All Ruby Podcasts By Devchat.tv

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All ruby related podcasts from Devchat.tv, including: - Ruby Rogues - My Ruby Story - Ruby Rants

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  • Building with Just What You Need Using Roda with Jeremy Evans - RUBY 507

    21/07/2021 Duração: 01h05min

    Jeremy Evans, author of the Roda framework, joins the Rogues to talk about how to use Roda to build Ruby web applications. Roda is a super lightweight framework that adds features through plugins to give you the power you need when you need it to build your applications. This allows you to bring in only what you need in order to get fast and easy to maintain code. Panel Charles Max Wood Dave Kimura  Luke Stutters Guest Jeremy Evans Sponsors Dev Influencers Accelerator Raygun | Click here to get started on your free 14-day trial  Links GitHub | jeremyevans/roda Roda: Routing Tree Web Toolkit GitHub | jeremyevans/roda-sequel-stack GitHub | jeremyevans/r10k GitHub | shrinerb/shrine code.jeremyevans.net GitHub : Jeremy Evans ( jeremyevans ) Twitter: Jeremy Evans ( @jeremyevans0 ) Picks Charles- Sea Lion Fins Charles- Atlas Shrugged  Charles- The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry Dave-  DeWalt Heat Gun 20v  Dave- Creality | CR-10 Smart Jeremy- Xanadu Nex

  • What's Cooking in Rails 7 featuring Jason Dinsmore - RUBY 506

    14/07/2021 Duração: 51min

    Jason Dinsmore went spelunking through the changelogs for Rails and pulled out the latest features for the most popular Ruby web development framework. Jason and the Rogues go through the changes and discuss the upcoming changes in Rails 7. Panel Charles Max Wood Darren Broemmer Dave Kimura John Epperson Luke Stutters Guest Jason Dinsmore Sponsors Dev Influencers Accelerator Links What's Cooking in Rails 7? GitHub | attr-encrypted/attr_encrypted Rails 7 will introduce invert_where method, but it's dangerous Twitter: Jason Dinsmore ( @dinjas ) Picks Charles- Atlas Shrugged  Darren- Emojicrytion Dave-  CalDigit Element Hub Dave- CalDigit Connect 10G Jason- GitHub | mbj/mutant Jason- Remote Development using SSH Jason- hint.io John- Katherine of Sky - YouTube John- GitHub | attr-encrypted/attr_encrypted John- Cliffhangers work Luke- Factorio Luke- Conventional Commits Contact Charles: Devchat.tv DevChat.tv | Facebook

  • The Ruby Fiber Scheduler with Wander Hillen - RUBY 505

    07/07/2021 Duração: 01h01min

    The Ruby fiber scheduler is a powerful new feature in Ruby that we brought Wander Hillen along to discuss with us. Ruby fibers are a way of managing threading and concurrency within Ruby. This episode explains uses that can come from the fiber scheduler and what it offers in doing work outside the main process to increase efficiency. Panel Darren Broemmer John Epperson Luke Stutters Guest Wander Hillen  Sponsors Dev Influencers Accelerator Raygun | Click here to get started on your free 14-day trial  Links Ruby 3.0 and the new FiberScheduler interface Pre-emptive fiber-based concurrency in MRI Ruby Light-weight scheduler for improved concurrency Efficient IO with io_uring The blog of wjwh - Home Picks Darren- AWS App Runner John- CarbotAnimations - YouTube Luke- Managing Windows windows within mruby Part 2: Creating a window from mruby Wander- arduino-copilot: Arduino programming in haskell using the Copilot stream DSL Contact Darre

  • Models in Migrations? and a Year of Open Source Contributions with Jake Yesbeck - RUBY 504

    30/06/2021 Duração: 01h06min

    Jake Yesbeck joins the Rogues this week to talk about how to handle models and data migrations in your Ruby on Rails applications. He and the Rogues discuss the pros and cons of including models in your Rails migrations and the strategies for migrating data as part of migrating your database structure. The panel then dives into Jake’s year of contributing to open source each day. What he learned and what he gained from making a contribution every day of an entire year to open source. Panel Charles Max Wood Darren Broemmer John Epperson Luke Stutters Guest Jake Yesbeck Sponsors Dev Influencers Accelerator Links A Successful Year of Commits Why You Should Avoid Models in Rails Migrations GitHub: Jake Yesbeck ( yez ) Twitter: Jake Yesbeck ( @jakeyesbeck ) Picks Charles-  Who Not How Charles- OnceHub Charles- Zapier Charles- Discourse Charles- Monday.com Charles- Riverside.fm Charles- Dev Influencers | Devchat.tv Darren- CodeTour Jake- Noma

