OpenSQLCamp Videos online!

Dec 1, 2009 / By Sheeri Cabral

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OpenSQLCamp was a huge success! I took videos of most of the sessions (we only had 3 video cameras, and 4 rooms, and 2 sessions were not recorded). Unfortunately, I was busy doing administrative stuff for opensqlcamp for the opening keynote and first 15 minutes of the session organizing, and when I got to the planning board, it was already full….so I was not able to give a session.



  • Drizzle Client Rewrite – Clark Boylan leads the requirements and design discussion for rewriting the Drizzle Client















  • Intro to Cassandra





  • Maria – MySQL founder Monty Widenius talks about Maria, and the past, present and future of MySQL.



  • mk-query-digest – Baron Schwartz talks about mk-query-digest, which parses logs and can capture live MySQL action to analyze, transform, filter, review and report on queries.





  • SQL For the Insane – Dan Colish presents SQL For the Insane – crazy SQL tricks presented at the November 2009 OpenSQLCamp in Portland, Oregon.



  • SQL vs. NoSQL Panel moderated by Ronald Bradford and including:
      • Brian Aker – Drizzle
      • Monty Widenius – MariaDB
      • Selena Deckelmann – PostgreSQL
    • Eric Evans – Cassandra
    • Mike Dirolf – MongoDB
    • Mike Miller – CouchDB














Lightning Talks (same as previously posted, nothing new below):





    • Cluster/J, a new set of Java APIs to MySQL Cluster 5.1 (John David Duncan)


    • Sphinx, the fulltext storage engine (Peter Zaitsev)


    • iiBench, the Indexed Insertion Benchmark (Bradley Kuszmaul of Tokutek)




    • Trainwreck, an agent for MySQL replication (Domas Mituzas)



    • I Play With Data, about doing real statistical calculations of data, when SQL gets in the way (Joseph di Paolantonio)



    • PL/Parrot The call for PL/Parrot in Postgres is put out there (Jonathan “Duke” Leto)


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