Another day in Ottawa. Parts of the crowd attended the PL Developer Summit. Another part ventured the city. Personally I took the chance and got some sleep - only woken up by the room service, calling me and asking me when they can cleanup my room. H***, what is the reason of the “Do not disturb” sign on my door?
Second - and last day - of PGCon 2011 is over. It was a very good conference, I got new ideas and learned a lot.
Postgre NoSQL - that’s what Devrim was talking about in the Royal Oak pub. But more about his big failure later.
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