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Code and the Coding Coders who Code it

We talk about Ruby, Rails, JavaScript, and everything in between. From tiny tips to bigger challenges we take on 3 questions a show; What are you working on? What's blocking you? What's something cool you want to share?

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Episode 33 - Stephen Margheim
Embark on a journey through the landscape of SQLite and Ruby on Rails as I chat with the exceptional Stephen Margheim, who enlightens us on the robustness and agility of SQLite for modern web development. Stephen brings to the table his extensive open-source contributions and projects that integrate SQLite with Rails, offering insights into Ruby gems like Lightstream for backups and an SQLite package manager for extensions. Dispel any doubts about SQLite's scalability with us, as Stephen dismantles misconceptions and highlights how this database can stand tall among the giants.As we navigate the conversation, you'll uncover the elegance of simplicity in database management. I reflect on my own experiences, contrasting the complexity of orchestrating large-scale applications against the serenity of smaller, SQLite-backed projects. Stephen and I advocate for the beauty of monolithic repositories, debunk the notion that overengineering is a must, and sing praises for starting lean and nimble—because sometimes, less is genuinely more. This episode is a chorus for pragmatism, where we harmonize the hymn that simplicity and development velocity can and should be the leading voices early on.Finally, witness the burgeoning Ruby ecosystem's embrace of SQLite through the spotlight on emerging gems like Lightstack and Extralight, which are fine-tuning the Rails experience for both seasoned developers and newcomers. This episode isn't merely a discussion; it's a testament to the growing vitality of Ruby's relationship with SQLite and the shared vision of streamlined, powerful web development. Join us to learn how these tools can transform your Rails journey, as we champion a future where sophistication and accessibility go hand in hand.Support the showReady to start your own podcast?This show is hosted on Buzzsprout and it's awesome, not to mention a Ruby on Rails application. Let Buzzsprout know we sent you and you'll get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.
45:24 4/2/24
Episode 32 - Andy Croll
Imagine stepping into the control room of a major tech conference with us as we chat with Andy Croll, CTO of Coverage Book and freshly minted co-chair of RailsConf. This episode peels back the curtain on the meticulous craft of conference planning – from the adrenaline rush of putting together a tech event to the nitty-gritty of ensuring that every attendee leaves with more than they came for. Andy's vision for RailsConf marries the camaraderie of small engineering teams with the prowess of industry titans, striving for a lineup that reflects the global community's rich tapestry.With Andy at the helm, we travel the path from Brighton Ruby's intimate gatherings to the sprawling expanse of RailsConf, painting a vivid picture of the care poured into speaker preparation and the quest for the Holy Grail of event organization – flawless Wi-Fi. You can almost hear the cogs turning as we delve into the logistics of venue scouting and the art of crafting a compelling call for papers. Whether you're a conference going enthusiast or simply fascinated by the orchestration behind the scenes, Andy's insights offer a unique lens into the world of tech events.Wrapping up the discussion, the podcast takes a lighthearted detour through personal anecdotes and the shared excitement for both the upcoming RailsConf and the cherished Brighton Ruby conference. The warmth of reconnection and the buzz of collective anticipation for future engagements leave us with a sense of renewed community spirit. Join us on this engaging journey through the ins and outs of bringing a beloved industry gathering to life.Links@andycroll on Twitter@brightonruby on Twitter@railsconf on Twitter@andycroll@ruby.social on MastodonRailsConf 2024 CFPrailsconf.organdycroll.combrightonruby.comSupport the showReady to start your own podcast?This show is hosted on Buzzsprout and it's awesome, not to mention a Ruby on Rails application. Let Buzzsprout know we sent you and you'll get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.
