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March 22 - 24, 2018
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April 16 - 20, 2018
Jersey City United States
May 04 - 05, 2018
Dhulikhel Nepal

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  • It is with great pleasure that we announce the final program for PGConf Local: Seattle. The schedule is still being hammered out but we have finalized the content that will be presented. Please join us in celebrating Postgres in Seattle!The conference is the first Postgres event to be held in Seattle since 2009 and we have received a lot of posi...
  • Expanding the NYC Conference October 18, 2017
    We just announced the dates and the CFP for PGConf 2018, our 7th Postgres Conference in the New York City area. We are back at the Westin in Jersey City April 16th-20th again this year just across the river from Manhattan and an easy PATH ride to all things New York. As we learn from year to year, we evolve based on our attendees and sponsors fe...
  • PGConf APAC 2018 October 10, 2017
    The International Postgres conference  series continues to grow! PGConf APAC 2018 is the latest PGConf.Org addition.Following the success of two consecutive pan-Asia Postgres event - pgDay Asia 2016 and pgDay Asia 2017 held along with FOSSASIA, we are pleased to announce PGConf APAC 2018 to be held in Singapore from 22nd to 24th of March, 2018. ...
  • PGConf South Africa October 04, 2017
    We just finished the first PGConf South Africa and it was a fantastic success. When we first started thinking about the event, we were considering 30 people attending as a good turnout and there were nearly 60 people in attendance. To put that in perspective, the first PGDay New York event in 2012 had 55 people attend. I can honestly say that So...
  • Oh my goodness, Data Days!When we rescheduled PGConf US Local: Seattle from August to November we did so due to attendee feedback. It was amazing - people didn't want to go to a conference on Saturday in August (I wonder why). I know, we should have known but it was a new model and we tried. We are extremely pleased with the results of the shift...