PostgreSQL Conference Europe is pleased to announce that the schedule for the 2014 event, to be held in Madrid from 21st - 24th October, has now been published.
As well as a wide range of talks for PostgreSQL users, developers and decision makers, we’re pleased to announce that our opening keynote speaker will be Matt Asay, Vice President of Community at MongoDB, who will discuss how PostgreSQL and NoSQL databases can work together, and where each shine on their own.
The schedule is, of course, subject to changes, and a few slots are still empty as we work to confirm the last set of speakers.
PostgreSQL Conference Europe 2014 is the sixth annual PostgreSQL Conference Europe, previous events having been held in cities such as Dublin, Prague and Amsterdam attracting hundreds of PostgreSQL developers and users. For more information and to register, please visit the website.
A discounted "early bird" registration rate is available until 15th September. A discount room rate at the conference hotel is available until 8th September, so we suggest you book your accommodation soon!
We still have seats left at some of the training sessions held the day before the main conference, taught by PostgreSQL experts from around the world, that are subject to availability at a first come first serve basis. See the training section on the website for details.
We look forward to seeing you in Madrid!