Valentino Stoll is a Rubyist at my core, formerly design and UX, with an ever growing enthusiasm for embedded systems.
January 19th, 2022 | 1 hr 6 mins
If you’re wondering how to make sense of all these frameworks, you’ve come to the right podcast. In this episode, the Rogues dive DEEP into the pros and cons of Stimulus, Hotwire, Turbo, React, Rails, and more; why certain communities are divided amongst each other (and how to fix it); and what tools you NEED to try in 2022.
January 12th, 2022 | 1 hr 1 min
Ready to COMMAND your command line? Then listen up! In this episode, the Ruby Rogues sit down with Adam Gordon Bell, a software developer and host of the CoRecursive podcast. The guys discuss the tools that every developer MUST know in 2022, what users of Jekyll and Ruby can expect this year, and why Adam believes that JQ will save you hours from Google and Stack Overflow.
January 5th, 2022 | 58 mins 58 secs
With all this hype around Rails 7, how do you ACTUALLY use it? And is it better than its predecessors? In this episode, the Ruby Rogues sit down with Stefan Wienert, a software developer whose passion for Ruby and technical expertise speak for themselves. The group talks about how to avoid headaches in these new systems, the BEST way to encrypt your data, and plenty of details for navigating Ruby on Rails like you’ve always wanted to.
“You can jump in and fix it right away. It’s very dangerous and very powerful, so it’s great that they have this kind of gem. I’m really excited to about it.”
In This Episode:
Stefan’s perspective on cssbundling and jsbundling vs. webpacker
Why importmaps is a viable alternative to the bundling combinations
Have headaches with sprockets? Stefan tells you why
The reason nodes may not be necessary in the future…if you do THIS correctly
How you can implement AR encryption and keep your backups safe forever
Godot Free and Open Source game engine
Reddit article “The Time is Right for Hotwire”
Architecture Decision Records
Marvel Legendary board game
Books: Dotcom Secrets, Expert Secrets, Traffic Secrets, Think and Grow Rich
trestle admin interface like ActiveAdmin, but less dependencies, lot of features, couple of relevant plugins (TinyMCE, JSONEditor, Sidekiq Dashboard), BS4 based theme
i18n-tasks - Gem & cli for managing your config/locales/*.yml - Auto Sort, Auto “Route” keys, sync between locales, find unused, find untranslated, auto translate via Google Translate API
Connect with Stefan:
Github: zealot128 (Stefan Wienert) · GitHub
December 21st, 2021 | 1 hr 6 mins
If you’re on the search for a robust, lightning-fast front-end build solution in your web app, listen up. The Rogues sit down with Máximo Mussini, a software developer who’s passionate about integrating Ruby and Vote.js together to create something that’s both razor-sharp and freakishly easy to use. The lads discuss how powerful http2 is becoming, the easiest way to slash loading times and be more strategic with your page building, and why you NEED Vite.js’s incredible integration tools to stop playing around and get your pages up and soaring.
“This set of new tools brings an on-demand mentality, which has a lot of benefits.”
- Máximo Mussini
In This Episode:
How Vite.js and Ruby are slashing reload times and keeping programmers in their flow
Why you need Vite’s incredible integration capabilities to include any packages or files you can imagine
The #1 benefit of Vite.js that’s changing how programmers are able to code, integrate packages, and get their applications up and running
GitHub - ElMassimo/jumpstart-vite: ⚡️ Jumpstart a new Rails app with Vite.js + Turbo + Stimulus, and more
ES modules: A cartoon deep-dive – ES modules: A cartoon deep-dive - Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog
Women on Rails Newsletter – https://womenonrails.substack.com/
Rails 7 adds in_order_of to queries – Rails 7 adds ActiveRecord::QueryMethods#in_order_of to return query results in a particular sequence | Saeloun Blog
Monads explained with cats – https://twitter.com/TartanLlama/status/1460608706048106501
BCS and Chartered Engineer status https://www.bcs.org/
Rage clicks - what do they tell you about user behavior? - Understand your customers | Mi
December 15th, 2021 | 1 hr 10 mins
Ivo Anjo joins the Rogues to discuss Ractors in Ruby and how they can be used. They're not actors as they appear in other languages. They communicate via message passing.
Ivo clarifies several things about Ractors and what their powerful features and the understanding of what they do and how they work.
December 8th, 2021 | 59 mins 10 secs
This week the Rogues talk to Felipe Vogel about how he's using Bridgetown and pros of using it over Jekyll.
December 1st, 2021 | 55 mins 40 secs
Samuel Cochran, creator and maintainer of MailCatcher joins the Rogues to discuss how he pulled EventMachine together with Ruby to build out MailCatcher.
He goes into the maintenance and contributions that have come in over the years. He dives into changes that are being made and the stability of the project.
November 17th, 2021 | 1 hr 2 mins
Vlado Cingel recounts his story where he needed common table expressions within SQL for a project he was working on and wrote a patch to AREL and ActiveRecord which he submitted to the Rails Core. Since it hasn't been accepted, he's supporting it as a gem.
Vlado explains what Common Table Expressions (CTEs) are, how they work, and where they're used.
November 10th, 2021 | 44 mins 30 secs
ngsley Chijioke wrote an article breaking down the way that Ruby finds methods and determines which version of a method to run. The Rogues approach the internals of Ruby and discuss the implications of how this comes together and where the listeners may have seen this and point out any gotchas that arise.
November 3rd, 2021 | 1 hr 8 mins
Ulysse Buonomo ran into an issue in the application he works on where the Heroku applications were taking up more and more memory. He began tracking down memory growth in the applications to keep the applications fast and keep the bills small.
October 27th, 2021 | 1 hr 10 mins
Jorge Manrubia is a Security developer at BaseCamp. He discusses the encryption features added in Ruby on Rails and explains where they fit into the ecosystem for Hey.com.
The panel jumps in to help discover how to help raise the privacy bar for your Ruby on Rails applications to protect personal and private information.
October 20th, 2021 | 1 hr 28 mins
Riaz Virani joins the Rogues to discuss how to thrive at your first Dev Job. He has five main ideas that when applied will help you as a new developer fit in and learn quickly on a development team.
The Rogues chime in with their experiences. They also discuss how not-so-new developers can apply these ideas either as mentors or as learners themselves.
October 13th, 2021 | 1 hr 17 mins
Jeremy Evans joins the Rogues to discuss the way he builds Ruby programs and the practices he put into his latest book "Polished Ruby Programming."
The Rogues dive into Jeremy's opinions. They push back on some, applaud others, and ask deeper questions about the rest. Join this deep dive by experienced developers into the how and why of organizing Ruby in deeply practiced ways.
Polished Ruby Programming giveaway: https://forms.gle/VURNitd9LCwMG9Sz9
October 6th, 2021 | 1 hr 13 mins
Cameron Dutro joins the Rogues to discuss RUX, a system for managing your View Components in Rails in a similar way to how React uses JSX to manage its Component views.
He discusses how it works, how it goes together, and what inspired it.
September 29th, 2021 | 59 mins 45 secs
Huzefa Biyawarwala joins the Rogues to discuss developer tooling around Docker and how it's used with Ruby and Rails. The Rogues join in and discuss the ways they've used Docker in their own setups and how they deploy apps using Docker and how Docker is used on their own development environment.
September 22nd, 2021 | 58 mins 3 secs
Michael Orr joins the Rogues to discuss how to move applications into Docker for development and production environments in Kubernetes. He walks the panel through the process of orchestrating a Rails setup in Kubernetes that you can run in the cloud.