For over a decade, MySQL has been at the core of high-volume websites and businesses, powering social networks, crisis response, transparent government initiatives, geolocation companies: the future of the Web. Today, a rich ecosystem surrounds MySQL and it continues to evolve. This is an exciting time for MySQL—new projects are rapidly emerging and work on the codebase is being tackled with renewed energy.
The O'Reilly MySQL Conference & Expo, returning April 11-14, 2011 to the Hyatt Santa Clara in Santa Clara, California, spreads the latest and best knowledge on MySQL and related technologies to the global open source community.
Our program schedule, lineup of speakers, program committee members, and sponsors represents some of the most influential people, companies, and projects in the MySQL ecosystem who are addressing mission-critical open source issues. Featured speakers confirmed to date include:
If you're wondering about the sessions that attendees are excited about and already adding to their personal schedules, get a peek here.
In just four days, this deeply technical conference will take your skills and know-how to the next level:
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