I'm not a postgres developer.. and really, all of this information is on the
postgres website.. But I liked reading PostgreSQL by Korry Douglas and Susan
Douglas (ISBN: 0735712573) which gave me all the information I needed about
PostgreSQL itself as well as the various API's. I found them pretty easy to
understand and use. I'm also a C programmer (novice) and the C api (libpq) is
pretty easy to understand if you understand databases.
However, I seem to work better having hard bound copies I can read in meetings
and carry with me. The online documentation is far superior than some of the
competing products, I would certainly start there.
> Jaime Casanova (systemguards(at)yahoo(dot)com) composed today:
> Hi all,
> I'm a young developer with some knowledge in various programming languages including C. Nowadays, i'm not capable to contribute to any part of the postgresql project but i want seriously learn what i need in order to contribute.
> Can you guys tell me where can i start?
> Where can i find usefull information about Databases programming techniques?
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