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MySQL HA Events in the UK, Germany & France
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Oracle is running MySQL High Availability breakfast seminars in London, Düsseldorf and Paris.

During these free seminars, we will review the various options and technologies at your disposal to implement highly available & highly scalable MySQL infrastructures, as well as best practices in terms of architectures.

The packed agenda will include High Availability features in MySQL 5.5, MySQL Replication, MySQL Cluster, the newly released Oracle VM Template for MySQL Enterprise Edition as well as what's new in MySQL 5.6 and MySQL Cluster 7.2, including …

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Speaking at the UK Oracle User Group conference - Birmingham
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Back to the conference circuit after some rest.
On December 1st I will be speaking under my new affiliation at Continuent in the MySQL track at the UKOUG conference. My topic is MySQL - Features for the enterprise and it …
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The .ME.UK is available
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Today we have added the possibility of registering domain names in, which is the UK extension that is designed for individuals. The extension nonetheless remains open to all. It may be registered for a minimum of 2 years at a rate of €6 under A rates.

You may see the .ME.UK information page here:

The complete .ME.UK price list can be found at:

How the domain name industry works - polluting the name space
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Would you trust a 'for profit' company to represent your best interests? Perhaps. But when your interests diverge, will they represent you or themselves?

Following the overwhelming success of our first article on the domain name industry (1 comment ;-), we naturally thought you were begging for more! I know, I know registrars and registries can be a bit dull, but it is important. Believe me when something goes wrong with your domain name, understanding this can be quite important. So if we look at how and …

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The Database Job Situation in England
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Well, I'm back in "Blighty" (that's slang for Britain). I've been trying for the last 2-3 weeks to find jobs in the UK.Since I wrote a while ago "Which Database to Choose When Looking for a Job", I wanted to continue it with some of my findings. I did a lot research on IT specific job sites and used 2 main searches, "database developer" (because that's what I want to do) and "mysql" to help me find job posts that I was interested in. 
Jobs Situation for "Database Developer"
I'll describe the results for this …

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