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Daily Dose - After Two Years, a New MySQL is Unveiled

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Daily Dose - After Two Years, a New MySQL is Unveiled

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It was two years ago when Sun released MySQL 5.1.  Today the open source project's formidable user base will finally get the next major release, MySQL 5.5.  The first major version produced by Oracle includes InnoDB by default, SIGNAL/RESIGNAL support for exception handling, and semi-synchronous replication. 

Apache CXF Goes 'Enterprise'

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Greg Luck Says What's in Store for Terracotta in 2011

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Opera 11 Released!
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Making A Good Thing Even Better: Google Open Source WindowBuilder and CodePro Profiler
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