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[00:01:51] Jason tells us he’s been on “bug rotation” at Podia this week and he shares how they do it. [00:05:53] Chris explains how he was working on some Rewardful stuff. [00:08:00] Jason announces Andrea Fomera has released her Hotwire course and some great things that have happened with that. [00:12:05] Jason tells us about a new side project h…
 
[00:03:19] Andrew starts us off with a funny story starting with having some discrepancies on staging and locally and using redirect back method. [00:06:52] Chris and Andrew dive into discussing Leftpad. [00:12:05] Chris brings up the fiasco that went down on Twitter with mimemagic dependency and Andrew explains it. [00:18:39] We learn about a new …
 
[00:01:45] Fred gives us a brief introduction of what he’s working on these days. [00:03:50] Fred did a conference talk about the Third Age of JavaScript and he tells us what it is. [00:07:07] Andrew asks Fred to explain what ESM is and modules. [00:10:53] We learn about using Skypack when Andrew brings up about not having to run NPM install on you…
 
[00:01:00] The guys chat about what happened this week in their lives, getting COVID vaccines, and Chris trying to get a title transferred on an old car. [00:10:57] Andrew poses a question to Jason and Chris which has to do with Delegated Types. Chris and Jason have a discussion about using it. [00:17:13] Chris mentions pagination being a problem a…
 
[00:04:17] Chris asks the guys if they submitted a talk to RailsConf 2021. Andrew tells us about a virtual talk at a meetup he’s giving in June. [00:08:53] Chris tells us about something he helped start a long time ago called LaunchCode. [00:11:58] Find out what Chris’s submission to RailConf 2021 is on. [00:16:54] Chris helps Andrew understand Tur…
 
[00:01:40] Mike tells us about himself, what he was doing before he started Sidekiq, and what led in the idea of him starting it. [00:03:46] Jason asks Mike if he thinks a lot of thread safe code in our ecosystem came from just people adopting Sidekiq, and when he started Sidekiq did he have plans of it becoming paid tiers or was it purely an open …
 
[00:02:42] Andrew does a follow up from last week when he talked about moving and archiving repos and he gives an update. Jason tells us problems they’ve had with Dependabot. [00:05:36] We learn about Andrew perfecting a gem release workflow and using Conventional Commits. [00:09:43] Chris was busy this week and he tells us about a live stream he d…
 
[00:00:22] The guys share stories of things that happened to them this past week. [00:06:30] Jason announces he got all his testing videos done for his course and it pushed him to do more work on the StimulusReflex testing library. [00:09:25] Chris asks the guys if they knew of a library that has test helpers for both frameworks. [00:12:22] Jason t…
 
[00:01:43] The guys chat about callbacks. [00:04:46] Chris tells us about the new course he did, “Ruby on Rails for Beginners.” [00:08:58] Andrew asks Chris if he actually talked to people who are newer in Rails to figure out about the pry or if he had a sense of it because of where he’s at in the community. [00:11:57] Jason hints at wanting to mak…
 
[00:01:50] Brian tells us what he does and how he got into Rails. [00:04:15] We learn about Brian’s company, Audience Ops, and ProcessKit, which is a SaaS product that he’s been working on. [00:05:40] Jason is curious to know what it was like for Brian to build his first product on WordPress. Also, he talks about learning Rails to build SaaS apps. …
 
[00:00:41] Chris and Jason tell us what they’ve been working on with Hotwire and StimulusReflex. [00:03:19] Tobias tells us all about himself and what he does at Makandra. [00:05:04] Tobias explains to us the idea behind Rails LTS, why it was created, and what it does for people. He talks about a Tweet by Patrick McKenzie. [00:08:08] Chris asks Tob…
 
[00:00:34] DHH jumps right into telling us what the response has been to Hotwire and how Basecamp has felt about the response. [00:04:02] DHH talks about a book they published in 2013 and mentions to “wait for the pendulum to come your way,” and how this relates to Hotwire. He also talks about Turbo. [00:08:06] Since Hotwire, the whole package, is …
 
