It looks like we have a speaker for October 11 :) SFPUG, meet Kurt.
Kurt, SFPUG. Kurt, will you be needing things like network,
Now to finalize the space...
On Thu, Sep 29, 2005 at 06:30:09PM -0400, Kurt Overberg wrote:
> Hi there,
> My name is Kurt Overberg, we were chatting on the postgresql IRC channel
> about your users group meeting on October 11th, 2005. Its not usually my
> thing, but I'll give anything a shot once.
> Some basics:
> Been using postgresql for the past three years at a Word-Of-Mouth marketing
> company. We've grown from 0 users to over 100,000. Our website is now
> serving 1.2 million+ hits per day. I'm using pretty vanilla
> Apache/Tomcat/JDBC to access it, and postgresql has been a STAR performer.
> My talk may be kinda boring, because nothing has ever gone wrong with it.
> I did have to retreive some data that was accidentially deleted once. That
> was nerve-wracking, but dennisb and the other people in #postgresql helped
> me through it, and I recovered the data just fine.
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