I am an Applications Developer at the Macaulay Library, part of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. This library houses the world’s premier scientific archive of natural history audio, video, and photographs. I work on databases and APIs for storing metadata about and searching through our collection. I have been an avid user of PostgreSQL for the past 12 years, attempting to straddle the line between database administrator and backend developer.
Jeremy Smith presents 2 Events:
Building JSON from Relational Data at Postgres Conference 2020
Life without ORM: is it possible and how we can get there at Postgres Conference 2020