- What is important to me when looking for a job?
- What is important to me when looking to hire?
- What code lesson could you have learned early in your career that would’ve saved you a ton of pain?
- What gem do you keep returning to, time and time again? i.e. a long-lived, super useful, under-the-radar thing.
- What is your favorite non-standard pattern to apply to a Rails project?
- When do you open source your code? How do you keep up with managing it?
Steve is a full-time rubyist and director of technology at Localstake, an Indy-based financial startup. He’s written web apps since 1999, switching to primarily working in Ruby on Rails work in 2011.
Clayton is the DevOps wizard at Octiv, where he got his professional start in Ruby. When he’s not hacking away in Vim, you’ll find him on the soccer field or drinking a craft beer somewhere around town.
Andrew is the head of product and engineering at Lessonly. He started out doing Net and Java (even some COBOL back in the high school days)… but found the light around 2011 which is when he found RoR. He loves engineering, but recently his passions have been split between engineering, design, product, and servant leadership.
Anna is a Team Lead/Senior Developer for MOBI and has been programming in Ruby since 2007. She likes DevOps and performance work far more than UI. Before that, she wrote java for the NCAA. She has two adorable goofball daughters that are 1 and 5.
A senior web developer with about 10 years (most of it in Ruby) of total experience building web sites professionally. By day, he curses DHH’s name while hacking away at code and trying to keep junior devs from scraping their knees. By night, he’s peeling away from the starting line while blowing up other vehicles in his way in Mario Kart.