Call for Papers

Die deutschsprachige PostgreSQL-Konferenz 2018 wird am 13.04.2018 im Hotel Müggelsee am Michel in Berlin stattfinden. Es werden Themen für PostgreSQL-Anwender, -Entwickler und -Interessierte sowie Entscheidungsträger behandelt.

Es werden Themen für PostgreSQL Anwender, Entwickler und Mitwirkende sowie für Entscheidungsträger behandelt. Mehr Informationen über die Konferenz gibt es auf der Webseite unter:

http://2018.pgconf.de/

Wir akzeptieren nun Vorschläge für Vorträge. Bitte beachte, das wir sowohl Vorträge in Englisch wie auch in Deutsch akzeptieren.

Jeder Vortrag wird 45 Minuten dauern und kann jedes beliebige für PostgreSQL relevante Thema beinhalten. Einige Vorschläge für Themenbereiche:

  • Entwickeln von Anwendungen für PostgreSQL
  • Administration von großen und skalierenden PostgreSQL Installationen
  • Fallstudien von PostgreSQL Installationen
  • PostgreSQL Werkzeuge und Hilfsprogramme
  • PostgreSQL Hacking
  • Community & Benutzergruppen
  • Tunen der Datenbank oder des Servers
  • Migrieren von anderen Systemen
  • Skalieren/Replikation
  • Benchmarking & Hardware
  • Produkte die PostgreSQL verwenden

Natürlich werden Einreichungen aus anderen, PostgreSQL relevanten Bereichen ebenfalls akzeptiert.

Die Vorschläge müssen bis zum 09. Januar 2018 eingereicht werden. Die ausgewählten Sprecher werden bis zum 26. Januar 2018 informiert.

Bitte nutze das Events-System von PostgreSQL.EU um einen Vortrag einzureichen:

https://www.postgresql.eu/events/speakerprofile/pgconfde2018/

Leg dort zuerst ein Speaker Profile an. Falls Du bereits ein solches Profil hast, überprüfe bitte deine Angaben und aktualisiere sie gegebenenfalls. Mit dem Profil kannst Du über diese Web-App einen oder mehrere Vorträge für PGConf.DE 2018 einreichen. Sollte die App nach einem Login verlangen, nutze bitte Deinen postgresql.org community-Account.

Die Vorträge werden von einem Ausschuss in Betracht gezogen und ein Zeitplan wird zum Start der Konferenz hin veröffentlicht.

Der Call for Papers ist ebenfalls im Web verfügbar unter:

http://2018.pgconf.de/cfp

Talk Kommittee


Die Vorträge für die Deutschsprachige PostgreSQL Konferenz 2018 werden von folgendem Kommittee abgestimmt:

Patryk Kordylewski
Patryk Kordylewski Patryk has been working with PostgreSQL since 2004. His main focus in PostgreSQL is in the development of database-driven web applications. Over the years, the interest in PostgreSQL and the community increased until he helped to organize the first PGConf.EU in Germany (Stuttgart) in 2010. Afterwards he was involved in the organisation of the German-speaking PostgreSQL conferences in 2011 and 2013 in Oberhausen, as well as 2015 in Hamburg.
Björn Häuser
Björn Häuser Björn Häuser has been working with PostgreSQL for 10 years. Since the beginning of PGConf.DE in 2011, he is part of the organization team.
Danilo Endesfelder
Danilo Endesfelder Danilo Endesfelder works since 2010 with PostgreSQL and since 2015 he is involved in the organization of pgconf.de.
Since 2016 he works at credativ GmbH as a consultant, and provides PostgreSQL support with the competence team.
Andreas Kretschmer
Andreas Kretschmer Andreas Kretschmer had first contact with PostgreSQL around 2002. At this time he was working as an admin in an industrial enterprise. From there he found contact to the German community, and helped organizing various events in Germany. In order to be able to work professionally with PostgreSQL, he changed jobs and was working for a hosting provider. Since 2016 he is working for 2ndQuadrant Germany as a consultant and support specialist.
Andreas Schmitz
Andreas Schmitz Andreas is working with database since 2001 and got addicted to PostgreSQL in 2002 while looking for a good and reliable open source database. PostgreSQL has became an essential part of his work with databases.
Andreas Scherbaum
Andreas Scherbaum Andreas Scherbaum is working with PostgreSQL since 1997. He is involved in several PostgreSQL related community projects, member of the Board of Directors of the European PostgreSQL User Group and also wrote a PostgreSQL book (in German).
Since 2011 he is working for EMC/Greenplum/Pivotal and tackles very big databases.




