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PostgreSQL UK Conference 2008

From: "Dave Page" <dpage(at)pgadmin(dot)org>
To: "PostgreSQL EU General" <pgeu-general(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: PostgreSQL UK Conference 2008
Date: 2008-03-05 19:37:49
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The first UK PostgreSQL Conference will be held on 2nd April 2008 in
Birmingham, United Kingdom.

Although the theme for the day is "PostgreSQL in the UK", the conference is
open to all - so, register now via http://www.postgresql.org.uk/ and book your
travel!!


The schedule for the day includes talks from a variety of PostgreSQL
community members, users and companies, including:

* Simon Riggs, author of PITR and partitioning in Postgres - speaking
on PostgreSQL in the UK.

* Dave Page, pgAdmin lead developer and PostgreSQL Core Team member -
discussing how the PostgreSQL project works.

* Chris Fewtrell, Claranet - describing Claranet's Postgres-based
order management and invoicing system, Messina.

* Duncan Beeby, EnterpriseDB - discussing how a number of UK companies
are using Postgres and why.

* Sun Microsystems, talking on Postgres in the Data Centre.

* Richard Huxton, PostgreSQL community member - speaking on integrated
full text search in PostgreSQL 8.3

* Mark Cave-Ayland demonstrating integration of map data with PostGIS.

* Mark Taylor/Duncan Gibb, Sirius - discussing enterprise class Postgres

* Tim Retout, Credativ - speaking on integrated monitoring for Postgres.

Further information about the talks, speakers and conference itself
can be found at:

          http://www.postgresql.org.uk/

Registration is open now, so book early to avoid disappointment!! We
look forward to seeing you there.

--
Dave Page

PostgreSQL UK 2008 Conference: http://www.postgresql.org.uk

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