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Next week, meet me in Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Munich or Prague!

I am traveling to Europe next week to brief major prospects in Germany (Daimler, MAN) as well as to attend to administrative matters at Pythian Europe in Prague and would love to meet any readers of this blog during this trip!

I’m especially interested in meeting:

  • DBAs, Applications Administrators and Systems Administrators,
  • Potential customers (IT Directors, DBA Managers, Supply Managers for IT), and
  • Potential partners (IT product of service companies that could partner with Pythian to delight our mutual customers)

Here is my itinerary:

  • Sunday, August: Frankfurt,
  • Monday, August 4: Stuttgart,
  • Tuesday, August 5: Munich, and
  • Wednesday, August 6 through Saturday, August 9: Prague, Czech Republic.

Please reach out to me using if you would like to meet!

Open source tour of Europe: Czech Republic

To coincide with EURO 2008, I’m embarking on a virtual European tour, taking a quick look at open source policies and deployment projects in the 16 nations that are competing in the tournament.

The Czech Republic team was just three minutes away from qualifying for the knockout stages of EURO 2008 on Sunday before Turkey managed to turn a 2-1 deficit into a 3-2 win. Publicly available information on Czech open source deployment projects suggests that the country has had rather more luck when it comes to open source.

Key projects:
There was early success in 2001 when …

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