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Blog Archive for dnourie during April 2008

Sun writers have begun covering the 2008 JavaOne Conference. Get information on Java University, CommunityOne, the latest technologies, views on technical sessions and Birds-of-a-Feather (BOF) talks, and special interviews with attendees and evangelists. 2008 JavaOne Conference Blogs Be sure to subscribe to the RSS feed so you can read all of the entries as they appear. Dana Nourie
Speaker, Paul McCullaghBlobstreaming.org This session explained why BLOB streaming may be relevant to your project, and how you can get started streaming BLOBs. For ordinary types of data, MySQL sends the buffer from the client to the server. Streaming involves making a connection from the source to the destination continuously, storing and streaming simultaneously. But BLOBs are not ordinary...
I'm writing the blogs about the MySQL Conference at http://blogs.sun.com/mysqlconf/ because of some technical issues. This morning I added two blogs: The MySQL Workbench: http://blogs.sun.com/mysqlconf/entry/the_mysql_workbench and The World with Free Software: http://blogs.sun.com/mysqlconf/entry/the_world_with_free_software Dana Nourie
The MySQL Conference & Expo in Santa Clara, CA starts this week, and I am looking forward to the sessions. Today was tutorial day, but my day officially begins Tuesday morning and will go until Thursday. I started using the MySQL database about nine years ago when I was creating web sites. Most web service providers used MySQL for their customers, and they still do. MySQL was popular then,...