216 episodes

Three Rubyists having conversations and interviewing others about Ruby and web development.

Remote Ruby Jason Charnes, Chris Oliver, Andrew Mason

    • Education
    • 4.7 • 29 Ratings

Three Rubyists having conversations and interviewing others about Ruby and web development.

    How Derek Sivers Uses Ruby And His Programming Philosophy

    How Derek Sivers Uses Ruby And His Programming Philosophy

    You won’t want to miss this episode because we have an amazing guest. Today, we welcome Derek Sivers, Ruby programmer, speaker, Founder of CD Baby, and book publisher of several books such as, Anything You Want and Hell Yeah or No. Jason took a chance to see if Derek would be a guest on this podcast and his quick reply was, “I would love to, so Hell Yeah.” So, we’ll be talking with Derek all things Ruby and programming. Also, he tells us about an amazing RailsConf 2012 talk he saw that was the single most influential talk of his life, and how it completely changed the way he approaches programming, and why he gets philosophical about programming. Download this episode now to learn more!

    • 1 hr
    RubyConf at Home Hanami Panel

    RubyConf at Home Hanami Panel

    Today’s episode is the RubyConf Home Edition panel where we’ll be talking about all things Hanami. Jason is joined by Brittany Martin, Engineering Manager at TextUs and co-host of The Ruby on Rails Podcast, and together and they’ll take on the role of the moderators. They are also joined by a respected group of panelists. First, we have Luca Guidi, who’s the Hanami author, on dry-rb core, and Backend Architect at Toptal. Then we have Tim Riley, who’s Principal Engineer at Buildkite and a core team at Hanami, dry-rb, and rom-rb, and finally, Peter Solnica, who’s a Senior Software Engineer at Valued.app and a core team member at Hanami, dry-rb, and rom-rb.

    • 48 min
    Finding Ruby, Scaling a Business on Rails, and Public Speaking with Nadia Odunayo

    Finding Ruby, Scaling a Business on Rails, and Public Speaking with Nadia Odunayo

    It’s a full house this week as Jason, Chris, and Andrew are back together! They also have a great guest joining them, Nadia Odunayo, who’s the Founder, CEO, and Software Developer of The StoryGraph, a book tracking, and recommendations app. Nadia spoke at the Rails SaaS Conference and her talk was titled, “Getting to one million users as a one-woman dev team.” After listening to this episode, you’ll understand why she’s such an engaging speaker. Today, Nadia shares her journey of how she got into programming and building software apps, to being the Founder of The StoryGraph. She shares some interesting things about scaling and Elasticsearch, we’ll hear about her project Speakerline, and we’ll find out how she got into public speaking and how her approach to conference speaking is like product building.

    • 56 min
    Data Migrations in Rails

    Data Migrations in Rails

    Today, Chris and Andrew are here and sadly Jason is out recovering from a painful knee injury. But don’t worry, Chris and Andrew have plenty to talk about with some data migrations they’ve done, a new Screencast coming out soon, an upgrade on GoRails that needs to be done, a GitHub Student Developer Pack you can get for free if you’re a student, and there’s a Maintenance Tasks Gem from Shopify that you must check out. Also, Andrew built his first Sinatra app and tells us what it did, and with the release of Ruby 3.2.0 the guys discuss the massive speed improvements with YJIT and Regexp and some cool timeout things. Download this episode now to learn more!

    • 55 min
    Wrapping up 2022 with Ruby 3.2

    Wrapping up 2022 with Ruby 3.2

    There’s some really great stuff happening today as Jason and Chris are here, and Andrew is away traveling for the holidays. Chris announces that GoRails is getting a BIG update this coming year and we’ll hear what’s going on, they discuss sales tax stuff being a pain and using metered billing in Stripe on the new Hatchbox. Jason’s wearing his Christmas pajamas, so you know what that means… Ruby 3.2.0 is coming out soon, and we’ll find out some of the new features. And if you’ve been wondering when we’re going to get a Docker file for Rails, well now there are two, and Chris tells us about them. Also, the RailsConf Committee is looking for applicants for RailsConf 2023 in Atlanta, so if you’re interested go sign up! Download this episode now to find out more and Happy New Year!

    • 47 min
    Tech The Halls

    Tech The Halls

    What do eagle talons, fire sales, and dot matrix printers have in common? Welp, they’re all in this episode. You’ll even find out which one of your favorite Remote Rubyists secretly wants to be a cowboy. But wait, there’s more! You’ll find out some app improvements Podia will be doing as part of “Tech the Halls,” something terrible Andrew did with code this week, Jason removing Webpacker work that he started two months ago, a really cool PR that Chris found from Sean Doyle for issues with form disabled stuff, and why you should use bundle open. As you can tell, it’s a jam-packed episode that will leave you laughing and learning. Download this episode now!

    • 40 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
29 Ratings

29 Ratings

etagwerker ,

Great Content!

I love the conversations between Andrew, Jason, and Chris. I like how they talk about technical topics in a way that anyone can understand. I also really enjoy their guest speakers!

Druby27 ,

My favorite podcast

This show got me through the pandemic. It’s like being at a table with a few of your friends. Great blend of technical talk, interviewing, and being human. I love the chemistry these guys have together!

outcastshadow ,

Shout out rating!

Just listened to April 1st episode. Realized I’d NEVER rated you guys. SO SORRY! Been getting a lot of good info from you guys. Studying Ruby currently in anticipation of landing a dev job. Shout me out @Jesse09369211 on twitter.

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