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Using MySQL as a Queue, and Free Percona Live Tickets


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This week’s TGIF give-away contest is a day early, and it’s a guest post over on the Engine Yard blog: 5 subtle ways you’re using MySQL as a queue, and why it’ll bite you. Go there to read the full post, and watch @engineyard’s Twitter feed for the chance to enter the contest for free Percona Live London tickets!

Excerpt from the blog post:

Many people realize the difficulties in building a good job queue or batch processing system, and try not to create one inside MySQL. Although the job queue is a great design pattern from the developer’s point of view, they know it’s often hard to implement well in a relational database. However, experience shows me that job queues sneak up in unexpected ways, even if you’re a seasoned developer. » read more

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Baron Schwartz

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



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