Curated list of episodes, bundled to help you on your learning path!
Videos of tech, infrastructure, hardware and software which non-instructional by nature.
Articles around software and tutorials.
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Ed Toro speaks to his experience at bootcamps from a teacher's perspective. We gain a different perspective of what bootcamps are like. Ed shares valuable information whether you're considering getting into coding or currently at a bootcamp.
Riaz talks about his experience with organizing and hosting the Atlanta Ruby Users Group meetup. We discuss sponsors, hidden costs of hosting meetups and general tips for guests.
In this interview, Frank Rietta, a security expert in web applications, talks about various recommendations for securing a Ruby on Rails application. Many areas are explored from code, staff, servers and infrastructure.
Jesus Castello talks about the Roda Framework, its uses and stats around its performance.
In this episode, we look at replacing the generated scaffold form in Rails with a VueJS rendered form. We will use Turbolinks and VueJS Props to pass data between the view and redirect the client to various pages.
With Rails 6.0 is around the corner, Action Text has been merged into the Rails repository. However, it can still be used on a Rails 5.2 application while we wait for its official release.
In this episode, we look at creating a DSL for HTML tables. Though a simple example, it opens a lot of possibilities for consistency and expandable in what can be done with a DSL.
Part II - In this episode, we create performant links for adding, accepting/rejecting and removing friends for our social media application.
Separating view logic from bloated models can help maintain the model in the long run.