[python-uk] PGDay UK - July 7th, London

Josette Garcia josetteorama at gmail.com
Thu Jun 11 16:14:36 CEST 2015

Dear Pythonistas

Thought some of you might be interested in the above mentioned conference.
There you will not only learn about the latest developments in PostgreSQL
but also have a look at the future of PostgreSQL - its use in banks,
government departments etc. Don't miss Tony Locke's talk - The Elephan & the
Snake: PostgreSQL & Python.


Top speakers at PostgreSQL user conference

The UK's only dedicated Postgres user event has announced an impressive line
up of technology and database software experts to inform and educate

PGDay takes place on 7th July at 30 Euston Square in London and is being
organized by the UK PostgreSQL User Group.

HM Government's Chief Technology Officer, Liam Maxwell, tops the bill and
will be speaking about how awareness of Postgres is growing in the UK,
predicting what the future will hold. Database technologist David Kennaway
will talk about how Postgres is being used at investment bank Goldman Sachs,
while 2ndQuadrant's CTO Simon Riggs will be tackling PostgreSQL Futures. 

Other topics covered on the day by more global experts include a look the
next version of PostgreSQL (9.5), the AXLE Project, and backup and recovery.

Simon Riggs commented: "PGDay UK is the must attend event for PostgreSQL
users, developers, fans or even if you're simply investigating the best open
source database for the first time. Delegates will learn about features
added to version 9.4, projects under development and the future direction of
the world's most advanced open source database."

For more information about PGDay UK 2015 please see


Would love to see you there.





Josette Garcia . Community Manager

2ndQuadrant.com . Blog:  <http://www.josetteorama.com/> josetteorama.com .


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