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How Elixir’s Ecto differs from Ruby’s ActiveRecord
It’s interesting how much lazy evaluation hurts ActiveRecord. This is another case where “explicit is better than implicit”.

I didn’t know ActiveRecord held onto database connections for so long.

Changesets and validations are where Ecto really shines.
elixir  ecto  ruby  activerecord  database  performance  sql 
5 days ago by jefframnani
Exporting significant SQL reports with ActiveRecord | Drivy Engineering
> The idea was to bypass ActiveRecord and use the underlying MySQL client which was providing the stream option.
rails  performance  activerecord 
5 weeks ago by f440

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