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April 6, 2006

Boston MySQL Meetup: Performance Tuning Best Practices

The next Boston MySQL meetup is just around the corner, Monday April 10th.

Jay Pipes
is sticking around for a few days after Linux World to present this session, which was given as a webinar back in March and was the 2nd best attended webinar in the history of MySQL webinars. It's also a preview of Jay's performance talk at the MySQL Users Conference. Jay really knows his stuff when it comes to the inner workings of MySQL, you don't want to miss this:

Learn where to best focus your attention when tuning the performance of your applications and database servers, and how to effectively find the "low hanging fruit" on the tree of bottlenecks. It's not rocket science, but with a bit of acquired skill and experience, and of course good habits, you too can do this magic!

The Apress folks have given us a bunch of copies of Pro MySQL to give away and MySQL AB will be there with pizza and soda.

Posted by mike at April 6, 2006 8:46 AM