And we have been hard at work since my last post. Demand for Postgres has been overwhelming. I said in my first blog, we will only be limited by capacity, not opportunity. Upon reflection, that seems like an incredible grasp of the obvious. We were very well received at the MySQL User’s Group meeting in [...]Tweet
Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work. Thomas EdisonWednesday, May 19th, 2010 by Karen Tegan Padir
The above line was my favorite tweet from The 2010 O’Reilly MySQL Conference & Expo. I wasn’t at the show, but Sean Doherty, EnterpriseDB’s Vice President of Business Development couldn’t resist the opportunity to speak with attendees about Postgres. Bold and brazen, Sean entered the Santa Clara Hyatt with a box of 200 “Postgres is [...]Tweet
One of joys of looking for a new job is the ability to meet people and explore technologies that you may otherwise not. I was completely open to all opportunities: big companies and small, public and private, established and stealth mode startups. I spent some time with the smart folks at Rapid7, a leading provider [...]Tweet
Yes, you read that right. It is not a typo. I will be attending the MySQL Users Group meeting tomorrow at 6pm at Oracle (NYC Headquarters). Our fearless CEO and Red Sox fan, Ed Boyajian, will bravely enter Yankee territory to discuss PostgreSQL vs MySQL. An event not to be missed!
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Analogy: a similarity between like features of two things, on which a comparison may be based.
One of my Sun colleagues correctly pointed out that I use analogies constantly. So why not start my blog with one One of my favorite things to do is ski. It is an incredible feeling to arrive [...]