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<cite>Ars Technica</cite> names PostgreSQL "Server Application of 2004"

Posted on Jan. 3, 2005

Linux.ars at Ars Technica, "The PC Enthusiast's Resource", has selected PostgreSQL as its Server Application of the Year for 2004, stating "PostgreSQL provides a very reliable solution.... Sporting many advanced features missing from other available database packages, PostgreSQL is a perennial favorite for many of our developers."

Covering a wide spectrum of personal computing topics, Ars Technica features well-written, in-depth articles on topics including hardware, operating systems, chip architecture, software, and game software and platform.

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