The Bike Shed

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Episodes: 411

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On The Bike Shed, hosts Joël Quenneville and Stephanie Minn discuss development experiences and challenges at thoughtbot with Ruby, Rails, JavaScript, and whatever else is drawing their attention, admiration, or ire this week.

Episode Date
411: Celebrating and Recapping 2023!
Dec 19, 2023
410: All About Documentation
Dec 12, 2023
409: Support & Maintenance and Rotating Developers
Dec 05, 2023
408: Work Device Management
Nov 28, 2023
407: Tech Opinions Online with Edward Loveall
Nov 21, 2023
406: Working Solo
Nov 14, 2023
405: Retro: Sandi Metz Rules
Nov 07, 2023
404: Estimation
Oct 17, 2023
403: Productivity Tricks
Sep 26, 2023
402: Musings on Mentorship
Sep 19, 2023
401: Making the Right Thing Easy
Sep 12, 2023
400: How To Search
Sep 05, 2023
399: Scaling Code Ownership and Accountability
Aug 29, 2023
398: Developing Heuristics For Writing Software
Aug 22, 2023
397: Dependency Graphs
Aug 15, 2023
396: Build vs. Buy
Aug 08, 2023
395: Human Connection in a Virtual (Work) World
Aug 01, 2023
394: Submitting a Conference Talk Proposal from Start to Finish
Jul 25, 2023
393: Is REST the Best? APIs and Domain Modeling
Jul 18, 2023
392: Managing Changing Business Requirements
Jul 11, 2023
391: Learn with APPL
Jul 05, 2023
390: The Truth about Truthiness
Jun 27, 2023
389: Review Season
Jun 20, 2023
388: Empowering Other Departments Within a Company
Jun 13, 2023
387: RubyKaigi 2023 with Mina Slater
Jun 06, 2023
386: Value Objects Revisited: The `Tally` Edition
May 31, 2023
385: The Boring Parts of Tech
May 23, 2023
384: Not All Numbers Are Numbers
May 16, 2023
383: Code as Storytelling with Nicole Zhu
May 09, 2023
382: Domain-Specific Languages
May 02, 2023
381: To TDD or Not to TDD?
Apr 25, 2023
380: Remote Work Life
Apr 18, 2023
379: Feature Flags
Apr 11, 2023
378: Leadership and Impact as an Individual Contributor
Apr 04, 2023
377: Error Handling
Mar 28, 2023
376: Success and Fulfillment
Mar 21, 2023
375: Deleting Code
Mar 14, 2023
374: Discrete Math
Mar 07, 2023
373: Empathy, Community and Gender Bias in Tech with Andrea Goulet
Feb 28, 2023
372: Onboarding (Well!) Onto a Project
Feb 21, 2023
371: The "Fundamentals"
Feb 14, 2023
370: Creative Expression in Software Development
Feb 07, 2023
369: Most Impactful Articles of 2022
Jan 31, 2023
368: Sustainable Web Development
Jan 24, 2023
367: Value Objects
Jan 17, 2023
366: Componentization and Branching Strategies
Jan 10, 2023
365: Career Progression
Dec 13, 2022
364: Constructive vs Predicative Data
Dec 06, 2022
363: Deployments
Nov 22, 2022
362: Prioritizing Learning
Nov 15, 2022
361: Working Incrementally
Nov 08, 2022
360: ActiveRecord Models
Nov 01, 2022
359: Serializers
Oct 25, 2022
358: Class Methods
Oct 18, 2022
357: Notetaking For Developers
Oct 11, 2022
356: The Value of Specialized Vocabulary
Sep 27, 2022
355: Test Performance
Sep 20, 2022
354: The History of Computing
Sep 13, 2022
353: Mental Models
Sep 06, 2022
352: Case Expressions
Aug 30, 2022
351: Learning in Public
Aug 23, 2022
350: 21 Bell Salute
Aug 16, 2022
349: Unpopular Opinions
Aug 09, 2022
348: Breaking News
Aug 02, 2022
347: Tracking Velocity
Jul 26, 2022
346: Occasional Biscuits
Jul 19, 2022
345: Fire Drill
Jul 12, 2022
344: Spinner Armageddon
Jun 28, 2022
343: Opt-In To Oversharing
Jun 21, 2022
342: Sky Icing
Jun 14, 2022
341: Fundamentals and Weird Stuff
Jun 07, 2022
340: Solving People Problems with Rob Whittaker
May 31, 2022
339: What About Pictures?
