Ruby On Rails Podcast

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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

  • 369: Frontend Bundlers  Snowpacker with Konnor Rogers

    369: Frontend Bundlers & Snowpacker with Konnor Rogers

    05/05/2021 Duration: 23min

    Konnor Rogers is a software developer for Veue Inc. He is also the creator of Snowpacker, and he has a deep love for open source. He breaks down Frontend bundlers for Brittany and the up and coming vite_ruby.

  • 368: Inclusivity and Partner Support with Tay DeHerrera

    368: Inclusivity and Partner Support with Tay DeHerrera

    28/04/2021 Duration: 23min

    Tay DeHerrera is a Backend Software Engineer at TextUs. Tay and Brittany discuss getting involved in other initiatives at work and the importance of supporting (and sometimes humoring) a significant other who also writes software.

  • 367: Zapped with Purpose with Amy Nadboralski (Powder)

    367: Zapped with Purpose with Amy Nadboralski (Powder)

    21/04/2021 Duration: 20min

    Amy Nadboralski (aka Powder) is a (trans) woman that enjoys programming, video games, and tinkering with electronics. She is currently working primarily with the Ruby programming language as a principal software engineer at Vibes; a mobile engagement platform that helps companies create meaningful connections with their customers.

  • 366: I Believe in the Rails Magic with Brittany  Nick

    366: I Believe in the Rails Magic with Brittany & Nick

    14/04/2021 Duration: 30min

    Nick Schwaderer co-hosts with Brittany this week. They discuss Nick's new job at Shopify (!), the interview process and working with the Ruby/Rails core team. They wrap with Nick's promise to discuss Stimulus but that quickly evolves to Hotwire.

  • 365: A Founder That Can Code with Sean Devine

    365: A Founder That Can Code with Sean Devine

    07/04/2021 Duration: 32min

    Sean Devine, CEO of XBE and former host of this show is back to discuss the success of XBE in the past year, the use of Ember at XBE and how if you're a founder that can code, you've already raised your seed round.

  • 364: Boring Rails  Creating Ruby Content with Matt Swanson

    364: Boring Rails & Creating Ruby Content with Matt Swanson

    31/03/2021 Duration: 26min

    Matt Swanson leads teams and builds products for customers at SEP, a software product design and development agency based in Indianapolis. He runs the blog Boring Rails. Brittany and he chat about producing Ruby content and Matt answers questions from listeners about his approach.

  • 363: ActiveModel::Errors with Mark Chao

    363: ActiveModel::Errors with Mark Chao

    24/03/2021 Duration: 26min

    Mark Chao, or more well known as lulalala, is a happy rubyist from Taiwan. He works at GitLab, and likes to contribute to open source projects. He likes anime and has a hobby to self publish reviews into books/ebooks using Ruby libraries, git and InDesign. He and Brittany discuss ActiveModel::Errors.

  • 362: Ruby Garbage Collection and WNB.rb with Jemma Issroff

    362: Ruby Garbage Collection and WNB.rb with Jemma Issroff

    17/03/2021 Duration: 29min

    Jemma Issroff is currently writing a book about managed garbage collection, with a focus on Ruby. She is passionate about making the tech industry a more inclusive space through teaching, mentoring, and community building. An avid Ruby blogger, she also writes the “Tip of the Week” for Ruby Weekly. Jemma has worked extensively as a backend and infrastructure software developer optimizing memory usage and performance in Ruby and Rails apps.

  • 361: Alacrity for Rails and Hiring with Jack Collier

    361: Alacrity for Rails and Hiring with Jack Collier

    10/03/2021 Duration: 25min

    A force of positivity, Jack Collier is the co-founder and CTO of Atlantis Technology. Jack has been developing software for more than 20 years, and an enthusiastic Rails developer since 2005. He's worked on more than 75 different Rails projects of all shapes and sizes.

