PGConf NYC 2014 is a conference run by the local NYC PostgreSQL User Group (NYCPUG). This conference is part of the effort to grow the PostgreSQL community by increasing awareness and providing the appropriate training and resources to further PostgreSQL adoption.
The longterm goal of NYC PGDay is to establish a regular PostgreSQL-focused conference in New York to help promote awareness and usage of PostgreSQL, and to help support other local PUGs with providing similar conferences and programming.
NYCPUG was established in 2008 and is currently organized by Mason Sharp, Jim Mlodgenski, Jonathan S. Katz, and Andrwe Ranwsley. NYCPUG holds free monthly meetups on emerging PostgreSQL and database technology topics with speakers from around the corner, and around the world.
To learn more about PGConf NYC 2014 page, please visit http://nyc.pgconf.us
To join NYCPUG please visit our Meetup group at http://nycpug.org