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MySQL Tips for Java Developers With Mark Matthews.


MySQL Server is available as free software under the GNU General Public License (GPL). Its most often the first choice for small scale projects. Even established free software projects which require a full-featured database management system use MySql, such as WordPress, hence establishing the reliability of the server.

Lot of us here have our share of experiences with Java & MySql. Database transactions are always the most expensive processes (in terms of resource consumption) in any industry application. Its beneficial to dish out tips and tricks about database connectivity for any java developer. The following interview throws some more light on this significant subject.


SDN Quotes:

MySQL is the world’s most popular open-source database, and there are a lot of Java developers who use MySQL databases in their applications. In this Deep Dive, Mark Matthews, architect for Enterprise Tools Team at Sun Microsystems, demonstrated some of the techniques that can help Java developers get more out of their applications that use MySQL.

Mark has a lot of experience regarding the use of MySQL and Java technologies. Aside from being an architect for MySQL tools at Sun, Mark is the original developer and maintainer of Connector/J, the MySQL JDBC driver.

Mark covered a number of MySQL tips for Java developers including some lesser known configuration options, connection pool settings, and some special MySQL language elements such as ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE.



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Guest Host/Blogger: Ed Ort, Senior Staff Information Engineer, Sun Microsystems
Guest: Mark Matthews, Architect, Enterprise Tools, Sun Microsystems

June 11, 2009






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