After a few years off, I've been doing some writing for Linux Magazine (which is on-line only) again recently. First off, my just published feature article is Drizzle: Rethinking the MySQL Database Kernel. As you might have guessed, it looks at Drizzle and some of the reasoning behind forking and re-working MySQL.
The basic idea is that I'll be writing about back-end data processing and systems--the sort of stuff that lives in the bottom half of the traditional LAMP stack.
If you have ideas of stuff you'd like to cover, please drop me a line.
As a side note, I wrote my first article for Linux Magazine back in June of 2001: MySQL Performance Tuning. Those were the MySQL 3.23 days. How time flies!
An amazing credit to some of the folks involved with Linux Magazine, all of my past writings are available there.
Posted by jzawodn at June 16, 2009 07:13 AM