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Yahhh.....no filter in these tracks..... From dark, messed up, offensive, and down-right cancel worthy to nice, relaxing, intellectual, and wholesome ( : If you cant handle it, jump out of the train because in this podcast we always go.......
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When journalist Danelle Morton’s daughter skips town to hop trains, she follows her into the train yard, and across America. Join Danelle as she travels the country to understand what drew her daughter into the hidden world of the railroads. Her guides are the rail cops, train engineers, and hobos she meets along the way, each of them with their own extraordinary tales of the beauty and brutality of the rails. A mother/daughter story unfolds across a landscape of vast open spaces and filthy ...
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Conservative talk show host Rick Robinson discusses the events of the day. Rick always tells it like it is. No one wants to face the truth, but America is off the rails. We need to stand up and get involved so we can get back on track. Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/america-off-the-rails--986237/support.
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We have been friends for nearly 30 years, and operate two similar but different businesses in Alabama and Tennessee. Join in on our conversations as we catch up with one another and compare notes on what is going on. You can expect to laugh, cry, shake your head in shame, and possibly even learn something; even if it is what not to do from our podcast!!
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RailsCasts China由太檑(Terry Tai)制作。 此网站的目的是帮助中国Rails/Ruby社区中的程序员更快更方便的掌握Rails/Ruby开发技巧。这些Screencasts主要针对入门和中级用户。当然如果高级用户也能从中发现一些值得借鉴或者批评的地方,我更是倍感荣幸。我将尽量遵循由浅入深,循序渐进的原则来制作视频。但总体来讲所有视频是互相独立的,所以并不是一个体系完整的教程。因此并不适合作为唯一学习手段,而是更适合作为一种辅助。最后,希望对你有所帮助。
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Join horse racing enthusiasts, Simon Double and Phil Boyle and their guests from around the racing world as they discuss the experience of owning a share of your own racehorse. Find out about what it is like to become an owner and the different options available to get involved. It need not cost as much as you might think! Simon and Phil are happy to answer any questions that you may have about racehorse ownership or racing in general. Simon can be contacted by email at: info@solarioracing.c ...
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Welcome, monster-fighting Ozarks enthusiasts! We're glad that you're joining us! If you're the completist sort and can endure janky audio, feel free to start at Episode 1. If you just want to get caught up to the action with decent audio, jump in with our Bonus Episode before Season 2 begins with Episode 25, which gives a summary of Season 1. Regardless, welcome to the Ozarks and our little home here in Railsend! Mind the caves.
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Get set for your next trip to Europe by joining writer and lover of European travel Scott Hartbeck on a grand tour of the continent, celebrating all the great things to eat, drink, and do while you’re there. Expect plenty of travel tips and inspiration as Scott explores a wide range of European destinations—from the iconic to the underrated—alongside local experts and globetrotting friends. Scott has been going to Europe for nearly 20 years and, in addition to collecting an abundance of stor ...
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Running Off The Rails
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Running Off The Rails

Raymond O'Connor and Ariel Rascoe

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Ray and Ariel equip new and experienced tabletop RPG players with actionable tips and tricks to bring their game to the next level. We have been playing Dungeons and Dragons for years now and truly believe that tabletop RPGs offer a unique life experience that everyone should enjoy. Find out how you can adapt your game to your players and ensure a successful adventure at your table.
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Every other week you will be treated to a new, free RailsCasts episode featuring tips and tricks with Ruby on Rails, the popular web development framework. These screencasts are short and focus on one technique so you can quickly move on to applying it to your own project. The topics are geared toward the intermediate Rails developer, but beginners and experts will get something out of it as well. A Pro option is also available containing more screencasts each week. This is the full resoluti ...
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Every other week you will be treated to a new, free RailsCasts episode featuring tips and tricks with Ruby on Rails, the popular web development framework. These screencasts are short and focus on one technique so you can quickly move on to applying it to your own project. The topics are geared toward the intermediate Rails developer, but beginners and experts will get something out of it as well. A Pro option is also available containing more screencasts each week. This version is for mobil ...
