Ten years ago, on July 8th, 1996, the PostgreSQL project went on the Internet via a small web server in Toronto. To commemorate that event -- as well as offer a chance for many members of our community to meet for the first time, in person -- we will be having a small conference from July 8 to 9 in Toronto, Canada.
This 2-day event will feature numerous presentations and community sessions to let community members share their knowledge. Many major contributors to PostgreSQL will be there, and most of them will be speaking or leading coding sessions: Tom Lane, Bruce Momjian, Tatsuo Ishii, Gavin Sherry, Neil Conway and more. At the event we will also discuss and coordinate community advocacy and fundraising efforts.
If you are an active member of the PostgreSQL community ... invidividual or corporate ... you need to come. Register now for reduced Early Registration rates.
The PostgreSQL Anniversary Summit is sponsored by Afilias, EnterpriseDB, GreenPlum, Pervasive, Sun Microsystems and others.
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