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How to run a flawless technical demo

Why demos?

For as long as I can remember in my public speaking activities, I have always planned my presentations with some sort of live demo in it. I am always surprised when a conference venue asks me to provide my slides in advance, to be loaded in an anonymous computer with no chance of demos. I always turn down such offers, as I always want to provide a demo.

There have been times when technical or time constraints prevented me from demoing something, and in these cases I felt that the presentation was lacking a vital part. But I always try. I have even given demos during lightning talks, and those were the ones that made me feel really good.

I have given hundreds of presentations, and hundreds of demos, and as in every human activity, I have made plenty of mistakes. I believe I have learned some valuable lesson from my mistakes, and this article is my attempt at sharing the joy with wannabe presenters and also with …

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LAMP Performance Optimizations – Volume 1


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MySQL Idiosyncrasies That Bite


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Explaining the MySQL EXPLAIN


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21st century presentation technology at Percona Live

After 15 years of slide show technology, I thought that we need to change the way we do presentations. And since I am advocating radical changes, I will eat my own dog food and be the first to present a MySQL session using 3D technology.

Since watching Avatar a few years ago, I thought that using this technology would make my presentations truly amazing. However, two years ago a 3d projector was prohibitively expensive. Now, instead, it is affordable, and fits in my briefcase!

What I needed, though, was a compelling reason for using 3d vs. traditional presentations. And I found it. As I have mentioned recently, I am working with the coolest replication technology on earth. Explaining this technology is often challenging. While regular replication …

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Colorado MySQL Users Group Presentation

In addition to speaking at RMOUG event in Denver, I also spoke today in Broomfield on “Improving MySQL Performance with Better Indexes”.

This presentation included details on :

  • Effective examples of capture SQL via application logging and TCP/IP analysis necessary for identifying the best candidates. Slow is not always the best query to start with.
  • All the commands necessary to identify why you may need an index, how to create varying types of indexes, and how to confirm there true effectiveness.
  • How the number of table rows and different storage engines can greatly effect the optimization choice and query performance
  • The presentation shows how to determine/create and verify covering indexes for a single table example, a master/child example and a production 13 table …
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MySQL Security Essentials


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MySQL Security Essentials Presentation

Today at the RMOUG Training Days 2012 event I gave an introduction presentation on MySQL Security Essentials covering the following topics:

  • MySQL Security defaults
  • MySQL Security Improvements
  • OS Security
  • User Privileges
  • Data Integrity
  • Installation Practices
  • Auditing Options
  • Better Security
  • Further References

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Slides of my talk on B+Tree Indexes and InnoDB

The slides of my talk on B+Tree Indexes and InnoDB are now available for download. This slide was presented during Percona Live London 2011. You can download the slides from here.
There are many other interesting and informative talks that were presented during Percona Live London 2011, and I think you should definitely check them out, if you haven't. They are available here.

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Better MySQL Security and Administration


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