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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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Brittany is joined by the co-organizers of Rubyconf Mini: co-host, Jemma, and Emily Samp. The trio discussed how inclusivity was laced into the event, their futures as conference planners and the adoration of Jemma's Nana. In the back half of the episode, they discuss their expectations and reaction to the announcement of The Rails Foundation. Show…
 
Live from Providence, RI, it is the Rubyconf Mini Podcast Panel! Panelists from different community podcasts come together to discuss their experiences at the conference, field questions from the audience attendees and of course, mention their upcoming talks they were giving at the conference. Moderated By: Brittany Martin, The Ruby on Rails Podcas…
 
It's back and now a tradition! It's the Holiday Gift Guide episode where Brittany and Nick share their picks for gifts that might appeal to a developer in your life. Brittany's Picks Philips Hue: Smart lighting Gold Neutral Recorder Button Cirkul Water Bottle | Brittany's Referral Link to Save $ Felix Gray Blue Light Glasses Wizard Zines by Julia E…
 
Kevin Su ditched college to pursue the venture-backed startup dream, but found his calling running a small, bootstrapped and profitable SaaS business called Clearscope. Together, Brittany, Brian and Kevin discuss why Rails is the perfect launching pad for SaaS businesses, the tech stack Clearscope has chosen and how they approach hiring. Show Notes…
 
Roman Turner is a classically trained French chef turned developer. He's now a Software Developer at America's Test Kitchen. He and Brittany discuss personal branding, attracting and keeping members in the Ruby/Rails community and advice for junior developers seeking their first role. Show Notes & Links: America's Test Kitchen Jeweler’s Apprentice …
 
An episode to inspire everyone who is passionate about Junior Rails developers finding roles! Dave Paola is the founder of Sierra Rails, a new development agency based on the idea that combining Ruby on Rails with the apprenticeship model can produce big results. Show Notes & Links: Episode 307: Choosing the Right Tech Stack with Dave Paola Sierra …
 
Meg Gutshall is a Ruby on Rails application developer at Penn Medicine with a passion for open source. Brittany asks Meg about her love of Virtual Coffee, her fond memories of Mike Rogers and her role as a core team member of Ruby for Good. Show Notes & Links: Penn Medicine Virtual Coffee Ruby for Good meg_gutshall - Twitter meg-gutshall (Meg Gutsh…
 
Object Shapes is merged and headed to Ruby 3.2! Fresh off of her world tour, Jemma catches up with Brittany about RubyKaigi, Euroku and Rails SaaS. After talking about Rubyconf Mini plans, the pair discuss the new Data.define feature coming to Ruby 3.2 as well. Show Notes & Links: Rubyconf Mini Tickets Implement Object Shapes #6386 by jemmaissroff …
 
Andy Croll is back and he has something to say. Brittany and Andy chat from their cupboards about My First Ruby Friend, bringing yourself to work, Apple note driven development and Rubyconf Mini. They spend the rest of the episode on Andy's podcast pitch. Show Notes & Links: My First Ruby Friend One Ruby Thing - Andy Croll Rubyconf Mini 2022 Chats …
 
Reunited and it feels so good! Friend of the show and host of Code and the Coding Coders who Code it, Drew Bragg, is back today. Together, he and Brittany discuss the upcoming Rails SaaS Conference and their goals for attending. They also hash out Drew's game show talk for Rubyconf Mini and how he is straddling a Rails upgrade and ViewComponent upg…
 
After diving into CrossFit and their favorite comfort foods, Nick and Brittany talk all things conferences: RubyKaigi 2022, Rails SaaS and Rubyconf 2022. Nick ends the episode by sharing some cool Rails upgrade tooling he is working on. Show Notes & Links: CrossFit RubyKaigi 2022 Rails SaaS Conference Rubyconf 2022 Rubyconf Mini 2022 Sponsored By: …
 
Brittany returns to the the Rubber Duck Dev Show! In this episode, Chris and Creston discuss the different viewpoints and objectives for engineering managers vs. product managers with Brittany Martin & Josh Gaastra. Show Notes & Links: Rubber Duck Dev Show | Wednesdays at 8p EST Sponsored By: Scout APM Try their error monitoring and APM free for 14…
 
