PG BootCamp

About us

The PG BootCamp Initiative came into being out of a desire to empower PostgreSQL enthusiasts worldwide with the applicable knowledge and tools necessary for PostgreSQL development and to encourage them to start contributing to the PostgreSQL project.

We strive to support the development of PostgreSQL as a powerful and reliable relational database management system, promote deepening the level of knowledge among beginners and professionals, encourage the exchange of experience and interaction between PostgreSQL users, developers, and administrators all over the world and become a global platform where everyone can find information, support, and inspiration for their development goals, ongoing tasks, and projects.

Our mission is to bring together PostgreSQL enthusiasts and experts in order to further contribute to the growth and development of this powerful database management system.

Get involved

We invite all PostgreSQL enthusiasts, developers, and event organizers from across the world to join the initiative while sharing, spreading and utilizing the available content.

All resources are free to use, but when you do so, please attribute the creator and the PG BootCamp initiative.

The materials are available on the initiative's Github and can be utilized in any way.

Steering committee

Michael Goldberg

Vadim Yatsenko

Keep in touch

Please email us at if you have any
problems. In the future, we plan to handle the issues directly via Github.

Contact us

Please email us with any inquiries at

Code of Conduct

PG BootCamp Initiative upholds the principles of PostgreSQL Code of Conduct , and we expect all members to do the same. The PostgreSQL Code of Conduct principles apply to all aspects of the members collaborations, whether digital or in person, and we encourage everyone to take part in making the space welcome and secure. PG BootCamp Initiative do not tolerate the following in any aspects:

  • Behavior that is disruptive, disrespectful, or degrading to others, including any messages, images, or interactions by anyone, in any form, regardless of location.
  • Harassment or discrimination based on age, ancestry, color, gender identity or expression, national origin, physical or mental disability, religion, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by applicable local laws, regulations, and ordinances.

We invite everyone to get in touch with the PostgreSQL Code of Conduct Committee whenever you feel that something or someone is not abiding by the PostgreSQL Code of Conduct . To contact the PostgreSQL Code of Conduct Committee, send an email to .