I had the pleasure to be invited to speak at All Your Base Conference 2015 about PostgreSQL (of course). The conference gathers together lots of user experience around data management and database products, either in the now classic meaning of the word (I mean relational database management systems here) or the newer set of trade-offs represented by the NoSQL set of tools.
Le 21 avril prochain se tient le premier pgDay Paris: une conférence PostgreSQL d'une journée complète. Il s'agit de 8 conférences sur votre base de données préférée par des conférencers internationaux, incluant des retours d'expérience et une analyse de l'utilisation des derniers développements en cours dans notre projet de base de données préféré.
I was lucky to participate as a speaker to the Nordic PostgreSQL Day 2015 and it's been another awesome edition of the conference. Really smooth, everything has been running as it should, with about one hundred people at the conference.
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.
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...
PostgreSQL comes with an awesome bulk copy protocol and tooling best known
\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
started: it provides with error handling for the