Citus Con: An Event for Postgres is a free and virtual developer event that took place Apr 12-13, 2022—and we owe a huge THANK YOU to everyone who participated in the first ever Citus Con—from the attendees to the 42 amazing speakers. We trust you had fun and learned a lot.
Keynotes: Andy Pavlo of Carnegie Mellon provided a glimpse into the future with The Building Blocks for Self-Driving Postgres; Magnus Hagander presented a new talk about PostgreSQL—more relevant than ever; and Umur Cubukcu of Microsoft (and former co-founder of Citus Data) gave a talk about 8 keys to the growth of Citus and Distributed Postgres.
More Talks: All 38 Postgres talks from Citus Con are now online for you to watch: 3 keynotes, 15 Postgres deep dives, 5 Citus engineering & 6 Citus customer talks, 3 ecosystem talks, 2 PG community talks, and 4 Azure Database for PostgreSQL talks. And the Schedule page has all the abstracts and speaker bios—plus links to the videos on YouTube.
Citus Con: An Event for Postgres will be back in 2023. Subscribe to get email updates when the next Citus Con is announced, when the CFP opens/closes, when the scheduled is posted, and other important news about the event. And if you do the Twitter thing, you can follow @CitusCon on Twitter and use the #CitusCon hashtag.