Three Rubyists having conversations and interviewing others about Ruby and web development.

Rails Hackathon 2022 & Turbo 7.2 release

September 30, 2022 0:41:03 78.82 MB Downloads: 0

[00:01:01] Andrew explains how he had to make a complex data table.[00:03:27] Chris talks about an entry at Rails Hackathon called “Con[text]” for learning Spanish and English.[00:05:07] We learn about some of the cool improvements with the new Turbo release.[00:11:08] Chris tells us everything that went on at Rails Hackathon, and he tells us the winner of the Judges’ Favorite which was Typefighters by Team Rubades.[00:13:42] Find out more about the Best Solo/Community Favorite award given to Jim Jones’ Checkpoint Rails, and Chris brings up a talk Bret Victor did in 2012 called, “Inventing on Principle.”[00:19:38] We hear more about the killer submission, Airtable clone by HotTable, which won the “Most Phlex-ible” award.[00:22:22] The last award Chris explains is the “Kent Believe He Finished” award.[00:23:20] Andrew asks Chris if he saw any usage of Turbo that he was surprised about and never would have thought to do that.[00:26:29] Chris explains the support they had for Rails Hackathon and what he wants for the next one. [00:29:29] Chris tells us how he wants to do Rails Hackathons a couple times a year and things they could do to keep it fun. [00:34:21] Andrew mentions to Chris for the next Hackathon they should think about adding some categories so when they judge they can do some comparing. [00:35:25] Without leaking too much info, Andrew announces he started pairing with Nate Hopkins on the weekends again.Panelists:Chris OliverAndrew MasonSponsor:HoneybadgerLinks:Jason Charnes TwitterChris Oliver TwitterAndrew Mason TwitterRails Hackathon 2022 Winnerscheckpoint-rails 0.1.2Bret Victor-Inventing on Principle (YouTube)Destroy All Software (Gary Bernhardt)Ruby Radar NewsletterRuby Radar Twitter

You Gotta Risk It For The Brisket

September 23, 2022 0:43:43 83.93 MB Downloads: 0

[00:00:15] What is this cursed idea thing Andrew did with Storybook?[00:05:31] Andrew mentioned using MDX format and he tells us what it is, Chris brings up the PHP days and components, and Andrew talks about architecture. [00:10:51] Being a visual person, Andrew explains another thing he really likes about Storybook.[00:17:29] Jason talks about finding his Zen using Tailwind in a project.  [00:20:25] Chis wonders if Jason runs into issues with having to undo some of the stuff, and Jason explains how he’s been using more CSS and a problem he ran into.  [00:24:02] CSS Variables are discussed and why they’re awesome, and Andrew tells us about the fallback for CSS Variables.  [00:24:37] There’s a discussion about using JIT and PurgeCSS, an amazing tool. [00:27:41] Chris tells us about using a template from Bootstrap for the Rails Hackathon homepage.[00:30:17] The guys discuss using React Components, Bootstrap, and using Tailwind over Bootstrap.  [00:33:57] Jason talks about Inertia, which is a library for Laravel and Rails. [00:34:37] Find out what Jason is doing with View Components and Job Boardly, that he hopes will get Andrew’s acceptance.[00:36:29] Andrew explains why he’s obsessed with component architecture, and Chris tells us about his first real serious project he did with the Python recreation of the apt package manager. [00:38:55] Chris announces Tender Love (a.k.a. Aaron Patterson) mentioned he’s going to cut a new release of Rails, and he talks about Rails Hackathon coming up.Panelists:Jason CharnesChris OliverAndrew MasonSponsor:HoneybadgerLinks:Jason Charnes TwitterChris Oliver TwitterAndrew Mason Twitter10 Best Tech Podcasts in 2022 (as Chosen by the Rails Community)-Planet ArgonRemote Ruby Podcast-Episode 165: GitHub Codespaces & Docker with Benjamin Wood (Recommended episode from Planet Argon)StorybookMDXPurgeCSSBootstrapRails HackathonRemote Ruby Podcast-Episode 139: Learning in Public, Alpine & InertiaRemote Ruby Podcast-Episode 66: Joined by Jonathan Reinink, Creator of Inertia.jsAaron Patterson TwitterRuby Radar NewsletterRuby Radar Twitter

