June 6, 2021 · 3 min read
Installing TimescaleDB on mac is easy. Simply install Timescale via Homebrew and you're all set up. Except you're not. If you need multiple local Timescale versions or you already have installed Postgres before, you're out of luck. There's an easier way to set up PostgreSQL with Timescale on Mac and to manage multiple versions: by using Docker.
May 9, 2021 · 3 min read
If you want to get Postgres on macOS working, you can easily use `brew install postgres`. But this way also has its drawbacks. Managing multiple versions or doing major version upgrades becomes a pain. There's an easier way to set up PostgreSQL on Mac and to manage multiple versions: installing Postgres with Docker.
April 18, 2021 · 3 min read
From starting a clean Mac to developing backends with Postgres with it takes some setup. At the end of this article, you'll have PostgreSQL version 12 set up on your mac, accepting local http connections with password auth.
October 16, 2020 · 2 min read
As software developers, we have powerful tools we sometimes don‘t think of. A few days ago I was waiting for a press release on local government‘s website. I knew the day, but not the time that the update should come. So I wrote a BASH script.