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Greg Staffa created The Staffa Corner Podcast to provide listeners with a Staffatarian look at entertainment and life. Focusing on honest conversation, Staffa’s podcast is an appreciation of those he finds interesting in and out of television and film.The journey taken by Staffa in the industry started more than 8 years ago writing for Your Entertainment Corner. Motivated by the desire to become more knowledgeable in his field, he leveraged his learned and acquired knowledge and skills and e ...
 
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Pat Contri talks about his experience as one of the OG gaming YouTube channels in the 2000s, turning his hobby as a Nintendo collector into a job, and moving into writing/publishing with the "Ultimate" Nintendo guides to the NES / SNES libraries. Follow Jono on Twitter @jonohimself. Support the podcast at ATEBIT's Ko-Fi page. Powered by Audio-Techn…
 
In this episode, Jared White and I discuss single-page applications, service objects, POROs, and the various techniques Jared and I use to organize large Rails apps. Bridgetownrb.com Bridgetown on Twitter Whitefusion.studio Jared White on TwitterJason Swett
 
Joining me on this episode of The Staffa Corner is talented actor William “Bill” Sadler. Bill has appeared in films like Shawshank Redemption, The Green Mile, Iron Man 3, Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey, and more. He has countless TV appearances including Roswell, White Collar, The Blacklist, and one of my favorites, God Friended Me. Despite interviewin…
 
In this episode, John Nunemaker and I discuss what it's like to work at GitHub for seven years, and how Microsoft's acquisition of GitHub impacted John's job and career. John Nunemaker.com John Nunemaker on Twitter John Nunemaker on GitHub John Nunemaker on InstagramJason Swett
 
Writer and filmmaker John Safran returns to Puttin' In Work to talk about his new book Puff Piece, the way tobacco giant Philip Morris is manipulating language to reinvent itself, and COVID-19's impact on the process of investigative journalism. Follow Jono on Twitter @jonohimself. Support the podcast at ATEBIT's Ko-Fi page. Powered by Audio-Techni…
 
In this episode, Matthew Bellantoni and I discuss useful definitions of good and bad code, problems in modeling and communicating reality, how to find clients as a freelancer, and the job market for junior and senior coders. Matthew Bellantoni on Twitter Matthew Bellantoni.com RailsGigsJason Swett
 
In 2014, I took part in a press call with Brandon Jay McLaren, one of the stars of the hit USA Network series Graceland. During the interview (found here) I let him know while I enjoyed his performance as U.S. Customs agent Dale Jakes I was frustrated with how little screen time he was getting. He assured me a major shift for Jakes was coming. Than…
 
In this episode, Collin Donnell and I discus regional cuisine, philosophy reading recommendations, the strengths of various programming languages, and whether we have anything to fear from AI. Collin Donnell on Twitter Key and Nib Collin Donnell's website The Wisdom of Insecurity How to Win Friends and Influence People…
 
Riaz Virani joins me for a discussion that covers strategies for project management, the realities of freelancing, declarative versus imperative programming, and productive disagreements. Riaz Virani's websiteJason Swett
 
In this episode I talk with Ken Collins, Principal Engineer at Custom Ink, about Dockerizing development environments, Dockerizing production environments, and hosting containerized applications with Kubernetes and AWS Lambda. Ken Collins on Twitter Lamby.custominktech.com The Case for Rails on Lambda Lamby on Github…
 
The Rainbite team (Jared Trail, Tom Butler and Dan Airey) join Jono to talk about the development and release of their new video game Trigger Witch, Jono's work as the lead writer, and their favourite moments as a player. Trigger Witch is available now on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Follow Jono on Twitter @jonohimself. Support the …
 
In this episode Lee McAlilly and I discuss how to decide where to put your code, the benefits of good naming conventions, and how testing can help you figure out what to do and how to do it. McAlilly.com Lee McAlilly on Twitter Chris Oliver at GoRails Original Fuzz Guitar StrapsJason Swett
 
In this episode, Josh Thompson and I discuss iterative teaching and the curse of knowledge, managing frustration by managing your expectations, metrics for evaluating a dev team, and lessons learned from attempting to maximize income as a freelancer. A Twitter thread about frustration Josh's Twitter thread that lead to 3 customers at $1k each Milli…
 
