Heroku Postgres at Postgres Open and PostgreSQL Conf EU
August 27, 2013 by Shanley Kane
The Heroku Postgres team is hitting the road in coming months and we’d love to connect with you. If you’d like to meet up with us at any of the events below, drop us a line or Tweet us @HerokuPostgres.
The first opportunity to connect with us is in September at Postgres Open. If you’ve already got your tickets for Postgres Open, join us for drinks and/or pizza at Clark Ale House on Tuesday, September 17, and make sure to check out talks by Craig Kerstiens and Peter Geoghegan.
If you don’t already have your ticket for Postgres Open, but are interested in going, we’ve got a chance for you to win a ticket from us for free.
We’re giving away 3 tickets to PG Open. For your chance to win a ticket, we want to see the creative ways you’re using dataclips with your Heroku Postgres database. Submissions can be a really impressive query or a great integration. The key to either is that it should be empowering you to better run your business with data. To enter:
1. Create your dataclip or integration
2. Submit the following to email@example.com:
- Your name
- Your role
- Your organization and what the company does
- A link to the dataclip or integration you’ve built
We will be announcing winners on August 29, 2013. The winners will be chosen at the sole discretion of the Heroku Postgres team.
Those of you in Europe will have an opportunity to connect with the team as well. A large part of the team will be at PG Conf EU. Make sure to attend talks by four of our team members:
- Concurrency in Postgres
- Visualizing Postgres
- Wiretapping the Wire Protocol: automatic data visualization for psql with Cartographer and FEMEBE
- Postgres what they really use
If you’re going to be at either of the above conferences, we’d love to talk to you. However, you don’t have to wait. If you ever have operational issues with your database, you can find help at help.heroku.com, or for product related questions and feedback you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cross-posted from the Heroku Postgres blog, where you can keep up with the latest Heroku Postgres news.