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Sun Tech Days 2009, Singapore - Welcome Reception
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Follow up from Part 1.

Attended "What Developers should care about MySQL ?" by Colin and "Groovy and Grails" by Chuk-munn Lee.

I enjoyed both the talks for different reasons. Colin's talk explained the pluggable storage engine architecture that is unique to MySQL (pronounced my-ess-kew-ell, not my-sequel). It was …



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Sun Tech Days 2009, Singapore - Welcome Reception
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Follow up from Part 1.

Attended "What Developers should care about MySQL ?" by Colin and "Groovy and Grails" by Chuk-munn Lee.

I enjoyed both the talks for different reasons. Colin's talk explained the pluggable storage engine architecture that is unique to MySQL (pronounced my-ess-kew-ell, not my-sequel). It was …



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Sun Tech Days 2009, Singapore - Day 1
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The Sun Tech Days Singapore started earlier this morning - over 1100 developers, an outstanding audience!!!

The kick off had a good local flare when the Gods of Longevity, Fortune, and Prosperity (Fu Lu Shou) showed up to start the event ;-) The build up to their appearance was really exciting as evident from the video below:


This particular event will also be recorded in Singapore Book of Records for the largest numbers of Sun …




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Sun Tech Days Hyderabad 2008 - Day 2
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The highlight of Day 2 of Sun Tech Days Hyderabad for me was the keynote session by David AxmarkMySQL co-founder. In his presentation, he explained how Storage Engine Innovation (Falcon, InnoDB, PBXT & …
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