36:52 1/30/24
Episode 31 - Elise Shaffer
It's time for another Ruby on Rails podcast crossover episode! This time I'm joined by the RoR Podcasts new host, Elise Shaffer. Elise interviews me about the game show I've been giving, I offer my thoughts on doing "weird talks", and we chat about how I got started podcasting. We then flip the script and I interview Elise about her new course on Test Driven Development (TDD), her podcast, and her thoughts on teaching and learning. Elise also had some great tips for getting started (or getting better) with Vim.Links:The Ruby on Rails PodcastOriginal RoR crossover episode (Episode 4)Course hostingSupport the showReady to start your own podcast?This show is hosted on Buzzsprout and it's awesome, not to mention a Ruby on Rails application. Let Buzzsprout know we sent you and you'll get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.
34:16 12/12/23
Episode 30 - Adarsh Pandit
In this eipsode I had the pleasure of talking to Adarsh Pandit, Executive Director of Ruby Central, who gave me a peek behind the curtain. From discussing his journey through the coding industry to arriving at Ruby Central, to the challenges he tackled stepping into an executive role - Adarsh's story is a tale of perseverance, growth, and community building.Get ready to uncover how Ruby Central is keeping the Ruby community vibrant and innovative. You'll hear about RubyConf and the exciting Community Day initiative that Adarsh is leading - a celebration of knowledge sharing, public speaking, and community engagement. Adarsh also shares his insights on adapting conferences to changing times and the strategies he's using to revamp the RubyTogether membership program. It's a candid look at the realities of running a tech organization in an ever-evolving industry.But we don't stop there. We also dive into Ruby Central's efforts to foster collaboration and creativity within the Ruby community. From fiscal sponsorship programs to the Scholars and Guides Program - Adarsh gives us a detailed tour of how they're stoking the fires of innovation. And not to be missed is our exploration of community building through local meetups. It's all about creating spaces for connections and learning, and we're sure you'll find Adarsh's experiences and insights invaluable. Tune in for a conversation that's not just about code, but also about fostering communities, encouraging creativity, and building a shared sense of purpose in the tech world.Links@adarsh@ruby.social on Mastodonrubycentral.orgRuby Central MembershipsRubyConf 2023Support the showReady to start your own podcast?This show is hosted on Buzzsprout and it's awesome, not to mention a Ruby on Rails application. Let Buzzsprout know we sent you and you'll get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.
46:28 11/7/23
Episode 29 - Ben Orenstein
In this episode, I'm joined by a special guest, Ben Ornstein, one of my Ruby heroes. I may fan-boy a bit as I express my admiration for Tuple, a tool I love. Together, we dive deep into Tuple's journey, starting from its inception and delving into the creative problem-solving and ingenuity behind its design and development. Ben also reveals his transition from CEO to Head of Product.  We discuss the fresh perspective on team collaboration methods and product development this change offers. We explore how feedback loops and Agile practices play a pivotal role in Tuple's continuous evolution. Along the way, we also reflect on the 'My Life in Weeks' poster, which serves as a stark reminder of the fleeting nature of our time on Earth. This episode is a roller-coaster of insights, trivia, and reflections that will hopefully leave you feeling wiser and more contemplative.Links:@r00k on TwitterTuple (aka my favorite way to pair)'My Life in Weeks' poster'A Short History of Nearly Everything' by Bill BrysonSupport the showReady to start your own podcast?This show is hosted on Buzzsprout and it's awesome, not to mention a Ruby on Rails application. Let Buzzsprout know we sent you and you'll get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.
36:28 10/3/23
Bonus Canadian Football Episode
Matt Swanson stays on to talk about Canadian Football and no it's not Rugby.Support the showReady to start your own podcast?This show is hosted on Buzzsprout and it's awesome, not to mention a Ruby on Rails application. Let Buzzsprout know we sent you and you'll get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.
