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Cebit 2010 - PostgreSQL booth - first impressions

Die Deutsche PostgreSQL Usergruppe hat einen Stand auf der CeBIT 2010.

Hier erste Eindrücke vom Stand:




Erste Besucher waren bereits hier, unter anderem eine Gruppe Lehrer aus Belgien, die vor dem üblichen Problem stehen: in der Schule wird MySQL verwendet, aber aufgrund der aktuellen Situation ist man sich unsicher, ob das noch sinnvoll ist.

Update: Andreas Wenk war am ersten Tag hier und hat geholfen, die vielen Fragen der Besucher zu beantworten. Die Eindrücke hat er in seinem Blog beschrieben.

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The PostgreSQL User Group Germany were given the opportunity to have a booth at CeBIT 2010 and present the project. CeBIT is a very big IT-related exhibition and takes place in Hannover, Germany.The booth was sponsored by Linux New Media and located in th Comments ()

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