OurSQL Episode 9: Jay Pipes Speaks About the MySQL Conference

This week I spoke with Jay Pipes about the upcoming MySQL Conference, April 23-26 in Santa Clara, California, USA.

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I had a setting wrong in my recording program and ended up having a very different sound quality than what I had wanted. I played with it as much as I could, but I apologize for the bad quality audio, especially the breathing that you can hear, the mouse clicks, and when you can hear me swallow and such. (It’s probably not as bad as it sounds, but I shudder at it all, because I want to provide y’all with the best quality possible).

On with the show notes!

Tutorials are 3 hours long (and there are two that have two parts each). The tutorial links and descriptions are here. Tutorials in bold are ones that were mentioned in the podcast:

MySQL Cluster: The Complete Tutorial, Part I
MySQL Cluster: The Complete Tutorial, Part II

MySQL Replication: The Complete Tutorial, Part I
MySQL Replication, The Complete Tutorial, Part II

MySQL 5.0 DBA I Certification Primer
MySQL 5.0 DBA II Certification Primer

Managing Hierarchical Data in MySQL: The Extended Director’s Cut
Vital Rails: An Introduction to the Ruby on Rails Framework
Scaling and High Availability Architectures
MySQL Cluster Certification Primer
MySQL 5.1 In-depth
Writing Your Own Storage Engine
Wikipedia: Site Internals, Configuration and Code Examples, and Management Issues
Real-World MySQL Performance Tuning
MySQL Network Monitoring and Advisory Services: from Soup to Nuts

Registration (and information about discounts, including the $200 discount if you register by March 14th)

There are too many sessions to list, however the conference home page at http://www.mysqlconf.com (scroll to the bottom), and the links take you to a page with all the sessions in that track.

We spoke on the podcast about serving three audiences: DBA’s, Developers, and the General Audience. I’ve taken the liberty of grouping the tracks:

Architecture and Technology
Performance Tuning and Benchmarks
Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence
MySQL Cluster and High Availability
Replication and Scale-Out
Security and Database Administration

Ruby and MySQL

General Audience
Business and Case Studies
Storage Engine Development and Optimization
Web 2.0, Ajax, and Emerging Technologies
The General Track

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