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The Ruby on Rails Podcast

Elise Shaffer and Brian Mariani

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The Ruby on Rails Podcast, a weekly conversation about Ruby on Rails, open source software, and the programming profession. Co-hosted by Elise Shaffer, Brian Mariani, Jemma Issroff and Nick Schwaderer. Edited by Peachtree Sound.
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Start Here: Ruby on Rails

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Are you a new Ruby on Rails developer in need of guidance? Well, StartHere: Ruby on Rails is the show for you! Dain Miller is your Ruby on Rails coach and he'll provide insight, and resources to help get you from knowing nothing to becoming a full-time Ruby ninja. Everyone starts somewhere and you’re starting here!
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Over the last year, the Rails Foundation has been hard at work on several initiatives. After a successful Rails World last year, they’ve been working on the program for this year’s Rails World in Toronto. The Rails Foundation has also been working on several other initiatives that are very important to our community. Amanda Perino, Executive Direct…
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I am very excited for today’s episode! Twitch is a livestreaming service where users can stream themselves to the internet. Twitch is known for video game streaming. But, people stream all kinds of things, including software development. Today's guest is Rachael Wright-Munn who livestreams Rails development on Twitch Show Notes Rachael’s Twitch: ht…
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There are so many Ruby events happening recently, that it can be hard to know which one to go to. Today we’re going to talk about a rather unique event in the Ruby community. What if you could go to an event that was just the Hallway Track? And that event happened at a summer camp? Show Notes Rails Camp West Website - https://west.railscamp.us Big …
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Rails 7 and Hotwire have completely revolutionized server side Rails apps. Developers can now get much more reactivity with way less javascript, less tooling, and simpler deployments. You’ve probably heard a lot about Rails 7.1 and Hotwire. Maybe you’re even using it in production? Ayush Newatia joins the show to talk about his new book, The Rails …
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RailsConf is coming up fast! The program committee has released the schedule and keynote speakers. Ufuk Kayserilioglu joins the show to talk about the program and Ruby Central Show Notes Kevin's blog post about RailsConf https://kevinjmurphy.com/posts/tracks-not-at-railsconf-2024/ RailsConf website & registration https://railsconf.org/ If you have …
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You may have heard about WebAssembly. It’s an open standard that aims to help developers create high performance applications on the web. It’s a portable binary execution format traditionally used on the front end, but there are also other ways to use it. I am completely new to WebAssembly, so today we have a guest to talk about it with us. Show No…
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Burnout is a common occurrence in the tech industry. And the recent onslaught of layoffs have left many stressed about their job search, or overworked from the increased demands of the smaller teams. I know some of my listeners have experienced burnout. I myself have had a recent experience with burnout that took months to recover from. Dr. Katy Co…
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Recently, Ruby Central named a new executive director, Adarsh Pandit. Ruby Central has been a force in the Ruby community for years, organizing conferences and contributing to the community. The recent changes in governance have led t some exciting things on the horizon. Adarsh joined the show to talk about what's going to happen with Ruby Central …
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Over the years, the performance of Ruby has improved quite a bit. One of the big recent performance improvements came from the development of YJIT inside Shopify. YJIT is a just-in-time compiler for Ruby written in Rust. Dr. Maxime Chevalier-Boisvert joined the show to talk about YJIT Show Notes YJIT Website Maxime on X https://twitter.com/Love2Cod…
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If you start a new Rails project today, you’re probably going to pick Postgres for your database. And if you have a ten year old Rails app, you might be using MySQL. But Rails ships with support for SQLite, a lightweight SQL database. Can that lightweight database be used to make production-ready software? Stephen Margheim joins the show to help us…
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Fito and Alan are frequent RubyConf and RailsConf speakers on topics ranging from software complexity to resolving flaky specs. They joined the how to discuss strategies for dealing with unreliable tests and complex code. Show Notes Cisco Meraki: Careers (https://meraki.com/careers) Alan Ridlehoover’s LinkedIn (https://linkedin.com/in/aridlehoover)…
