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Percona team to attend Buenos Aires MySQL conference Oct. 15-16
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This is to announce that me and Daniel Nichter (Lead of Percona Toolkit) are coming to the MYSQL NOSQL & CLOUD CONFERENCE & EXPO in Buenos Aires, Argentina on Oct. 15-16.
There also will be local Percona experts in attendance.

Talks from Percona include:

  • Percona XtraDB Cluster – Basic installation and setup by Martín Arrieta
  • Proactive measures to minimize MySQL downtime by Fernando Ipar
  • Percona Server 5.6 : New features and performance improvements by Vadim Tkachenko
  • Systematic Approach to Performance by Marcos Albe

We also will present at The Montevideo MySQL Meetup group in Uruguay on Oct. 17.

So if


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Events
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Take advantage of the events.oracle.com site and get a RSS feed of local events on your area.

Currently :

January 31, 2012   Webcast   Oracle Webcast: MySQL Embedded Online Forum Register





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Oracle Open World Presentations
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At Oracle Open World 2011 there has been a large number of MySQL presentations. You can download the slides of my two presentations at Explaining the MySQL Explain and Improving Performance with Better Indexes.

You can find additional supporting information for these presentations in the Effective MySQL: Optimizing SQL Statements book.

Speaking at Insight Out in Tokyo
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I will be joining a stellar class of speakers at the Insight Out DB Showcase in Tokyo from Oct 19-21, 2011. This event covers several RDBMS technologies including MySQL.

My topics are:

  • Better MySQL Security and Administration
  • Mastering MySQL Performance Tuning
Speaking at Percona Live New York
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As the top MySQL expert in New York it is great to join the team at Percona for the upcoming Percona Live in New York City on May 26th. As an invited speaker I am joining a select list of expert speakers including Harrison Fisk from Facebook, Kurt von Finck from Monty Program and Monty Taylor from the core Drizzle team.

My presentation will be on Improving Performance with Better Indexes where I will not only show how to apply indexes to improve query performance, but how to apply better indexes and provide even greater performance gains via a great technique known as a covering index.

Upcoming MySQL presentation in New York
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On Tuesday I will be speaking in New York at the Effective MySQL Meetup group where I will be giving the presentation “MySQL Idiosyncrasies That Bite”. For more information and to register, check out the Meetup Event. There are just 10 seats left.

To promote the upcoming Percona Live event in New York, for attendees to the Meetup there will be a draw for a FREE ticket to the May 26th event.

Effective MySQL New York is the only MySQL group now operating in New York. Please join our group for the latest information and events for the MySQL community.

MySQL Events in Europe
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During the upcoming few weeks, MySQL users, customers, as well as those of you considering MySQL for your next project, will have the opportunity to meet, network and learn in a few European cities. Oracle is arranging half-day MySQL seminars in Italy, France, the UK and Austria.

 

The first event will take place in Milan on Tuesday February 1st, starting at 9.30 am CET, and will focus on customer stories. Customers including Buongiorno, ContatLab and Cineca, who are relying on MySQL for business critical applications, will share their experiences and stories about the world's most popular open source database, and be available to answer your questions.

 

More information and registration page (in Italian)

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MySQL Events in Europe
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During the upcoming few weeks, MySQL users, customers, as well as those of you considering MySQL for your next project, will have the opportunity to meet, network and learn in a few European cities. Oracle is arranging half-day MySQL seminars in Italy, France, the UK and Austria.

 

The first event will take place in Milan on Tuesday February 1st, starting at 9.30 am CET, and will focus on customer stories. Customers including Buongiorno, ContatLab and Cineca, who are relying on MySQL for business critical applications, will share their experiences and stories about the world's most popular open source database, and be available to answer your questions.

 

More information and registration page (in Italian) here. It's" a free event but space is limited so register now if you can make it.

 

The other seminars will take

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OTN Interview about MySQL
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I was interviewed by Justin Kestelyn the OTN Senior Director about MySQL at Oracle Open World this week.