Phlexing with Joel Drapper

September 16, 2022 0:37:10 71.36 MB Downloads: 0

[00:03:50] Joel tells us about himself, what led him to creating Phlex, and what problem he was trying to solve with it.[00:08:13] We find out the testing story and how the reception has been with Phlex.[00:13:45] Andrew brings up how Joel has been doing a lot of performance stuff with Phlex and Joel explains how he’s making the benchmarks and how he’s figuring out all these performance things.[00:16:53] Joel shares some interesting things he’s tried that were easy and one that had the biggest impact. [00:22:04] Joel tells us a good example of something that’s not a smart thing to do in application code, but they’ve decided to do in Phlex.[00:23:33] Find out what Joel is focused on happening for Phlex in the next few months.[00:26:08] Since this is Joel’s first big open source project with over one hundred stars, Andrew asks if he had any contributors or if he’s looking for contributors. [00:30:02] We hear Joe’s response to someone on Twitter who said, “If’ I’m a Junior, should I learn Phlex?”  [00:34:17] Joel lets us know the next big thing he wants to work on with Phlex. [00:36:17] We find out where you can follow Joel online, and he tells us a little about his show called, Naming Things. Panelists:Jason CharnesChris OliverAndrew MasonGuest:Joel DrapperSponsor:HoneybadgerLinks:Jason Charnes TwitterChris Oliver TwitterAndrew Mason TwitterJoel Drapper TwitterJoel Drapper GitHubNaming ThingsPhlexRuby Radar NewsletterRuby Radar TwitterRuby for All Podcast

The brand new v2

September 09, 2022 0:49:58 71.98 MB Downloads: 0

[00:02:23] The guys discuss DHH and the release candidate of Turbo v7.2.0.[00:07:13] Andrew asks if we can do Postgres in the browser now, why do we need to build these complex forms and tables? Jason and Chris explain it to him.[00:12:51] The guys chat about customized license plates, car tags, and Jason owing Andrew $163. [00:15:37] The discussion turns to Hatchbox, Chris updated the DNS to point to the new version, Jason tells us about using it with Job Boardly, and they talk about using clusters. [00:19:21] Jason brings up something he did when he started a cluster and asks Chris if he did it right. [00:22:39] We find out Jason switched to a Digital Ocean Managed Database and what happened.[00:25:06] You can set up a Postgres server in Hatchbox and it will provision it for you. Jason wonders when you choose background job, does it provision Redis for you?[00:31:07] We hear about Jason setting up a space for ActiveStorage.[00:36:32] Chris goes back to talking about Hatchbox and switching to Caddy.  [00:40:30] Jason tells us he started using the Hatchbox API to add custom domains and Chris talks about other things he’s done with Hatchbox and things he would like to do.[00:43:45] We hear a lesson Jason learned regarding ActiveStorage using Vips for image processing and an error he encountered. He tells us about an article he read to get the error to go away he had to do that for Heroku as well, and Chris shares his thoughts.Panelists:Jason CharnesChris OliverAndrew MasonSponsor:HoneybadgerLinks:Jason Charnes TwitterChris Oliver TwitterAndrew Mason TwitterLearn Postgres at the Playground (crunchy data)Job BoardlyDigital Ocean Managed DatabasesJetsCaddyRuby Radar NewsletterRuby Radar Twitter

