Category: MySQL

MySQL | 2006-01-23

NYC PHP Conference and Expo 2006

The New York City PHP Conference and Expo 2006 today opened it’s call for papers. All you in the community out there, I will probably be attending this conference, so […]

MySQL | 2006-01-10

Anyone in Miami In the Next Few Days?

First off, thanks to all of you who wished me good luck yesterday! That was really nice to feel welcomed … and it really means a lot to me. Thanks! […]

MySQL | 2006-01-09

Working for MySQL Now

Well, today I started working for MySQL as Community Relations Manager, North America. I’ve been a bit absent on the blog for the past few weeks as I have been […]

MySQL | 2005-12-15

About Being Nice

In case you haven’t heard, Linus Torvalds had a bit of a rant at the GNOME developers regarding quality user interfaces. In the course of the exchange, certain nasty words […]

MySQL | 2005-12-13

Interesting MySQL Commits In the Past 2 Weeks

While this may be old hat to those of you out there who, like me, regularly scour through the source code commits on the internals (and newly forked commits) lists, […]

MySQL | 2005-11-29

Here’s My System

OK, so I was up in Cleveland visiting friends for the holiday and got into a discussion with a writer friend of mine who is unabashedly disinterested in the blogging […]

DB Rambles | 2005-11-23

Great MySQL Idea from Giuseppe Maxia

Roland Bouman sent me an email yesterday alerting me to an idea presented by Giuseppe Maxia on the MySQL Stored Procedures forum a couple days ago. The idea, in a […]

MySQL | 2005-11-21

December’s Linux Magazine Article

This month’s Linux Magazine development article was written by Mike Kruckenberg and I. It covers aspects of MySQL 5, including stored procedures, views, and triggers. It was actually quite fun […]

DB Rambles | 2005-03-14

MySQL Missing in IDC Study

I found it strange that MySQL was notably missing from an InformationWeek DatabasePipeline article today about growth in market share of both Oracle and Microsoft. At first, I though perhaps […]