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Episode #217 - October 25th, 2011

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Show some tender love for prepared statements, transmuter, watchtower, rails is not your application, spinach, and Rails for Zombies 2!

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Show some love for prepared statements in Rails 3.1 Jump to Story

Rails 3.1 added support for prepared statements when you database engine supports it which can speed up data response times. If you're not yet familiar with the functionality check out Pat Shaughnessy's post on the topic.

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