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The 2005 MySQL Users Conference isn’t far off. It runs from April 18th – 21st at the Santa Clara Convention Center.

Link:
MySQL Users Conference

The session list is impressive. MySQL and O’Reilly have put together a great program. I’ll be participating in a panel discussion titled Scaling and High Availability Challenges that’s moderated by Om Malik on Tuesday the 19th.

From mysqluc.com:

* Gather unique information you won’t get anywhere else
Only this event will have a mix of experts, users, and industry leaders with unique MySQL insights. At the conference you will be able to mingle with the MySQL founders, David and Monty; talk with the developers who created MySQL; and meet industry luminaries.

* Get detailed insight into new features in MySQL 5.0
The MySQL development team will provide detailed insight into the new features in MySQL 5.0, including Views, Triggers, Stored Procedures, and more.

* Get more productive with MySQL and learn Best Practices
See how leading organizations are successfully using MySQL in production environments. Employees of these organizations will be there to share their experience with you first-hand. Sessions and workshops are structured to give you detailed product knowledge and hands-on experience.

* Get Certified at the Users Conference!
Attend the Certify MySQL Core Tutorial or Certify MySQL Professional Tutorial and receive a free Study Guide and certification exam ($250 value). Also, MySQL and Zend will be offering heavily discounted certification exams to full conference attendees for the MySQL Core, MySQL Professional, and Zend PHP exams. For more information contact certification-uc2005@mysql.com.

* Build relationships with MySQL users and open source experts
Conference attendees will include MySQL Developers, database designers, DBAs, and more. This is the perfect opportunity to make the personal connections that will help you down the road.

* Get an in depth view into new open source technologies
The Exhibit Hall will host companies showcasing their latest MySQL technology. Evaluate and learn how these open source products can help you and your organization

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