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great info and helpful understanding of how to get started with postgresqlPublished 1 month ago by Ryan
It's a very good guide to start working with Postgres. Just meet its subtittle: "Quick answer to common problems". Its easy to read it and include a lot of examples.Published 13 months ago by Rafael Otero Lorenzo
If you're familiar with any other DB (for instance MySQL) and you want to move to PostgreSQL than this book is simply the best.Published 15 months ago by Pawel Biel
A good read where I found some inside information I am currently using in my jobPublished 17 months ago by Xavier
The other reviews pretty much cover everything, but I wanted to get my star rating in.
If you're a sysadmin who has had to deal with the basics of keeping PG running and... Read more
The book is good but kindle version is missing commands in a lots of places. Nothing follows after semicolumn ...Published on December 9, 2011 by jurgis
To the Publisher:
The 'How to do it...' section of 'Backup database object definitions' is missing three pieces of example code, which should follow the colon in the... Read more
This book does exactly what it advertises -- it tells you what to do and NOT to do if you want your PG application to fly. Read morePublished on September 5, 2011 by Karl Vogel