There will be 2 simultaneous threads for the two full days.
|Firebird today: Goals and Perspectives, by Dmitry Yemanov
|Firebird nbackup evolution, by Vlad Khorsun
|Encrypting Firebird databases, by Alex Peshkoff, Firebird Core Development
|New features of Firebird ported from RedDatabase, by Roman Simakov, RedSoft
|Managing Firebird with Ansible, by Philippe Makowski
|IB Objects: Native Access to Firebird for Delphi and Free Pascal, by Jason Wharton, IBObjects
|Introduction to CloudaIDE — Web Framework requiring only database programming skills, by Wiesław Poszewiecki, CloudaIDE
|Upgrading from Firebird 1.5 to 2.5 and beyond, by Pavel Cisar, IBPhoenix
|Firebird Backups for Enterprises, by Dmitry Kuzmenko, IBSurgeon
|Recovery and high availability solutions for Firebird, by Alexey Kovyazin, IBSurgeon
|What's new in .NET provider and overview of new features, by Jiri Cincura, Firebird .NET driver developer
|Firebird and disk I/O, by Dmitry Yemanov, Lead Firebird developer
|Statement-level read consistency in read committed transactions, by Vlad Khorsun
|Implementing safe authorisation infrastructure for Firebird, by Alex Peshkoff, Firebird Core Development
|Optimizing queries and transactions, by Jason Wharton
|HA cluster based on RedDatabase engine-level replication, by Dmitry Starodubov, RedSoft
|Diagnosing and fixing Firebird performance problems, by Alexey Kovyazin, IBSurgeon
|How to implement the full text search using only what PSQL offers, by Jiri Cincura, Firebird .NET driver developer
|Firebird performance comparisons, by Paul Reeves, IBPhoenix
|Firebird SQL best practices, by Philippe Makowski
|Firebird development process — Past, present and future, by Pavel Cisar, IBPhoenix
|Choosing the best hardware for Firebird database server, by Dmitry Kuzmenko, IBSurgeon
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Despite the fact that the Firebird Conference will be at the Barcelo Praha Hotel, we are not asking you to stay there. Check the local neighbourhood, as there are other accommodation options. There are also other hotels within walking distance that may provide you with cheaper accommodation:
To get to the Barcelo Praha Hotel, take the metro Red "C" line to the Budejovická station from the Central Train Station. More detailed travel information can be found on the Hotel's website.