This Saturday, May 10th, is MinneBar, Minnesota’s BarCamp. MinneBar is described as an “(un)Conference” which means it’s a free, ad-hoc gathering of technology folks where everyone is encouraged to contribute.
There are a lot of great sessions this year. I’ll be giving a presentation titled “Memcached & MySQL Sitting in a Tree.” The talk is about the new Memcached Functions for MySQL. I’ll talk a bit about the what, why, and how about this set of awesome UDFs.
I’m not sure what time I present and I think I have 50 minutes, but I don’t know for sure. I’m trying something new this time around; I’ll be publishing my presentation on SlideShare.
We are still 3 days away and there are currently 356 people signed up which is right around how many people were signed up last year. If you are in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area, you should come to participate and learn!
To register, visit their website, click the “login” link in the top right, use the password “c4mp” to login, then edit the main page, and add yourself to the bottom. Registration starts at 8:00am, so remember to set an alarm. 🙂
Hope to see you there!