Hilary Stohs-Krause addresses the things that we have strong emotional reactions to as developers that maybe we shouldn't worry about them. She also leads a discussion with the panel around when fear is a good thing.
Paul Zaich from Checkr tells us about a critical outage that occurred, what caused it and how they tracked down and fixed the issue. The conversation ranges through troubleshooting complex systems, building team culture, blameless post-mortems, and monitoring the right things to make sure your applications don't fail or alert you when they do...
2,049 members of the Rails community from 92 countries kindly contributed their thoughts on tools, frameworks, and workflows in their day to day development lives. From these responses we hope to get an understanding of where Rails stands as a framework in 2020.
In this episode of Ruby Rogues, Chelsea Troy teaches us to hone our debugging skills to a razor-sharp edge. We learn how to actively improve debugging skills, train troubleshooting instincts and practical strategies for tackling brain-bending bugs.
In this episode of Ruby Rogues, Eric Hayes joins us with the story of his journey into the dark, undocumented depths of Arel, ActiveRecord’s private API. We learn why writing custom SQL queries in 2020 can make sense and how to unlock the more powerful features of modern databases without resorting to SQL strings. Eric tells us how he manages the potential pitfalls of using Arel and achieves massive performance wins for difficult queries on large databases...
In this episode of Ruby Rogues, Joe Santos Garcia from CodingPhase joins the panel to talk about how to successfully get into coding and grow into a coding career. He talks about growing his YouTube channel, membership site, and deciding where you want to land in your career.
React on Rails version 12 brings major improvements for hot reloading and bundle splitting. Justin Gordon talks about creating a great developer experience with React and Rails, the best way to manage your webpack configuration, simplify server and client-side rendering and avoid shaving those yaks!