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Ruby on Rails Podcast

Ruby on Rails Podcast

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

Latest Episodes

329: All My Best Programming Tips with Jason Swett

Jason Swett is a developer, speaker, author and the host of The Rails with Jason podcast. He and Brittany discussed bringing diversity into the podcasting space and some of his favorite tips from his blog post, "All my best programming tips".

33 MIN1 d ago
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329: All My Best Programming Tips with Jason Swett

328: rails new cool_app --minimal with Haroon Ahmed

This week, Brittany is joined by Haroon Ahmed, a programmer from Coventry, UK. He is a Hacker, Rubyist, and open source contributor. They discuss his latest contribution to Rails (--minimal) and how OS can open up career opportunities for developers.

26 MIN1 w ago
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328: rails new cool_app --minimal with Haroon Ahmed

327: JetBrains & RubyMine with Natalie Kudanova

Natalie Kudanova is a product marketing manager for JetBrains RubyMine, an IDE for Ruby and Rails developers. She helps the RubyMine team understand the needs of their users. In this short episode, she and Brittany discuss the best way to reach Ruby developers and IDE innovations.

16 MIN2 w ago
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327: JetBrains & RubyMine with Natalie Kudanova

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

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.

27 MIN3 w ago
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326: Job Searching and Hiring Advice During the Pandemic with Brian Mariani

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

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.

56 MINJUL 8
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325: [REPOST] Ruby Blend: Open Sourcing a Ruby Gem with Brittany Martin

324: Rails::Engine with Vladimir Dementyev

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.

23 MINJUL 1
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324: Rails::Engine with Vladimir Dementyev

323: Keen to Keeping Using Ruby with Nick Schwaderer

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.

28 MINJUN 24
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323: Keen to Keeping Using Ruby with Nick Schwaderer

322: Rails CI Pipeline Performance with Kelly Sutton

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".

25 MINJUN 17
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322: Rails CI Pipeline Performance with Kelly Sutton

321: Ruby API and Bundler with Colby Swandale

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!

30 MINJUN 10
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321: Ruby API and Bundler with Colby Swandale

320: ViewComponents in Action with Andrew Mason

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.

27 MINMAY 27
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320: ViewComponents in Action with Andrew Mason

Latest Episodes

329: All My Best Programming Tips with Jason Swett

Jason Swett is a developer, speaker, author and the host of The Rails with Jason podcast. He and Brittany discussed bringing diversity into the podcasting space and some of his favorite tips from his blog post, "All my best programming tips".

33 MIN1 d ago
Comments
329: All My Best Programming Tips with Jason Swett

328: rails new cool_app --minimal with Haroon Ahmed

This week, Brittany is joined by Haroon Ahmed, a programmer from Coventry, UK. He is a Hacker, Rubyist, and open source contributor. They discuss his latest contribution to Rails (--minimal) and how OS can open up career opportunities for developers.

26 MIN1 w ago
Comments
328: rails new cool_app --minimal with Haroon Ahmed

327: JetBrains & RubyMine with Natalie Kudanova

Natalie Kudanova is a product marketing manager for JetBrains RubyMine, an IDE for Ruby and Rails developers. She helps the RubyMine team understand the needs of their users. In this short episode, she and Brittany discuss the best way to reach Ruby developers and IDE innovations.

16 MIN2 w ago
Comments
327: JetBrains & RubyMine with Natalie Kudanova

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

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.

27 MIN3 w ago
Comments
326: Job Searching and Hiring Advice During the Pandemic with Brian Mariani

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

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.

56 MINJUL 8
Comments
325: [REPOST] Ruby Blend: Open Sourcing a Ruby Gem with Brittany Martin

324: Rails::Engine with Vladimir Dementyev

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.

23 MINJUL 1
Comments
324: Rails::Engine with Vladimir Dementyev

323: Keen to Keeping Using Ruby with Nick Schwaderer

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.

28 MINJUN 24
Comments
323: Keen to Keeping Using Ruby with Nick Schwaderer

322: Rails CI Pipeline Performance with Kelly Sutton

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".

25 MINJUN 17
Comments
322: Rails CI Pipeline Performance with Kelly Sutton

321: Ruby API and Bundler with Colby Swandale

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!

30 MINJUN 10
Comments
321: Ruby API and Bundler with Colby Swandale

320: ViewComponents in Action with Andrew Mason

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.

27 MINMAY 27
Comments
320: ViewComponents in Action with Andrew Mason
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