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Campfire Coders

Austen Cameron & Jesse Leite

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Come sit by the fire with dudes nerdin' out about dev, keyboards, drums, drinks, and who knows what else! 🇺🇸: Austen Cameron (@austencam) 🇨🇦: Jesse Leite (@jesseleite85)
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Welcome to the Casual Coders Podcast! We're a group of makers and engineers who talk nerd and make cool stuff! We strive to release two podcasts a month! Follow our socials! YouTube | https://www.youtube.com/c/CasualCodersOfficial Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/casualcodersprojects/ Twitter | https://twitter.com/CasualCoders Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/CasualCodersProjects TikTok | https://www.tiktok.com/@casualcoders
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Founders & Coders (FAC) is a UK-based nonprofit organisation that runs tuition-free coding programmes in London, Nazareth & Gaza. Our podcast covers the experiences and backgrounds of people on the programme and otherwise associated with FAC.
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Lady Coders

Lady Coders

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This podcast is for women in technology wanting to build successful careers in tech without sacrificing happiness, harmony, or love. We will talk about cool tech, mindful leadership and harmony in work and life. Cover art photo provided by Chris Ried Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ladycoders/support
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African Coders is a podcast where each week we interview an African Developer in order for him to share with us his story, inspirations, workflow, some tips and tricks and try to leave you inspired and motivated on your coder journey
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Learn how to program using the Java programming language. This podcast will teach you step by step how to use the Java programming language to create your own applications or web applications! These Java tutorials are presented in plain English and explain all of the important Java programming concepts needed to excel in the field of software.
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The American Web Coders is a highly acclaimed ecommerce platform that offers top-drawer online branding services. It offers everything from A to Z starting from domain hosting all the way to first-rate e-business advertising solutions. From hosting & domain to branding and business strategy, from website design to web maintenance, AWCs is the ultimate one-stop-shop to all your digital problems. We have grown to become a mature digital marketing maven. We’re time-honored gurus to help you gea ...
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In this new episode of “Purely Digi-Centric,” we are glad to announce that we have collaborated with the top web development agency to give our Podcast Session a more professional yet compelling look. Our Podcast starts with utmost enthusiasm and zeal to energize the digital world and its new trends. It brings great joy to me, your host – David Filling, to tell you that I have invited some renowned website developers from popular agencies across the globe. Visit: https://www.americanwebcoder ...
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AMERICAN WEB CODERS

Lisa Maurice

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The American Web Coders is a highly acclaimed ecommerce platform that offers top-drawer online branding services. It offers everything from A to Z starting from domain hosting all the way to first-rate e-business advertising solutions. From hosting & domain to branding and business strategy, from website design to web maintenance, AWCs is the ultimate one-stop-shop to all your digital problems. We have grown to become a mature digital marketing maven. We’re time-honored gurus to help you gea ...
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Shrimp, bagels, grannies pwning newbs, fantasy consoles, Alan Turing cameos, 'American Hand Egg', and data loss; This episode has it all! Links & Notes: Game dev Panic Playdate handheld console and SDK Godot game engine Creativity in the design of Comix Zone M*ckup (Part 2) ⚠️ Be careful with this software on macOS Ventura and Sonoma! ⚠️ Find us on…
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Welcome to a riveting episode of Casual Coders Podcast! In this installment, join us as we unravel the mysteries behind credit card skimmers - learn how they work and invaluable tips on how to spot them. But that's not all! We're also diving into the exciting realm of open source software, sharing our favorite tools that can revolutionize your codi…
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Imagine stepping into the control room of a major tech conference with us as we chat with Andy Croll, CTO of Coverage Book and freshly minted co-chair of RailsConf. This episode peels back the curtain on the meticulous craft of conference planning – from the adrenaline rush of putting together a tech event to the nitty-gritty of ensuring that every…
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A fireside chat featuring new gear, old dotfiles, and updates on what we've been up to. Kiwi the puppy doesn't code Rust (yet), but she knows how to sit! Does she have the patience to sit through Jesse's Vim course, though? Links & Notes: Dotfiles Austen's dotfiles Jesse's dotfiles M*ckup We don't talk about M*ckup ...TO BE CONTINUED NEXT EP 🥁 ⚠️ S…
