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Hierarchies Session Completed
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My hierarchies session is done. It’s nice to be finished and free to relax.

The materials and video are available at http://www.openwin.org/mike/presentations/managing-hierarchies-in-mysql/

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It Finally Happened
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Back when I first heard that the MySQL source code was being split into Enterprise and Community editions and that the Community edition binaries would be release only every few versions, I knew that there would soon be a project to provide binaries to the community of both editions by a third party.

It didn’t take too long. Here at the conference Solid and Proven Scaling introduced Dorsal Source, a site providing binaries of all community and enterprise releases of MySQL.

The builds are of course unofficial but certainly welcome by those needing a new version that is not being released in binary form by MySQL.

SandalCamp Session Completed
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The MySQL SandalCamp session is complete, slides are available at:

http://www.openwin.org/mike/presentations/mysql-sandalcamp-2007/

The A/V recording of the session will be online once I complete the recode.

Thanks to all that came.

Speaking Twice at the MySQL User Conference
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Due to unfortunate circumstances, Zak Greant is unable to attend the MySQL User Conference this year.

Because Zak is a good friend (and I am a glutton for punishment), I agreed yesterday to take on his talk for MySQL beginners titled MySQL Sandalcamp. It should be a good session for those who are completely new to MySQL, covering the basics of what a database is, how to create, populate and query tables.

So if you ever wanted to see what I can put together in two days while traveling, stop by and check it out (unless you already know how to assemble a SELECT query, in which case you will be very bored).

Next up, my Hierarchies talk on

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Sessions I am Looking Forward to This Year
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This year I am looking forward to the MySQL Conference mostly because I get to hook up with old friends and co-workers, but of course I also plan to sit in on a few sessions:

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Speaking at the 2007 MySQL Conference
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I just got word today that I will be speaking at the 2007 MySQL Conference.

I’ll be doing a three hour tutorial version of my popular 2006 session on Managing Data Hierarchies (strangely they backdated my title in last year’s session listing; I was a Technical Writer for MySQL AB at the time).

This year session I plan to add more depth to the existing methodologies I cover as well as cover additional methodologies for managing hierarchical data in MySQL.

Last conference the session was standing room only and I entertained several requests for additional information when the session was complete, so I hope this next session will be equally well received and I look forward to meeting old friends and associates.

See you there!

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