In two weeks time I will be giving these talks at Percona Live:
- common_schema: DBA's framework for MySQL: an introduction to common_schema, my evolving server side solutions project. This will be a revised version of the talk I gave at Percona Live London; I have felt some weaknesses during that talk, which I've thrown out, letting room for cool stuff. I will discuss common_schema's various views, interesting and useful routines, the power of QueryScript, and a brief intro to the newcomer rdebug, debugger and debugging API for MySQL. If you're not familiar with common_schema, it's a good time to pick up on what I (being most biased) consider to be your smart assistant to MySQL maintenance and administration!
- The query which is the peak of my career: this is a 6 minute lightning talk. You're bound to attend if you're at the community reception (which you are), so I don't need to do promotional. You already payed the ticket and the doors will be locked. No escapees.
As far as I'm concerned the conference can be closed down the moment I provide these two talks, and we can all go to the beach.