[KyOSS Discuss] Wednesday at KyOSS: PostgreSQL
alan at zeroasterisk.com
Tue Apr 14 11:14:58 EDT 2015
1. I can't speak for everyone, but I would certainly be interested to hear
you talk about anything else, including data normalization. That's a topic
I generally feel like I know without issues/problems - but I'm sure I'd
learn something and it's something good to review and dust off periodically.
2. Sure -- Codpalousa is happening in the next week and a half, so that's
what I'm thinking about. Like you, I don't have the time to take a role to
drive Mosscon, maybe not even to contribute in a significant way... but I'd
like to try, and in my opinion the more the merrier. To that end, I think
it might be a good idea (and perhaps more important) to cooridnate with
other organizations with motivated people like Velocity and Code Louisville
On Tue, Apr 14, 2015 at 10:43 AM Brent A Friedman <bafriedman at valdosta.edu>
> Two questions as a follow-up
> 1. Would anyone be interested in a workshop type session focusing on
> database normalization?
> 2. What is the general level of interest in something like Mosscon 2?
> *From:* kyoss-discuss-bounces at kyoss.org <kyoss-discuss-bounces at kyoss.org>
> on behalf of John Murray <john.m.murray786 at gmail.com>
> *Sent:* Tuesday, April 14, 2015 10:07 AM
> *To:* vidyavenkats at gmail.com; The Kentucky Open Source Society Discussion
> *Subject:* Re: [KyOSS Discuss] Wednesday at KyOSS: PostgreSQL
> Kinda late, but one thing to add to the DB discussion. My company is
> upgrading soon from MariaDB 5.5 to the 10.x series. Was reading through the
> "what's new in 10.x" and realized that MariaDB was re-licensed under a GNU
> GPLv2 license (true open source license). Just thought that might be an
> interesting fact if anyone was curious.
> On Thu, Apr 9, 2015 at 11:16 AM, Superstar <vidyavenkats at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Do you have the email of the lady whose expertise was in the security
>> area and was looking for an opening.
>> I sincerely apologize that I missed her name. She works for IBM I guess.
>> Can you ask her to email me
>> On Tue, Apr 7, 2015 at 10:01 PM, John Hicks <johnhicks at gulfbridge.net>
>>> Looks like another great meetup is shaping up for tomorrow night.
>>> Brent Friedman has been working with PostgreSQL for many years and is known
>>> as a expert in his field! (And our host, EMC, is treating us to a Qdoba
>>> "Naked Burrito Bar"!)
>>> See you soon!
>>> Event: April KyOSS: PostgreSQL <http://kyoss.org/CloneEvent/2070> Date:
>>> Wednesday, Apr 8, 2015 Time: 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm Location: EMC, 950
>>> Breckinridge Lane, Suite 110 Louisville KY 40207
>>> Brent Friedman will lead a program on PostgreSQL, the open source SQL
>>> database system that is also giving NoSQL databases like MongoDB a run for
>>> their money. Brent has worked with Postgres for many years and has been a
>>> frequent presenter at PostgreSQL conferences.
>>> Qdoba "Naked Burrito" Bar compliments of our host, EMC corporation!
>>> (Thanks, Kendrick!)
>>> Our host: EMC Corp.
>>> We'll be the guests once again of EMC <http://emc.com/> at their new
>>> offices just off Breckenridge Lane, just in from the Watterson/I-264. This
>>> is a beautiful brick and glass building, overlooking Beargrass Creek, to
>>> the right of the "Home Depot" shopping center.
>>> As soon as you walk in you will see the EMC offices on the right (and
>>> there is one of those big horse statues that you see all around Louisville
>>> in the glass window).
>>> EMC will be providing a Qdoba "Naked Burrito" Bar and drinks!
>>> Our thanks to Kenny Coleman of EMC for arranging this!
>>> The building is a "hidden gem" in a rather secluded spot off to the
>>> right of the Home Depot on Breckenridge Lane. It is behind the Five Thirds
>>> Bank, katty-corner from W.W. Cousins. Check the map:
>>> The building is on the opposite side of Breckenridge Lane from W.W.
>>> Cousins (same side as O'Charly's). Turn off Breckenridge there and drive
>>> back toward Home Depot, past the 5/3 Bank, then take a right before you get
>>> to the Beargrass Creek crossing:
>>> Event posted by frappyjohn <http://kyoss.org/member/frappyjohn>, 5:07
>>> pm Mar 18
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