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Cheyne — 2 posts

Heroku, by default will not serve compressed assets, forcing your users to download the full weight of your uncompressed JS and CSS. Here's how to serve up compressed versions of your assets, speeding up your client response times considerably.
Serving Compressed Assets With Heroku and Rack-Zippy
If you have a Rails side project hosted with Heroku and you're using the basic or dev database with the fixed row counts, you might want to consider reading this post I wrote about monitoring the total row counts and receiving email notifications when you get close that to nasty 10,000 or 10 mil mark.

Heroku Postgres Row Limit Email Notifications