Maxim Hartman public
[search 0]
More
Download the App!
show episodes
 
Artwork

1
The Ruby on Rails Podcast

Elise Shaffer and Brian Mariani

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly+
 
The Ruby on Rails Podcast, a weekly conversation about Ruby on Rails, open source software, and the programming profession. Co-hosted by Elise Shaffer, Brian Mariani, Jemma Issroff and Nick Schwaderer. Edited by Peachtree Sound.
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
Accredited Income Property Investment Specialist (AIPIS)

Jason Hartman with Scott Sharp & Daniel Miller

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly
 
The mission of AIPIS is to properly educate real estate specialists and investors in the proven methods of income property investments as a road to building wealth. AIPIS Education Program Jason Hartman, internationally known investment property guru, had a vision. He wanted to share his 25+ years of real estate experience with a wider audience, so that they could benefit from everything he had learned. The idea for the Accredited Income Property Investment Specialist program grew out of Jas ...
  continue reading
 
This podcast focuses on the business end of the pen. What does that mean? It's getting into the nitty-gritty of the business side of being a writer or publisher. We at Talking Book Publishing will bring in industry experts, Published authors, publishers, agents, and editors for conversations about what tools writers need to be as successful as they can on their publishing journey.
  continue reading
 
Loading …
show series
 
Over the last year, the Rails Foundation has been hard at work on several initiatives. After a successful Rails World last year, they’ve been working on the program for this year’s Rails World in Toronto. The Rails Foundation has also been working on several other initiatives that are very important to our community. Amanda Perino, Executive Direct…
  continue reading
 
I am very excited for today’s episode! Twitch is a livestreaming service where users can stream themselves to the internet. Twitch is known for video game streaming. But, people stream all kinds of things, including software development. Today's guest is Rachael Wright-Munn who livestreams Rails development on Twitch Show Notes Rachael’s Twitch: ht…
  continue reading
 
There are so many Ruby events happening recently, that it can be hard to know which one to go to. Today we’re going to talk about a rather unique event in the Ruby community. What if you could go to an event that was just the Hallway Track? And that event happened at a summer camp? Show Notes Rails Camp West Website - https://west.railscamp.us Big …
  continue reading
 
Rails 7 and Hotwire have completely revolutionized server side Rails apps. Developers can now get much more reactivity with way less javascript, less tooling, and simpler deployments. You’ve probably heard a lot about Rails 7.1 and Hotwire. Maybe you’re even using it in production? Ayush Newatia joins the show to talk about his new book, The Rails …
  continue reading
 
Welcome to a pivotal episode of "Talking Book Publishing," where your hosts Kathleen and Adanna discuss the transformative merger reshaping the landscape for writers and publishers alike. Join us as we delve into an enlightening conversation with Gary Young, the president of the Independent Writers of Southern California (IWOSC), and Stephen Sanche…
  continue reading
 
RailsConf is coming up fast! The program committee has released the schedule and keynote speakers. Ufuk Kayserilioglu joins the show to talk about the program and Ruby Central Show Notes Kevin's blog post about RailsConf https://kevinjmurphy.com/posts/tracks-not-at-railsconf-2024/ RailsConf website & registration https://railsconf.org/ If you have …
  continue reading
 
Jason and his investment counselor Carrie address a range of investment strategies and market trends, providing insights into the benefits and drawbacks of various options, such as home warranties, short-term and long-term rentals, and cryptocurrencies. They also emphasized the advantages of residential properties over commercial ones and recommend…
  continue reading
 
Discover the fascinating history behind the influential Laffer curve with the renowned economist #ArthurLaffer. This curve played a pivotal role in the Reagan revolution, transforming global economics. Dive into the concept that excess taxation can hinder government revenue, unraveling the counterintuitive nature of economics. Join the Empowered In…
  continue reading
 
Unlock the secrets to successful memoir marketing in this insightful episode of "Talking Book Publishing," where hosts Kathleen and Adanna welcome digital marketing maven Lisa Angle and author Bee Bloeser. Dive deep into the art of creating captivating social media content that resonates and engages. Learn how platforms like TikTok, Instagram, and …
  continue reading
 
You may have heard about WebAssembly. It’s an open standard that aims to help developers create high performance applications on the web. It’s a portable binary execution format traditionally used on the front end, but there are also other ways to use it. I am completely new to WebAssembly, so today we have a guest to talk about it with us. Show No…
  continue reading
 
