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postgresql book - practical or something newer?

From: Tom Hart <tomhart(at)coopfed(dot)org>
To: Postgres General List <pgsql-general(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: postgresql book - practical or something newer?
Date: 2008-01-29 17:53:25
Message-ID: 479F6815.5070609@coopfed.org (view raw or flat)
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Hey everybody. I was just informed that our organization has a credit at 
amazon.com and asked if I had any books I wanted. I've been thinking 
about getting a postgresql book, and from what I've seen and read 
Practical PostgreSQL seems to be the standard (as well as co-authored by 
Joshua Drake, somebody that has helped me many times on this very list) 
but the fact that it's based on 7.x worries me. I started using 
postgresql with 8.x on windows and I'm wondering if this book and it's 
teachings will help me or if I should look at something targeted at 8.x 
or windows. What do you guys think?

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Tom Hart
IT Specialist
Cooperative Federal
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Syracuse, NY 13210
(315) 471-1116 ext. 202
(315) 476-0567 (fax)


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