Walking Through Postgres with Ellis Valentiner

posted Oct 5, 2017, 1:37 PM by Phil Huhn   [ updated ]

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Wednesday March 6, 2019 · 6:15 PM at Atomic Object

Food Sponsor: Cowork Ann Arbor, 323 S. Main St., Suite B (in the alley), phone: (734) 896-1295

PostgreSQL is a powerful, free, and open source object-relational database system with a strong reputation for reliability, feature robustness, and performance. This talk will introduce the Postgres database system and walk-through creating and administering a Postgres cluster, loading and querying the data, and show case some of Postgres's lesser known and differentiating features. During the presentation we'll setup new Postgres databases on a local computer and on a remote server. Using real data, we'll see how to populate a database, how to configure access, and how to execute basic and more complex queries.

PostgreSQL

About the Presenter

Ellis is a Senior Data Scientist at Powerley. He has been using Postgres since 2014 to access and manage datasets used for analytic reporting and software applications.

Ellis is also an organizer for the Ann Arbor R User Group and Ann Arbor Machine Learning meetups.