Posts Categorized: Pythian

Oracle Open World Has Been Just That

After the first day and a half, the show has yet again lived up to all expectations. Oracle has been around for over two decades and this well-oiled machine excels at everything it does … OOW 2011 being a living/breathing example. It all started with the database and everything they have touched since has turned to gold.

Liveblogging at OOW: State of the Dolphin

Thomas Ulin, VP of MySQL Enginnering, speaks about “State of the Dolphin” at 2011 Oracle OpenWorld.  There are some pretty cool new features in MySQL 5.6 development milestone release 2, and they are all quite stable, which is exciting.  They want to add more features before going GA with MySQL 5.6, but the ones in…

Call for Papers for Collaborate ends tomorrow!

The call for papers for Collaborate ends tomorrow, Friday October 14th.  Collaborate is Sunday, April 22nd through Thursday April 26th at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas.  This year the folks scheduling the MySQL Conference and Expohave smartly chosen not to conflict, and in fact they are 2 weeks apart. Collaborate is the…

Trends and Data – Notes from Strata NYC 2011

I’ve attended the Strata conference in NYC last week. Its been many years since I’ve last attended a conference without presenting in it. I decided to attend the conference since it is considered the foremost data science conference. And I was very much interested in what those data scientists are up to. I share some of it here.

Postgresql 9.1 – Part 1: General Features

General scope Postgresql 9.1 runs over the theme “features, innovation and extensibility” and it really does. This version was born to overcome Postgresql 9.0 ‘s limitations and known bugs in replication. If you are developing over 9.0, it’s time to think seriously about preparing your code for Postgresql 9.1. The intent of this series of…

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