Jun
30
2014
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How to avoid even more of the common (but deadly) MySQL development mistakes

On July 16 I’ll be presenting my next webinar focusing on common mistakes committed by MySQL users.

How to Avoid Even More of the Common (but Deadly) MySQL Development Mistakes

“Why can’t I just save my data to a file?”

Using an SQL database seems so complex to get right, and for good reason. The variety of data-driven applications is practically limitless, and as project requirements change, we find ourselves taking shortcuts and adopting bad habits. But there are proven methods to understanding how to develop and manage data in a scalable and reliable way. This talk shows you some of these methods, including:

  • How to optimize a database application with partitioning and sharding.
  • How to avoid the secret security vulnerability that you’re probably guilty of.
  • How to use optimizer hints effectively.

Percona MySQL webinars: How to avoid even more of the common (but deadly) MySQL development mistakesAt the end of this webinar, you’ll be more productive and confident as you develop database-driven applications.

Please register for this webinar and join me on July 16!

You might also like to view recordings of my past “deadly mistakes” webinars:

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Feb
28
2014
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How to avoid common (but deadly) MySQL development mistakes

How to avoid common (but deadly) MySQL development mistakes: WebinarMySQL software developers are under pressure to do more in less time and create applications that adapt to ever-changing requirements. And it’s true that some of a developer’s time is wasted when his or her method of optimizing involves trying every combination of code and index definition.

There is a better way. And next Wednesday at 10 a.m. Pacific time, I’ll show you how. In my webinar, “How to Avoid Common (but Deadly) MySQL Development Mistakes,” you’ll lean:

  • How to find out which indexes are the best fit for your MySQL application
  • How to protect yourself from the number one MySQL database security vulnerability on the web
  • How to decide when to optimize a MySQL database application with denormalization, indexes, caching, partitioning, sharding

You’ll step away from your computer afterward being more confident and ultimately more productive as you develop MySQL database-driven applications. Register now to reserve your spot (it’s free). The same link will give you access to the recording later.

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