  • Cleanly and Easily Serializing JSON with Alba featuring Masafumi Okura - RUBY 503

    23/06/2021 Duração: 48min

    Masafumi Okura is the organizer of Kaigi on Rails and the author of the Alba--a JSON serializer library. The Rogues dive in and get the details on Kaigi on Rails and discuss how to serialize data into JSON within your application. They also discuss why we need another JSON serializer library and which options Alba offers. Panel Dave Kimura Darren Broemmer Luke Stutters Guest Masafumi Okura Sponsors Dev Influencers Accelerator Links Ruby Galaxy v0.1 Okura Masafumi - Kaigi on Rails - YouTube okuramasafumi.com CFApp GitHub | procore/blueprinter GitHub | okuramasafumi/alba Exploring de-serialization issues in Ruby projects GitHub | amatsuda/jb Twitter: Kaigi on Rails ( @kaigionrails ) Twitter: OKURA Masafumi ( @okuramasafumi ) Picks Darren- GitHub | adomokos/light-service Dave- AirTag - Apple Luke- rdm6300 | RubyGems.org Masafumi - esa Masafumi- GitHub | mruby/mruby Contact Darren: Twitter: Darren Broemmer ( @DarrenBroemmer ) Contact

  • Refactoring to Five Lines of Code with Christian Clausen - RUBY 502

    16/06/2021 Duração: 52min

    Christian Clausen is the author of the book Five Lines of Code in the Manning Early Access Program. He advocates for a rule based refactoring system. One of the rules he uses is refactoring your methods to be five lines of code. Listen in to hear him explain why five lines of code matters and how to get there. Panel John Epperson Guest Christian Clausen Sponsors Dev Influencers Accelerator Raygun | Click here to get started on your free 14-day trial Links Sandi Metz' Rules For Developers Christian Clausen - Medium Twitter: Christian Clausen ( @thedrlambda ) GitHub: Christian Clausen ( thedrlambda ) Picks Christian- Embracing Imperfection John- Fiber Gummy

  • Can Active Storage Serve Images for the Modern Web? by Mark Hutter - RUBY 501

    09/06/2021 Duração: 56min

    Dave Kimura and Luke Stutters talk with Mark Hutter about Active Storage and his experience building a large image driven application. We talk about some of the issues and workarounds when implementing Active Storage. Panel Dave Kimura Luke Stutters Guest Mark Hutter Sponsors Dev Influencers Accelerator Links The Speedshop Ruby on Rails Performance Blog Active storage add proxying - GitHub Ruby on Rails Screencasts GitHub | rubyjs/mini_racer Mark Hutter | Lead Engineer GitHub: Mark Hutter ( mrkhutter ) Twitter: Mark Hutter ( @mrkhutter ) Picks Dave- Sigma 16mm f/1.4 DC DN Contemporary Lens for Sony E  Dave- NexDock  Dave-  Episode #256 CDN on Active Storage Uploads Luke- StutsBlog - Technical Blog Luke- GitHub | rails/execjs Mark- MH40 Wireless Over-Ear Headphones Mark- solnic.codes Contact Dave: Ruby on Rails Screencasts Twitter: Dave Kimura ( @kobaltz ) GitHub: David Kimura ( kobaltz )

  • The 3 Essentials for Successful Job Outcomes - BONUS

    04/06/2021 Duração: 35min

    Chuck dives into the 3 essentials for getting the next successful outcome you want in your career. Whether that's something simple like a raise or something more complex like going freelance, you can achieve it by working on 3 main areas. First, building skills. The most obvious type of skills you'll need is technical skills. However, don't neglect your people skills and your organizational skills as well since you're often paid for how you work with people and enhance their work and how you put your work together in the most efficient ways. Second, building relationships. Often other people will be able to help you find the opportunities or will be the ones to make the decisions that impact your ability to get the outcome you want. Having good relationships is key to having good outcomes. Third, building recognition. Being known for being valuable in important ways allows you to leverage the skills you have to build better relationships and create opportunities to get what you need