25:03 9/12/23
Episode 28 - Matt Swanson
Hands down my most boring episode to date. In this episode I'm joined by Mr. "Boring Rails" himself, Matt Swanson.  We talk about removing premature abstractions, how decision fatigue impacts exploration, and revisiting ActionMailer (and finding it to be better than we remember). Even though Matt is notorious for sticking to boring tech the conversation was still great and I'm looking forward to having him on again. Maybe to talk about TypeScript? ;)Links:@_swanson on Twiiter (or X or whatever)boringrails.comActionMailer GuideActionMailer Docsarrows.toSupport the showReady to start your own podcast?This show is hosted on Buzzsprout and it's awesome, not to mention a Ruby on Rails application. Let Buzzsprout know we sent you and you'll get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.
52:14 9/12/23
Episode 27 - Andrew Atkinson
PostgreSQL wizard Andrew Atkinson joins the show to discuss his new book, "High-Performance PostgreSQL for Rails." Andrew talks about the challenges of writing a database book for Rails developers, refactoring prose, and the importance of maintaining a work-book-life balance. With his multiple fantastic talks on the subject of PostgreSQL, it's no surprise that he possesses a ton of knowledge to share. I'm genuinely delighted that I had the opportunity to have him on the show, and I'm incredibly excited for the book's upcoming release.Links:@andatki on Twitterandatki.bsky.social on Blueskyandyatkinson on GitHubandyatkinson.comHigh-Performance PostgreSQL for RailsPGSQL Phriday #001 — Query Stats, Log Tags, and N+1sSupport the showReady to start your own podcast?This show is hosted on Buzzsprout and it's awesome, not to mention a Ruby on Rails application. Let Buzzsprout know we sent you and you'll get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.
45:48 8/22/23
Episode 26 - Thomas Carr
Web3! 😱Now that I have your attention. This episode I'm joined by Thomas Carr. Thomas is a Consultant & Software Developer for Emerging Technologies at CGI Federal. Which is a fancy way of saying he gets to play around with all the new tech out there and see what might have real world application. Thomas just gave an awesome talk at Blue Ridge Ruby called "Digital Identity or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Web3" and I found it so fascinating (much to my surprise) I felt like I had to have him on the show.  If you're like I was and think Web3 is just a buzzword Tech Bros use you definitely want to check out this episode!Links:htcarr.com@htcarr3 on Twitter (or X or whatever he's calling it this week)Thomas Carr on LinkedInhtcarr3 on GitHubSSI LandCGI Federal"Digital Identity or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Web3" at Blue Ridge Ruby (link to come)Support the showReady to start your own podcast?This show is hosted on Buzzsprout and it's awesome, not to mention a Ruby on Rails application. Let Buzzsprout know we sent you and you'll get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.
47:44 8/1/23
Episode 25 - Vini Stock
Fresh off his Ruby Kaigi talk, Vini Stock, joins the show to talk about all things Ruby LSP.  Even though he's given a plethora of talks on the subject already there's so much to LSPs and to the future and vision of this project that I learned a ton while recording.  Vini confirms what I always suspected, that getting paid to work on developer tooling is awesome. I'm super excited about this project and I suspect after listening to this episode you will be too!Links:@vinistock on Twittervinistock.comVinicius Stock on LinkedIn@vinistock on GitHubRubyLSP RepoRubyLSP plugin for VS CodeRuby Kaigi TalkSupport the showReady to start your own podcast?This show is hosted on Buzzsprout and it's awesome, not to mention a Ruby on Rails application. Let Buzzsprout know we sent you and you'll get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.
