OpenSQL Camp is a conference of, by, and for the open-source database community of users and developers. It is a place where people come to learn, to participate and to contribute. In other words, it's a great conference, and if you attend, it will be better.
OpenSQL Camp is open to all – sessions have included PostgreSQL, SQLite, MySQL (and storage engines and forks thereof), Drizzle (and tools such as Google Proto Buffers), DBIx::Cache, Gearman, cloud computing, Unix tips, query optimization, Apache Derby, BlackRay, Continuent Tungsten, DB Clustering, Firebird, CouchDB, MongoDB, Cassandra, Firewater, how to version schemas, Waffle Grid / Storm Cloud, databases on SSDs, and even "soft" topics like the Open Database Alliance.
Open Database Camps in 2013
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- There was an Open Database Camp held at FrOSCon 2012
- There was an Open Database Camp held at Southeast LinuxFest 2012.
- Open Database Camp 2011 @ FrOSCon was held at FrOSCon 2011
- Open Database Camp 2011 took place May 6-7-8, 2011 in Sardinia, Italy
- OpenSQL Camp Boston 2010 took place Oct 15-17, 2010 in Boston, Massachusetts
- OpenSQL Camp EU 2010 again took place in parallel of FrOSCon in St. Augustin, Germany on August 21st & 22nd, 2010.
- OpenSQL Camp Portland 2009 took place November 13-15, 2009 in Portland, Oregon.
- OpenSQLCamp 2009, European Edition took place in parallel to the Free and Open Source Conference 2009 (FrOSCon) on Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd August at the Fachhochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg in St. Augustin, Germany.
- The first OpenSQLCamp 2008 took place in Charlottesville, Virginia, USA, November 14, 15, and 16 2008.
The OpenSQLCamp concept was preceded from the MySQL community by the MySQLCamp. There were three MySQLCamp events.
- MySQLCamp I at Googleplex, Mountain View - Nov 2006
- MySQLCamp II at Polytechnic University, New York - August 23-24 2007
- MySQLCamp III at Santa Clara - April 19-23 2009