Joel Schlundt is the CTO of TextUs and Brittany's boss. After diving into two origin stories, the pair discuss the Senior Backend Engineer role they are hiring for, applications they never want to build again and the importance of off-sites for remote teams. They cap the conversation off with a horror story. Announcements The Ruby on Rails Podcast …
 
Jemma, one of the co-organizers of RubyConf Mini, chats with Brittany on why she decided to organize RubyConf Mini (November 15 - November 17, 2022 in Providence, Rhode Island). The two co-hosts discuss CFPs, organizing challenges and more importantly, who should consider attending RubyConf Mini. They also celebrate Jemma getting her Japanese visa …
 
The tech industry is in unprecedented times with the amount of layoffs happening. Brittany and Brian share their personal layoff stories and offer some advice to laid off employees, retained employees and companies. While empathizing with the shock layoffs cause, the duo offer some silver linings. Show Notes & Links: Tech Layoffs In 2022: The U.S. …
 
Brittany welcomes John Crepezzi, founder of All Aboard Bootcamp, on to the show. After geeking out over John's storied career path through Ruby (including the ISMs at Genius) the two dive into why and how John created a free Ruby/Rails/JS bootcamp for under-represented groups. Show Notes & Links: GitHub - ice-cube-ruby/ice_cube: Ruby Date Recurrenc…
 
Mina Slater is a developer on Mission Control, thoughtbot's DevOps and SRE team and serves as a Scholarship program organizer with Ruby Central. Mina details why it is humbling to embrace the cloud and what SRE means. She and Brittany then share their hot takes consulting versus working on a product team. Show Notes & Links: thoughtbot Mission Cont…
 
After congratulating Jemma on her talk acceptance to RubyKaigi, the duo discuss how to handle when a co-worker is departing. From handling communication to acknowledging the importance of the departing, it's a topic that should resonate with many developers. They wrap up exclaiming over first #rubyfriend. Show Notes & Links: RubyKaigi 2022 Hire Me:…
 
Brittany guested on the Rubber Duck Dev Show, a livestream with two Rubyists (Chris & Creston) who chat live about all the aspects of development. They talk over the origins of how Brittany became the host of The Ruby on Rails Podcast and their thoughts and struggles on project management. Show Notes & Links: Rubber Duck Dev Show | Wednesdays at 8p…
 
Irina Nazarova is the CEO of Evil Martians, a consulting company known as authors of PostCSS, AnyCable, imgproxy, and many blog posts and tutorials. She and Brittany discuss both her developer and CEO origin stories, sustainable opensource, leading really talented developers and Google Apps Script. Show Notes & Links: Evil Martians whitequark/parse…
 
Nick is officially an influencer! After Nick accidentally launched a co-host of Rubyists learning Japanese (including Brittany!), the duo chat about learning styles and recommended podcasts. Oh, and upgrade your Rails applications, listeners! Show Notes & Links: Duolingo akr / all-ruby Leetcode Naming Things Rubber Duck Dev Show Rails Versions 7.0.…
 
Making her podcast debut, Julie J is a junior engineer at Codecademy from Skillsoft. Julie answers Brittany's questions about how she learned to code, her role at Codecademy and her involvement in the Neurodivergent ERG at Codecademy. Then, Julie reveals her plans for a new podcast in the Ruby community! Show Notes & Links: Codecademy Code in Place…
 
Moderated By: Brittany Martin, The Ruby on Rails Podcast Panelists: Aaron Francis, Framework Friends Andy Croll, Chats in the Cupboard Brian Mariani, The Ruby on Rails Podcast Drew Bragg, Coding Coders Jason Charnes, Remote Ruby Jemma Issroff, The Ruby on Rails Podcast Show Notes & Links: Framework Friends Code and the Coding Coders who Code it Cha…
 
Enchanté. Aurelie Verrot is a developer originally from France who now lives in California. She is Software Engineer at Zendesk, working in the i18n team. She answers all of Brittany's questions about working at Zendesk, translating the beloved Women On Rails newsletter and VirtualCoffee.io. Show Notes & Links: General Assembly Zendesk Women On Rai…
 
Brittany and Nick took a foray into handheld console gaming before celebrating Nick's new role at Shopify on the Ruby/Rails Infra team. They chatted about their favorite parts of Railsconf including Nick's Ruby Archaeology talk and Shopify's Railsconf Afterparty Twitter Space. Also, Past Rubies is back! Show Notes & Links: Unofficial RailsConf Afte…
 