May 24, 2022
338: Meticulously Wrong
May 17, 2022
337: Oh, Henry
May 10, 2022
336: Million Dollar Password
May 03, 2022
335: Start Messy
Apr 26, 2022
334: Name That Bike
Apr 19, 2022
333: Tapas
Apr 12, 2022
332: Ludicrous Speed
Apr 05, 2022
331: Git Down
Mar 22, 2022
330: Bikeshed Baby
Mar 15, 2022
329: Fire Mode
Mar 08, 2022
328: Terrible Simplicity
Mar 01, 2022
327: Estimate Crafting
Feb 22, 2022
326: Dongle Life
Feb 15, 2022
325: Pranting
Feb 08, 2022
324: Coding Time!
Feb 01, 2022
323: Doing Things
Jan 25, 2022
322: Toxic Traits
Jan 18, 2022
321: Leaving Breadcrumbs
Jan 11, 2022
320: Remember The Fun: 2021 Recap
Dec 21, 2021
319: Wins & Losses
Dec 14, 2021
318: Successful Skills with Edward Loveall
Dec 07, 2021
317: Burn The Ships!
Nov 30, 2021
316: Constrain and Refactor
Nov 16, 2021
315: Emotions Are A Pendulum
Nov 09, 2021
314: Communication, Testing, and Accountability
Oct 26, 2021
313: Forty-Seven Percent
Oct 19, 2021
312: Spooky Stories
Oct 12, 2021
311: Marketing Matters
Oct 05, 2021
310: Schedule Shut Down, Complete
Sep 28, 2021
309: Naming the Change
Sep 21, 2021
308: That’s Picante
Sep 14, 2021
307: Walking Contradictions
Sep 07, 2021
306: If You Want To Go Far, Go Together
Aug 31, 2021
305: Burnout & Bugs
Aug 17, 2021
304: MEGA Crossover Episode (The Bike Shed x Rails with Jason x Remote Ruby x Ruby on Rails Podcast)
Aug 11, 2021
303: Dear Mr. Grumpy Goose
Aug 03, 2021
302: Observability with Charity Majors
Jul 27, 2021
301: Ants in the Cookie Store
Jul 20, 2021
300: Mozzarella Sticks & Knowledge Silos
Jul 13, 2021
299: Is Agile Over?
Jul 06, 2021
298: Jawsification
Jun 29, 2021
297: We’re Making A Pixar Movie!
Jun 22, 2021
296: Speedy Performance with Nate Berkopec
Jun 15, 2021
295: To the Left, to the Left
Jun 07, 2021
294: Perfect Duplication
May 25, 2021
293: Sportstaphors
May 18, 2021
292: Debugging with Joël Quenneville
May 11, 2021
291: All Things Inertia.js with Jonathan Reinink
May 04, 2021
290: Can You See My Secrets?
Apr 27, 2021
289: Have You Ever Ridden a Horse?
Apr 20, 2021
288: 10x Puppy
Apr 13, 2021
287: Turn it up to Eleven
Mar 30, 2021
286: Time After Time
Mar 23, 2021
285: Tell a Cohesive, Testable Story
Mar 16, 2021
284: Lovely, Wonderful Spam
Mar 09, 2021
283: Who's The User?
Mar 02, 2021
282: What is Normal?
Feb 23, 2021
281: Finding That Middle Ground
Feb 16, 2021
280: Stable New New
Feb 09, 2021
279: Seeking Calm
Feb 02, 2021
278: Beliefs in the Firmware
Jan 26, 2021
277: Making Communication Easier
Jan 19, 2021
276: Ride-Along Files
Jan 12, 2021
275: In Search of An Acronym
Jan 05, 2021
274: Top 10 Review for 2020
Dec 29, 2020
273: Revisiting 2019, A Top 10 Review
Dec 22, 2020
272: Hacking the Gibson
Dec 15, 2020
271: Is That Your Final Answer?
Dec 08, 2020
270: Both Nothing and Deeply Special
Dec 01, 2020
269: Things are Knowable (Gary Bernhardt)
Nov 17, 2020
268: Getting Your First-Through-N Jobs
Nov 10, 2020
267: Shiny New Things
Nov 03, 2020
266: Spring is My Least Favorite Season
Oct 27, 2020
265: There Are No Free Lunches
Oct 20, 2020
264: How to Win Friends and Influence Processes
Oct 13, 2020
263: Keeping The Night Brain At Bay (Dave Rupert)
Oct 06, 2020
262: Good Idea, Terrible Idea?
