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PGDay Caribbean 2014 - Sommer, Sun & PostgreSQL

PGDay Caribbean 2014 is a one day PostgreSQL conference which takes place on August 1st, in the beautiful city of St. Martin in the Caribbean. The event follows a well known pattern from other PGDay events: great talks, good community, drinks - and we add summer and sunshine on top.

The Call for Papers will be opened tomorrow, but we have a limited number of seats, so head over to the conference website and make your reservation today!

See you in the Caribbean! 

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Josh Berkus on :

Ads, I'm happy to see that you finally scheduled this! Of course you can expect to see me there; I'll sumbit several talks including "Transaction Logs are for Sissies". Now, if only the Tahitian Oceanographic Institute would confirm for pgDay South Pacific ...
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Andreas Scherbaum on :

Ok, I changed this to reCaptcha - hopefully it's better now.
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