June 26th, 2020 | 54 mins 49 secs
gems, github, open source, oss, rails, ruby, ruby on rails, rubyonrails
Welcome to The Ruby Blend! On today's episode, we have special guest,
Brittany Martin, who is Lead Web Developer for the Pittsburgh Cultural
Trust, where she is part of a team that develops the non-profits
ticketing and festival web application and is also the host of the Ruby
on Rails Podcast on the 5 by 5 Network. Brittany is here to tell us all
about what she does, gem wrappers, and she is seeking some counsel from
the guys today on various things. We talk about how important Readme's
are, useful tools for documentations, a project from Evil Martians, a
gem called Combustion, and RSpec API documentation is discussed. We end
with Brittany telling us all about her passion for being in the Roller
derby. Download this episode now!
May 21st, 2020 | 55 mins 24 secs
git, github, lint, linters, linting, management, open source, oss, patterns, rails, ruby, ruby on rails, rubyonrails, stimulus, workflows
Welcome to The Ruby Blend! Ron is back this week, Nate has been wearing the non-developer hats in the organization while he moonlights on Stimulus Reflex, and Andrew has been putting on the hats. Let’s just say they’ve been doing a bit of a “wardrobe change.” Today, the guys will discuss the importance of architecture in apps, Patterns, trade-offs in the business, Conventional Commits, Release Drafter, and reading POODR. And, we also find out that Andrew is in awe of magic code that fixes itself!
May 14th, 2020 | 38 mins 2 secs
art, github, music, open source, oss, people, rails, relationships, ruby, ruby on rails, rubyonrails, stimulus
Welcome to The Ruby Blend! Today, we have special guest, Julian Rubisch, a Freelance Ruby Developer form Vienna, Austria. He's also an electrical composer of music. Julian tells us about his background and what he does. He also talks about the relationship between music and programming. Some other topics the guys talk about are Ruby on Rails, Jumpstart Pro, changing things in the Rails community to make it more approachable to newcomers, Julian's website he created called Better StimulusJS, and Znibbl.es. Download this episode now to find out more!!!
May 7th, 2020 | 51 mins 29 secs
codefund, funding, github, open source, oss, rails, ruby, ruby on rails, rubyonrails
Welcome to The Ruby Blend! Today, we have special guest, Eric Berry, the
Founder of CodeFund, who will be talking about CodeFund. He gives us a
background of how the company was founded, what its mission is, and also
running a business and not spending as much time in the code. Eric
shares some raw and real stories and speaks from his heart about
CodeFund and the people that make it so successful. Download this
April 30th, 2020 | 1 hr 52 secs
code of conduct, github, rails, ruby, ruby on rails, rubygems, rubyonrails, security, stimulus reflex, technology
In this episode, Nate has to check his emails, Andrew uses parentheses, and Ron drowns in the DigitalOcean. We also find out why Nate was right (again). Also, what happened with typosquatting? Nate dives into the Manager vs. Maker's schedule. And why does Andrew have "needless paranoia?" Download this episode to find out about all these and more.
April 16th, 2020 | 55 mins 55 secs
component, components, github, interview, rails, react, ruby, ruby on rails, rubyonrails, technology, viewcomponent
Joel Hawksley is the guest on today's episode. He is a Software Engineer
at GitHub and works on the design system team, leading development on
ViewComponent, formerly known as ActionView::Component. Joel is a very
encouraging, uplifting, and inviting guest who tells it like it is.
Andrew even throws in a little "homework" for those of you listening!