Ruby On Rails Podcast

Synopsis

The Ruby on Rails Podcast, a weekly conversation about Ruby on Rails,open source software, and the programming profession. Hosted by Kyle Daigle.

Episodes

  • 326: Job Searching and Hiring Advice During the Pandemic with Brian Mariani

    326: Job Searching and Hiring Advice During the Pandemic with Brian Mariani

    15/07/2020 Duration: 27min

    A timely episode for the employers hiring and the Ruby developers looking for work during the pandemic. After a heartfelt story, Brian Mariani, founder of Mirror Placement, revealed hiring patterns and honest advice for these unprecedented times.

  • 325: [REPOST] Ruby Blend: Open Sourcing a Ruby Gem with Brittany Martin

    325: [REPOST] Ruby Blend: Open Sourcing a Ruby Gem with Brittany Martin

    08/07/2020 Duration: 56min

    Brittany guested on the Ruby Blend! The hosts counsel her on opensourcing her googlepay gem. They then dive into how important README's are, useful tools for documentation, a project from Evil Martians, a gem called Combustion, and RSpec API documentation.

  • 324: Rails::Engine with Vladimir Dementyev

    324: Rails::Engine with Vladimir Dementyev

    01/07/2020 Duration: 23min

    Vladimir Dementyev is a mathematician who found his happiness in programming Ruby and Erlang, contributing to open source and being an Evil Martian. He is the author of AnyCable, TestProf and an advocate for building monoliths with Rails Engines.

  • 323: Keen to Keeping Using Ruby with Nick Schwaderer

    323: Keen to Keeping Using Ruby with Nick Schwaderer

    24/06/2020 Duration: 28min

    The cat is out of the bag! Nick Schwaderer is back to answer all of Brittany's questions about his new role at Chef. They also dive into graphic design/typography, Ruby's popularity and the new minimal Rails app skeleton generator.

  • 322: Rails CI Pipeline Performance with Kelly Sutton

    322: Rails CI Pipeline Performance with Kelly Sutton

    17/06/2020 Duration: 25min

    Kelly Sutton is a software engineer at Gusto on their application infrastructure team. He and Brittany discuss his project, TestDesiderata, and his latest blog post, "From 25 Minutes to 7 Minutes: Improving the Performance of a Rails CI Pipeline".

  • 321: Ruby API and Bundler with Colby Swandale

    321: Ruby API and Bundler with Colby Swandale

    10/06/2020 Duration: 30min

    Colby Swandale is a Ruby Engineer at Envato in Melbourne. He is also a core contributor to the Bundler, RubyGems & RubyGems.org projects. Colby recently started a new project called Ruby API to help improve finding and reading Ruby documentation on the web!

  • 320: ViewComponents in Action with Andrew Mason

    320: ViewComponents in Action with Andrew Mason

    27/05/2020 Duration: 27min

    Andrew Mason is the lead developer for CodeFund, an ethical advertising platform. When he is not working on CodeFund, he is podcasting on The Ruby Blend or Remote Ruby, writing blog posts, or working on open source projects. He and Brittany discuss his implementation of ViewComponent at CodeFund.

  • 319: Gap Here and 10x Customers with Sean Devine

    319: Gap Here and 10x Customers with Sean Devine

    20/05/2020 Duration: 36min

    Sean Devine, CEO of XBE, is welcomed back to the show to discuss hiring Rails developers in this climate, introduce XBE's innovative new program for graduating high school seniors ("Gap Here") and reveal the value of a 10x customer. Join Brittany in cheering Sean on to write a book!

  • 318: Error Messages Are Your Friends with Gina Verrastro

    318: Error Messages Are Your Friends with Gina Verrastro

    13/05/2020 Duration: 21min

    Gina Verrastro is a Rubyist, writer, and proud graduate of LEARN Academy. She is a Tech Support Engineer at SOCi who specializes in taking the most optimistic view of every bug-hunting situation.

  • 317: Coming Home to Rails with Vince Eberle

    317: Coming Home to Rails with Vince Eberle

    06/05/2020 Duration: 34min

    Vince Eberle is a Full Stack Developer at 412 Food Rescue. Over the last decade, he has worked on app development on-and-off using Ruby on Rails and EmberJS. He and Brittany discuss coming back to Rails and how powerful Rails can make a developer in a non-profit.