Benedikt Deicke on Ember.js, Database Optimizations, and more

September 02, 2022 0:35:59 69.13 MB Downloads: 0

[00:01:51] Jason and Chris discuss the launching of Hatchbox v2. [00:05:54] Benedikt tells us about himself and what he does.[00:06:55] We learn when Benedikt started using Ember, how long he’s been building Userlist, and if he had experience working in Rails API mode with Ember.[00:09:54] Benedikt explains what the process of scaffolding looks like and if ever has to manage and make things happen in sync when he makes a change that affects both sides.[00:11:18] Jason explains what Ember does and we find out if it’s in that same vein as React, Vue, and Angular.[00:14:28] We hear what the process is like keeping up to date with things like new Ember releases and new Rails releases.[00:16:40] Benedikt tells us how many developers he has at Userlist, if he’s doing more of the Rails side of things, and what it’s been like going from a technical Co-founder and the only one developing the application and bringing someone else in to work with it.[00:18:27] Since Benedikt launched Userlist in 2019, he tells us some challenges he faces with building and growing it, as well as any challenges with technical stuff he wanted to build but couldn’t to focus on marketing and getting new customers.[00:21:10] Chris asks Benedikt if he picked up an editor that was pre-made, like an Ember plug-in, just to use the first version. He tells us some challenges he ran into as he was building it. [00:24:02] We find out some multiple solutions Benedikt and his team came up with when they tried to update one column in a database that stopped everything. [00:25:30] Jason wonders if Benedikt is doing databases at Heroku or if he’s explored another database host.[00:26:46] We hear some other database performance things Benedikt’s had to implement solutions for.[00:28:03] Chris wonders how comfortable Benedikt was with SQL before he started, if he had to learn a whole bunch of things on the fly, realizing it may be a challenge, and he explains how he’s implementing things with a lot of Arel.[00:30:06] Benedikt talks about what his day looks like for him, how he balances his week to do everything as a Co-Founder, and if he gets to code a decent amount.[00:32:57] Andrew heard Benedikt is really good at Postgres Performance and he wonders if there’s any tips he can share for starting out. He tells us about his greatest tool which is pgMustard.[00:35:21] Find out where you can follow Benedikt and Userlist online.Panelists:Jason CharnesChris OliverAndrew MasonGuest:Benedikt DeickeSponsor:HoneybadgerLinks:Jason Charnes TwitterChris Oliver TwitterAndrew Mason TwitterBenedikt Deicke TwitterBenedikt Deicke WebsiteUserlistSlow & Steady PodcastEmber.jsHatchboxpgMustardRuby Radar NewsletterRuby Radar TwitterRuby for All Podcast

Caleb Porzio on Alpine.js, Laravel Livewire & more

August 26, 2022 1:14:05 106.71 MB Downloads: 0

[00:03:41] Caleb gives us an introduction about himself, how long he’s been doing programming, and what he’s doing now.[00:06:29] Jason brings up a popular blog post Caleb wrote a few years ago and he tells us a little bit about it.[00:10:48] We hear an overview of what Alpine is and when it started. [00:16:42] Caleb explains things Alpine does directly correlated to Stimulus.[00:19:56] We find out what Caleb does if gets into a situation with listening for events from third party JavaScript library.[00:26:56] Jason tells us the pain point for him with making a transition on a modal in Stimulus, which is why he went to Alpine.[00:32:00] Caleb released a series of components that is a paid add on and we hear more about them and Headless UI. He also shares his grand vision with Headless UI.[00:40:41] Andrew tells us about a new blogging thing Twitter released.[00:45:35] Caleb details what Livewire is and the tell us some of the implementation details to compare it to some of the tools there are in Rails. [00:48:59] In Livewire, we learn if state declared in the front end or is it declared in the PHP side of things.[00:52:25] Jason brings up how WebSockets doesn’t work on Livewire, only on AJAX, and Caleb talks more about this.  [00:54:33] Jason mentions Stimulus Reflex and talks about why his favorite library is CableReady, and Chris tells us about using Turbo.[00:57:39] Morph Plugin is new on Alpine.js and Caleb explains what it does. Caleb wonders if there’s a big con or trade off using Turbo.[01:05:56] Caleb mentions a Tailwind bootstrap thing he’s used that’s cool called daisyUI.[01:09:03] Jason brings up the acronym TALL stack which is Tailwind, Alpine.js, Laravel, and Livewire, and asks Caleb how he feels creating two of these in the stack.[01:12:18] Find out where you can follow Caleb online and support his work.Panelists:Jason CharnesChris OliverAndrew MasonGuest:Caleb PorzioSponsor:HoneybadgerLinks:Jason Charnes TwitterChris Oliver TwitterAndrew Mason TwitterCaleb Porzio TwitterCaleb Porzio WebsiteNo Plans To Merge PodcastNotes On Work PodcastLaravel LivewireAlpine.jsMaking $100k As An Employee Versus Being Self-Employed (Caleb’s Blog Post)Make VS Code AwesomeHeadless UIAlpine UI ComponentsSweet AlertCableReadyMorph PlugindaisyUITALL stackRuby Radar NewsletterRuby Radar Twitter