Jason welcomes Mike Maloney. He talks about his book "The Great Gold and Silver Rush of the 20th Century," and presents a chart showing the price of a can of Campbell's soup under the gold standard from 1895 to 2025. Jason also introduced the Hartman Comparison Index and the concept of pricing items in commodities. Mike and Jason discuss the unreal…
  continue reading
 
Burnout is a common occurrence in the tech industry. And the recent onslaught of layoffs have left many stressed about their job search, or overworked from the increased demands of the smaller teams. I know some of my listeners have experienced burnout. I myself have had a recent experience with burnout that took months to recover from. Dr. Katy Co…
  continue reading
 
Jason interviews Michael Zuber, author of ‘One Rental at a Time’, about the real estate financial market. They discuss Michael’s philosophy of incremental progress in real estate investing and his recent move from California to Las Vegas. Michael emphasized data-driven decisions and presented a ’53 year spreadsheet’ to track real estate market data…
  continue reading
 
Recently, Ruby Central named a new executive director, Adarsh Pandit. Ruby Central has been a force in the Ruby community for years, organizing conferences and contributing to the community. The recent changes in governance have led t some exciting things on the horizon. Adarsh joined the show to talk about what's going to happen with Ruby Central …
  continue reading
 
Jason welcomes Joshua Simon, founder of Simon Commercial Real Estate, as they discuss the state of commercial real estate. Josh highlights the strength of retail, especially in open-air strip centers and grocery-anchored spaces. Simon emphasized the retail renaissance, citing low vacancy rates and increased demand. Industrial properties faced chall…
  continue reading
 
Over the years, the performance of Ruby has improved quite a bit. One of the big recent performance improvements came from the development of YJIT inside Shopify. YJIT is a just-in-time compiler for Ruby written in Rust. Dr. Maxime Chevalier-Boisvert joined the show to talk about YJIT Show Notes YJIT Website Maxime on X https://twitter.com/Love2Cod…
  continue reading
 
Jason talks about the importance of understanding the relationship between household real estate value, mortgage debt, and GDP. The presented chart indicates increased equity and decreased mortgage debt as a percentage of GDP, highlighting a more stable housing market. He touches on the benefits of leveraging properties and he analyzes a chart on m…
  continue reading
 
Join hosts Kathleen and Adanna for another insightful episode of Talking Book Publishing as they get into the nitty-gritty of manuscript editing with Lynn Varon, a seasoned editor. Lynn sheds light on common manuscript pitfalls while sharing her editing journey fueled by a lifelong passion for reading and a keen eye for good writing. Drawing from h…
  continue reading
 
If you start a new Rails project today, you’re probably going to pick Postgres for your database. And if you have a ten year old Rails app, you might be using MySQL. But Rails ships with support for SQLite, a lightweight SQL database. Can that lightweight database be used to make production-ready software? Stephen Margheim joins the show to help us…
  continue reading
 
Jason welcomes Selma Hepp, the Chief Economist of Core Logic. They discuss the challenging state of the real estate market and noted that the market was facing issues due to rising mortgage rates, which led to a decline in transactions and mortgage refinances. Additionally, she highlighted that existing homeowners were benefiting from this situatio…
  continue reading
 
Fito and Alan are frequent RubyConf and RailsConf speakers on topics ranging from software complexity to resolving flaky specs. They joined the how to discuss strategies for dealing with unreliable tests and complex code. Show Notes Cisco Meraki: Careers (https://meraki.com/careers) Alan Ridlehoover’s LinkedIn (https://linkedin.com/in/aridlehoover)…
  continue reading
 
Michael Zuber talks to Jason about the housing market and the potential for a housing crash. Jason provides insights into why a housing crash hasn’t occurred so far, emphasizing the need for millions of distressed sellers as a key ingredient for a crash. He also mentions that people who predict crashes often lack a comprehensive understanding of ec…
  continue reading
 
RailsConf is coming up fast and I can’t wait to see you all there! The CFP is open and the program committee is accepting proposals for talks for the conference. Andy Croll joined the show to talk with us about the CFP process and how you can present at RailsConf ** Show Notes** Rails Conf Detroit - https://railsconf.org/ RailsConf CFP - https://se…
  continue reading
 
