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PostgreSQL@FOSDEM 2010 - Call for talks

Posted on Dec. 3, 2009

FOSDEM is a major Free and Open Source event held annually in Brussels, Belgium, and attended by around 4000 people. As in recent years, the PostgreSQL project will have a devroom where we will be presenting a number of talks. The event will be held on the 6 - 7th February 2010.

We're looking for developers, users and contributors to submit talks for inclusion on the program. Any topic related to PostgreSQL is acceptable as long as it is non-commercial in nature. Suggested topics might include:

  • Migration of systems to PostgreSQL
  • Application development
  • Benchmarking and tuning
  • Spatial applications
  • Hacking the code
  • Data warehousing
  • New features
  • Tips and tricks
  • Replication
  • Case studies

We will have a number of 45 minutes slots, and may split one or more into 3 back-to-back 15 minute slots if we receive suitable proposals.

Please submit your proposals to:

fosdem@postgresql.eu

and include the following information:

  • Your name
  • The title of your talk (please be descriptive, as titles will be listed with ~250 from other projects)
  • A short abstract of one to two paragraphs
  • A short biography introducing yourself
  • Links to related websites/blogs etc.

The deadline for submissions is 22nd December 2009.

See you in Brussels!

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