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A day with Michael Zinner - Architect of MySQL Workbench
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Following A day with Jan Kneschke - Architect of MySQL Proxy, today I’m with Michael Zinner in Vienna, Austria. Michael is Team Lead of the MySQL GUI tools (http://mysql.com/products/tools/) team at MySQL.

I met Michael two years ago the 2006 MySQL Users Conference. We had communicated prior to that and I’d even used his very successful DB Designer a number of years prior to this. The present project of the GUI team is the MySQL Workbench which is a beta release.

Again, I find a key MySQL developer using a Mac, this time as

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Improving Open Source Databases - WordPress
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As part of both my UltimateLAMP side project, and my greater involvement with MySQL Workbench, I’ve been wanting to review and document the database schemas of Open Source products.

Indeed, as part of discussions with Mike Zinner of MySQL AB at the recent MySQL Users Conference, I suggested an idea used in the Java World, for example by Clover and Agitar, where to promote the usefullness of their respective tools (in this case code coverage), they provide results against Open Source Products. For an example check out Clover Examples.

With MySQL Workbench,

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MySQL GUI Products
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I’ve started now to actively use more of the MySQL GUI products such as MySQL Workbench, MySQL Administrator (http://www.mysql.com/products/tools/administrator/) and MySQL Query Browser (http://www.mysql.com/products/tools/query-browser/) and MySQL Migration Toolkit (http://www.mysql.com/products/tools/migration-toolkit/). I am traditionally a very command line person, and it’s important that these skills are never put on the back burner. For all those budding Developers and DBA’s you need these skills, expecially for any MySQL Certification (http://www.mysql.com/training/certification/).

To indicate my indent, I’ve even created a new blog category specifically for MySQL GUI Products.
As I’ve mentioned previously, Mike Zinner from MySQL AB really impressed me with where the products were going in development. I’m still rather disappointed about the

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