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1 parent 9f24895 commit 91a1981ffb11e21c82aa903cc7f3f0258d1e4d2f Evan Miller committed Jul 2, 2011
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@@ -61,7 +61,7 @@ compiler magic to provide clean, understandable controller logic, Django-style
templates, and an ORM based on Erlang's parameterized modules. The best part is
that the network I/O is 100% asynchronous so you can seamlessly integrate Comet
endpoints into your app, and you never have to worry about a slow database
-query slowing down unrelated requests.
+query dragging down unrelated requests.
CB ships with all the tools you need to build a feature-ful website, including
sessions, URL routing, filtering requests and post-processing responses,
@@ -70,7 +70,7 @@ long-poll and message queues, and internationalization (i18n). Read on for
*Databases*. Chicago Boss currently supports MySQL, PostgreSQL, Tokyo Tyrant,
-Mnesia, MongoDB, and Riak. In CB 0.5.4 and later, You can mix and match
+Mnesia, MongoDB, and Riak. In CB 0.5.4 and later, you can mix and match
databases by configuring Boss to use vertical shards. For SQL databases, the
conventions are similar to Rails (plural nouns for the table names, object_id
for foreign keys, etc.).

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