Conference Highlights

Jul 15 Working with JSON Data in PostgreSQL vs. MongoDB

Developers love working with JSON. Document stores like MongoDB have proved to be very popular. Both MongoDB and PostgreSQL have built-in support for the 'JSON' data type. Understand the pros and cons of working with JSON in both of these databases - when should you use MongoDB vs. PostgreSQL? If you are already comfortable with PostgresSQL, should you continue to use it for your JSON data? In this session, Dharshan will delve into both the functional aspects and non-functional aspects...

Jul 07 A Deep Dive into PostgreSQL Indexing

Indexes are a basic feature of relational databases, and PostgreSQL offers a rich collection of options to developers and designers. To take advantage of these fully, users need to understand the basic concept of indexes, to be able to compare the different index types and how they apply to different application scenarios. Only then can you make an informed decision about your database index strategy and design. One thing is for sure: not all indexes are appropriate for all circumstances, and...

Jul 29 Debugging with PostgreSQL

Depending on the project, debugging can take 50 to 90% of development time. But it usually gets less than 10% of the press. PostgreSQL has great tools for debugging, but they are most effective when deployed as part of an overall strategy. We will look at strategies for debugging PostgreSQL: how to find bugs, how to fix them, and how to keep them from happening in the first place. We’ll look at root causes, technical tricks, and scientific strategies, and why — even if you can’t always...

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