58:31 7/18/23
Episode 24 - Alan and Fito - Cisco Meraki
Another double-guest episode! This time, I'm joined by Alan Ridlehoover and Fito von Zastrow from Cisco Meraki. There's almost too much great content in this episode to provide a proper summary. We discuss everything, from the modularization of massive Rails apps to building a toy framework. Alan and Fito have a ton of experience and are working on some awesome things. Best of all, they're hiring! If this episode makes you hungry for the types of problems they're solving, definitely check out Cisco Meraki's career page.Links:Alan Ridlehoover on LinkedIn@alan@ruby.socialFito von Zastrow on LinkedIn@Fito@ruby.socialCisco Meraki's career pageA Brewer’s Guide to Filtering out Complexity and Churn (RubyConf Mini)Liberty FrameworkManufacturableAlans BlogRuby Flog VS Code ExtensionCoverage Status VS Code ExtensionRubyist (an opinionated color scheme for Ruby development)Support the showReady to start your own podcast?This show is hosted on Buzzsprout and it's awesome, not to mention a Ruby on Rails application. Let Buzzsprout know we sent you and you'll get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.
44:18 7/3/23
Episode 23 - Daniel Huss
First time Podcast guest, Daniel Huss, joins the show. Daniel is a Test Double  agent and recently gave his first conference talk (Spoiler, it was great)! We talk about the differences between contract and product work, Dragon Ruby, and tending to your code like it's a garden. Daniel crush it on his first, of what I hope will be many, podcast appearances. Links:Daniel Huss on LinkedIn@daniel_n_huss@ruby.social Test DoubleDragon RubyTheory BuildingSupport the showReady to start your own podcast?This show is hosted on Buzzsprout and it's awesome, not to mention a Ruby on Rails application. Let Buzzsprout know we sent you and you'll get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.
49:24 6/20/23
Episode 22 - Brittany Martin
In this episode, I'm joined by returning guest Brittany Martin to talk about her new role as an Engineering Manager at Shogun. We also discuss corporate hackathons, the delicate balance between work and personal projects, and the potential benefits for both developers and the company. Brittany shares her insights on the value of hackathons in terms of team bonding, productivity, and learning opportunities. We also have mischievous plan to surprise another podcast. Links:The Ruby on Rails Podcast@brittjmartin on Twitter@brittjmartin@ruby.social on Mastodonbrittanymartin.devBrittany Martin on LinkedInShogunChatGPTSupport the showReady to start your own podcast?This show is hosted on Buzzsprout and it's awesome, not to mention a Ruby on Rails application. Let Buzzsprout know we sent you and you'll get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.
44:10 6/6/23
Episode 21 - Nick Schwaderer
Nick Schwaderer rejoins the show. We discuss our experiences in giving talks, the importance of engaging with the audience, and the development of Scarpe, a new implementation of _why's Shoes DSL for building Ruby desktop applications. Nick shares valuable insights on creating connections, maintaining a balance between humor and content, and fostering a welcoming community. Nick also hints at something awesome that our editor refers to as "Schwad-warts Express". You're going to have to listen to find out all about it.Links:@schwad_rb on Twitterschwad.github.ioScarpe GitHub RepoNobody Knows ShoesGlimmer RubyBlue Ridge RubySupport the showReady to start your own podcast?This show is hosted on Buzzsprout and it's awesome, not to mention a Ruby on Rails application. Let Buzzsprout know we sent you and you'll get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.
53:40 5/16/23
Episode 20 - Julie J
Julie J, co-host of Ruby for All, joins the show to talk about her cool side project and Ruby for All. We talk about getting stuff done, Rails upgrades, and some of the confusion that still exists around assets in Rails. Julie has quickly grown into one of my favorite podcast hosts so you definitely want to give this one a listen.Links:@codewithjulie on Twittercodewithjulie.com@rubyforall on Twitterrubyforall.comngrokOpenId ConnectOAuthlvh.me (for localhost tunneling)readme.localtest.mePaperclip GemSupport the showReady to start your own podcast?This show is hosted on Buzzsprout and it's awesome, not to mention a Ruby on Rails application. Let Buzzsprout know we sent you and you'll get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.