Hanami Mastery with Sebastian Wilgosz

August 19, 2022 0:37:29 72.02 MB Downloads: 0

[00:05:52] Sebastian tells us about himself, how long he’s been doing Ruby, where HanamiMastery came from, and his journey in working in Rails.[00:11:57] We learn about some problems Sebastian was solving with dry-rb and what specific dry-rb libraries he was using. [00:13:58] Jason explains what dry-rb is.[00:16:54] We hear how Sebastian’s experience has been with Hanami so far and if it was a shift in thinking coming from a Rails background.[00:18:16] If your unfamiliar with Hanami, Jason explains some things about Hanami v1, and Sebastian tells us some other shifts he found in Hanami. [00:24:55] Since creating content is a lot of fun but also a lot of work, Jason asks Sebastian if he any prior experience creating programming content before HanamiMastery. We also hear how the response has been from people since he started a Hanami focused content site.[00:29:38] Jason explains how dry-rb and Hanami are closely related.[00:32:41] Find out Sebastian’s thoughts on helping Hanami succeed in the Ruby ecosystem.[00:34:32] Chris and Andrew express wanting to try out dry-rb and Hanami now. [00:36:15] Find out where you can follow Sebastian online.Panelists:Jason CharnesChris OliverAndrew MasonGuest:Sebastian WilgoszSponsor:HoneybadgerLinks:Jason Charnes TwitterChris Oliver TwitterAndrew Mason TwitterSebastian Wilgosz TwitterSebastian Wilgosz LinkedInRuby Object MapperHanamiMastery Hanamidry-rbRuby Radar NewsletterRuby Radar Twitter

Rubygem Idea for Juniors, Modern Assets in Rails & George Jetson's Birthday

August 12, 2022 0:44:14 84.96 MB Downloads: 0

[00:07:35] Andrew shares a free gem idea for Juniors or people who’ve never built a gem before. [00:10:20] Jason brings up a previous episode with Konnor Rogers where they talked about migrating Podia off Webpacker, and the guys chat more about that.[00:17:56] Jason was looking something up for JavaScript and he tells us he couldn’t get Google to give him any results that weren’t for jQuery, and Chris talks about the interesting idea that Rails could sort of simplify Webpack with Webpacker, which they’ve done with jQuery, Prototype, and Scriptaculous.[00:20:35] We hear about why CoffeeScript was such a welcomed flavor of JavaScript.[00:22:23] Chris tells us what you can do using the site. [00:26:07] Andrew fills us in on his new podcast, Ruby for All, that he’s co-hosting with Julie, that’s aimed at providing something specifically for Junior Rails Developers or people getting into Rails.  [00:27:49] We find out some things that have been difficult and things Andrew forgot about with starting a podcast. [00:31:57] In case you haven’t listened to the first episode yet, Andrew explains the focus of the podcast which is full of honest conversations and advice. [00:38:50] Chris shares a George Jetson announcement and a great idea for a new gem name.Panelists:Jason CharnesChris OliverAndrew MasonSponsor:HoneybadgerLinks:Jason Charnes TwitterChris Oliver TwitterAndrew Mason TwitterRemote Ruby-Episode 189: Joined by Konnor RogersYou might not need jQueryRails AssetsRuby for All PodcastRuby for All Podcast TwitterRuby Radar NewsletterRuby Radar Twitter

