There are many GUI applications to deal with databases and with MySQL in
particular. But for die hard command line enthusiasts, who grew up with
Linux, the shell prompt is still prince.
You would be surprised at the vast amount of operations that you can do
from the command line. Running commands on several databases at once,
filtering users, getting detailed metadata, transferring data from the
operating system to a database and the other way around, creating scripts
from database data, creating SQL commands from database data.
That, and more, you can learn by attending this tutorial. Learn the art of
the command line as a shortcut to quick and efficient administration, and
as help for demanding developers.
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Giuseppe Maxia, a.k.a. “The Data Charmer” works as QA Director at Continuent.
He’s an active member of the MySQL community and long timer open source enthusiast.
During the past decades he has worked in various IT related fields, with focus on databases, object oriented programming, system administration.
Fluent in Italian, English, Perl, Python, SQL, Lua, C, Bash, and good speaker of C++, French, Spanish, Java.
Works in cyberspace, with a virtual team.
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