Back-end Basics with Node.js, PostgreSQL, Sequelize, and FeathersJS
Violet Suber
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This is great, thank you for writing this up! I hope it’s ok if we include it in the October Feathers newsletter :)

One way to get around the createdAt error would be to let Sequelize create the table automatically once the application is started for the first time and it doesn’t exist yet. I think the database still has to be created first though.