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Ignite MySQL at the MySQL Conference and Expo
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I’ll be giving a talk tonight at the Ignite MySQL! For those of you who don’t know about this format, I suggest that you check out Ignite!.  The basic premise is:

Fast-paced, fun, thought-provoking, social, local, global—Ignite is all of these and more. It’s a high-energy evening of 5-minute talks by people who have an idea—and the guts to get onstage and share it with their hometown crowd.

My talk will be called Backups Don’t Make Me Money

Backups aren’t exciting or glamorous. …

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New York and Durham (Houston?)
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Two reminders for upcoming appearances: This Saturday I’ll be presenting a 24-hour art collaboration with Evan Roth at Seven on Seven at the New Museum. On Monday I’ll be in Durham, North Carolina to speak at Duke University. If you’re interested in the latter, leave a comment and I’ll make sure you get the details. We don’t have a ton of room but I’d like ma.tt readers to be able to attend. After that I’ll be in Houston briefly if anyone wants to do a meetup.

Four short links: 17 March 2010
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  1. Common MySQL Queries -- a useful reference.
  2. MySociety's Next 12 Months -- two new projects, FixMyTransport and "Project Fosbury". The latter is a more general tool to help people organise their own campaigns for change.
  3. riak -- scalable key-value store with JSON interface. (via …
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MySQL and Java - The World's Most Popular Development Platforms
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On Feb 10, 2010 we've held an event in Milan, explaining why MySQL and Java are the most popular development platforms.

Our annual MySQL User Survey conducted in early 2009 showed that 57%  of those surveyed use Java to develop their MySQL applications.

My speech was all about MySQL and its usage from Java applications with various connectors. I explained the capabilities of Connector/J and …



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Praktische Anwendung von MySQLDumper, Vortrag@Mayflower-Würzburg
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Am kommenden Donnerstag, den 11.02.2010 findet wieder ein öffentlicher Vortrag im Mayflower Büro in Würzburg statt (Pleichertorstrasse 2, 97070 Würzburg, Straßenbahn und die Haltestelle Congress Centrum).
Beginn ist um 18:00 Uhr, Thema des Vortrags ist "Praktische Anwendung von MySQLDumper".

Intelligentes Backup-Management bei MySQL-Datenbanken? Kein Problem, denn mit dem MySQLDumper kann jeder Sicherungskopien seiner wichtiger Datenbestände erstellen - und bei Bedarf auch kinderleicht wieder herstellen. Daniel Schlichtholz zeigt wie MySQLDumper einem das Leben …




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Praktische Anwendung von MySQLDumper, Vortrag@Mayflower-Würzburg
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Am kommenden Donnerstag, den 11.02.2010 findet wieder ein öffentlicher Vortrag im Mayflower Büro in Würzburg statt (Pleichertorstrasse 2, 97070 Würzburg, Straßenbahn und die Haltestelle Congress Centrum).
Beginn ist um 18:00 Uhr, Thema des Vortrags ist "Praktische Anwendung von MySQLDumper".

Intelligentes Backup-Management bei MySQL-Datenbanken? Kein Problem, denn mit dem MySQLDumper kann jeder Sicherungskopien seiner wichtiger Datenbestände erstellen - und bei Bedarf auch kinderleicht wieder herstellen. Daniel Schlichtholz zeigt wie MySQLDumper einem das Leben …




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LinuxTag 2010: Call for Papers Ends Today
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LinuxTag is the most important place for Linux and open source software in Europe. Last year, LinuxTag had over ten thousand attendees, and over 300 speakers. This year, the 16th LinuxTag will be June 9-12, 2010 at the Berlin Fairgrounds in Germany.

LinuxTag seeks exciting and suitable proposals for presentations in the conference tracks. The Call for Papers ends today.

I am proud to be a member of the …

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18/Nov/2009 - The Open Source Data Warehouse Revolution
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On the 18th of November we've hold in Milan an event focused on Open Source Data Warehousing.

For many organizations, data warehouses are simply too costly to buy, too costly to implement and too costly to maintain. Data warehousing is still a luxury of deep-pocketed organizations, although the resulting benefits can be virtually reaped by companies of all sizes.
Open Source Software is changing the rules again, lowering the economic barriers to undertake Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing projects.

During the event we proved that MySQL can help organizations to achieve higher ROI on …




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