Speaking About MySQL

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This year’s Oracle Open World is taking place from October 11-15th, 2009 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, CA. Paul Vallee noted that Oracle’s acquisition of Sun means that Open World will probably want a MySQL track, and Matt Yonkovit of Big DBA Head mentioned that a blog post on it would spread the word.

The Call for Presentations closes April 26th, which is in just 3 days. You can find out more and submit presentations at http://tinyurl.com/oow09prop. I spoke at Oracle Open World last year on “How to Be an Oracle ACE” and attending the conference was pretty mind-blowing.

If you do submit a talk, feel free to comment here with the title so we can get a broad range of topics submitted, not just 100 speakers submitting “MySQL for the Oracle DBA”.

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“not just 100 speakers submitting “MySQL for the Oracle DBA”.”

What about “Oracle for the MySQL DBA”? ;)

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Ronald Bradford
April 27, 2009 10:19 am

You will find my two submitted presentations at http://ronaldbradford.com/blog/one-advantage-of-oraclesunmysql-2009-04-27/

Integrating MySQL into your Oracle DBA management processes
An overview for evaluating migrating from Oracle to MySQL

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