Book Review: PostGIS Cookbook

The PostGIS Cookbook by Paolo Conti, Thomas J Kraft, Stephen Vincent Mather, and Bborie Park (buy from Packt) is a collection of how-to recipes for the PostGIS extension for Postgres. It is recommended for intermediate and even advanced PostGIS users. Novice Postgres/PostGIS users may also find it useful, but they will need to use it ...

Book Review: PostGIS in Action

PostGIS in Action by Regina O.Obe and Leo S. Hsu, provides a good introduction and reference to the PostGIS extensions to the popular Postgres database. It is recommended for anyone intending to use PostGIS. Although the book includes a primer and introductory coverage of SQL and Postgres, someone with limited experience in these areas will ...

Book Review: Beginning Spatial with SQL Server 2008

“Beginning Spatial with SQL Server 2008” by Alastair Aitchison is a good introduction to the geospatial features introduced in SQL Server 2008. It is primarily aimed at developers who have SQL Server experience but with limited or no geospatial experience. It is recommended for such developers who wish to build a geospatial database, or to ...