Announcing a new Meetup for The Los Angeles MySQL Meetup Group!
What: Tod Landis will be demonstrating Entrance
When: June 24,[masked]:00 PM
Where: Click the link below to find out!
Meetup Description: SCHEDULE:
We will meet at 7PM.
Talk begins promptly at 7:30PM.
Please try to RSVP if you'd like to come as the elevators are locked by card key and we will need to let people come upstairs with a Sun badge. We want to make sure you all can get in!
Tod co-founded the Entrance Project. He has an MA in Mathematics from UC, Berkeley, and has written prize-winning software for Borland, Adobe, and Island Graphics.
Tod Landis will be demonstrating Entrance, a desktop program for charting and analyzing data in MySQL databases. Those who know a little SQL can use Entrance and a local copy of MySQL to perform interactive BI analysis from the desktop.
A new servlet version supporting the same script language is now available, and dynamic Entrance charts can be included in web pages simply by using the HTML IMG tag.
Entrance is dual licensed, and its community versions are GPLed.
1. The meeting room is called "Martinique".
2. Try to arrive on time as a Sun badged employee will need to operate elevators to get you up to the 10th floor.
3. If you do arrive late, call Joe at[masked] so we can have someone come down and escort you up.
4. There is a visitor's parking lot. We've never had an issue with a charge in the parking lot, but we can't guarantee it. You should be good but in case you absolutely don't want to pay, there is free parking on the street.
Learn more here:http://www.meetup.com/lamysql/calendar/10632747/