Code with Jason159 episodes - English - Latest episode: 3 days ago - ★★★★★ - 8 ratings
On the Code with Jason podcast I discuss technical topics with interesting people. Guests include people from companies like GitHub, Google and Stripe.
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This week, I'm joined by Dr. Arik Kershenbaum, zoologist and astrobiologist at Girton College, University of Cambridge for a fascinating discussion about alien life and what we can learn about it from life on Earth. Dr. Arik Kershenbaum at the University of Cambridge Dr. Arik Kershenbaum on Twitter The Zoologist's Guide to the Galaxy by Dr. Arik Kershenbaum
In this episode, Ufuk Kayserilioglu and I discuss the Lean Startup methodology and how it relates to the scientific method and the build, measure, learn loop, how to come up with ideas for businesses, sharpening up a business concept with the Lean Canvas, the real reasons people go to conferences, and how to measure success. The Lean Canvas AARRR Metrics for Pirates Ufuk Kayserilioglu on Twitter Ufuk Kayserilioglu on GitHub
This week, I'm joined by Nick Janetakis for a discussion about the basic concepts and terminology of Docker. Nick Janetakis.com Nick Janetakis on GitHub Nick Janetakis on Twitter Dive into Docker
In this episode I talk with my boss, Martin Lee, about how he and I started working together and what it is that we're working on.
In this episode, I'm joined by Stefanni Brasil and Thiago Araujo, the co-creators of Hexdevs. We discuss the skills that help you improve as a programmer, such as writing good Stack Overflow questions, formulating Google queries, and getting examples rather than advice from senior programmers. We also delve into the type of questions that senior programmers ask that set them apart from junior programmers. Stefanni Brasil on Twitter Thiago Araujo on Twitter Hexdevs.com Hexdevs Get to Se...
In this episode, Jason Harrison and I talk about his career as a programmer, getting started as a programmer, transitioning from freelancing to working as an employee, pricing work as a freelancer, bringing new team members up to speed, and avoiding the pitfalls of onboarding. Jason Harrison on Twitter Jason Harrison on LinkedIn Zeal Careers at Zeal Software Residency
In this episode, I talk with Aweys Ahmed about what makes an exceptional software developer, how to maximize your productivity by making small changes to your work habits, managing distractions, preserving mental capacity with to-do lists, and what we can learn from the lives of exceptional people. Aweys Ahmed on Twitter Aweys Ahmed on LinkedIn Aweys Ahmed on Dev.to How to have a productive programming day
In this episode I talk with David Heinemeier Hansson about car racing, employee/environment fit and its effect on happiness and productivity, COVID-19, cryptocurrency, the Canadian trucker protests, and the advantage of being able to change your mind in light of new information. Joined by co-host Martin Lee. (We had some audio issues during the recording of this episode. Apologies for the lower-than-normal audio quality.) DHH's blog DHH on Twitter
In this episode, Alex and I discuss the technical aspects of RubyCI as well as some of the business aspects. RubyCI Alex VKO on LinkedIn Sin City Ruby
In this episode I talk with Marissa Goldberg about rest and leisure, morning routines, self-discipline, and how managing your energy makes you a more effective, productive worker. Marissa Goldberg on Twitter Remote Work Prep Marissa Goldberg.com Marissa's Remote Work Gift Guide
In this episode, Colleen Schnettler and I discuss her entrepreneurial ventures including Simple File Upload and Hammerstone, freelancing, and our strategies and goals for content creation. Colleen Schnettler on Twitter Software Social Podcast Simple File Upload Hammerstone.dev Sin City Ruby
In this episode, Andrew Culver and I discuss the origins of Bullet Train, finding ideas for new products as a consultant, developer productivity, domain modeling, and the benefits of attending a conference like Sin City Ruby. Andrew Culver on Twitter Andrew Culver.net Bullet Train Bullet Train Blog Sin City Ruby
