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nice presentation, use case for using views was very well presented. I've run into similar situations albeit on a different technology stack - .net framework w/ nhibernate and then again on my current project where the orm is subsonic and I did use dB views for performance reasons too, so it was great to see using dB views on the rails platform and also got a taste of how to implement views - one of the drawbacks to using views was keeping things synced up during migrations (adding attributed to models (say)) - perhaps rake task might help - not sure though ... great talk!
0 · August 16, 2013
Hey guys, thanks for coming out last night and thanks to Chris for hosting. I published my slides from last night's talk to the web here: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Zee0fWXLvCaRrQ38uhnWicTRVYYZapXd8vQyjpJPz0w/pub?start=false&loop=false&delayms=3000#slide=id.p
Joe, didn't see your message go by so get it touch if you want to talk more about your project.
0 · August 14, 2013
While there was only one presentation, this presentation was great. It was great to learn about DB views. I believe it may be just what I need for a project I'm working on.
0 · August 13, 2013
always great source of info
I do iPHONE, ANDROID, node.js and Big data. But I also have a couple of published Medical Apps. Mostly for cardiology. But I am more interested in talking about medical stuff than the tech.
0 · August 5, 2013
We mostly try to stick to tech or process talks. Talking business domains is easy to lose a significant chunk of the audience. You up for a 5, 10 or 20 minute talk on node or big data? :)
0 · August 8, 2013
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