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Upcoming SecCasts Live: Rails Vulnerabilities

nVisium is doing its first Rails-focused SecCasts Live in two (live, of course) sessions on March 18th. Ken Johnson will present the top 3 most dangerous issues we regularly encounter in Rails applications along with steps to fix your applications. Registration is free and encouraged to take part in the live Q&A, but the recording of the session will be available later at SecCasts.

Find_each: get your data efficiently

Do you know what is find_each? No? This method can help you to access your data efficiently. Visit this article and start to improve your queries in big tables. Full article. Enjoy!

Link to article needs to be fixed.
Don’t care about the link. Article is in some strange language…
Hey Juan… might be good next time to mention that the article is in Spanish. A …

Disable the Capistrano Stats Prompt Manually.

Since not every build tool uses a non-tty method of deployment, the Capistrano deploy will fail. This behaviour is undocumented at the moment, and requires a manual workaround. This post details how to disable the prompt, as well as how this could be found. I think this is one of the biggest advantages of open source, the ability to look through the source code to find answers to you problems.

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