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DATE 2014-11-09
FROM Ruben Safir
SUBJECT Subject: [NYLXS - HANGOUT] Postgres Lecture
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There is a Very good meeting this month at Bloomberg for Postgres
Database

Pass this one because the space s limited at Bloomberg and you most RSVP


Postgres is likely the single most important database used today and is a
guenuine job skill asset.




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Monday, November 24, 2014

6:30 PM
Bloomberg

731 Lexington Ave, New York, NY (map)

Please enter on Lexington Ave. between 58th and 59th street. At the
desk please indicate you are here for the NYLUG meeting and you will be
directed to security, where you will need to present your ID and have a
photo badge printed.

Jim Mlodgenski and Jonathan S. Katz

-on-

Intro to PostgreSQL

Note: WE ARE MEETING AT BLOOMBERG!! We'll need names, and you will
need IDs. RSVP will open Nov 10, 2014, Monday 4:30pm.

Created in 1985, open-sourced in 1996, and still revolutionizing the
data world in 2014, PostgreSQL (or "Postgres" for ease of pronunciation)
has gone from being the "best-kept secret" in the relational database
world to the "default choice."

So what makes PostgreSQL special? What does it do well? What does
it not do well? How well does it actually perform? What does the
future hold for PostgreSQL and its community? Join Jonathan S. Katz &
Jim Mlodgenski as they provide an overview of PostgreSQL, with
information such as:

* Key Features that make PostgreSQL easy-to-use, such as:
* Data Types
* Indexing
* Things you had no idea a database could do
* PostgreSQL Performance Metrics and Debunking "Slow
* Performance" Myths
* Extensibility
* PostgreSQL Tools
* The Future (or at least the future of PostgreSQL)

Afterwards:

Join us for drinks at a nearby bar. Details TBD.

Links:

http://www.postgresql.org/ - Postgres homepage

Speaker Bio:
Jonathan S. Katz is CTO of VenueBook, a Director of the United
States PostgreSQL Association, a co-organizer of the New York City
PostgreSQL User Group, and co-chair of PGConf US 2015. He focuses on
advocacy in the PostgreSQL community and speaks on a range of
PostgreSQL-related topics (including range types!) at conference
throughout the world.

Jim Mlodgenski is the CTO of OpenSCG, a Director of the United
States PostgreSQL Association, a co-organizer of the New York City
PostgreSQL User Group and the Philly PostgreSQL User Group, and co-chair
of PGConf US 2015. Jim has been working with PostgreSQL for over 10
years, including being Chief Architect at EnterpriseDB, and co-authored
the book "PostgreSQL Server Programming."




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