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The MySQL Connect 2013 Call for Papers is Open!
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Following the success of its first MySQL Connect edition, Oracle will hold MySQL Connect 2013 on September 21-23 in San Francisco.

The Call for Papers is now open, and will be running until April 12. We highly encourage MySQL users, customers, partners and community members to submit session proposals now.


MySQL Connect represents a unique opportunity to learn about the latest features of the best MySQL product releases ever, discuss product roadmaps, and connect directly with the engineers driving MySQL innovation.

The Conference is chock-full with technical sessions, hands-on labs, Birds of a Feather (BOF) sessions and tutorials delivered by MySQL community members, users, customers, partners and Oracle’s MySQL engineers.

The event will include five tracks: Performance and Scalability, High Availability & Replication, Cloud & Big Data, Database Administration & DevOps, Architecture and Application Development.

This is your chance to share real-world experiences, best practices and insights you’ve gained with the MySQL Community at large. You’ll be able to address not only long time MySQL users and highly experienced professionals but also newer and eager MySQL customers traditionally attending Oracle OpenWorld. Don’t miss this opportunity and submit your sessions today.

Interested in exhibiting and sponsoring? Email MySQL-Connect-Exhibit_ww@oracle.com for details.

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