24 Feb '14, 4pm

Rails Quick Tips - ActiveRecord Ordering, from @mattpolito on the @hashrocket blog

See the difference? When the symbol is passed, the query is built using fully qualified and properly quoted column names. Most of the time your query will run fine but this does matter! The issue comes up when you start joining tables or merging queries. Without the column being fully qualified with the table name, your query may produce an ambiguous match. This occurs when your joined tables have columns with the same name.

Full article: http://hashrocket.com/blog/posts/rails-quick-tips-activer...

Tweets

Rubyflow Rails Quick Tips - ActiveRecord Orderi...

rubyflow.com 24 Feb '14, 9pm

Rails Quick Tips - ActiveRecord Ordering Posted by mattpolito on February 24, 2014 — 0 comments Turns out that using strin...

Hashrocket Blog - Rails Quick Tips - ActiveReco...

hashrocket.com 08 Mar '14, 2pm

See the difference? When the symbol is passed, the query is built using fully qualified and properly quoted column names. ...

Gigafactory

teslamotors.com 26 Feb '14, 9pm

As we at Tesla reach for our goal of producing a mass market electric car in approximately three years, we have an opportu...

Quick abstracts of YAML or JSON documents

pivotallabs.com 25 Feb '14, 3pm

When I work with unfamiliar YAML files specifying deployment manifests, product metadata, serialized records, etc. I want ...