December 5-7, 2016
Vancouver, Canada

Five Database Mistakes You Are Making and How to Fix 'em

Very few developers receive training in Structured Query Language (SQL), but they are expected to have highly efficient database queries. Add in bad data normalization and lightning quick applications suddenly crawl. This session is a must for new developers who do not want to suffer hours of extra effort working with their data. We will cover how to avoid situations like the N+1 Problem, primary key violations, improper relationships, and more.

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Dave Stokes


Dave is the MySQL Community Manager for Oracle and previously was the MySQL Certification manager for MySQL AB. He has over 30 years experience as a programmer, DBA, system administrator, analyst, and manager. His background includes anti-submarine warfare, retail data collection, neural networks, device drivers, and started programming FORTRAN on punch cards (Ask you grandparents if you do not get the last bit).

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