Looking back at the short-term, it wasn’t long since MySQL was bought by Sun, and yesterday the deal with Oracle was finalized.
I want to take this time to thank everyone involved in MySQL and the surrounding community for their hard work, and express my wishes that you look forward to the future and what it might hold, I am sure it will be great.
I think that if done correctly, we as a community can benefit from these changes in the long run, so let’s look forward rather than backward.
Turns out however that things such as the documentation is still missing, hopefully it will return soon. As an example for what I mean, take …[Read more]
Everyone and their mother are throwing out their predictions for 2009 nowadays, itâ€s a new fad. Itâ€s like youâ€re not cool anymore if you donâ€t have twitter, a Mac, and a set of random predictions for the next 12 joyous months.
So I decided to throw in a few ideas of my own to be part of the cool crowd again (how much cooler can I be already, you might think, and I wouldnâ€t blame you).
Disclaimer (read it, tough guy)
What this post is:
- about the future of technology and the Internet, 2009 and beyond.
- my ideas on what is going to happen or should happen. If they happen to match someone elseâ€s ideas â€“ it doesnâ€t mean I ripped them off, it just means we share the same opinions and theyâ€re more likely to come true.
What this post is not: