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  Comment: DrupalCon Cph (Score 1) on 2010.06.29 8:07

by htoug on 2010.06.29 8:07 (#72130)
Attached to: The Post-YAPC Plan

We would love to hear the "Git tutorial for Drupal programmers" talk/attend the commercial class. We in this case being a perl-web-development house that is now being forced^Hallowed^Hable to use Drupal.

Are you coming to Europe in the not too far future?

Eg to DrupalConCph in Copenhagen in August?

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  Comment: Re:how about using IN? (Score 1) on 2009.07.02 1:58

by htoug on 2009.07.02 1:58 (#69217)
Attached to: You know you are doing too complex SQL queries...

I will (possibly) fail when the list of word in the 'IN'-clause gets long enough.
I had problems with clauses longer than approx 100_000 in an old version of Ingres.

The solution was to create a temporary table with all the words and then use this in the 'IN'-clause.

  CREATE TEMPORARY TABLE words(word VARCHAR(100));
  INSERT INTO words VALUES('aaaaa'); ....
  INSERT INTO words VALUES('xxxxx');
  SELECT word FROM dict WHERE word IN (SELECT word FROM WORDS);

(SQl-code is suboptimal, but you get the idea I hope).

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  YAPC::Europe 2008 Call for Papers[->] on 2008.03.11 5:10 htoug

Submitted by htoug on 2008.03.11 5:10
yapc Europe
We are pleased to announce the Call for Papers for the YAPC Europe 2008 in Copenhagen, Denmark 13-15 August 2008.
The theme for this year's conference is "Beautiful Perl", which we hope will inspire submissions on this and related topics.
Whether you have done beautiful things in Perl, you think Perl code is beautiful in itself (or not!) or if Perl has helped you do beautiful things, we would love to hear about it.
Although this is our main theme for the conference, it will not be the only one, and as such we will also be accepting talks on topics on just about any theme.

Please submit talk proposals via the conference web site until Sunday, 25th May 2008. A Call for Participation will follow in a few weeks.
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