- I’m thrilled to naturally be at Percona Live Europe Amsterdam from Oct 3-5 2016. I have previously talked about some of my sessions but I think there’s another one on the schedule already.
- LinuxCon Europe – Oct 4-6 2016. I won’t be there for the whole conference, but hope to make the most of my day on Oct 6th.
- MariaDB Developer’s meeting – Oct 6-8 2016 – skipping the first day, but will be there all day 2 and 3. I even have a session on day 3, focused on compatibility with MySQL, a topic I deeply care about ( …
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I have a BoF session next week at OSCON next week:
The session is at 7pm Tuesday night – look for rooms D135 and/or D137/138.
Correction: We are now in E144 on Tuesday with the Hadoop get together first at 7pm, and the Data Migration to follow at 8pm.
I’m actually going to be joined by Gwen Shapira from Cloudera, who has a BoF session on Hadoop next door at the same time, along with Eric Herman from Booking.com. We’ll use the opportunity to talk all things Hadoop, but particularly the ingestion of data from MySQL and other databases into the Hadoop datastore.
As always, it’d be great to meet anybody interested in Hadoop at the BoF, please come along and introduce yourselves, and …[Read more]
Good afternoon Oscon attendees - in particular attendees of my High Availability in MySQL tutorial!
Attached you can find a spreadsheet (both LibreOffice, Excel) that we will use at the end of the tutorial. You can also download the slides, in case you wish to browse them at your own pace.
At OSCON, if you’re into the MySQL world, the day to be paying attention to BoFs is clearly Wednesday, 24 July 2013. We have a MariaDB BoF at D136 at 8pm-9pm, but before that you might be at the MySQL BoF in the same room, or you might be in Peter Zaitsev’s BoF on MySQL, NoSQL, Big Data – Better Together in E141. So figure out how to split yourself at 7-8pm, and once you’re done, come from 8-9pm at D136 on Wednesday and join the MariaDB crew at OSCON!
We’ll also be at the SkySQL booth, so come by Booth 815 and get some free t-shirts, stickers, or support the MariaDB community by being a foundation donor.
MySQL Community BOF at OSCON
Moderated by: Dave Stokes
7:00pm Wednesday, 07/24/2013
There will be a Birds Of a Feather seesion for all interested in MySQL, the MySQL Community, and all the surrounding technology that relies on MySQL. Lets talk about the current and future of MySQL — where you think it should be heading — and network with others. All levels of audience experience are welcome.
Oh yes, 2012 was an incredible year for the MySQL
That’s why I would like to change the rules this year and I would like to offer you a new survey for this [Plus]Â reader’s choice 2012.
Community users, bloggers and events made the whole community
last year, tell us how you used this community?
It will only take 5 minutes of your precious time,Â votes will be closed Jan. 31.
Vote for what you used! (with your heart, again…)
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Over the past few weeks since joining SkySQL as CEO, I have been meeting with team members to learn more about each person's views on the company, our customers and the industry. The team has done an amazing job since this company of original MySQLers re-emerged onto the scene more than a year and a half ago. We now have over 300 customers globally with very high satisfaction on the quality of services provided. July has for me been all about understanding the unique company culture and heritage from MySQL, and how we as a team can capitalize on our strengths to solve the challenges that our customers face while increasing the attractiveness of the MySQL ecosystem and community.
This past week I attended OSCon, the annual conference for open source’s true believers. And there was a religious fervor in the air, particularly from the point of view of someone more accustomed to Oracle conferences.
And if open source is the religion, proprietary closed-source companies are the devil. That having been said, I was surprised how virtually all large companies were demonized. Even long-time defenders of open source like IBM were ignored at best. That didn’t prevent them from coming though, with Microsoft and HP in particular with high-profile sponsorships and PR offensives that didn’t seem to have much influence with the crowd.
The companies generating buzz were the small companies built around development of their own open source products. There are a surprising number of them out there, especially relating to multiple forks of a popular product like MySQL or …[Read more]
I was honored to get two talks accepted at the MySQL conference this year, but interestingly both of them are actually only indirectly about MySQL.
The first is called “Writing non-blocking code for interaction with data systems and web services in Node.js and Perl”. This sounds fancier than it is, I picked up some non-blocking programming in Perl and a bit of Node.js (which, strangely, is pretty straightforward once you write some Perl AnyEvent) my last year or so at Yahoo. This talk really is just meant to be a gentle introduction to what this type of coding is, how it works, and some of the things you can do with it. My goal is to present something I could have …[Read more]
Last week was a banner week for MySQL at OSCON. We had many MySQL
developers meeting with the MySQL community, conducting technical
sessions, leading BOF sessions, working the exhibit hall, and
confirming Oracle's leadership in the technical evolution of
MySQL. The highlight of the week was the unveiling of even
more 5.6 early access InnoDB and Replication features that are
now available for early adopters to download, evaluate and shape
InnoDB is one of MySQL's "crown jewels" and beginning in 5.5 is now the default storage engine. The following 5.6 feature improvements are in direct response to community and customer feedback and requests. The new 5.6 early access features include:
- Full-text search
- REDO log files max size extended to 2 TB
- UNDO logs on their own tablespace …
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