019 - Charles Nutter and Tom Enebo, Co-Leads of the JRuby Project
Charles and Tom, co-leads of the JRuby project, explain what JRuby is, how it works and who it’s for. Our guests also patiently answer Jason’s numerous and excruciatingly fine-grained questions. Charles and Jason also discuss their respective endeavors for spicy food during their international travels.
018 - Andrew Culver, Creator of Bullet Train
Andrew and I got together to discuss his software Bullet Train, service objects, POROs, and the value of code testability.
017 Benedikt Deicke, Co-Founder of Userlist
On today's episode, Benedickt Deicke and I discuss Ember + Rails as an architecture choice, starting a software project from scratch, some of our past failed business attempts.
016 - Richard Schneeman
Richard Schneeman and I discuss his job with Heroku, rate limiting, inventions, refrigeration, peas, and the overlaps between mechanical engineering and coding.
015 - Mike Perham, Creator of Sidekiq
Me and Mike discuss, among other things, good use cases for Sidekiq, deploying Sidekiq to production, and side topics like what the JVM is and what threads are.
014 - A Completely Unfocused and Utterly Mind-Blowing Conversation with Noah Gibbs
Noah and I got together for a conversation about his book Rebuilding Rails and then immediately digressed into a series of fascinating rabbit holes about the history of coding and computers themselves.
013 - Rails Performance with Nate Berkopec
I talk with Nate Berkopec about common Rails performance issues. Nate also explains what the heck threads and connection pools are.
012 - Transitioning from Freelance to Products with Mike Buckbee
Mike Buckbee, founder of Expedited Security returns and we discuss how we transitioned from freelance work to building our own products.
011 - Two Docker Noobs Talk About Docker - with Andrew Mason
In this episode I drag my friend Andrew Mason through a long, rambling, undisciplined discussion of a number of things including me and Andrew's respective experiences with Docker.
010 - Vim Tips with Trae Robrock
Trae Robrock returns and we share our favorite tips, tricks, and plugins for working in Vim.
009 - Freelancing and Entrepreneurship as a Programmer with Mike Buckbee
Mike Buckbee, founder of Expedited Security, and I talk about our how we approach entrepreneurship, what we've learned, and why you shouldn't listen to our advice.
008 - Maintaining Large Rails Applications with Ernesto Tagwerker
In this episode, Ernesto Tagwerker and I discuss how we approach working on large Rails applications, methods for writing useful tests in a large application setting, and we extend an invitation to join us for some Nashville hot chicken in August at Southeast Ruby.
007 - How to Find a Job with Charles Max Wood
Charles Max Wood and I discuss how to create, grow, and leverage the relationships you need to get the work you want as a programmer.
006 - Me and Trae Robrock Share Our Favorite Debugging Tips
Me and Trae Robrock share all our favorite debugging tips.
005 - Vladimir Dementyev and I Discuss Contributing to Rails
Vladimir Dementyev and I discuss the hows, whens, and whys of contributing to Rails and other open source projects.
004 - Webpacker with Prathamesh Sonpatki, Director at BigBinary
003 - Rails Security with Frank Rietta
Today, Frank Rietta and I discuss common application vulnerabilities from the OWASP Top Ten and basic steps you can take to secure your Rails code as part of your development process.
002 - Stimulus and Webpacker with Noel Rappin
In today's episode, I talk to developer and author Noel Rappin about Webpack, Webpacker, and Stimulus.
001 - Ben Orenstein, Co-Founder of Tuple
On my premiere episode, I talk with Ben Orenstein about refactoring, forms in Rails, the pros and cons of inheritance, levels of abstraction, and ActiveRecord callbacks.