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Announcing Percona Training Workshops for InnoDB and XtraDB

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Today, we are announcing that we’re ready to offer training for InnoDB and XtraDB in Santa Clara and San Francisco.  The course was developed by Morgan Tocker with input from all our team – and covers a lot of the performance problems we run through in our consulting practice.

The Details:

14th Sept – Santa Clara
1 day intensive course
Cost: $300*

16th Sept – San Francisco
1 day intensive course
Cost: $300*

(* includes a copy of High Performance MySQL if you register before 31st Aug).

The delivery format:

Being only one day, we elected to deliver the course in a predominately lecture-format – but there will be a few opportunities to try examples.  For more information see the Percona Website.

Get a Free ticket!
We’re giving away the first two tickets to readers of our blog.  To enter, send an email to contest[at]percona.com or Twitter @Percona before August 10th to explain what your favorite Percona patch is and why. Yasufumi Kinoshita has kindly accepted to be our judge – which should make things interesting!

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Morgan Tocker

Morgan is a former Percona employee. He was the Director of Training at Percona. He was formerly a Technical Instructor for MySQL and Sun Microsystems. He has also previously worked in the MySQL Support Team, and provided DRBD support.


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