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It's time for another Ruby on Rails podcast crossover episode! This time I'm joined by the RoR Podcasts new host, Elise Shaffer. Elise interviews me about the game show I've been giving, I offer my thoughts on doing "weird talks", and we chat about how I got started podcasting. We then flip the script and I interview Elise about her new course on T…
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Embarking on the journey to learn coding can be both exciting and challenging. Unfortunately, several misconceptions often deter aspiring programmers from pursuing their goals. In this episode, I'll debunk six common myths about learning to code and provide valuable insights to help you overcome potential roadblocks. One prevailing myth is that you…
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In this eipsode I had the pleasure of talking to Adarsh Pandit, Executive Director of Ruby Central, who gave me a peek behind the curtain. From discussing his journey through the coding industry to arriving at Ruby Central, to the challenges he tackled stepping into an executive role - Adarsh's story is a tale of perseverance, growth, and community…
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Managing project junk drawers and building the same thing over and over again. Desktop apps, backlogs, great UX, and a dang good time. --- Listeners, how do you handle project management? We'd love your feedback and to hear how you manage all this stuff. What works? What doesn't? @campfirecoders on X or email hey@campfirecoders.com Most Excellent L…
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In this episode, I'm joined by a special guest, Ben Ornstein, one of my Ruby heroes. I may fan-boy a bit as I express my admiration for Tuple, a tool I love. Together, we dive deep into Tuple's journey, starting from its inception and delving into the creative problem-solving and ingenuity behind its design and development. Ben also reveals his tra…
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Jesse and Austen discuss past projects, potential projects, and the topic of domain hoarding. Links: - Dustforce game - Lightyear Figma Illustration (seriously, open this one in Figma and click around) - Austen's Site Illustration Timelapse Find us on X (formerly Twitter): @austencam @jesseleite85 Feedback? Suggestions? Send it here: hey@campfireco…
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Matt Swanson stays on to talk about Canadian Football and no it's not Rugby. Support the show Ready to start your own podcast? This show is hosted on Buzzsprout and it's awesome, not to mention a Ruby on Rails application. Let Buzzsprout know we sent you and you'll get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our …
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Hands down my most boring episode to date. In this episode I'm joined by Mr. "Boring Rails" himself, Matt Swanson. We talk about removing premature abstractions, how decision fatigue impacts exploration, and revisiting ActionMailer (and finding it to be better than we remember). Even though Matt is notorious for sticking to boring tech the conversa…
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Productivity, workflow, automation, [insert buzzword here]! Austen and Jesse chat about awesome tools for the Mac ecosystem. Industriously Handy Links: Raycast https://www.raycast.com/ Hammerspoon https://www.hammerspoon.org/ Find us on Twitter (X?) @austencam @jesseleite85بقلم Austen Cameron & Jesse Leite
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Austen adopts cats mid-episode, while being allergic to cats mid-episode. We also chat about chickens, coffee and wine adjectives, local honey, morel mushrooms, and all the hurdles around making videos. Bram's Law was also fulfilled on this day, yet again. Incredulously Awesome Links: Jesse's Vim Macros Video https://twitter.com/jesseleite85/status…
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Podcast jingle ideas, even more Laracon thoughts, and why Livewire is becoming the #GOAT, in our hopefully humble opinions. Superb Links: Laracon US 2023 Talks https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=laracon+us+2023 Livewire https://livewire.laravel.com/ Alpine https://alpinejs.dev/ Inertia https://inertiajs.com/ Find us on Twitter (X?) @auste…
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PostgreSQL wizard Andrew Atkinson joins the show to discuss his new book, "High-Performance PostgreSQL for Rails." Andrew talks about the challenges of writing a database book for Rails developers, refactoring prose, and the importance of maintaining a work-book-life balance. With his multiple fantastic talks on the subject of PostgreSQL, it's no s…
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Imagine a podcast where we talk about publishing a podcast (how meta)! Jesse then recaps his second-ever Laracon. We also nerd out about drums for a while. Rad Links: Laracon US 2023 Talks https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=laracon+us+2023 Drumeo https://www.drumeo.com/ Find us on Twitter (X?) @austencam @jesseleite85…
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Mechanical keyboards are quite the rabbit hole. Also, you should try out Space Cadet Shift keys. Trust us. Very Good Links: What is "ortholinear"? https://twitter.com/jesseleite85/status/1495889187450544137?s=20 Iris (Austen's keyboard) https://keeb.io/collections/iris-split-ergonomic-keyboard (keymap here) Lily58 (Jesse's keyboard) https://github.…
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Jesse and Austen talk about each other's developer origin story. How (and when) did all this web development nonsense start? Warning: Garbage audio quality in this episode, but we hit publish anyway. It can only get better from here! Find us on Twitter (X?) @jesseleite85 @austencamبقلم Austen Cameron & Jesse Leite
