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A weekly discussion by Ruby developers about programming, life, and careers.

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A weekly discussion by Ruby developers about programming, life, and careers.

    RR 466: Beating Impostor Syndrome with Dylan Andrews

    RR 466: Beating Impostor Syndrome with Dylan Andrews

    In this episode of Ruby Rogues guest, Dylan Andrews (GoNoodle) shares his journey from pro-drummer to junior developer to successful senior software engineer. Dylan and the rogues talk about on-boarding junior developers and building up confidence.


    Panel


    Charles Max Wood
    John Epperson
    Matt Smith
    Luke Stutters


    Guest


    Dylan Andrews


    Sponsors


    Scout APM | We'll donate $5 to the open source project of your choice when you deploy Scout



    Rails Remote Conf 2020


    Picks

    Dylan Andrews:



    Follow Dylan on Twitter > @dylan1andrews, Blog
    Amazon Redshift


    Charles Max Wood:



    Podcast PLaybook


    Luke Stutters:



    Writing an Ajax long polling server in Ruby, Part 1


    John Epperson:



    Sublime Merge - Git Client, done Sublime


    Matt Smith:



    Pragmatic Bookshelf: By Developers, For Developers


    Follow Ruby Rogues on Twitter > @rubyrogues

    • 58 min
    RR 465: WebAuthn in Ruby with Gonzalo Rodriguez and Braulio Martinez

    RR 465: WebAuthn in Ruby with Gonzalo Rodriguez and Braulio Martinez

    As the world becomes more security conscious, we need to think about the ways we allow people to authenticate to our applications. WebAuthn is a standard that allows you to accept biometric, device based, and other types of authentication as a second or first factor. Gonzalo and Braulio have published a gem that allows you to add webauthn to your Ruby applications and have joined the Rogues to talk through the implications of using it in your applications.


    Panel


    Charles Max Wood
    Dave Kimura
    John Epperson
    Matt Smith


    Guests


    Gonzalo Rodriguez
    Braulio Martinez


    Sponsors


    Scout APM | We'll donate $5 to the open source project of your choice when you deploy Scout



    Rails Remote Conf 2020


    Links


    FIDO Alliance - Open Authentication Standards More Secure than Passwords
    eremyevans/rodauth: Ruby's Most Advanced Authentication Framework
    Rodauth's demo site ported to Rails, showing Rodauth/Rails integration
    Bart de Water


    Picks

    Gonzalo Rodriguez:



    Follow Gonzalo > Github,Cedarcode
    GitHub Desktop


    Braulio Martinez:



    Follow Braulio > Github, Cedarcode
    ProForm Treadmills


    Charles Max Wood:



    Rails Remote Conf 2020
    Codineer
    Podsurge


    Dave Kimura:



    Carbon | Create and share beautiful images of your source code
    Rubidium


    John Epperson:



    S'well


    Matt Smith:



    YubiKey 5 | strong authentication for secure login


    Follow Ruby Rogues on Twitter > @rubyrogues

    • 1 hr 23 min
    RR 464: PWAs on Rails with John Beatty

    RR 464: PWAs on Rails with John Beatty

     


    John Beatty joins the Rogues to talk about building Progressive Web Applications on Ruby on Rails. He walks the Rogues through the ins and outs of building a PWA and what it’s like adding the features you need to get a PWA set up on Rails. It turns out to be surprisingly straightforward and yet has a ton of potential.


    Panel


    John Epperson
    Matt Smith
    Charles Max Wood


    Guest


    John Beatty


    Sponsors


    Scout APM | We'll donate $5 to the open source project of your choice when you deploy Scout


    Rails Remote Conf 2020

    Links


    johnbeatty/hnpwa-app: An implementation of the Hacker News PWA with Rails + Stimulus


    Picks

    John Beatty:



    Follow John on Twitter @jpbeatty , Blog
    RailsConf 2020


    John Epperson:



    phrasing
    simple_form


    Charles Max Wood:



    Traffic Secrets
    One Funnel Away
    DotCom Secrets
    Expert Secrets


    Follow Ruby Rogues on Twitter > @rubyrogues

    • 50 min
    RR 463: Can We Fix What We Can't See? with James Thompson

    RR 463: Can We Fix What We Can't See? with James Thompson

     


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    In this episode of Ruby Rogues, James Thompson, a Software Architect at Mavenlink, delves into how to address errors in a service-based system and how to prioritize what errors to fix. He goes into how to recognize the errors when they are creeping in and so much more.


