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  • 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...

  • 166 RR Polyglot Programming

    rubyrogues.com 23 Jul '14, 1pm

    That’s a great point. You had a great example there with the asset pipeline. It needs a JavaScript engine to do the compiling that it does in Rails, because that’s JavaScript. It’s working with JavaScript so it’s easier to do in, surprise, JavaScript. Really good point. And like you s...

  • 164 RR Staying Sharp with Dave Thomas

    rubyrogues.com 09 Jul '14, 1pm

    Dart for Hipsters by Chris Strom (James) The Prose Garden (James) A Gorgeous Woman Shakes Her Body On Stage … And The Crowd Goes Wild (James) Something Ventured (Saron) fake_braintree (Saron) Bit-Shadow Machine (Saron) Bruce F. Webster: The Wetware Crisis: the Thermocline of Truth (Av...

  • 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 ...

  • 163 RR Education with Coraline Ada Ehmke and Katrina Owen

    rubyrogues.com 02 Jul '14, 1pm

    There’s something I worry about with regard to mentoring, which is just the question of are there enough mentors? I worry about that, because I’m a big fan of the idea and I’m a fan of the idea of apprenticeship, of letting people pair up and work with somebody who’s much more experie...

  • 162 RR Scaling Rails with Steve Corona

    rubyrogues.com 25 Jun '14, 1pm

    So, you get all of this really amazing Java web serving technology that has been in development for years and years and years and years, probably 10, 15 years of development of really strong work and scaling lessons and optimization. And putting just a thin Ruby layer on top of it to ...

  • 161 RR Docker Deploys with Sam Saffron

    rubyrogues.com 18 Jun '14, 3pm

    So, the way Unicorn does it is it just spins up the new Unicorn and it slowly weans all the connections off the old Unicorn and puts them on the new one. So, we know how everything is wired up and that’s how we can do the Discourse Docker thing. It just does a Git pull, it precompiles...

  • 158 RR Confessions

    rubyrogues.com 28 May '14, 1pm

    I like this notion that when we write a class file in Ruby, this is what I do and I see this a lot, you start at the top of the class file with the big meta stuff like modules that you’re including, Active Record DSL methods like belongs_to, has_many, validate, that kind of stuff. And...

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