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This thought-provoking video delves deep into a highly controversial topic: Are coding jobs disappearing? As we stand on the brink of unprecedented technological advancements, what does the future hold for coders and software engineers? Are we facing a coding apocalypse or is it just a myth? Join us as we expose the untold truths behind the glitz a…
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Welcome to the fascinating world of the Future of Coding with AI, where artificial intelligence meets programming, and innovation knows no bounds. As a seasoned coder who has embraced this new wave, I invite you to step into my reality. Our coding landscape is changing rapidly, fueled by advances in AI that are redefining our craft. From dawn till …
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Web3! 😱 Now that I have your attention. This episode I'm joined by Thomas Carr. Thomas is a Consultant & Software Developer for Emerging Technologies at CGI Federal. Which is a fancy way of saying he gets to play around with all the new tech out there and see what might have real world application. Thomas just gave an awesome talk at Blue Ridge Rub…
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Fresh off his Ruby Kaigi talk, Vini Stock, joins the show to talk about all things Ruby LSP. Even though he's given a plethora of talks on the subject already there's so much to LSPs and to the future and vision of this project that I learned a ton while recording. Vini confirms what I always suspected, that getting paid to work on developer toolin…
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Starting a new coding project can be an exhilarating journey filled with opportunities to learn, grow and showcase your skills. However, it also comes with its fair share of challenges that require careful planning and strategic execution. Understanding the scope of the project through requirements documentation is a crucial first step in this proc…
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Another double-guest episode! This time, I'm joined by Alan Ridlehoover and Fito von Zastrow from Cisco Meraki. There's almost too much great content in this episode to provide a proper summary. We discuss everything, from the modularization of massive Rails apps to building a toy framework. Alan and Fito have a ton of experience and are working on…
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First time Podcast guest, Daniel Huss, joins the show. Daniel is a Test Double agent and recently gave his first conference talk (Spoiler, it was great)! We talk about the differences between contract and product work, Dragon Ruby, and tending to your code like it's a garden. Daniel crush it on his first, of what I hope will be many, podcast appear…
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In this episode, I'm joined by returning guest Brittany Martin to talk about her new role as an Engineering Manager at Shogun. We also discuss corporate hackathons, the delicate balance between work and personal projects, and the potential benefits for both developers and the company. Brittany shares her insights on the value of hackathons in terms…
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Nick Schwaderer rejoins the show. We discuss our experiences in giving talks, the importance of engaging with the audience, and the development of Scarpe, a new implementation of _why's Shoes DSL for building Ruby desktop applications. Nick shares valuable insights on creating connections, maintaining a balance between humor and content, and foster…
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Julie J, co-host of Ruby for All, joins the show to talk about her cool side project and Ruby for All. We talk about getting stuff done, Rails upgrades, and some of the confusion that still exists around assets in Rails. Julie has quickly grown into one of my favorite podcast hosts so you definitely want to give this one a listen. Links: @codewithj…
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The creator of Phlex, Joel Drapper, joins the show. Joel has been working on HTML streaming in Phlex and, spoiler alert, it sounds super cool! Joel really likes SQLite and thinks Aaron Francis's new MySQL for developers course is great (he's right). We also dive into getting unblocked by using a Ruby Developers secret weapon (hint: it's the communi…
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Coding Coders first ever guest, Andrew Mason, returns to give an update on what he's been up to since joining Podia. Of course no episode with Andrew would be complete without a dive into ADHD land. From learning to hack your brain and last minute passport renewals to Web Mentions and the world of Indie Web dev we cover it all. Links: https://andre…
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Joe Masilotti is, in many ways, the guy. Chances are you've heard of him you may just not know his name. He's the Turbo Native guy, the RailsDevs guy, the helping juniors get hired guy, the Hotwire newsletter guy, the all around nicest guy. Joe joins the show to talk about his various projects, why it's so important to build in public, and how doin…
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A double first for Coding Coders, this episode is the first to feature TWO guests, both from the shows very first sponsor OBLSK! Mike Munroe and Dave Kroondyk are from OBLSK, a software consultancy specializing in Ruby on Rails. In this episode they share their adventures converting a clients dotNet and angularjs application to Rails and Hotwire. A…
