I’ve been pretty busy since I left PgCon. Emma is gearing up for a pretty awesome API release, and I’m working on a bit of tricky migration code.
I’ve also got a number of upcoming talks to suss out:
- Open Source Bridge – How to ask for money
- Open Source Bridge – Seven habits of highly effective trolls
- Future of Web Apps – What databases teach us about performance – in Las Vegas
- OSCON – Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger: PostgreSQL 9.1
- OSCON – Mistakes were made
And, then August off from the conference circuit, and a trip to Chicago for Postgres Open. And I’ve agreed to MC for another great event coming to Portland this fall.
So, I’ve got a busy few weeks ahead preparing for such great conferences coming here to Portland.
Otherwise, chickens are laying eggs regularly, I’ve got a delicious looking crop of cherries developing in the front yard, and maybe some strawberries if the sun lasts for a few days. For the moment, I’m taking it easy today, reading a few books and relaxing in warmth that Portland has deserved for quite a few months now.
Photo courtesy of roome via Flickr