38:58 5/2/23
Episode 19 - Joel Drapper
The creator of Phlex, Joel Drapper, joins the show. Joel has been working on HTML streaming in Phlex and, spoiler alert, it sounds super cool! Joel really likes SQLite and thinks Aaron Francis's new MySQL for developers course is great (he's right). We also dive into getting unblocked by using a Ruby Developers secret weapon (hint: it's the community).Links:PhlexLitestreamIntroducing LiteFSSQLiteExtraliteRooftop RubyMySQL for DevelopersSupport the showReady to start your own podcast?This show is hosted on Buzzsprout and it's awesome, not to mention a Ruby on Rails application. Let Buzzsprout know we sent you and you'll get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.
52:27 4/18/23
Episode 18 - Andrew Mason
Coding Coders first ever guest, Andrew Mason, returns to give an update on what he's been up to since joining Podia. Of course no episode with Andrew would be complete without a dive into ADHD land. From learning to hack your brain and last minute passport renewals to Web Mentions and the world of Indie Web dev we cover it all.Links:https://andrewm.codes/@andrewmcodes on TwitterRuby for All PodcastRemote Ruby PodcastRuby Radar NewsletterEmojipediaWeb MentionsIndie WebSupport the showReady to start your own podcast?This show is hosted on Buzzsprout and it's awesome, not to mention a Ruby on Rails application. Let Buzzsprout know we sent you and you'll get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.
46:13 3/7/23
Episode 17 - Joe Masilotti
Joe Masilotti is, in many ways, the guy. Chances are you've heard of him you may just not know his name. He's the Turbo Native guy, the RailsDevs guy, the helping juniors get hired guy, the Hotwire newsletter guy, the all around nicest guy. Joe joins the show to talk about his various projects, why it's so important to build in public, and how doing less is helping him to do it all.Links:@joemasilotti on Twitter@joemasilotti@ruby.social on Mastodon@joemasilotti on GitHub@joemasilotti on LinkedInhttps://masilotti.com/https://railsdevs.com/Hotwire NewsletterTurbo Native WorkshopWNB.rbWomen on Rails NewsletterSupport the showReady to start your own podcast?This show is hosted on Buzzsprout and it's awesome, not to mention a Ruby on Rails application. Let Buzzsprout know we sent you and you'll get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.
50:06 2/21/23
Episode 16 - Mike Munroe and Dave Kroondyk
A double first for Coding Coders, this episode is the first to feature TWO guests, both from the shows very first sponsor OBLSK! Mike Munroe and Dave Kroondyk are from OBLSK, a software consultancy specializing in Ruby on Rails. In this episode they share their adventures converting a clients dotNet and angularjs application to Rails and Hotwire. A full rewrite of any application is always an adventure but throw in mobile apps and you have an adventure of epic proportion. Mike and Dave share the things they've learned along the way and why they firmly believe there is not better choice than Rails.Links:OBLSK@mikepmunroe on TwitterMike Munroe on LinkedIn@davekaro on ruby.socialThe Rails and Hotwire Codex by Ayush NewatiaJumpstart ProPhlexSupport the showReady to start your own podcast?This show is hosted on Buzzsprout and it's awesome, not to mention a Ruby on Rails application. Let Buzzsprout know we sent you and you'll get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.
53:33 2/7/23
Episode 15 - Tom Rossi
This episode Tom Rossi, from Higher Pixels, joins the show. You're probably familiar with Higher Pixels work but you may not know it. They're the brains behind my favorite podcast hosting service, Buzzsprout, which is used to host this show! Tom is an amazing guest with lots of stories to tell.  Learning to scale Buzzsprout, upgrading to Rails 7/Hotwire, and that time they had to ask a podcast to go somewhere else because they got too big! Links:higherpixels.comBuzzsprout@tomrossi7 on TwitterDonor ToolsTickRails SaaS ConferenceSupport the showReady to start your own podcast?This show is hosted on Buzzsprout and it's awesome, not to mention a Ruby on Rails application. Let Buzzsprout know we sent you and you'll get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.