[00:01:20] Nate tells us a little bit about himself, what he does, and a book he wrote. [00:02:18] Nate talks about the Rails Performance workshop he released a month ago. [00:06:02] Jason asks Nate if he has any plans to go back into the in-person training or if he will keep the current format if it’s showing more advantages. [00:08:03] If you are…
 
[00:01:41] Jason dropped his StimulusReflex course in early access and he tells us how the initial reception of it is and how he’s feeling about it. [00:09:21] Andrew explains the differences between Snowpack’s more like Webpacker, and he mentions Skypack and Snowpack pair very nice together. [00:18:07] Andrew tells us that Webpack is just a bunch …
 
[00:01:44] Robby tells us who is he and some of things he’s involved with. [00:02:42] Robby tells us about Z shells being the default on macOS and if more people are using it. [00:04:04] Since Robby’s been in the Rails Community for a long time, he tells us how things have changed and how he got into Ruby on Rails and Z shell. [00:16:34] Robby tell…
 
[00:00:25] Jason tells us about his busy Black Friday weekend and having to use Rails Autoscale, and Chris mentions Shopify’s graph showing their traffic for the weekend. [00:02:51] Jason tells us what’s new in the Ruby on Rails world and mentions RC2, and Chris tested Jumpstart Pro against RC1. Jason talks about something is wrong with his RC and …
 
[00:00:39] Jason starts off by talking about a Rails app he went back to that he built and hasn’t touched since March. [00:02:05] Jason upgraded Ruby in Rails and then started the Tailwind 2.0 update and was surprised at how easy it was for “most” things. Chris talked about his moment when he upgraded Jumpstart Pro. [00:04:27] Chris mentions patchi…
 
[00:00:47] Jason and Chris talk about modelling friendships in your database models. [00:06:56] Chris brings up building teams and inviting people being tricky. [00:08:35] Jason talks about using HasFriendship library, which lets you add friendship features to your ActiveRecord models. Chris mentions to Jason about watching a RailsCasts episode on …
 
[00:05:05] What’s new in Ruby and Rails Land? Andrew announces RubyConf 2020 (virtual) is next week. [00:09:20] Jason spun up a Bridgetown site with Tailwind and said it was fun. Andrew says he’s been playing around with it a lot this week and made a short video on how to add Tailwind, and he went full hog into Snowpack again. [00:10:12] Jason asks…
 
[00:00:34] Jason and Chris chat about voting, election, and COVID. Chris mentions a GitHub repository that posts the election votes in real time. [00:9:56] Chris tells us there is good news on the horizon with Ruby 3.0 and Rails 6.1 coming out soon, and the guys chat about the changes. [00:13:10] Jason is curious on Chris and Andrew’s thoughts on h…
 
[00:00:48] The guys catch up on what’s been going on this week. Chris tells us he’s been using Jumpstart in rebuilding Hatchbox this week. Andrew has been on PTO all week, so he’s been chilling, cleaning, and in the middle of refactoring. Jason tells us about a call he got from someone who had signed up for HopeGrid. [00:07:22] Jonas tells us about…
 
[00:01:25] Chris talks about going down the rabbit hole since their discussion last week about Webpacker and Rails Engines which was on his to-do list, and he finds out it is rough. [00:05:31] Andrew asks Chris if there was anything in the Webpack or Docs that made him think that maybe he should add this, or did he already cover it and he explains.…
 
[00:03:05] Chris mentions Kasper posted a link to a PR that updates the Rails API guides, which now includes the sidebar with all of the classes and turbo links in there. [00:04:54] Andrew brings up Docs and tells us there’s a ton of Webpacker documentation in a folder in the Webpacker repo called “Docs” and there’s a lot of documentation in there …
 
[00:05:18] Ernesto gives us an introduction of who he is and what he does. [00:10:43] Ernesto talks about the last RailsConf in Minneapolis when they were all together. Andrew talks about wanting to upgrade a Rails App and how he came across Ernesto’s FastRuby that had great content, which is why he asked him to be on the show today. [00:12:39] We …
 
