We’re joined by David Heinemeier Hansson (DHH) — creator of Ruby on Rails, founder and CTO of Basecamp. He’s also a best-selling author who co-wrote Rework, amongst other titles, and in his spare time he also drives race cars. DHH talks about open source branding, how to get a remote job, why meetings suck, and […]
A Programmer, Scientist, and Engineer Walk Into A Bar: S.T.E.A.M. Power Podcast #36 for the week of February 9, 2014. This week we discuss: Black Holes, X-Rays, and Heating the Early Universe CERN Plans for LHC 2.0 Tiny Numbers, Big Impacts What is MEMS? Materials That Perform Calculus With Light Graphene: Electronics Savior or Not? […]
WARNING: This video uses Rails 2, some of the syntax may have changed. Jim Gochee is the VP of Engineering at New Relic, where he’s helped shape RPM, their server monitoring tool. After asking him his recommendations for Scaling Rails, we take a closer look at some of the advanced features of New Relic’s RPM […]
This presentation was recorded on April 25, 2012 in Austin, Texas at RailsConf 2012. The presenters are James Edward Gray, Charles Max Wood, Josh Susser, David Brady and Avdi Grim. Ruby’s favorite podcast comes to RailsConf! Join the Ruby Rogues (David Brady, James Edward Gray II, Avdi Grimm, Josh Susser, and Charles Max Wood) for […]
The Pragmatic Programmer recommends that you know your text editor. This is a discussion of my recent adventures with VIM and what I’m doing to improve my VIM skills. Also discussed are the benefits of knowing your text editor and moving at the speed of thought.
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The pitch here is really simple. Having a structure where developers feel supported makes them happier, and less likely to leave. Retention and training is much cheaper than hiring and on-boarding and leads to a better work place. We think we have a lightweight structure for supporting developer growth and we think it will be […]
23 students attended Le Wagon Lisbon coding bootcamp from April 16th to June 15th, 2018. Check out the projects they built with Ruby on Rails in only 2 weeks!