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Three friends come together to discuss random topics, but with a slight twist. Only one of them will know what the topic is and will let the conversation go nuts on its own. Join us for some good laughs, a lot of crazy, and more! Welcome to WAY OFF THE RAILS, enjoy the wild ride! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/this-is-off-the-rails/support
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Sisters Rhiannon and Bethan from Courtyard Bridal Boutique take you behind the rails of their successful wedding boutique. Light hearted chitchat and insights into all things wedding, from advice on dress shopping to everything in between, join them on the sofa for wedding inspiration, entertaining anecdotes and interviews with their brides and industry friends.
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Are you a new Ruby on Rails developer in need of guidance? Well, StartHere: Ruby on Rails is the show for you! Dain Miller is your Ruby on Rails coach and he'll provide insight, and resources to help get you from knowing nothing to becoming a full-time Ruby ninja. Everyone starts somewhere and you’re starting here!
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Times Leader Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders beat reporter DJ Eberle hosts Riding The Rails, a podcast centered around the RailRiders, featuring the RailRiders. Different members of the New York Yankees Triple-A affiliate join DJ each week to discuss the team and their world off of the field.
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Off The Rails Recovery’s primary goal is to end the stigma of addiction through open discussion on all things recovery related. This podcast is for anyone who has been affected with addiction. Off The Rails Recovery is ran by three guys (Dave, Jared and Mark) who are all in the early stages of recovery. They will be talking about a wide range of topics affecting their recovery as well as interviewing guests and hearing their recovery stories. Will also be having professionals on the podcast ...
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Looking for some solid advice? Direction? Guidance? Tips? These guys might get to it. Off the Rails: A Podcast offers the insight you need when it comes to family, finances, self-help and much more! What can you learn from a 20-something high school student minister and a wrong-side-of-forty car mechanic? Probably something! The most entertaining, unedited, unscripted pointers via podcast you can find.
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Tales from the Rails
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Tales from the Rails

Newfield School Community with Whitworks Adventures in Theatre

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"Tales from the Rails" are ten short audio dramas inspired by the history of the Sheffield to London railway line, created by the Newfield School Community, with the support of Whitworks Adventures in Theatre. The project is funded by East Midlands Railway Community Fund and the Church Burgesses Educational Foundation. For any questions, or more information, you can contact us - whitworksait@gmail.com
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Join Barney the Half-Elf Druid, Brothos the Dwarf Barbarian, Rhystrata the Eladrin Paladin, and Yo-Na the Half-Elf Warlock as they stumble through life attempting to make a name for themselves. Four unique characters band together to create a whole lot of chaos. Dmd by @MrShickadance and featuring @artplebe, @Denkles, @sarahiscoffee, and @TheGovnar.
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4 Guys Go Off The Rails
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4 Guys Go Off The Rails

Jeffrey Egbedi, Ogheneovo Iboje, Sola Jegede, Ayo Odebode

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Every time they have conversations, these guys just say the most outrageous things and then had the bright idea to share with the world all the egregious things that they say, what could go wrong right? We hope you rock with us! Find us: @ogheneovo_x @jefofor @sjegs @alade___
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Life on Rails is Greater Anglia’s new podcast, hosted by Juliette Maxam and Lucy Wright. In each episode we’ll speak to special guests to look behind the scenes and find out how the railway works. We’ll be talking about new trains, how to get the cheapest fare, what makes us green and putting a spotlight on some of the people who work at Greater Anglia. We’ll also be running a travel surgery to help one guest find the ideal location to visit on our network. We’d love to hear from you, please ...
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On The Rails is the podcast brought to you by West Midlands Trains. In this podcast, we’ll be delving into a series of rail-related topics, from timing your ticket purchases perfectly to tips when travelling by rail. We’ll also have some delightful conversations with everyone in the West Midlands Trains family, from our longest-serving staff to our newest recruits and apprentices; all on hand to give you everything you need. We’re here to bring you some helpful facts and entertainment to hel ...