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This episode Tom Rossi, from Higher Pixels, joins the show. You're probably familiar with Higher Pixels work but you may not know it. They're the brains behind my favorite podcast hosting service, Buzzsprout, which is used to host this show! Tom is an amazing guest with lots of stories to tell. Learning to scale Buzzsprout, upgrading to Rails 7/Hot…
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It's a New Year and a new episode of Code and the Coding Coders who Code it! In this episode (which I'm calling Yet Another Podcast Episode), man of many projects, Kevin Newton, joins the show. Kevin tells us about YARP, the new Ruby parser, and his desire to help make it a "magical unicorn rainbow land" (his words not mine). We also get into deali…
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Jeremy Smith has been designing and building web applications since 1998 and has worked with Ruby on Rails since 2009. Jeremy was also my unofficial, and completely accidental, conference buddy. We went to all the same in person conferences this year. He joins the show to talk about building successful web apps by your lonesome, solving really comp…
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Lucian Ghinda from Short Ruby Newsletter joins the show to let me pick his brain about his amazing new newsletter. We chat about how he finds and organizes the content for the newsletter and Lucian spills the beans on a few ideas he has for the future. Here's a fun game. Count how many time I say the newsletter is awesome during the show! Links: @l…
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This week on the Casual Coders Podcast, we discuss ChatGPT, Twitter, and Neuralink! Follow Casual Coders: Twitter | https://twitter.com/CasualCoders Facebook| https://www.facebook.com/CasualCodersProjects TikTok | https://www.tiktok.com/@casualcoders Twitch | https://www.twitch.tv/casualcoders Insta | https://www.instagram.com/casualcodersprojects/…
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Recorded in front of a live audience it's the Podcast Panel from RubyConf Mini! The Panelists: MC: Brittany Martin from The Ruby on Rails Podcast Andy Croll from Chats in the Cupboard Julie J from Ruby for All Joël Quenneville from The Bike Shed Drew Bragg from Code and the Coding Coders who Code it Support the show Ready to start your own podcast?…
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Noel Rappin joins the show to talk about his new book, "Programming Ruby 3.2", best known as the "Pickaxe Book". Noel talks about his adventures working on a legacy book and even having to deal with some legacy code in a legacy book. The Pickaxe Book is one of the biggest, and oldest, books on my shelf so it's no surprise that this was a beast of a…
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My friend and fellow Philadelphian, Ernesto Tagwerker joins the show to talk about his companies new offering, Tune. We also talk about some of Ernestos open source projects, how his team balances educating the community on how do upgrade while also making it their main business, and strategies to onboard juniors. Links: @etagwerker on twitter @eta…
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A few upper middle class white nerds talk about expensive stuff they want to buy. Follow Casual Coders: Twitter | https://twitter.com/CasualCoders Facebook| https://www.facebook.com/CasualCodersProjects TikTok | https://www.tiktok.com/@casualcoders Twitch | https://www.twitch.tv/casualcoders Insta | https://www.instagram.com/casualcodersprojects/ Y…
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We thought it would be interesting not to plan anything and just let the conversations roll. It did no go well. I can't believe we were trying before. Follow Casual Coders: Twitter | https://twitter.com/CasualCoders Facebook| https://www.facebook.com/CasualCodersProjects TikTok | https://www.tiktok.com/@casualcoders Twitch | https://www.twitch.tv/c…
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Collin Jilbert joins the show. We discuss the value of being willing to jump into source code, orienting yourself to new codebases and... cloud whitening?! My ADHD was raging for this episode but Collin did a great job keeping up. On Twitter @collin_jilbert GitHub Petri Dish gem GoRails Screencasts Ruby Central Job Posting Cloud Whitening Discussin…
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We started off talking about things like burnout and technology, but just kind of got off track. Its a mess. Follow Casual Coders: Twitter | https://twitter.com/CasualCoders Facebook| https://www.facebook.com/CasualCodersProjects TikTok | https://www.tiktok.com/@casualcoders Twitch | https://www.twitch.tv/casualcoders Insta | https://www.instagram.…
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We talk about Steam Decks and the future of gaming! Follow Casual Coders: Twitter | https://twitter.com/CasualCoders Facebook| https://www.facebook.com/CasualCodersProjects TikTok | https://www.tiktok.com/@casualcoders Twitch | https://www.twitch.tv/casualcoders Insta | https://www.instagram.com/casualcodersprojects/ YouTube | https://www.youtube.c…
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A live podcast recording from RailsConf: HomeEdition 2022! The panelists discuss what they're up to, if you can still build a career in ruby (spoiler: You can!), and how our ecosystem can benefit from more Ruby frameworks and podcasts! Moderated By: Brittany Martin, The Ruby on Rails Podcast Panelists: Aaron Francis, Framework Friends Andy Croll, C…
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