February 13, 2006
OSCON Proposals Submitted
Although I've had a few ideas brewing for some time, things finally came together tonight for my O'Reilly Open Source Convention talk proposals. I just finished putting the last of three in:
- Creating Art with MySQL Routines (45-minute talk): a look at 10 new procedures/functions designed to be fun, not functional (looking to the Perl ACME modules).
- The 30-minute MySQL Cluster Installation (45-minute talk): complete step-by-step setup of a MySQL cluster (highlighting history, hardware, anatomy of the cluster, configuration, and management).
- Hands on MySQL 5: Procedures, Functions, Triggers and Views (3-hour tutorial): hands-on building of examples of each new enterprise feature in MySQL 5 (co-presented with Jay)
I was going to submit the What do you mean there's no backup? that Jay and I are presenting at the MySQL user's conference, but it just didn't feel right. Perhaps because it makes more sense at a conference where everyone is a MySQL user (or potential user).
So now we'll just have to wait and see. I'm always curious to see if what I've proposed will be of any interest to OSCON attendees. Looks like I'll have to be patience until at least March 27th.
Posted by mike at February 13, 2006 11:05 PM