Paris, September 17th 2019
We are glad to announce that the PostgreSQL Session #12 will be held on November 21st in Paris! Would you be interested in submitting a talk in English or French?
The call for papers is open!
Each talk should last 30 minutes, questions included. We are looking for talks on the following subjects:
- What’s New in PostgreSQL
- Use Cases
- Migration to PostgreSQL
- Performance Tuning
- Backup and Restore
- Data Warehouse / Big Data
Talks can be either a case study, a Proof of Concept, a tutorial, a benchmark or a presentation of a new feature. Of course, any other migration related topics (monitoring, hardware, replication, etc.) is welcome.
The submission deadline is October 7th.
Please send your proposals to email@example.com.
We would also need a little information about yourself and your talk, such as:
- First Name and Last Name
- Twitter Account (if any)
- Short Biography (contributions to the PostgreSQL community)
- Talk title
- Talk abstract
- Any specific needs
Slides should have a free license (GNU/GPL, BSD, PostgreSQL, Creative Commons BY-SA 3.0 or compatible), and sent to Dalibo. We will post the slides on PGSession’s website after the event. Moreover this day will be broadcast on our Youtube channel, and all the lectures will be recorded and published after the Session. By sending a proposal, you agree to be recorded and waive any compensation for it.
We will be happy to pay back the travel and one-night accomodation expenses to the selected speakers not living in France.
About the PostgreSQL Sessions: The PostgreSQL sessions are designed to be a time to discover and meet the community. Each session consists of lectures organized around a specific theme and a guest. The proposed talks aimed at all levels and all profiles: Developer, Administrator, Project Managers, IT Managers, etc. Entry is free and open to all, within the limits of available seats.
About Dalibo: Founded in 2005, Dalibo is the leading PostgreSQL company in France. Not only we provide services, training and support to its clients, but we also keep contributing to the PostgreSQL community.