Things are going to be busy over the next few months. I look forward to meeting many of you from the MySQL community over the next few months. I would also like to pass along my thanks for the MySQL Community Award, we (not just Dave and I but everyone here) are just getting started... April 22nd -26th - starts things off for the MySQL Community Team. Dave Stokes and I will be presenting at different two sessions and available in the demo grounds at Collaborate in Vegas. May 2nd -- MySQL heads to the big apple for an OTN Developer Day in NYC. Ronald Bradford as well as Calvin Sun are among some of the speakers for this event. May 7th -11th - MySQL will be attending the Ubuntu Developer Summit in Oakland Calif. Tuesday looks to be a full day of MySQL and Ubuntu talks. I am sure many of the topics will be related to MySQL 5.5, MySQL 5.6 DMR, the db forks, and how we can support the Linux Distros in the future. May 18th, the Rocky Mountain Oracle Users Group (RMOUG) has included MySQL to take part in their quarterly meetings. The MySQL Community team as well as Ronald Bradford (MySQL Oracle ACE Director )and George Trujillo (Oracle ACE in two different categories one being MySQL) will be in attendance and presenting. June 5th and 6th -- MySQL will be at the International PHP Conference in Berlin. Ulf Wendel will be presenting 2 great MySQL sessions. June 5th -- will also be the MySQL Innovation Day at Oracle headquarters. Get a sneak peak of what’s new and what’s coming from leading Oracle MySQL engineers. If you cannot attend a live webcast will be available for some sessions. June 8th – 10th The MySQL Community team again will join forces at the Southeast LinuxFest (SELF). This time for a MySQL Day and this is looking like it will have a great lineup of MySQL presenters. June 26th – 29th– I will be attending Edmedia, a World Conference on Educational Media and Technology, in support of MySQL. July 14th – 15th– The Community Leadership summit in Portland Oregon July 16th – 20th -- OSCON September 29th & 30th– MySQL CONNECT in San Francisco !The call for papers is open until May 6, submit your sessions now! September 30th to October 4th – Oracle Open World.
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