On this episode I'm joined by Chris LaBarge who works with me at Meadows Healthcare. Chris and I discuss testing in general as well as using TDD to lower the cognitive burden of coding. Ruby on Rails Slack ChrisLaBarge.com Jason's email addressJason Swett
 
Matt Hamilton is a talented award-winning actor, having appeared on shows like Arrow and Supernatural as well as countless TV movies including A Wedding to Remember, Holiday Hearts, and The Dating List. His latest project is the new series Turner & Hooch on Disney+. The series isn’t a reboot of the classic 1989 comedy of the same name starring Tom …
 
My guest this episode is the talented dancer and actress Michelle Mitchenor. She’s performed with names like Rihanna and Beyonce but is best known for her role as Detective Sonya Bailey on the Fox series Lethal Weapon. Mitchenor can be seen next on the second season of BET+'s hit series The First Wives Club premiering on July 15. Based on the 1996 …
 
In this episode, Aweys Ahmed and I discuss life as a junior developer, leveling up your skill set, and how to market yourself as a job candidate. Aweys Ahmed on Twitter Aweys Ahmed on LinkedIn Aweys Ahmed on Dev.to Refactoring by Martin Fowler Clean Code by Robert Martin Practical Object-Oriented Design in Ruby by Sandy Metz Domain-Driven Design by…
 
In this episode, Rémi Mercier and I discuss feature branches, alternative strategies to feature branching, searching for your first programming job, France, and Rémi's background as a stained glass craftsman. Rémi Mercier.com Rémi Mercier on TwitterJason Swett
 
In this episode, Rob Zolkos interviews me for a behind-the-scenes look at the publishing of my new book The Complete Guide to Rails Testing. The Complete Guide to Rails Testing Rob Zolkos on Twitter Rob Zolkos on GitHub Rob Zolkos on LinkedInJason Swett
 
In this episode, Nate Berkopec and I discuss how to right size your infrastructure, how to choose and gain insight from an infrastructure monitoring solution, the pitfalls of running your first training sessions, and much more. Speedshop, Nate's consultancy The Complete Guide to Rails Performance Nate Berkopec on Twitter Nate Berkopec on Github…
 
Labeled a rock prodigy at the age of 14 years old, Kjersti Long has already made a name for herself. Writing her first song Rollercoaster at the age of 9, the talented songwriter and singer was headlining at the iconic rock club The Bitter End in New York City by the time she turned 11. She’s performed at such notable venues as The Apollo and House…
 
Growing up, Haitian-American Bechir Sylvain always figured he would follow in his father’s footsteps and become a lawyer. That was until his high school drama teacher suggested acting was his true calling. Now with over 30 TV and film credits, Bechir is living the American dream as a rising Hollywood star. He currently can be seen on TNT’s Claws an…
 
Dan Goodman, aka DJ Danl, talks about touring the electronic music scene with gLAdiator, making a career change to podcast production with HowStuffWorks and iHeartMedia, and the wild ride of joining Zach Braff and Donald Faison on the Scrubs rewatch podcast Fake Doctors, Real Friends. Follow Jono on Twitter @jonohimself. Support the podcast at ATEB…
 
In this episode, Justin Gordon and I discuss Ruby syntax, reducing the need for testing with Rescript or Rust, the benefits of time tracking, and the multitude of skills needed for running a successful agency. Links: Shakacode.com Hichee.com Justin Gordon on GitHub Justin Gordon on Linkedin Justin Gordon on Twitter…
 
Married with two children, Grady Cooper was living the dream. Not only was he a loving family man, but he was also a successful TV editor having worked on shows like Survivor, Wilfred, The League, Curb Your Enthusiasm, and more. Then, in 2015 everything changed when Jane, his wife of 20 years, died of brain cancer. Along with his daughters Audrey a…
 
At 14 years of age Clark Furlong is just getting started in what appears to be a very successful career in Hollywood. Best known for his portrayal of young Jules, a transgendered woman on the hit HBO series Euphoria,Clark has also appeared on shows like The Prodigal Son, The Rookie, and High Fidelity. The talented young actor will next be seen on t…
 