Wir freuen uns von dir zu hören und sehen uns in Berlin im April!
This year's PGConf.DE will be held on April 13th in Berlin, Germany, at the Müggelsee Hotel. Topics for PostgreSQL Users, Developers, Contributors and Decision Makers will be covered. For more information about the conference, please visit the conference website:

http://2018.pgconf.de/

We are now accepting proposals for talks. Please note that we are looking for talks in English and German.

Each session will last 45 minutes, and may be on any topic related to PostgreSQL. Suggested topic areas include:

  • Developing applications for PostgreSQL
  • Administering large scale PostgreSQL installations
  • Case studies and/or success stories of PostgreSQL deployments
  • PostgreSQL tools and utilities
  • PostgreSQL hacking
  • Community & user groups
  • Tuning the server
  • Migrating from other systems
  • Scaling/replication
  • Benchmarking & hardware
  • PostgreSQL related products

Of course, we're happy to receive proposals for talks on other PostgreSQL related topics as well.

The submission deadline is the January 09, 2018. Selected speakers will be notified before January 26, 2018.

Please submit your proposal via the Event System of PostgreSQL.EU:

https://www.postgresql.eu/events/speakerprofile/pgconfde2018/

Please first set up your speaker profile. If you have already spoken at a previous PGConf.EU event, 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 PGConf.DE 2018. When the site prompts for a login, use your regular postgresql.org community account.

The proposals will be considered by committee that will publish a schedule in advance of the conference.

The Call for Papers is also available through the website:

http://2018.pgconf.de/cfp

Talk Committee


the talks for the German-speaking PostgreSQL Conference 2018 are voted by the following committee:

Patryk Kordylewski
Patryk Kordylewski Patryk has been working with PostgreSQL since 2004. His main focus in PostgreSQL is in the development of database-driven web applications. Over the years, the interest in PostgreSQL and the community increased until he helped to organize the first PGConf.EU in Germany (Stuttgart) in 2010. Afterwards he was involved in the organisation of the German-speaking PostgreSQL conferences in 2011 and 2013 in Oberhausen, as well as 2015 in Hamburg.
Björn Häuser
Björn Häuser Björn Häuser has been working with PostgreSQL for 10 years. Since the beginning of PGConf.DE in 2011, he is part of the organization team.
Danilo Endesfelder
Danilo Endesfelder Danilo Endesfelder works since 2010 with PostgreSQL and since 2015 he is involved in the organization of pgconf.de.
Since 2016 he works at credativ GmbH as a consultant, and provides PostgreSQL support with the competence team.
Andreas Kretschmer
Andreas Kretschmer Andreas Kretschmer had first contact with PostgreSQL around 2002. At this time he was working as an admin in an industrial enterprise. From there he found contact to the German community, and helped organizing various events in Germany. In order to be able to work professionally with PostgreSQL, he changed jobs and was working for a hosting provider. Since 2016 he is working for 2ndQuadrant Germany as a consultant and support specialist.
Andreas Schmitz
Andreas Schmitz Andreas is working with database since 2001 and got addicted to PostgreSQL in 2002 while looking for a good and reliable open source database. PostgreSQL has became an essential part of his work with databases.
Andreas Scherbaum
Andreas Scherbaum Andreas Scherbaum is working with PostgreSQL since 1997. He is involved in several PostgreSQL related community projects, member of the Board of Directors of the European PostgreSQL User Group and also wrote a PostgreSQL book (in German).
Since 2011 he is working for EMC/Greenplum/Pivotal and tackles very big databases.

We are looking forward to hear from you and we will see you in Berlin in April.

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