We were so happy to meet you all and answer your questions live on our live AMA with thoughtbot developers on June 23rd. Thank you for submitting your questions and showing up.
In case you’ve missed it or want to watch it again, here is the recording:
Here are the key moments from the live AMA with thoughtbot developers.
Mike Burns shared his experience working on Paperclip, a file-uploading library. He also shared how opening and fixing bug reports in open-source projects that he uses every day is also a rewarding thing to do.
💡 Check out our Open Source page to learn more about our Open source contributions.
thoughtbot is all about teaching and learning. We upskill each other constantly through sharing - Louis Antonopoulos
Pair programming is something that we do a lot at thoughtbot when working on internal and client projects. Here are some free resources shared during the event to help you practice pair programming at your job:
- Working together Guide
- Pairing is Caring
- How to get better at pair programming
- RubyConf Mini 2022: Empathetic Pair Programming with Nonviolent Communication by Stephanie Minn
- Ping-Pong, Paired Programming
Besides those key moments, we also answered other questions such as:
- How do you approach adding new rails features like importmaps, etc., in current/future contract projects for your clients?
- What is the key skill for working as a consultant at thoughtbot?
- What are the challenges when working remotely? 🌐
To wrap up the event, we drew the giveaway for our “20-for-20” eBook. Congrats, Matthew D, for winning a copy of our 20th-anniversary eBook giveaway 🎁
Thank you, everyone, for showing up and sending your questions. And for being part of our journey.