FOSDEM 2015 MySQL & Friends Devroom Schedule

The devroom’s schedule is now published on Fosdem’s website.

As you can see, it will be a heavy day full of good content. You can also notice that there won’t be any lunch-time break.

We advise you to then bring your lunch (like a sandwich) with you in the room and eat it between talks or prepare in advance when you will take your break during a talk you don’t want to attend (is it even possible ?).

Event Speakers Start End


Welcome to MySQL & Friends Devroom Frédéric Descamps 09:00 09:15
ProxySQL : High Availability and High Performance Proxy for MySQL René Cannaò 09:15 09:35
Web mapping with MySQL
An introduction to MySQL GIS
Norvald H. Ryeng 09:40 10:00
Using MySQL Global Transaction IDs in Production Stephane Combaudon 10:05 10:25
Pseudo GTID and easy replication management Shlomi Noach 10:30 10:50
Zooming in on the New MySQL Group Replication Plugin Luis Soares 10:55 11:15
Docker and MySQL
Fun and bad practice
Erkan Yanar 11:20 11:40
Understanding & using authentication plugins Colin Charles 11:45 12:05
Moving to the NoSQL side: MySQL JSON functions Sveta Smirnova 12:10 12:30
Undelete rows from the binary log
a hacking session
Frédéric Descamps 12:35 12:55
Multi-threaded replication in MySQL 5.6 and 5.7 Stephane Combaudon 13:00 13:20
The New MySQL Replication Features in MySQL 5.7 and Beyond Luis Soares 13:25 13:45
Materialized Views for MySQL
Using Flexviews for MySQL
Justin Swanhart 13:50 14:10
Character encoding: breaking and unbreaking your data Maciej Dobrzanski 14:15 14:35
gdb tips and tricks for MySQL DBAs
How gdb can help you to solve MySQL problems
Valerii Kravchuk 14:40 15:00
Visualizing benchmark data with R and gpplot2 Peter Boros 15:05 15:25
Capacity metrics in daily MySQL checks Vlad Fedorkov 15:30 15:50
Performance Schema for MySQL Troubleshooting Sveta Smirnova 15:55 16:15
ENOMEM: Will databases ever stop asking for more memory Raghavendra Prabhu 16:20 16:40

You can download the ical here.

Note: this schedule can still change as some Visa processes are still open…