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Episode #28 - November 17, 2009

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Kunfu Rails conference in Shangai China, Wen-Tien Chang presented a talk on Rails Best Practices. He later published the slides from his talk on Slideshare and they provide some great code refactoring examples for your Rails application. Then, Richard Huang took several of these suggestions and wrote a gem which will inspect your application and give you code suggestions based on the tips in this presentation.

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