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Go, Go, Conferences... Drizzle, Memcached, and Gearman

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Oct. 6th, 2009 | 06:37 pm

So where will I be at over the next couple of months?

In October I will be hitting the Malaysian Open Source Conference:
http://foss.my/

In November I will be making my way to Portland for the OpenSQL Camp:
http://opensqlcamp.org/Main_Page

In January I will be attending Linux.Conf.Au
http://www.lca2010.org.nz/

In Malaysia I have scheduled talks on Drizzle, Gearman, and Memcached. For SQL camp there will be more of the same :)

Looking for more information in Gearman? Check out this article by Rasmus Lerdorf:
http://toys.lerdorf.com/archives/51-Playing-with-Gearman.html

For Memcached we have released the memcapable program with the latest libmemcached. This will allow us to test vendors for compliance with the new binary protocol (and as of the next release the ASCII as well). This should lower some headaches on all sides. As developer we will have an easier time diagnosing problems with servers that aren't built on the reference implementation, and for end users they can be assured that the products they are buying are following the protocol standard. For vendors? They will be able to create products knowing that the end user can drop their software stacks/appliances in place and be up and running quickly.
http://blogs.sun.com/trond/entry/memcapable

More updates to follow... we have been busy at work on all of the projects in the last couple of months :)

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from: stormerider
date: Oct. 7th, 2009 06:04 am (UTC)
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Thanks for posting about OpenSQL Camp, I just signed up. It will be nice to see you and Pat again, and talk shop in a more personal con than most of the other cons tend to be.

Edited at 2009-10-07 06:06 am (UTC)

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from: krow
date: Oct. 7th, 2009 06:08 am (UTC)
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Great! My plan is to be down there for all of the days.

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