The Ruby on Rails Podcast, a weekly conversation about Ruby on Rails,open source software, and the programming profession. Hosted by Brittany Martin.
353: Hanami 2.0 with Tim Riley
Tim Riley is a long-time Rubyist and is a core team member of the Hanami, dry-rb, and rom-rb open source projects. He guested on the show to discuss the eagerly anticipated Hanami 2.0 release, how dry-rb, rom-rb and Hanami partnered and how slices and containers work with one another.
352: Haml Sparks Joy with Hampton Lintorn Catlin
Hampton Lintorn Catlin is the creator of Sass, Haml, Wikipedia Mobile, and more. Hampton is Co-Founder and CEO of Veue, a live streaming video platform. If you love Haml, this episode is for you.
351: Educating on Speed from the CLI with Nate Berkopec
Nate Berkopec is the author of the Complete Guide to Rails Performance, the creator of the Rails Performance Workshop, and the maintainer of Puma. He and Brittany discuss his unique take on his workshop and his experiences maintaining Puma.
350: A Diverse Array of New Voices with Starr Horne
Starr Horne is co-founder and one of the original developers of Honeybadger - an exception monitoring service with deep ties in the ruby community. Recently she has worked to bring a diverse array of new voices to Honeybadger's blog. She offers insightful advice on producing great content for developers.
349: From Air Traffic Controller to Tech Lead with John Cech
Based in Portland, Oregon, John Cech is a Senior Ruby Developer working at Planet Argon. John works on a wide-range of client projects as a Tech Lead and provides mentorship to interns and junior developers having started out there as a junior, himself.
348: Chef Acquired and Leading from the Front (Brittany & Nick)
Nicholas Schwaderer joined Brittany to discuss Chef's acquisition and how Brittany has been newly leading the Frontend team at TextUs. They wrap up with a recap of the Ryan Bates/Digital Ocean saga and a mystery topic.
Customer ReviewsSee All
Host is amazing
I listen to a lot of podcasts and Brittany is hands down my favorite host. Completely different vibe since she took over and I’m here for it.
Always Learn and Get New Insights
So glad that Kyle is taking the time to make this happen. The format is just right mix of interview, tips, and humor. I always come away with new insights.
The content of the podcast is very good but the sound quality is poor. Please have Brittany purchase a better microphone for her setup.