Gem Mining & Advice on Mentoring Developers

August 05, 2022 1:02:04 89.41 MB Downloads: 0

[00:02:46] Andrew tells us about being on the Rubber Duck Dev Show livestream with Collin Jilbert. [00:05:14] Have you ever used Alfred? Andrew fills us in on the app and Raycast. [00:12:15] Chris explains the “gem mining” he’s been doing.[00:16:38] Andrew and Chris chat about using SQLite.[00:20:41] Andrew asks Chris if he ever thinks how much extra code it is to have to support all these different things. Chris explains why he doesn’t think it be a whole lot. [00:23:20] We find out when Chris is evaluating these types of decisions, if he ever tries to write performance tests, benchmarks, or something to evaluate those assumptions and he explains how he thinks about performance in a gem. [00:27:04] Andrew mentions since RBS is becoming better with more integrations and more tools, he asks Chris if he’s ever considered adding some typing support.[00:31:30] We hear about an issue Andrew had when rewriting their checkout at Podia and Chris tells us about an issue he ran into with Stripe. They also talk about issues they were having with the new element on Google Pay, Apple Pay, and Afterpay.[00:37:39] Andrew does a shoutout to CJ, Developer Advocate at Stripe, who helped him with some things that weren’t working for Andrew and his team, and Chris tells us why he likes Stripe so much. [00:39:12] Chris tells us about his first job as a Rails developer, Andrew shares one more thing about Stripe that they do that’s cool, and Chris shares something related to bank accounts on Stripe and the demos they have.[00:43:50] Find out the story about Bruce Wayne. [00:46:15] If you’re using RBS, want to talk about it and what’s happening in the RBS world, Chris and Andrew would love to talk with you. [00:47:28] Chris does a shout out to, and if you’re a Junior or want to be a Ruby Developer, go to this website.[00:48:25] Andrew and Chris go in depth about mentors and mentees, they explain how there’s a lot more aspects to being a developer than coding, and why it’s so important to take initiative if you are a mentee. [00:59:57] Andrew highlights something Chris said about promoting the community as a mentor.Panelists:Chris OliverAndrew MasonSponsor:HoneybadgerLinks:Chris Oliver TwitterAndrew Mason TwitterJason Charnes TwitterRubber Duck Dev Show Episode 51 with Andrew Mason and Collin JilbertAlfred RaycastSQLiteStripeCJ Avilla TwitterFirst Ruby FriendRuby Radar NewsletterRuby Radar Twitter

Junior Devs, Mentoring, and Training with Adam Cuppy

July 29, 2022 0:59:29 85.7 MB Downloads: 0

[00:06:03] Adam gives us a brief intro and we find out about the talk he gave at RubyConf 2015 called, What If Shakespeare Wrote Ruby.[00:09:33] We hear Adam’s background, his journey to programming, and Co-founding Zeal.[00:14:21] Adam fills us in on where he learned Rails, and the resources he used for learning Ruby on Rails.[00:24:52] We learn what triggers Andrew about everybody saying there’s Rails jobs but they’re all looking for Seniors, and then we find out what Adam is doing to get more involved with teaching developers and helping level up developers.[00:34:01] Andrew and Jason share their positive mentorship experiences and what they gained from them.[00:41:06] Adam explains the challenge we face as a community with Junior Developers, and how we really need to create a more welcoming environment for people to enter in.[00:45:37] Jason and Andrew share their concerns about the future of the community.  [00:47:35] Adam switches things up by asking Jason and Andrew what they think our first step is and what do we do tomorrow. [00:53:41] Find out why Adam thinks it would make a huge difference if more companies offered internships. [00:56:10] Adam tells us about a new podcast coming soon that he’ll be hosting and where you can follow him on the internet. Panelists:Jason CharnesAndrew MasonGuest:Adam CuppySponsor:HoneybadgerLinks:Jason Charnes TwitterAndrew Mason TwitterAdam Cuppy TwitterAdam Cuppy LinkedInZealWhat If Shakespeare Wrote Ruby by Adam Cuppy-RubyConf 2015 (YouTube)Matthew Reynolds ConsultingRuby Radar NewsletterRuby Radar Twitter

