Last month I sat down with the hosts of Ruby Rogues to talk about one of my favorite topics: debugging!
You can play the podcast in a new window or download it right here.
This is (I think) the last one out of the little run of podcast recordings I’ve done recently, and it’s probably the most technical of the bunch. I wanted it to be useful for experienced software engineers, but also accessible for newcomers.
The show notes from Ruby Rogues:
In this episode of Ruby Rogues, Chelsea Troy teaches us to hone our debugging skills to a razor-sharp edge. We learn how to actively improve debugging skills, train troubleshooting instincts and practical strategies for tackling brain-bending bugs.
- John Epperson
- Luke Stutters
- Charles Max Wood
- Chelsea Troy
- The New Education: How to Revolutionize the University to Prepare Students for a World In Flux
Follow Ruby Rogues on Twitter > @rubyrogues
And if you’re into this, I’ve cast a few other pods in my day:
Techtivism, with Greater than Code (plus a few other topics 😉
CTO Connection, with Peter Bell (about giving and receiving feedback)
Conversations in Software Development, with Borja Sotomayor (also about feedback—a good one to listen to, I’d say, if you listened to the one with Peter Bell and want more)
Tech Jobs, Testing, and Blogging, with Fabian Temp
Leveling Up, Machine Learning, and Inclusion, on Todd Nief’s Podcast about Everything (seriously this podcast makes zero sense, but people still listen because Todd is awesome)