Sep 29, 2020
261: A Jenga Tower of Lets and Context
Sep 22, 2020
260: N+1s For Days
Sep 15, 2020
259: That's Not How Numbers Work
Sep 08, 2020
258: Digital Gardeners
Sep 01, 2020
257: How Late On a Friday Can You Deploy?
Aug 18, 2020
256: Rational Pessimism
Aug 11, 2020
255: Aiming for 'Capable'
Aug 04, 2020
254: Listener Mailbag Roundup Rodeo
Jul 28, 2020
253: Find Yourself Through The Art of Podcast
Jul 21, 2020
252: I'm a Designer Now
Jul 14, 2020
251: Absent-Minded Whistling
Jul 07, 2020
250: To Infinity and Beyond
Jun 30, 2020
249: What Would You Say You Do Here?
Jun 23, 2020
248: Here Be Dragons
Jun 16, 2020
247: Acronyms By Moonlight
Jun 09, 2020
246: A True Movement (Pariss Athena)
Jun 02, 2020
245: Developer Therapy (German Velasco)
May 27, 2020
244: Existential JavaScript
May 19, 2020
243: I'm Not a Couch Worker
May 12, 2020
242: As Few Consonants as Possible
May 05, 2020
241: What If We Just Put a Phone Number?
Apr 28, 2020
240: A Framework in Motion Tends to Stay in Motion
Apr 21, 2020
239: Admins All the Way Down
Apr 07, 2020
238: All the Single Quotes
Mar 31, 2020
237: I Love The Squiggles
Mar 17, 2020
236: What's GNU With You?
Mar 10, 2020
235: Take a Deep Breath
Mar 03, 2020
234: No More Weird Stuff
Feb 25, 2020
233: Software Development in Ancient Rome (Joël Quenneville)
Feb 18, 2020
232: I'm Not Allowed to Play With Other Shells
Feb 11, 2020
231: Fun and Useful
Feb 04, 2020
230: The Broken Road
Jan 28, 2020
229: Nothing but Positive Fire
Jan 21, 2020
228: Friends and Food (George Brocklehurst)
Jan 14, 2020
227: Hacks and Cheats
Jan 07, 2020
226: Bespoke Nonsense
Dec 31, 2019
225: Pepper in Some Security
Dec 10, 2019
224: The One Manhattan Rule
Dec 03, 2019
223: Terrible and Easy
Nov 26, 2019
222: That Eureka Moment
Nov 12, 2019
221: An Informed Opinion
Nov 05, 2019
220: Adequately Fun
Oct 29, 2019
219: Seeking That Middle Option
Oct 22, 2019
218: Finesse in Quitting (Brittany Martin)
Oct 15, 2019
217: A Vote For Reasonableness
Oct 08, 2019
216: I'm Not the Best Criminal
Oct 01, 2019
215: Start With People
Sep 24, 2019
214: Have You Tried Refreshing the Page?
Sep 17, 2019
213: Admins Matter Too
Sep 10, 2019
212: Award Winning Sheds
Sep 04, 2019
211: I'm Not a Lawyer, But...
Aug 27, 2019
210: Stop Trying to Make Fetch Happen
Aug 20, 2019
209: We Will Never Know Enough (Michael Chan)
Aug 13, 2019
208: Goldilocks and the Three Monitors
Aug 06, 2019
207: Very-Bad, Or Just Normal-Bad?
Jul 30, 2019
206: No-One Wants to be the Canary
Jul 23, 2019
205: Won't Somebody Think of The Jokes (Aaron Patterson)
Jul 09, 2019
204: I Don't Like Rest
Jul 02, 2019
203: A Blessed Monkeypatch (Eileen M. Uchitelle)
Jun 25, 2019
202: I Left it All on The Dance Floor
Jun 18, 2019
201: Artisanally Indented Code (Kevin Deisz)
Jun 11, 2019
200: FOMO for Hallway Track (200th Episode!)