Today Jason welcomes Sara, one of his investment counselors to the show as they cover several financial and real estate topics. They address challenges faced by self-employed individuals in obtaining mortgages due to low reported income and offer insights into strategies like inflation-induced debt destruction. They also touch on interest rates, re…
  continue reading
 
In this episode, Jason features Robert Helms of the Real Estate Guys. He also discussed "generational investing" i.e. the possibility of children investing in real estate and the importance of not trying to time the market. Jason then moves on to discuss the impact of declining interest rates on the housing market, projecting that a drop to 5.5% co…
  continue reading
 
Kaja is the Slack Administrator for WNB.rb, a group of women and non-binary rubyists. She joined the show to talk about becoming the Slack Administrator. She fills us in on what the job entails, how she became the slack administrator, and some of the big things she learned from contributing to WNB.rb Show Notes Twitter: @alizenero Mastodon: @kajano…
  continue reading
 
Jason welcomes Stephen M.R. Covey as they discuss his book "The Speed of Trust." In business, cultivating trust is key for successful deals and relationships. The principle of "win-win or no deal" emphasizes fair collaboration, where both parties benefit. Trust fosters enduring relationships, enabling faster, more efficient cooperation. Smart trust…
  continue reading
 
What do we owe to each other? Over the last several years, the tech industry has had a reckoning about ethics within our industry. Katya Dreyer-Oren gave a excellent talk and workshop at RubyConf in San Diego about how to ethically build software. She joined the show to share her thoughts and ideas from her experience as a student of philosophy. We…
  continue reading
 
Jason welcomes Gretchen Morgenson as they discuss how private equity’s surge into single-family homes is reshaping urban landscapes and pricing out regular investors and first-time home buyers. They highlight concerns about these firms prioritizing profit over property maintenance, creating a semi-monopoly in the market. The impact stems from massi…
  continue reading
 
On Crafting Stories and Breaking Myths: A Deep Dive into Writing Welcome to Season Four of Talking Book Publishing, hosted by Kathleen and Adanna. In this episode, they are joined by the renowned best-selling author and creator of the Red Sneaker Writing series, William Bernhardt. The conversation delves into the significance of story structure and…
  continue reading
 
Our cohost Jemma Issroff joined me to talk about my tenure as host so far, Jemma's work on Prism, fostering communities, building habits, how to be lucky, and we reveal our New Year's Resolutions! What are your New Years Resolutions? If you'd like to share them, send an email to comments@therubyonrailspodcast.com. You can send text or record a shor…
  continue reading
 
I joined Julie and Andrew from Ruby For All to talk about Test Driven Development, attending conferences, and using TDD as a thinking tool.. This episode was recorded at RubyConf in San Diego. Show Notes [Ruby For All] - https://www.rubyforall.com/ Sponsors Honeybadger As an Engineering Manager or an engineer, too much of your time gets sucked up w…
  continue reading
 
Jason interviewed Melody Wright, a housing analyst and strategist, about the housing market. Melody shared her experience in the mortgage industry and her transition into real estate technology. They discussed her pessimistic outlook on the housing market due to issues like inventory shortage, short-term rental properties, and ‘shadow leverage’. Me…
  continue reading
 
On the Horizon: Exploring the Evolving Publishing Landscape Dive into the dynamic world of Talking Book Publishing with hosts Kathleen Kaiser and Adanna Moriarty, joined by the charismatic small publisher Jay Hartman in our last episode of 2023. Jay shares his love for books, the challenges traditional bookstores face, and the evolving industry lan…
  continue reading
 
Jason Welcomes Kerry Lutz of https://www.financialsurvivalnetwork.com/ They briefly talk about Jason's 4 year legal battle to clear his name, big tech censorships, the changing landscape of CBDCs and crypto. They continue talking about the current state of the economy and the financial crisis of 2008, the recent banking debacle and how one can take…
  continue reading
 
Can you believe its been 500 Episodes? What a wild ride. It's been so much fun to take over the show and to get to be a part of this history. Our co-host Nick Schwaderer sat down with me to talk about the history of the show, what it's been like taking over, and some ideas for things we might experiment with in the future. I hope you enjoy it. Have…
  continue reading
 
