PgCon 2012: One of the main PostgreSQL events of the year
PgCon 2012 is one of the main PostgreSQL events in the year, and Dan Langille announced today on the pgcon-announce’s mailing list the schedule of the event. I let to you the completed message from Dan:
The list of talks and speakers for PGCon 2012 has been released. For 2012, we once again have a strong collection of talks that will appeal to a wide range of attendees. Registration will open soon and we will send out an announcement when it does. Be sure to start making your travel plans now.
For more information on sponsorship opportunities, please see: http://www.pgcon.org/2012/sponsorship.php
Happy Hacking !!!
Fin a la injusticia, LIBERTAD AHORA A NUESTROS CINCO COMPATRIOTAS QUE SE ENCUENTRAN INJUSTAMENTE EN PRISIONES DE LOS EEUU! http://www.antiterroristas.cu http://justiciaparaloscinco.wordpress.com
The last meeting about FUDCon India on IRC
Rahul Sundaram published on the FUDCon Planning mailing list the last meeting about the planning for the FUDCon, on Pune, India.
Continue reading “FUDCon India Jul 22 IRC meeting minutes -UPDATED”
Today has arrived to my mailbox a Jesser Noller’s message from the Python Announcements Mailing List announcing the International Survey of the Python User Groups Organizers. If you don’t know to Jesser, he is a PFS board member and PyCon chair.
Continue reading “The Python User Group Organizers Survey”
Here is the message from Robert Newson announcing the new release of Apache CouchDB: Hello, Apache CouchDB 1.1.0 has been released and is available for download:
http://couchdb.apache.org/downloads.html Changes in this release:
Continue reading “Apache CouchDB 1.10 has been released”