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Rails 2 and 3?

 
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Is your book aimed at Rails 2 or Rails 3?

If both, did you find that the anti-patterns changed between version? For example, are there some anti-patterns that are actually hard to implement in Rails 3 that were common in Rails 2?
 
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We wrote the book aiming at Rails 3. While some of the solutions have become much simpler since Rails 2, none of the AntiPatterns have disappeared.
 
Galen Palmer
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Cool. Picked up the e-book last night. Only a chapter into it but so far this is the best Rails practices book I've read since Agile Web Development with Rails. Great job!
 
Tammer Saleh
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Thanks a lot, Galen! Glad you're enjoying it!
 
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