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OpenSQLCamp is comming close

 | November 2, 2008 |  Posted In: Events and Announcements

OpenSQLCamp is coming close and it is your last change to register. I’m very excited about this event as it looks to be marketing free community gathering, having much fewer attendees but many of them are well known MySQL Professionals. Besides hopefully in depth sessions this promises a lot of good informal chats. Also as […]

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Speaking on MySQL SF Meetup (Nov 3)

 | October 27, 2008 |  Posted In: Events and Announcements

November 3rd, I’m speaking at San Francisco MySQL Meetup – The talk will be about Scaling MySQL driven Web Sites by Sharding and Replication. This is Free event and you’re surely most welcome to join. At this point I see there are some 70 people signed up and 59 spots left. BTW: This will not […]

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Percona welcomes Ewen Fortune and Piotr Biel

 | October 1, 2008 |  Posted In: Events and Announcements

Although we haven’t announced any new members in a while, the Percona team has continued to grow steadily behind the scenes. Our hiring policy is to have a few months’ provisional period to ensure the…, of course. Ewen has been a consultant and contractor before joining Percona, and has many years of experience in Oracle, MySQL, Unix systems ….

Piotr Biel lives in Poland, quite close to our other Polish team member (Maciek Dobrzanski). In his past as a system architect he … can do!

Ewen and Piotr, a very warm welcome to the Percona team from all of us, and we are so glad to …

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Speaking on HighLoad++, Moscow, Russia

 | September 21, 2008 |  Posted In: Events and Announcements

I’ll be speaking at HighLoad++ conference in Moscow,Russia taking place 6,7 Oct 2008. This conference was quite success with very interesting presentation last year and I’m hoping it would be even better this year. I also will have a full dayMaster Class focused on Scaling MySQL w Sharding and Replication based on material in our […]

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MySQL End Of Life (EOL) Policy

 | August 22, 2008 |  Posted In: Events and Announcements

We’ve discussed today how we should implement MySQL Version advisory in mk-audit tool. One obvious questions was to look at the end of life – it is often bad idea to run MySQL versions past end of life as even security bugs may not be fixed in these (though do not get paranoid, if you’re […]

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