Jason Charnes and I discuss organizing Southeast Ruby and Sin City Ruby. Jason Charnes.com Jason Charnes on Twitter The Remote Ruby Podcast Sin City Ruby
In this episode, Kelly Sutton and I discuss Sidekiq, structuring large codebases with Packwerk, namespaces, the real purpose of private methods, and the upcoming Sin City Ruby conference. KellySutton.com Kelly Sutton on Twitter
In this week's episode, I'm joined by Ufuk Kayserilioglu for a wide-ranging conversation including Richard Feynman, Ben Franklin, philosophy, and the idea of dauntless curiosity. Ufuk Kayserilioglu on Twitter Ufuk Kayserilioglu on GitHub
In this episode I talk with Nick Schwaderer about a neat new concept we call "Anti-Stubbornness". We also talk about a bunch of other stuff. Nick Schwaderer on GitHub Schwad.GitHub.Io Nick Schwaderer on LinkedIn PastRubies.live
In this episode Joel Hawksley and I discuss ViewComponent, accessibility, and borrowing good ideas from React. ViewComponent.org Primer.style Hawksley.org Joel Hawksley at GitHub
In this episode I talk with Drew Bragg about the Sin City Ruby conference, deciding what to spend your learning time on, Drew's time at Within3, missing objects, conceptualizing technical debt, and object-oriented principles. Drew Bragg on Twitter Drew Bragg on GitHub Drew Bragg on Dev.to Drew Bragg.dev Within3 Code Complete
In this episode I'm joined by Adrian Marin for an in-depth discussion of his product Avo Admin. In addition to talking about Avo, we also talk about the Romanian language and Slavic versus Romance languages. Adrian Marin on Twitter Avo Admin
In this episode Dave Copeland and I discuss what we like about SOLID principles and what we don't. SOLID is not Solid Sustainable Rails Dave Copeland on Twitter Dave Copeland's Website
In this episode, Benjamin and I talk about transitioning from being an independent freelancer to running an agency, plus the challenges involved in hiring programmers. We also talk about recording music. Benjamin Wood on Twitter Benjamin Wood on GitHub Hint.io Careers at Hint.io
In this episode with Anurag Goel, CEO of Render, I probe Anurag to try to find out how he became employee #8 at Stripe and how he managed to successfully start a PaaS/hosting startup. Anurag Goel on Twitter Render Career opportunities at Render
In this episode, Tom Rossi and I talk about what types of challenges one might encounter when scaling a Rails application. We also talk about podcasting. Tom Rossi on Twitter Higher Pixels Buzzsprout
In this episode, Josef Strzibny and I talk about his book, Deployment from Scratch, and, naturally, deploying and running web applications. Deployment from Scratch nts.strzibny.name Josef Strzibny on Twitter
In this episode, Josef Strzibney and I talk about his book, Deployment from Scratch, and, naturally, deploying and running web applications. Deployment from Scratch nts.strzibney.name Josef Strzibney on Twitter
This multi-podcast crossover episode was recorded live at RubyConf 2021 in Denver. In this episode you'll hear Jemma Issroff, Emily Giurleo, Nick Schwaderer, Jason Charnes, Andrew Mason and Jason Swett.
In this episode, Damir and I take a deep dive on API design. Damir.Svrtan.me Damir Svrtan on Twitter Damir Svrtan on GitHub
In this episode I tell Nick Schwaderer about some soup I ate. We touch on ingredients, spice level, utensils and consumption logistics. Links: Saigon Bowl
In this episode, Jono Stiansen and I discuss the philosophy of science as it applies to programming, debugging methodology, and functional programming. Jono Stiansen on Twitter The Three Virtues of a Great Programmer Gilded Rose Refactoring Kata An Introduction to Pattern Matching in Ruby Elixir's pin operator The Hangman Challenge
In this episode, Dana Kashubeck and I discuss working in a rapidly growing environment, deciding when to refactor, the benefits of organizational knowledge, and how to effectively share knowledge as opposed to simply giving answers. Within 3 Working Effectively with Legacy Code by Michael Feathers
In this special episode of Code with Jason, recorded live in Denver at RubyConf 2021, I ask Joel Hawksley what he's drinking and he tells me.
