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Watch for Pythian speakers at upcoming Oracle Technology Days, NoCOUG, OOUG, SQLSaturday & Pythian Australia.
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It’s a busy summer at Pythian, with our continuing wave of speaking sessions at upcoming community and regional industry events.

Coming to a city near you, watch for Pythian presenting hot Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server database topics:


Oracle Technology Days – Montreal
August 9, 2011 – 8:30am – 1pm, Hilton Montreal Bonaventure

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Upcoming MySQL Events in Europe
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Oracle is running MySQL seminars during the next few weeks in Europe! Those free events represent a great opportunity to learn, to meet Oracle’s MySQL team members face to face & have all your questions answered, and to network with other MySQL users & customers.

Here are the details and how to register:

- Rome, May 19th - Register here

- Zürich, May 25th - …

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Live Event in Rome (May 19th) - Improve Performance and Scalability with the Latest from MySQL
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MySQL, the world's most popular open source database, powers today's most demanding web sites and applications. With the acquisition of Sun, Oracle continued to invest and improve MySQL - to make MySQL a better MySQL.
Come join us to see what we have accomplished - from the MySQL database itself and across the MySQL product suite of development, management, and monitoring tools.

Register now for this seminar that will be held in Rome on the 19th of May. Agenda and …

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The SkySQL Reference Architecture at the MySQL UC in Santa Clara
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Only few more hours, it is almost here. The long awaited Reference Architecture from SkySQL is going to make its first appearance at the MySQL User Conference in Santa Clara this week.

SkySQL is going to contribute to the evolution and innovation of MySQL from both coasts of the United States. A total of 10 between presentations, tutorials and events will help the MySQL users in Santa Clara and in Orlando in understanding how they can leverage the use of MySQL, improve performance, scalability and high availability. You can find the complete schedule of the MySQL …

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MySQL User Conference: InnoDB vs NDB – Let the fight begin!
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While wearing my hat of Sales Engineer, I have been asked several times what is the difference between InnoDB and MySQL Cluster/NDB and when it makes sense to use one storage engine or the other. Some may probably think that this is a trivial question: the two engines are so different that there is really no point to compare them. The reality is not so clear though: there are many situations where I have found InnoDB stretched to the point where MySQL Cluster would have been a perfect fit, and other occasions were users implemented a solution based on MySQL Cluster and InnoDB would have been the perfect choice.

This is the …

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MySQL Conference Early Bird ends 31/03/2011
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If you’ve been busy and haven’t registered yet, remember that early-bird pricing ends on 31/03/2011. From April 1-10, you’ll have to pay USD$100 more. A discount code for use (I think you save 20-25%): mys11fsd.

We’re full up in terms of the schedule. People are still asking for an opportunity to speak, and there are still opportunities in the Products & Services track. Please contact Yvonne Romaine at for more information on this.

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Conferences selling out forget about the rest of the world
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2011 seems to be a good year for both Google I/O and Apple’s WWDC. Google I/O sold out in 59 minutes and Apple’s WWDC sold out in under 10 hours. They’re both held at the Moscone Center and I guess the caps for attendance is usually set at about 4,000-5,000 attendees.

My only beef with this is that the rest of the world is forgotten. It’s only good for the developer sitting in North America (or a similar timezone). In fact folk that need to get corporate approval are probably also forgotten. Launching at 9 or 10am PST is past …

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Experienced MySQL DBA Guide to Collaborate
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So, you are going to Collaborate (or thinking of going) and you saw my blog post about what to go to if you are a beginner with MySQL. But what if you are more experienced with MySQL? There is plenty of content for you too! I have put together this list of what I would recommend to an experienced MySQL DBA at Collaborate. This is not a complete list of all the choices at Collaborate.

Note that several weeks ago Sarah Novotny and I did an …

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MySQL Beginner’s Guide to Collaborate
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So, you are going to Collaborate (or thinking of going) and you wonder if, as a MySQL beginner, there will be enough content for you. Or you wonder if there will be too much, and how you will ever decide on what to go to. I have put together this list of what I would recommend to a MySQL Beginner at Collaborate.  The schedule is still being tweaked at this point, so there may be great sessions being added or times may be changed, but I will try to re-post closer to the event.  The most up-to-date schedule is at the Agenda Builder – to see only MySQL content, choose MySQL in the “Product Lines” section.

Note that a few weeks ago …

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OurSQL update and recording day!
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The OurSQL podcasts will eventually make it into the Blue Gecko blog.  But, in the mean time, I’d like to summarize what Sheeri Cabral and I have been getting up to.  As I mentioned in the OurSQL revival post we are working to bring you a podcast every week about something technical or community related.  Since mid-December, we’ve recorded and published eight podcasts.

OurSQL Episode 26: Zombies!

MySQL 5.5 release and our favorite updates to …

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