Are you running any type of Rails app in production? I’d love to have you on my podcast to talk about your tech stack, lessons learned, etc. There’s already 90+ episodes

Hi,

About 18 months ago I started a podcast to chat with folks about how they're running both small and large web apps in production. For about an hour we'll talk about your project's tech stack, lessons learned and general tips for building and deploying your app.

The podcast is at: https://runninginproduction.com

The Rails specific episodes can be found here: https://runninginproduction.com/tags/rails

There's 10+ Rails episodes at the moment, such as [Chris from GoRails](https://runninginproduction.com/podcast/12-learn-ruby-on-rails-through-screencast-tutorials-on-gorails) and [Jason Charnes from Podia](https://runninginproduction.com/podcast/77-podia-has-everything-you-need-to-sell-online-courses).

This is the first time I'm posting a request here for submissions. I really hope to have some of you on. All submissions are welcome. That means personal side projects all the way up to large deployments running at scale.

If you want to be on the show, please fill out this short form to get the ball rolling https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdaCRorXztETX1rQxcYT67OTkF3BKb-max99RYpRPrEiO-sKw/viewform. Or, if you know someone who is interested please direct them to the above form.

Thanks!

**Just a quick update #1**: There's been 12 submissions so far and I've replied back to everyone. Looking forward to chatting with all of you!

If anyone else wants to request a spot on the show please don't hesitate to fill out the form above. The more the merrier.

6 thoughts on “Are you running any type of Rails app in production? I’d love to have you on my podcast to talk about your tech stack, lessons learned, etc. There’s already 90+ episodes”

  1. I subscribe to your podcast, awesome stuff 😀

    I’d totally love to hear more Rails people talking about their approaches, I’m in Heroku, Rails, Postgres, Redis, Bootstrap & Hotwire land right now I’m quite enjoying it 😀

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  2. Wow! Super amazing. I haven’t heard about this before, but it is definitely what I have been looking for!

    I would love to hear from you guys. Specially those of you that are not in the AWS Ecosystem with multiserver deployments in Rails.

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  3. I liked the interview with DNSimple. I’ve been using them for years for my business DNS. A really solid, high quality service. Cool to hear how it came together.

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