May 29, 2019
199: Pave That Path
May 21, 2019
198: In Terms of Tradeoffs (Glenn Vanderburg)
May 14, 2019
197: Don't Go Chasing Waterfalls
May 07, 2019
196: I Can Be Wrong on the Internet
Apr 30, 2019
195: WebAssembly & WASI (Lin Clark & Till Schneidereit)
Apr 19, 2019
194: My PGP Shame
Apr 12, 2019
193: A Thing I Know Almost Nothing About
Apr 05, 2019
192: I Don't Want to Think That Hard
Mar 29, 2019
191: Open Source is Created By Humans (Devon Zuegel)
Mar 22, 2019
190: Going Steady With a Platform
Mar 15, 2019
189: It's Gonna Work, Definitely, No Problems Whatsoever
Mar 01, 2019
188: A Function by Any Other Name
Feb 22, 2019
187: Convincing People Not to Build Software
Feb 15, 2019
186: Let's Duplicate Stuff
Feb 01, 2019
185: The Transactional Fallacy (Avdi Grimm)
Jan 25, 2019
184: Fun, Interesting, and I Wouldn't Recommend It
Jan 18, 2019
183: Former Robots Smashing Into Other Giant Robots (Ben Orenstein)
Jan 11, 2019
182: What's it in the Service Of?
Jan 04, 2019
181: Strong Types and a Functional Flair
Dec 14, 2018
180: A Citizen of the Internet (John Resig)
Dec 07, 2018
179: We CAN Just Use a Form!
Nov 30, 2018
178: Friday is For Spikes
Nov 16, 2018
177: Tricking Computers Into Doing Things
Nov 09, 2018
176: The Machines Will Learn
Nov 02, 2018
175: Tell Me When It's Real
Oct 26, 2018
174: I've Watched a Lot of Vim Courses
Oct 18, 2018
173: A Combinatoric Explosion of Nulls
Oct 12, 2018
172: What I Believe About Software
Oct 05, 2018
171: What If We Just Used a Form?
Sep 21, 2018
170: Less Charted Territory
Sep 14, 2018
169: Fear Driven Development
Sep 07, 2018
168: An Escape Rope of Learning
Aug 31, 2018
167: I Feel Like We Should've Solved This By Now
Aug 24, 2018
166: Are Services the New Rewrite?
Aug 10, 2018
165: The Tables Have Turned
Aug 03, 2018
164: A Piece of My Identity
Jul 27, 2018
163: Insert Some Colons For Me
Jul 20, 2018
162: You Have Ruined Your Rails App (Sam Phippen)
Jul 13, 2018
161: Re-Incoherence
Jul 06, 2018
160: Praise Hands Emoji 🙌 (Vaidehi Joshi)
Jun 29, 2018
159: Confusing and Hard to Use
Jun 22, 2018
158: This is How I Ruin Meetings (Aaron Patterson)
Jun 15, 2018
157: Whiz-Bangy Frontend Thing (Chris Toomey)
Jun 08, 2018
156: It's a Commercial Enterprise (Olivier Lacan)
Jun 01, 2018
155: Abstractions on Abstractions (Alex Sullivan)
May 25, 2018
154: We All Have Work to Do (Eileen Uchitelle)
May 18, 2018
153: 🎶 I Would Lose 3,000 Crates, and I Would Lose 12,000 More 🎶
May 11, 2018
152: I Look For Stories (Nickolas Means)
May 04, 2018
151: Scheming About Schema
Apr 27, 2018
150: I Fight For the Users
Apr 13, 2018
149: E With an Umlaut
Apr 06, 2018
148: Baseball is a Legacy App
Mar 30, 2018
147: Is a Lambda a Sandwich?
Mar 23, 2018
146: --YOLO
Mar 16, 2018
145: The Internet is Ruined
Mar 09, 2018
144: Fisher Price™ Tools
Mar 02, 2018
143: It's Hard to Have a Secret Rocket
Feb 16, 2018
142: What if We Didn't Do Any of This?
Feb 09, 2018
141: Go Baby, Go
Feb 01, 2018
140: A Sign of... Stability?
Jan 25, 2018
139: Red, Green, Refactor (Alex Clark & Sean Doyle)
Jan 19, 2018
138: I Don't Know How the World Works Anymore
Jan 12, 2018
137: What's Up, Docs
Jan 05, 2018
136: Propagating Conspiracy Theories
Dec 22, 2017
135: A Series of Unfortunate Examples
Dec 13, 2017
134: Fastributes
Dec 08, 2017
133: A Very Special Bike Shed
Nov 23, 2017
132: What Went Well?
