Last week was
PostgreSQL Conference Europe 2012 in Prague, and it's been
awesome. Many thanks to the organisers who did manage to host a very smooth
290 attendees, including speakers. That means you kept
walking into interesting people to talk to, and in particular the
Track has been a giant success.
I did have the chance to speak several times at that event, and you can get the slides at my Conferences page that I try to keep up to date. I did one talk about Implementing High Availability that was about 2 hours long (a double slot), PGQ Cooperative Consumers that Marko Kreen copresented with me and the Large Scale MySQL Migration to PostgreSQL that I already presented before this year.
Next conference is in Lyon and will be in French, the talk is called Présentation de PostgreSQL. The audience is going to be composed of PHP developers interested to know more about PostgreSQL, I'll tell you how it goes!