Brittany had questions about how to contribute to Ruby but luckily, Jemma was here to explain the process and explain her most recent proposal: Object shapes for Ruby. Object shapes are a technique for representing properties of an object. The two then debate reaching sustainable open source software. Show Notes & Links: Feature #18776: Object Shap…
 
David Hill is a Staff Software Engineer with CareRev. He just gave his first ever conference presentation at RailsConf 2022, titled “React-ing to Hotwire”. He is thinking about starting a podcast (yes!) so he asks Brittany her thoughts on co-hosts and topics. Show Notes & Links: React-ing to Hotwire | Railsconf 2022 The Rails SaaS Conference Framew…
 
Live from Portland, OR is the Ruby Podcast Panel recording from Railsconf 2022! The panelists discuss why they are loyal to podcasting, the state of the Ruby and Rails communities, opening doors for juniors into our industry and themes they noted from the conference. Moderated By: Jemma Issroff, The Ruby on Rails Podcast Panelists: Brittany Martin,…
 
Brian is back with his insights on how the Rails hiring market is fairing, the differences between JS and Rails recruiting, whether avoiding whiteboarding is a good sign and how companies can effectively evaluate potential developers. Show Notes & Links: Mirror Placement poteto / hiring-without-whiteboards Sponsored By: Honeybadger Honeybadger make…
 
Andrea Fomera is a Senior Software Developer at Podia who finds enjoyment in updating dependencies and crafting high quality, robust and maintainable code. She and Brittany flash forward to Railsconf Day 2 to discuss Andrea's talk, goals for the conference and an epic quest to find the best donut in Portland. Show Notes & Links: Andrea's Personal S…
 
Fresh off of treading water in a sweatsuit for a swim test, Brittany called up Jemma to do a live brainstorm for the Railsconf 2022 Podcast Panel. After discussing Jemma's team trip to London for Shopify, they go over the panel participants, moderation strategies and potential topics. Show Notes & Links: Railsconf 2022 COVID Policy Ruby Podcast @ R…
 
Steve Lynch is an Engineering Manager at Root Insurance, working with a full-stack team on a Rails and React stack. Brittany invited Steve on to the show to discuss Engineering Management and his Rubyconf talk, "I Read It But Don't Get It, or How to Tackle Technical Texts" so she could tackle some texts on her bookshelf. Show Notes & Links: Voulez-…
 
Andrew Strovers is a Senior Software Engineer out of Omaha, Nebraska. Being that he has serious opinions on trust and communication in the workplace, he was the perfect guest to discuss retros: how to reward vulnerability, adjust to the remote components and incorporate fun. Show Notes & Links: UpDog Nathan Knisley on LinkedIn Andrew Strovers on Li…
 
Brittany interviews Drew Bragg, the Staff Engineer at Within3 and the host of the new Code and the Coding Coders who Code it podcast about his origin, his love of the Ruby community and their experience at Sin City Ruby. The pair then switch host seats and Drew interviews Brittany about her love of burpees, what she is working on, her blockers and …
 
Joe Masilotti is an independent developer who specializes in Ruby on Rails, iOS, and automated testing. He helps clients port their Rails apps to iOS with Turbo Native. Brittany and Brian talk with Joe about building railsdevs in public, the challenges he has faced and the technical decisions he is proud of. They wrap up by discussing Joe's upcomin…
 
Emily is guesting as co-host this week with Jemma and Brittany! The trio celebrate Emily's new role at Shopify and discuss taking breaks between roles. Emily and Brittany just wrapped up reviewing CFPs for Railsconf so Jemma asks them about the patterns they observed. They wrap up by talking about their (not) green thumbs and home desk setups. Show…
 
Brittany and Nick gush about their long awaited reunion at Sin City Ruby in Las Vegas. They talk about talk prep, hype music, and even costume changes. After discussing how to pull off a company onsite and remote whiteboarding, they wrap by sharing their thoughts on "No Railsconf". Show Notes & Links: Sin City Ruby Miro Figjam Code and the Coding C…
 
