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OSCON Early Registration Ends on 20 June
Here's a gentle reminder: OSCON early registration ends on Monday, the 20th. Now's the time to talk to your boss, reserve your tickets, and save a few hundred dollars on admission. (At the very least, you can come to my talk and heckle me about what didn't make it into the new book.)
- chromatic [ Jun. 15, 2005 03:58 PM | Subject(s): Open Source , BSD, Java, Linux, Mozilla, MySQL, ONLamp, Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby, SysAdmin | Permalink]

Like to Write Code? Want Money For It?
Google wants to encourage students to participate in open source projects. That's why they've announced the Summer of Code, where students can sign up to produce open source projects in conjunction under the guidance of prominent, community-led open source organizations, to earn $4500.
- chromatic [ May. 31, 2005 02:13 PM | Subject(s): Open Source , BSD, Java, Linux, Mozilla, MySQL, ONLamp, Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby | Permalink]

Demystifying geospatial - the basics
Are you a web developer, data analyst or some other geek who wants to jump on the "location" bandwagon? Here are some of the "geospatial" basics you need to know. Want to learn more? My new book, Web Mapping Illustrated, will get you up to speed in no time.
- Tyler Mitchell [ May. 11, 2005 11:00 PM | Subject(s): Location, GIS , Databases, Emerging Technology, General, Hacks, Location, GIS, MySQL, Open Source, Technology & Society, Web Development, Web Services | Permalink]

MySQL conference wraps up with a vision
Adam Bosworth's vision is for a protocol that provides raw access to data. And if the user gets a few hundred results and has to scroll through them a little bit, that's fine.
- Andy Oram [ Apr. 21, 2005 12:19 PM | Subject(s): MySQL , Web Services | Permalink]

Trees in MySQL 5.0
On the first day of the MySQL Users Conference, I attended Jan Kneschke's session on new features in MySQL 5.0. As an aside, he demonstrated a nice technique for retrieving all children of a branch in a tree in a single SQL statement.
- chromatic [ Apr. 19, 2005 08:48 AM | Subject(s): MySQL , Databases | Permalink]

MySQL Con: Data Warehousing With MySQL
I learned far more about data warehousing than I actually had anticipated was possible. I also realized why my entire existing implementation had been so problematic for me, and what I needed to do to correct it.
- Derek J. Balling [ Apr. 18, 2005 10:12 PM | Subject(s): MySQL | Permalink]

Data Warehousing at MySQLCon: A tutorial and a session you shouldn't miss
It looks like I will not get to the MySQL Users Conference, and that's a drag--the schedule looks great. However, I've seen earlier versions of two of the scheduled items, and they are winners.
- John W. Adams [ Apr. 18, 2005 09:24 AM | Subject(s): MySQL , Databases, Publishing | Permalink]

Hotsos Symposium, Day 3
The final day of the Hotsos Symposium brings excellent presentations on nulls, the SQL standard, and diagnosibility.
- Jonathan Gennick [ Mar. 10, 2005 08:28 AM | Subject(s): Databases , Databases, MySQL | Permalink]

Hotsos Symposium, Day 2
Day 2 of the Hotsos Symposium begins with a jester hat and blinking lights.
- Jonathan Gennick [ Mar. 09, 2005 05:16 AM | Subject(s): Databases , Databases, MySQL, Oracle | Permalink]

Hotsos Symposium, Day 1
Day 1 gets the annual, Hotsos Symposium off to a great start.
- Jonathan Gennick [ Mar. 07, 2005 09:26 PM | Subject(s): Oracle , Databases, MySQL, Oracle | Permalink]

Some Zope products vs. MySQL 4.1 and Python 2.4
Your COREBlog product for Zope and MySQL-Python for the ZMySQLDA for Zope may need a little upgrade if you upgrade to Python 2.4 and MySQL 4.1 respectively.
- Todd Ogasawara [ Feb. 01, 2005 11:14 PM | Subject(s): Open Source , MySQL, Python | Permalink]

recommend a good web-application framework for PHP?
I'm spending WAY too much time just on the web UI interface to my projects! I wish I had a good re-usable framework for all these web-apps. Any suggestions?
- Derek Sivers [ Dec. 07, 2004 12:16 AM | Subject(s): PHP , Databases, MySQL, ONLamp, Perl, Python, Web Development, XML | Permalink]

Domains, Domains, My Kingdom for a Domain!
Is it possible to use Oracle's user-defined types to implement domains as described in the relational model?
- Jonathan Gennick [ Nov. 01, 2004 05:08 AM | Subject(s): Databases , Databases, MySQL, Oracle | Permalink]

XUL and MySQL Cluster at NYPHP
Last night's NYPHP meeting featured two talks: Jayesh Sheth on XUL and Johan Andersson on MySQL cluster. Both were a little less PHP-specific than many NYPHP talks but they have their relevancy in the PHP ecosphere.
- David Sklar [ Aug. 25, 2004 07:05 AM | Subject(s): PHP , Mozilla, MySQL | Permalink]

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