Saturday, October 09, 2010
On Friday, October 15th, the third OpenSQLCamp in North America will start at 6pm with a social event and then continue with more technical stuff over the week end.
Compared to the overcrowded Oracle Open World with its 45,000 attendees, this event may look like a desert. But the quality of the attendance will more than compensate for the missing thousands.
The event will be held with unconference style. There is a list of sessions, where I have proposed two topics, one for which I would like to see someone stepping up and help defining the topic of Data integrity : comparing the SQL and NoSQL approach and one where I plan to tell an cute technical story about MySQL replication and the quest for a global transaction ID.