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RR 434: Surviving Webpack with Ross Kaffenberger

Ross Kaffenberger is a software engineer at Stitch Fix and has been developing web applications for the past 12 years, mostly in Ruby and JavaScript. Today he and the panel are discussing how to survive Webpack. When many folks first encounter Webpack, they feel confused, overwhelmed, and don’t know how to get it to do what you want it to. In the latest version they tried to introduce some more sane default settings, but it is still a major change in technology...



MRS 099: Joe Leo

Joe Leo joins Charles Max Wood on this week's My Ruby Story. Joe is the Founder and CEO of the agile software consultancy, Def Method. He shares his journey as a developer. Joe was tutored by his uncle and learned how to code in Basic on a command line. He wanted to be in the music industry and liked math.Joe is currently working on holistic product development and is delving into areas such as what makes a good product manager and what makes a good product design...



RR 433: ShipLane with John Epperson

John Epperson has been doing ruby for 12 years and is a friend of Andrew Mason. He got into Docker a couple years ago and felt like something was missing, so he wrote Shiplane. He liked Docker because it was a promise that he could delegate a lot of the manual devops work to something else, and that something else was able to automate all of it...



MRS 098: David A. Black

David A. Black, Software Engineer IV at 2U, joins Charles Max Wood on this week's My Ruby Story. David A. Black has been a Ruby user for 19 years and has been writing books about Ruby for the last 14 years.David has been coding since he was 13 years old. He got a Ph.D. in Cinema Studies at New York University.Host: Charles Max WoodJoined by Special Guest: David A...



RR 432: Stop Testing, Start Storytelling Mike Schutte

Mike Schutte is a fronted developer at TED conferences and was trained in code school at Turing in Colorado. He likes the idea of code as a communication tool, and in 2018 he gave a talk at RailsConf called Stop Testing. Start Storytelling. Today the panel is discussing what Mike means by storytelling in testing...



RR 431: Building a Consulting Business with Todd Kaufman

Todd Kaufman is one of the cofounders of Test Double, a software development consultancy that was started 8 years ago. Todd talks about how he got started with Test Double and how it grew. He and Justin started Test Double because he felt that a lot of consultancies didn’t align with what they thought was important. Most consultancies then didn’t focus on good software development practices, and instead focused solely on the process...



MRS 097: Saverio Miroddi

Saverio Miroddi joins Charles Max Wood on this week's My Ruby Story. Saverio is a systems engineer and a backend programmer at Ticketsolve. He is originally from Italy and currently lives in Germany. Saverio shares his journey as a Ruby developer and also his passions outside of work such as bouldering.Saverio fell in love with programming when he was 7 years old with COmmodere 64...



MRS 096: Daniel Pritchett

Episode SummaryThis week's My Ruby Story welcomes Daniel Pritchett, an infrastructure engineer at Gremlin. Daniel talks about his programming journey and his life in Florida where he moved to recently.Daniel has degrees in Management Information Systems and Computer Science from the University of Alabama. He talks about the fact that even though he learned about programming in theory at school, he didn't feel confident a a programmer until he was introduced to Ruby...


 2019-09-17  35m

RR 430: Opal with Elia Schito

Episode Summary Today’s guest Elia Schito has been a Ruby developer for 12+ years. During his career he looked for Ruby to JavaScript translators and found Opal.The panel discusses where Opal belongs within an app and when the compilation into JavaScript occurs. The main reason a person would want to use Opal is to avoid writing in JavaScript.Elia talks about the benefits of using Opal. One is that productivity is better in a language like Ruby...


 2019-09-17  59m

RR 429: Mechanical Confidence with Adam Cuppy

Episode SummaryAdam Cuppy is the cofounder and current chief operating officer at Zeal, web and mobile app consultancy. Today the panel is discussing the talk he gave at Rails Conf called Mechanically Confident. Adam has a hypothesis that confidence is not the result of belief alone but ingrained routine...


 2019-09-10  1h12m