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How to find bugs in MySQL

April, 2014

For Roel Van de Paar, finding bugs in MySQL is not only fun, it’s also something he's been doing the last four years of his professional life.

Whether you want to become the next Shane Bester (who is generally considered the most skilled MySQL bug hunter worldwide), or just want to prove you can outsmart some of the world’s best programmers, finding bugs in MySQL is a skill not reserved anymore to top QA engineers armed with a loads of scripts, expensive flash storage and top-range server hardware.

As Percona's director of development services, Roel leads Percona's Development Services group, which includes Percona's QA, documentation, software packaging, build/release management and performance testing teams.

Stored Under: Percona Server, MySQL 5.6

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Roel Van de Paar

Roel Van de Paar

Senior QA Lead

Roel leads Percona's Development Services group, which includes Percona's QA, documentation, software packaging, build/release management and performance testing teams. Roel has an extensive and varied background in IT, backed up by many industry leading certifications. Previously Roel was a Senior QA Engineer at Oracle, contributing significantly to the MySQL QA infrastructure.



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