September 22, 2014

OpenSQL Camp 2009

OpenSQL CampThis is just a public service announcement (reminder?) that LenZ and Giuseppe are planning OpenSQL Camp 2009, this time in Europe, which is great. It’ll be part of FrOSCon.

I wish I could say that I’ll attend, but due to various unpredictabilities in my family, I can’t plan that far ahead. I don’t yet know whether anyone from Percona can attend, but I know a couple of our European consultants are looking at it and tossing around various proposals. (BTW, any lack of proposals / sessions from Percona is strictly our fault, in case there is concern about that. One person noticed and said something to me, so I thought it’s worth mentioning.)

I’m thrilled that people thought the first OpenSQL Camp was valuable enough that they’re carrying it forward!

About Baron Schwartz

Baron is the lead author of High Performance MySQL.
He is a former Percona employee.

Comments

  1. The “unpredictabilities” part certainly sounds exciting!

    And yes, sad but true, it was good for you to point that out, as past experience thought us to be suspicious.

  2. Every time I write a blog post I put one unfortunate word in it :-) This time “unpredictable” , last time “quietly”… My family all wants a holiday together and who knows when we’ll get 4 brothers, wives, kids, mom, aunt and uncle and cousin all together?

  3. LenZ says:

    Thanks for the support! We are still looking for more talk submissions until July 19th. You can look at the list of all proposals received so far here:

    http://opensqlcamp.org/Events/2009/Proposed_Sessions

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