Today Jason talks about “shadow demand” in the housing market. He emphasizes the impact of demographics, particularly the 25 to 34 age group, where about 16% are still living at home, representing untapped demand. With 11 million potential homebuyers in this category, Jason explores the dynamics of supply and demand, debunking predictions of a loom…
  continue reading
 
Drew Bragg is the host of Code And The Coding Coders Who Code It. We caught up to bring this special collaboration. Show Notes Code And The Coding Coders Who Code It - https://podcast.drbragg.dev/ Sponsors Honeybadger As an Engineering Manager or an engineer, too much of your time gets sucked up with downtime issues, troubleshooting, and error trac…
  continue reading
 
Jason discusses the impact of mortgage status on the US housing market and wealth distribution, highlighting the growing wealth gap and the formation of two socioeconomic classes due to approximately 40% of US homeowners not having a mortgage. He also touched on the performance of cyclical markets, particularly in luxury markets in Miami, New York,…
  continue reading
 
I joined Chris and Jason on Remote Ruby to talk about podcasting, the beauty of the Ruby language, Ruby outside of Rails, and why you should probably be using a state machine. It was so fun getting to talk with them and I hope you enjoy this conversation. And, be sure to subscribe to Remote Ruby! Show Notes Remote Ruby - https://www.remoteruby.com/…
  continue reading
 
Today Jason welcomes Sara, one of his investment counselors to the show as they cover several financial and real estate topics. They address challenges faced by self-employed individuals in obtaining mortgages due to low reported income and offer insights into strategies like inflation-induced debt destruction. They also touch on interest rates, re…
  continue reading
 
Rachel is a core contributor to The Odin Project, an open source education project that helps people learn Ruby and Javascript. She joined me on the show to talk about the project, how she became involved, and her role with the team. Show Notes The Odin Project - https://www.theodinproject.com/ Rachel's Github - https://github.com/rlmoser99 Sponsor…
  continue reading
 
I attended Ruby Conf and took the opportunity to chat with some attendees about their experience at the conference. This was a super fun experiment and getting to hear from new voices in the community was such a treat. I hope you enjoy it! Sponsors Honeybadger As an Engineering Manager or an engineer, too much of your time gets sucked up with downt…
  continue reading
 
Jason joins Robert Helms and Russell Gray of The Real Estate Guys as they discuss the investment opportunities in single family housing in the real estate market, highlighting its flexibility, universality, and government backing. Jason suggested that investors should follow the US government’s business plan, and emphasized the resilience of the re…
  continue reading
 
On Navigating the Publishing World Discover what sets Wendelin Van Draanen apart on this episode of Talking Book Publishing. We sit down with the accomplished YA Author as she shares her incredible journey of publishing more than thirty books and offers invaluable insights. The conversation delves into crafting captivating narratives and navigating…
  continue reading
 
Marc has been building software for more than two decades, with a particular focus on the medical industry. He’s currently working with Doximity to create tools that make doctors’ lives easier. As an Engineering Manager, one of his primary focuses over the last couple years has been to figure out how to reduce unnecessary code coupling and make the…
  continue reading
 
Nick was at Rails World earlier this month and took the chance to chat with Rafael França about his work on the Rails Core team and releasing a new version of Rails. Sponsored By: Buzzsprout If you are looking to start a podcast, there's never been a better time. Especially in the Ruby world. If you wanna join that world, use Buzzsprout. They provi…
  continue reading
 
Jason discusses the national debt, unfunded liabilities, and the practicality of a gold standard. He also explores the idea of a balanced budget amendment and its potential impact on the economy. While acknowledging the inflationary effects of debt, he believes the U.S. will continue to kick the can down the road for years. Additionally, Jason emph…
  continue reading
 
Nick was at Rails World earlier this month and took the chance to chat with Andrew Mason about podcasting, engaging with the Ruby community, how interest rates impact the tech industry, Turbo , and some of the new things announced at Rails World. Sponsored By: Buzzsprout If you are looking to start a podcast, there's never been a better time. Espec…
  continue reading
 
On Unleashing the AI Revolution in Book Promotion and Transforming Your Success Discover the exciting realm of AI in book promotion as Kathleen and Adanna take you on a captivating journey. Uncover an AI's ability to create fictional legal cases that sparked court controversy and see how it spices up content with adjectives, adverbs, and emojis. Th…
  continue reading
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide