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.
PostgreSQL Conference Europe 2019 in Milan, Italy, on October 15-18 is now open for registrations.
The Tuesday training sessions have also been finalized, and are now available for registration. Six sessions in a mix of full and half day sessions are available. Training sessions are available at an extra cost of €150 per half day. Attendees of training sessions will also receive a €90 discount on the regular conference fee. Seats to these sessions are limited to smaller groups, so make sure you register early!
Our call for papers is still open! If you have already submitted a talk, or ...
We're happy to announce that Nordic PGDay 2020 will be held in Helsinki, Finland, on March 24th, 2020, at the Hilton Helsinki Strand. Join us for a full day of PostgreSQL content!
For now, mark your calendars -- registrations and call for papers will open in the fall!
PostgreSQL Conference Europe 2019 takes place in Milan, Italy, on October 15-18. Our Call for Papers is now open.
We are accepting proposals for talks in English. Each session will last 45 minutes, and may be on any topic related to PostgreSQL. The submission deadline is July 15th. Selected speakers will be notified before August 10th, 2019.
Please submit your proposals by going to 2019.pgconf.eu/callforpapers/ and following the instructions.
The proposals will be considered by committee who will produce a schedule to be published nearer the conference date. The members of the committee are listed on the ...
Over the past months, a great number of PostgreSQL User Groups and Meetups showed up all over Europe. It’s good to see that interest in PostgreSQL is growing!
Some of the user groups approached the PostgreSQL Europe board, and asked for support. Mostly for swag, but also for sending speakers, or other kind of support. We are happy to help!
In order to handle all of these requests, the PostgreSQL Europe board created a set of guidelines for user group meetings. The current version can be found on the PostgreSQL Europe website, under “Community”, and then “Community User Group ...
The conference is has now started in a beautifully sunny Copenhagen.