This post is my contribution to the PGSQL Phriday #014 blog post series. Here’s the invitation:
Recently I met Kelvin Omereshone, based in Nigeria, for a session on his show Teach Kelvin Your Thing (TKYT). Here’s the description of the show:
This week I’m participating in a virtual social learning experiment run by Phil Eaton / https://twitter.com/eatonphil, called “#wehack PostgreSQL Internals”.
Just got back from the whirlwind 🌪️ of PGConf NYC 2023 in Midtown Manhattan.🗽
A few months ago I joined the SaaS Developer Community to learn more about challenges SaaS developers face.
I had the chance to join Drew Bragg on his podcast “Code and the Coding Coders who Code It” and we had a great conversation.
On August 8, 2023 I had the chance to present to the San Francisco Bay Area PostgreSQL User Group (SFPUG) on our case study for a recent online table partitioning migration. The main tools we used were PostgreSQL 13 and...
This month’s PGSQL Phriday #011 prompts bloggers to write about Sharding and Partitioning in PostgreSQL.
Benedikt Deicke (co-founder of UserList) recently hosted me on the Slow & Steady podcast (co-hosted by Benedicte Raae). Our main topic was Database Constraints, why they’re useful and how to use them.
In Part 2 of this 2 part PostgreSQL 🐘 Table Partitioning series, we’ll focus on how we modified the Primary Key online for a large partitioned table. This is a disruptive operation so we had to use some tricks to...