Since the conference is right around the corner and I'm finally motivating myself to do something about organizing my talks, I figured it was time to pimp the conference one last time. (O'Reilly likes it when we do that.)

So, click on the logo at the left for my speaker page, or go directly to my talk descriptions: Benchmarking MySQL Queries and MySQL Scaling Pains

I'm really looking forward to the Scaling Pains talk. I get to bitch about MySQL for 45 minutes. :-)

If you're going to be there, drop by and say hi sometime. Or throw rotten food at me while I'm speaking. That's always fun. If you're not going, I will have the slides on-line after the conference, so you'll have an idea of what I talked about.

Posted by jzawodn at June 25, 2003 11:55 AM

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# jocbrut said:

thanks for the info

on June 28, 2003 01:51 AM
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