enjoy episodes from the TWiT Archives.

Mike & Andy: Stream of Consciousness

  • Publisher: Mike & Andy Hawksley
  • Total Episodes: 2

Mike & Andy: “Stream of Consciousness” Defined by: The Editors of Encyclopedia Britannica, with minor edits by Mike & Andy Hawksley. (Quite a bit of editing actually. Okay, We basically re-wrote it. CRAP – just drop “basically” alright! We re-wrote the whole darn thing.) Accessed via WWW on November 4, 2019 and edited later that same day. “Stream of Consciousness”, is a narrative technique intended to render the stream of myriad impressions – visual, auditory, physical, associative, and subliminal – that impinge on the sub-consciousness of the podcast listener to reform a portion of their emotional awareness along with a transliteration of the listener’s rational thoughts to better align with those of the show hosts. Positive goal attainment is achieved through narrative vignettes, travelogues, memoirs, autobiographical tales, debate, fairy tales, argumentation, fables, legends, and a number of other rhetorical modes of discourse – along with a smattering of wit and humor. The term “Stream of Consciousness” was first used by the psychologist William James in ‘The Principles of Psychology’ circa 1890. As podcasting was just beginning to take hold, it became necessary to gain new listeners and convert those listeners to subscribers. To this end, some forward-thinking podcast hosts attempted to capture the total flow of their own “Stream of Consciousness”, rather than limit themselves to articulatable thoughts. To represent the full richness, speed, and veracity of the podcaster’s mind as it works, the hosts construct a thought-stream by incorporating snatches of intellectually incoherent thought, neo-grammatical verbal constructs, a bit of whimsey, and a liberal dose of freely associated ideas, sounds, and words to achieve an enlightened level of communion with the podcast audience. Hilarity ensues. Don’t believe me? Just put on your tin-foil-Faraday-helmet and listen to this…


  • Publisher: Archive
  • Total Episodes: 62

Theia Returns. The physical theory for making the moon & it’s geochemical prediction not matching observations problem can be understood when one realizes that impactor Theia remained intact. It continues to exist & it still orbits down through between the Moon and the Earth in our time. It was a giant hit & run impact event. Planet Nine does not orbit around our star as predicted instead the Object, Theia dives down through the solar system causing the gravitational effects that have been detected & attributed to Planet Nine. In approx 1972 while looking at the Moon using a small telescope I suddenly saw the speeding crossing Object, a big forward rolling place that crosses down in front of the Moon, once again in front of the Moon, “obscuring the Moon’s disc,” my Mississauga Sighting. A complete lucky fluke to be sure but I did see the big ancient place come rolling down. I saw the ancient Standing Stone Craters & I saw the big main shadow. Also I did see the sight of what the first instant in the distance of the Moon’s suddenly changed light looks like & I did see the first part of the incredible visual spectacle that the big rolling place generates with the Moon’s suddenly fantastically changed suddenly Lasting Light! When the Object Theia crosses between the Earth & Moon towering crater rim pieces cast shadows into the Moon’s Changed Light creating the most fantastic sights. Even if you decide that you are not going to read anything else if you read ReturnViewersGuide #1 you will know the basic idea of what actually happens when the Theia, Planet Nine returns & crosses down in front of the Moon. Find in point form ReturnViewersGuide #1, approx 20% of the way down my page; Return Viewer’s Guide For Use With A Small Backyard Telescope. ( rvgcontactme at cogeco.ca I never check messages sent within BTR) www.returnviewersguide.ca

Windows Store apps for Absolute Beginners with C# (HD) – Channel 9

  • Publisher: Microsoft
  • Total Episodes: 68

Ready to make money and share your great Windows 8 app ideas with the world? Not sure where to start? Start here! Over the course of 34 lessons, our friend Bob Tabor from www.LearnVisualStudio.net will teach you the fundamentals of Windows Store app development by walking you through building the Contoso Cookbook Hands On Labs. Bob provides plenty of commentary, insight and encouragement to help you understand the basics of page layout with XAML, binding to collections of data and working with the features of Windows 8 exposed through the Windows Runtime like the Search and Share charms, tiles and notifications, webcam and much, much more! By the end of this series, you should be well on your way to becoming the "next big thing". Download the entire series source code For more Absolute Beginner series click here.

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