594 episodes

Our original panel podcast, Ruby Rogues is a weekly discussion around Ruby, Rails, software development, and the community around Ruby.

Ruby Rogues Charles Max Wood, Darren Broemmer, Dave Kimura, John Epperson, Luke Stutters, Valentino Stoll, Andrew Mason, Nate Hopkins, Matt Smith, Tom Rossi, David Richards, Jason Swett, Eric Berry, Brian Hogan, Catherine Meyers, Jerome Hardaway, Coraline Ada Ehm

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Our original panel podcast, Ruby Rogues is a weekly discussion around Ruby, Rails, software development, and the community around Ruby.

    Import Maps in Rails 7 with Paweł Dąbrowski - RUBY 565

    Import Maps in Rails 7 with Paweł Dąbrowski - RUBY 565

    Import maps is the new feature in Rails 7 that allows us to forego Node.js and tools like Webpack, plus it prevents the need for bundling.  Today on the show, Valentino interviews Paweł Dąbrowski to share his insights about import maps in Rails 7.
    In this episode…

    Mortal Kombat coding 
    Mastering CSV in Ruby (book)
    CSV features 
    What are Import maps in Rails 7 and how do you get started
    Rails app generator and Rails formation
    How to handle upgrades
    New Rails features 

    Sponsors
    Top End Devs
    Coaching | Top End Devs

    Links
    Boss Vs Motivator - Sharebold
    Mastering CSV in Ruby
    Twitter: @longliveruby

    Picks

    Paweł- Heroku's Next Chapter

    Valentino- GitHub - ankane/sidekick: The simple way to automate tasks

    Valentino- 6 Types Of Hot Tubs To Warm You Up Any Time Of The Year

    • 40 min
    Remote Working Culture with Jake Yesbeck - RUBY 564

    Remote Working Culture with Jake Yesbeck - RUBY 564

    Post pandemic, remote work is here to stay.  Today on the show, the panel and Jake Yesbeck share their insights about remote work for developers and the latest developments for the 2022 workforce and beyond. 

    In this episode…

    The transition to remote
    Being intentional about career growth
    Book clubs
    Separating work from life
    Changes post pandemic
    Connecting in public channels
    How do you measure productivity?
    Interviews / interviewing remotely

    Sponsors
    Top End Devs
    Raygun | Click here to get started on your free 14-day trial
    Coaching | Top End Devs

    LinksTwitter: @jakeyesbeck
    Picks
    Charles- Diablo Immortal

    Charles – Rails Remote Conference

    Dave- dbx 286s

    Dave – Beyerdynamic DT 990 Pro Studio Headphones

    Jake- Headache & Pain Relief | TYLENOL®

    Jake- What is Ruby on Rails?

    John- Terraria

    John – DIY fix your own stuff
    Valentino- Audio Formatter

    Valentino- Z Stick

    • 1 hr 23 min
    Ruby on Kubernetes Without the Headaches Using Kuby - RUBY 563

    Ruby on Kubernetes Without the Headaches Using Kuby - RUBY 563

    For years, the Rails community has been clamoring for Active Deployment, a magical out-of-the-box mechanism for deploying applications.  Today on the show, Cameron Dutro shares how you can deploy Rails apps on Kubernetes with Kuby.  De-stress your deployments today with these simple strategies.
    In this episode…

    Active deployments for Rails apps
    Docker containers and Kubernetes 
    Controlling your environment
    Flexible without vendor lock in
    Building images with Kuby
    Plug in providers
    Why Kubernetes for your apps
    Multinode set ups with Kuby
    Deploying Kuby 

    Sponsors
    Top End Devs
    Coaching | Top End Devs

    Links
    RailsConf 2022 - Kuby: Active Deployment for Rails Apps by Cameron Dutro - YouTube
    getkuby
    GitHub: camertron
    Twitter: @camertron
    LinkedIn: Cameron Dutro

    Picks
    Cameron- GitHub - ViewComponent/view_component: A framework for building reusable, testable & encapsulated view components in Ruby on Rails.

