Save $1,000 on Oracle Open World with MySQL Discount


The OpenWorld early bird pricing ends this Friday, July 29!

This is the last week to use the “MYSQL11″ special MySQL discount code
and get $1,000 over regular price, so please take time to share the code
again with customers/prospects or remind them to register by Friday.

Register here and remember to enter Priority Code MYSQL11 during registration.

Oracle OpenWorld will be held on October 2-6, 2011 in San Francisco, CA. This year, we’re offering even more MySQL content and networking activities as a track under the Database Stream, including:

  • 30+ Conference Sessions
  • Sunday User Group Sessions
  • 3 Demo Pods
  • 1 Hands-on Lab
  • MySQL Customer Advisory Forum
  • MySQL Community Reception

If you register by July 29, there is a special early bird discount for the MySQL community. Use the code “MYSQL11” during registration and save $1,000 over the regular price.

The MySQL track is jam-packed with sessions to get you up to speed on the latest technical innovations and community developments that are making MySQL an even better product. Featured sessions include:

  • MySQL – The State of Dolphin, by Tomas Ulin
  • Ticketmaster: Building the Fastest Ticketing Site with MySQL and Oracle Database, by Ed Presz
  • MySQL Performance Tuning at Ning, by Chris Schneider and Tom Disheroon
  • Becoming a Rock Star MySQL DBA, by Sheeri Cabral
  • Operational Wins in MySQL Release 5.5, by Sarah Novotny
  • In addition to the MySQL track, the OpenWorld package also allows you to attend all the 2,000+ Oracle OpenWorld sessions, as well as the just-can’t-be-missed Appreciation Event featuring rock-and-roll legend Sting. Take advantage of the special MySQL discount and register today!

    Register NOW and SAVE up to US$1,000

    Enter Priority Code MYSQL11 during registration.

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