With PostgreSQL rated the most desired database in the world, along with 20% of previous Summit attendees having noted PostgreSQL as a database of interest, we have bolstered our educational program with Postgres specific sessions.
The leading-edge sessions we are offering feature renowned experts and community leaders and will be a highlight of our event alongside our 40,000 sq. ft. expo hall.
To provide a deep-dive into PostgreSQL for our attendees, we're offering two full day pre-conference sessions. The Monday pre-conference session will be delivered by Ryan Lambert, an esteemed member of the community, geared towards users with existing SQL experience that want an in-depth guide to open source geospatial technology. Tuesday’s pre-conference session will be led by Ryan Booz and Grant Fritchey, discussing the most important metrics to monitor across SQL Server and PostgreSQL, on-prem and in the Cloud.
We have had such an incredible response from the PostgreSQL community that the submissions of PostgreSQL focused sessions exceeded our goal for the first year of this shift in focus. On the back of this we have created a dedicated learning pathway consisting of five sessions and in addition we'll be selecting a range of session for the main schedule (full schedule announced 13th July). All of this carefully crafted content will equip attendees with the fundamental knowledge necessary to unlock the full potential of PostgreSQL.
Overall we are expecting around 2,000 attendees at this event, so join us for a great opportunity to connect, share & learn with peers and thought leaders in the PostgreSQL community. Find out more and register here: PASS Data Community Summit
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