I Am Speaking at Oracle Developer Live – MySQL 2020

It is a year of online conferences and next week, the time has come to Oracle Developer Live for MySQL. It consists of a keynote at the start of the day and two tracks at the rest of the day. The event takes place in two rounds: On 13 October the event takes place during American business hours, and on 15 October it happens during European, African, Middle Eastern, and Asian-Pacific business hours/evening.

Recording Available

If you missed the talk, you can watch a recording at https://youtu.be/ZH03kXN5-Ok.

Oracle Developer Live - MySQL - October 13, 2020 - Americas

I am honoured to have been given the opportunity to speak about MySQL performance tuning. On 13 October, I will speak at 12:05pm Pacific Time and on 15 October at 10:05 Central European Time/1:35pm Indian time/7:05pm Australian Eastern Daylight Time. A teaser: you will learn about the virtue of being lazy and there will be real world case studies.

Oracle Developer Live - MySQL - October 15, 2020 - Europe, Middle East and Africa, and Asia Pacific

You can see the full agenda for Oracle Developer Live – MySQL and register at https://developer.oracle.com/developer-live/mysql/.

I have worked with MySQL databases since 2006 both as an SQL developer, a database administrator, and for more than eight years as part of the Oracle MySQL Support team. I have spoken at MySQL Connect and Oracle OpenWorld on several occasions, and addition to his books, I regularly blog on MySQL topics and has authored around 800 documents in the Oracle Knowledge Base. I have contributed to the sys schema and four Oracle Certified Professional (OCP) exams for MySQL 5.6 to 8.0. I earned a PhD in computational chemistry before changing to work with MySQL and other software development in 2006. I live in Sydney, Australia, and enjoys spending time outdoors walking, traveling, and reading. My areas of expertise include MySQL Cluster, MySQL Enterprise Backup, performance tuning, and the Performance and sys schemas.

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