We talk about Minimalist Shoes, Non-Minimalist Keyboards, Vim, Dokku, ActiveRecord and more.
Ransoming your infrastructure for fun and profit, semaphores versus mutexes, and interviews from the other side of the table.
We theorize on the technical feasability of silent dance parties, discuss DHH's RailsConf keynote, and talk about Elixir.
Jessica Kerr on Programming with Contracts, Generative Testing
Aditya Mukerjee joins us to talk about Big Data, Go, and more.
44: Recursive KeyboardsExplicit
Justin tries really hard to make a good recursion pun, but gets stuck in a loop. Also, keyboards!
Today we're joined with Michael Eaton to talk about going Independant and back to full time employment.
42: Learning New LanguagesExplicit
For this episode, we discuss ride-sharing services, start Twitter wars, and learn about yet another package manager.
Discussing the difficult life of full-season-at-once releases, The CrossFit Open, and "what kind of education" it takes to be a programmer.
39: Clearing our Backlog.Explicit
We go through some issues in our backlog and talk about editors, signing our work and time management.
We discuss "Waterwheel", Agile, Lean, and Rewrites.
36: End-to-End TestingExplicit
Pam gets back from her sunny remote office, Len tells us about board games at CodeMash, and we discuss the pros and cons of end-to-end testing.
We talk with Austin Seraphin, a blind Ruby developer and accessbility consultant, about accessibility, art, and programming.
32: Holiday SpectacularExplicit
It's the best way to not get disease.
You can't handle the heat.
Users are the enemy of your computing.
Jana Veliskova talks to us about breaking into the industry.
21: The iPhone 6 is too bigExplicit
iPhone gripes, squirrels, StrangeLoop, and vim.
There's reducers then there's transducers.
With everyone returning from Midwest.JS and Steel City Ruby, we reminisce about the conferences, complain about the post office, and debate what Devops is.
The one where we pair-podcast with @joem
10: Estimation (or, 80% Done)Explicit
The one where we earn an explicit rating.
Alan Turing, Static Site Generators, and Pam's book
People passionate about their craft usually have an origin story. We'll explore ours today.
Pam tells us about India, we discuss the developer job market, and debate TDD a bit more.