The Ruby on Rails Podcast, a weekly conversation about Ruby on Rails,open source software, and the programming profession.
Hosted by Kyle Daigle.
Kelli Shaver, winner of the 2013 Rails Rumble solo division, joins Sean Devine to talk about her many Rails Rumble entries and last year's VICTORY.
Tom & Nick Mango - organizers of the Rails Rumble - join Sean Devine to preview the this year's competition. This is the first in a series of episodes about the Rails Rumble (a 48 hour application development competition in October). If you've participated in the past or are thinking about participating this year, you should definitely listen to this episode.
Jim Chevalier, creator of citystrides.com, joins Sean Devine in person! to talk about the creation of his great run-every-street-in-my-city website.
Jim Remsik, organizer of Madison+ Ruby, joins Sean Devine to talk about the history of the Madison+ Ruby conference and what to expect at the event this weekend.
Justin Weiss (@justinweiss) joins Sean Devine to talk about his Rails-focused blog at http://www.justinweiss.com and his upcoming book.
Olga Raskina joins Sean Devine to discuss her journey from secondary school in Soviet Russia to her undergraduate degree at Moscow State University to her PhD at Columbia University in NYC to her professional career in Operations Research and programming. They discuss formal vs informal education and the upside of each approach along with lots of related topics.
Peter Cooper (@peterc) - publisher of Cooper Press - discusses his email newsletter empire (including Ruby Weekly) with lots of side trips along the way.
Sean Devine is the interviewee and Eric Steele plays host. Topics include how Sean started to program, web scraping via Mechanize and Watir, the Ruby Quiz as therapy, the evolution of Ruby's testing culture and much much more.
Sean Devine is joined by Flo Motlik from Codeship to discuss continuous delivery, the history of Codeship and some of the biggest challenges involved in running a CI service. Plus coconuts and peaches.
Sean Devine talks with Daniel Jalkut (@danielpunkass) about why he develops software for the Apple ecosystem (mostly OS X) and how that experience compares and contrasts to developing software in an OSS environment like Ruby on Rails.
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