Excellent writeup! ++ for the tips. I had noticed Tim's Slides on search.cpan.org > Recent but have not yet had the time to read through them. I guess I will today. :-)
Now you've got me thinking I need to do some profiling on Class::DBI and see if there are any speedups I can find. I'm using it on all my projects for the huge increase in programmer productivity. I've always wondered how much it was costing me in DB processing time (not that I've cared up till today... :-)
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