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PostgresOpen 2019 - Call for Papers!

Posted on 2019-06-05 by Postgres Open

The Call For Papers for PostgresOpen 2019 is now open!

PostgresOpen, the community recognized conference series in the United States, is back! Our eighth annual conference will be held September 11th - 13th, 2019 in Orlando, Florida at the Rosen Centre Hotel.

If you are working with PostgreSQL, please go here and submit a talk!

Presentations can be on any topic related to PostgreSQL, including, but not limited to:

  • case studies
  • experiences
  • tools and utilities
  • migration stories
  • existing features
  • new feature development
  • benchmarks
  • performance tuning
  • data science
  • diversity & inclusion

Anyone and everyone in the PostgreSQL community - or outside of it! - is encouraged to submit a talk. Talks will be accepted up until June 30th, Anywhere on Earth (AoE), also known as: 2019-06-30 23:59:59-12:00.

Speakers will be notified by July 7th, 2019 AoE, with the schedule to be published once selected speakers have confirmed.

Become a Sponsor

The 2019 PostgresOpen Committee looks forward to bringing the best PostgreSQL presentations and tutorials from speakers around the world to Orlando, Florida - we're only able to do that with support from our great sponsors!

Please visit this page for the prospectus if your company is interested in giving back to the community through sponsoring PostgresOpen 2019.

PostgresOpen is an associated project of the United States PostgreSQL Association (PgUS). Any profits from the event go to PgUS (an IRS 501C3 non-profit) to fund future PostgresOpen events and support the PgUS mission. Please visit their official website and consider becoming a member to help promote the growth and education of PostgreSQL in the US!

Early Bird Registration

Early Bird registration for PostgresOpen 2019 will open on June 10th! If you want to get a head start on saving your room at the conference, you can find more information on our venue and conference group rate here.

Sustainability

This year for the first time, PostgresOpen has committed to providing an environmentally friendly conference experience, involving an organized approach to integrating sustainable materials and processes throughout the conference. Our goal is to introduce small, manageable changes working our way to more effective permanent changes to how our conference is managed; through these actions, we intend to contribute in a meaningful way towards a greener and more sustainable future.

More information regarding our initiatives and commitments to providing an environmentally friendly conference experience will be made available soon on our website.

Contact Information

We look forward to celebrating our 8th conference year with everyone in Orlando!

Any questions? Please contact us at contact@postgresopen.org.

Sarah Conway Schnurr

PostgresOpen Conference Organizer

https://2019.postgresopen.org/

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