Ufuk is the Engineering Manager of the Ruby Infrastructure team (Jemma's team!) at Shopify. After transitioning his career from physics to software development, Ufuk has had the fortune of working with lots of interesting technologies at various levels of the stack. He, Jemma and Brittany chat about management philosophies, why he remains excited a…
 
Jennifer Konikowski had been doing mostly Rails since 2012, though is currently taking a detour and working in Go at Splice. She and Brittany talk about what lead her to Pittsburgh, her fitness journey and tips. Show Notes & Links: Splice Jaybird PowerBlock Adjustable Dumbbells The Peloton App Strava TrainingPeaks | Reclaim Your Race Day Strong - W…
 
Returning after seven years and back by popular demand, Mike Coutermarsh is a software engineer at PlanetScale, where he’s building a serverless relational database. After catching up and sharing their adoration of Flash, Brittany and Mike nerd out on home fitness: equipment, routines and goals. Show Notes & Links: 202: Behind the Scenes at Product…
 
Stefanni Brasil and Thiago Araujo, the duo behind hevdevs, join Brittany to discuss their new course launch "Get to Senior", sharing your career goals with your manager and how to feel like a promotion was deserved. Show Notes & Links: Get to Senior Crash Course Get to Senior hexdevs Interview with Brittany Martin Buy Get to Senior (10% off) Stefan…
 
Tanner Johnson, Engineer, and Nick Gervasi, CTO, of Flowdash join Brittany to talk about why they chose Rails, how customers deploy their app on premise and the design of their internal users dashboard. They wrap up discussing the perks and challenges of all engineers being involved in growth, sales, and marketing at Flowdash. Show Notes & Links: F…
 
Ben Greenberg is a second career developer who previously spent a decade in the fields of adult education, community organizing, and non-profit management. He works as a lead developer relations engineer at New Relic by day and is building hirethePIVOT, a reverse job board for career changers, at night. Show Notes & Links: On Being an Early Career …
 
After a campy true crime start, Brittany and Jemma recap Brittany's first full marathon, Brittany's promotion to Engineering Manager and Jemma brings up the exciting news of YJIT porting to Rust. They wrap up by discussing the tracks for the Railsconf 2022 CFP. Start applying! Show Notes & Links: Feature #18481: Porting YJIT to Rust (request for fe…
 
Damian Galarza is the VP of Engineering at Buoy Software. Buoy is building software for good — connected intelligence that unlocks more plasma supply. Brittany, Brian and Damian discuss scaling engineering culture and reflect on technical decisions in a post Rails 7 world. Show Notes & Links: Buoy Software Damian Galarza (@dgalarza) / Twitter Buoy …
 
What is an Engineering Lead without her UX Designer? Nikki "Pancakes" LeServe, Senior UX Designer at Textus, joined Brittany to discuss her UX origin story and to respond to Brittany's controversial UX theories. Should design by committee die? Should Bootstrap ever be used? Should some stuff be designed to be difficult to use? Tune in. Show Notes &…
 
Shameel Abdullah is a Senior Developer at Shopify. Starting his career with frontend development, he has transitioned to a fullstack developer, working with Rails across multiple startups. He, Nick and Brittany chat about GraphQL and frontend opinions. Show Notes & Links: Sin City Ruby Get Your Conference Proposal Accepted - Schneems Gusto/apollo-f…
 
Joining Brittany to celebrate episode 400(!), Collin Jilbert is a Ruby on Rails Developer at GoRails. They discuss why he committed to Rails so early in his career, his various ambitious projects (Ruby Radar, fleur de ruby), his love of the community and what his new role will entail. Show Notes & Links: fleur de ruby (@fleur_de_ruby) Ruby Radar Go…
 
Will Ruby 3.1 drop on Christmas (spoiler: it did!)? Jemma and Brittany catch up with the changes from this past year, talk about some resolutions they are planning for 2022 and whether the pursuit for mediocrity should be one of them. Oh yes, they also touch on the release of Rails 7. Show Notes & Links: Ruby 3.1.0 Released WNB.rb (@wnb_rb) · Twitt…
 
It's a The Ruby on Rails Podcast x Remote Ruby collab! Brittany is joined with Jason Charnes and Andrew Mason so they can interview the editor of their shows, Paul Bahr, on how he got into podcast editing and the tools you need to get started. Find out the answers to fascinating questions such as: what is everyone's filler word? Is there really roo…
 
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