The Ruby on Rails Podcast, a weekly conversation about Ruby on Rails,open source software, and the programming profession.
Hosted by Brittany Martin.
Sean Devine talks with Ross Penman, a 15 year old programmer from Scotland, about what it's like to learn to program as a kid, opportunities to improve technical education, and the Scottish independence referendum.
Sean Devine talks with Jamis Buck about his new fantasy blog/book about algorithms - "Basil & Fabian" and his history with Rails and 37signals.
Sean Devine talks with Chad Fowler about the early days of Ruby and Rails and the heterogeneous architecture of Wunderlist.
Sean Devine and Chad Pytel discuss @dhh's controversial RailsConf 2014 keynote and the current state of thoughtbot.
Sean Devine and Eric Steele preview RailsConf 2014.
Sean Devine has a conversation with Horace Dediu of Asymco about open source software.
Eric Steele - Rails contractor and author of the upcoming book "What Do I Test?" - talks about growing up in rural Pennsylvania, his programming history, and his new book about learning to test.
Mike Perham - creator of Sidekiq and Sidekiq Pro - talks about the history of Sidekiq, the brand new 3.0 release, the Sidekiq Pro commercial add on, money in open source, and related topics.
Sean has a conversation with Terence Lee. Terence is known for his work at Heroku and his open source contributions to Ruby Core, Bundler and Resque.
A conversation with Michael Bernsten (@mrb_bk) from Code Climate.
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