  • 360: Diffend, Security and Running with Ruby with Maciej Mensfeld

    360: Diffend, Security and Running with Ruby with Maciej Mensfeld

    03/03/2021 Duration: 34min

    Maciej Mensfeld is a Software Architect with experience in a wide variety of business applications built using multiple Ruby frameworks. He is particularly interested in code quality assurance and OSS supply chain security. He is an active OSS contributor and maintainer of various projects including Karafka and Diffend.

  • 359: Sales for Software Developers with Evie Zawada

    359: Sales for Software Developers with Evie Zawada

    24/02/2021 Duration: 29min

    We’re continuing our Developer Life Series. Brittany tapped her good friend, Evie Zawada, to guest on the podcast to discuss sales tactics, identifying personas and how important it is to listen. She offers advice for developers who might find themselves selling a product or themselves for a job.

  • 358: CSS is a Cat with Utah Newman

    358: CSS is a Cat with Utah Newman

    17/02/2021 Duration: 28min

    Utah Newman is a self taught Front end engineer with a passion for accessibility at Brightwheel. She and Brittany discuss the origin story behind her cat, border-radius: 50%, how important help is and how to navigate ADHD as a developer.

  • 357: Fireside Chat on the State of Hiring with Brian Mariani

    357: Fireside Chat on the State of Hiring with Brian Mariani

    10/02/2021 Duration: 33min

    Brian Mariani is the founder of Mirror Placement, a Ruby on Rails focused recruiting firm. He is back on the podcast to discuss the current boom in hiring, remote working, rusty decision making and the drive to love whom you are working with.

  • 356: Asynchronous Adaptability with JF Lalonde

    356: Asynchronous Adaptability with JF Lalonde

    03/02/2021 Duration: 26min

    A graduate of the Turing School, JF Lalonde is a senior software engineer at TextUs. JF is passionate about writing clean, well-tested and well-documented code, mentoring others and maximizing productivity with asynchronicity.

  • 355: Authentic Developer with Dan Moore

    355: Authentic Developer with Dan Moore

    27/01/2021 Duration: 35min

    Dan Moore currently leads developer advocacy at FusionAuth, a company focused on authentication and authorization for developers. A first-time author, Dan also created a blog-turned-book dubbed "Letters for a New Developer".

  • 354: Rails Committer Heavy Hitter with Rafael França

    354: Rails Committer Heavy Hitter with Rafael França

    20/01/2021 Duration: 35min

    Rafael França is a Principal Engineer at Shopify. He has been a member of the Rails Core team since 2012 and is the contributor with the most commits to the framework. He and Brittany discuss his confident release of Rails 6.1 and some hints for Rails 7.

  • 353: Hanami 2.0 with Tim Riley

    353: Hanami 2.0 with Tim Riley

    13/01/2021 Duration: 42min

    Tim Riley is a long-time Rubyist and is a core team member of the Hanami, dry-rb, and rom-rb open source projects. He guested on the show to discuss the eagerly anticipated Hanami 2.0 release, how dry-rb, rom-rb and Hanami partnered and how slices and containers work with one another.

  • 352: Haml Sparks Joy with Hampton Lintorn Catlin

    352: Haml Sparks Joy with Hampton Lintorn Catlin

    06/01/2021 Duration: 38min

    Hampton Lintorn Catlin is the creator of Sass, Haml, Wikipedia Mobile, and more. Hampton is Co-Founder and CEO of Veue, a live streaming video platform. If you love Haml, this episode is for you.

  • 351: Educating on Speed from the CLI with Nate Berkopec

    351: Educating on Speed from the CLI with Nate Berkopec

    30/12/2020 Duration: 42min

    Nate Berkopec is the author of the Complete Guide to Rails Performance, the creator of the Rails Performance Workshop, and the maintainer of Puma. He and Brittany discuss his unique take on his workshop and his experiences maintaining Puma.

  • 350: A Diverse Array of New Voices with Starr Horne

    350: A Diverse Array of New Voices with Starr Horne

    23/12/2020 Duration: 33min

    Starr Horne is co-founder and one of the original developers of Honeybadger - an exception monitoring service with deep ties in the ruby community. Recently she has worked to bring a diverse array of new voices to Honeybadger's blog. She offers insightful advice on producing great content for developers.

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