I wish you all my best wishes for this new year.
I hope 2013 will be as exciting as 2012 for the MySQL community.
Thank you for spending time on MySQL[Plus] in 2012, I hope to have more and more readers in 2013.
If you would like to read (or read back) my posts published in 2012, here is the summary :
And all the most useful slides of 2012 are also on [Plus] : http://www.mysqlplus.net/mysql-docs/
Don’t forget to follow me on twitter for the latest news about the MySQL ecosystem :
And if you didn’t discover MyXplain before, please, take a look : http://myxplain.net
Happy new year again on [Plus]
I would like to thank you again for all positive feedbacks I got on MyXplain.
This project has just begun but I am glad he has already affected many of you, it is a very pleasant surprise for us.
We are already working on very exciting features that I hope will emerge in the first quarter of 2013, stay tuned!
Now, if you would like to contribute to MyXplain, several options are available :
Of course you can propose a link, a slide or a book via the box available on website.
Feel free to leave comments on the options that you have some experience or expertise.
To go further, you can also provide a link to your blog or website and even make a donation, Christmas is coming soon, enjoy!
Only $10 can allow MyXplain to run for 1 more month.
During the last Percona Live in London, I also noticed that MyXplain could be very useful in addition to some presentations.
You can mention MyXplain in your slides or during a training, it will be an honor for us and a real help to your audience.
We wish you a Merry Christmas
See you in 2013!
The MyXplain Team
I’m very glad to announce you that MyXplain is released today.
This project is the result of many weeks of work for my friend Max and I and we are obviously very proud to present it.
Please take a time to browse it and find all the surprises that awaiting you.
We wanted to make an unique place, a gathering place where you can find all you want to know about the most useful MySQL commands.
We started with the explain command because we consider it as one of the most important.
show processlist and show slave status will be the next proposed commands on MyXplain.
The concept is pretty simple, we would like to offer you a new documentation to access all needed informations, slides, books and links about a particular command, in a beautiful way.
And, the most important for us was to create something alive, you can propose your links on MyXplain or add comments. In other words, you can share your expertise and your experiences with the MySQL community.
Stay curious, passionate and take your time on MyXplain!
To give a chance to MyXplain, you can share this news with your friends, your mother in law and your colleagues.
We are convinced that this type of tools can help you, in one way or the other.
One more thing, stay tuned, follow us on twitter :