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Streamed live on Jan 22, 2014
Overview: MySQL engineers have had these goals for years: clean up and simplify code, and improve the architecture of the MySQL Server. The challenge to these goals are the legacy servers. Find out what's broken. What looks different (yup it'll break your testing perl/python parsing code). What went away (they call it deprecated and *may* be removed!). What were the motivations behind many of the changes in 5.7. And what's to love about 5.7!
Bio: Before joining MySQL AB as a support engineer in 2006, I was a longtime MySQL user and enterprise Java developer. I managed the global MySQL support organization at Oracle until recently moving to MySQL engineering as Director of Technical Product Management, where I focus on product usability, supportability, and integration.