The PostgreSQL Conference, U.S. series is having a PgDay on Saturday,
September 19, 2009 at The University of Georgia in Athens, GA, less
than 90 minutes from Atlanta. PgDay will be a single-day event located in
historic Old College on the University's beautiful North Campus.
Recently named number 5 in Kiplinger's Personal Finance "10 Best
Cities of 2009" list, the Classic City is famous for its music, food,
and Southern hospitality; come enjoy the city with members of the Postgres
community as we gather to discuss the world's most advanced open
Talks should be aimed for a mixed audience of students, faculty,
application developers, and DBAs; possible topics include:
- 8.4 Features
- Interesting uses of PostgreSQL (in voting, education, libraries, etc.)
- SQL (query optimization, nifty tricks, use of PLs, etc.)
- Administration tips (performance, scaling, backups, etc.)
- Migration tips
To submit your presentation proposal, please go to:
The Call for Presentations will close on August 1st.
Thanks, and I hope to see y'all in Athens!
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