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The Boston MySQL Meetup Group Message Board › MySQL training classes

MySQL training classes

Max N.
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Boston, MA
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Hi everybody,

I'm looking to see if anybody is willing to weigh in on the quality of various MySQL training classes. I'm interested in a number of DBA-related items, particularly performance tuning. The book "High Performance MySQL" is excellent, but the reason I'm attracted by full-day training sessions is that, when they're good, they can provide the psychological imperative YOU WILL UNDERSTAND THIS NOW that a self-imposed training session consisting of lone dude sitting with a book and a computer doesn't.

But, of course, it only makes sense to invest the time and money if the courses are of reasonably good quality.

I'm mainly looking at the offical MySQL/Sun/Oracle/Unicorp training, because that's what's most readily available. Percona (the firm founded by the authors of the aforementioned book) has some public training sessions, but there aren't scheduled right now.

Max Newell
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