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webinar on Data Reduction and Smoothing in MySQL
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If you have missed Michael McFadden's session at the last MySQL Conference, here's a chance to catch up.

On June 11, at 17:00 UTC Michael McFadden will present at a free webinar, on the subject of Faster Data Reduction and Smoothing for Analysis & Archival in MySQL (http://www.mysql.com/news-and-events/web-seminars/display-361.html).

Don't let the "For ISVs" distract you. This session is a collection of very practical and down to earth tips for tasks that can be in the TODO list of any DBA.

In addition to being practical, Michael's advice is justified by rigorous statistical analysis, and the tips he provides

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webinar on Data Reduction and Smoothing in MySQL
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If you have missed Michael McFadden's session at the last MySQL Conference, here's a chance to catch up.

On June 11, at 17:00 UTC Michael McFadden will present at a free webinar, on the subject of Faster Data Reduction and Smoothing for Analysis & Archival in MySQL (http://www.mysql.com/news-and-events/web-seminars/display-361.html).

Don't let the "For ISVs" distract you. This session is a collection of very practical and down to earth tips for tasks that can be in the TODO list of any DBA.

In addition to being practical, Michael's advice is justified by rigorous statistical analysis, and the tips he

  [Read more...]
webinar on Data Reduction and Smoothing in MySQL
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If you have missed Michael McFadden's session at the last MySQL Conference, here's a chance to catch up.

On June 11, at 17:00 UTC Michael McFadden will present at a free webinar, on the subject of Faster Data Reduction and Smoothing for Analysis & Archival in MySQL (http://www.mysql.com/news-and-events/web-seminars/display-361.html).

Don't let the "For ISVs" distract you. This session is a collection of very practical and down to earth tips for tasks that can be in the TODO list of any DBA.

In addition to being practical, Michael's advice is justified by rigorous statistical analysis, and the tips he

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Cert Team at the UC
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Ricky Ho and I are busy at the UC ... pulling our hair out. There are no certification exams on Monday but we found all sorts of network glitches. The Hyatt had some network ports blocked that just happened to be the ones we use for online exams. And the Sun Remote Lab Data Center had a glitch over the weekend that kept the virtual images from starting.

The picture is from Kai Voigt's tutorial on DBA certification. The room is full and I pop n and out between 'hair pulling' sessions. The attendees are asking good questions and I am sure we will have some new certified DBAs by the end of the conference.


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Sheeri and the MySQL Camp
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If you have attended the latest two MySQL Users Conference and Expo, you will know Sheeri. She was awarded for two years in a row community contributor of the year. And she is seriously determined to see someone else on stage next year. That's why she has been pushing other people toward the community scenes, paving the way for other contributors to surface.

But, you know, Sheeri is really good, and we have been trying to hire her, without much success. So we decided that since she is such a great catalyst, we should let her run part of the show. Embedded in the next MySQL Users Conference and Expo, there will be a MySQLCamp, of which she will be fully in charge.

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The 2008 MySQL Users' Conference - an Engineer's Perspective
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This past week was the annual MySQL Users’ Conference. It was my fourth time attending the conference, my second as a MySQL-er, and my first as a Sun employee.

The conference was very well attended with many more people than last year. Overall, I’d say it was a great success.

I work on the Backup project for MySQL and I must say it was a very strange experience being in the spotlight of so much controversy concerning the announcement made about making some backup features enterprise only releases.

While there was a lot of blogging expressing the general distaste for the suggestion of making some features of backup enterprise only (as opposed to free), most of these comments seemed to come from a relatively small number of people.

I presented the Backup session and led the Birds of a Feather session on Backup. I must

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The 2008 MySQL Users' Conference - an Engineer's Perspective
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This past week was the annual MySQL Users’ Conference. It was my fourth time attending the conference, my second as a MySQL-er, and my first as a Sun employee.

The conference was very well attended with many more people than last year. Overall, I’d say it was a great success.

I work on the Backup project for MySQL and I must say it was a very strange experience being in the spotlight of so much controversy concerning the announcement made about making some backup features enterprise only releases.

While there was a lot of blogging expressing the general distaste for the suggestion of making some features of backup enterprise only (as opposed to free), most of these comments seemed to come from a relatively small number of people.

I presented the Backup session and led the Birds of a Feather session on Backup. I

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The 2008 MySQL Users' Conference - an Engineer's Perspective
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This past week was the annual MySQL Users’ Conference. It was my fourth time attending the conference, my second as a MySQL-er, and my first as a Sun employee.

The conference was very well attended with many more people than last year. Overall, I’d say it was a great success.

I work on the Backup project for MySQL and I must say it was a very strange experience being in the spotlight of so much controversy concerning the announcement made about making some backup features enterprise only releases.

While there was a lot of blogging expressing the general distaste for the suggestion of making some features of backup enterprise only (as opposed to free), most of these comments seemed to come from a relatively small number of people.

I presented the Backup session and led the Birds of a Feather session on Backup. I

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