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MySQL Certification Study: Write a basic .NET application that uses MySQL
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I've registered for the MySQL 5.6 beta exams, just like many more on Planet MySQL have done.

One of the topics for the MySQL 5.6 Developer exam is: "Write a basic .NET application that uses MySQL".

I have used Connector/Net a few times the last few years, but the last time I looked at some code involving Connector/Net was when I took the MySQL 5 Developer exam, which was long ago.

I'm using Linux on both my laptop and on servers for most projects. So I don't use or see many .NET code.

So I need a short refresh.

To use Connector/Net on Linux you will need to install Mono. The base for .NET is CIL, which exists in at least 4 versions: 1.0, 2.0 and 4.0. To compile C# code with mono you need the command which correspondends with the CIL version you are using.
  • CIL 1.0: mcs
  • CIL 2.0: gmcs
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Linus on Instantiation and Armadaification
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I feel a sense of pride when I think that I was involved in the development and maintenance of what was probably the first piece of software accepted into Debian which then had and still has direct up-stream support from Microsoft. The world is a better place for having Microsoft in it. The first operating system I ever ran on an 08086-based CPU was MS-DOS 2.x. I remember how thrilled I was when we got to see how my friend’s 80286 system ran BBS software that would cause a modem to dial a local system and display the application as if it were running on a local machine. Totally sweet.

When we were living at 6162 NE Middle in the nine-eight 292, we got an 80386 which ran Doom. Yeah, the original one, not the fancy new one with the double barrel shotgun, but it would probably run that one, too.

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451 CAOS Links 2010.01.21
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EC approves Oracle-Sun. Google patents MapReduce. And more.

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EC approves Oracle-Sun

The European Commission cleared Oracle’s proposed acquisition of Sun Microsystems. While Larry Ellison is set to unveil Oracle’s Sun strategy on January 27th, Monty Widenius said he will go to the Court of First Instance to appeal the decision.

# Pro-open source political party formed in Hungary.

# Google patented MapReduce,





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451 CAOS Links 2009.07.07
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Microsoft makes a patent promise. JBoss is certifiable. And more.

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# Microsoft announced that it will be applying its Community Promise to the ECMA 334 (C#) and ECMA 335 (CLI) specifications, reducing patent concerns related to Mono.

# Red Hat achieved EAL 2+ security certification for JBoss Enterprise Application Platform.

# A European Commission white paper on standards stirred some controversy with regards to open source. The white paper itself is


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451 CAOS Links 2009.06.30
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Governments. Governance. Customers wins. And more.

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Governments
The Examiner provided a two part interview with Daniel Risascher, Office of the CIO, Department of Defense, on open source at the DoD, while Government Technology Magazine reported on how open source software and cloud computing can save government money. Similarly, The UK Conservative party delivered a paper on the future of open standards, open source, SOA and cloud for UK Government, while it was reported that Vienna to teach its public servants


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Interaction
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Hey all. Please comment on this entry. I’m trying to get an idea of who’s listening to what I say.

Why do you read this blog? Are you interested in community wireless networks? OpenGL development on Linux? Family? Business Intelligence? Synchronizaton Manager news? Freecycle™ development? Random Perl bits? Something else I’ve forgotten about?

I’m finding myself over-extended and I need to cut back on some of the things I focus on. Please let me know what is important to you so I know how best to re-organize my time, energy and other resources.


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Trip to Microsoft on 2006/05/02
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I went to Microsoft with Arjen the other day. We talked with Eric Lippert about some new features of C# 3.0 and how MySQL might integrate itself more deeply into the Microsoft Development Environment.

More details if anyone makes noise about being interested.


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Miguel wants me to be MySQL's ambassador to Mono
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This was an honor, but I must decline. We already have such an "ambassador." Thank you, Miguel.

14:15  What is MaxDB?
14:15  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MaxDB
14:16  miguel2: it was written in pascal in the mid 70s.  it's a
            pre-relational database with all sorts of features [added] on
14:16  Wait, is that a different DB?
14:16  miguel2: yep
14:16  So its not MySQL?
14:16  miguel2: nope
14:16  That is crazy talk
14:16  crazy
14:17  I dontbelieve you
14:17  miguel2: heh, okay.  MySQL doesn't have *any* pascal code
in the
            kernel, afaik
14:19  Who uses that?
14:19  So why dont they pay you to hack on Mono?
14:19  miguel2: that's something I'd like to know :)
14:19  We need a firm MySQL commitment to Mono
14:19  Tell your boss I said so
14:19  :-)
14:19  miguel2: alrighty.
14:19  Take me to your leader
RMS on MySQL's Connector licenses
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I sent mail to RMS the other day asking what he thought of MySQL's licensing scheme:


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Reggie Burnett, Connector/NET
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Zach Urlocker (zachu_rss) mentioned a few blogs recently in an internal memo. I was listed. Whee :) So was Reggie Burnett, who is responsible for Connector/Net. I've been playing with C# recently, and I'd like to get familiar with Connector/Net (or C/Net). So I subscribed to his blog. I've added an rss feed to LiveJournal: reggie_mysql.

Reggie, I'll be reading up on it :)
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