In this episode, Reuven Lerner and I discuss what it looks like to work as a trainer, how to get into training, and what kinds of training work are available to developers. Lerner.co.il Reuven Lerner on Twitter Reuven Lerner on YouTube
In this episode, Mauro Chojrin and I discuss the Symfony PHP framework, Wordpress, and we also share a couple cautionary freelancing tales. Leeway Academy Mauro Chojrin on Twitter Mauro Chojrin on LinkedIn Mauro Chojrin on YouTube Mauro Chojrin on GitHub
In this episode, Stefanni Brasil and I discuss how perceptual learning can be used to improve programming education. Hexdevs Stefannibrasil.me Stefanni Brasil on Twitter 30x500
In this episode, Jared White and I discuss single-page applications, service objects, POROs, and the various techniques Jared and I use to organize large Rails apps. Bridgetownrb.com Bridgetown on Twitter Whitefusion.studio Jared White on Twitter
In this episode, John Nunemaker and I discuss what it's like to work at GitHub for seven years, and how Microsoft's acquisition of GitHub impacted John's job and career. John Nunemaker.com John Nunemaker on Twitter John Nunemaker on GitHub John Nunemaker on Instagram
In this episode, Matthew Bellantoni and I discuss useful definitions of good and bad code, problems in modeling and communicating reality, how to find clients as a freelancer, and the job market for junior and senior coders. Matthew Bellantoni on Twitter Matthew Bellantoni.com RailsGigs
In this episode, Collin Donnell and I discus regional cuisine, philosophy reading recommendations, the strengths of various programming languages, and whether we have anything to fear from AI. Collin Donnell on Twitter Key and Nib Collin Donnell's website The Wisdom of Insecurity How to Win Friends and Influence People
In this episode, Nick Janetakis and I discuss freelancing, Dockerizing for development versus Dockerizing for production, and Kubernetes. Nick Janetakis's website My interview on Nick's podcast
Riaz Virani joins me for a discussion that covers strategies for project management, the realities of freelancing, declarative versus imperative programming, and productive disagreements. Riaz Virani's website
In this episode, Peter Cooper and I discuss the publishing of Ruby Weekly and the benefits of podcasting and blogging. We also talk about cars and the Smashing Pumpkins. Ruby Weekly Peter Cooper on Twitter
In this episode I talk with Ken Collins, Principal Engineer at Custom Ink, about Dockerizing development environments, Dockerizing production environments, and hosting containerized applications with Kubernetes and AWS Lambda. Ken Collins on Twitter Lamby.custominktech.com The Case for Rails on Lambda Lamby on Github
This is a "mega" episode featuring guests from The Bike Shed, Remote Ruby, The Ruby on Rails Podcast, and this podcast, Rails with Jason.
In this episode Lee McAlilly and I discuss how to decide where to put your code, the benefits of good naming conventions, and how testing can help you figure out what to do and how to do it. McAlilly.com Lee McAlilly on Twitter Chris Oliver at GoRails Original Fuzz Guitar Straps
In this episode, Josh Thompson and I discuss iterative teaching and the curse of knowledge, managing frustration by managing your expectations, metrics for evaluating a dev team, and lessons learned from attempting to maximize income as a freelancer. A Twitter thread about frustration Josh's Twitter thread that lead to 3 customers at $1k each Million Dollar Consulting by Alan Weiss Developer Hegemony: The Future of Labor by Erik Dietrich Josh Thompson on Twitter Josh.works Intermediat...
On this episode I'm joined by Chris LaBarge who works with me at Meadows Healthcare. Chris and I discuss testing in general as well as using TDD to lower the cognitive burden of coding. Ruby on Rails Slack ChrisLaBarge.com Jason's email address
In this episode, Nick Agliano and I discuss finding your first programming job, infrastructure, and AWS. Nick Agliano's website Nick Agliano on Twitter
In this episode, Aweys Ahmed and I discuss life as a junior developer, leveling up your skill set, and how to market yourself as a job candidate. Aweys Ahmed on Twitter Aweys Ahmed on LinkedIn Aweys Ahmed on Dev.to Refactoring by Martin Fowler Clean Code by Robert Martin Practical Object-Oriented Design in Ruby by Sandy Metz Domain-Driven Design by Eric Evans Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture by Martin Fowler