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Percona MySQL Conference 2015

Wed. Keynotes WebscaleSQL 5 companies Facebook, Google, Alibaba, Twitter Percona and MariaDB Please use apache CLA MariaDB.com CEO http://451research.com/dashboard/dpa Multisource replication from Taobao Spider Sharding Atomic writes with Fusion IO/Sandisk 18% faster with 1/4 writes Coneect Storage Engine for Federation … Continue reading

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AWS Reinvent Conference 2014

I had a free conference pass to the AWS Reinvent Conference, but I just got back from Las Vegas, so I decided to watch the streaming broadcast. Wednesday Keynotes – Medical use case – 1 PB per month storage Aurora … Continue reading

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Jenkins User Conference US West 2014

I went to the Jenkins Users Conference, hosted at the very nice Hyatt Regency SFO in Burlingame, Calif. There were about 600 attendees. There were 3 talk tracks, plus a misc. track. The talks were not technically difficult, but then … Continue reading

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Velocity Conference Santa Clara 2014 Tips Game Cards

The O’Reilly Velocity Web Operations & Performance Conference is June 24-26 in Santa Clara. Next to the messages/jobs board was a Web Ops & Performance Tips board: – use source maps to debug compressed JS and CSS – use ::before … Continue reading

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AWS Pop-up Loft, San Francisco

Amazon Web Services pop-up loft (Ask an Architect area, lecture hall, kitchen/lounge)Photo credit: Amazon.com. I happened to be in SF today, so I went to the Amazon Web Services pop-up loft on Market St. Amazon rented an empty storefront for … Continue reading

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