In this wide-ranging episode I talk with Joe Masilotti on a number of sundry topics including using Turbo on iOS, methods of pricing for freelancing work, and Joe's tool for creating social media preview cards, Mugshot Bot. Links: Joe Masilotti on Twitter Masilotti.com Mugshot BotJason Swett
 
In this episode I talk with Chris Oliver, creator of GoRails, HatchBox and Jumpstart Pro. We talk about the GoRails story, the challenges of deploying apps, and Chris's new house. Links: GoRails HatchBox Jumpstart Pro Chris Oliver on Twitter GoRails Job BoardJason Swett
 
In this episode I talk with Kevin Murphy, Software Developer at the Gnar Company. Kevin and I discuss the contents of his recent RailsConf talk, Engineering MBA: Be the Boss of Your Own Work. Links: Kevin Murphy on Twitter kevinjmurphy.com The Gnar CompanyJason Swett
 
In this episode I talk with Jordan Raine, Senior Developer at GitHub, about writing. We talk about writing PRs and writing emails. We also discuss some of our favorite books and authors. Links: Jordan Raine on Twitter Jordan Raine on GitHub refactoringwords.comJason Swett
 
In this episode I talk with Jesse Spevack, Staff Engineer at Ibotta about Stimulus, conference talks, and hiring developers. Links: Jesse Spevack on Twitter jessespevack.com jesse.spevack@ibatta.com Refactoring Live: Primitive Obsession by James DabbsJason Swett
 
Paul James from Player2.net.au talks about becoming a games writer, starting the Dev Diary interview podcast, and managing work/life balance as a content creator. Follow Jono on Twitter @jonohimself. Support the podcast at ATEBIT's Ko-Fi page. Powered by Audio-Technica. Outro music by FOLEY!.Jono Pech
 
In this episode I talk with Vladimir Dementyev, software engineer at Evil Martians, about "frontendless Rails frontend". We talk about what this means and how it relates to ViewComponent, StimulusReflex and Hotwire. Links: Vladimir Dementyev on Twitter Evil Martians Hotwire: Reactive Rails with no JavaScript? Slides for Vlad's RailsConf talk ViewCo…
 
In this episode I talk with Casey Watts, author of Debugging Your Brain. We discuss modeling the brain, cognitive behavioral therapy, music, and bubbles. Links: Debugging Your Brain CaseyWatts.com Casey Watts on Twitter Thinking in Systems: A Primer The Fearless OrganizationJason Swett
 
In this episode I talk with John Athayde, VP of Design at PowerFleet. John and I discuss some design tips for developers who want to improve their design skills. We also talk about farming and presidents. Links: John Athayde on Twitter Sfumato FarmJason Swett
 
Jason Doyle from No Dunks talks about producing an award-winning basketball podcast, bringing comedy and production value to sports content, and adjusting to different budgets and resources compared to The Basketball Jones and The Starters on NBA TV. Follow Jono on Twitter @jonohimself. Support the podcast at ATEBIT's Ko-Fi page. Powered by Audio-T…
 
Jason Headley is a talented writer, director, and author. He recently co-wrote the Pixar film Onward featuring the voices of Tom Holland and Chris Pratt, and is currently working on another yet to be announced Pixar film. I met director Jason Headley in 2017 during South by Southwest (SXSW) in Austin, Texas. He was premiering his film A Bad Idea Go…
 
Andrene Ward-Hammond in many ways is the reason I decided to launch The Staffa Corner. As talented as the actress is having appeared on shows like Star, Atlanta, Manifest, and Your Honor, it’s her story of the events that led to her becoming an actress I find fascinating. Perhaps it’s because I find a lot of similarities between her story and mine.…
 
Ethan Cooper talks about learning to creatively mod PCs and game consoles, starting his TAG Mods business, and working with AAA developers and companies within the gaming industry. Follow Jono on Twitter @jonohimself. Support the podcast at ATEBIT's Ko-Fi page. Powered by Audio-Technica, supported by MANSCAPED - use the offer code ATEBIT for 20% of…
 
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