Videos tagged with Databases




Bay Area MySQL Users Group Meeting, July 2007 - Tim Kay

Bay Area MySQL Users Group Meeting, July 2007 - Tim Kay

Posted in Companies, Conferences, Databases

Tim presents the architecture that he designed for one of his clients. The system collects data from thousands of cell phones and matches the data acoustically with reference data that is collected via a different process. The requirements include data integrity but not high availability, so he was able to compromise in a way that significantly reduced cost and complexity.

Tags: Google, Conferences, Databases, MySQL, High Performance, Scalability, Lectures, Broadcasting, Companies



 RailsConf'07 Keynote: David Heinemeier Hansson

RailsConf'07 Keynote: David Heinemeier Hansson

Posted in Networking, Web Technologies, Conferences, Development, Frameworks, Databases

With the release of Rails 1.2 we take a look back at David Heinemeier Hansson’s RailsConf keynote from Chicago. In it, he outlines a number of issues that the Rails team was looking at as they moved towards the current release, the importance of opinionated software and of course, how he “learned to stop worry and love the CRUD.” Here, briefly, is an outline of the talk: Disco...

Tags: Practices, Networking, Web 2.0, Conferences, Ruby, Ruby On Rails, Frameworks, Technologies, AJAX, Databases, 37signals, ...


Tour around Europe: Eclipse for Java EE

Tour around Europe: Eclipse for Java EE

Posted in Frameworks, Development, Databases

The Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers is a simultaneous release of Eclipse Projects for Java Enterprise Edition. This post is first in the series of screencasts about the Eclipse Europa release. It shows how to use the Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers to create Java persistent entities from database tables. MySQL database is used to demonstrate the Data Tools Platform and JBoss is used as a ...

Tags: Eclipse, Frameworks, Java, Databases, MySQL, J2EE



Transactional Memory for Concurrent Programming

Transactional Memory for Concurrent Programming

Posted in Databases, Science

Transactional memory (TM) is an extremely promising new way to coordinate concurrent programs. TM eliminates many bugs that plague lock-based programs, such as omitted locking, deadlocks, and missed wake-ups. Even more importantly, TM supports modular programming, whereas locks effectively prevent it. TM is not a magic bullet, but it is nevertheless a potent new weapon in our armory. Come hear ...

Tags: Databases, Science, Lectures, Computer Science, transaction, memory, oscon


Oracle Coherence Data Grid

Oracle Coherence Data Grid

Posted in Conferences, Companies, Databases

Google Tech Talks June 27, 2007 ABSTRACT Data Grid-based infrastructures are being developed, deployed and used to achieve unlimited application scalability and continuous availability. This presentation focuses on Oracle Coherence Data Grid and how it's capabilities, which includes coherent in-memory caching, dynamic data partitioning, even processing, parallel query and process execution and ...

Tags: Techtalks, Google, Conferences, Databases, Oracle, Lectures, Broadcasting, Companies




Silverlight: Delivering Parameterized Silverlight Content With Php

Silverlight: Delivering Parameterized Silverlight Content With Php

Posted in Frameworks, Development, Databases, Companies, Graphics

This video demonstrates how PHP can be used to generate XAML which is then delivered to a Silverlight front end. A XAML Generator was written in PHP, and this fronts a MySQL database. Queries to the database can be triggered from the Silverlight front end, and these result in XAML being constructed from a template on the server. It demonstrates how dynamic front ends can be assembled server sid...

Tags: Frameworks, PHP, Technologies, Databases, MySQL, Microsoft, Silverlight, XAML, IIS