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    • 4.6 • 44 Ratings

All ruby related podcasts from Devchat.tv, including:
- Ruby Rogues
- My Ruby Story
- Ruby Rants

    Building with Just What You Need Using Roda with Jeremy Evans - RUBY 507

    Building with Just What You Need Using Roda with Jeremy Evans - RUBY 507

    Jeremy Evans, author of the Roda framework, joins the Rogues to talk about how to use Roda to build Ruby web applications.


    Roda is a super lightweight framework that adds features through plugins to give you the power you need when you need it to build your applications. This allows you to bring in only what you need in order to get fast and easy to maintain code.


    Panel


    Charles Max Wood
    Dave Kimura 
    Luke Stutters


    Guest


    Jeremy Evans


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    Links


    GitHub | jeremyevans/roda
    Roda: Routing Tree Web Toolkit
    GitHub | jeremyevans/roda-sequel-stack
    GitHub | jeremyevans/r10k
    GitHub | shrinerb/shrine
    code.jeremyevans.net
    GitHub : Jeremy Evans ( jeremyevans )
    Twitter: Jeremy Evans ( @jeremyevans0 )


    Picks


    Charles- Sea Lion Fins
    Charles- Atlas Shrugged 
    Charles- The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry
    Dave-  DeWalt Heat Gun 20v 
    Dave- Creality | CR-10 Smart
    Jeremy- Xanadu Next
    Luke- A Rubyist's Walk Along the C-side
    Luke- The Pragmatic Programmer: Your Journey To Mastery, 20th Anniversary Edition


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    Ruby on Rails Screencasts
    Twitter: Dave Kimura ( @kobaltz )
    GitHub: David Kimura ( kobaltz )

    • 1 hr 5 min
    What's Cooking in Rails 7 featuring Jason Dinsmore - RUBY 506

    What's Cooking in Rails 7 featuring Jason Dinsmore - RUBY 506

    Jason Dinsmore went spelunking through the changelogs for Rails and pulled out the latest features for the most popular Ruby web development framework.





    Jason and the Rogues go through the changes and discuss the upcoming changes in Rails 7.





    Panel





    Charles Max Wood
    Darren Broemmer
    Dave Kimura
    John Epperson
    Luke Stutters





    Guest





    Jason Dinsmore





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    Links





    What's Cooking in Rails 7?
    GitHub | attr-encrypted/attr_encrypted
    Rails 7 will introduce invert_where method, but it's dangerous
    Twitter: Jason Dinsmore ( @dinjas )





    Picks





    Charles- Atlas Shrugged 
    Darren- Emojicrytion
    Dave-  CalDigit Element Hub
    Dave- CalDigit Connect 10G
    Jason- GitHub | mbj/mutant
    Jason- Remote Development using SSH
    Jason- hint.io
    John- Katherine of Sky - YouTube
    John- GitHub | attr-encrypted/attr_encrypted
    John- Cliffhangers work
    Luke- Factorio
    Luke- Conventional Commits





    Contact Charles:






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    Contact Darren:






    Twitter: Darren Broemmer ( @DarrenBroemmer )





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    Ruby on Rails Screencasts
    Twitter: Dave Kimura ( @kobaltz )
    GitHub: David Kimura ( kobaltz )

    • 51 min
    The Ruby Fiber Scheduler with Wander Hillen - RUBY 505

    The Ruby Fiber Scheduler with Wander Hillen - RUBY 505

    The Ruby fiber scheduler is a powerful new feature in Ruby that we brought Wander Hillen along to discuss with us. Ruby fibers are a way of managing threading and concurrency within Ruby.





    This episode explains uses that can come from the fiber scheduler and what it offers in doing work outside the main process to increase efficiency.





    Panel





    Darren Broemmer
    John Epperson
    Luke Stutters





    Guest





    Wander Hillen 





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    Links





    Ruby 3.0 and the new FiberScheduler interface
    Pre-emptive fiber-based concurrency in MRI Ruby
    Light-weight scheduler for improved concurrency
    Efficient IO with io_uring
    The blog of wjwh - Home





    Picks





    Darren- AWS App Runner
    John- CarbotAnimations - YouTube
    Luke- Managing Windows windows within mruby Part 2: Creating a window from mruby
    Wander- arduino-copilot: Arduino programming in haskell using the Copilot stream DSL





    Contact Darren:






    Twitter: Darren Broemmer ( @DarrenBroemmer )

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Models in Migrations? and a Year of Open Source Contributions with Jake Yesbeck - RUBY 504

    Models in Migrations? and a Year of Open Source Contributions with Jake Yesbeck - RUBY 504

    Jake Yesbeck joins the Rogues this week to talk about how to handle models and data migrations in your Ruby on Rails applications. He and the Rogues discuss the pros and cons of including models in your Rails migrations and the strategies for migrating data as part of migrating your database structure.





