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The Ruby Blend is a new Ruby focused podcast bringing you panel discussions, guest interviews, and much more to keep you up to date on what’s happening in the Ruby development community mixed with sprinkles from other developer communities. Part of the CodeFund Podcast Network
 
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Sponsored By: Show Notes [00:01:11] Ari tells us what nextTick is and Tessa tells us about the differences between local and global versions. [00:03:43] Ari and Tessa tell us scenarios they’ve run into as far as needing nextTick. [00:08:26] Ben is curious about “chaining” in nextTick. Tessa explains this and she also mentions her talk she did at Vu…
 
Sponsored By: Show Notes [00:01:32] Tessa heard in the Vue world, the pattern that you want to follow is props down events up, but a lot of pieces are a bit vague when it comes to abstractions. Tessa wants to learn more about the specific mechanics behind the approach versus something else like passing callbacks? Chris gives his thoughts on this. […
 
Sponsored By: Show Notes [00:01:08] Evan tells us what’s the deal with Vite. [00:08:01] Evan explains Hot Module Replacement from a practical standpoint. He tells us there are a few different ways to handle it. [00:10:08] Tessa mentions reading a piece Evan wrote in Increment Magazine about the way Vue 3 re-renders things. She was wondering if work…
 
The Ruby Blend - Episode 17 Welcome to The Ruby Blend! On today's episode, we have special guest, Brittany Martin, who is Lead Web Developer for the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, where she is part of a team that develops the non-profits ticketing and festival web application and is also the host of the Ruby on Rails Podcast on the 5 by 5 Network. Brit…
 
Sponsored By: Show Notes [00:00:47] The live questions have started on Slack Chat, and the first question asked is what are your impressions of Vite and Vite Press? [00:01:49] Since Nuxt and the content module is stable, what kind of markdown editor do you suggest? [00:02:37] Speaking of projects, what projects do you think are best for Gridsome an…
 
Welcome to The Ruby Blend! On today’s episode, we have special guest, Nick Haskins, who works as a full-time solo Dev for CG Cookie and a year later he launched Blender Market. Both sites were started on WordPress but eventually outgrew the platform. Without any prior experience with Ruby on Rails, he built both apps from scratch and spent the next…
 
Sponsored By: Show Notes [00:01:23] We start off by talking about everyone’s general podcast experiences and what kind of podcasts everyone was listening to before they were on their own podcast. Also, what inspired them to create their own podcasts and what were their goals? [00:15:59] The panelists talk about how the podcast has evolved over the …
 
Sponsored By: Show Notes [00:00:52] Tessa tells us how she got into development. She has an incredible story that started with her seeing a Facebook ad that she thought was a scam, but was it? [00:5:47] Ben is curious to know Tessa’s experience during the coding bootcamp and how it was being in a women’s only coding bootcamp. Ari tells us about her…
 
Sponsored By: Show Notes [00:01:28] David explains about XState and the concept of State machines. [00:02:42] In a lot of his talks, David references a paper from 1987, so Tessa wonders how David got into State machines and Statecharts. [00:06:01] Sarah ask David how does it feel to be at the root of this pattern rediscovery in the front-end world …
 
Hello and welcome to The Ruby Blend! Today's episode is all about testing! We have special guest, Jason Swett, who is the host of, "Rails with Jason Podcast" and author of, "Rails Testing For Beginners." If you've had very little or no testing experience, don't be afraid to listen to this episode, because Jason will start with a gentle testing intr…
 
Hello and welcome to The Ruby Blend! In this episode, the guys talk about new and exciting things they've been working on. Nate starts out by talking about how he paired up with Jason Charnes of Podia and Remote Ruby, working on some great things on Stimulus Reflex. Andrew discusses a cool project to check out called BridgetownRB. Also, Andrew talk…
 
Panelists Andrew Mason Nate Hopkins Ron Cooke Guests None this week. Sponsor Linode Show Notes [00:02:15] Ron talks about the importance of architecture, the way we architect our apps, since he started working at Kin, a home insurance company. He asks the guys what they think about architecture in that sense? [00:05:25] Andrew brings up single resp…
 
Sponsored By: Show Notes [00:00:49] Debbie tells us what her first framework was and if it wasn’t in Vue, how she got into the Vue ecosystem. [00:1:20] Debbie fills us in about Nuxt. She also explains automatic wrap creation and what it does for someone who’s never done Nuxt and how is it different than normal Vue applications. [00:02:55] Ari asks …
 
