Rubiverse Podcast Lives!16 May 2011
Okay, so its been a couple years. So what? Big deal. What is a short 768 day hiatus between friends? The good news is that my Ruby podcast is back. And not just one episode back. I’ve published three episodes recently with with Brian Ford, Nathan Esquenazi, and Wayne Seguin. I’m really happy with them and excited for a future with many more interesting conversations.
I spoke with Wayne Seguin about his über popular RVM and his plans to rewrite it using his up and coming BDSM framework. BDSM is interesting because it provides a bit more structure to the default shell environment and in my mind holds the promise that more can contribute to RVM. I expect great things from this in the future.
I spoke with Nathan Esquenazi about the Padrino web micro-framework and its take on creating modular web applications. I’m excited for more modularity in our web apps, and think Padrino is on the right track.
I also spoke with Brian Ford about the history and future of Rubinius. Rubinius seems to be on the verge of tipping over and being a viable Ruby implementation for mainstream applications. I’m very excited for this and hope that the release of 2.0 pushed it over the edge.
This is just the start. I’m committed to more conversations with interesting Rubyists. Who would you like to hear from? Let me know and I’ll make it happen.