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?!
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.