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Over the years, the performance of Ruby has improved quite a bit. One of the big recent performance improvements came from the development of YJIT inside Shopify. YJIT is a just-in-time compiler for Ruby written in Rust. Dr. Maxime Chevalier-Boisvert joined the show to talk about YJIT Show Notes YJIT Website Maxime on X https://twitter.com/Love2Cod…
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The conversation covers various aspects of RailsConf, including its mission, organization, and selection process for talks. The chapters delve into the background of the participants, the role of Ruby Central in organizing RailsConf, and the significance of the conference in the Ruby and Rails communities. The discussion also explores the unique fe…
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City of the Rails passes a million downloads! Cause for a celebration, and a chance to thank all of you who sent so much love. To mark this big achievement, we made a bonus episode featuring just some of the hundreds of voicemails we got from people who adored the show (and also a few from some who didn't like it). Big question: Where's Season 2? W…
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Scott talks with Claudia Neumann (Director of Corporate Communications at Visit Cologne) during the lead-up to the city's famous Carnival celebrations about why Cologne might just be Germany's most underrated big city. Show notes & links to places discussed can be found here: http://www.railsalesoldtowns.com/ep8. Follow @railsalesoldtowns on Instag…
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One month after chatting with former Champion Jump Jockey, Richard Johnson, this month Simon and Phil are joined by Paul Johnson the head of the National Trainer’s Federation. Phil and Simon discuss their syndicate runners and the social benefits that can arise from shared ownership before reviewing the recent action and some of the latest stories …
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If you start a new Rails project today, you’re probably going to pick Postgres for your database. And if you have a ten year old Rails app, you might be using MySQL. But Rails ships with support for SQLite, a lightweight SQL database. Can that lightweight database be used to make production-ready software? Stephen Margheim joins the show to help us…
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Senior Developer Jenny Shen from Shopify joins me to discuss RubyGems. In this episode, we unravel the intricate mechanics of dependency resolution within RubyGems, exploring topics such as compact indexes and more. Our discussion extends to the paramount issue of security, where we examine the proactive measures undertaken by the RubyGems team to …
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Fito and Alan are frequent RubyConf and RailsConf speakers on topics ranging from software complexity to resolving flaky specs. They joined the how to discuss strategies for dealing with unreliable tests and complex code. Show Notes Cisco Meraki: Careers (https://meraki.com/careers) Alan Ridlehoover’s LinkedIn (https://linkedin.com/in/aridlehoover)…
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RailsConf is coming up fast and I can’t wait to see you all there! The CFP is open and the program committee is accepting proposals for talks for the conference. Andy Croll joined the show to talk with us about the CFP process and how you can present at RailsConf ** Show Notes** Rails Conf Detroit - https://railsconf.org/ RailsConf CFP - https://se…
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Kaja is the Slack Administrator for WNB.rb, a group of women and non-binary rubyists. She joined the show to talk about becoming the Slack Administrator. She fills us in on what the job entails, how she became the slack administrator, and some of the big things she learned from contributing to WNB.rb Show Notes Twitter: @alizenero Mastodon: @kajano…
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It's colder than cold in Tennessee, how do you keep your shops warm? Deer Days of 2024, Mitch has a "tool" recommendation for everyone and Travis is still wrestling with compounding problems. We really dive into doing things differently and the mindset it takes to change.
