It appears that OpenSQL Camp was renamed Open Database Camp since I see many database technologies listed on their site that do not use SQL as an access method. The final schedule of presentations shows lots of MySQL content for Friday. There is one session each for MySQL, PostgreSQL, and MongoDB on Saturday. Sunday is “unconference” style, hopefully we can get more variety in those sessions.
I love attending this type of conference because I learn how real-world users are implementing MySQL to meet their needs. It also gives me a chance to see some great technology speakers and catch up on current Linux and other open source topics.
Tokutek is sponsoring so I’ll be presenting “TokuDB in 60 seconds!”. Please send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to meet up and discuss our technology in detail.
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