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  • 178 RR Book Club: Refactoring Ruby with Martin Fowler

    rubyrogues.com 22 Oct '14, 1pm

    You then scan your extracted code in the new method for references to variables that are local in scope to the source method. That is, a local variable that’s in the other place, or a parameter coming into the method. You look to see if any of the temporary variables are used only wit...

  • 179 RR Accountability and Diversity with Meagan Waller

    rubyrogues.com 29 Oct '14, 3pm

    I think the best next move is to not just try and hire marginalized people just so that you can throw them up on your team page and say, “Look here. We’re trying,” but to actually put forth a real effort. I know that there are diversity consultants out there. So, if you look around in...

  • 175 RR Civic Hacking with William Jeffries

    rubyrogues.com 24 Sep '14, 4pm

    So, it started while I was actually at The Flatiron School and I needed a project. And I had bought this Twine, the Supermechanical Twines. They’re a fun developer toy and they do a lot of things, including but not limited to taking temperature readings. So, I wrote a blog post about ...

  • 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...

  • 120 RR Book Club: Understanding Computation with Tom Stuart

    rubyrogues.com 30 Sep '14, 7pm

    We haven’t quite gone to the level of the actor model. We’re not quite writing programs in Erlang. But we are getting some of the benefits of thinking of our program as a load of interacting objects, a load of little entities that are sending these little messages to each other and ev...

  • 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...

  • 176 RR Rails as an SOA Client with Pete Hodgson

    rubyrogues.com 01 Oct '14, 3pm

    So, maybe good to start with a definition of what I mean by Rails as an SOA client. Basically it’s this idea that rather than, historically we had these monolithic Rails. Initially when we, everyone built their first Rails application it was a Rails app that talked to a database and t...

  • 174 Rubygems with Eric Hodel

    rubyrogues.com 17 Sep '14, 3pm

    [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...


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