• BPUG - 15 March 2016

    Fujitsu Building

    BPUG - 15 March - 2016 There is two presentations for the next meeting. The first presentation will look into a new feature of PostgreSQL 9.5, “Row-Level Security”. The second short presentation is going to highlight a couple of recent Postgres articles and also include a quick introduction of FUJITSU Enterprise Postgres. The rest of the evening will be for general socializing or group discussions. For now, please enjoy the recently added talks available on the BPUG YouTube channel: • Upgrade to PostgreSQL 9.5 • PostgreSQL Logical Decoding of Replication Slots • Introduction to JSON Functions in PostgreSQL 9.5 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQdzBEoozMy5OUyapJvNxHQ/feed Refreshments will be provided compliments of FAST. Please be sure to RSVP for catering purposes. Thank you.

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  • BPUG 2015 – December Meetup

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    BPUG 2015 – December Meetup BPUG meeting is set for December 8. We have two presentations planned. Diego will be presenting “JSONB functions with PostgreSQL 9.4.5”. The second presentation conducted by Gary“A Replication Slot Solution for publishing data” will be a demonstration of how a replication slot can be used to publish PostgreSQL data to a message broker. If anyone would like to volunteer to conduct presentations for future BPUG meetings, just let us know ahead of time and we will book you in. To finish of the year, we will end the evening with group discussions, topics decided upon by the attendees. Based from some of the feedback of the inaugural meeting, healthy refreshments will be provided this time courtesy of FAST (Fujitsu Australia Software Technology). Please be sure to RSVP.

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  • Inaugural Brisbane PostgreSQL Meeting

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    Welcome A time for introductions and meet fellow PostgreSQL users. Postgres and the Web Development Stack (Presentation) Exploring Web app development frameworks with Ruby and Python. The Buzz around PostgreSQL (Presentation) A cheap solution to monitor the state of beehives. Gary demonstrates how PostgreSQL and Arduino work together to monitor the health of his Beehives. Experiences and hurdles of getting PostgreSQL accepted into government departments & other places(Discussion) Format and ideas for future meetups (Discussion) Agree to a format and discuss some general ideas of what people would like to see at future meetings Food and Drink (time for some socialising) Probably pizza and soft drink - vegetarian will be supplied.

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