MySQL Migrations and More..

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There are probably several ways to discuss migrating MySQL — however — the most rewarding was surely spending some time with Tyson Lowery. Lowery is the owner and administrator of simdynasty.com, a fantasy baseball site.

The site started as a hobby and testing ground while Lowery was a Java developer with General Electric. Now Lowery runs the site on a daily basis sans a day job and has shared some of his experiences in moving from MySQL 3 to 4. Check out the column here.

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