Actually, all the videos from the conference are now available online, which is great. But for those, who are as lazy as me :), I am posting here both my and Chad’s presentations – enjoy!
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Just wanted to make sure one more time, that all my friends in Chicago remember about the 2Q PG Conf, which will take place in Chicago on November 9.
I’ve already mentioned earlier, that I will be presenting at this conference, but now the whole schedule is published, and you can see, that all the speakers are just extraordinary!
Hope you can attend!
I was waiting for the videos to be uploaded, but since I am not sure when this is going to happen I figured out I will at least post my presentation. If you compare it with the one I’ve presented at PG Open 2016, you’ll see lots of improvements.
Here is it:
Usually I start to write about any conference I am attending while still at the conference. But this time around I had such a busy time, there were so many things going on, that I didn’t… and even now, two days after the conference, I am not sure where to start 🙂
Overall the conference was great. The weather in San Francisco was beautiful, the hotel was great except of the usual “too-much-air-conditioning” .
This time I didn’t sign up for any of the tutorials. so the day I came, I just met several people (which is always the goal at a conference in any case), and we also had the speakers dinner (a very nice one!).
Hey fellow Postgres enthusiasts, especially a Chicago bunch! A friendly reminder, that today is a deadline for the 2Q PGCONF talks submission. If you didn’t submit anything, there is still time, just 1-2 paragraphs highlighting the main idea of the talk will be sufficient. Let’s show that Chicago CAN!
It is my pleasure to advertise an event, which will be happening in Chicago in November: 2Q PGCONF 2017.
This conference is organized by the 2ndQuadrant, and it will be held in two locations: New York Nov 7-8 and Chicago Nov 9. Participants can register and/or submit their talks for each of the locations separately.
If you ask me, I think that a one-day conference is great thing. It’s much more doable, then several days conference, and your manager is way more likely to agree to you being one day away from work, than several :). This being said…
– Please consider participation (please register on the web site)
– Please consider submitting a talk (the deadline in Aug 22!)
– Please help us to find sponsors!
It will only happen in September, but I wanted to give all my friends an advanced notice, that I will be there! My talk was accepted, and I’ve confirmed that I will be able to present, so it’s all official.
Please visit the PG Open website, and if you are in the area and want to meet – I am definitely staying for Saturday after the conference!