Mysql to Postgresql migration is done using mysql2psql ruby program. In this talk I will be demonstrating mysql2psql conversion and also discuss about the problems and solution during the conversion.
One of the key strengths of PostgreSQL is its extensability, and at the core of that are functions. In PostgreSQL functions can be used as an end in-and-of themselves, or they can be used to allow the creation of other custom SQL objects such as operators and aggregates.
This presentation will enlighten the audience on the vast array of capabilities embodied in PostgreSQL functions, and illustrate many of the key features through relatively simple examples.
Unity is the new desktop for Ubuntu, and like all new things there are tips and tricks on how to use it that can be useful for getting things accomplished. Join me as I explore using this desktop with an eye on power user techniques and show you all the nooks and crannies of Unity.
Come see members of the free & open source community face off against each, determining who has the greatest knowledge of geek culture.
Contestant line up for Weakest Geek is mostly finalized, as it stands right now they are:
- Selena Decklemann
- Robyn Bergeron
- Amber Graner
- Kyle Rankin
- Tom "Spot" Callaway
Unity is the new desktop environment for Ubuntu, having first premiered in version 11.04 and significantly enhanced with version 11.10.
While Unity offers many usability affordances, some Ubuntu users prefer to customize it for their specific workflows.
Linux is famous for its customizability, and Unity is no exception if you know which tools to look for.
This presentation will use software included with Ubuntu 11.10 and available through the Ubuntu Software Center to show you how to customize the Unity interface.
Overview of cloud offerings for your Ubuntu desktop and server starting with SaaS offerings from Google, Mint and SalesForce, moving on to PaaS offerings like AppEngine and Heroku, finally a more in depth look at IaaS at AWS (EC2), RackSpace, and GoGrid as well as building your own cloud using Eucalyptus and KVM.