Panelists Andrew Mason Nate Hopkins Guests Julian Rubisch Sponsor Linode Show Notes [00:00:38] Julian tells us all about himself and his background. He also tells us how long he's been programming professionally and with Ruby on Rails. [00:04:24] Nate is wondering what Julian's observation is about the relationship between music and programming or …
 
Sponsored By: Show Notes [00:01:00] Jack fills us in on what his first front-end framework was and how he got into the Vue community. [00:2:48] Jack tells us the reasons why Vue was the best choice and Ben chimes in as well to tell us. [00:06:20] Tessa wonders with a team that is so design heavy, did Jack find the designers were also empowered to m…
 
Panelists Andrew Mason Nate Hopkins Guests Eric Berry Sponsor Linode Show Notes [00:01:12] Eric tells us the story of how he found the inspiration for CodeFund as a company. [00:09:24] Nate asks Eric what kind of resistance he had at the beginning from the developers that he was pitching his ideas to, and he explains. [00:12:35] If Eric condensed C…
 
Sponsored By: Show Notes [00:01:27] Ben jumps in right away and asks Amir when it comes to front end frameworks what was his first one and how did he come to join the Vue community? [00:03:46] Amir talks about how he’s heading up developer experience. He announces Ben is on the team now! YAY BEN! ☺ [00:05:07] Tessa wonders when Amir is going around…
 
Panelists Andrew Mason Nate Hopkins Ron Cooke Guests None Sponsor Linode Show Notes [00:00:41] Andrew announces that Ruby 2.4 is no longer supported so get off of it and upgrade! [00:02:32] Ron had some fun DevOps to share about with Digital Ocean, which actually weren't that fun, and you'll find out why. [00:10:30] Nate takes the conversation into…
 
Sponsored By: Show Notes [00:01:00] Ari jumps in right away asking Oscar how he got into doing compilers. He mentions the programming language him and his buddy created called, “Grain.” [00:02:03] Oscar works at Tidelift so he explains what kind of interesting work they do with the Open Source Community. [00:04:21] At VueConf, Oscar gave an awesome…
 
Sponsored By: Show Notes [00:01:00] Chris gets right into business and explains what Vue Devtools are. [00:05:51] Ben explains the “EventBus” in Devtools and what kinds of events it tracks. [00:06:47] Ari talks about the “Vuex tabs” since that’s the tab she spends the most time in. There are two panels that she explains about. [00:12:07] Chris blow…
 
Panelists Andrew Mason Guest Panelists Chris Oliver Sponsor Linode Show Notes [00:02:13] Joel starts off by saying it's an exciting time for the project with all the changes going on and he discusses some of these changes. He also talks about why View Component is not going to be in Rails 6.1 and is that a good thing or bad thing? [00:07:32] Joel t…
 
Sponsored By: Show Notes About our guest: Eduardo San Martin Morote Twitter @posva Website Github [00:01:07] Chris asks Eduardo to talk about are some recent changes with Vue Router in the last six months or a year with that may be really interesting to people. [00:04:08] Chris wants to know for the premise-based navigation if you’re going to use a…
 
Sponsored By: Show Notes [00:02:37] Sarah was on the docket to speak at VueConfUS. Since it got cancelled, she shares those of us Stateside all about testing in Vue and why TDD is great. [00:05:25] Ari asks Sarah about what a contract in a component and what it means. Sarah breaks this down with a very simple example, a button. [00:09:50] Ben gets …
 
Summary Nate, Ron, and Andrew stay quarantined along with the rest of the nation. Ron is happy he has snacks, so he's good! In this episode, the guys talk about Gatsby, Frontend JavaScript, Static Site Generation, and testing frameworks. Also, find out why Ron and Andrew affectionately refer to Nate as "Grandpa". Panelists Andrew Mason Nate Hopkins…
 
Shownotes [00:03:38] Maria explains the resources that people should know about, tools, and techniques in the accessibility space. [00:08:55] Color issues are touched on with accessibility tools and how to deal with it. An app called, “Color Oracle,” is brought up to help for the color impaired. [00:12:44] Chris mentions a utility that is very usef…
 
