** Call for Papers **
Starting today, the usual "call for papers" is open so if you would like to present something interesing and relevant at the conference, send us
some basic info to email@example.com. Especially we need this:
* contact info (name, phone, company)
* topic of the session (abstract, what is the goal, etc.)
* expected length (usually 40 minutes)
* whether you have already presented this session (or a similar one) at another conference
We're really interested in traditional session from the user/developer point of view, as well as in business view. There are many interesting topics related to PostgreSQL, but let us list several examples just for inspiration:
* new, unique and unconventional ways how to use PostgreSQL
* migrating production systems to PostgreSQL
* DWH systems based on PostgreSQL
* hacking PostgreSQL code
* running PostgreSQL in unconventional (e.g. embedded systems etc.)
* database products based on PostgreSQL (forks and derivates in general)
* problems when deploying PostgreSQL
* pros and cons when deciding whether to use PostgreSQL or some other database (from developer/user/manager point of view)
* current trends in DB world (e.g. NoSQL)
* other open source databases (Firebird, MySQL, ...)
Or some other interesting topic, related at least loosely to PostgreSQL ...
We'd like to have two english-speaking guest, the rest of the conference will be in czech language.
** Schedule **
The call for papers ends on January 9, 2011 (i.e. 10.1.2011 00:00). The schedule will be announced til Friday January 15 and the registration will be open at the same time.
** Acknowledgements **
We'd like to thank The Department of Software Engineering of the Charles University in Prague for helpful and flexible negotiation and for providing us the place.
** Schedule **
* call for papers - 13.12.2010 - 9.1.2011
* announcing schedule and opening registration - 15.1.2011
* the conference itself - 10.2.2011
** Contacts **
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