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New Meetup: PostgreSQL vs. MySQL - Pros & Cons by the CEO of EnterpriseDB Postgres

From: Eric David B.
Sent on: Monday, March 29, 2010 4:07 PM
Ed Boyajian, President and Chief Executive Officer of EnterpriseDB, the Postgres company, will present:
PostgreSQL vs. MySQL - Pros & Cons

This database event will very-appropriately take place at Oracle's NYC headquarters
520 Madison Avenue (entrance is on 53rd St. between Madison & 5th Ave.)

This will be a joint-Meetup with 7-groups (3,000 members!), so the networking opportunities will be outstanding!

Ed Boyajian is President and Chief Executive Officer of EnterpriseDB, the Postgres company. Before joining EnterpriseDB, Ed spent six years at Red Hat, Inc., the world's leading open source solutions provider, most recently serving as vice president and general manager of North America. Before that, he was vice president of Red Hat's global OEM business, responsible for all partnerships including HP, IBM and Dell. During his time at Red Hat, Ed was instrumental in developing the foundational methods for selling open source software into the enterprise. Prior to Red Hat, Ed held executive sales and marketing positions at ArsDigita, an early leader in open source software for building database-backed community websites (acquired by Red Hat) and ServiceSoft (now Kana). Ed is a former U.S. Army Captain, and earned his MBA from Harvard Business School and his undergraduate degree from Boston University.

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Wednesday, April 14, 2010
Power-Networking at 6:00pm
Presentation starts at 6:15pm

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