Google's carrot-and-stick HTTPS policies and how playing The Legend of Zelda is like refactoring.
When a hash isn't a hash, GitHub as your Résumé, and porting Crates.io to Diesel.
Going "to" the moon, hidden type errors in our Rails apps, the process of talk prep, and the S3 outage.
Amanda and Sean discuss the evolving stages of open source projects, native apps vs web apps, and space.
Sam Phippen helps us celebrate episode 100, as we discuss Diesel bugs, REST, RPC, and more.
We go into the weeds with MySQL and discuss the virtues of database migrations written in SQL.
We discuss complexity and progressive disclosure, garbage collection, and the impenetrable nature of Git.
We wonder why writing parameterized associations in Rails is not easy, and discuss the difficulty in eliminating no-op queries in ActiveRecord. Plus, we discuss how you can give a great RailsConf talk proposal that doesn't have anything to do with Rails.
Baby Ruby, Ruby refinements, Rails discoverability, and annoying polyfills.
Amanda is joined by Morgane Santos to discuss the experiences, technology, and development of Virtual Reality.