Thank you feedback! I did some edits to the post that worked in the points you made.
Right on. :)
I guess my question is... a few of the things I suggested were all fixing the same fundamental concern, which is running a SQL query (efficient!) and then taking the result and iterating over it in Ruby (not efficient!). Do you feel confident that you've internalized how to properly kick ass moving forward?
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