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☔ Johannes Agreed. After having worked a lot in clumsy ORM-heavy codebases (recently, using Laravel's Eloquent) I'm very interested in more directly DB-oriented solutions. What I wonder when I read about stuff like this though is how folks usually version control stored procedures.
🌊 Goran I'd say store procedures as .sql files and that's pretty much it.
🏒 Lucian Marin Your sive.rs/pg and later articles about PostgreSQL made me doubt my assumptions about memory caching. Since then I never touched Memcached or Redis. All data needs are handled inside PostgreSQL.