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Percona Live London is already next Monday!
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I’m currently wrapping up last things in the office to be prepared for my presentation about MySQL-Statsd at the Percona Live London conference next week. It will be a revised version of the talk I gave at the Percona Live Conference & Expo in Santa Clara, but this time it will be more focussed to the practical side and, obviously, the MySQL-Statsd daemon we open sourced recently, so if you missed that talk or think a follow up is needed you should definitely attend! Slides will also become immediately …

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My speaking engagements - Q4 2012
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After a long pause in the speaking game, I am back.

It's since April that I haven't been on stage, and it is now time to resume my public duties.

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The Percona Live MySQL Conference 2012
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Thank you very much if you attended my session at the Percona Live MySQL Conference!
I promised some people to share my slides, so I posted them on the page at Percona:
Spil Games: Outgrowing an internet startup (Percona Live MySQL Conference 2012) on SlideShare
Click here if you need a direct link

My opinion of the conference is that it was amazing! The conference was very …

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MySQL Scaling breakfast seminar – London, April 25th
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I’ll be presenting on/demoing MySQL Cluster 7.2 at this free breakfast seminar in Oracle’s …

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Tungsten Replicator and MySQL Sandbox at Percona Live London 2011
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I will be a speaker at Percona Live - London 2011, and I am looking forward to the event, which is packed with great content. A whopping 40 session of MySQL content, plus 3 keynotes and 14 tutorials. It's enough to keep every MySQL enthusiast busy. Continuent speakers will be particularly busy, as between me and Robert Hodges, we will be on stage four times …
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Speaking at the MySQL London Meetup
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We have two engineers from SkySQL who will be talking at the MySQL London Meetup on the 18th July and we welcome anyone who wants to chat to us to sign-up and come along.

I (Andrew Hutchings) will be giving a talk on Drizzle (a database server that originated as a fork of MySQL) and mydumper (a multi-threaded, high-performance dump/restore toolset for MySQL).

We also have Mark Riddoch coming along to talk about the work on our …

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Enterprise Open Source Adoption at BT, London
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Repost from our corporate blog

Last monday some Inuits quickly crossed the channel for a day of speeches and talks regarding Open Source and its Adoption, the event organised at BT brought together a mixture of techies, legal persons and management to listen to and discuss about the current state of Enterprise Open Source adoption

The short introduction was done by JP of Confused In Calcutta , who mainly introduced Mark "I`m from outer space" Shuttleworth. Mark keynoted about …

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The London Meetup Group and my wishes for MySQL Proxy
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There is a big event for the London Meetup Group coming up next week. We will all meet on Wednesday 5 March @ 7pm
The location: The Lamb
4 Lambs Conduit St

We will have a very special guest: Marten Mickos, CEO of MySQL (now in his new role, due to the Sun acquisition). Marten will join us and he will be happy to answer to questions, to share opinions and spend some good time with MySQL Brits users in front of a nice drink (no surprise which one will be the best seller :) ).

From a …

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