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In this monologue, I've highlighted just a few of the features that I'm eagerly anticipating in Rails 8. As the first episode of the year, I've also addressed some housekeeping matters, determining the optimal episode production capacity and pace. Most importantly, I want to express my gratitude to all the listeners of The Rails Changelog – thank y…
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What do we owe to each other? Over the last several years, the tech industry has had a reckoning about ethics within our industry. Katya Dreyer-Oren gave a excellent talk and workshop at RubyConf in San Diego about how to ethically build software. She joined the show to share her thoughts and ideas from her experience as a student of philosophy. We…
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Our cohost Jemma Issroff joined me to talk about my tenure as host so far, Jemma's work on Prism, fostering communities, building habits, how to be lucky, and we reveal our New Year's Resolutions! What are your New Years Resolutions? If you'd like to share them, send an email to comments@therubyonrailspodcast.com. You can send text or record a shor…
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I joined Julie and Andrew from Ruby For All to talk about Test Driven Development, attending conferences, and using TDD as a thinking tool.. This episode was recorded at RubyConf in San Diego. Show Notes [Ruby For All] - https://www.rubyforall.com/ Sponsors Honeybadger As an Engineering Manager or an engineer, too much of your time gets sucked up w…
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Ray and Ariel discuss how to make your players feel like they are as infamous as Robin Hood or Geralt of Rivia in their own fantasy worlds. Unfortunately, these cherished characters from fiction are also infamous, and risk being chased out of any town they enter. So we need a system of notoriety for our games that still allow the PCs to walk throug…
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Phil and Simon discuss their syndicate runners and the progress of their horses along with shareholder social events and chat about current racing issues. They are then joined by former champion jumps jockey, Richard Johnson. From a background in farming, Richard discusses his journey into racing and his riding career as well as what he has been do…
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Xavier Noria of the Rails Core team adeptly delves into the intricacies of Zeitwerk in this episode. Our discussion extends to elucidate the distinctions among autoloading, eager loading, and reloading, shedding light on the nuanced processes that transpire during app deployment. Subsequently, we delve into an exploration of the technical challenge…
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Can you believe its been 500 Episodes? What a wild ride. It's been so much fun to take over the show and to get to be a part of this history. Our co-host Nick Schwaderer sat down with me to talk about the history of the show, what it's been like taking over, and some ideas for things we might experiment with in the future. I hope you enjoy it. Have…
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Drew Bragg is the host of Code And The Coding Coders Who Code It. We caught up to bring this special collaboration. Show Notes Code And The Coding Coders Who Code It - https://podcast.drbragg.dev/ Sponsors Honeybadger As an Engineering Manager or an engineer, too much of your time gets sucked up with downtime issues, troubleshooting, and error trac…
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Rafael França, an esteemed member of the Rails Core team, is our featured guest in this episode. Join us as he delves into his journey with Rails, sharing insights on his initiation into the framework and the eventual path that led him to become an integral part of the core team. Our conversation explores the intricacies of decision-making within t…
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I joined Chris and Jason on Remote Ruby to talk about podcasting, the beauty of the Ruby language, Ruby outside of Rails, and why you should probably be using a state machine. It was so fun getting to talk with them and I hope you enjoy this conversation. And, be sure to subscribe to Remote Ruby! Show Notes Remote Ruby - https://www.remoteruby.com/…
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Whew, we made it through Thanksgiving and man do we have a lot to be thankful for!! This podcast is definitely one of them!! Join us as we recap the day of food, we discuss vanity standards and working with Alder as well. Feedback always welcome: offcuts@stileboyz.comDe către Mitch Turner, Travis Johnson
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Ray and Ariel discuss how to make a villain that your characters will care about—specifically care about killing them ASAP. This episode covers a classic screenwriting technique called "Kick the Dog" which establishes the bad guy by having them hurt a helpless character in the world. Ray and Ariel review two great examples of Dog Kicking from the n…
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Simon and Phil discuss affordability checks, the Breeders Cup and the November meeting at Cheltenham as well as their own syndicate horses. They are joined by apprentice jockey Frederick (Freddie) Larson who is part of the Mick Appleby team and who was at the Breeders Cup when their horse Big Evs was victorious. Freddie tells us how he got into rac…
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Rachel is a core contributor to The Odin Project, an open source education project that helps people learn Ruby and Javascript. She joined me on the show to talk about the project, how she became involved, and her role with the team. Show Notes The Odin Project - https://www.theodinproject.com/ Rachel's Github - https://github.com/rlmoser99 Sponsor…
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