54:54 1/17/23
Episode 14 - Kevin Newton
It's a New Year and a new episode of Code and the Coding Coders who Code it! In this episode (which I'm calling Yet Another Podcast Episode), man of many projects, Kevin Newton, joins the show. Kevin tells us about YARP, the new Ruby parser, and his desire to help make it a "magical unicorn rainbow land" (his words not mine). We also get into dealing with to do lists, the weight of high expectations, and imposter syndrome. Links:@kddnewton on Twitterkddnewton.comAdvent of YARVRuby hacking guideYARP repoRuby LSP Reposyntax_tree repoTRICK 2022TRIC Entry 4Evaluating Ruby in Ruby by Ilya BylichRuby Spec repoSupport the showReady to start your own podcast?This show is hosted on Buzzsprout and it's awesome, not to mention a Ruby on Rails application. Let Buzzsprout know we sent you and you'll get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.
60:04 1/3/23
Episode 13 - Jeremy Smith
Jeremy Smith has been designing and building web applications since 1998 and has worked with Ruby on Rails since 2009. Jeremy was also my unofficial, and completely accidental, conference buddy. We went to all the same in person conferences this year. He joins the show to talk about building successful web apps by your lonesome, solving really complex background job workflows, and spills the beans on a new regional Ruby Conference he's planning, Blue Ridge Ruby!Links:HYBRD@jeremysmithco on Twitter@jeremysmithco@ruby.social on MastodonSolo: Building Successful Web Apps By Your Lonesome at RubyConf MiniSolo: Building Successful Web Apps By Your Lonesome slidesFair QueuingSidekiq: Really Complex Workflows with BatchesEveryone Can Build a Twitter Audience course by Daniel VassalloBlack Magic by Tony DinhReady to start your own podcast?This show is hosted on Buzzsprout and it's awesome, not to mention a Ruby on Rails application. Let Buzzsprout know we sent you and you'll get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.SponsorsA big thanks to OBLSK for being the very first sponsor of the show!Support the showReady to start your own podcast?This show is hosted on Buzzsprout and it's awesome, not to mention a Ruby on Rails application. Let Buzzsprout know we sent you and you'll get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.
61:20 12/20/22
Episode 12 - Lucian Ghinda
Lucian Ghinda from Short Ruby Newsletter joins the show to let me pick his brain about his amazing new newsletter. We chat about how he finds and organizes the content for the newsletter and Lucian spills the beans on a few ideas he has for the future. Here's a fun game. Count how many time I say the newsletter is awesome during the show!Links:@lucianghinda on TwitterLucian's personal site ghinda.com@shortrubynews on TwitterShort Ruby NewsletterSupport the showReady to start your own podcast?This show is hosted on Buzzsprout and it's awesome, not to mention a Ruby on Rails application. Let Buzzsprout know we sent you and you'll get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.
45:30 12/6/22
RubyConf Mini Podcast Panel
Recorded in front of a live audience it's the Podcast Panel from RubyConf Mini!The Panelists:MC: Brittany Martin from The Ruby on Rails PodcastAndy Croll from Chats in the CupboardJulie J from Ruby for AllJoël Quenneville from The Bike ShedDrew Bragg from Code and the Coding Coders who Code itSupport the showReady to start your own podcast?This show is hosted on Buzzsprout and it's awesome, not to mention a Ruby on Rails application. Let Buzzsprout know we sent you and you'll get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.
41:18 12/1/22
Episode 11 - Noel Rappin
Noel Rappin joins the show to talk about his new book, "Programming Ruby 3.2", best known as the "Pickaxe Book".  Noel talks about his adventures working on a legacy book and even having to deal with some legacy code in a legacy book. The Pickaxe Book is one of the biggest, and oldest, books on my shelf so it's no surprise that this was a beast of an update.@noelrap on Twitternoelrappin.comRuby DiscordThe Ruby Learning CenterPurchase "Programming Ruby 3.2" from The Pragmatic BookshelfDiscussions on devtalk.comReport Errors on devtalk.comSupport the showReady to start your own podcast?This show is hosted on Buzzsprout and it's awesome, not to mention a Ruby on Rails application. Let Buzzsprout know we sent you and you'll get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.
