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In just over a week, we’ll be running a Percona Live MySQL conference in the nation’s capital, in a beautiful modern conference facility that has its own Metro rail stop. And for a limited time, you can save 20% with this discount code: PerLiveDC.

If you’re in the DC area and you use MySQL, this is the event you shouldn’t miss. Here’s what you’ll see:

  • Technical talks on core MySQL topics such as replication, high availability, and performance tuning. Speakers include Percona’s Peter Zaitsev, Baron Schwartz, Kenny Gryp, Yves Trudeau, Espen Braekken, and industry giants such as AOL’s Mike DelNegro and PayPal’s Daniel Austin. No fluff, no sales pitches.
  • An evening panel on cloud and virtualization, featuring people who’ve built large systems in and out of the cloud. We’ll have Peter Zaitsev, Theo Schlossnagle (OmniTI; author of Scalable Internet Architectures), Robert Uhrmacher (CTO of ideeli, Inc magazine’s fastest-growing company of the year) and VMWare’s Michael West, with many years of experience in virtualization and databases (of many flavors).
  • Your colleagues and peers, and your potential future employees/employers. You’ll make connections that count.

Register now at a discount, and spread the word to your friends!

And be sure to stop us in the halls and say hi — all of us would love to meet you in person!

– Baron, Peter, Kenny, Espen, Yves, Kortney, Bill, and the rest of the Percona crew

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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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