Our Call for Papers is now open!
Whether you're a user or a developer of PostgreSQL, we would like to hear your story. You can talk about your open source project, your success with PostgreSQL in the enterprise, your favourite extension or any other related topic.
The deadline for submitting a proposal is 2017-12-31 and all authors will be contacted by 2018-01-08. If your presentation is selected, you will get free registration for the conference.
|Successful operation and/or interesting failures||Writing extensions such as Foreign Data Wrappers etc|
|PostgreSQL internals hacking||Performance tuning|
|PostgreSQL in your business||Clustering and High Availability|
|Application development with PostgreSQL||Case studies or War stories|
|Migrations to PostgreSQL||Devops and best practices|
Presentations are 45 minutes long after which there will be time for questions. The conference is single-track so the attention from the crowd will be all yours. Since we are targeting an international audience all presentations must be held in english. Speakers need to register but of course get free entry (and free food).
We are now accepting submissions. Please submit your proposal by setting up a speaker profile, if you already have a profile - please take a minute to review it. Once you have a profile, this page will provide a link to a form where you can submit one or more talks for Nordic PGDay 2018. When the site prompts for a login, use your regular postgresql.org community account.
This year we are accepting submissions in cooperation with pgDay Paris which will be held two days after Nordic PGDay. A select number of speakers may be invited to give their presentation at both events. If you are interested in doing this, please pick the track for both conferences in your submission. Your presentation may still be accepted to just one of the events, so if acceptance to both events is a condition for your ability to attend (for example due to travel), please state this in the submission notes.
The deadline for submitting a proposal is 2017-12-31 and all authors will be contacted by 2018-01-08.