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Scaling with ProxySQL Query Cache

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by René Cannaò 2017-05-29 07:05:00

MySQL Query Cache Before writing about ProxySQL Query Cache, let's see what MySQL Query Cache is. MySQL Query Cache is a very interesting feature that, quoting the documentation: stores the text of a SELECT statement together with the corresponding result that was sent to the client. If an identical statement is received later, the server retrieves the results from the query cache rather than parsing and executing the statement again It is a cache, so it is meant to improve performance. Although,…

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How To Write Exciting Conference Proposals

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by Baron Schwartz (xaprb) 2017-05-29 04:06:26

Most conference proposals are too boring, even when the speakers and topics are great. This is a pity. I think something about the process of submitting to a CfP sets a trap for most speakers. This post is my advice for avoiding that trap. TL;DR: Your proposal should focus on your story about what you’ve done personally and what you’ve learned. Your story, not the topic. And, don’t tell us anything about the importance of the topic or how high the stakes are. I’ve written twice before (1,…

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The best bike lock

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by The Sweethome 2017-05-29 02:30:00

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English Makes No Sense. At All.

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by Mark Serrels 2017-05-29 00:30:58

The other day I overheard a conversation that began with, "I'm not racist but..." Bad start. It followed with a bog-standard conversation about how people who move to this country should drop everything and dedicate all of their time and energy into learning to speak English. IMMEDIATELY. Sure, learn to speak English. But here's a newsflash people. English is insanely hard and it makes no goddamn sense, like at all. More »     

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US Getting Serious About Laptop Ban

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by Anthony Caruana 2017-05-29 00:30:38

The US Department of Homeland Security's head honcho John Kelly, says his department is seriously considering a total ban on laptops in the passenger hold for all flights in and out of the land of the so-called free. During an interview on the bastion of unbiased news coverage, Fox News, Kelly was asked whether the laptop ban that currently affects flights from some Middle Eastern and African countries will be expanded. While being non-committal, haying he might be considering an expansion of the…

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