As you all may know, our main blog is a very appreciable source for various PostgreSQL-relevant guides and tips. Our PostgreSQL experts publish content about different topics – e.g. Patroni, advanced PostgreSQL features, configuration settings, security, etc.
All of those posts have one thing in common: they are data- or database-centric. That’s why, that’s the theme of our main blog – it’s all about PostgreSQL & Data Science.
However, over time, the IT staff @ Cybertec has accumulated lots of knowledge on widely diverse topics. These topics can range from
docker tips & tricks to parameters for
psql. We’d like to share this knowledge with you, but it just doesn’t fit the theme of our main blog.
With that in mind, we created a new website: Today I learned @ Cybertec
Whether it’s a bug fix, a lesser known parameter of a command-line tool or a cool program we find useful – you’ll find something you’re interested in at Today I learned @ Cybertec.
The website is updated every day at 12:00 GMT+0, so remember to check it daily.
With PostgreSQL as our core business, we have open-source in mind. For that reason, the website and its content are completely open-source, check it out here.
If you have ideas to enhance the website, just create an issue on Github.
We hope this website will help a lot of people in their ongoing journey as developers!
How it works
Each day (at 12:00 GMT+0), a bot executed through a Github Action merges one post from our backlog (= approved PRs) into master.
As soon as a new commit lands on
master, the website is rebuilt and published by another Github action.
The whole process is public, you can watch everything happen here.