36:48 11/1/22
Episode 10 - Ernesto Tagwerker
My friend and fellow Philadelphian, Ernesto Tagwerker joins the show to talk about his companies new offering, Tune. We also talk about some of Ernestos open source projects, how his team balances educating the community on how do upgrade while also making it their main business, and  strategies to onboard juniors.Links:@etagwerker on twitter@etagwerker on GithubFastRuby.ioOmbu Labs TuneRails autoscale gem Complete Guide to Rails Performance Skunk gem RubyCriticFirst Ruby FriendsRuby for All PodcastPhilly.rbSupport the showReady to start your own podcast?This show is hosted on Buzzsprout and it's awesome, not to mention a Ruby on Rails application. Let Buzzsprout know we sent you and you'll get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.
54:05 9/6/22
Episode 9 - Collin Jilbert
Collin Jilbert joins the show. We discuss the value of being willing to jump into source code, orienting yourself to new codebases and... cloud whitening?! My ADHD was raging for this episode but Collin did a great job keeping up.On Twitter @collin_jilbertGitHubPetri Dish gemGoRails ScreencastsRuby Central Job PostingCloud WhiteningDiscussing Heritage Craft with NickSupport the showReady to start your own podcast?This show is hosted on Buzzsprout and it's awesome, not to mention a Ruby on Rails application. Let Buzzsprout know we sent you and you'll get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.
47:00 8/2/22
Episode 8 - RailsConf: HomeEdition Podcast Panel
A live podcast recording from RailsConf: HomeEdition 2022!The panelists discuss what they're up to, if you can still build a career in ruby (spoiler: You can!), and how our ecosystem can benefit from more Ruby frameworks and podcasts!Moderated By:Brittany Martin, The Ruby on Rails PodcastPanelists:Aaron Francis, Framework FriendsAndy Croll, Chats in the CupboardBrian Mariani, The Ruby on Rails PodcastDrew Bragg, Code and the Coding Coders who Code itJason Charnes, Remote RubyJemma Issroff, The Ruby on Rails PodcastSupport the showReady to start your own podcast?This show is hosted on Buzzsprout and it's awesome, not to mention a Ruby on Rails application. Let Buzzsprout know we sent you and you'll get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.
40:36 7/5/22
Episode 7 - Chris Oliver
Chris Oliver joins the show to discuss all the adventures he's been having. He tells us about the various projects he has going on, including: rewriting Hatchbox, hiring his first employee, and what the future of learning Rails could look like. He also is building a house which definitely takes some time to put together! There was so much to talk about this episode that it's certainly getting the 1st place spot for longest episode!Links:On Twitter @excid3GitHubPay gemGoRails ScreencastsJumpstart Rails HatchboxRemote Ruby Podcast"Surely You're Joking, Mr. Feynman!" BookSupport the showReady to start your own podcast?This show is hosted on Buzzsprout and it's awesome, not to mention a Ruby on Rails application. Let Buzzsprout know we sent you and you'll get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.
74:59 6/7/22
Episode 6 - Kevin Murphy
We finally get Kevin Murphy back on the show. Kevin is speaking at RailsConf, has some great tips and tricks for job hunting or career building, and has a pretty cool tool for helping to write prose.Links:kevinjmurphy.comOn Twitter @kevin_j_m Available For HireRailsConf 2022RailsConf Session 1262: Browser History Confessional: Searching My Recent SearchesPragmatic engineer newsletterHemingway AppSupport the showReady to start your own podcast?This show is hosted on Buzzsprout and it's awesome, not to mention a Ruby on Rails application. Let Buzzsprout know we sent you and you'll get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.
51:47 5/11/22