PostgreSQL CFP PASS Data Community Summit
Software and Booz – Shaken, not stirred
by Ryan
3w ago
The CFP for the 2024 PASS Data Community Summit is currently open, and we need you! Hosted in Seattle from November 4-8, we want to encourage even more participation from the PostgreSQL community this year. By many accounts, including the State of the Database Landscape report, PostgreSQL continues to be a required skill in new ... Read more ..read more
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PGSQL Phriday #016: Tuning That One Big Query
Software and Booz – Shaken, not stirred
by Ryan
1M ago
PostgreSQL continues to dominate in growth and interest by many people and teams across the globe. In my role at Redgate I’m often brought into conversations with long-time SQL Server developers and DBA’s that are now being tasked with learning Postgres. I was one of those people myself a few years ago. Aside from the ... Read more ..read more
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Changes to PGSQL Phriday Blogging Events
Software and Booz – Shaken, not stirred
by Ryan
2M ago
It’s been great to see the interest and participation of the monthly PGSQL Phriday blogging event grow over the last 15 months. And like any new venture, it takes time to see and understand the best way to organize it and what the best parameters are to encourage more participation from month to month. With ... Read more ..read more
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Review: PostgreSQL at PASS Data Community Summit 2023
Software and Booz – Shaken, not stirred
by Ryan
5M ago
PGSQL Phriday #014 is hosted by Pavlo Golub and we're talking about PostgreSQL events ..read more
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PGSQL Phriday #012 Contribution Summary
Software and Booz – Shaken, not stirred
by Ryan
7M ago
For the September 2023 edition of PGSQL Phriday I asked folks to write about what they were most excited about with PostgreSQL 16, possibly due to release within the next 10 days or so. Over the last few years as I’ve gotten more involved with the PostgreSQL community, the (essentially but not guaranteed) yearly release ... Read more ..read more
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PGSQL Phriday #012: What Excites You About PostgreSQL 16
Software and Booz – Shaken, not stirred
by Ryan
7M ago
We’ve done it! ??? One full year of monthly blogs hosted by the community and made possible through community submissions! It’s an exciting time to be celebrating this milestone with the PostgreSQL community, because in reality, the best of PostgreSQL in 2023 is still to come. What an exciting time to be a part of ... Read more ..read more
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The State of the Database Landscape Survey
Software and Booz – Shaken, not stirred
by Ryan
7M ago
In the world of technology, nothing ever seems to stay the same. I know that’s a somewhat trite comment at this point but “C’est la vie.” The database space is no different. Nearly every week some new development is announced. One day it’s a startup with a new approach to solving a tricky data-driven problem, ... Read more ..read more
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A Year of PGSQL Phriday Blogging Events
Software and Booz – Shaken, not stirred
by Ryan
7M ago
Not quite two years ago I had the privilege to give one of the sponsor keynotes at PGConf.NYC 2021. At the time I was a Timescale employee. But rather than focus solely on how Timescale could solve the problems of people in the room, the leadership gave me freedom to share a vision for increasing ... Read more ..read more
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Thoughts on PostgreSQL Partitioning and Sharding
Software and Booz – Shaken, not stirred
by Ryan
7M ago
For this month’s PGSQL Phriday #011, Tomasz asked us to think about PostgreSQL partitioning vs. sharding. This is a topic near and dear to me and I’m excited to think about it some this month. For 20+ years of database and application development, time-series data has always been at the heart of the products I ... Read more ..read more
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The Goat is Out! (Solving Problems, the Hard Way)
Software and Booz – Shaken, not stirred
by Ryan
7M ago
Years ago I read a blog post by Mike Walsh from StraightPath Solutions called You are Free: Career Lessons from a farm fence. At the time I was struggling with my role at work and an increasing desire to be more involved with the database community. This blog post lit a fire and encouraged me ... Read more ..read more
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