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PostgreSQL Server Programming by Jim Mlodgenski, Kirk Roybal, Hannu Krosing

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Availability of developers

This has been one of the most hilariously fun parts of my development life. I recently recommended using PostgreSQL for a reporting system in a local company. The company in question wanted to know if they chose PostgreSQL, would anyone on staff be able to maintain it. So I began to interview the developers to find out about their experience with PostgreSQL.

Me: Do you have any experience with PostgreSQL?

Developer 1: Yes, I used it at the last job for a product fulfillment project, but I don't think very many people have that experience. We should probably stick with MySQL.

Me: Do you have any experience with PostgreSQL?

Developer 2: Yes, I used it at the last job for a reporting project, but I don't think very many people ...

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