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Episode #274 - May 22th, 2012

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Dimension your Rails under a microscope, Open the struct2 for ActiveRecord reputation, and assign values to a figleaf.

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Pat Shaughnessy has released the first chapter from his upcoming book “Ruby Under a Microscope”, which aims to teach people how Ruby works internally. The book not only covers concepts, but also includes some code examples in Ruby. The title for the first chapter is ‘How Hashes Scale From One To One Million Elements’.

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