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  • 171 RR Evaluating Yourself

    rubyrogues.com 27 Aug '14, 4pm

    [This episode is sponsored by Hired.com. Every week on Hired, they run an auction where over a thousand tech companies in San Francisco, New York, and L.A. bid on Ruby developers, providing them with salary and equity upfront. The average Ruby developer gets an average of 5 to 15 intr...

  • 169 RR Version Managers with Michal Papis, Mislav Maronić and Postmodern Mod III

    rubyrogues.com 13 Aug '14, 2pm

    So, one of the things that I ran into recently as I was using chruby on a very recent Ubuntu, I think, Ubuntu 14 before the core team got Ruby set for a difference readline that was the default on, in libreadline, that was the default on that distro. And so, I tried to compile Ruby wi...

  • 170 RR Padrino with Dario Cravero, Nathan Esquenazi, & Arthur Chiu

    rubyrogues.com 20 Aug '14, 1pm

    I think you bring up a great point there, actually. I do a lot of teaching. It’s my fulltime thing now. And one thing that I teach a lot is some web development stuff. And I always start with just plain Sinatra first. I used to do a lot of teaching at Rails workshops and I discovered ...

  • 60 SOLID with Jim Weirich

    rubyrogues.com 23 Aug '14, 4pm

    The point about this being driven by changes I think is very good. All of these principles are not proclamations from on high telling us, “Your code must work like this or else.” They are observations when you follow these rules, then changes tend to be in one place and it’s easier to...

  • 165 RR Systems Programming Tricks with Julia Evans

    rubyrogues.com 16 Jul '14, 11am

    [Snap is a hosted CI and continuous delivery services that goes far beyond letting you do continuous deployment. Snap’s first class support for deployment pipelines lets you push any healthy build to multiple environments automatically and on demand. This means with Snap, you can depl...

  • 168 RR Xiki with Craig Muth

    rubyrogues.com 06 Aug '14, 3pm

    So, I think that is going to make it, that’s gotten it to the point where it’s going to be really easy to learn because people will just say, “Okay, I want to do something here. I’ll just try the dropdown menu.” And I won’t have to have this extensive documentation explaining, “Here’s...

  • 035 RR Estimation

    rubyrogues.com 09 Aug '14, 11pm

    This will cause velocity to go down because what will happen is, you’ll go in and you’ll say, “Okay. I’ll bid two more points than I can actually do.” Or you will start negotiating in planning poker. Again planning poker is a hostage situation, we do not negotiate. And planning poker ...

  • 159 RR Hacking Education with Saron Yitbarek

    rubyrogues.com 04 Jun '14, 1pm

    I did a little bit of research, but most of what I learned just happened, just from doing it. And so, most of the tips that I use, keeping it to a hundred lines of code, just came from us trying to do bigger things and realizing it wasn’t going to work. But I think most of the things ...


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