Posts by Fahd Mirza
This Log Buffer edition drops right from the clouds to check what bloggers are doing with their Oracles, SQL Servers, and MySQLs. Enjoy!
Pythian’s cherished Log Buffer carnival is celebrating the year 2013, while looking passionately towards yet another promising year for 2014. So much digital water has flown under the bridges in 2013, and Log Buffer covered it all from the eyes of bloggers across database technologies like Oracle, SQL Server, MySQL, and big data. Almost 50…
It’s no secret anymore that social networks like Facebook are fast loosing their hyper-active charm. But ask anybody about blogging, and its still there and the future is as solid as rock. Innovation, creation, and quality content with public engagement is what makes it lasting. This Log Buffer acknowledges that fact for the database bloggers.
The new year is here with a bang, and the rythem of everything new is propagating into the database technologies, hence providing database bloggers ample material to write about. This Log Buffer Edition covers all that and more.
The new fresh year is already here amidst fireworks, hard partying, resolutions, and new hopes. Log Buffer also enters into this brand new year focusing on the emerging trends while appreciating the proven technologies. Enjoy the first log buffer of this year.
Jingle bells are all the way towards the happy new year. Whether the database bloggers are basking at white, sandy beaches or warming up indoors in white, snowy mornings, they are gearing up with their blog posts to start the new year with a bang. Log Buffer shares that enthusiasm with them.
It’s that time of year when long awaited plans are implemented and the spirits are high. Relaxation oozes from most of the blog posts and this Log Buffer edition captures that with relish.
As the youngsters joyfully run towards the waiting Santa, just like that, the database enthusiasts devour the festive blog posts about their favorite database topics. This is what Log Buffer is picking up again and presenting to you.
In cold, yet dry Manchester’s winter, it was quite thermal to simultaneously relish the meritorious UKOUG Tech13 and elite Oaktable World UK 2013 conferences. Pythian’s presence was overwhelming at both congresses. Paul Vallee, Alex Gorbachev, Elliot Zissman, Luke Davies, Paul Logan, Maris Elsins, Marc Fielding, Christo Kutrovsky and Michael McKee rocked the events.
This Log Buffer Edition encompasses some of the coolest blog posts of the week from across different database technologies. Enjoy.