PostgreSQL Development Services
Searching for a PostgreSQL programmer for your company? You definitely came to the proper place. “Echo Ukraine” offers IT staffing services and project based development. We pleasantly help you to find the best worker or a team for remote work. All our programmers are accomplished professionals experienced in developing personalized products using the new techs, including POSTGRESQL, Ruby on Rails, PostgreSQL, Symfony, Neo4j, Cordova, Sharepoint, SAAS, Java, Apache Kafka, Microsoft. You can also hire us as a PostgreSQL development company and delegate full-cycle development services to us.
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- Number 1 Ukrainian coders with more than 5 years of commercial experience.
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- Clear contract with predictable bi-weekly invoicing.
We help you execute your plans by providing proved PostgreSQL coders who can get involved in your company and promptly start delivering first-rate code. Get in touch with us and look over the CVs of candidates available for hire today. Also, you can read “PostgreSQL Developer Salary in the US and UK compare to Ukraine” to reveal the true cost of hiring.
TOP5 PostgreSQL Programmers in February 2018
1 Yana S.,Age: 30, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org,
Skills: PHP, JS, HTML/CSS, PHP (Wordpress), Bootstrap, JS (jQuery), MySQL, PostgreSQL, AJAX
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2 Roman S.,Age: 26, Skills: PHP, JS, Python, JS (jQuery), Scrum Master, Python (Django), MySQL, PostgreSQL, AJAX
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3 Mykola M.,Age: 24, E-mail: email@example.com,
Skills: Python, Java, C++, Scrum Master, SQL, PostgreSQL
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4 Andrew O.,Age: 26, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org,
Skills: JS, Python, Java, JS (jQuery), Python (Django), MySQL, PostgreSQL, NoSQL (MongoDB)
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5 Andriy M.,Age: 31, Skills: Python, C, MySQL, PostgreSQL, MSSQL, AJAX
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Questions and Answers related to PostgreSQL Development
“In UI world there’s a thing called principle of least surprise / principle of least astonishment. Basically, things reasonably expected to work should work in reasonably expected way and avoid astonishing user. SQL can also be considered a UI of a peculiar sort. When I was shortly exposed to MySQL, I had to work with all sorts of legacy or otherwise surprising gotchas, quirks and limitations that simply should have been eliminated from MySQL, but weren’t. That was annoying.”
“Views in SQL are a means of treating complex queries in the same way as “ordinary” tables. These are most commonly referred to as “views”. Most databases allow for declaring them using CREATE VIEW my_view as select. These stored views are then part of the catalog and can be referenced by name just like tables. Some databases (including PostgreSQL) even allow for updating them under certain circumstances…”
“Yes, you can use JSON and JSONB (the binary compressed form which is likely what you want) both with PostgresSQL and Sequelize. The docs lay out how to use each both for storing and for accessing data. Sequelizer is an ORM and as such if your json represents an entity or model, then you will save that entity by creating the entity with the properties contained in the json to be able to save it in the database.
“Not possible in practice. 1PB require 250 hard disks a 4 TN (I have no idea how big disks are nowadays) and that is without any redundancy. Connecting so many devices is difficult in itself. And you get a single point of failure and low performance and so on. Consider Greenplum, which is an open source scale-out transactional database build on Postgres…”
Consider asking some of these questions during a job interview to assess candidate’s skills.