C# Corner Launches New Technology Category: PostgreSQL

C# Corner announces a new category, PostgreSQL, where you can learn about how to process and get the best out of data.

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Today, we've launched a new category focused on just "PostgreSQL". In this category, we will publish tutorials, learn series, videos, and news related to PostgreSQL only.

A free and open-source relational database management system, PostgreSQL, also known as Postgres, stresses extensibility and SQL compliance. It was originally called POSTGRES, referring to its history as a precursor to the University of California, Berkeley's Ingres database.

Facts about PostgreSQL:

  1. It was first released on 8 July 1996.
  2. The current release is 13.1 which was released on 20 November 2020.
  3. PostgreSQL complies with SQL:2011 standard.
  4. PostgreSQL can have a maximum table size of 32 TB, with a maximum row size of 1.6 TB and a maximum field size of 1 GB.
  5. In PostgreSQL, you can have 250 to 1600 columns per table. But there is no limit on the number of rows and number of indexes per table.
  6. All the leading ORM tools support PostgreSQL.
  7. PostgreSQL is Agile and DevOps friendly.

The category currently contains 14 articles and 1 Blog. These articles will help you learn PostgreSQL fast, easy, and fun. If you are an experienced professional these articles still can be helpful for you on how to work with PostgreSQL more effectively as a developer.

These articles and blogs provide you with a complete PostgreSQL tutorial presented in an easy-to-follow manner.

Calling Authors and Contributors

The C# Corner community is looking for authors, contributors, and speakers who can share their expertise in PostgreSQL. If you're in the PostgreSQL domain, or you write articles or blogs, we would love to read your content. We're also looking for PostgreSQL speakers for C# Corner local chapters. Speaking can be done in-person or online via webinars. If you're interested in contributing or speaking, do let us know.

Learn PostgreSQL

If you're interested in learning PostgreSQL or want to stay up-to-date, you should follow the PostgreSQL category so that you will get notifications when new content is posted.

Also, you can regularly visit this new section for all the latest articles, tutorials, news, blogs, and resources.

Cheers!