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RailsConf is coming up fast and I can’t wait to see you all there! The CFP is open and the program committee is accepting proposals for talks for the conference. Andy Croll joined the show to talk with us about the CFP process and how you can present at RailsConf ** Show Notes** Rails Conf Detroit - https://railsconf.org/ RailsConf CFP - https://se…
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Kaja is the Slack Administrator for WNB.rb, a group of women and non-binary rubyists. She joined the show to talk about becoming the Slack Administrator. She fills us in on what the job entails, how she became the slack administrator, and some of the big things she learned from contributing to WNB.rb Show Notes Twitter: @alizenero Mastodon: @kajano…
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What do we owe to each other? Over the last several years, the tech industry has had a reckoning about ethics within our industry. Katya Dreyer-Oren gave a excellent talk and workshop at RubyConf in San Diego about how to ethically build software. She joined the show to share her thoughts and ideas from her experience as a student of philosophy. We…
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Our cohost Jemma Issroff joined me to talk about my tenure as host so far, Jemma's work on Prism, fostering communities, building habits, how to be lucky, and we reveal our New Year's Resolutions! What are your New Years Resolutions? If you'd like to share them, send an email to comments@therubyonrailspodcast.com. You can send text or record a shor…
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I joined Julie and Andrew from Ruby For All to talk about Test Driven Development, attending conferences, and using TDD as a thinking tool.. This episode was recorded at RubyConf in San Diego. Show Notes [Ruby For All] - https://www.rubyforall.com/ Sponsors Honeybadger As an Engineering Manager or an engineer, too much of your time gets sucked up w…
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Can you believe its been 500 Episodes? What a wild ride. It's been so much fun to take over the show and to get to be a part of this history. Our co-host Nick Schwaderer sat down with me to talk about the history of the show, what it's been like taking over, and some ideas for things we might experiment with in the future. I hope you enjoy it. Have…
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Drew Bragg is the host of Code And The Coding Coders Who Code It. We caught up to bring this special collaboration. Show Notes Code And The Coding Coders Who Code It - https://podcast.drbragg.dev/ Sponsors Honeybadger As an Engineering Manager or an engineer, too much of your time gets sucked up with downtime issues, troubleshooting, and error trac…
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I joined Chris and Jason on Remote Ruby to talk about podcasting, the beauty of the Ruby language, Ruby outside of Rails, and why you should probably be using a state machine. It was so fun getting to talk with them and I hope you enjoy this conversation. And, be sure to subscribe to Remote Ruby! Show Notes Remote Ruby - https://www.remoteruby.com/…
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Rachel is a core contributor to The Odin Project, an open source education project that helps people learn Ruby and Javascript. She joined me on the show to talk about the project, how she became involved, and her role with the team. Show Notes The Odin Project - https://www.theodinproject.com/ Rachel's Github - https://github.com/rlmoser99 Sponsor…
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I attended Ruby Conf and took the opportunity to chat with some attendees about their experience at the conference. This was a super fun experiment and getting to hear from new voices in the community was such a treat. I hope you enjoy it! Sponsors Honeybadger As an Engineering Manager or an engineer, too much of your time gets sucked up with downt…
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Marc has been building software for more than two decades, with a particular focus on the medical industry. He’s currently working with Doximity to create tools that make doctors’ lives easier. As an Engineering Manager, one of his primary focuses over the last couple years has been to figure out how to reduce unnecessary code coupling and make the…
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Nick was at Rails World earlier this month and took the chance to chat with Rafael França about his work on the Rails Core team and releasing a new version of Rails. Sponsored By: Buzzsprout If you are looking to start a podcast, there's never been a better time. Especially in the Ruby world. If you wanna join that world, use Buzzsprout. They provi…
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Nick was at Rails World earlier this month and took the chance to chat with Andrew Mason about podcasting, engaging with the Ruby community, how interest rates impact the tech industry, Turbo , and some of the new things announced at Rails World. Sponsored By: Buzzsprout If you are looking to start a podcast, there's never been a better time. Espec…
