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December 13, 2006

Speaking at 2007 MySQL Users Conference

Looks like I'll be out in Santa Clara, CA in April for the 2007 MySQL Users Conference.

The session I'll be giving is titled Adding INFORMATION_SCHEMA Tables, a presentation about one thing you can do when delving into the MySQL source code. I'm excited about this as fidding in the source code is my latest fascination. There's a lot of interesting stuff you can do once you start poking around.

Excited to see what else is on the program, there wasn't much said this year about folks submitting proposals (myself included). I liked what Mike Hillyer did in years past, posting proposals for feedback as they were being developed. Wait, he did post about submitting a presentation. How did I miss that?

Even more excited about getting out there and spending a week living and breathing MySQL with the other attendees.

Posted by mike at December 13, 2006 9:27 AM