Tuesday, October 16

Tag: NOSQL

Why should you learn PostgreSQL?

PostgreSQL
A few weeks ago I asked one of my colleagues why I should learn PostgreSQL. Harald’s answer was: “To start any new journey of learning, asking ‘why’ is an excellent question. It gives us both a direction to send us on our way and an expected destination. Without a clear path to follow, our brains tend to filter out new information.” He then came up with some very valid reasons to learn PostgreSQL. SQL is a powerful tool to get data under control Why should we learn Structured Query Language (SQL)? SQL was initially created to enable non-IT specialists to query information from datasets without needing to ask a programmer for help. SQL aimed to be much more powerful than interfaces such as query by example, and more flexible than prebuild reports. The objective was to enable (more…)
NoSQL with PostgreSQL 9.4 and JSONB

NoSQL with PostgreSQL 9.4 and JSONB

Giuseppe's PlanetPostgreSQL
The introduction of the JSONB data type in PostgreSQL, definitely makes the “NoSQL” side of this relational DBMS come out: this introduction meets the requirements of all those who prefer a data structure in a “key-value” array, dictionary style (widely used in the field of development) and, at the same time, ensures all the advantages of a relational database. (more…)