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Fighting the Hydra of N+1 queries

A huge insight into the problem of N+1 queries with Rails: starting from the junior-level stuff (what is it and how to fight it) moving to the usage of bullet gem, hardcore problems caused by the complexity of the application and DRY/OO patterns used — and ramblings on how to tackle the problem at its root.

https://evilmartians.com/chronicles/fighting-the-hydra-of-n-plus-one-queries

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