Nov 16, 2017
131: Nouns For Verbs Sake
Nov 08, 2017
130: I Grew Up in Balloons
Nov 03, 2017
129: You Wanna Talk About GraphQL?
Oct 27, 2017
128: And Now for My Next Trick!
Oct 19, 2017
127: Bike Shed: Discovery
Oct 13, 2017
126: Speaking of Compilers...
Oct 05, 2017
125: Less Bad Than Expected
Sep 28, 2017
124: Nope. Nope. Nope. Nope.
Sep 20, 2017
123: Too Many Parameters
Sep 13, 2017
122: Name That Smell
Sep 05, 2017
121: The Bike Log (Jerod Santo)
Aug 21, 2017
120: Free Apples
Aug 03, 2017
119: Questions Are For the Weak (Caleb Thompson & Matt Mongeau)
Jul 26, 2017
118: Nonsense In, Nonsense Out
Jul 18, 2017
117: S.A.L.T. (Justin Searls)
Jul 10, 2017
116: A More "WALL-E" Future
Jun 28, 2017
115: I Don't Need Another Google Hangout (Cecy Correa)
Jun 22, 2017
114: Reasonably Thread Safe
Jun 16, 2017
113: Have You Considered Rust? (Matt Casper)
Jun 09, 2017
112: Lifecycles Are Dead, Long Live Lifecycles!
Jun 01, 2017
111: Trike Shed (Aaron Patterson)
May 25, 2017
110: Green Chips
May 18, 2017
109: The Final Countdown
Apr 26, 2017
108: Have You Tried Rebooting?
Apr 18, 2017
107: "Composition" Over Inheritance
Apr 14, 2017
106: Nerd Sniping (Chris Toomey)
Apr 05, 2017
105: For Display Purposes Only
Mar 30, 2017
104: It's Dangerous to Refactor Alone!
Mar 23, 2017
103: I Just Want to See Green Dots
Mar 16, 2017
102: To the Moon!
Mar 10, 2017
101: Hey, You Leaned!
Feb 28, 2017
100: Nouns You Can Verb
Feb 24, 2017
99: Just Sayin'
Feb 16, 2017
98: I Have Good Branch Hygiene
Feb 08, 2017
97: One Equals Zero
Jan 31, 2017
96: Who Stinks?
Jan 27, 2017
95: Click 'Cat' to go 'Home' (Morgane Santos)
Jan 20, 2017
94: It's Not Supposed to Work
Jan 11, 2017
93: I Have Complex Feelings
Dec 21, 2016
92: The Queen of Canada
Dec 16, 2016
91: I Think It's a Fish
Dec 08, 2016
90: Freedom Units
Dec 01, 2016
89: There Will Never Be One Right Way (Ashley Williams)
Nov 23, 2016
88: How Many Puppies Now?
Nov 18, 2016
87: The Refrigerator Took Down Your Website
Nov 10, 2016
86: Purple Train, Purrrple Train (Ian Anderson)
Nov 02, 2016
85: Are We in a Black Hole?
Oct 26, 2016
84: Why Are Manhole Covers Round?
Oct 19, 2016
83: Canadian Halloween
Oct 12, 2016
82: I Just Want a Dog in a Spacesuit
Oct 05, 2016
81: Is This Really a CVE?