[00:01:38] Andrew tells us about his weekend having to truncate 250 million rows and how he had to take care of a few issues. Jason talks about what he’s been using to search. [00:05:14] Jason talks about using a Laravel package called Scout. [00:06:50] Andrew tells us about having wrist problems and is trying to come up with solutions to help his …
 
[00:00:25] What have the guys been up to? Jason tells us he’s been working on his editor project with Reflex and Cable Ready, Chris has been working on Stimulus Reflex, and Andrew’s project is trying to truncate a table that has 225 million records in it! Yikes! Fingers crossed for Andrew! [00:07:20] Will tells us all about himself and how he got i…
 
In this episode we welcome back a special guest, Adam Wathan, creator of Tailwind CSS. We find out some cool things that have happened in Tailwind, new things that have launched in Tailwind UI, and issues he ran into when building it. Adam tells us about a work system they use called the six-week cycle with a two-week cool down, which really helps …
 
[00:01:49] Chris tells us he had somebody using Jumpstart that couldn’t get into his app, so he explains how he solved the problem. He also talks about how he used yarn link. [00:10:10] Chris talks about how he was trying to improve administrates navigation, which is actually based off your routes. [00:15:38] The guys chat about how the official ve…
 
[00:02:34] Andrew tells us what happened when he gave Linter Action another try. He also talks about code scanning alerts and RuboCop. [00:05:14] Andrew tweeted a picture of the UI and it doesn’t look like what you think it would, but he found it to be pretty cool (link below). He also talks about Checks API and Pronto gem. [00:11:33] New this week…
 
[00:07:05] Jason tells us all the cool features Laravel 8 is going to have. [00:14:08] We hear of glimpse of what the new version of Spark will have which sounds pretty cool. [00:17:33] Paddle is talked about and what is does and more people seem to be using it nowadays. [00:19:22] Chris mentions to Jason if he saw that Ruby has an experimental sup…
 
[00:08:26] Chris has been jumping into the Ruby stuff and mentions there was a Ractor announcement and it was accepted, which will be in the next Ruby. Chris asks Andrew if he’s written much multithreaded code before and Chris talks about his experience with it and talks about Ractor. [00:17:47] Chris and Andrew discuss things they learned and didn…
 
[00:00:55] Jason explains his absence last week because he was trying to trace down a bug with CableReady and morphed them how they worked together. [00:10:05] Chris has been working on a new course which he’ll announce soon. He wants to get into the meta programming, classes and modules, class variables, just more advanced Ruby stuff. He mentions …
 
[00:01:55] Chris and Andrew chat about old and new video games and server issues. [00:09:03] Chris asks Andrew what he’s been up to this week and anything exciting like RSpec Tests. Andrew tells us he’s been working on Legacy Rails 4 App which has been an interesting experience and a new challenge for him. Chris brings up his first Rails job out of…
 
[00:03:37] The guys catch up on what’s been going on in their lives. [00:10:58] Jason tells us he’s been refactoring and cranking out view components. Chris talks about the transition that he went from building the notifications things and refactoring it. [00:14:04] Chris asks the guys if they’ve done any other stimulus reflex features that they’re…
 
On today’s episode, Chris and Andrew have brought back their good friend, Steve Polito, to give us an update on his new job! Yes, he got a job after being a guest on our podcast! 😄 He will fill us in on what the interviewing process was like, what he does at his new job, how GitHub has helped him, and helpful advice on things he’s learned in the pr…
 
[00:00:25] Chris has been tweeting about doing notifications in Rails and trying to build and he asks the guys if they’ve used any notifications gems in Rails or have they built it from scratch or what have they done in the past. Chris mentions about something Palkan wrote about Active Delivery. [00:06:34] Chris talks about getting a Tweet from Ste…
 
[00:03:02] Jason and Chris chat about moving, selling, and designing their new homes. Chris has gone down a rabbit hole lately and tells us to check out a Matt Risinger, a builder in Texas, on YouTube. [00:11:20] Jason talks about using Stripe's hosted billing stuff and it was a dream come true. Chris brings up Paddle and wanting to try it. [00:21:…
 
