Ruby on Rails Presentation Video

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Episode 18: De-Myth-tifying Indexes

Where I have been:
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News:
FREE training for Oracle DBAs who want to learn MySQL
http://www.planetmysql.org/robin/?p=51
http://www.mysql.com/oracle/

mysqlnd (PHP native driver) needs testers and benchmarkers:
http://www.planetmysql.org/kaj/?p=117

Learning Resource:
The MySQL category at howtoforge.com:
http://www.howtoforge.com/taxonomy_menu/1/7

Podcast Promo:
http://www.themysqlguy.com

Feature:

Big O notation:
http://www.eecs.harvard.edu/~ellard/Q-97/HTML/root/node8.html

BTREE Index podcast:
http://technocation.org/content/oursql-episode-13%3A-nitty-gritty-indexes-0

HASH Index podcast:
http://technocation.org/content/oursql-episode-17%3A-hashing-it-out-0

Quote:
http://www.helpothers.org/story.php?sid=6784

Music:
The main theme used is Angry Red Dwarf’s “I Dream About You”
http://tinyurl.com/26hbg6

Smallfish’s “The Thank you song”
http://www.smallfishadventures.com/Home.html

Direct play this episode at:
http://technocation.org/content/oursql-episode-18%3A-de-myth-tifying-indexes-0

Feedback:

Email podcast@technocation.org

call the comment line at +1 617-674-2369

use Odeo to leave a voice mail through your computer:
http://odeo.com/sendmeamessage/Sheeri

Or use the Technocation forums:
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Episode 18: De-Myth-tifying Indexes

Where I have been:
Wedding video (short) and photos:
http://www.sheeri.com/wedding

Honeymoon (and wedding) photos:
http://www.sheeri.com/photos

News:
FREE training for Oracle DBAs who want to learn MySQL
http://www.planetmysql.org/robin/?p=51
http://www.mysql.com/oracle/

mysqlnd (PHP native driver) needs testers and benchmarkers:
http://www.planetmysql.org/kaj/?p=117

Learning Resource:
The MySQL category at howtoforge.com:
http://www.howtoforge.com/taxonomy_menu/1/7

Podcast Promo:
http://www.themysqlguy.com

Feature:

Big O notation:
http://www.eecs.harvard.edu/~ellard/Q-97/HTML/root/node8.html

BTREE Index podcast:
http://technocation.org/content/oursql-episode-13%3A-nitty-gritty-indexes-0

HASH Index podcast:
http://technocation.org/content/oursql-episode-17%3A-hashing-it-out-0

Quote:
http://www.helpothers.org/story.php?sid=6784

Music:
The main theme used is Angry Red Dwarf’s “I Dream About You”
http://tinyurl.com/26hbg6

Smallfish’s “The Thank you song”
http://www.smallfishadventures.com/Home.html

aka, internist “Better late than never”…..

Back in March 2007, the Boston MySQL User Group (http://mysql.meetup.com/137) watched and heard Brian DeLacey give a tutorial of Ruby on Rails, including its interaction with MySQL using ActiveRecord.

I knew absolutely nothing about Ruby on Rails before attending the presentation, other than Ruby was a language and people were saying that Rails made for easy development. After the presentation, I knew enough to start coding!

Brian is an excellent speaker, and this presentation is long overdue. (I’d tried creating the video before, during and after the MySQL Users Conference back in April, and my application kept crashing. I guess it just needed a break, because I fired it up today and it seemed to save the movie OK. Please let me know if you watch the presentation and something seems wrong).

Enjoy!

Direct download link:

Ruby on Rails by Brian DeLacey

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