To finish out 2023, Pavlo is inviting us to think about PostgreSQL events and write about our experiences. While the world of in-person events started to open up again in 2022, there’s no doubt that 2023 has been really busy in all parts of the world, especially for our beloved PostgreSQL database.🐘
As a retrospective, and in anticipation of things to come, Pavlo’s invitation includes many different prompts to help you get started. And there’s no doubt that PostgreSQL users old and new will benefit from hearing your experience of how to get the most value out of attending a conference.
As PostgreSQL enthusiasts, we all know that the community’s heartbeat lies in PostgreSQL Events, whether local meetups, big conferences, or virtual gatherings, that have become prevalent during the COVID-19 pandemic.
During a thrilling conference season, the PostgreSQL community is abuzz with activity. We’ve just wrapped up the PASS Data Community Summit, which featured a dedicated PostgreSQL presence that left us inspired and eager for more. The DOAG conference is underway, where numerous PostgreSQL experts are sharing their insights. And on the horizon, we eagerly anticipate the upcoming PostgreSQL Conference Europe in just a couple of weeks.
I invite you to share your PostgreSQL Events experiences in your dedicated blog post. Whether you’re a seasoned attendee, a speaker, a trainer, a sponsor, an organizer, or a first-timer, your unique perspective contributes to the canvas of the PostgreSQL community.
Read the rest of his invitation and prepare to publish your post this Friday, December 1, 2023.