Joined by Konnor Rogers

July 22, 2022 0:58:53 84.84 MB Downloads: 0

Welcome to Remote Ruby and thanks for joining us!  We’ve been trying to have our guest on for a really long time, and that time is here folks!  Today, we're joined by Konnor Rogers, a Developer at Microsoft known for his knowledge of all things front-end. On this episode, we’ll hear Konnor’s journey from being an EMT, getting into tech, and Andrew introducing him to Snowpack. Konnor tells us more about a new JavaScript runtime called Bun, his go-to Vite Ruby, and using Import Maps as a start tool.  The guys have some deep conversations about ESBuild, Webpack, Webpacker, Web Components, and the new Lit Web Component. Also, there’s some great Web Components on GitHub that are mentioned, as well as a cool package called Catalyst.  And if you’re a Junior Developer, Konnor, Jason, and Andrew share some important tips that may help with your journey in finding a job.  Download this episode now![00:04:58] We find out when Konnor first met Andrew. [00:08:02] Konnor fills us in on his first job leading into what he’s doing now.[00:09:54] We hear about Konnor’s journey with Andrew introducing him to Snowpack.[00:14:12] Konnor tells us about a new JavaScript runtime called Bun, what he does when he spins up a Rails Project, and his go-to these days which is Vite Ruby.[00:16:52] The guys chat about ESbuild, Webpack, and Webpacker.[00:22:44] How important is it to target ES5?[00:27:36] Konnor shares his thoughts on something Jason brings up with splitting out the CSS part of things to be a separate process and letting a bundler just bundle JavaScript.[00:31:34] Konnor tells us more about Import Maps.[00:34:58] The conversation takes a turn to Web Components, what a Web Component is, and we hear about the new Lit Web Component.   [00:38:24] If you want to get more Lit, find out how to start, and what you would use the Web Component for. [00:41:02] If you want to install a package, add a custom element and it’s there, and you can style it, Andrew wonders how Rails Developers can start taking advantage of this or if it’s something we should continue to watch. ,[00:43:09] Andrew mentions a bunch of Web Components on GitHub that are being used by a lot of people, and Konnor tells us about a package they have called Catalyst.[00:46:24] Konnor explains how his experience with Web Components helped him with getting a job at Microsoft, and Andrew shares advice on finding a job. [00:52:02] If you’re a Junior Developer, Konnor, Jason, and Andrew share some fantastic tips for you. [00:58:12] Find out where you can follow Konnor on the internet.Panelists:Jason CharnesAndrew MasonGuest:Konnor RogersSponsor:HoneybadgerLinks:Konnor Rogers TwitterStimulus Reflex DiscordGoRails project DiscordRemote Ruby Podcast-Episode 122: Skypack and Snowpack with Fred SchottBunVite RubyEstimator-GitHub[Feature] alias option for path Resolve #38-esbuildLit Web ComponentsLitCatalyst-GitHubgithub-elementsRuby Radar NewsletterRuby Radar Twitter

Joined by Xavier Noria

July 15, 2022 1:03:49 91.93 MB Downloads: 0

Welcome to Remote Ruby and thanks for joining us! Do you want to know the secret to getting on the Rails Core Team?  Click the play button now to find out.  On today’s episode, our special guest from the Rails Core Team is Xavier Noria, who’s the author of Zeitwerk, author of Rails Contributors, and gave the keynote at RailsConf 2022.  We’ll find out more about Xavier and how got his start into programming. He then takes us through the early days of Rails and how it’s changed, what led him into working on autoloading and Zeitwork, and what got him into open source. He tells an awesome story on how he got involved in Rails and then, how he got invited to join the Core Team. Go ahead and download this episode now to find out more![00:04:45] Xavier tells us about himself, what he does, and when he started programming.[00:10:55] We hear how Xavier did some Java, got into Perl, and how it went.[00:14:47] Chris asks Xavier how Rails v1 was back in the early days.[00:21:13] Xavier explains why he got into open source and what he likes about it.[00:27:25] We hear a great story how Xavier got involved in Rails and the Core Team.[00:36:23] Find out what work Xavier did to get invited on the Rails Core Team. [00:40:42] Where was Xavier when he started working on site work?[00:46:52] Chris tells us about his first open source project. [00:53:37] Xavier shares some future plans and projects he wants to take on. [01:03:00] Find out where you can follow Xavier online.Panelists:Jason CharnesChris OliverAndrew MasonGuest:Xavier NoriaSponsor:HoneybadgerLinks:Jason Charnes TwitterChris Oliver TwitterAndrew Mason TwitterXavier Noria TwitterXavier Noria websiteXavier Noria GitHubZeitwerk-GitHubRuby Radar NewsletterRuby Radar Twitter