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Vladimir is a backend engineer from Mars, or Evil Martians, a consultancy specialized in product development for startups and developer tools. Vladimir is known for his work on many open-source projects in the Ruby on Rails world, such as AnyCable, Action Policy, TestProf and many more. He recently published the book Layered Design for Ruby on Rail…
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Bekki Freeman has been working with Ruby and Rails for 8 years. Recently, she helped organize the Rocky Mountain Ruby conference. She joins Elise this week to reflect on the conference, talk about what it was like organizing, and make some karaoke plans with Elise Show Notes Bekki's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bekki-freeman/ Tech Friend's…
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Olly Headey joined the show to talk with Elise about his recent blog post concerning the future of Ruby on Rails as a career. We discuss his post, some survey data, and talk about software developers might want to think about this question. Show Notes: Ruby on Rails as a career choice in 2023 Olly Headey Olly's Twitter Sponsored By: Honeybadger If …
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Elise Shaffer is a trans woman and Staff Software Engineer who loves Ruby and Ruby on Rails. She is also the new host of this podcast! Brittany announces her retirement from the show after a five year run as the host. In this special episode, the pair discuss Brittany's favorite moments from her run, get to know Elise and discuss any upcoming chang…
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Special co-host Kevin Murphy joined Brittany this week to interview Allison McMillan and Chelsea Kaufman, co-chairs of the upcoming Rubyconf 2023 happening in San Diego. The quartet discussed lessons learned from Railsconf 2023, the approach to thinking about and planning this year's Rubyconf and what is new and different at the event. Show Notes: …
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Rails World needed a website! Did you want to be on the small team that helps build it? Shami Tomita and Eric Halverson certainly did and so they came on to the show to talk about their experience and the tech stack behind the conferencing app. Backed by Daniel Rassiner and Cody Norman, the crew talked about supporting Juniors and conference tips. …
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If you love taking about databases, this is the episode for you. Ahead of the launch of his new book, High Performance PostgreSQL for Rails, Andrew Atkinson joined the show with special guest co-host, Pat Bair, to talk about why he wrote a book, why he focused on PostgreSQL and his favorite feature from the upcoming 7.1 release. Show Notes: Landing…
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Nick is heading to Rails World to represent the show and he has a ticket to giveaway to a lucky listener! The pair talk about doing hard things first, the renaming of MRSK to Kamal and then a random deep dive on our show's archives. Check out the show notes for giveaway details! Show Notes: The Ruby on Rails Podcast RailsWorld Ticket Contest | Comp…
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Ariel Fogel is a software engineer with an enduring soft spot in his heart for Ruby and Rails. Since graduating from Dev Bootcamp, he has found himself driven by finding ways to improve the quality of education for coders and non-coders alike. Brittany and Ariel discuss how engineers can level up in how they learn. Show Notes: Ariel's Personal Site…
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After celebrating Jemma's newly established status as a Ruby core member, Brittany and Jemma discuss what is happening with Brittany at work, including taking some customer calls. The two hosts also talk about the important skill of being able to know your audience and how to communicate to non-technical stakeholders. They wrap up discussing AI fit…
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Even though not a ton has changed in the last 4 months since Brittany and Brian last recorded the State of Rails Hiring, this hiring market is both awful and awesome depending on who you talk to. The duo dig into AI generated cover letters, the good and bad symptoms of what is happening in the economy and specific tactics to help get engineers and …
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There comes a time in almost every software application when it reaches the end of its lifecycle. Robby Russell, CEO of Planet Argon, joins the show to guide Brittany on the steps to take to decommission a Ruby on Rails application. The pair also touch on the idea of how small dev teams would benefit from periodically bringing in "guests" to their …
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Nick Maloney is co-founder of The Gnar Company, a full service product consulting shop. Nick and Brittany discuss Gnar's project for the State of Massachusetts to build out an automated background check system. Nick shares why Rails is their default stack and why he is particularly impressed with the direction of the front-end happening in Rails 7.…
