17 episodes

We talk about Ruby, Rails, JavaScript, and everything in between. From tiny tips to bigger challenges we take on 3 questions a show; What are you working on? What's blocking you? What's something cool you want to share?

Code and the Coding Coders who Code it Drew Bragg

    • Technology
    • 5.0 • 3 Ratings

We talk about Ruby, Rails, JavaScript, and everything in between. From tiny tips to bigger challenges we take on 3 questions a show; What are you working on? What's blocking you? What's something cool you want to share?

    Episode 15 - Tom Rossi

    Episode 15 - Tom Rossi

    This episode Tom Rossi, from Higher Pixels, joins the show. You're probably familiar with Higher Pixels work but you may not know it. They're the brains behind my favorite podcast hosting service, Buzzsprout, which is used to host this show! Tom is an amazing guest with lots of stories to tell.  Learning to scale Buzzsprout, upgrading to Rails 7/Hotwire, and that time they had to ask a podcast to go somewhere else because they got too big! 

    Links:
    higherpixels.comBuzzsprout@tomrossi7 on TwitterDonor ToolsTickRails SaaS ConferenceSupport the showReady to start your own podcast?
    This show is hosted on Buzzsprout and it's awesome, not to mention a Ruby on Rails application. Let Buzzsprout know we sent you and you'll get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.

    Sponsors
    A big thanks to OBLSK for being the very first sponsor of the show!

    • 54 min
    Episode 14 - Kevin Newton

    Episode 14 - Kevin Newton

    It's a New Year and a new episode of Code and the Coding Coders who Code it! In this episode (which I'm calling Yet Another Podcast Episode), man of many projects, Kevin Newton, joins the show. Kevin tells us about YARP, the new Ruby parser, and his desire to help make it a "magical unicorn rainbow land" (his words not mine). We also get into dealing with to do lists, the weight of high expectations, and imposter syndrome. 

    Links:
    @kddnewton on Twitterkddnewton.comAdvent of YARVRuby hacking guideYARP repoRuby LSP Reposyntax_tree repoTRICK 2022TRIC Entry 4Evaluating Ruby in Ruby by Ilya BylichRuby Spec repo

    Support the showReady to start your own podcast?
    This show is hosted on Buzzsprout and it's awesome, not to mention a Ruby on Rails application. Let Buzzsprout know we sent you and you'll get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.

    Sponsors
    A big thanks to OBLSK for being the very first sponsor of the show!

    • 1 hr
    Episode 13 - Jeremy Smith

    Episode 13 - Jeremy Smith

    Jeremy Smith has been designing and building web applications since 1998 and has worked with Ruby on Rails since 2009. Jeremy was also my unofficial, and completely accidental, conference buddy. We went to all the same in person conferences this year. He joins the show to talk about building successful web apps by your lonesome, solving really complex background job workflows, and spills the beans on a new regional Ruby Conference he's planning, Blue Ridge Ruby!

    Links:
    HYBRD@jeremysmithco on Twitter@jeremysmithco@ruby.social on MastodonSolo: Building Successful Web Apps By Your Lonesome at RubyConf MiniSolo: Building Successful Web Apps By Your Lonesome slidesFair QueuingSidekiq: Really Complex Workflows with BatchesEveryone Can Build a Twitter Audience course by Daniel VassalloBlack Magic by Tony Dinh
    Ready to start your own podcast?
    This show is hosted on Buzzsprout and it's awesome, not to mention a Ruby on Rails application. Let Buzzsprout know we sent you and you'll get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.

    Sponsors
    A big thanks to OBLSK for being the very first sponsor of the show!
    Support the showReady to start your own podcast?
    This show is hosted on Buzzsprout and it's awesome, not to mention a Ruby on Rails application. Let Buzzsprout know we sent you and you'll get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.

    Sponsors
    A big thanks to OBLSK for being the very first sponsor of the show!

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Episode 12 - Lucian Ghinda

    Episode 12 - Lucian Ghinda

    Lucian Ghinda from Short Ruby Newsletter joins the show to let me pick his brain about his amazing new newsletter. We chat about how he finds and organizes the content for the newsletter and Lucian spills the beans on a few ideas he has for the future. Here's a fun game. Count how many time I say the newsletter is awesome during the show!

    Links:
    @lucianghinda on TwitterLucian's personal site ghinda.com@shortrubynews on TwitterShort Ruby Newsletter

    Support the showReady to start your own podcast?
    This show is hosted on Buzzsprout and it's awesome, not to mention a Ruby on Rails application. Let Buzzsprout know we sent you and you'll get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.

    Sponsors
    A big thanks to OBLSK for being the very first sponsor of the show!

    • 45 min
    RubyConf Mini Podcast Panel

    RubyConf Mini Podcast Panel

    Recorded in front of a live audience it's the Podcast Panel from RubyConf Mini!

    The Panelists:
    MC: Brittany Martin from The Ruby on Rails PodcastAndy Croll from Chats in the CupboardJulie J from Ruby for AllJoël Quenneville from The Bike ShedDrew Bragg from Code and the Coding Coders who Code it

    Support the showReady to start your own podcast?
    This show is hosted on Buzzsprout and it's awesome, not to mention a Ruby on Rails application. Let Buzzsprout know we sent you and you'll get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.

    Sponsors
    A big thanks to OBLSK for being the very first sponsor of the show!

    • 41 min
    Episode 11 - Noel Rappin

    Episode 11 - Noel Rappin

    Noel Rappin joins the show to talk about his new book, "Programming Ruby 3.2", best known as the "Pickaxe Book".  Noel talks about his adventures working on a legacy book and even having to deal with some legacy code in a legacy book. The Pickaxe Book is one of the biggest, and oldest, books on my shelf so it's no surprise that this was a beast of an update.
    @noelrap on Twitternoelrappin.comRuby DiscordThe Ruby Learning CenterPurchase "Programming Ruby 3.2" from The Pragmatic BookshelfDiscussions on devtalk.comReport Errors on devtalk.com

    Support the showReady to start your own podcast?
    This show is hosted on Buzzsprout and it's awesome, not to mention a Ruby on Rails application. Let Buzzsprout know we sent you and you'll get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.

    Sponsors
    A big thanks to OBLSK for being the very first sponsor of the show!

    • 36 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
3 Ratings

3 Ratings

etagwerker ,

Great guests and interviews!

I really enjoy the flow of every episode. Drew is a thoughtful host and asks really interesting questions. I highly recommend it!

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