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Standup Blog: 11/19/2009

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One project is releasing soon but has not yet been indexed by Google, what’s the best way to get Google to index the website quickly?

How do people distinguish between nil and a cache miss when using Memcached and Ruby?

  • Some suggested using a :symbol to represent nil

form_for @object sometimes posts to the wrong action, has anybody else seen this?

Comments
  1. Joe Simms says:

    Re: Google indexing, I always add analytics and webmaster services to the domain and seem to get indexed quickly, maybe that will help if you haven’t already done so.

  2. Jose Boza says:

    One project is releasing soon but has not yet been indexed by Google, what’s the best way to get Google to index the website quickly?

    A. link to the website from an important page, that is visited by google’s spider frequently

  3. grosser says:

    just cache false instead of nil

    result = cache xxx do
    blub || false
    end
    if result.nil ?

  4. David Stevenson says:

    We tracked down the issue that we thought was a “form_for” problem. It ended up being an SSL requirement + page caching collision. Clearly, SSL requirement will be ignored if you do page caching, so it’s important to think about that. We’re going with not page caching our #new forms for the moment.

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