RailsConf 2022 At Home Podcast Panel

July 08, 2022 0:41:20 79.4 MB Downloads: 0

[00:00:42] Each panelist gives us an introduction, where they’re calling from, and what they’re known for. [00:04:23] Aaron tells us about Tuple and what he does there. [00:06:51] Andy shares his thoughts on why it matters to him that we had a successful in-person RailsConf and if he thinks conference participation is going to keep people in the community.[00:08:11] As a virtual community organizer, Jemma tells us how attendees of a virtual conference like RailsConf could get the most out of it, and Jason shares how his experience was speaking on Day 3.[00:10:06] Brian explains the difference between a career and a job and if you can build a career around working Ruby on Rails.[00:12:32] Jason tells us what it’s going to take for Hanami to make it and what “making it” even means, Andy shares his thoughts on Hanami, and we find out if Brian has ever gotten any requests for Hanami.[00:16:42] Since Drew is the newest addition to the Ruby Podcast community, we hear how it’s been going for him so far, he shares some lessons for those who are thinking about starting a podcast, and Jemma and Andy share some advice.[00:20:28] Aaron brings up what Jemma was talking about and expands on how frameworks and podcasts are similar and gives some recommendations for breaking out of the Ruby community and listening to other ideas in other communities. [00:23:00] Brittany asks Drew two questions: “Does that mean you’re going to be on the dating market at some point for a co-host and what are you looking for?” And a listener asks, “What’s up with ViewComponents?”[00:24:35] Brian gives us tips for employers who are looking to hire now, and Brittany tells us she’s a huge fan of The Art of Product Podcast.[00:26:58] Jason explains how podcasts can stay connected with their listeners and Drew mentions going on GoRails discord, Andy mentions Ruby-Talk and TikTok, and Jemma mentions the Open Source communities as places to go to connect with your listeners.[00:29:32] Jemma tells us how she’s been enjoying working on Ruby itself and where she gets the tips she posts in Ruby Weekly, and Andy tells us why he writes his blog.[00:31:50] How is Aaron so good at Twitter?[00:33:31] Brian explains how much it matters about actual community content that someone’s putting out in terms of finding a job, Andy mentions to take dates off blog posts, and Aaron, Jemma, Drew, and Jason talk about sharing content. [00:38:12] Andy tells us if you want to start a conference he can help you, and he shares some tips on how he pulls off doing the Brighton Ruby Conference.[00:40:27] Jason takes us home and closes us out with a deep thought.  Moderator:Brittany MartinPanelists:Jason CharnesAaron FrancisAndy CrollBrian MarianiDrew BraggJemma IssroffSponsor:HoneybadgerLinks:Jason Charnes TwitterRemote Ruby PodcastBrittany Martin TwitterThe Ruby on Rails PodcastAaron Francis TwitterFramework Friends PodcastAndy Croll TwitterChats in the Cupboard PodcastBrian Mariani websiteDrew Bragg TwitterCode and the Coding Coders who Code it PodcastJemma Issroff TwitterWNB.rbHanamiTupleLaravelLaravel NewsLaravel SnippetsLaravel PodcastThe Art of Product PodcastGoRails discordRuby-TalkOpen Source InitiativeRuby WeeklyBrighton Ruby Conference 2022

