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DBeaver Community splash screen contest

Want to see your name on the splash screen of DBeaver Community 22.3? Unleash your creativity and participate in our contest to get this opportunity! What do you need to do? Create the PNG image with your design for the

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Best alternative ways to download DBeaver Community Edition

When it comes to the DBeaver Community, there are many resources to download it, besides the official website. Today we are going to tell you about the best alternative ways to get our open-source app. GitHub If downloading from our

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Log4Shell vulnerability is NOT dangerous for DBeaver users.

Lately, we have received many requests about a dangerous bug in the Log4j library, and we hasten to reassure you: none of DBeaver products use log4j for any program needs. It is entirely safe to use the latest DBeaver versions.

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Hosting migration

Due to a very high traffic we can’t keep DBeaver downloads on the single host anymore. Since today (Nov 4 2020) all binaries are located in the CDN cloud ( For most users it will improve download performance. However, if

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Important notice: We decided that DBeaver deserves a second level domain. So, eventually, the community web site has moved from to Yahoo! All existing links should work fine (they will be just redirected to the same page link

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PGConf.Russia 2018

Hey guys!   We are going to PGConf. Russia 2018 from 5 to 7 February in Moscow. We are planning to have a talk and tell you about our new features: debugger and locks manager and, of course, show it

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Beaver on PG Conf.EU.2017

Hey! This week DBeaver participates in PostgreSQL EU conference in Warsaw (October 24-27). Besides PG Conf itself we will be on PG Graphical Tools special meetings.   We (Serge Rider and Andrew Khitrin) will be happy to talk with everyone

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DBeaver on GitHub

Good news for developers and DBeaver community. Those who just need recent DBeaver version please ignore it and proceed to download. Finally DBeaver has moved to GitHub. In the nearest future I’ll describe build procedure and write some other docs

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