[EuroPython] invitation to register to PGDay Europe 2010; December 6th and 7th in Stuttgart

Massa, Harald Armin chef at ghum.de
Wed Nov 24 13:39:24 CET 2010


Hello Fellow Europythonistas!

PostgreSQL is the philosophically most compatible Database to Python: a
BSD-style licence, community owned starts with the letter "P" and you can
extend the server with Python written procedures!

PGDay is the biggest (and only) European PostgreSQL Conference. It will be
in a great venue in Stuttgart - google or bing for "Stuttgart
International".

There are  two (and a bit) days left to
register for the annual European PostgreSQL Conference, pgDay.EU 2010,
being held in Stuttgart on December 6th and 7th, with a day of
training sessions on the 8th.

   http://2010.pgday.eu/

With over 40 talks in a mix of English and German, this is an event
not to be missed if you're a PostgreSQL user, developer, hobbyist, or
are considering a deployment. There are a wide range of topics
including talks on GIS, interoperability and migration, high
availability and monitoring, business around PostgreSQL and case
studies, as well as more academic topics.

On day three we have a number of training courses available, including
a two part course on PostGIS, presented by one of the leading
developers, Mark Cave-Ayland from Sirius, deployment of applications
in the Cloud with Servoy presented by Robert Ivens from Roclasi, and a
two part PostgreSQL administration course (in German) given by Andreas
Scherbaum for EnterpriseDB.

Finally, as attendees from previous PGDay's will have come to expect,
EnterpriseDB will be hosting a party for everyone on Monday night -
definitely not one to miss!

So, talk to the boss, fill out those pesky travel requisition forms,
and head on over to the registration page!

   http://2010.pgday.eu/register

Best wishes,

Harald

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