Presentation of some of the new features of MySQL 8.0.16 released on April 25, 2019
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These are the slides for my MySQL 8.0 Preview: What is coming? At PHPWorld 2017.
Yes, you read it correctly, we are jumping from 5.7 to 8.0 (that sounds familiar, doesn’t it?). The new version doesn’t only change the number but also changes how you write SQL. Recursive queries will allow you to generate series and work with hierarchical data. New JSON functions and performance improvements were also added to 8.0 to help you work on non-relational data. Expect to see what is new and improved in this talk to power up your application even more.
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I would like to thank Digital Ocean for enabling my research for this talk …[Read more]
Good news everyone! There’s video up for the talk I gave at Percona Live in April 2016 up: Why would I run MySQL/MariaDB on POWER anyway?
The talk is a general overview of POWER and why MySQL/MariaDB may be a good fit.
Auf der FrOSCon 10 in St. Augustin habe ich kürzlich ein Update zu unseren Erfahrungen mit dem Thema "Private Cloud mit OpenSource" gegeben. Leider sind noch nicht alle Probleme, über die letztes Jahr berichtet wurde, behoben, aber wir sind schon ein gutes Stück weiter und haben neue Stolperfallen gefunden und z. T. auch überwunden.
Leider habe ich mich mit der Zeit ein wenig getäuscht, da ich den Talk vorher schon einmal in gekürzter Form in 40 Minuten unterbringen musste, aber in der Präsentation den Countdown für die FrOSCon wieder auf 60 Minuten zu stellen vergessen hatte. Zwischenzeitlich war ich deswegen der Meinung, ziemlich hinterherzuhängen... Hoffe, es macht trotzdem ein bisschen Spaß, so blieb am Ende mehr Zeit für Fragen und Gespräche :)
Hier noch die Folien auf Slideshare:
What do the acronyms I18N or L10N stand for? What do they mean for developers of mobile applications in particular?
I hosted a session about localizing mobile applications at Developer Week 2014 in Nuremberg. It covers — among other things — text, numbers, date and time, images, and other localizable resources.
See the codecentric blog for slides and some more details.
The post and the slides are also available in German.
On last Wednesday morning I gave my talk at linux.conf.au 2014. You can now view and download the recording of it here:
(hopefully more free formats will come soon, the all volunteer AV team has been absolutely amazing getting things up this quickly).
At the first ever CodingSerbia conference in Novi Sad, Serbia, I did
an introductory talk about how iOS development works in general,
with a focus on Java developers who did not have any experience
with either the tools, frameworks or even Objective-C as a
The slides can be viewed here:
A recording has been made and published on YouTube:
If you’re in Nuremberg Germany next week (November 15-17th) and
have anything to do with Oracle or their products, then the DOAG
(German Oracle User Group) conference is the place to be. I will
be representing SkySQL Ab at the conference, giving a talk about
the internal architecture of MySQL Cluster. The talk will look at
the internals of MySQL Cluster and at the different processes
that ensure the High Availability of MySQL Cluster. Beyond that,
the talk will also look at how the data is stored on the data
nodes, how different types of queries are resolved in the
cluster, and how a primary key lookup is executed differs
significantly from a tree index search. The talk will also look
at the resources involved in resolving the queries.
So if any of the above sounds interesting come and listen to my talk in room Singapur at 13:00 on Tuesday!
I’m giving two talks tomorrow (Tuesday) at the MySQL Conference and Expo:
HailDB: A NoSQL API direct to InnoDB, 2:00pm, Ballroom D
Dropping ACID: Eating Data In A Web 2.0 Cloud World 3:05pm, Ballroom G
The HailDB talk is all about a C API to embed an InnoDB based relational database engine into your application. Awesome stuff (also nice and technical).
The second talk, “Dropping ACID: Eating Data in a Web 2.0 Cloud World” is not only a joke that only database people get, but a humorous and serious look at data integrity and reliability as promised by the current hype. This was quite well received at linux.conf.au in January. So, if you weren’t in Australia in January this year, then certainly come along and see how you go …[Read more]
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