This week we interview Noam Kritzer from the law firm of Bakos & Kritzer about copyright, patents and trademarks. Ear Candy is about SUBSTRING_INDEX and At the Movies is Colin Charles presenting a panel on MariaDB.
Events DB Hangops - every other Wednesay at noon Pacific time
This week we talk with Tim Callaghan of Tokutek about TokuMX, a take on MongoDB. Ear Candy is perror on Windows and At the Movies is a presentation from the SkySQL and MariaDB Solutions Day 2013 about Tokutek.
This week we finish up talking about the Openark Kit for MySQL. Ear Candy is using both --master-data and --tab with mysqldump, and At the Movies features Robert Hodges of Continuent presenting Scalable MySQL Operation in the Cloud with Continuent Tungsten.
This week we continue talking about the Openark Kit. Ear candy is the Percona Configuration Wizard, and At the Movies is a keynote from the SkySQL and MariaDB Solutions Day about the SkySQL and MariaDB merger and the MariaDB Foundation.
This week we talk about server and status variables relating to the performance schema and the ps_helper tool. Ear Candy is an sql_mode bug, and At the Movies is a performance_schema and ps_helper webinar.
This week we explain performance_schema a bit deeper. In Ear Candy, we talk about max_binlog_cache_size and At the Movies presents Max Mether of SkySQL talking about "High Availability Solutions for MySQL".
This week we discuss the basics of using the performance schema in MySQL 5.5 and 5.6. Ear Candy is about a temporal gotcha when using dates and times that do not exist, and At the Movies is David Stokes giving some useful for System Administrators who also are in a DBA role.