Ruby Infrastructure with Ufuk Kayserilioglu

July 01, 2022 0:47:53 91.96 MB Downloads: 0

[00:08:50] Ufuk tells us how he got into programming and Ruby, and how he applied to a job that was put out by Rafael França. [00:12:21] We learn about how large the team was when Ufuk became manager, the growth of the, and if he had to learn a lot of management stuff.[00:14:48] Ufuk gives is an overview of what his Ruby Infrastructure team encompasses.[00:20:07] Does Shopify have any production services running TruffleRuby?[00:22:21] If TuffleRuby becomes the Ruby implementation at Shopify, Jason wonders if Ufuk is still able to use the tooling he’s built for developer experience and apply it to TruffleRuby?[00:25:12] Earlier Ufuk talked about organizing things as project teams instead of long-term teams and he tells us the benefits to that.[00:27:37] Jason wonders what Ufuk’s team decides to work on and where project ideas come from.  Ufuk explains how they do road mapping and prioritization with the teams.[00:31:06] Ufuk goes in depth about always having a product mindset and how he applies those principles into developing products with the teams he works with. [00:35:40] We learn some ways Ufuk and his team adopt the Lean methodology in the way they’re developing a product which works very well for them. [00:40:55] Jason tells us something he was blown away by that has to do with YJIT, Ufuk explains how they built a lot of benchmarks, and there’s a YJIT Benchmark dashboard that you can check out. Also, find out where you can follow Ufuk on the web.Panelists:Jason CharnesChris OliverGuest:Ufuk KayseriliogluSponsor:HoneybadgerLinks:Jason Charnes TwitterChris Oliver TwitterUfuk Kayserilioglu TwitterUfuk Kayserilioglu websiteRafael França TweetShopifyYJIT BenchmarksTruffleRubyJason Charnes TweetRuby Radar NewsletterRuby Radar Twitter

Aaron & Colleen from Hammerstone

June 24, 2022 0:53:39 103.06 MB Downloads: 0

[00:01:36] Colleen and Aaron introduce themselves and tell us what they do. [00:03:04] There was a workshop at RailsConf that Colleen and Aaron had around Advanced Active Record and we learn about the purpose of the workshop.  [00:04:42] We find out what Arel is and what it gives us, and how Laravel handles everything you need but in a different way. [00:09:07] We find out where the query builders are in the process of launching for each side. [00:10:57] Andrew wonders if Aaron used CSS variables to make it customizable or if he went with a manual approach, and Aaron tells us a problem they ran across. [00:12:49] Jason asks if they are able to share the front-end libraries between both the Rails and Laravel one or if they’re shipping separately.  [00:13:54] For the Rails side, Jason asks if they are mounting a Rails engine to access a query builder or how does someone access it once it’s in the app. [00:16:06] Colleen and Aaron explain what it’s like to maintain feature parity between the two. [00:20:56] We hear the story of how Colleen and Aaron ended up in a place where they’re both working on a product for two different frameworks, the beginnings of Refine, and how they met. [00:27:40] Colleen tells us all about Simple File Upload, which is predominately a Heroku add-on, and how the adoption has been over the past year. [00:31:18] Aaron tells us all about Torchlight, which is a syntax highlighter, and the positive responses he’s had from releasing this product. [00:40:24] We learn all about using Serverless. [00:44:02] Aaron shares his thoughts on what his experience has been coming from the outside world as a Laravel developer and going to RailsConf. [00:48:17] Colleen shares what she’s going to talk about at The Rails SaaS Conference. [00:52:32] Find out where you can follow Colleen and Aaron online and their podcasts.   Panelists:Jason CharnesAndrew Mason  Guests:Colleen SchnettlerAaron Francis  Sponsor:Honeybadger  Links:Jason Charnes TwitterAndrew Mason TwitterColleen Schnettler TwitterAaron Francis TwitterAaron Francis WebsiteHammerstoneSimple File UploadTorchlightTupleLaravelThe Hammerstone PodcastSoftware Social PodcastFramework Friends PodcastFly.ioThe Rails SaaS Conference (October 6-7, 2022)Ruby Radar NewsletterRuby Radar Twitter