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MySQL Left Join

Even if you think you know everything about LEFT JOIN, I bet you will learn something or two in this post! The difference between the ON clause and the WHERE clause. A simple way to better understand a complex Matching-Condition with WHERE … IS NULL clause. The difference between the Matching-Conditions and the Where-conditions. A […]

Looking For Optimal Solution: Ruby On Rails and Mongrel

This article is part of “Looking For Optimal Solution” series, devoted to testing various Ruby On Rails deployment schemes and doing some simple benchmarks on these schemes. General idea of testing is to find subset of most optimal RoR deployment schemes for different situations.

This small article is about Rails+Mongrel setup and its performance. List of other tested deployment schemes, description of testing methodology and, of course, all benchmark results you can find on “Ruby On Rails Benchmark Summary and Findings” page.


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