No roadmap i.e. not a talk about what we MySQL engineers “plan” to do, just an “educational” and “how-to” and “hands on” (well, our hands will be on the keyboard) show of what you can do now if you take up the latest source.
Not a pure slide show, you’re looking over our shoulders while we use
utf32, use performance schema, use EXECUTE IMMEDIATE, use partitioning
with dates/characters, take advantage of visible performance improvements, and so on. We’ll take questions about anything that you could expect a MySQL Runtime Lead developer and a MySQL Lead Software Engineer / SQL Architect to know something about.
Konstantin Osipov works as a software developer for MySQL AB since 2003. His main areas in the server are execution of prepared statements, cursors and the client-server protocol. He was the implementer of support for Dynamic SQL in 5.0. In his other life constantin is a Moscow dweller with a not
uncommon combination of such hobbies as yoga, running, and computers.
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