Meet MySQL Support at Oracle OpenWorld and Code One 2018

Oracle MySQL Support will this year again take part in the Oracle OpenWorld conference in San Francisco. Additionally, we will present at the developer focused Code One that is held at the same time. Oracle OpenWorld and Code One 2018 takes place at the Moscone Center and nearby hotels in San Francisco on Monday 22 October to Thursday 25 October.

Oracle OpenWorld and Code One 2018

MySQL Support will be represented by Lig Isler-turmelle and myself (Jesper Wisborg Krogh), and we will organize three hands-on labs (HOL) in Oracle OpenWorld, two talks in Code One, and two mini-briefings at the Support Stars Bar. The hands-on lab and Code One talks are:

TimeSpeaker(s)SessionTitle
Monday
22 October
12:15 pm - 13:15 pm
Lig Isler-turmelle
Jesper Wisborg Krogh
HOL1703A Practical Introduction to the MySQL Document Store
Tuesday
23 October
11:15 am - 12:15pm
Lig Isler-turmelle
Jesper Wisborg Krogh
HOL1706Developing Modern Applications with the MySQL Document Store and NodeJS
Wednesday
24 October
09:00 am - 09:45 am
Jesper Wisborg KroghDEV5957Develop Python Application with MySQL Connector/Python
Wednesday
24 October
02:30 pm - 03:15 am
Jesper Wisborg KroghDEV5959Python and the MySQL Document Store
Thursday
25 October
09:00 am - 10:00 am
Lig Isler-turmelle
Jesper Wisborg Krogh
HOL2986Using MySQL Common Table Expressions and Window Functions

The HOL sessions are in Salon 9A at the Mariott Marquis on the Yearba Buena Level and the DEV sessions are the Code One talks and will be in Room 2014 at Moscone West.

Additionally, we will be present at the Support Stars Bar. This is an area full of people from Oracle Support. Throughout the four days there will be 15-minute mini-briefings. Attendees to the mini-briefings can enter a drawing with a chance to win a prize. MySQL Support will have two mini-briefings (the schedule is still to be finalized). The Support Stars Bar will be located at level 3 in Moscone West. You can read more about the Support Stars Bar at the Oracle Support homepage.

There are of course many more talks both by Oracle developers, product management, as well as MySQL users. Registration is open, and I will encourage you to register and come and meet the people behind MySQL and hear about the new features and how MySQL is used. You can read more about MySQL’s general presence in LeFred’s blog and see a list of all the MySQL sessions at both OpenWorld and Code One in the Code One session catalogue.

Register for Oracle OpenWorld 2018