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Best Nadia Odunayo & Saron Yitbarek podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Nadia Odunayo & Saron Yitbarek podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Where we discuss an hour of a Ruby book each week
 
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In which Nadia and Saron wrap up the Ruby Book Club podcast! Hear why the show has come to an end, what Nadia and Saron have learnt over the last 2 years, and what they're planning to read next. Links Ruby Book Club Twitter Nadia Odunayo Twitter Saron Yitbarek TwitterBy Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron finish Chapter 8. They discuss the proc object, changing local variables after lambda has already been called, and calling lambda more than once in the same scope.By Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron continue with Chapter 8. They look at lambdas and procs, including treating functions as first-class citizens, stack vs. heap memory, and how Ruby saves a string value.By Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron start Chapter 8. They discuss blocks! We learn about closures and which is faster: a 'while' loop or passing a block to 'each'.By Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron finish Chapter 7! They discuss how Ruby implements hash functions and hash optimisation in Ruby 2.0.By Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron start Chapter 7. They talk about hash tables, including how we save and retrieve values from them, hash collisions, and rehashing.By Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron discuss constant lookup and finish off Chapter 6.By Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron discuss Module#prepend and dive deeper into how modules and submodules behave.By Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron discuss the global and inline method caches, including modules into classes and one another.By Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron start Chapter 6! They discuss how Ruby implements modules and the method lookup algorithm.By Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron continue Chapter 5. They look at the RClass structure some more and look at where Ruby saves class methods. Then they review key takeaways from Chapter 5.By Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron continue Chapter 5. They look at the RClass structure, including inheritance, class instance variables vs. class variables, getting and setting class variables, and constants.By Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron continue Chapter 5, where they delve a bit deeper into the internal structure of a Ruby class, discuss generic objects, look at objects that are so simple that they don’t need a structure, the mystery of instance variables on generic objects, and how long Ruby takes to save an instance variable.…
 
Nadia and Saron finish off Chapter 4 and start Chapter 5. They look at how Ruby implements keyword arguments and start to look at the inside of a Ruby object, focusing on 'klass' and 'ivptr'.By Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron continue with Chapter 4, looking at how Ruby implements for loops internally, the send instruction, calling normal Ruby methods, and calling built-in Ruby methods.By Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron get stuck into Chapter 4. They look at how Ruby executes if statements, how Ruby jumps from one scope to another, and catch tables. Links YARV websiteBy Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron pick up where they left off in Chapter 3 and dive deeper into special variables, summarize what they've learnt in Chapter 3, and look ahead to Chapter 4. Links 'A Short Explanation of ARGV' blog postBy Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron take a break from the book to look at some helpful notes that Pat Shaughnessy put together for them based on questions they had in Episodes 7 and 8. Links Pat's Notes on questions from Episodes 7 and 8By Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron look at local and dynamic access of variables in chapter 3 of Ruby Under A Microscope.By Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron look at executing a call to a block, paying particular attention to control frame structures, how YARV instructions are constructed, and benchmarking Ruby 2.0 and 1.9 against Ruby 1.8.By Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron start Chapter 3 of Ruby Under A Microscope, which explores the step after compilation: code execution.By Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron finish off Chapter 2 of 'Ruby Under A Microscope', looking at the Local Table.By Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron interview Pat Shaughnessy, author of Ruby Under A Microscope, about writing the book, what got him interested in Ruby internals, and why Ruby is still one of his favorite languages. Links "Simple Ain't Easy, but Hard Ain't Simple: Leaving Clojure for Ruby" blog postBy Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron continue on with Chapter 2. They look at how Ruby compiles a simple script and compiling a call to a block.By Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron continue with Chapter 1 and dig into parsing. They also take a look ahead at Chapter 2, which covers compilation.By Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron continue with Chapter 1 of "Ruby Under A Microscope". They explore parsing in more detail, looking at the LALR algorithm and Ruby's grammar rules.By Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron start a brand new book, "Ruby Under A Microscope" by Pat Shaughnessy. They review the Foreword, Introduction, and start Chapter 1 which is about tokenization and parsing.By Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron finish Chapter 6 of Refactoring Ruby. They discuss Isolate Dynamic Receptor and Move Eval from Runtime to Parse Time.By Ruby Book Club
 
