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Speaking on MySQL Meetup in London, July 18

 | July 6, 2011 |  Posted In: MySQL


I’m speaking at the great multi-speaker MySQL Meetup event taking place in London, 18th of July.
I’ll talk about approaches to application scalability which is one of my favorite topics and would be a good fit both for MySQL DBAs and Developers. Make sure you register on meetup page as otherwise you will not be able to get into the building.

As an extra bonus I will give away couple of tickets to the Percona Live, London scheduled for late October. Must to attend conference if you’re serious about MySQL.

Hope to see you there !

Peter Zaitsev

Peter managed the High Performance Group within MySQL until 2006, when he founded Percona. Peter has a Master's Degree in Computer Science and is an expert in database kernels, computer hardware, and application scaling.


  • I second JohnShep. I’m a DBA in London and we run Percona Server. I would have enjoyed the opportunity to hear Peter present. I have no intentions of joining facebook, and the organisers of the Meetup could have done a better job of publicising the event.

    While the prospect of Percona Live in London is very exciting, not all of us have the budget to attend.

  • Jonathan,

    Sorry about that. The organizers pick how event is done and if joining meetup or Facebook is needed for you to see details.

    Regarding Percona Live – there is a way you can get in for free – by submitting the good talk and becoming a speaker

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