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Accounting (?), Ruby 2.6rc1, Rails 5.2.2, AWS Lambda + Ruby, Stimulus Component Library

Chris and Jason fall down a rabbit hole of taxes and accounting before moving on the more relevant topics, such as Ruby 2.6rc1, Rails 5.2.2, Ruby support for AWS Lambda, and Chris' new Stimulus component package.

Thoughts on Best Practices, Design Patterns, and Good/Bad Code

In this episode, Chris and Jason start off with a quick discussion on utilizing RailsUJS in JavaScript. The discussion takes a hard turn into thoughts on best practices, design patterns, good/bad code, and resources for the aforementioned.

The Thanksgiving Travel Episode

In this abbreviated 30-minute episode, Chris talks about his Stripe upgrading their API while he's creating his course and Jason shares his experiences deploying a server for a Ruby on Rails application using

Ruby 3, Ruby 4!?, Matz's Long Term Plans, More StimulusJS, and a New Stripe Course

In this episode of Remote Ruby, we chat about Matz's RubyConf keynote, more about StimulusJS, Chris' new Stripe course, and much more.

Embracing "The Rails Way", The GoRails Redesign, Utility CSS, and Stimuluuuuus

Back in the groove, Jason and Chris talk a lot more about Ruby than last week. This episode covers Jason's experience building a Rails app the Rails way (mostly), GoRails sweet new redesign, utility CSS frameworks (okay, just TailwindCSS), and Stimulus JS.

Basically No Ruby, a Lot of Stories, and an Abrupt Ending

In the return of Remote Ruby from a 3-week hiatus, Jason is "guilty as charged, with the stories," as Chris and Jason catch up. If you're curious about the ending, spoiler alert: Jason's oldest child got stuck behind his bed.

What else can Rails add by default?

In this episode, we discuss GitHub's upgrade from Rails 3.2 to Rails 5.2, the introduction of ActionText, our yearning for authentication built-in to Rails, and Hacktoberfest spam.

Chasing Bugs, Redis, Tailwind-Stimulus Controllers, and Superleggera

Chris and Jason start their morning talking about different projects they've been working on.

Joined by "Schneems" (Richard Schneeman)

In this episode, Chris and Jason invite their first guest. Richard Schneeman is a Rails committer actively involved in the Ruby and Ruby on Rails community. It is an honor he agreed to join us and hope you enjoy the conversation around committing to Rails, flossing one tooth, and looking for performance insights in your applications.

Staying Awake, Performance Improvements, Abandoned Open Source, and Little Computers

Join us as we share weird stories from the week, talk about performance improvements in Rails and our own apps, open source projects, and the Surface Go. Plus a bunch of random stuff in-between.

Secret Project X, Payments in Rails, More Javascript 😅, and Mastodon

We're back, yet again, talkin' Ruby. This week we caught up after our weekend trip to work on Secret Project X™. Such topics include Pay (our Rails gem for payments in Rails), separating your front-end from the backend, Stimulus JS 1.1, Turbolinks iOS + Android, and Mastodon.

Rails 6 + Webpacker, Stimawesome, StimulusJS, and a Secret Project

Still getting back into that Podcast Grind™ Jason and Chris explore Rails 6's introduction of Webpacker as the default JavaScript pipeline, Stephen Dolan's spectacular StimulusJS website (Stim Awesome), and some ramblings on a codecation Chris and Jason are taking to work on Secret Project X.

We're Back! Southeast Ruby, Rails 5.2.1, Hanami 1.3.beta1, NodeJS, and Laravel

Chris and Jason return from Southeast Ruby talkin' about conferences, Rails, Hanami, NodeJS, and Laravel.

More Caching, WordPress -> Jekyll, OAuth'n

Five episodes in 😱 Chris and Jason talk about Jason's experience with caching, moving his WordPress website over to Jekyll, Southeast Ruby, and some OAuth related things.

Rails Caching, Jump Servers, Refactoring, and Some JavaScript

Chris and Jason talk about Rails Performance, refactoring, and more!

NGINX, Prettier, and Recursion, and Recursion

A catch-up week for Chris and Jason, they discuss Ruby 2.2, Hatchbox, NGINX, Prettier for Ruby, and Elixir/Recursion.

Github, Feedgate, and React Native/Rails APIs

In this Episode, Chris and Jason chat about Microsoft's acquisition of GitHub, the worst weekend (programming) or Jason's life, as well as some React Native apps built alongside Rails APIs. Buckle up; it's a wild ride.

Hello, World!

In the introductory episode, Chris and Jason introduce the Remote Ruby podcast, catch up on some Ruby-related news, and then chat about what they're creating.

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