Get started with Vue Test Utils Guest information Lachlan Miller Twitter @Lachlan19900 Github [Blog/Website](vuejs-course.com/) Book about Vue testing Picks: Talks from Vue Amsterdam, Vue 3 source code, the movie "Parasite". Name: Jessica Sachs Twitter @_JessicaSachs Github Website: https://jessicasachs.io [00:00:49] Jessica and Lachlan give a brie…
 
Panelists Andrew Mason Nate Hopkins Guest Chris Oliver Show Notes [00:01:37] Chris talks about how he discovered Ruby and began developing with it. It started with him wanting to build websites. [00:05:05] Active resource is mentioned and what it did. [00:08:12] Chris talks about IRC Bots that worked, and he also expands on his goal to teach himsel…
 
The theme of this episode is EDUCATION. We have special guest, Hope Wilder, the Founder of Pathfinder Community School, which is a self-directed learning community for ages 5-14, located in Durham, North Carolina. They focus on self-directed education and applying principles with children. Remember these catchphrases: Is it good enough for now? Is …
 
Panelists Ron Cooke Andrew Mason Guest None this week Show Notes [00:00:42] The guys discuss what they know about view component which is a component type library that GitHub was working on which was upstreamed into Rails and released with Rails 6.1. [00:01:18] Andrew mentions Joel Hawksley gave a talk at RailsConf last year about taking action of …
 
Sponsored By: Panelists Ron Cooke Nate Hopkins Andrew Mason Guest None this week Show Notes [01:32:15] Nate brings up Basecamp 3 and the new Hey! Menu, an email client competitor. Nate REALLY hopes it can replace Slack for him as he is tired of the constant notifications which mess with his workflow. [05:08:28] Ever curious Andrew has pulled the so…
 
This episode features a new guest Marina Mosti, author of the book "Build Forms with Vue.js." We get the opportunity to chat about forms in Vue, her writing process and her journey as a developer and educator. [00:01:25] Marina discusses how she started using Vue and how she started coding using PHP, which led her to Laravel, a free open source PHP…
 
Sponsored By: Panelists Ron Cooke Nate Hopkins Andrew Mason Guest None this week Show Notes [00:46:14] In this episode, Ron talks about “blending” with Python as he updates services to Python 3. Also, he talks about what he’s bumping into as they go from 2.7 to 3 which included having to add parentheses to things like print statements, inequalities…
 
One of the things we love most as developers are our tools! In this episode, we talk about some of our favorite productivity tools, debate the merits of different keyboard layouts, how we work as developers and more. And yes, we even tackle the infamous tabs vs spaces debate. [00:00:40] The panel goes over their developer tool stack. First up…brows…
 
Sponsored By: Enjoy the Vue – Episode 4 In this episode of Enjoy the Vue we sit down with Divya Sasidharan. Divya will be the Master of Ceremonies at Vue.js in Amsterdam, and just weeks after she is hosting a workshop on “Vue State Management with Vuex” at VueConfUS in Austin. Divya is currently a Developer Advocate at Netlify. She believes that th…
 
Sponsored By: Panelists Ari Clark Chris Fritz Ben Hong Elizabeth Fine Show Notes Enjoy the Vue Episode 3 - VV Day, DevRel & More with Jen Looper Thanks so much to Jen Looper for being our guest today! You can find her at: Twitter: @jenlooper Github: jlooper Website: [jenlooper.com](jenlooper.com) Other helpful links: Vue Vixens Website: https://www…
 
Sponsored By: Panelists Ben Hong Chris Fritz Elizabeth Fine Show Notes In this week's episode, we talk about a critical developer tool that is often essential to many Vue applications: Vue CLI. In addition to covering what makes it so great, the panel discusses their favorite parts of the tool along with tips and tricks for making sure you get the …
 
Sponsored By: Panelists Chris Fritz Elizabeth Fine Ari Clark Ben Hong Show Notes We are really excited to welcome you to our new podcast - Enjoy the Vue! This podcast is all about Vue.js. We are going to bring you panel and guest discussions involving the Vue and tech communities every week. In this episode, we introduce our panel: Chris Fritz, Ben…
 
Sponsored By: Panelists Ron Cooke Nate Hopkins Andrew Mason Guest None this week Show Notes [00:00:00] In this episode, we’ll be digging deeper into the Ruby trends, how the Ruby conference went down, and how our panelists got into programming. Ruby is a dynamic, open-source programming language with a focus on simplicity and productivity. The Ruby…
 
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