  • Episode 500 - RUBY 500

    02/06/2021 Duração: 01h09min

    Chuck, Luke, and Dave are joined by Eric Berry for a roundtable chat and celebration of 500 episodes and 10 years of Ruby Rogues. They start out discussing where each of them are at these days. Then talk about their favorite episodes of the show. They talk about what they see for the future of Ruby and then discuss the future of the show and where they go from here. Panel Charles Max Wood Dave Kimura Luke Stutters Guest Eric Berry Sponsors Dev Influencers Accelerator Raygun | Click here to get started on your free 14-day trial  Links RR 428: Arming the Rebels with Rails 6 Featuring David Heinemeier Hansson | Devchat.tv RR 324: Developer Horror Stories | Devchat.tv Bug #15732 - Ruby master Picks Charles- Who Not How Charles- Focus Blocks Dave- Fertilizer for your garden Eric- Gitcoin Luke- Devchat.tv Contact Charles: Devchat.tv DevChat.tv | Facebook Twitter: DevChat.tv ( @devchattv ) Contact Dave: Ruby on Rails Screencasts Twitter

  • How to Get Hired at a FANG Company - BONUS

    28/05/2021 Duração: 22min

    Chuck explains what he taught Nathan last week when we asked how to get hired at a FANG (Facebook Apple/Amazon Netflix Google) company. Essentially, it boils down to how to build the skills and knowledge needed to pass the interview. How to build the relationships to get into the door and have the interviewer want you to succeed. And how to build the reputation that has the company wanting you regardless of the outcome. This approach also works for speaking at conferences, selling courses, and other outcomes as well as it's the core of building a successful career as an influencer. Panel Charles Max Wood

  • Upgrading from Sprockets to Webpacker with Ariel Juodziukynas - RUBY 499

    26/05/2021 Duração: 01h13min

    Ariel Juodziukynas joins the Rogues to talk about how to upgrade your Ruby on Rails application from Sprockets to Webpacker. Sprockets was introduced in Rails 3.1 to help you manage your static assets including JavaScript. Webpack came along to help manage JavaScript and eventually other assets later on and was adopted into Rails in version 5 and is now the preferred way to manage JavaScript assets in Ruby on Rails applications. Ariel has written a guide on how to move from Sprockets to Webpacker and discussed with the Rogues the pros, cons, and pitfalls of such a move in your applications. Panel John Epperson Luke Stutters Guest Ariel Juodziukynas Sponsors Dev Influencers Accelerator Links Goodbye Dependabot Preview, hello Dependabot! How to Migrate your JavaScript from Sprockets to Webpacker Webpack VS Sprockets GitHub | fastruby/next_rails Phoenix.LiveView  Twitter: Ariel Juodziukynas ( @arieljuod ) Picks Ariel- GitHub | arielj/rails-new-app J

  • Developing your development - RUBY 498

    19/05/2021 Duração: 54min

    Mason McLead from software.com shows us the editor-integrated suite of tools that help you become a better developer. We find out what music makes you code better (and worse), how data reveals the habits of the world's top coders and why Saturday is code day. Panel Charles Max Wood Dave Kimura Luke Stutters Guest Mason McLead  Sponsors Dev Influencers Accelerator Raygun | Click here to get started on your free 14-day trial Links Software Top 40 Software.com LinkedIn- Mason Mclead Picks Charles- Fanatical Prospecting Charles- Who Not How Charles- Monday.com Charles- Zapier Dave- J-B Weld  Luke- Rubyist Mason- Materialize Mason- Darn Tough Vermont Contact Charles: Devchat.tv DevChat.tv | Facebook Twitter: DevChat.tv ( @devchattv ) Contact Dave: Ruby on Rails Screencasts Twitter: Dave Kimura ( @kobaltz ) GitHub: David Kimura ( kobaltz )

  • Building a UDP Server with Ruby Ractors with Claus Lensbøl - RUBY 497

    12/05/2021 Duração: 01h02min

    Claus Lensbøl is a Danish Devops engineer who built a UDP server using Ractors--a new feature in Ruby 3.0. Ractors is a method of getting concurrency in Ruby. It's what threads should have been to give us the ability to use multiple cores with one Ruby program without forking into multiple processes. Panel Charles Max Wood John Epperson Guest Claus Lensbøl Sponsors Dev Influencers Accelerator Links Timeout: Ruby’s Most Dangerous API Creating a UDP server with Ruby Ractors Claus Lensbøl - Telecommunication Software Engineer Twitter: Claus Lensbøl ( @lensboel ) Picks Charles- Ruby Rogues | Devchat.tv Charles- Who Not How Charles- Xero Accounting Software Charles- Checking in on people Claus- Help new people get into the community John- Google Pixel Phone John- OREO Dark Chocolate Sandwich Cookies

  • Becoming the Go-To Person in Your Technology Area - BONUS

    07/05/2021 Duração: 16min

    Chuck was on a strategic call with one of his potential coaching clients talking about cryptocurrencies and realized that this is one of the major reasons that people want to become influencers. Or, rather, that many people aspire to make a difference and/or make money and the best way to do that is to become the person people go to for what you do. So, how do you become the first person people think of when they think of that thing you know how to do? Let Chuck tell you. Panel Charles Max Wood

