5 Question Interview with Twitter Developer Alex Payne

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5 Question Interview with Twitter Developer Alex Payne — None of these scaling approaches are as fun and easy as developing for Rails. All the convenience methods and syntactical sugar that makes Rails such a pleasure for coders ends up being absolutely punishing, performance-wise.


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