Charles Max Wood, Darren Broemmer, Dave Kimura, Valentino Stoll, Luke Stutters, John Epperson, Andrew Mason, Nate Hopkins, Matt Smith, Tom Rossi, Eric Berry, Brian Hogan, Catherine Meyers, Coraline Ada Ehmke, David Brady, David Richards, Jason Sw...
Our original panel podcast, Ruby Rogues is a weekly discussion around Ruby, Rails, software development, and the community around Ruby.
Developing Video Games with Ruby and DragonRuby - RUBY 585
1:15:09Brett Chalupa is a hobbyist game maker, creative dabbler, and professional software developer. He joins the show alongside the Rogues to talk about creating video games. He dives into how he got started with DragonRuby, the games he created, and his experience as a game developer. Moreover, he talks about his book, " Building Games with DragonRuby". SponsorsChuck's Resume TemplateDeveloper Book ClubBecome a Top 1% Dev with a Top End Devs MembershipLinksBuilding Games with DragonRubymrubySimple DirectMedia LayerOpenGameArtSmaugGitHub - DragonRidersUnite/scale: Framework with conventions and utils for DragonRuby Game ToolkitDragonRuby Game ToolkitExquisite corpse - WikipediaBrett Chalupa - itch.ioBrett ChalupaBrett Chalupa - MastodonBrett Codes - YouTubeTwitter: @brett_codesDocsGPTPicksChuck - KarmaChuck - 1923 (TV Series 2022–2023) - IMDbChuck - The Mistborn SagaBrett - How to Make a Video Game All By YourselfBrett - Murder on the Orient ExpressBrett - Save 60% on Momodora: Reverie Under The Moonlight on SteamValentino - Amazing AI — Sindre SorhusValentino - Why Props Matter - YouTubeAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Ruby 3.2 - WASM, Performance, and More... - RUBY 584
1:02:05Chuck and Valentino join this week's panelist episode to discuss Ruby 3.2. Valentino takes the lead as he talks about its exciting new features and performance improvements. They also share their insights and opinions about Ruby 3.2 and if these features help optimize web application performance.SponsorsChuck's Resume TemplateDeveloper Book ClubBecome a Top 1% Dev with a Top End Devs MembershipLinksRuby 3.2.0 ReleasedRuby WeeklyWhat's new in Ruby 3.2's IRB?huginn/huginnYear in Review 2022: Tenderlove's Ruby and Rails Reflections and PredictionsTHE BENCHMARK SETUPBenchmarking Ruby 3.2 with YJIT💎 Ruby 3.2.0 Is From Another DimensionYJIT: Building a New JIT Compiler for CRubyIt is not what you expect, but it is what you wantkateinoigakukun/wasi-vfsFeature #18585 Module: RubyLsp::RequestsPicksCharles - MidjourneyCharles - Introducing ChatGPTCharles - Sleeping QueensCharles - Log in to Xero Accounting SoftwareValentino - Resemble.ai’s Alexa Skill TemplateAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
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Linguistic Antipatterns With Jimmy Koppel - RUBY 583
58:56Jimmy Koppel is the founder of Mirdin. He also has a Ph. D. in programming languages from MIT. He joins the show alongside Chuck to talk about "Linguistic Antipatterns". It is a persistently bad practice in the name and documentation which could make it more difficult to understand programs. He begins by sharing some of its examples, how to identify them, and how to avoid them. SponsorsChuck's Resume TemplateDeveloper Book ClubBecome a Top 1% Dev with a Top End Devs MembershipLinksAdvanced Software Design Web Course - MirdinDropbox - rubocop.md - Simplify your lifetwo Ruby case studiesLinguistic AntipatternsMirdinJimmy KoppelTwitter: @jimmykoppelPicksCharles - Forbidden SkyJimmy - Tigris & EuphratesJimmy - Might and Magic series - MobyGamesAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Keeping Up With The Currents - RUBY 582
1:16:28Zachary Schroeder returns to the show to talk about the latest trends and frameworks in the community. Chuck starts off by sharing his own experience of staying on top of his podcast and current projects. They also discuss the significance of working on "side projects" in their field. Additionally, they discuss their perspective on using social media platforms in connecting with people.SponsorsChuck's Resume TemplateDeveloper Book ClubBecome a Top 1% Dev with a Top End Devs MembershipLinksFramework reimagined for the edge! - QwikHTML Over The Wire | HotwireGitHub - arbox/machine-learning-with-rubyGitHub - arbox/data-science-with-rubyPlease follow: Top End Devs in TiktokGitHub: robobluebirdPicksCharles - UNO ALL WILDCharles - Total Life FreedomCharles - DigitalOceanZachary - MicroserfsZachary - Macbat 64Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
The Evolution of Opal With Elia Schito - RUBY 581
The Significance Of Salary Transparency With Hilary Stohs-Krause - RUBY 580
