Archive for the ‘mysqluc2010’ tag
I’ve submitted a Birds of a Feather session for Maatkit at the upcoming MySQL conference. It’s not on the public schedule yet, but it has been accepted and scheduled for 19:00 on 13 Apr 2010. See you there!
One of my colleagues, Ryan Lowe, has just heard that his session on PCI compliance with MySQL has been accepted at the upcoming MySQL conference. Ryan is highly qualified to present this topic, and not many people can say that; I certainly can’t claim that title myself. If you’re looking to learn how to make your MySQL installation PCI-compliant, there’s also not a lot of trustworthy information online. Personally — and really, no bias just because he’s my colleague — I think this is a great session for the MySQL conference, which I sometimes thought didn’t have enough diversity of topics in past years. We need more stuff like this to give people a reason to return after they’ve gone for 2 or 3 years in a row.
I’m speaking at the O’Reilly MySQL Conference 2010. I hope I don’t lose my voice, because I have four sessions!
- Diagnosing and Fixing MySQL Performance Problems
- EXPLAIN Demystified
- Read-Write Splitting: Techniques, Challenges, and Solutions
- MySQL Graphing and Trending with Cacti
You can click through on the links above to learn more about each session. I’m also looking forward to the other sessions. Here’s a sample of a few that I have my eye on:
- Linux performance tuning and stabilization tips by Yoshinori Matsunobu
- MySQL Proxy meets: Memcache by Jan Kneschke
- PHP Object-Relational Mapping Libraries In Action by Fernando Ipar
The schedule is far from complete, because the conference committee is still working on it, but the proposals to choose from are impressive. Stay tuned as more talks are approved and the schedule fills out, and don’t wait too long to register and book your flight! This is going to be a banner year.