While making progress with both
Event Triggers and
Extension Templates, I
needed to make a little break. My current keeping sane mental exercise seems
to mainly involve using
Common Lisp, a programming language that ships with
about all the building blocks you need.
pgloader is a tool to help loading data into
PostgreSQL, adding some error
management to the
COPY is the fast way of loading data into
PostgreSQL and is transaction safe. That means that if a single error
appears within your bulk of data, you will have loaded none of it.
will submit the data again in smaller chunks until it's able to isolate the
bad from the good, and then the good is loaded in.
twitter I got to read an article about loosing scope
with some common programming languages. As the blog article
Lost in scope
functional programming languages and plays with both
Erlang, I though I had to try it out with
Common Lisp too.