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Brittany and Nick sync up after Nick's one-night-only talk at Brighton Ruby 2023. It wouldn't be a recap without the conference organizer so they were lucky to find Andy Croll free to fill them in on why he continues to run the event and his thoughts on the uptick on conference attendance. Show Notes: Brighton Ruby Conference Andy Croll's personal …
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Andrew Culver is a long-time Rails developer and creator of Bullet Train, a SaaS framework for Rails, and the organizer of The Rails SaaS Conference in Los Angeles, California and Athens, Greece. Brittany was excited to have him on the show to talk about his hacker origins, his latest event in Athens, and to discuss why Rails World sold out in 45 m…
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Mere minutes before this episode was recorded, YARP was merged! Kevin Newton joins Brittany and Jemma this week to share the exciting news. The trio discuss the follow up steps for YARP, whether a marketing push for adoption will be needed and how Kevin and Jemma partnered on the initiative. Show Notes: Episode 385: Minimal Flame Wars (Prettier, Pa…
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Megan Marquardt-Ray is an Engineering Manager from Included Health. She leads a team of software engineers who build out mobile and web experiences that help people get to high quality healthcare. Before Included Health, she worked at an education startup, bloc, where she first stepped into a managing role. She and Brittany talk about what it means…
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Rocky Mountain Ruby is baaaaaack! Conference organizer, Spike Ilacqua, joined Brittany to discuss why he was bringing the conference back to life in Boulder, CO on October 5th and 6th, 2023. They talk about the advice he has gotten, the open CFP and funding the conference. The wrap up talking about how Spike finds AI kinda cool and kinda scary. Sho…
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Former host of this podcast, Kyle Daigle is the Chief Operating Officer at GitHub. Kyle joined GitHub in 2013 and built and scaled the Ecosystem Engineering teams and worked on the acquisitions of Semmle, npm, and others. He now oversees culture, operations, and communications for the business. He fills Brittany in on all of the exciting initiative…
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Making his podcast debut, Cody Norman is a former Loan Officer and current Independent Ruby on Rails consultant. He enjoys mentoring, working with early career developers and is an Engineering Mentor at The Agency of Learning. He joins Brittany to discuss personal branding, the importance of showing up every day and how he approaches mentoring earl…
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Victoria Guido, Managing Director of Business Development and DevOps Strategy, and Joe Ferris, CTO, of thoughtbot stop by to talk about Victoria's recent trip to Ruby Kaigi, thoughtbot's contributions to the Ruby / Rails communities, goals for their podcasts, Platform Engineering for Ruby on Rails engineers and the thoughtbot Incubator program. Sho…
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The moderator of Ruby Committers and the World, Jemma, answers all of Brittany's questions about her recent trip to Matsumoto, Nagano, Japan for RubyKaigi 2023. The pair talk about Matz's keynote, the panel and Jemma's recent work on YARP. Show Notes: RubyKaigi 2023 Field Report: RubyKaigi Shopify/yarp: Yet Another Ruby Parser Stan Lo Rbspy Sponsor…
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Brittany and Nick are back together again! Brittany talks about on boarding as an Engineering Manager at Shogun as a Shogie. The two discuss standup preferences, multi-timezone communications, bonding over incidents and Nick's latest venture: rChat. Show Notes: Shogun Geekbot - Run standup meetings in Slack scarpe-team / scarpe ChatGPT Sponsored By…
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Listen to Brittany Martin (The Ruby on Rails Podcast), Jason Charnes (Remote Ruby) and Paul Bahr (Peachtree Sound) as they interview guests from the community on a live podcast at Railsconf 2023 in Atlanta, GA. Guest #1: Aaron Patterson, Senior Staff Engineer at Shopify Guest #2: Irina Nazarova, CEO of Evil Martians Guest #3: Voted on by the commun…
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Joël and Drew join Brittany post-conference to discuss their experience at Railsconf 2023 in Atlanta, Georgia. The trio thank the organizers, share tales from speaking and discuss their favorite talks. They wrap by discussing the new Ruby Central individual memberships and their conference plans for the rest of the year. Show Notes: The Bikeshed Co…
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Amanda Perino is the newly appointed Executive Director of the Rails Foundation. Brittany interviewed Amanda and the pair discuss all of the exciting initiatives coming out of the Foundation, the Rails community members who are helping with the efforts and advice coming from other software communities. Show Notes: The Rails Foundation Rails World T…
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