Why are you doing this?

The PostgreSQL Conference Series is designed to be a geographically strategic series of conferences that allow contributors, current users and future users/developers to learn and network. Our goal is to establish a series of forums for local developers, administrators, students, professors and users to mingle with leading PostgreSQL contributors. These forums will continue to be held in the United States. For International forums see the other conferences page.

The presentations are focused on educating the audience on what is possible with PostgreSQL including practical application, what developers and DBAs are doing right now and how that could help you. An attendee will walk away with tools and information they can apply. As well as more advanced topics about things you will be doing in the future.

Finally, we are using the conferences to raise funds to further use of PostgreSQL. The money we raise is used to support education efforts and community building such as sponsoring key developers to speak at other conferences. To experience PostgreSQL Conference, you have to attend, but here is a brief look at what you will be missing if you don't.

Your PostgreSQL Conferences team.