Live(ish) Podcast Panel from Railsconf 2022!

June 1, 2022, noon (1 year, 6 months ago)

[00:00:00] Jemma Issroff: Live from Portland at rails comp 2020. We're recording a podcast panel crossover episode. I'm Gemma is off one of the co-hosts of the Ruby on rails podcast. I'll be moderating this panel. We have five podcasts represented here across eight panelists. We're going to go around to start and hear what all everyone is excited about.

For rails comp. First up, we have Brittany Martin from the Ruby on rails podcast. Brittany, what talker workshop are you most looking forward to? 

[00:00:29] Brittany Martin: I have to admit I'm going to go with a meta answer and it's going to be this panel, but also as well to make a switch track, which I ended up curating. We already saw Joel Hawksley gave a fantastic talk as well as David Hill.

And I'm just excited for that track to continue. 

[00:00:44] Jemma Issroff: Sounds great. Looking forward to hearing the rest. Next up, we have Robbie Russell of maintainable software podcast. 

[00:00:51] Robby Russell: Hello, I'm enjoying so far. The, uh, what does it talk to me like I'm five or I forgot the way it's titled, but yeah, the tracks there have been really great in terms of getting down to some of the basics and such.

And so. Kind of mandating most of my teams at, and those ones in particular, if they can do which ones have you been to so far? I just sat in the rails console one and I learned a few things that I didn't know about or I'd forgotten about like using jobs in rails console is pretty fun having sub-processes and there was one earlier on maintaining rails applications.

I really enjoyed that one. Next up 

[00:01:26] Jemma Issroff: Andrew Culver from framework friends. 

[00:01:28] Andrew Culver: Yeah. So for me, conferences are about people. And so I'm kind of notorious for hanging out in the hallway, track, all attend a few talks, but mostly like for the limited time that I'm here, I come in late. I leave real early. Cause I got kids that I got to get back to back home.

But for the time that I'm here, I just try to have as much face time with, you know, everybody like who's in the room right now. 

[00:01:50] Jemma Issroff: Nick swatter, Ruby on rails pod. 

[00:01:53] Andrew Culver: I'll do 

[00:01:53] Nick Schwaderer: two things. One, I like trails con for me, his bag. I'm just so hyped for it. I'll call out. Hi, joined the Ruby community in first week of March, 2014 and never been to rails comp.

I've like followed the content for eight. So it's such a treat to be here by will to honor your question, pick a specific thing. I'm excited to see the remote group began talking about a pocket while I won't spoil anything. I love our community, but seeing people not just carving out their niche, but like helping to grow more of things in the community to make it sustainable, to make it more welcoming and open to more people.

And so I'm absolutely, as you're saying, the UK buzzing to see, and I agree began, 

[00:02:31] Robby Russell: and there's a whole 

[00:02:32] Jemma Issroff: community content. Speaking of remote Ruby, Andrew Mason. 

[00:02:36] Andrew Mason: Yeah, what's up everybody. I was excited for Joel Hawksley's talk, which is great. Joel, again, Joe's in the audience for anyone listening. I'm excited for Schwan's talk because Schwab always gives amazing talks.

I'm always excited for Brittany's talk and Britney's not giving a talk this month. So that's why I'm excited to hear her 

[00:02:54] Jemma Issroff: here. Uh, next up 

[00:02:56] Andrew Culver: Jason. Tarryn's. 

[00:02:59] Nick Schwaderer: Hello? 

[00:03:01] Jason Charnes: Well, I feel like

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