R for MySQL DBAs
4 April 1:50PM - 2:40PM @ Ballroom A
50 minutes conference
MySQL DBAs often hold the keys to the kingdom in terms of being able to accurately mine business data in order to produce actionable intelligence. Many MySQL DBAs, however, lack the tools to generate graphs, charts, and other visually compelling evidence based on the data mined. The purpose of this presentation is to give the attendees that tool. R is a software environment for statistical computing and graphs that is perfect for interacting with relational database systems and publishing results in an informative manner. Attendees of the presentation will learn the fundamentals of R along with real-world MySQL-specific examples that can immediately be applied to the benefit of their organization.
Ryan worked for a variety of companies, including several startups, and he has a background in many different database technologies. He has extensive experience as a developer, DBA, manager, and consultant. In addition, he has worked in a broad range of industries across the globe, including health care, telecommunications, social networking, and defense. His specialties include full-stack performance optimization, scaling, and high availability.
Engineer, Square, Inc.
Randy's obsession with computers began in 1974 when he was just 14 years old. In 1977, Randy joined a new company called Apple Computer as their first software engineer and employee #6. While at Apple, Randy wrote MacWrite, the world's first WYSIWYG word processor, for the launch of the Macintosh in 1984. Randy's career spans many of Silicon Valley's most notable companies such as E*TRADE, eBay and Google. In 2011, Randy joined Square and has most notably built the payment gateways to the company's payment partners today.