PostgreSQL Course

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Who will the Course Benefit? Who will the Course Benefit?

Anyone who has a working knowledge of PostgreSQL but needs to enhance this to include PL/pgSQL, additional functions, and techniques to monitor and optimise query performance.

Skills Gained

The delegate will learn and acquire skills as follows:

  • Advanced datatypes and datatype conversion
  • Using regular expression patterns and functions
  • Using Analytical functions
  • Using extensions to the Group By clause
  • Using WITH clauses and Common Table Expressions (CTE)
  • Working with transaction management
  • Creating Stored Program Units with PL/pgSQL
  • Using best practice options to optimise query execution
  • Loading and Unloading data with the COPY option

Loading and Unloading data with the COPY option Course Objectives Course Objectives

To provide a broader set of PostgreSQL skills for someone who currently has a good working knowledge of PostgreSQL.


This course assumes a good working knowledge of PostgreSQL SQL. This can be obtained by attendance on the pre-requisite SQL for PostgreSQL course.


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