Welcome to PostgreSQL Europe, the "umbrella group" for PostgreSQL User Groups in Europe and for users in regions that don't have a local user group. Our goal is to promote the use of PostgreSQL in Europe. We do this primarily by assisting local user groups to promote the product locally through conferences and other advocacy, as well as running European-wide conferences and other activities.
Registration for pgDay Paris 2020 is now open.
We have some new ticket types this year, including a very cheap BLIND ticket that is only sold until the schedule is published. If you know you are coming to the conference no matter what, hurry up and grab one of these!
We also have cheap tickets this year for students and the unemployed. Valid proof is required.
The call for papers for pgDay Paris 2020 is now open. Submit your proposals for interesting talks about all things PostgreSQL, and join us in March!
The call for papers for Nordic PGDay 2020 in Helsinki, Finland, is now open. Submit your proposals for interesting talks about all things PostgreSQL, and join us in March.
Just like two years ago, the conference is held in cooperation with pgDay.paris which is held two days later. So if you are interested in both, you can submit the same proposal to both conferences at once!
Our waitlist has now been activated, as the conference is almost sold out.
We have a few seats left, and may get a couple of extra onces if outstanding invoices are not paid on time. However, we have no ability to further extend the total number of seats (as they are limited by the venue). So if you want a chance to get one of these seats, make sure you sign up as soon as possible!
The PostgreSQL Conference Europe team will allow all PostgreSQL related Open Source projects to place flyers or stickers on the PGEU table during the conference.
The following conditions apply:
We reserve the right to remove or return any material which we deem not suitable for the conference. Please talk to our staff before placing material on the table.
We expect around 550 visitors this year, but ...