A couple of week ago I had the chance to participate into the PGConf NYC 2014 Conference, one of the biggest conferences about PostgreSQL worldwide.
Hier soir se déroulait le troisième Meetup PostgreSQL à Paris, et je crois pouvoir dire que tous les participants étaient ravis de cette édition.
Last week some PostgreSQL users, contributors and advocates have organized a really great conference in Stockholm, Sweden, where I had the please to give the following talk:
In our previous article Aggregating NBA data, PostgreSQL vs MongoDB we spent time comparing the pretty new MongoDB Aggregation Framework with the decades old SQL aggregates. Today, let's showcase more of those SQL aggregates, producing a nice histogram right from our SQL console.
When reading the article Crunching 30 Years of NBA Data with MongoDB Aggregation I coulnd't help but think that we've been enjoying aggregates in SQL for 3 or 4 decades already. When using PostgreSQL it's even easy to actually add your own aggregates given the SQL command create aggregate.
Notre première rencontre des utilisateurs Parisiens de PostgreSQL avait eu lieue le 28 novembre 2013 et a fait l'objet d'un billet de présentation ici-même : l'article Groupe d'Utilisateurs PostgreSQL à Paris annonce la création du groupe !
The code of
El-Get has been pretty stable for a long time now. About the
whole set of patches against the
4.x series has been about bug fixing corner
cases (sometimes cases that had nothing
cornery about them too) and
providing more and more recipes. That's what you expect from a
software, and that what allows us to move to a
rolling releases model.