In this rebroadcast, Nadia and Saron interview Sandi Metz and Katrina Owen on their book 99 Bottles of OOP.By Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron continue with Chapter 6 discussing Dynamic Method Definition and Replace Dynamic Receptor with Dynamic Method Definition. Links rubylearning.com blog post on Method MissingBy Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron continue discussing Chapter 6, covering the methods Introduce Named Parameter, Remove Named Parameter, and Remove Unused Default Parameter. They also give a shoutout to Alex J. Ahraus and his Kindle-Page-Number project for the Refactoring Ruby book.By Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron discuss three more refactoring methods in Chapter 6: Replace Loop with Collection Closure Method, Extract Surrounding Method, and Introduce Class Annotation.By Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron continue with Chapter 6 and examine Remove Assignments to Parameters, Replace Method with Method Object, and Substitute Algorithm.By Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron continue Chapter 6 of Refactoring: Ruby, "Composing Methods." They discuss Replace Temp with Query, Replace Temp with Chain, Introduce Explaining Variable, and Split Temporary Variable.By Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron jump to Chapter 6 of Refactoring: Ruby, "Composing Methods." They discuss the Extract Method, the Inline Method, and Inline Temp.By Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron finish off Chapter 2 of Refactoring: Ruby. They discuss problems with refactoring, when you shouldn't refactor, and how refactoring ties into design. Links 'Refactoring Databases' bookBy Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron continue reading Chapter 2, Principles of Refactoring. They discuss the origin of refactoring, why and when you should refactor, why refactoring works, and how to broach the subject in the workplace.By Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron finish off the refactoring example in Chapter 1.By Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron begin refactoring the movie rental example in Chapter 1.By Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron start a new book — Refactoring: Ruby Edition. They discuss the Foreword, the Preface, and the first 7 pages of Chapter 1. Links Chad Fowler's Rocky Mountain Ruby 2016 TalkBy Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron discuss Creating BottleNumbers (5.5), Recognizing Liskov Violations (5.6), and the Summary (5.7).By Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron discuss Trusting The Process (5.2.5), Appreciating Immutability (5.3), and Assuming Fast Enough (5.4).By Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron discuss Extracting BottleNumber (5.2.3) and Removing Arguments (5.2.4).By Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron discuss Enumerating Flocked Method Commonalities (5.1.3), Insisting Upon Messages (5.1.4), Modeling Abstractions (5.2.1), and Naming Classes (5.2.2). Links 'Get A Whiff of This' by Sandi MetzBy Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron discuss Identifying Patterns in Code (5.1.1) and Spotting Common Qualities (5.1.2).By Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron discuss Discovering Deeper Abstractions (4.8), Depending on Abstractions (4.9), and the summary to Chapter 4 (4.10).By Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron discuss Seeking Stable Landing Points (4.5), Obeying the Liskov Substitution Principle (4.6), and Taking Bigger Steps (4.7).By Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron start Chapter 4, 'Practicing Horizontal Refactoring'. They look at 'Replacing Difference With Sameness' (4.1), 'Equivocating About Names' (4.2), 'Deriving Names From Responsibilities' (4.3), and 'Choosing Meaningful Defaults' (4.4).By Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron discuss Unearthing Concepts (3.7), and Summary (3.8).By Ruby Book Club
 
Nadia and Saron discuss 'Listening To Change' (3.1), 'Starting with the Open/Closed Principle' (3.2), 'Recognizing Code Smells' (3.3), 'Identifying the Best Point of Attack (3.4), 'Refactoring Systematically' (3.5), and 'Following the Flocking Rules' (3.6). Links 'All The Little Things' talk by Sandi Metz 'Get a Whiff of This' talk by Sandi Metz…
 
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