RubyConf 2018: Let's Subclass Hash - What's the Worst That Could Happen?
Have you ever been tempted to subclass a core class like Hash or String? Or have you read blog posts about why you shouldn’t do that, but been left confused as to the specifics? As a maintainer of Hashie, a gem that commits this exact sin, I’m here to tell you why you want to reach for other tools instead of the subclass.
RailsConf 2018: What's in a price? How to price your products and services
So you have something new to sell: maybe your first book or a hip new SaaS. How do you decide the price? How do you know you’re not overpricing? Or underpricing? Why, oh why, did you ever think to sell something?!
Hi, I'm Michael Herold. I am a husband, father of two, and a staff engineer at Shopify working on the Shop Search team.
I'm a Rubyist by trade and maintain Hashie and KSUID for Ruby. I am working to better the IndieWeb experience in Ruby, in particular for the Bridgetown static site generator, which I use to host this website.