In this session we'll go beyond the basics to demonstrate the creation of data-driven applications using .NET and MySQL. We'll include discussion of ASP.NET Ajax with MySQL and LINQ in .NET 3.x.
This session will walk through everything from using BitKeeper to access the source trees, to the CMake build system, and using the free command line and GUI-based tools to build and debug MySQL.
This session provides an introduction to application development with Mono and MySQL; the current state of Mono, including its support for databases through ADO.NET and LINQ; and explores how one open source ASP.NET application provides support for Mono and MySQL.
MySQL Workbench is a highly customizable tool to help you make your everyday job more efficient. This tutorial will show how to write configurable, flexible, cross-platform plugins (C++, Python, LUA).
A hands-on discussion of the MySQL Workbench tool showing the benefits for Ruby/Python/PHP, as well as .NET/Java developers. Efficient database schema design and maintenance has never been so easy.
TheTicketDepartment.com is an Online Ticket Brokerage that ties into approximately 800 brokers. Learn how they have tied MySQL 5.1 DB into a MySQL 3.23 DB App using replication and triggers.