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Employee MySQL Tech Tours — Southern California and Florida
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There will be four MySQL Tech Tour is the next few weeks.

MySQL Tech Tour — December 4, 2012 – San Diego, CA

Please join us for our Tech Tour event hosted by Oracle MySQL experts and learn more about Oracle’s strategy for MySQL, including continued investment in the world’s most popular open source database.

Learn more and register for the event »

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MySQL Tech Tour — December 5, 2012 – Irvine, CA

Please join us for our Tech Tour event hosted by Oracle MySQL experts and learn more about Oracle’s strategy for MySQL, including continued investment in the world’s most popular open source database.

Learn more and register for the event »

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MySQL Tech Tour — December 6, 2012 – El Segundo, CA

Please join us for our Tech Tour event hosted by Oracle MySQL experts and learn more about Oracle’s strategy for MySQL, including continued investment in the world’s most popular open source database.

Learn more and register for the event »

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MySQL OEM Tech Tour — December 11, 2012 – Miami, Florida

Join us and get tips directly from the MySQL technical experts on how to better develop, integrate, secure, and tune MySQL for your application. Come and learn how to leverage MySQL’s unique architecture, development tools and newly released features to speed your engineering efforts with MySQL and ensure that your application performs at its peak.

Learn more and register for the event »


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