How did Kickstarter make a Rails platform that could scale? Why did Gilt Groupe move to a Scala architecture? Should I be experimenting with using NodeJS in my stack and for what? Steve Robinson (PhD and programmer) interviews technology leaders about their software systems to discover the secrets of how world-class technology works in practice. Ideal for budding technology architects, lead developers and anyone who's looking to learn from detailed case-studies of success.
Mattison Asher - Crypto Portfolio Manager
My guest today is Mattison Asher who writes the popular crypto newsletter Rapture which is distributed to some of the leading degens, investors, and builders in the space. Mattison has worked professionally in crypto since 2016 and has great insight into both the technology...
Alaina Percival CoFounder and CEO of Women Who Code
Alain Percival is the CEO and cofounder of Women Who Code, an international nonprofit dedicated to inspiring women to excel in technology careers. Since 2013 the organization has grown to over a quarter of a million members and holds events across the world. I’m excited to ...
20 - Docker, Rails and the Atlanta Tech Scene - Tim Dorr SalesLoft - Part 4
The Atlanta Ruby on Rails Community
1) Startup community growth in last decade
2) Growth of Slacker’s in Atlanta
3) Why is Atlanta a great place to work
4) Where is SalesLoft based and what openings to they have
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19 - Docker, Rails and the Atlanta Tech Scene - Tim Dorr SalesLoft - Part 3
Tips to go from Junior to Senior Ruby on Rails Developer
1) How has the community changed?
2) More tools more decisions on how to learn
3) Where to learn more about becoming a Senior Rails developer
4) What makes a senior developer?
18 - Docker, Rails and the Atlanta Tech Scene - Tim Dorr SalesLoft - Part 2
5 Killer DevOps tricks for Ruby on Rails Developers
1) Using Docker
2) Use locally and in production
3) Freeing yourself to get on and build
4) How to transition from existing setups
5) Breaking out of the Docker seran-wrap
17 - Docker, Rails and the Atlanta Tech Scene - Tim Dorr SalesLoft - Part 1
We’ve all been there, the fun of building your MVP has ended and now you need someone to actually use your fantastic creation. You email a few friends, send a couple of tweets, but if you want to scale your efforts you’ll need to track communications, work out who might be ...
I burned through the backlog during a long road trip to the west coast. Kudos to the Quitting Your Job episode for providing inspiration, even if I am still a bit too much of a chicken to take it!
Top of my 2015 podcast list
Refreshing to hear how people solve real world problems for both rails and other languages!