I think I’m just about dug out from last weeks NYC trip for PGEast. I have to say I had a good time at the conference, although I was kept busy enough not to be able to get to see nearly as many presentations as I would have liked. One thing I did walk away with was a renewed appreciation for the projects we get to work on at OmniTI. I angled most of my talks toward PostgreSQL 9.0, going in thinking that a majority of people would have probably made the move already. Apparently that isn’t the case, which in retrospect seems obvious; a majority of our customers still run some 8.x version of Postgres, as we work to vet applications and find the right windows to make their upgrades happen. Still, we are fortunate to have some clients who are very aggressive when it comes to server versioning, and we’re lucky enough to get to run a healthy amount of Postgres 9, in some cases with fairly complex distributed server arrangements. In any case, as per the title of this post, slides for my talks are now up on slide share, feel free to peruse, and if you have any questions please let me know.