One peculiarity of Ruby that trips up a lot of programmers migrating from other languages is the fact that while it has true and false types, they don't share a […]
Join guest chef Piotr Murach to learn how algorithm performance can be analyzed and characterized using "Big-O" notation. Then, be amazed at his tools for programmatically verifying our algorithmic performance!
Guest Chef Nadia Odunayo returns to show us a little-known trick for incorporating newly-created files into an efficient Git patch workflow.
Have you ever had to wade through a large git commit full of miscellaneous unrelated changes? In today's episode, guest chef Nadia Odunayo is going to show you how you …
PostgresQL gives us powerful tools for enabling text search, but if we're not careful we can accidentally expose our app to attacks. Join guest chef Alex Piechowski, for a quick …
Join guest Federico Iachetti to learn how to work with HTML views, in the lightweight but deceptively powerful Roda web toolkit.
Leftshifting tests, hobby-oriented programming, and architecture mindset.
Sometimes Rails is overkill! Roda an elegantly designed lightweight alternative, and in today's episode Federico Iachetti is going to show you how to get started using it.
Are you feeling stuck in your current job? What if you didn't have to jump to a new employer just to get a promotion? Join guest chef Brandon Hays for …
Systemic crash analyses, Kubernetes, and polymorphic attributes.
How can we make sure asynchronous work is done efficiently? In ep #2 of a series, we'll build one of the simplest possible solutions: a polling model.