    Panel


    Dave Kimura
    John Epperson
    Matt Smith
    Luke Stutters


    Guest


    James Thompson


    Sponsors


    Scout APM | We'll donate $5 to the open source project of your choice when you deploy Scout


    Rails Remote Conf 2020

    Links


    Bugsnag
    OpenTelemetry
    Application Monitoring and Error Tracking Software | Sentry
    SignalFx
    smartinez87/exception_notification: Exception Notifier Plugin for Rails
    Errbit


    Picks

    James Thompson:



    Follow James on Twitter @plainprogrammer, Website
    The Annotated American Gods


    Luke Stutters:



    raggi/async_sinatra


    Dave Kimura:



    Rubidium
    Slim Gemfile for increased application maintainability


    John Epperson:



    Sharing puzzles with your friends so you can do puzzles during the current stay-at-home era


    Matt Smith:



    Pulumi - Modern Infrastructure as Code


    Follow Ruby Rogues on Twitter > @rubyrogues

    • 1 hr
    RR 462: Graphiti, REST, and GraphQL with Lee Richmond

    RR 462: Graphiti, REST, and GraphQL with Lee Richmond

    Lee Richmond is one of the primary developers behind the Graphiti library for Ruby. Lee describes Graphiti as the spiritual successor to ActiveResource. It provides a convenient way to provide an API that understands the object graph in your application without needing to resort to GraphQL.


    Panel


    Charles Max Wood
    Dave Kimura
    John Epperson
    Luke Stutters
    Matt Smith


    Guest


    Lee Richmond


    Sponsors


    Resolve Digital


    Rails Remote Conf 2020

    Links


    Nested Forms from Scratch with StimulusJS | Drifting Ruby


    Picks

    Charles Max Wood:



    Devchat.tv Remote Conferences


    Dave Kimura:



    Lens - The Kubernetes IDE
    Backblaze B2


    John Epperson:



    kschiess/parslet: A small PEG based parser library


    Luke Stutters:



    Ruby 2.7.1
    Rails Remote Conf


    Matt Smith:



    Pass: The Standard Unix Password Manager


    Lee Richmond:



    Follow Lee on Twitter @@richmolj, Graphiti.dev, email:richmolj@gmail.com
    Prisma - Database tools for modern application development


    Follow Ruby Rogues on Twitter > @rubyrogues

    • 1 hr 9 min
    RR 461: Rethinking the View Layer with Components with Joel Hawksley

    RR 461: Rethinking the View Layer with Components with Joel Hawksley

    Joel Hawksley is an engineer at Github who works on some of their Rails architecture. He is one of the authors of the view_component gem. He walks the Rogues through the genesis of the project and the pros and cons of using a library like view_component and how it adds testability and easy management to Rails views.


    Panel


    Charles Max Wood
    Dave Kimura
    Luke Stutters


    Guest


    Joel Hawksley


    Sponsors


    Resolve Digital



    "The MaxCoders Guide to Finding Your Dream Developer Job" by Charles Max Wood is now available on Amazon. Get Your Copy Today!



    Links


    View Components for Bootstrap
    Rails PR for template annotations
    Rails PR for render_in
    RNR 161: LightOS and the Light Phone with Hugh Francis


    Picks

    Joel Hawksley:



    Joel's Website
    Visionect


    Charles Max Wood:



    Devchat.tv Remote Conferences
    remoteconferenceplaybook.com
    Devchat.tv Remote meetups
    Percy Jackson and the Olympians


    Dave Kimura:



    Arduino


    Luke Stutters:



    electric-io


    Follow Ruby Rogues on Twitter > @rubyrogues

    • 1 hr

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
10 Ratings

10 Ratings

chevinbrown ,

Be positive!

Can’t handle the negative talk about languages they just happen to not enjoy.

sambigelow44 ,

Too Much whining on otherwise good show

It’s a good show, but every episode I listen to, I hear Dave Kimura whine about how people need to stop leaving ruby for elixir. Why is it such a big deal? Does it need to be talked about every episode?

Otherwise, I enjoy hearing about where people find ruby to thrive, and where it doesn’t, why it’s nice, and what they don’t like.

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