Press Release: May 5, 2011
From Disruption to Default: Early Registration Opens for OSCON, OSCON Data, & OSCON Java
Sebastopol, CA, May 5, 2011—What do you do after you change the world? You change it again, using open source, of course. For thirteen years, OSCON, the O'Reilly Open Source Convention, has put open source to work building the future. This year, we've added two new conferences. OSCON Data and OSCON Java have graduated from tracks at previous OSCONs to become two distinct events, co-located with OSCON. OSCON Data and OSCON Java premier July 25-27, while OSCON runs the entire week of July 25-29, 2011, at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland.
Early registration pricing applies until June 6.
All open source, all the time. Register now for @OReillyMedia's #OSCON, OSCON Data, and OSCON Java at http://oreil.ly/k4rlPQ #osconj #oscond
New Open Source Titles from O'Reilly
Introduction to Search with Sphinx|
From installation to relevance tuning
by Andrew Aksyonoff
Webmasters want fast and powerful search capabilities on their sites, and content management system administrators would like to reveal the wealth of their databases. The solution in both cases is the Sphinx search engine. This concise introduction to Sphinx shows you how to use this free software to index an enormous number of documents and provide fast results to both simple and complex searches.
50 Tips and Tricks for MongoDB Developers|
Get the Most Out of Your Database
by Kristina Chodorow
A collection of tips, tricks, and hacks to help MongoDB developers get the most out of the software. The tips cover everything from application design to data safety and monitoring.
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- OSCON 2010: Tim O'Reilly, "The O'Reilly Radar"
- John Jacobsen interviewed at OSCON 2010
- OSCON 2010: David Recordon, "Today's LAMP Stack"
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