Pavlo Golub is hosting this month's PGSQL Phriday. The topic is 'PostgreSQL Events'.
The topic for this month's PGSQL Phriday blogging challenge is: pg_stat_statement. And Michael Christofides gave me a perfect opener in his invitation. For anyone who doesn't know, I'm running a weekly interview series with people from the PostgreSQL community. It's called 'PostgreSQL Person of the Week'.
This month's #PGSQLPhriday is hosted by Lætita Avrot, and she asks about triggers.
For this month's #PGSQLPhriday, Grant Fritchey asks: What is the one thing you wish you knew while you learn PostgreSQL.
Ryan Lambert asks in this month's PGSQL Phriday about non-relational data storage in PostgreSQL
Henrietta Dombrovskaya asks about Software Development and PostgreSQL. That's a very broad topic. Not being a big developer for myself, and only occasionally submitting patches here and there, I nevertheless have a vast amount of data available on the topic: the 'PostgreSQL Person of the Week' interviews! There are a few questions in the interviews which relate to this topic.
Pat Wright is running this month’s #PGSQLPhriday, and the topic is 'What is the PostgreSQL Community to you?'
Last week for 'PGSQL Phriday': Describe how you do backups for your PostgreSQL databases.
Thanks to Ryan Booz we now have the #PGSQLPhriday blogging series. The second edition is about backups. And of course also about restore.
This month's #PGSQLPhriday topic: pick your three favorite or most important best pratices for #PostgreSQL. Tell them in a form that two are true, one is a lie. See if you can spot which one is true and which one is false. The resolution is at the end of this blog posting.