Mind. Blown. Excellent episode, very much looking forward to more like this in the future.
May have said it already, but you asked for it, so here it is. This episode was great and I would love to see more internals videos like this. Not just routing but maybe ActiveRecord chainable queries and the like as well.
Thanks for the great work!
Definitely enjoyed the look at Rails internals - I'd really hope you look at doing some more!
+1 For interested in this type of railscast. I'd love to hear more about the internals of routes. Also, internals of other ruby projects like bundler and arel would be interesting.
Ryan! This was amazing!
I don't think everybody understood it but it is very nice to have a more complex episode.
For people who are new to rails there are a lot of "old" screencasts. But this is something totally different :)
I hope this will encourage people to look in the source code.
once again thanxs! very nice
This cast about Rails routes design is particularly interesting and very educational, thank you! Impressive work.
Great episode! thanks for working through rails internals.
Hello! Great screencast. Hope to see more about Rails internals!
Thank you, Rayan!
I'm looking forward for more advanced rails code walkthroughs :)
Hi Ryan! Thanks for this one! I would definitely like to see more on rails internals :)
Great idea for an episode! I'd love to see more of this :-)
Great episode! I personally am definitely for having more episodes like this, because when anyone reaches a high level of expertise, one of the only ways to evolve remains to read the source. Your help with this will be greatly appreciated IMHO. But there should be some stuff for beginners too.
Awesome episode! More episodes like this would be infinitely useful. Thanks Ryan!
Great episode (as always, actually). I would be highly interested in more episodes like this. I find it really interesting how the internals of Rails work but going through the code on your own can be quite overwhelming sometimes.
Loved the episode, I hope to see more like this. The internals of rails has always scared me and I never know where to start, so thanks for this.
Excellent episode, I look forward for more like this because is the best way to improve my skills on Ruby and Rails itself. Thank you, Ryan.
Very nice episode.
I would really like to see more on the rails internals.
i love this episode sooooo much.because it show me how to read rails's source code. thank you ryan!very great job.
Thank you for the screencast, Ryan.
I also would like more episodes about the internals of Ruby on Rails 3.0.
A great episode, and would love to have more Rails internals episodes like this one. Thanks Ryan -- great work as always.
Realy nice screencast as always.
That was one of the best screencast.
I would love to see more like that. Thx
Great as usual.
Walking through internal is something rails guru should encourage more often.
Looking forward for other episode like this one...
Maybe on active record ?
Thank you Ryan for great episode. it is a really cool idea to make screencasts about internals of rails! Thank you!
Great show. I liked looking at the Rails internals. More shows like this every now and again would be great!
Pronounce it roots and rooting - please! :)
Great screencast as always. I would love to see an episode (or a series of episodes) on ActiveRecord internals.
Great job, Ryan. Thank you so much!
Thanks for your videos, Ryan.
I'm particularly interested on more screencasts peeking inside Rails source code!
I would love to see more episodes like this! Thanks Ryan.
Another great episode! Much appreciated! I would also love to see more episodes like this.
Great episode, it is very good to show how to study rails code :-]
Great episode, Ryan. More of those please! :)
Great episode, I'm sure I will watch it many time!!
I would like to watch more episodes about internals of Rails :)
Great episode, thank you su much for showing a way to read Rails code in a easier way
Great episode!, definitely interested in episodes like these
+1 for Mato's suggestion of ActiveRecord internals, especially the differences between Rails 2.3 and Rails 3.
Coming to think about, I should probably get my hands dirty and do it myself.
Thanks, Ryan. That was awesome.
I would also be interested in more episodes like this one.
Thanks for the great series of videos... has helped me tremendously!
Enjoyed the screencast very much. Do more of these :)
Great episode Ryan. Routing has been a pet peeve of mine for a long time now.
Hopefully with this episode and some more reading, it will never come back to haunt me in the future.
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