[00:02:20] Andrew and Chris chat about Slim, Tailwind, and Components. They also mention Steve Schoger and Adam Wathan, who are the creators, designers, and developers of Tailwind CSS, and how they built this framework and then taught you how to use it. [00:08:32] Andrew talks about why he’s been invested in Tailwind since college. Chris talks abou…
 
Welcome to Remote Ruby! The guys are all back together this week! In the last episode, COVID-19 was talked about, so the guys want to shift the focus to new and better things happening in the Gem world, like DHH’s Hey’s Gemfile and Basecamps Gemfile. Jason made an Avatar Component and how he uses formBuilder. They guys also talk about WebAuthn Gem,…
 
[00:01:03] Andrew fills us in on being laid off from his job and he talks about how his job search is going. [00:09:32] Jason asks Andrew how the interviewing process has been going and if he’s had to do any whiteboarding. Andrew tells us what he’s had to do for some interviews. [00:14:32] Andrew tells us he’s been redoing his website with Bridgeto…
 
Welcome to Remote Ruby! On this episode, we have Jason and Chris. Chris tells us that their Hey email addresses got secured and that makes him excited for Rails 6.1. Jason brings up his struggles with MiniTests and Chris comes to the rescue and helps him out. Also, the guys have discussions on Tailwind CSS and PurgeCSS config, working on field help…
 
[00:06:10] Jason starts out by talking about working on action cable this past weekend since he uses stimulus reflex for everything in life and he couldn’t control the logging. Chris mentions he had a similar issue happen to him. [00:10:00] Andrew chimes in to say he thinks this is a place where components can really shine with cable ready. Jason t…
 
[00:03:20] Jason talks about the form stuff he’s been working on in Reflex. [00:08:02] Nick tells us about the background of “Past Rubies,” which has been on hiatus since Christmas, but will be reappearing in the next month. [00:15:12] The merge of Rails and Merb is brought up by Chris and he mentions a fascinating blog post by Yehuda Katz. [00:21:…
 
[00:02:25] Chris starts off and gives a s/o to Andrea Fomera for being one of the first GoRails subscribers and the longest subscriber. Then they explain what RailsBytes is and how they got into building it. [00:08:37] Chris talks about something they discovered working on this project and Andrea Fomera gives an example about installing things that…
 
[00:04:25] Matt gives us an introduction of who he is and what he does at SEP. He also mentions his blog called, “Boring Rails.” (don’t be fooled by the name)☺ [00:05:55] Besides doing Rails at work, Matt fills us in on other things he works in. [00:08:08] Jason asks the guys if any of them have watched the “RailsConf 2020.2 Couch Edition” talks an…
 
[00:06:06] Jared gives us a summary of who he is, what he does, and how Bridgetown started. Let’s just say it was a wild ride! [00:018:11] Jared talks about defaults and how they are vital with any static site generator. Chris talks about contributing a generate page or generate page command for anybody who’s never done this before. [00:22:32] Chri…
 
[00:01:54] Chris asks Josh if there is a viewing party going on for RailsConf online stuff since RailsConf was canceled. Josh explains what is going on and talks about a RailsConf Virtual Hallway that is planned. [00:09:05] Josh talks about what’s new at Honeybadger and how the transition’s been like for them. [00:11:49] There was something that ca…
 
[00:01:13] Jason talks about how he needs to start doing some upgrades on HopeGrid. And because the guys do like to have fun, they talk about gaming devices and fun video games they’ve been playing. [00:07:45] Andrew and Chris talk about playing the video games “Red Dead Redemption” and “Grand Theft Auto.” [00:10:50] So, what’s new in Ruby World? C…
 
[00:03:35] Chris talks about “Active Admin,” which is the most popular Rails Admin Gem and how useful it is to use. [00:07:25] Andrew brings up “Lucky,” a Crystal database wrapper, and Chris gives his opinion about it. [00:11:47] Chris and Andrew mention using GitLab, but both prefer GitHub until things get fixed. And with teams going free mostly, …
 
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