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Announcing the New Zealand PostgreSQL Users' Group

Posted on 8-Oct-2007 18:18 | Filed under: News


The New Zealand PostgreSQL Users' Group (NZPGUG) will bring together New Zealand's PostgreSQL users to discuss the open source database server.

PostgreSQL is a powerful, open source relational database system. It has more than 15 years of active development and a proven architecture that has earned it a strong reputation for reliability, data integrity, and correctness.

NZPGUG is open to professionals, students, and enthusiasts. Activities include a mailing list, local meetings with technical presentations, and probably beer according to the organisers.

PostgreSQL is in use within many systems in New Zealand, including websites, education systems, telecommunications, and mapping. Even the New Zealand electoral roll is stored in PostgreSQL.

The first meeting will be held in Wellington, on Tuesday the 6th of November at 6pm, hosted by Catalyst IT, 150 Willis Street. Subscribe to the mailing list for more information.




More information: http://pgug.org.nz...