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MySQL doesn't just run millions of high-volume websites and businesses around the world—it powers social networks, telecommunications systems, ecommerce sites, geolocation companies: the future of the Web.
Despite the concerns about MySQL while its corporate stewardship transitions to Oracle, this is also a time of opportunity. In addition to Oracle's support of MySQL, the richness of the MySQL ecosystem continues to flourish thanks to its dedicated users and enterprise stakeholders, who all have too much skin in the game to let MySQL decline.
The O'Reilly MySQL Conference & Expo is committed to spreading the latest and best knowledge on MySQL and related technologies to the global community of DBAs, developers, and managers. You'll find answers to your questions about MySQL, a technology that's on its way up, not out, in an independent and inclusive environment. You'll also find practical guidance to help you add value and manage costs in a challenging economy.
The lineup of speakers (including Edward Screven of Oracle), program committee members, and sponsors represent some of the most influential people, companies, and projects in the MySQL community, addressing mission-critical open source issues.
In just four days, this deeply technical conference will take your skills and know-how to the next level through expert-led sessions, in-depth tutorials, and face to face conversations with open source gurus and developers. Join with other database and open source enthusiasts at the conference and:
The O'Reilly MySQL Conference & Expo builds on the tradition of past MySQL conferences (previously co-presented with MySQL AB and with Sun) to showcase the full spectrum of the MySQL and open database ecosystem. The conference takes place April 12-15, 2010 in Santa Clara, California, at the Santa Clara Convention Center and Hyatt Regency Santa Clara.
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