While Postgres is a great piece of software sometimes how the pudding gets made isn’t as pretty. While community members have good intentions, sometimes they just don’t see eye to eye. Here’s a bit of inside baseball among the community.
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Upsert isn’t the only new thing in Postgres 9.5, and while we’re still several months away from 9.5’s release the wiki is starting to show a great picture of what’s new including a brand new index type.
Postgres has a lot of awesome datatypes, but if you can’t easily use them in your web framework then they’re much less useful. This post walks through several awesome and less common ones including hstore and arrays in Django.
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