  • Why Write Rails View Tests with Nikola Đuza - RUBY 496

    05/05/2021 Duração: 57min

    We test our Rails Controllers, Models, Helpers, and Services. But, why don't we test our views? Nikola Đuza has started testing his and explains how he does it and what he's learned about the process. He also explains what confidence it's added for him when writing his Rails code. Panel Charles Max Wood Dave Kimura  Luke Stutters Guest Nikola Đuza Sponsors Dev Influencers Accelerator Raygun | Click here to get started on your free 14-day trial  Links Why Write Rails View Tests Pragmatic Pineapple Twitter: Nikola Đuza ( @nikolalsvk ) GitHub: Nikola Đuza ( nikolalsvk ) Picks Charles- Get outside Charles- Go to a farm Charles- Go to nature Charles- Devchat.tv/Premium Charles- Dev Influencers | Devchat.tv Charles- She's in Tech | Devchat.tv Dave-  Apple TV Dave- Parachute Toy Luke- Tonysa RJ45 Screw Terminal Adaptor, DVR Ethernet Connector  Luke- RFID & NFC Human Chip implants Nikola- iMac - Apple

  • Don't Let These Things Keep You From Podcasting - BONUS

    29/04/2021 Duração: 15min

    Charles talks about the things that get developers stuck when they're trying to start their podcast or other influencer channel. He explains how to get around having those things hamper your journey. Panel Charles Max Wood

  • Reflecting on Stimulus with Julian Rubisch - RUBY 495

    28/04/2021 Duração: 01h04min

    We talk with Julian about a few projects, including Stimulus, Stimulus Reflex, and SPAs and how they fit into our modern tech stacks. Panel Charles Max Wood John Epperson Luke Stutters Guest Julian Rubisch Sponsors Dev Influencers Accelerator Links Ruby on Rails Drag and Drop Uploads with Active Storage, Stimulus.js and Dropzone.js GitHub | stimulus-use/stimulus-use StimulusReflex CableReady GitHub | julianrubisch/futurism GitHub: Julian Rubisch  Twitter: Julian Rubisch ( @julian_rubisch ) Picks Charles- Golf Charles- Riverside.fm Charles- monday.com Charles- Dev Influencers | Devchat.tv John- Ruby on Rails Drag and Drop Uploads with Active Storage, Stimulus.js and Dropzone.js John- Stimulus John- DEKUYPER HOT DAMN! 100 PROOF Julian- What Tech Calls Thinking by Adrian Daub Luke- Julian Rubisch on Apple Music Luke- GitHub | hexdigest/ruby-nfc

  • BONUS: Relationships Matter Most

    23/04/2021 Duração: 19min

    Charles Max Wood talks about how to build, grow, and benefit from positive relationships within programming. He talks about how he's built genuine positive relationships with hundreds of programmers and how he and others have grown from those relationships. He also explains that you get out of relationships what you put into them. Finally, he goes into how to begin to build relationships by building a system of influence you can use on behalf of the people you want relationships with. Panel Charles Max Wood

  • RUBY 494: Reducing Friction at the Authorization Layer with John Nunemaker

    21/04/2021 Duração: 57min

    Dave Kimura, Luke Stutters, and John Epperson talk with John Nunemaker about Rails Authorization. John dives into the Pundit and how he had created a wrapper around the authorization to provide meaningful messages to his application layer. Panel Dave Kimura John Epperson Luke Stutters Guest John Nunemaker Sponsors Dev Influencers Accelerator Raygun | Click here to get started on your free 14-day trial  Links Rails: How to Reduce Friction at the Authorization Layer GitHub | palkan/action_policy FlipperCloud  Multiple Resources with Devise Picks Dave- Docker Desktop for Mac [Apple Silicon] Dave- Apple Mac M1 John E.- Archer C7 | AC1750 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router John N.- GitHub: Andrew Kane ( ankane ) John N.- GitHub | ankane/pghero Luke- $60 for an 800GB PCIe SSD, and it'll last forever???- YouTube Luke- Fans Luke- GitHub | picoruby/picoruby

  • BONUS: How Opportunities Come Your Way When You're an Influencer

    16/04/2021 Duração: 20min

    Charles Max Wood discusses several opportunities that came his way early in his podcasting career and other opportunities that have come to other people after only a couple of podcast episodes. He explains why that happens and how you can use this to create more influence as a developer. Panel Charles Max Wood

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