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PostgresOpen SV 2017 - Less than a month away!

Posted on 2017-08-09

We are down to counting the days until PostgresOpen SV 2017 in downtown San Francisco, September 6th to 8th!

Check out our exciting schedule, which you can go to now here:

https://postgresql.us/events/schedule/pgopen2017/

There's only a week left to take advantage of our discounted hotel rate at the wonderful Parc 55 in downtown San Francisco! Get your hotel room booked now:

https://aws.passkey.com/e/49007744

Our trainings and sponsored workshops are filling up fast now, be sure to register for the conference and the sessions you're interested in:

https://2017.postgresopen.org/tickets/

Be sure to find and join your local PUG and PG-related meetups and get a discount code from them!

Special thanks to our sponsors! Be sure to check them out as we've just added on our third Diamond sponsor, and thanks to all of our Platinum, Gold, Silver, and Supporter sponsors, and we've now added Community Partners as well!

This year we are pleased to be able to recognize our three Diamond sponsors:

2ndQuadrant

CitusData

Microsoft

And our Platinum sponsor:

Heroku

Be sure to check out our site to see all of our Gold, Silver and Supporter sponsors, and our Community Partners here:

https://2017.postgresopen.org/sponsors/

Sponsorship opportunities are still available! Please visit https://2017.postgresopen.org/becomesponsor/ to review our prospectus.

PostgresOpen wouldn't be able to happen without the tireless efforts of the individuals at the United States PostgreSQL Association (PgUS), please consider joining!

https://postgresql.us

PgUS is the non-profit organization which backs PostgresOpen and other events, such as PGDay Austin happening in just a few weeks! Check it out here:

https://pgdayaustin2017.postgresql.us/

We look forward to seeing everyone in San Francisco in less than a month!

Any questions? Please contact: program2017@postgresopen.org.


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