Some highlights of the questions asked:

  • 0:55 Since the close of acquisition has there been any change in direction?
  • 2:23 How have your clients and customers responded to the acquisition?
  • 3:53 You mentioned that Oracle will bring added advantages and could infuse invocation.
  • 5:15 InnoDB and MySQL are now both owned by Oracle. What do you see as the development advantages?
  • 6:47 What were your thoughts on the first MySQL Sunday?
  • 8:58 Forks?
  • 11:04 Contact Details

You can view the Video online or play below.

2011 MySQL Conferences
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Next year will mark a significant change for the MySQL community. At least three major conferences will have dedicated MySQL content that is great for attendees getting the best information on how to use MySQL from the experts in the field.

O’Reilly MySQL Conference & Expo

The 9th Annual MySQL conference will be held at is usual home of recent years. Colin will again be back as committee chair for a 3rd year and this will be my 6th straight MySQL conference.

Date: April 11 – 14, 2011
Location: Hyatt Regency, Santa Clara, California
Website: There is no website at this time
Call for Papers: There are no details for call for papers
Program Chairs: Colin Charles from Monty Program AB and Brian



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Upcoming MySQL Conferences
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Unlike previous years when the number of conferences with MySQL content diminishes after the O’Reilly MySQL and OSCON conferences (Open SQL Camp excluded), this year has a lot on offer.

This month:

Upcoming next month in September:

  • MySQL Sunday at Oracle Open World on September 18 in San Francisco includes 4 tracks and around 15 quality speakers. (Big numbers of attendees also rumored but yet unconfirmed).
  • The inaugural Surge Scalability conference in Baltimore will include presentations by myself and
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Upcoming Conferences with dedicated MySQL content
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We recently held a dedicated MySQL Track at ODTUG Kaleidoscope 2010 conference for 4 days. This is the first of many Oracle events that will begin to include dedicated MySQL content.

If your attending OSCON 2010 in the next few weeks you will see a number of MySQL presentations.

MySQL will be represented at Open World 2010 in September with MySQL Sunday. Giuseppe has created a great one page summary of speakers. This event is described as technical sessions, an un-conference and an fireside chat with Edward Screven. I’ve seen tickets listed at $50 or $75 for the day.

Open SQL

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Europe conference options for MySQL Developers
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For those in the US the annual MySQL UC is taking place again in April. For those in Europe we have dedicated room for MySQL and MySQL related products/variants/branches at FOSDEM 2010 being held in Brussels, Belgium on 6-7 Feb.

This conference will feature a full day of talks with a format of 20 minutes presentation and 5 minutes Q&A. More information about submissions can be found at Call for Papers for “MySQL and Friends” Developer Room at FOSDEM 2010 now open!

Other references:

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Where can you find MySQL Events?
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As a frequent traveler for my MySQL consulting (last 4 weeks were Sydney, San Francisco, New York and Vancouver), I like to keep abreast of any local tech event that includes MySQL that I may be able to attend.

Now there is a consolidated location that you can use, the Open Source Events Calendar. Kudos to the MySQL Community team members Lenz Grimmer and Giuseppe Maxia who have put this together.

We need your help. If you have a local event, please submit your event request. This projects needs the support of all.

You will also find valuable conference information including dates for close of proposals. A great tool for scheduling your upcoming conference year.

MySQL Speakers and Presenters at LinkedIn
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There is a Linked In group I created some time ago but forgot to advertise that is for MySQL Speakers and Presenters.

If you a speaker or presenter of MySQL content, confirm your registration here.
You will need to have a reference to a website confirming you have been a speaker at a MySQL Event such as a User Conference, MySQL Camp or Local MySQL Users Group.

Hopefully overtime we can build a consolidated index at MySQL Forge Presently some pages exist including MySQL Conference & Expo and User Group Presentations but I’m accepting input for a model to have a central page, and link to or upload of presentation. Any input welcome.

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