Object Shapes and Open Source (Brittany + Jemma)
June 15th, 2022
31 mins 11 secs
About this Episode
Brittany had questions about how to contribute to Ruby but luckily, Jemma was here to explain the process and explain her most recent proposal: Object shapes for Ruby. Object shapes are a technique for representing properties of an object. The two then debate reaching sustainable open source software.
Show Notes & Links:
- Feature #18776: Object Shapes
- Stripe Press — Working in Public
- GitHub user sends notification to 400k users
- Open Source is Not About You by Richard Hickey
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