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PostgreSQL @ Chemnitz Linux Days 2010

Like the last years the PostgreSQL User Group Germany was present with a booth at Chemnitz Linux Days 2010, one of the big open source and community events in germany.

We were able to answer the obvious questions (see my CeBIT report) but since this is actually a community event and not so much business orientated, we were confronted with more  technical questions.

In addition to the booth i gave a workshop ("Optimize PostgreSQL") and a talk ("What's new in PostgreSQL 8.5 9.0"), slides here.

I would like to thank Andreas Kretschmer + daughter, Peter Eisentraut and my wife for the help during this two day event.

See you next year.

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