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Using MySQL with the Dojo Toolkit
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The presentation file for the Dojo toolkit presentation at the Users Conference is now available.

You can find it on the conference session page.

I’ll be uploading the example scripts that work to produce the examples I gave once I’m back in the office after the conference.

Presentations now on MySQL Conf Site Too
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So I talked to the wonderful JB from O’Reilly who is responsible for all sorts of parts of the conference, and she’s now enabled my presentations on the MySQL Conference Presentations page.

While you’re there downloading mine, make sure you go and download some of the others.

In particular, you might want to try:

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UC2009: How I Used Query Analysis to Speed up My Applications
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The presentation slides for my Query Analysis talk here at the users conference are now available:

How I Used Query Analysis to Speed up My Applications

I’ll sort out the scripts and bits and pieces I use once I get back to the office next week, for those people waiting for that material.

UC2009: Scale Up, Scale Out and High Availability: Solutions and Combinations
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My presentation slides for the Scale Up, Scale Out and High Availability tutorial here at the MySQL Users Conference are now available for download:

Scale Up, Scale Out and High Availability: Solutions and Combinations

These have been on the MySQL Conference website for days now, but for some reason they don’t seem to have been freed yet.

To those waiting I’m sorry for the delay in getting these uploaded.

MySQL conference ‘09 Keynote: “State of the Dolphin” by Karen Padir
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Here is a semi-liveblog from the opening keynote of the 2009 MySQL Conference & Expo on April 21st in Santa Clara, California. Karen Padir presents “State of the Dolphin”.

The room is big, with 2 screens on each side of the central stage. It seems to be completely filling up, but I got a good spot on the second row in the front. Directly around me I see Dups, Sheeri, Giuseppe, Kai, Mark Callaghan and many other faces I …

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Oracle agrees to buy Sun
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See Oracle Agrees to Acquire Sun Microsystems (NY Times, 20 April 2009). Wellwell, that’s quite interesting, isn’t it… as to what it means for MySQL, ZFS, OpenSolaris, OpenOffice.org, VirtualBox, Java, and numerous other tidbits, that remains to be seen.

It must be a buzzy kind of day at the MySQL Users Conference 2009, with this news coming in just before the opening… and it’s only been a year since Sun bought MySQL and Jonathan Schwartz did a key note at the conference. I’m sure we’ll hear a lot more from a lot of people, not necessarily content but definitely conjecture and pre-emptive opinions

Oracle agrees to buy Sun
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See Oracle Agrees to Acquire Sun Microsystems (NY Times, 20 April 2009). Wellwell, that's quite interesting, isn't it... as to what it means for MySQL, ZFS, OpenSolaris, OpenOffice.org, VirtualBox, Java, and numerous other tidbits, that remains to be seen.

It must be a buzzy kind of day at the MySQL Users Conference 2009, with this news coming in just before the opening... and it's only been a year since Sun bought MySQL and Jonathan Schwartz did a key note at the conference. I'm sure we'll hear a lot more from a lot of people, not necessarily content but definitely conjecture and pre-emptive opinions ;-)

Open Query at MySQL Users Conference 2009
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I’m not personally there this year, but Walter Heck will be. In case you haven’t met Walter yet, photo enclosed

He’s a techie, like you, and he’d love to meet you and hear how you’re using MySQL and surrounding technologies and what things might make your life easier in terms of application architecture, development, deployment, maintenance, and so on.

This may or may not fit with the services that Open Query provides, but the key point is to listen, not sell. If there’s a good match, of course that’s …

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Open Query at MySQL Users Conference 2009
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I'm not personally there this year, but Walter Heck will be. In case you haven't met Walter yet, photo enclosed ;-)

He's a techie, like you, and he'd love to meet you and hear how you're using MySQL and surrounding technologies and what things might make your life easier in terms of application architecture, development, deployment, maintenance, and so on.

This may or may not fit with the services that Open Query provides, but the key point is to listen, not sell. If there's a good match, of course that's fine too!





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Sunday April 19th Games Day
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The Sunday before the MySQL User Conference is always full of trying to meet up with new or old friends, even if your flight lands after dinnertime. With that in mind, the very first event of the week is MySQL Camp’s “Games Day”.

From 12 noon until midnight on the Mezzanine of the Santa Clara Hyatt Hotel (adjoining the Santa Clara Convention Center), there will be an informal games day. The list of games that are definitely appearing are on the MySQL Forge at:

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