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RUBY 487: Our Development Setups

Dave, Luke, and Chuck dive into their development setups. They talk through the different Operating Systems, IDEs, text editors, command lines, desks, chairs, etc. we all use to build our Ruby and Rai..

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Super readable String operations with `delete_prefix` and `delete_suffix

Originally appeared on Boring Rails: Skip the bullshit and ship fast | .One reason I love writing Ruby is that its optimized for programmer happiness. The Ruby community values code that is super rea..

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RUBY 486: Authorization Hacks

Chuck has been fighting an authorization system in an application hes building in his spare time. John, Dave, and Chuck dive into the current authorization gems and talk about their strengths and wea..

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RUBY 481: Why We Worry About All the Wrong Things with Hilary Stohs-Krause

Hilary Stohs-Krause addresses the things that we have strong emotional reactions to as developers that maybe we shouldnt worry about them. She also leads a discussion with the panel around when fear ..

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RUBY 479: Mistakes Were Made with Jesse Spevack

Jesse Spevack tells us about a conference topic he gave where big mistakes were made at his company. Having lived through the choices that they made, we chat about the lessons learned. Links https:r..

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RUBY 482: Successfully Onboarding a Junior Engineer in Three Steps with Emily Giurleo

Onboarding and leveling up Junior developers can be tricky. Emily Giurleo joins the Rogues to discuss the process for creating autonomous, competent developers when you hire someone who doesnt have a..

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RUBY 480: The Sounds of Silence: Lessons From an API Outage with Paul Zaich

Paul Zaich from Checkr tells us about a critical outage that occurred, what caused it and how they tracked down and fixed the issue. The conversation ranges through troubleshooting complex systems, bu..

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RUBY 483: Unlocking the Power of Functional Programming and Elm with Richard Feldman

Richard Feldman – author of Elm in Action – joins the Rogues to discuss the advantages of Functional Programming and using Elm. Elm is a programming language that is a functional programming language ..

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RUBY 485: What is a Top 5% Developer?

The Rogues dive into who are top 5% developers, what theyre doing and how to recognize them. They start out discussing how mid-level developers can move up and how developers can grow in more ways th..

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RUBY 131: How to Learn

This is a repeat episode of Ruby Rogues. Heres the original link https:devchat.tvruby-rogues131-rr-how-to-learn Sponsors Dev Heroes Accelerator Raygun | Click here to get started on your free 14..

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RR 428: Arming the Rebels with Rails 6 Featuring David Heinemeier Hansson

This is a repeat of Ruby Rogues Episode 428. Heres the Link: https:devchat.tvruby-roguesrr-428-arming-the-rebels-with-rails-6-featuring-david-heinemeier-hansson..

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RUBY 484: Bootcamps: Bad or Badass

We discuss the value of bootcamps and whether new developers should consider them. We also touch a little bit on related topics like interviewing. Panel Charles Wood John Epperson Luke Stutters Sponso..

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Redis rate limiter

Originally appeared on Rebased Blog. At Rebased we have an internal time tracking project called Harmonogram. Its backend is built in Ruby on Rails. It started as a playground for new hires to get use..

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How to Avoid the Most Dangerous Word in Software Development

Originally appeared on Rails Performance Audit and Tuning Consultant for Hire.J-U-S-T. Those four characters can be significantly detrimental to a software development process. In this blog post, Ill..

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Use Rails URL helpers outside views and controllers

Originally appeared on Andy Croll.Occasionally youll need to generate a URL to your own application, outside of views or controllers. In these places, URL helpers are available. These helper methods ..

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Docker containers for Rails development environments, part 2: Setup

Originally appeared on Everyday Rails.In our first experiment, let's see what it takes to get a Rails app to boot in a Visual Studio Code devcontainer...

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You never knew these essential startup stages!

The job of an entrepreneur is not as easy as it might sound at first. Yes, it is a truly unique path that leads you through various startup stages while having benefits and risks on each end. And almo..

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Mark Polskii, JetRuby - Ruby on Rails and Mobile Development Company

Glowforge App: The Success of a Famous 3D Printer

Back in 2013, at the rising dawn of the 3D printer technology era, lots of various companies have tried to secure the targeted audience. However, everyone had an issue with that most of the printers h..

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Mark Polskii, JetRuby - Ruby on Rails and Mobile Development Company

Emerging trends in Healthcare Startups of 2021

The world stays in the COVID-19 anabiosis, the vaccine is in the process of completion, and the new mutation cell spreads like a caterpillar. But lets forget about all negativity that currently impac..

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Setting CSS classes in Markdown with Jekyll Bridgetown

Originally appeared on Boring Rails: Skip the bullshit and ship fast | .Writing blog posts in Markdown is just great. This blog is written in Markdown!But sometimes you might be tempted to drop down t..

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