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RR 444: Rails Against the Machine

Brittany Martin, Lead Web Developer at the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust joins the panel today to talk about her talk "Rails Against The Machine". She has given this talk at Southeast Ruby, Rubyconf MY and Ruby on Ice.

Brittany Martin works for the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust as the nonprofit’s Lead Web Developer, where she is part of the team that develops, supports and maintains the Trust’s ticketing and festival web applications...


 2019-12-31  47m

RR 443: Sharing Tips from the Trench with Sven Akerman Jr.

Sven Akerman Jr. is the chief architect at Outlook Insight. Today he and the panel are talking about the process behind development, specifically how Sven helped improve the software development process at his previous employer. When he started, they had a formal Scrum/Agile process for the first 5 years, but recognized gaps using key performance indicators like turnaround time...


 2019-12-24  53m

RR 442: GitLab Commit with Eddie Zaneski, Shamiq Islam and Jasmine James

Live from GitLab Commit 2019, Charles Max Wood is joined by Eddie Zaneski from Digital Ocean to talk about his talk on "Creating a CI/CD Pipeline with GitLab and Kubernetes in 20 minutes", Shamiq Islam from Coinbase to talk about his talk on "Closing the SDLC Loop- Automating Security" and Jasmine James, from Delta Air Lines on her talk " How Delta Became Cloud Native" ...


 2019-12-17  53m

RR 441: Solidus with Alessandro Desantis

Alessandro Desantis is the director of Nebulab and is currently working on Solidus. After talking a little bit about how Nebulab got started, he describes what Solidus is. Solidus is a free, open source eCommerce platform built in Ruby on Rails that gives you complete control over your store. Three things that set it apart from other eCommerce platforms are that it is governed by a single company and that the focus is on quality and backwards compatibility...


 2019-12-10  31m

RR 440: Swagger and OpenAPI with Josh Ponelat

Today the panel discusses the difference between Swagger and Open API with Josh Ponelat. Josh details the difference between the two. Swagger is a set of protocols around describing restful APIs. Swagger was taken over by a company called SmartBear, who donated the donated the specification to the Open Linux Foundation, and that became the Open API. Swagger is the tooling surrounding these specifications. Open API is a standardized way to describe a restful API in a YAML file...


 2019-12-03  46m

RR 439: Human Powered Rails: Automated Crowdsourcing In Your RoR App with Andrew Glass

Andrew Glass is a Brooklyn based Rubyist operating a small independent devshop called Bang Equals. He has held many ‘enrichment jobs’, including being a ball person at US Open for 5 years, traveling for judging Guinness World Record attempts, and will be a balloon holder in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade this year. Today the panel is discussing his about his 2018 RailsConf talk, Human Powered Rails: Automated Crowdsourcing In Your Ruby on Rails App...


 2019-11-26  44m

The MaxCoders Guide To Finding Your Dream Developer Job

"The MaxCoders Guide to Finding Your Dream Developer Job" by Charles Max Wood is available on Amazon. Get your copyheretoday only for $2.99!


 2019-11-20  14m

RR 438: Deviating from the Rails Core

Today Charles and dave are discussing deviating from the Rails core. Dave doesn’t care for JavaScript frameworks or microservices as he believes that they add too much complexity. These things may become necessary when your project gets massive, but otherwise we shouldn’t jump to these as a first option. If you don’t need the frontend powerhouse features, you may want to see how far you can get with Rails and a minimal frontend...


 2019-11-19  43m

RR 437: Deploying Rails Onto Kubernetes with Khash Sajadi

Khash and Kasia works for Cloud 66, a company started in 2012 with a goal to make Rails deployment simple and infrastructure easy to understand for application developers. As the company has moved towards containerization, they have integrated with Kubernetes. Khash talks about what distinguishes Cloud 66 from other platform as a service companies and why the company was started...


 2019-11-12  55m

RR 436: Determining Pricing with Michael Herold

Michael Herold is married to an economist and is a staff engineer at Flywheel where he writes Ruby programs to support PHP programs. He gave a talk at RailsConf 2018 about how to price a product. The frame for the problem is whenever you have a business idea, you eventually have to decide how to price it, and the pricing area is ripe for inefficiency on both customer and business ends...


 2019-11-05  45m