  • 316: MongoDB and Onboarding Junior Developers with Emily Giurleo

    316: MongoDB and Onboarding Junior Developers with Emily Giurleo

    29/04/2020 Duration: 28min

    Emily Giurleo works as a Software Engineer at MongoDB, where she helps maintain the MongoDB Ruby Driver and Mongoid Object-Document Mapper for Ruby on Rails. She brought advice on how to successfully onboard a junior engineer in three steps, with the goals of building their trust, instilling confidence in their technical abilities, and enabling them to be an autonomous contributor to your team.

  • 315: Worrying About the Wrong Things with Hilary Stohs-Krause

    315: Worrying About the Wrong Things with Hilary Stohs-Krause

    22/04/2020 Duration: 31min

    Hilary Stohs-Krause is a co-owner and full-stack software developer at Ten Forward Consulting. She joined Brittany to discuss her upcoming RailsConf 2020.2 Couch Edition session. Together, they explored the root causes of fear and anxiety and how we can start to deliberately rewrite our instincts.

  • 314: Active Storage  Modern Images with Mark Hutter

    314: Active Storage & Modern Images with Mark Hutter

    16/04/2020 Duration: 29min

    Mark is a lead engineer at Landing, a new platform for providing flexible living solutions for today’s renters. He is also the co-organizer of the Birmingham on Rails conference. He guested on the podcast to propose the simple question: can ActiveStorage be used for image serving in your modern web apps?

  • 313: Strangler Fig Pattern  God Objects with Adrianna Chang

    313: Strangler Fig Pattern & God Objects with Adrianna Chang

    09/04/2020 Duration: 30min

    Adrianna Chang is a developer intern at Shopify and a member of the inaugural cohort for Shopify’s Dev Degree program, a 4-year work-integrated learning program. She joined Brittany to discuss her latest blog post, "Refactoring Legacy Code with the Strangler Fig Pattern”.

  • 312: (PFN) Podcasting From Home with Brittany  Nick

    312: (PFN) Podcasting From Home with Brittany & Nick

    02/04/2020 Duration: 30min

    Nick Schwaderer popped on to the show to talk about his recent job search (Ruby & Rails are thriving!) and his recent commit to Rails core. Brittany discussed how she is taking the opportunity to work on her Googlepay gem and the recent conference cancellations.

  • 311: Pareto Product Programming with Philip Poots

    311: Pareto Product Programming with Philip Poots

    26/03/2020 Duration: 30min

    Philip Poots is the VP of Engineering at ClubCollect, a FinTech startup in Amsterdam. He is a Pareto product programmer, remote advocate and a self proclaimed dilettante. His recent talk, "Rediscovering Ruby" was a big point of discusssion between Brittany and him.

  • 310: Pivoting Brighton Ruby 2020 with Andy Croll

    310: Pivoting Brighton Ruby 2020 with Andy Croll

    19/03/2020 Duration: 26min

    Andy Croll is CTO at CoverageBook & AnswerThePublic, Rubyist, conference organizer of Brighton Ruby, author, speaker, bootstrapper & twin dad. Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, Andy had to pivot this year's conference into a new experience. He and Brittany discuss the details and the potentially lasting effects on the community.

  • 309: Upgrading Rails  Skunk for Scoring with Ernesto Tagwerker

    309: Upgrading Rails & Skunk for Scoring with Ernesto Tagwerker

    12/03/2020 Duration: 28min

    Ernesto Tagwerker is the Founder of Ombu Labs, a small software development company dedicated to building lean code and reducing tech debt. He and Brittany enthusiastically discuss blockers in upgrading Rails, tech debt and Ernesto's future plans for his code scoring library, Skunk.

  • 308: Open Source Groundskeeping with Kurtis Rainbolt-Greene

    308: Open Source Groundskeeping with Kurtis Rainbolt-Greene

    27/02/2020 Duration: 28min

    Kurtis Rainbolt-Greene is a New Orleans born software engineer living in LA, 13 years into his career. He prefers Ruby, Javascript, and Elixir, but he has played with loads of languages. Brittany and he discuss the concept of important opinions and the steps he took to take over maintainership of the VCR gem.

  • 307: Choosing the Right Tech Stack with Dave Paola

    307: Choosing the Right Tech Stack with Dave Paola

    13/02/2020 Duration: 31min

    Dave Paola was cofounder and CTO at Bloc. He is now the cofounder of Jellyswitch, unleashing the power of the distributed workforce. Dave and Brittany converse about choosing frameworks, bootcamps and frontend frameworks.

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