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The cat is out of the bag! Nick Schwaderer is back to answer all of Brittany's questions about his new role at Chef. They also dive into graphic design/typography, Ruby's popularity and the new minimal Rails app skeleton generator.
Links for this episode:
- Embrace digital transformation with DevOps and Chef
- Chef InSpec
- Zeitwerk: A new code loader for Ruby
- Stack Overflow's 2020 Developer Survey
- rails new --minimal: A Minimal Rails App Skeleton Generator
- Be a Guest on the 5 by 5 Ruby on Rails Podcast
- Schwad4HD14 (@Schwad4HD14) | Twitter
- Episode Introduction and Outro by Michael Springer
- Episode Music by Kevin MacLeod
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