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RR 453: Ruby Next: Get future Ruby changes now with Vladimir Dementyev


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We talk with Vladimir Dementyev about Ruby Next, its use cases and why you might want to get features from newer versions of Ruby in your current version

Panel
  • Dave Kimura
  • John Epperson
  • Tom Rossi
Guest
  • Vladimir Dementyev
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"The MaxCoders...


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 2020-03-31  52m
 
 

RR 452: The History and Personalities of Ruby with Chris O’Sullivan


Chris O’Sullivan joins the Rogues to talk about the people who influenced Ruby and how it’s shaped the community and technology we have today...


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 2020-03-17  59m
 
 

RR 451: Pair Programming with Ian Norris


David Kimura and John Epperson talk with Ian Norris on his experiences with Pair Programming. We discuss misconceptions, when pair programming works and when it doesn’t, remote paring and different types of pair programming...


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 2020-03-03  56m
 
 

RR 450: Writing Ruby for the Apple II with Colin Fulton


Colin Fulton has written a Ruby implementation in assembly for the Apple II. He's also got a fondness for the impossible and impractical applications of software. He walks through how he approached writing a somewhat limited version of Ruby for a old and limited machine. He also talks through other ways to explore the limits of Ruby and other programming languages...


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 2020-02-25  57m
 
 

RR 449: Everything worth doing has already been done with Zachary Schroeder


In this episode of Ruby Rogues, Zachary and the panelists speak about doing small projects. They cover half-done projects, when is a project really “done” and staying focused. An unfinished project is not a failure and making a small project helps to make a complete project...


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 2020-02-18  1h5m
 
 

RR 448: How To Avoid Catastrophes with Jon Druse


Jon Druse is a developer from Tennessee and has been using Rails for 15 years. He starts the show by sharing some of the background behind his RailsConf talk “How To Lose 50 Milion Records in 5 Minutes” and the various mistakes that were made that lead to such a dramatic loss. The loss of these records lead the company to refactor and rewrite the entire app in MongoDB. Jon talks about the decision to use Mongo...


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 2020-02-04  41m
 
 

MRS 102: Elia Schito


My Ruby Story this week welcomes Elia Schito, a senior developer for Nebulab. Elia has been working with Ruby for the past 12 years. Charles starts off by asking how Elia became a developer...


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 2020-01-21  38m
 
 

RR 447: All About Kafka and Oracle with Bob Quillin and Karthik Gaekwad


Bob Quillin and Karthik Gaekwad are on the Oracle developer relations team. Karthik has been on Ruby Rogues previously, and he explains how he went from the Kubernetes team to developer relations. They begin the show by explaining what Kafka is, the leading open-source event streaming platform that Oracle is compatible with. It allows cloud developers to build, publish, and subscribe models for streams of records in addition to many other functions...


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 2020-01-21  46m
 
 

RR 446: Development Environments


Today the panel is talking about their development environments and preferences. Most of them run on Macs, but they talk about other operating systems. They discuss some of the pros and cons of using Apple products. While Apple has conveniences to help you restore data, many of them have had issues with cabling and the fact that Macs are not easily extendable...


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 2020-01-14  58m
 
 

RR 445: Location Services with Mithun Dhar


Mithun leads development relations at HERE Technologies which specializes in building location services and location platforms. A lot of location is so seamlessly integrated we don’t even have to think about it, but it’s quite complex. He talks about how location services work, such as a ride-sharing app. He talks about some of the tools and data available from HERE Technologies for people who want to use location services...


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 2020-01-07  1h1m