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Andrew Dunstan

2ndQuadrant

Andrew has been contributing to PostgreSQL since 2002 and has been a committer since 2005. He has contributed in a many areas, including configuration and logging enhancements, dollar quoting, CSV import and export, improvements to plperl, the Windows port, rewriting the initdb and pg_ctl scripts in C, parallel pg_restore and most recently JSON features. He created and maintains the PostgreSQL Buildfarm.

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This talk will focus on the various ways that individuals can contribute to the survival and development of PostgreSQL. This can include provision of time, resources and money in a variety of ways. Sometimes the community can be a little difficult for newcomers to get to grips with. We will discuss how people in different roles, including developers, translators, documenters, and testers can get involved with the community successfully. We will look at the development process, including patch reviews.

We will also look at how companies who are major users of PostgreSQL in various ways can become successful and respected members of the community.

Date:
2018 April 20 09:20
Duration:
20 min
Room:
America
Conference:
PostgresConf US 2018
Language:
English
Track:
Development
Difficulty:
Easy