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.