Wednesday Apr 22, 2009
Friday Apr 17, 2009
By MortazaviBlog on Apr 17, 2009
Tuesday Apr 14, 2009
By MortazaviBlog on Apr 14, 2009
MySQL Conference 2009 is coming around the corner, next week, in Santa Clara.
You may want to delve into the notes, as a fast way to learn about the happenings.
There will also be a special BoF geared to community contributors. (I still haven't been able to find out about the exact timing of this but you should be able to find out if you're there. Once I learn about the exact time, I'll post it here.)
Wednesday Apr 08, 2009
By MortazaviBlog on Apr 08, 2009
Now, those attending the MySQL Users Conference will have a chance to become a MySQL schema design expert.
The Conference will include a free MySQL Workbench workshop called “Introduction to Data Modeling with MySQL Workbench” on Thursday (April 23, 2009) 3 - 4:30 PM in the Santa Clara Ballroom. According to Mike Zinner, MySQL Workbench development lead, "We are also offering a full tutorial on this topic on Monday that will have even more advanced content. Learn more about this here."
The Tuesday workshop will cover general concepts from basics of database schema design to performance-tuning of your schemata as well as more specific topics such as MySQL Workbench basics to WB add-ons and more will all be covered. This will also be a great chance to get introduced and plugged into the MySQL Workbench community.
Last but not least, everybody attending the Tuesday Workshop will receive a
12-month MySQL Workbench Standard Edition subscription for
free. (In case you're wondering, Workbench SE is the commercial edition of Workbench.)
There will be a limited number of seats. So register as soon as you can.
Finally, Mike Hillyer will be giving the Monday tutorial on "Introduction to Data Modeling with MySQL Workbench".
Friday May 04, 2007
By MortazaviBlog on May 04, 2007
For a database related topic, you might want to check out Francois Orsini's "Enabling Offline Web Applications with Java DB," where he previews his upcoming JavaOne talk with Zimbra's Kevin Henrikson.
Friday Feb 23, 2007
By MortazaviBlog on Feb 23, 2007
The Tech Days help you develop skills in Solaris Operating System, Java SE, Java EE, Java ME and Netbeans. With attendants from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies, they offer the best place to share knowledge, evaluate technology, and to engage in participatory learning. Don't forget Web 2.0 at Java University Training.
- Oliver Williamson Wins the Nobel Prize in Economics
- LBL, Technology and Life
- At the Mount Whitney Summit
- More on Derby
- Advancing MySQL Open Development One Important Step Forward
- A Prize Well-Deserved
- ADO.Net Entity Framework on MySQL
- How a Differential Gear Works
- Clunkers and Financial Institutions
- Workbench 5.2 Alpha
- Adam Bosworth
- Bryan Cantrill
- David Edmondson
- Edward Felton
- Hinkmond Wong
- His Holiness, The Duke
- James C. Liu
- Lawrence Lessig
- Paul Rogers
- Philip Greenspun
- Richard Friedman
- Richard Sharples
- Roberto Chinnici
- Seyed Razavi
- Simple Signs
- Simson L. Garfinkel
- Tim Bray
- Yusuf Goolamabbas
- / Persian (فارسی)
- /Art (هنر)
- /Sun Microsystems Inc.