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* Greg Smith, 2ndQuadrant, Monitoring PostgreSQL with Python
 
* Greg Smith, 2ndQuadrant, Monitoring PostgreSQL with Python
 
* Jignesh Shah, VMWware, [http://www.slideshare.net/jkshah/py-pg-day2013harep Best Practices for HA and Replication in Virtualized Environments]
 
* Jignesh Shah, VMWware, [http://www.slideshare.net/jkshah/py-pg-day2013harep Best Practices for HA and Replication in Virtualized Environments]
* Jeff Davis, Aster Data, Using Range Types in your Applications
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* Jeff Davis, Aster Data, [http://davisjeff.com/rangetypes4.pdf Using Range Types in your Applications]
 
* Mike Clarke, Disqus, Sharding with the Django ORM
 
* Mike Clarke, Disqus, Sharding with the Django ORM
 
* Christophe Pettus, pgExperts, [http://thebuild.com/presentations/pg-py-and-squid-pypgday.pdf Extending PostgreSQL Into Python]
 
* Christophe Pettus, pgExperts, [http://thebuild.com/presentations/pg-py-and-squid-pypgday.pdf Extending PostgreSQL Into Python]

Revision as of 01:27, 21 March 2013

PyPgDay 2013

See The PyPgDay page at pgExperts.com for full information about this event.

PyPgDay was held on March 13, 2013. It was presented by Disqus, and sponsored by Salesforce, Heroku, VMware, 2ndQuadrant, Apsalar, File-Away.UK, Pandora, PostgreSQL Experts, Translattice, Uber.com and Urban Mapping. It was additionally supported by Adobe, CommandPrompt and Jeff Davis.

List of Talks

Below are the talks which were given at the PyPgDay. Where slides are available, they have been linked. Licensing information, if any, is as noted in the slides. If no licensing is given, assume All Rights Reserved.

Full information about the schedule is on the schedule page

There was no video recording for this event due to convention center rules.

Lightning Talks Included:

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