    Cameron- AirPods

    Charles- Quiddler

    Charles– Top End Devs Meetups

    Charles– Rails Remote Conference

    Charles- Watch Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol Season 1 Streaming Online | Peacock

    Valentino- byebug/GUIDE.md at master · deivid-rodriguez/byebug

    Valentino- Keychron | Wireless Mechanical Keyboards for Mac, Windows and Phones

    • 59 min
    How to Run Ruby in Your Browser - RUBY 562

    How to Run Ruby in Your Browser - RUBY 562

    Ben Taylor joins the show today to share his recent developments about integrating Ruby snippets within a browser in less than a day.  The panel asks about his process and what he did to make this a quick and successful strategy.  Learn about this new process and what you can do today to make this happen!

    In this episode…

    Merging WASI based WebAssembly support
    The functions to run ruby snippets in your browser
    Programming education and WebAssembly tooling
    The WebAssembly package manager
    Web browser use cases 
    Optimization and garbage collection in binary
    Accounting for Ruby gems
    Security for WebAssembly
    Safari integration and WebAssembly 
    Running the same binary on both client side and server-side 

    Sponsors
    Top End Devs
    Raygun | Click here to get started on your free 14-day trial
    Coaching | Top End Devs

    Links
    Runno
    How I got Ruby snippets to run browser side in less than a day
    Ben Taylor
    Twitter: @taybenlor

    Picks
    Ben- Anathem

    Charles- Fantastic Beasts: Perilous Pursuit

    Charles- Rails Remote Conference

    Charles- Nauvoo, IL City Information | Beautiful Nauvoo

    Charles – Innova OBD2 Code Reader

    Charles – 200W Car Power Inverter DC 12V to 110V AC Car Inverter 4 USB Ports Charger Adapter Car Plug

    Dave- Touchstone Home Products Electric Fireplaces, TV Lifts, and Cabinets

    • 59 min
    Programming Language Tooling with Adam Gordon Bell - RUBY 561

    Programming Language Tooling with Adam Gordon Bell - RUBY 561

    Adam Gordon Bell is back on the show again!  Today he shares his views on language tooling, new articles he has recently written, documentation for Ruby, software consulting, and insights into other programming topics.
    In this episode…

    What is language tooling?
    How can tooling be improved?
    Code linting
    Documentations for Ruby
    An unfixable programming language
    Staff vs line engineers
    Software consulting 
    Why open source?

    Sponsors
    Top End Devs
    Coaching | Top End Devs

    Links
    The Other Kind of Staff Software Engineer
    Green Vs. Brown Programming Languages
    The History and Mystery Of Eliza With Jeff Shrager - CoRecursive Podcast 
    The Slow March Of Progress in Program Language Tooling 
    earthly.dev
    Twitter: @adamgordonbell

    Picks
    Adam- Peloton® | The Peloton Tread, Everything You Need For a Total Body Workout

    Luke- Google Launches Carbon, an Experimental Replacement for C++

    Luke- The History and Mystery Of Eliza - CoRecursive Podcast

    • 1 hr 2 min
    The Future of Ruby using Blockchain and Building Tomorrow's Interfaces - RUBY 560

    The Future of Ruby using Blockchain and Building Tomorrow's Interfaces - RUBY 560

    Wearable technology, Web 3.0, augmented reality, and other emerging technologies are poised for shifting the future for DevOps.  Today on the show, the panel discusses how the future of Ruby can adapt to make these changes a reality.

    In this episode…

    Wearable tech
    Virtual reality
    Web 3.0 
    Blockchains
    Non-fungible tokens
    React native
    Dragon ruby and rails
    The future for Ruby

    Sponsors
    Top End Devs
    Coaching | Top End Devs

    Picks
    Charles- Antidote

    Charles- - Top End Devs

    Charles- Ready Player One: A Novel

    Dave- Black Shark RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard LED Backlit Wired Keyboard with Blue Switches, Fully Programmable, Anti-Ghosting 104 Keys for Desktop PC, Sixgill K2

    Dave- Beat the Parents

    John- Ruby Weekly

    John- Salsas | Herdez

    Luke- RailsConf 2022 - The pitfalls of realtime-ification by Vladimir Dementyev

    Luke- Agile Web Development with Rails 7

    • 1 hr 4 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
45 Ratings

45 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!!

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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'

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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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