Wednesday, February 16, 2011


This month's PyGTA meeting featured Chris Browne, who talked about PostgreSQL which he uses extensively. He did manage to mention Python a few times, since it is one of the languages available in PostgreSQL for writing store procedures, but the talk focused on the changes in version 9. Sadly, the new features are nothing I am likely to use or need in the near future. As much as I like PostgreSQL, I have to admit I use only a very tiny portion of it's capabilities.

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