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The preliminary PGCon 2009 schedule has been released.
PGCon is the premiere PostgreSQL conference. It is simply the best
place to meet other PostgreSQL people and learn more. The talks are
absolutely amazing, not to mention the great social atmosphere.
If you're looking to hire any PostgreSQL talent, PGCon is the place to
be. You'll find more PostgreSQL people (DBAs, coders, web developers,
core contributers) than at any other conference. If you're looking for
a PostgreSQL job, bring your resume!
If you are a PostgreSQL hacker or would like to be one, PGCon will have
more committers and major contributors present than any other
conference. Tom Lane will be giving a special talk on how to get your
If you're a PostgreSQL user, this year's conference includes more user
content than ever before: 6 DBA technique sessions, 5 performance &
scaling sessions and 6 talks on new 8.4 features. Take a look at the
Plus four tutorials:
The full schedule is at:
Please start making your travel plans now. Sponsorships are available
for companies who want to be a part of the event and send their staff to
learn more about PostgreSQL.
BSDCan - The Technical BSD Conference : http://www.bsdcan.org/
PGCon - The PostgreSQL Conference: http://www.pgcon.org/
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