    The panel then dives into Jake’s year of contributing to open source each day. What he learned and what he gained from making a contribution every day of an entire year to open source.





    Panel





    Charles Max Wood
    Darren Broemmer
    John Epperson
    Luke Stutters





    Guest





    Jake Yesbeck





    Sponsors





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    Links





    A Successful Year of Commits
    Why You Should Avoid Models in Rails Migrations
    GitHub: Jake Yesbeck ( yez )
    Twitter: Jake Yesbeck ( @jakeyesbeck )





    Picks





    Charles-  Who Not How
    Charles- OnceHub
    Charles- Zapier
    Charles- Discourse
    Charles- Monday.com
    Charles- Riverside.fm
    Charles- Dev Influencers | Devchat.tv
    Darren- CodeTour
    Jake- Nomad
    John- Everhour
    John- Dark Chocolate Oreos
    Luke- Managing Windows windows within mruby Part 2: Creating a window from mruby
    Luke- GitHub | atitan/MFRC522_Ruby





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    Twitter: Darren Broemmer ( @DarrenBroemmer )

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Cleanly and Easily Serializing JSON with Alba featuring Masafumi Okura - RUBY 503

    Cleanly and Easily Serializing JSON with Alba featuring Masafumi Okura - RUBY 503

    Masafumi Okura is the organizer of Kaigi on Rails and the author of the Alba--a JSON serializer library. The Rogues dive in and get the details on Kaigi on Rails and discuss how to serialize data into JSON within your application.





    They also discuss why we need another JSON serializer library and which options Alba offers.





    Panel





    Dave Kimura
    Darren Broemmer
    Luke Stutters





    Guest





    Masafumi Okura





    Sponsors





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    Links





    Ruby Galaxy v0.1 Okura Masafumi - Kaigi on Rails - YouTube
    okuramasafumi.com
    CFApp
    GitHub | procore/blueprinter
    GitHub | okuramasafumi/alba
    Exploring de-serialization issues in Ruby projects
    GitHub | amatsuda/jb
    Twitter: Kaigi on Rails ( @kaigionrails )
    Twitter: OKURA Masafumi ( @okuramasafumi )





    Picks





    Darren- GitHub | adomokos/light-service
    Dave- AirTag - Apple
    Luke- rdm6300 | RubyGems.org
    Masafumi - esa
    Masafumi- GitHub | mruby/mruby





    Contact Darren:






    Twitter: Darren Broemmer ( @DarrenBroemmer )





    Contact Dave:






    Ruby on Rails Screencasts
    Twitter: Dave Kimura ( @kobaltz )
    GitHub: David Kimura ( kobaltz )

    • 48 min
    Refactoring to Five Lines of Code with Christian Clausen - RUBY 502

    Refactoring to Five Lines of Code with Christian Clausen - RUBY 502

    Christian Clausen is the author of the book Five Lines of Code in the Manning Early Access Program. He advocates for a rule based refactoring system. One of the rules he uses is refactoring your methods to be five lines of code.





    Listen in to hear him explain why five lines of code matters and how to get there.





    Panel





    John Epperson





    Guest





    Christian Clausen





    Sponsors





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    Links





    Sandi Metz' Rules For Developers
    Christian Clausen - Medium
    Twitter: Christian Clausen ( @thedrlambda )
    GitHub: Christian Clausen ( thedrlambda )





    Picks





    Christian- Embracing Imperfection
    John- Fiber Gummy

    • 52 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
44 Ratings

44 Ratings

C_ENT ,

Awesome, A++

Thought provoking, thorough, insightful, funny and a pleasure to listen to. All the panelists are delightful and such professionals. I'm learning so much. Thanks!!

TheeeGooch ,

Biography Show

I subscribed to this show to learn about the Ruby programming language - training courses, best practices, useful gems, bug fixes, trends etc. Instead I get the biography of Ruby programmers and book authors. This is not what I or anyone else would sign up for. I wish that I could get back the time I wasted listening to this 'ruby' show'

dh0dg3 ,

Not Just For Rubyists

Great panelists, great guests, and great topics. It’s definitely Ruby-oriented and a great way to keep up with what’s happening in the Ruby ecosystem, but there’s plenty of discussion of adjacent technologies and even other interesting things that have little to do with Ruby or even programming in general. I’ve learned about numerous hot new technologies first on The Ruby Rogues, so it’s a good way to stay plugged in to the cutting edge trends in Ruby and web development.

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