DC PostgreSQL User Group, June 2018
Many thanks to Stephen Frost of Crunchy Data and Brad Sneade of LiveSafe for inviting me to speak about my book Practical SQL at the DC PostgreSQL User Group in early June! The night featured good food, fun conversations, and tales from me on how a journalist came to write a book about PostgreSQL and data analysis.
I shared tips I picked up along the way on using PostGIS, crosstabs, statistics functions, and Python within PostgreSQL—all topics I cover in the book.
The DC PostgreSQL Users Group features a warm, inviting atmosphere. Check out its Meetup page and consider stopping in if you’re in the region.
A few tweets from the evening:
— Brad Sneade (@bsneade) June 4, 2018
Next time, I will bring a bigger screen …
“A Writer’s Journey Into PostgreSQL” presentation by @anthonydb about his book Practical SQL https://t.co/dZzuHHf3fV Code: https://t.co/1u8GkwVRow Meetup: https://t.co/msJrF87F4M pic.twitter.com/u0fMZM3fbI
— Greg Linch (@greglinch) June 4, 2018