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My proposals for the Users Conference 2009
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In addition to participating to the reviewing committee for the Users Conference 2009, I have also ambitions of being there as a speaker. Thus I am thinking about the topics I could talk about.
Being the theme of the conference "innovation everywhere", I will not propose any of my previous talks (as I hope everyone else will, since I will strike all the carbon copy proposals).

I have some ideas already.
A tutorial on partitionsSince I have done much testing and writing on partitioning, I feel the need of presenting something in public. Performance, administration, use cases, are all aspects of partitioning with which I am well acquainted.

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MySQL Conference 2009, Open Source Databases MiniConf at
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It is no secret that I am the Program Chair for the MySQL Conference & Expo 2009, and am truly excited about it (big shoes to fill in from Jay). I expect it to be a great conference, with over 2,000 attendees and lots and lots of great talks. The paper submissions have been coming through, the excellent voters have been voting, and the progress is impressive. Its a great learning experience.

Now, I’m excited to tell you that I’m also going to organise the Open Source Databases MiniConf at 2009. Its going to be in Hobart, Tasmania, in January 2009, and again, I’m excited. Read the

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How to get your proposal accepted to the MySQL Users Conference 2009
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The call for papers for the MySQL Users Conference and Expo 2009 is open. Proposals are accepted until October 22, 2008.
This post will tell you how to get your proposal accepted.
First: READ the following posts. I mean it!
  • Baron Schwartz's advice on how to write a great proposal. If you follow these guidelines, you can't be wrong.
  • Colin's list of 10. If you still had doubts after reading Baron's post, this one will clear your

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High performance stored procedures...
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Wondering how interested people would be in this topic for MySQL Users Conference next year?
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