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ALE Central Meeting – Feb 18, 2016 7:30pm

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Intro to PostgreSQL Programming in C

C is such a low level free-for-all that high level APIs can
be daunting. PostgreSQL’s “libpq” client library has numerous
interfaces tailored to a variety of application designs.
This presentation aims to demonstrate key database operations
using classic sequential programming and the C standard
library.

Phil Turmel of Automation Professionals is an Electrical
Engineer by training and an avid programmer from an early age.
Phil has more than a quarter-century of experience creating,
deploying, and maintaining industrial automation systems for a
diverse set of industries, including Paper, Petroleum,
Automotive, Food and Beverage, and Consumer goods.

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