Ruby Rogues: How to Reduce Friction at the Authorization Layer
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Ruby Rogues: How to Reduce Friction at the Authorization Layer

🎙 This week I joined the Ruby Rogues to talk about rails and authorization – specifically my recent post on the topic.

We chatted about GitHub, conventions, communication, authorization, DSLs,  Flipper Cloud, shame, centralized config + sync, Oso (which I mistakenly referred to as Snyk) and more.

The episode couldn't be more different than my two recent interviews on the Slow & Steady and Founder Quest podcasts. Those two stuck to business and career.

In contrast, the Rogues stuck tightly to code, so if you are in the mood (and who isn't...) for catch/throw, instance_eval and memoization, you can listen here.

Enjoy!

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