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2019 MariaDB Developers Unconference New York Presentations

The 2019 New York MariaDB Developers UnConference was hosted by Hudson River Trading, on February 23 and February 24.

Yoshinori speaking on Day 2 of the Unconference

Below are a list of the sessions with links to slides where available (some were discussions with no slides). This post will be updated as slides/video become available.

Day One

  • State of the Infra (Teodor Ionita)
  • The Path of the Query (Sergei Golubchik)
  • How to write your first patch (Anel Husaković) – slides
  • How to write a simple plugin for MariaDB ((Vicențiu Ciorbaru)
  • GSoC Projects and what can we do better (Vicențiu Ciorbaru) – slides
  • ALTER TABLE improvements in MariaDB 10.4 (Marko) – slides
  • Account Locking and Password Expiration (Robert Bîndar) – slides
  • Buildbot gatekeeping and staging on main repo (Teodor Ionita)
  • Debian/Ubuntu debug and packaging overview (Faustin) – slides

Day Two

  • MyRocks: recent feature add-ons (Yoshinori Matsunobu)
  • Query optimizer in MariaDB 10.4 (Sergei Petrunia) – slides
  • Shutdown refactoring in 10.4 (Sergey Vojtovich)
  • Lessons for the Optimizer from TPC-DS Benchmark run (Sergei Petrunia) – slides
  • Static, dynamic code security checks & fuzzing (Teodor Ionita)
  • The open source roadmap of MariaDB.com in 2019 (Rasmus Johansson)
  • XtraBackup at Alibaba Cloud (Fungo Wang) – slides
  • Columnstore: significant changes and future projects (Roman Nozdrin)
  • Alibaba plan to open source Double-Sync Replication/MySQL-Raft Replication and latest Flashback improvements (Lixun Peng)
  • MariaDB ColumnStore Scalability and Transactions (Sasha V) – slides
  • Backup in MariaDB (Monty Widenius)

Platinum Sponsors

MariaDB Foundation Platinum sponsors

Thank you, Booking.com! Thank you, Alibaba Cloud! Thank you, Tencent Cloud! Thank you, Microsoft! Thank you, MariaDB Corporation!

Gold Sponsors

MariaDB Foundation Gold sponsors

Thank you, DBS! Thank you, Visma! Thank you, IBM! Thank you, Tencent Games!

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