Pythian at the MySQL Conference 2007

Posted in: MySQL, Technical Track

I will be out of the office all next week, so expect more blog posts from me! That’s not a joke — both Yannick Gratton and I will be at the MySQL Conference in Santa Clara, taking in all the material we can, processing it, and spewing out what I hope will be some useful blogs. Watch this space!

If you’re going to be at the conference, do drop by and say hi. If you don’t know how to find me, drop in to Ballroom B at 3:35pm on April 24 when I’m doing a presentation on “Real World MySQL Tuning” — some quick and dirty tips to get the most out of an out-of-the-box MySQL install. And if you’re not already registered, there are details and links to the conference website below. There’s still time — be there!

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Meet our marketing guy Martin too… he will be presenting more information about The Pythian Group right after my presentation, same place.
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The MySQL Conference Conference & Expo 2007

The conference is taking place in both the Santa Clara Convention Center
and the Hyatt Regency Hotel.

Convention Center
5001 Great America Parkway
Santa Clara, CA 95054

Hyatt Regency Hotel
5101 Great America Parkway
Santa Clara, CA 95054
Phone: (408) 200-1234

Want to talk with an expert? Schedule a call with our team to get the conversation started.

About the Author

Raj has been managing and guiding highly effective teams for over 20 years. Raj combines strong leadership skills with a deeply technical background in IT consulting to bring tailored and efficient technology solutions to Pythian. Additionally, his focus on data security has helped Pythian meet and often exceed client and regulatory requirements. Prior to joining Pythian in 2003, Raj held various leadership positions with a proven record of success. He has a degree in Industrial Engineering and has worked in multiple IT and engineering fields.

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MySQL Conference 2012 Day 0 | The Pythian Blog
April 10, 2012 5:07 pm

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