The Ruby on Rails Podcast, a weekly conversation about Ruby on Rails,open source software, and the programming profession.
Hosted by Brittany Martin.
Brian Cardarella of the software consultancy DockYard joins Sean Devine to talk about some of the lessons that he's learned growing their business. Other topics include Ember (including ember-cli and ember-data) and DockYard's focus on client-side applications, the business of Ruby on Rails development, the JSON:API standard, and more.
Josh Smith joins Sean Devine to talk about when and why to separate server applications from their clients, when you should roll your own authentication solution (never), and the precise location of Sean's mother-in-law.
Trek Glowacki joins Sean Devine to talk about learning Ember, creating effective guides and documentation, and purchasing Skymall gift certificates on Groupon.
Steve Robinson from rubynow.com joins Sean to talk about recruiting, recruiters, and solar panel junk mail.
The team from RefactorCop joins Sean Devine to talk about their excellent project that won the 2014 Rails Rumble.
Flora Saramago joins Sean Devine to talk about winning the solo award in the 2014 Rails Rumble for Pack Pal.
Carlos Souza from Code School joins Sean Devine to discuss programming education, the open source software community, and Code School's courses and screencasts.
Sean talks with Brittany and Risa from Ninefold's customer support team about his experience using Ninefold on a new application.
Sean Devine reviews the 2014 Rails Rumble entries, points out some highlights, and reveals who he would pick as the winner.
Nick Mango joins Sean Devine to talk about Swell, his new service that let's you know instantly when something exciting is happening on your website. Also, they share some final thoughts about the upcoming Rails Rumble.
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