Back From FOSDEM 2015

February, 09 2015

The FOSDEM 2015 edition has been awesome this year, the usual mix of meeting with old friends, talking about interesting topics, seeing tremendous activity in all Open Source domains, and having Belgium beers in the evenings.

 

My First Slashdot Effect

January, 22 2015

Thanks to the Postgres Weekly issue #89 and a post to Hacker News front page (see Pgloader: A High-speed PostgreSQL Swiss Army Knife, Written in Lisp it well seems that I just had my first Slashdot effect...

 

New release: pgloader 3.2

January, 16 2015

PostgreSQL comes with an awesome bulk copy protocol and tooling best known as the COPY and \copy commands. Being a transactional system, PostgreSQL COPY implementation will ROLLBACK any work done if a single error is found in the data set you're importing. That's the reason why pgloader got started: it provides with error handling for the COPY protocol.

 

Mercredi 8 octobre se tiendra le prochain Meetup PostgreSQL à Paris dans les locaux de Mozilla Europe, dont la capacité est de 90 personnes ! Venez nombreux !

 

PHP Tour, La Video

September, 10 2014

En juin dernier se tenait le PHP Tour 2014 à Lyon, où j'ai eu le plaisir de présenter une conférence sur PostgreSQL en 2014.

 

Next month, Postgres Open 2014 is happening in Chicago, and I'll have the pleasure to host a tutorial about PostgreSQL Extensions Writing & Using Postgres Extensions, and a talk aimed at developers wanting to make the best out of PostgreSQL, PostgreSQL for developers:

 

Earlier this year we did compare compare Aggregating NBA data, PostgreSQL vs MongoDB then talked about PostgreSQL, Aggregates and histograms where we even produced a nice Histogram chart directly within the awesome psql console. Today, let's get that same idea to the next level, with pgcharts: