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Open Query newsletter

June 2013 - MariaDB and Galera Synchronous Replication

Hi Visitor, and welcome to the June 2013 issue of the Open Query Newsletter.

In this issue:

  • short news
  • MariaDB replacing MySQL
  • Galera Synchronous Replication
  • Training days
  • upcoming events
  • tip: FULLTEXT indexing or SPHINX

September 2012 - Open Query five year anniversary, training for MySQL and MariaDB

Hi Visitor, and welcome to the September 2012 issue of the Open Query Newsletter.

 

In this issue:

  • short news
  • training with "BYO laptop"
  • upcoming events
  • tip: TEXT and VARCHAR

July 2012 - Training for MySQL in Brisbane, Sydney and Canberra

 

Hi Visitor, and welcome to the July 2012 issue of the Open Query Newsletter.

In this issue:

  • short news
  • training with "BYO laptop"
  • training schedule
  • events
  • tip: Internationalisation (i18n)

June 2012 - Training for MySQL, Security Review, Subqueries

Hi Visitor, and welcome to the June 2012 issue of the Open Query Newsletter.

In this issue:

  • short news
  • protecting your customer information responsibly
  • remote services extended with Security Review
  • training schedule
  • events
  • tip: subquery performance in MariaDB 5.3

February 2010 - MySQL and MariaDB News

Hi, and welcome to the February 2010 issue of the Open Query Newsletter.

In this issue:

  • short news
  • remote services extended with system administration
  • MariaDB 5.1, where MySQL production innovation is happening!
  • upcoming training schedule - upcoming events
  • tip: OQGRAPH Engine for hierarchies and social networks

October 2009 - News in Support and Training for MySQL

Hi, and welcome to the October 2009 issue of the Open Query Newsletter.

In this issue:

  • quick news
  • our distinct support offerings
  • upcoming training schedule
  • upcoming events
  • tip: dealing with UTF-8

Quick News

January 2009 - Affordable MySQL Training and Support

Welcome to Open Query's newsletter #3, containing our training schedule for the upcoming months, other related news, and tips. This edition focuses on our new proactive support subscription offering, and the training schedule for the first quarter.

Proactive Support Subscriptions

Further developing our existing consulting offering, we now have a subscription model to suit your needs and be kind to your besieged budget. We work using email through our issue tracking system, instant messenging, SSH login, phone, and where needed on-site.

November 2008 - OurDelta builds for MySQL, 2009 training

Welcome to Open Query's newsletter, containing our training information, other related news, and tips. In this edition, we highlight OurDelta (free enhanced builds for MySQL), and note the upcoming PHP QA training, available custom training, and our 2009 course planning.

First of all, a grand thanks to the many among you who have given such positive feedback on the "High Performance MySQL" (2nd edition) book (http://openquery.com.au/resources/hpm), co-writing a book is a huge task and the other authors and I are very pleased with the great response literally from around the world! We're is about to see its second reprint, which is fairly rare for such specialised technical books.

OurDelta - Free Enhanced Builds for MySQL

July 2008 - MySQL Training Schedule

Welcome to Open Query's newsletter, containing our training schedule for the upcoming months, other related news, and tips. This edition is mainly focused on training, with a lot of new course modules available, in more cities.

Training for MySQL

In the upcoming months (mid August to early November), we have MySQL course days for both Developers and DBAs scheduled in Brisbane, Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne and Auckland. As always, you can sign up for individual days, depending on your current needs and budget. Open Query develops its own materials, always relevant and up to date. There are discounts for early bookings.

To view the full schedule, see http://openquery.com.au/training/schedule

Developer topics:
- MySQL Optimisation by Design

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