By Steven Curry on Jun 02, 2009
We just posted this new video snippet: http://www.mysql.com/customers/view/?id=1027
There's more good news on the MySQL front. Last week, we passed another impressive milestone: MySQL 5.1 has now been downloaded more than 2 million times since it initially 'shipped' in late November.
You can download your copy of MySQL 5.1 here.
the availability of StarOffice
9 with new versions of word
processor, presentation, spreadsheet, database and drawing software.
This major update to Sun's productivity suite comes with native support for Mac OS X, delivers significant enhancements and provides advanced, extensible productivity tools for all users.
StarOffice 9 is available for download from here for $34.95. Volume pricing for the enterprise starts at $25 per user and is immediately available from Sun and its authorized resellers.
The new subscription model includes license and support, comes in one- and three-year terms, and the customers can choose between standard or premium support. More information about services is available here.
Information about features, extensions and languages can be found here.
Kudos to Steve Gillmor for suggesting the site, Sun.com/ponytail in his recent video. We've now activated the site.
Since Steve is so concerned about Sun's open source activities we've aimed this url site at the site that gives an overview of all Sun's open source efforts.
That said, we do appreciate the traffic and as always continue to be dazzled by Steve's rapier wit.
announced a new student contest today...
Students can develop a web application using MySQL database and GlassFish application server and write a review for a chance to win a grand prize of $500 in Visa debit card, and five chances to win a prize of $250 in Visa debit card.
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is the winner of 3 categories in SourceForge.Net 2008 Community Choice
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