1:13:58Hilary Stohs-Krause is the Co-Owner and VP at Ten Forward Consulting. Having already spoken at the RubyConf mini last November 2022 about "Salary Transparency", she returns to the show to further talk about it. She explains how they were able to implement it in their company and why it is important. Moreover, she shares their company's process on how to decide on their employees' salaries. SponsorsChuck's Resume TemplateDeveloper Book ClubBecome a Top 1% Dev with a Top End Devs MembershipLinksRubyConf Mini- Top End DevsTen Forward ConsultingRock Agile ConsultingGitHub - reenhanced/gitreflowTwitter: @hilaryskLinkedIn: Hilary Stohs-Krause PicksCharles - AntidoteCharles - World Cup SoccerCharles - Meetup - We are what we doHilary - Greg - Plant Identifier & CareJohn - Pixel 7Valentino - How a strategically designed data platform elevates product outcomesAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Things Software Developers Should Know to Succeed With Andy Hunt - RUBY 579
1:13:07Andy Hunt is a programmer turned consultant, author, and publisher. He also co-authored the best-selling and seminal book, "The Pragmatic Programmer". He joins the show to discuss the important things that software developers should know in this generation. He talks about some of the things that have evolved since he started. Important PointsReliable CI/CD PipelineEffective low-friction collaboration Free flow of informationConstant Learning / Skills improvementa. Read more technical booksb. Read more fictionThink about how we build softwarea. Software that is replaceable and deposableSponsorsChuck's Resume TemplateDeveloper Book Club starting with Clean Architecture by Robert C. MartinBecome a Top 1% Dev with a Top End Devs MembershipLinksToolshed TechnologiesThe Pragmatic ProgrammerManifesto for Agile Software DevelopmentLinkedIn: Andy HuntTwittter: @PragmaticAndyPicksAndy - Linear – A better way to build productsCharles - Camel UpDave - Tiltaing Camera CageAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Boosting Your App's Performance - RUBY 578
34:49Gavin Morrice is a Senior Ruby Engineer at Cookpad. It is a food tech company and the largest online recipe platform. He joins the Rogues to tackle his article, "How we improved our Rails app’s performance with Conditional Get Requests". He explains the idea of their article, what led them to develop their technique, and the way that this technique improves the user's experience.SponsorsAppSignalDeveloper Book Club starting with Clean Architecture by Robert C. MartinBecome a Top 1% Dev with a Top End Devs MembershipLinksHow we improved our Rails app’s performance with Conditional Get RequestsHTTP conditional requests - HTTP | MDNETagRails’s etag methodRails Etag validators conceptCookpad - Make everyday cooking fun!GitHub: BodaciousLinkedIn: Gavin MorriceTwitter: @MorriceGavinPicksCharles - Meadow | Board Game - BoardGameGeekCharles - Yellowstone - TV Series | Paramount NetworkCharles - Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Gavin - ComtéGavin - Amsterdam (2022) - IMDbGavin - Sushi and BeyondJohn - Home | RubyConf 2022John - Pixel 7 ProAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Leaving Rails and the Journey Back with Trae Robrock - RUBY 577
54:44Returning guest, Trae Robrock is the founder of greenbits.com but eventually sold the company. In addition, he experimented with various technologies such as node.js, lambda, python, etc. before returning to Rails. He also got into real estate and started a new tech company in the real estate space called," https://comfort.ly". Trae joins the show with John and Valentino to discuss his experience and challenges encountered in developing the applications. Moreover, they also tackle some of the tools and software that he used to maintain the apps. SponsorsAppSignalDeveloper Book Club starting with Clean Architecture by Robert C. MartinBecome a Top 1% Dev with a Top End Devs MembershipLinkstrobrockTwitter: @trobrockPicksJohn - RubyConf 2022: HomeJohn - RubyConf MiniTrae - Never Split the DifferenceValentino - Galactic Unicorn Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
DevOps, Mentoring, and Careers with Kinsey Durham - RUBY 576
53:33Kinsey Durham Grace is an Enterprise Infrastructure Engineer at GitHub. She is also a lecturer at RailsBridge where they run a workshop to teach scholars to write code. She joins the show with John and Valentino to about a variety of topics mostly focused on DevOps and Mentoring. She shares her experience in teaching scholars in the Ruby Community. Additionally, she talks about her career transition from Go to Ruby. On YouTubeDevOps, Mentoring, and Careers with Kinsey Durham - RUBY 576SponsorsAppSignalDeveloper Book Club starting with Clean Architecture by Robert C. MartinBecome a Top 1% Dev with a Top End Devs MembershipLinksKinsey Durham GraceGitHub: kinseydurhamgraceTwitter: @KinseyAnnDurhamPicksJohn - Rented office spacesKinsey - Ruby CentralKinsey - BridgeFoundry Valentino - Mexico City Rails Meet-up RebootAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy