A weekly Ruby focused podcast hosted by Andrew Mason and Julie J. Each week we discuss topics ranging from Ruby, Ruby on Rails, learning, how to be a better developer, and more. The focus is on providing a podcast that caters to junior Ruby on Rails developers.
How to Open Source with Richard Schneeman
Getting your first contribution to an open source project is a lot harder than many make it seem, but fear not future contributors! Richard Schneeman joins the show to talk to Andrew and Julie about getting into open source contribution, and his new book, How to Open Source. Ready to contribute but don't even know where to start? Go ahead and download this episode now to find out!
Screencasting Basics with Collin Jilbert
Andrew and Julie are joined today by Collin Jilbert, an engineer at GoRails, to talk all things screencasting. Have you ever been interested in creating screencasts about Ruby on Rails topics? Go ahead and download this episode now to find out how!
Attending Conferences 101
Julie and Andrew share their conference survival guide including how to meet people, talk attendee do's and don'ts, the Hallway Track, and more! Want to get the most out of your next conference experience? Are you interested in getting Ruby for All stickers? Go ahead and download this episode now to find out how!
Updating The PickAxe Book with Noel Rappin
Noel Rappin is here to announce the beta release of the 5th edition of Programming Ruby, commonly known as "The PickAxe Book". Noel shares the history of the book, why he decided to update it for Ruby 3.2, what's inside the book, and when we can expect the final release.
Writing Better Rails Tests with Jason Swett
Want to write better tests for your Rails app? Jason Swett is here to teach us more about testing terminology and patterns, tips for improving, and to share a discount code for his book!
Julie's Epic Crossover
In this epic crossover episode with the Rubber Duck Dev Show, Julie discusses the beginner's journey she got started as a software developer with Chris and Creston.