Jeff Davis will present on the new language Rust and how it works well with Range Types. Additional description to come (or not!)
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always good to hear substantive presentations from PostgreSQL core devs -- thank you to Pandora for hosting! excellent meeting space..
0 · April 22, 2014
I was excited to attend my first PostgresQL meetup, but the lobby security guard insisted the only place for my bike was locked to a parking meter on the street until 10:30pm. I hope to make it to a future meetup.
0 · April 15, 2014
Oh, I wish you'd called up, the Pandora staff could have escorted you and your bike in.
Oh, darn. There was someone there who seemed to be with the meetup, but he didn't seem to have any sway.
Yeah, that was why Patrick posted his phone number. Meetup is still going on if you're nearby ...
No video for tonight, sorry. Don't have a 2nd person to run video and Jeff needs my laptop.
For those of us who're out of town on April 15, will there be a video?
0 · March 19, 2014
Maybe. We've had a lot of problems finding reliable video hosting.
google.com/hangout or ustream.com
Sorry, can't make it tonight. Hope there will be an ability to watch it online.
Hey all! I'm the one coordinating the meetup for Pandora tonight and I just wanted to fill you in on a few quick things.
The building's door lock at 6:30, so we'll have people stationed there to let you in and guide you to the right set of elevators. After you reach the 16th floor we'll have our sign in sheet, and someone from there will direct you to the meeting room.
If you arrive early/late and need to get ahold of someone please feel free to call my Google Voice number. (503)[masked]
Note: location of meeting has changed to the 16th Floor. Also, you need to bring ID for the security desk at the meeting.
0 · April 14, 2014
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