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  • - Poorly tested code is almost as bad as not testing at all. has_many = > �has_many: through � (clear migration path) one database server = > multiple database servers (requires community to create new tools. no clear migration path out of the box) ** Could spend six months designing the system so that it supports all the functionality and has extensibility points

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  • - Poorly tested code is almost as bad as not testing at all. has_many = > �has_many: through � (clear migration path) one database server = > multiple database servers (requires community to create new tools. no clear migration path out of the box) ** Could spend six months designing the system so that it supports all the functionality and has extensibility points

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  • : friendships,: conditions = > "status = 'accepted'",: order = >: screen_name has_many

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  • RegistrationClass Model #attributes name, teaching_post_id, start_date, end_date has_many :student_admissions belongs_to : teaching_post

    ginger's thoughts » Rails Authorization Plugin

  • Emulate has_a (), has_many (), might_have () and meta_info ()

    search.cpan.org

  • Emulate has_a (), has_many (), might_have () and meta_info ()

    search.cpan.org

  • Displaying the data from a has_many relationship is simple using for person in @photo. people but for a belongs_to relationship I cant figure out how to do @person. photo.title (obviously this isn't working for me) in xml builder.

    townx - Comments

  • Yes, it's good. has_many: bugs,: through = >: rails: Active Record Query Interface 3.0

    Infovore

  • Yes, it's good. has_many: bugs,: through = >: rails: Active Record Query Interface 3.0.

    Infovore

  • I'm probably best known in the Ruby community for my blog, has_many: through and the occasional conference presentation.

    RubyCorner

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