MySQL Connector/C++ is the latest Connector for MySQL being developed. It takes different approach compared to already existing C++ drivers by trying to follow the JDBC specification in a sane for C++ world. JDBC is the Java standard for accessing Databases which has been improved during the numerous Java releases. The JDBC interface is very well thought.
This session will present:
- the reasoning behind Connector/C++’s development
- what has been implemented
- what is on the plan
- how you can use it to ease your C++ development
I was born in Sofia, Bulgaria in 1980. I graduated both at Technical University-Sofia, Bulgaria with MSc in Computer Engineering, and University of Applied Sciences Stuttgart, Germany with MSc in Software Technology.
I started programming at age of 12, playing with Pascal. My professional carreer started when I was 20. I started at a Web 1.0 oriented company doing development using PHP/MySQL, and later C.
I joined MySQL AB in 2005 after I did my master thesis, Temporal Triggers for MySQL, during my internship at MySQL. I have been involved in QA, Event scheduler implementation (my thesis) which will be available in 5.1, Server bug-fixing and since 2 years part of the connectors team.
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