Welcome to Citus Con: An Event for Postgres 2023!
It is a free and virtual developer event, with two unique livestreams, plus a collection of on-demand talks that will publish at the start of the event. This is the 2nd year of this fun and wonderful event that is organized by the Postgres and Citus database teams at Microsoft.
Thank you for your interest in speaking at Citus Con: An Event for Postgres 2023. Every single great event starts with great speakers. So we simply cannot pull off this fantastic event without talk proposals from talented Postgres and Citus community members like YOU.
First time speakers & experienced speakers are both welcome!
Remote friendly, no travel required: You'll be able to deliver your talk remotely—all you need is a good internet connection, a decent webcam and microphone, some good light, and the talk. The organizers will take care of the video recording, livestream, and publication of the recording online.
Format of the sessions/talks:
Topics: Here are some topics we hope you will propose during the CFP/CfS. By no means is this an exhaustive list! At a high level, we’re looking for talks about Postgres &/or Citus open source—as well as talks about Postgres on Azure &/or Citus on Azure. Some examples:
More CFP information: is on the CFP page on the website for Citus Con: An Event for Postgres 2023, including important dates, info about the Talk Selection Team, and some useful speaker resources, too.
Code of Conduct: There is a Code of Conduct for this event. Please help us to provide a respectful, friendly, professional experience for all involved.
Ways to connect with other attendees and speakers: Please join the #CitusCon channel on Discord to participate in the Citus Con community. Another way to stay in the loop: we're still tweeting about the event from @CitusCon on Twitter and using the #CitusCon hashtag.
Thank you for your participation, we can’t wait to see what stories you want to share!
CFP closes on Feb 05, 2023 at 11:59pm Pacific Time.
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