Sep 28, 2016
80: Back to the Futures
Sep 21, 2016
79: Comments in Your Queries
Sep 14, 2016
78: I'm an Adult and I Choose Java
Sep 09, 2016
77: The Floors Are Not Zero Indexed
Aug 31, 2016
76: The One With Laila & Brenda
Aug 17, 2016
75: I'm Not Sure That's Better
Aug 11, 2016
74: A Dip in the Connection Pool
Aug 03, 2016
73: Probably In My Other Pants
Jul 28, 2016
72: Surprises Cut For Time (Aaron Patterson)
Jul 20, 2016
71: It's a Total Hack
Jul 13, 2016
70: Make Small Things (Sandi Metz)
Jul 06, 2016
69: No More Drills
Jun 29, 2016
68: Mostly Undocumented
Jun 22, 2016
67: Longtime Listener, First Time Caller (Rafael Franca)
Jun 15, 2016
66: Make Ruby Scripting Great Again (Terence Lee)
Jun 08, 2016
65: Free as in Puppy (Katrina Owen)
May 25, 2016
64: Open Mic SF
May 18, 2016
63: Types Are Only Good If You Use Them
May 11, 2016
62: Shipping is the Fastest Way to Get Somewhere
May 04, 2016
61: I'm Not Telling You My Birthday
Apr 27, 2016
60: Remote Control (Katherine Fellows)
Apr 20, 2016
59: I Wish They Wouldn't Do That
Apr 13, 2016
58: Nobody Gets Fired For Buying IBM
Apr 06, 2016
57: Mutability Ruins the Whole Party (José Valim)
Mar 30, 2016
56: Most People Aren't Building Trello
Mar 23, 2016
55: Hot Dog is Not a Dessert
Mar 09, 2016
54: Argument Error
Mar 02, 2016
53: Cache Machine
Feb 24, 2016
52: You're an Elixir Developer Now
Feb 17, 2016
51: Is Sim City Running? (Steve Klabnik)
Feb 10, 2016
50: Open Mic
Feb 03, 2016
49: A More Practical Haskell
Jan 27, 2016
48: Is Everyone Trying Their Best?
Jan 21, 2016
47: Star Wars Oranges
Jan 13, 2016
46: Don't Breathe, Save the Planet
Jan 06, 2016
45: I Think I'd Prefer An Error to Nonsense
Dec 23, 2015
44: It Won't Crash... It Might Crash
Dec 17, 2015
43: That's DOCTOR Internet Technologist
Dec 09, 2015
42: That's Incredibly Ambitious (Grayson Wright)
Dec 02, 2015
41: Ugh, I Have to Write Web Apps in This Thing
Nov 25, 2015
40: ActiveRecord Deprecated Persistence
Nov 18, 2015
39: Okay with Instability (Yehuda Katz)
Nov 11, 2015
38: Ugh, Forms
Nov 03, 2015
37: The Web is Faster Without Garbage
Oct 29, 2015
36: Python Unchained
Oct 15, 2015
35: GitHub Ate My Résumé
Oct 07, 2015
34: README.md
Sep 29, 2015
33: Just Put it in a Module, Man
Sep 22, 2015
32: Bug For Bug Compatibility
Sep 15, 2015
31: Oxidizing an ORM
Sep 08, 2015
30: Just Go to Slash Wibble
Sep 01, 2015
29: Django Unchained (Mike Burns)
Aug 25, 2015
28: Minisode 0.1.1
Aug 18, 2015
27: I've Got 29.97 Problems (and codecs are some)
Aug 11, 2015
26: My Cache is in the Cloud
Aug 04, 2015
25: Throwing the Schema Out With the SOAPy Bathwater (Gordon Fontenot)
Jul 28, 2015
24: You Look Good in a Lab Coat (Richard Schneeman)
Jul 21, 2015
23: Why Did They Call it Rust?!
Jul 14, 2015
22: No Capes! (Eileen Uchitelle)
Jul 07, 2015
21: The "Best" Canada (Godfrey Chan)
Jun 30, 2015
20: Intentionally Excruciatingly Painful
Jun 23, 2015
19: The Oncoming Storm (Sam Phippen)
Jun 16, 2015
18: This Podcast is Rigged (But Not Animated)
Jun 09, 2015
17: Railing About Performance (Sam Saffron)
Jun 02, 2015
16: Wizards Are Hard to Kill
May 27, 2015
15: Might As Well Be About Trains (Sarah Mei)
May 19, 2015
14: An Acceptable Level of Hassle (David Heinemeier Hansson)
May 12, 2015
13: Begrudging Applause (Aaron Patterson)
May 05, 2015
12: A Poor Man's binding.pry
Apr 17, 2015
11: Form-ing Opinions
Apr 03, 2015
10: I Don't Get Functional Programming
Mar 20, 2015
9: Monorails, For the Kids
Mar 06, 2015
8: Attributes API, Relation#or, Paid Open Source
Feb 20, 2015
7: At the Car Wash
Jan 30, 2015
6: Shh! Library Under Maintenance
Jan 16, 2015
5: Rails is Not Your Architecture
Dec 31, 2014
4: Put Everything on the Front End
Dec 12, 2014
3: Flipping the Script
Nov 28, 2014
2: Rails 4.2
Nov 17, 2014
1: Sandi & Derek's Rules
Oct 31, 2014