PostgreSQL Developer s Guide
Design, develop, and implement streamlined databases with PostgreSQL
About This Book
Design efficient, real-world database solutions and extend your knowledge of database concepts
Learn how to program using native PostgreSQL procedural languages to write custom functions
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