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MySQL at DOAG 2023 – recap

Last week, from November 21 to 24, the DOAG Conference took place in Nuremberg, Germany.

The MySQL Team was present at the Oracle booth. I attended the conference Thursday and Friday.

There were 20 sessions tagged “MySQL” and one full day workshop dedicated to students. I delivered the first part of the workshop dedicated to MySQL for Developers, DBAs and Ops. My colleague Carsten who attended the full week, delivered the second part of the workshop dedicated to the MySQL offer in OCI: MySQL HeatWave and LakeHouse.

The first day was a special “theme” day about Open Source Databases and other topics. Colin Charles talked about MySQL Security, Raphael Salguero presented the differences between Oracle Database, PostgreSQL and MySQL.

There were also presentations about MySQL Clustering and HA from Matthias Jung and future …

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MySQL at DOAG 2023 - recap

Recap of DOAG 2023

Newsletter Repost – OpenLampTech issue #106

MySQL Invisible Columns | Lightweight Linux distros | 10 PHP libraries for 2023 | New WooCommerce install default blocks. OpenLampTech is a media and content source for PHP, MySQL, and the LAMP stack.

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Performance Improvements in MySQL 8.0.35

This blog post highlights the significant performance improvement made in the latest 8.0 version of MySQL Enterprise Edition

EXPLAIN INTO and EXPLAIN FOR SCHEMA in MySQL

In MySQL 8.1 and 8.2 we introduced EXPLAIN INTO and EXPLAIN FOR SCHEMA respectively, two extensions to the EXPLAIN query that can help doing most of your query optimization in the server, rather than a client program. These two features lay the groundwork for automatically running multiple EXPLAINs over multiple schemas without having to manually USE each schema or reenter the EXPLAIN output.

Where can you find MySQL during December - February 2024

MySQL in Dec-Feb24

MySQL Workshop at HKCE and PyCon HK2023 - recap.

PyCon & HKCE 2023

Node.js MySQL Insert Record

We already have a tutorial on how to connect to the MySQL database using Node.js. Well, you can read it if you want to know, but it only allows you to interact with the database, what if you want to insert some new records directly from Node.js? You can also easily do this by executing […]

Thoughts on the October 2023 MySQL Releases

A few days ago, Oracle released three new MySQL GA versions: 8.2.0, 8.0.35 and 5.7.44.  I skimmed the release notes (8.2.0, 8.0.35 and 5.7.44), and I am not impressed.  I guess that I would be even less impressed / more disappointed if I had checked in greater detail, and if I had reviewed the 8.1.0, 8.0.34 and 5.7.43 release notes.  The subject of my disappointment is Oracle not fixing bugs in

Newsletter Repost: Developer Interview With Marian Pop – OpenLampTech

PHP developer and Laravel content creator Marian Pop shares a fantastic developer interview with the OpenLampTech newsletter readers.

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