Confessions of a PostgreSQL DBA

Circa 1988.  I entered the technology space, writing SAS/JCL on an IBM 3270 for the Federal Government.  There was something missing though. Countless merges, duplicate data filtering and large data sets all seemed like a horrible waste of resources and, more importantly, time. Not only that, SAS user guides filled my entire cubicle, making it nearly impossible to evolve the skill set quickly.

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