Southern California Linux Expo’s MySQL Track


The Southern California Linux Expo (SCaLE) returns to Pasadena, California this week. This event is the largest event of its type in the US and will attract north of three thousand attendees. It attracts the best speakers from around the plant and the expo hall has exhibitors you will rarely see at other events. It is part Woodstock, part post-grad class in computer science, and 100% entertaining. The full pass is $75, unless you mention the “SPEAK” discount code to gt 50% off.

And for the fifth or sixth year, MySQL will be sponsoring the MySQL Track on Friday March 13th in Room 103.

  • MySQL 8
    10:00am
    Dave Stokes

  • Best Practices for MySQL High Availability in 2017
    11:30
    Colin Charles

  • Cassandra Eye for the MySQL Guy
    13:30
    Solomon Chang

  • MySQL vs MongoDB – Choosing right technology for your application
    14:30
    Peter Zaitsev

  • Using Hierarchical Data in MySQL, Trees vs Nests
    16:00
    Phillip Waclawski

And drop by the MySQL booth and say ‘hi’. And Saturday morning I will be part of the SCaLE 101 panel to help those who are first time attendees get the most out of the show.

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