Sebastopol, CA, December 20, 2010— The O'Reilly MySQL Conference & Expo, returning April 11-14, 2011 to the Hyatt Santa Clara in Santa Clara, California, spreads the latest and best knowledge on MySQL and related technologies to the global open source community. Program chairs Colin Charles and Brian Aker have announced the program, and registration has opened for this event exploring the MySQL ecosystem.
For over a decade, MySQL has been at the core of high-volume websites and businesses, powering social networks, crisis response, transparent government initiatives, and geolocation companies in a rich ecosystem that continues to evolve. The O'Reilly MySQL Conference & Expo continues to build on the tradition of past MySQL conferences and brings together some of the most influential people, companies, and projects addressing mission-critical open source issues around the MySQL ecosystem.
The program continues to grow, with currently featured speakers including:
- Brian Aker, Data Differential
- Sheeri K. Cabral, The Pythian Group
- Selena Deckelmann, Emma
- Gwen Shapira, Pythian
- Baron Schwartz, Percona, Inc.
- Michael Widenius, Monty Program Ab
Current sponsors include Facebook, Percona, Schooner Information Technology, and Xeround.
Early registration discounts for O'Reilly MySQL Conference & Expo apply until January 26,2011 at: http://mysqlconf.com/mysql2011/public/register
Media coverage, keynote videos, speaker presentation files, and photos from O'Reilly MySQL 2010 at: http://en.oreilly.com/mysql2011/public/content/news-coverage
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