On Monday, I gave a presentation on MongoDB to the San Francisco MySQL user group. It was a lot of fun, you can watch the recording on ustream:
http://www.ustream.tv/flash/live/1/3708550Streaming Video by Ustream.TV
Apparently the audio was buzzy (I haven’t actually listened to it myself yet).
The audience especially enjoyed this slide about MySQL’s current situation:
One of the guys told me that he was scrambling to take a picture of it but I went to the next slide too fast, so here it is in all it’s glory.
Thanks to everyone at the MySQL meetup for being so awesome, I had a great time!
April 30th: I’ll be in California again, giving a talk called “Map/reduce, geospatial indexing, and other cool features” at MongoSF
May 18-21: I’ll be in Chicago at Tek·X. I’ll be doing a regular session, “MongoDB for Mobile Applications“, and a tutorial on switching apps from MySQL to MongoDB (assuming no knowledge of MongoDB).