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Plenty of new MySQL books

In the old days, when we wanted to strengthen our skills the only option was to buy a good book. Nowadays one can find a lot of resources on the Internet, however quality is often poor. Fortunately there are still some great people who are brave enough to write new books that will help a new generation of women and men to build modern applications with MySQL the world's most popular open source database. Let me introduce you 3 MySQL books : Introducing the MySQL 8 Document Store / MySQL and JSON: A Practical Programming Guide / Pro MySQL NDB Cluster

Career as a Python Programmer Freelancing Jobs in Upwork Linkedin

In this episode, we are going to discuss about some statistics and data about freelancing and jobs based on Python programmer and python developer worldwide. Python is one of the most popular programming language in the market. We will first discuss about Python related jobs in Upwork.com then we will discuss about the jobs in Linkedin.com.



Summary of my discussion:

To start career in Python based work one need to know additional technology besides Python programming language like:

  1. How to Web Scrap
  2. Bash Shell scripting
  3. Elastic Search
  4. Hadoop
  5. Django [ For Web Application ]
  6. JavaScript [ For Web Applicatin]
  7. Data Structure
  8. Git
  9. MySQL or PostgreSQL
  10. Redis [ Server Side Cache ]
  11. Kafka

Recommended Beginner Python Books:

Python Crash Course :

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MySQL and JSON - A Practical Programming Guide is now available!

My book MySQL and JSON - A Practical Programming Guide is now available! My promotional copies have arrived and I will be bringing them to PHP Tek, SyntaxCon, and Southeast Linuxfest in the next two weeks.

This is a book on discovering how to use JSON with MySQL with lots of examples, samples programs, and more.  Please order your copy today. Order From Amazon

Book Review – High Performance MySQL (3rd edition)

Introduction I either have time for reading or writing, but not both. Now that the first edition of High-Performance Java Persistence is done, I can catch up on the many books I planned on reading but didn’t have time to do so. In this post, I’m going to review High Performance MySQL by Baron Schwartz, … Continue reading Book Review – High Performance MySQL (3rd edition) →

Four MariaDB books available now

It’s quite exciting to see the amount of MariaDB books out there (first GA release of software: February 2010).

From left-to-right:

  1. MariaDB Crash Course (August 2011)
  2. Getting Started with MariaDB (October 2013)
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Book in Korean: Real MariaDB

For some months now, there have been some back & forth emails with Matt, one of the senior DBAs behind the popular messaging service, KakaoTalk (yes, they are powered by MariaDB). Today I got some positive information: the book published entirely in the Korean language, titled Real MariaDB is now available.

It covers MariaDB 10.0. Where appropriate, there are also notes on MySQL 5.6 (especially with regards to differences). This is Matt’s fourth MySQL-related book, and there’s a community around it …

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MariaDB-related links in November 2013

Another month has come to an end. If you’re looking to be updated on MariaDB content on a regular basis, don’t forget to be on Twitter (@mariadb), Facebook (MariaDB.dbms), or Google Plus (+mariadb).

There was a question on Quora – Is Facebook considering ditching MySQL in favor of MariaDB like Google did? The best answer really comes from Harrison Fisk, so I’ll leave you to it to read. The older link made its way on social media about Wikipedia_$ mv MySQL MariaDB. …

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Book review: Instant InnoDB

Instant Innodb, by Matt Reid

This book does a good job of explaining the InnoDB internals. I have found particularly useful the section where it describe in detail all the server variables affecting InnoDB. Although these variables are also in the MySQL manual, some of them have never been explained to me as thoroughly as this book as done.

The title claims that it is a InnoDB reference. If is more than that, as the reference part id covered in three chapters. The rest of the book gives useful advice on maintenance, monitoring, and troubleshooting.

Our Effective MySQL Books

At Effective MySQL we provide resources for the DBA, Developer and Architect to best use MySQL. This includes currently three books in our series, available in print, PDF and Kindle formats.

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Replication Techniques in depth

The third book of the Effective MySQL series provides the reader with the tools, knowledge and tips for managing a scalable MySQL Replication environment.

Chapters

  1. The Five Minute DBA
  2. Diagnosing Common Replication Problems
  3. Improving Standard Replication Features
  4. Understanding Multi-Master Replication
  5. MySQL Replication Tools
  6. Extending Replication for Practical Needs
  7. MySQL Configuration Options
  8. Monitoring Replication

You can find the code examples from this book at
https://github.com/effectiveMySQL/ReplicationTechniques

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This title is available in print, PDF and Kindle formats from these retailers.

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