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PDXPUG PostgreSQL Day Registration - July 22, 2007

Place: Oregon Convention Center, Portland, OR, Room F149

Thank you everyone who attended! If you're looking for the booth duty sign-up sheet, it is hosted on the Developer Wiki. If you can spend some time at the booth, please let us know!



Time: 11 am to 5pm, with a break for lunch at 1pm and a party afterwards


Content: 5 sessions covering PostgreSQL-related topics not included in the main program.


Invited: PDXPUG, PostgreSQL community members, Ubuntu Live attendees


Fee: Suggested donation of $20 to the PostgreSQL Fund



11a-12p: 50 Ways to Love Your Project, plus Life of a Patch, Josh Berkus

12-1p: Time-oriented databases in PostgreSQL, Jeff Davis & Selena Deckelmann

1-2p: LUNCH

2-3p: Build a PostgreSQL Web 2.0 Application in 10 Minutes, Rob Napier

3-4p: PostgreSQL and Solaris for large-scale applications, Theo Schlossnagle

4-5p: LedgerSMB Features & Architecture, Chris Travers






Planning on attending?


Please add your name below!

The wiki password is PDXugs.



  • Bryce Baril
  • Josh Berkus
  • M. Edward (Ed) Borasky
  • Michael Brewer
  • Phoebe Burns
  • Jeff Davis
  • Selena Deckelmann
  • Ken Drachnik
  • Joshua Drake
  • Rafael Fernandez
  • David Fetter
  • Trevor Hall
  • Rebecca Hansen
  • Kim Hatcher
  • Alvaro Herrera
  • Radovan Jablonovsky
  • Erik Jones
  • Steve Knopik
  • Rob Lemley
  • Yi Ma
  • Dan Milliron
  • Noel Proffitt
  • Tom Raney
  • Gabrielle Roth
  • Phillip "Flip" Russell
  • Rich Shepard
  • Mark Wong

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