FOSDEM '09 is a free and non-commercial event organized by the community, for the community. Its goal is to provide Free and Open Source developers a place to meet.



Capacity: 207 seats

Saturday 2009-02-07
When Track Event Speaker
13:00-13:30 BSD+PostgreSQL Welcome to the PostgreSQL and *BSD devroom Marc Balmer
13:30-14:00 BSD+PostgreSQL What's coming in PostgreSQL 8.4 ? Magnus Hagander
14:00-15:00 BSD+PostgreSQL Replication, Replication, Replication Simon Riggs
15:00-16:00 BSD+PostgreSQL UTF-8 support for syscons, new TTY layer Ed Schouten
16:00-17:00 BSD+PostgreSQL OLAP/Windowing functions David Fetter
17:00-18:00 BSD+PostgreSQL Porting applications in FreeBSD Rodrigo Osorio
18:00-19:00 BSD+PostgreSQL Clarify technical rumours about PostgreSQL Susanne Ebrecht
Sunday 2009-02-08
When Track Event Speaker
09:00-09:30 BSD+PostgreSQL Job scheduling in PostgreSQL with pgAgent Dave Page
09:30-10:00 BSD+PostgreSQL Postgres Pet Peeves Greg Stark
10:00-11:00 BSD+PostgreSQL OpenBSD: From the Atomic clock to your desktop Marc Balmer
11:00-12:00 BSD+PostgreSQL Free Space Map and Visibility Map Heikki Linnakangas
12:00-13:00 BSD+PostgreSQL FreeBSD and Dtrace Marius Nünnerich
13:00-13:30 BSD+PostgreSQL Migration from informix to PostgreSQL at VPRO Koen Martens
13:30-14:00 BSD+PostgreSQL User Groups: Leading without being in charge Selena Deckelmann
14:00-14:30 BSD+PostgreSQL Introduction to recursive queries Greg Stark
14:30-15:00 BSD+PostgreSQL SQL/MED Peter Eisentraut
15:00-16:00 BSD+PostgreSQL Filesystem I/O From a Database Perspective Selena Deckelmann
16:00-16:30 BSD+PostgreSQL Painless Perl Ports with cpan2port Benny Siegert
16:30-17:00 BSD+PostgreSQL Use of FreeBSD system calls Gregory Holland