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Bulgarian & Latin America MySQL Events


The Spring Conference of the Bulgarian Oracle Users Group Conference of the Bulgarian Oracle Users Group will be held from 17th to 19th of May 2013 in SPA hotel Hisar in Hissarya.

  • Georgi Kodinov, Senior Software Development Manager, ORACLE, Quick Dive into MySQL
  • Georgi Kodinov, Senior Software Development Manager, ORACLE, MySQL Security : Past and Present
  • Joze Senegacnik, , DBProf, Is My SQL Statement Using Exadata Features?

Latin America

Oracle Day Costa Rica (Thursday April 4)

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How to run a successful MySQL User Group —

I recently had the chance to talk to the San Francisco MySQL Users Group and any group that gets 80 plus regulars to attend meetings is impressive. That night they had 280 people RSVP! And a better than average percentage appears. Thanks to Theo, Mike and Erin — the organizers for the invite. I also had the chance to ask Erin O’Neill the secrets of how they run their meetings.

MySQL Events

The last MySQL User Group NL meeting was last Friday. It's always nice to learn about MySQL and meet other MySQL users. There were two presentations: one about MySQL User Defined Functions (UDF's) and one about MySQL TCO. The slides are available from the meetup page.

There are already a number of MySQL events announced for the next few months. I'll only list events in the Netherlands and Virtual events.

MySQL Virtual Developer Days
This is a virtual event which will take place on March 19 (EMEA region, NA event is on March 12). There are many interesting topics: Performance Schema, New 5.6 Features, Replication, MySQL Enterprise Monitor
The eVite

SkySQL and MariaDB roadshow
21 March 2013 in Amsterdam
This event  have …

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First meeting for MySQL User Group NL announced


With almost 40 member the MySQL User Group NL is already a success.

I've now scheduled the first meeting. It will be on Friday November 16th in Amsterdam. Please signup using the page.

Agenda (See for latest updates)
18:00 Welcome
18:30 First presentation
19:30 Food
20:00 Second presentation

I'm looking for speakers, so feel free to suggest a speaker or to volunteer to speak.

More resources for this user group:

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Shinguz: German speaking MySQL User Group (DMySQLAG) founded today

Today the German speaking MySQL User Group (DMySQLAG) was officially founded in Berlin.

The association advocates:

  • the information of the use, the handling and the experience with MySQL and development in the MySQL Eco-System as well as systems which use MySQL.
  • the exchange of experience between MySQL users about MySQL and other systems.
  • the Advice and Cooperation with Oracle and vendors of other systems.
  • the submission of suggestions of the members to Oracle and vendors of other systems.

The intention of the German speaking MySQL User Group is to be a platform for MySQL User from Germany, Austria and Switzerland. To get a high enough weight for Austria and Switzerland we hope for a high number of registrations of these two countries.

Who wants to be listed as a founding member, should asap (until Friday) send us a notice via e-Mail.

A later …

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Call for MySQL Speakers Extended

The Independent Oracle Users Group, a dolphin-friendly database community, is offering four days of sessions dedicated to MySQL at COLLABORATE 11, and we want you to present! Bring your brainpower to the premier, user-driven MySQL event of 2011 - submit your abstract today. The deadline has been specially extended for MySQL speakers until October 11, but don’t wait to submit – get your session entered today! Learn more at

MySQL in the Windy City

Please join us on Tuesday, Sept. 28 for an afternoon of networking and educational opportunities as the IOUG hosts Matt Yonkovit, MySQL expert, for his presentation “MySQL: What You May or May Not Know.”

Tuesday, September 28 | 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.


1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
The 5 Minute DBA: A Crash Course to MySQL DBA Troubleshooting and Optimizations

Many people who are charged with running MySQL are not DBAs, rather they are developers, system administrators, network administrators, etc. Typically these people put on a DBA hat only when there is a problem to solve or to deal directly with. These people are called “the 5 minute DBAs,” dealing with databases issues for only a very short time in any given week. This session will give these 5 minute warriors some basic tools and skills in …

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“Begin at the beginning,”, the King said, very gravely,

“and go on till you come to the end of Oracle OpenWorld: then soak your feet and start sorting through the piles of material in your conference bag.”

Congratulations to everyone who made it through their first OOW event, as well as the returning champions!

If you’ve still got any strength in your legs, or if you did not have a chance to go, come join us for MySQL in the Windy City on September 28!

Speaking in the US - San Francisco User Group - Community Summit - OSCON
On July 15th and 16th I will be in San Francisco for a few meetings, and it will be my pleasure to meet the San Francisco MySQL User Group, where I will talk about MySQL Sandbox.
From there, I will continue to Portland, to attend the Community Leadership Forum and, of course OSCON, where I will have three talks: two in the main event, and one at the Intel booth.

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N. Texas Users Group meeting

The next meeting of the North Texas MySQL Users Group is Monday February 1st. There will be a give away of soon to be collectible Sun memorabilia! The presentation is An Introduction to MySQL: 99 Things You Probably Did Not Know and we will talk about the future of the group in 2010 (some exiting opportunities).

Monday February 1st, 7:00 PM, Suite 700,Sun Offices 16000 Dallas Tollway, Dallas, Texas

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