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Looking for a MySQL coder for your company? You definitely came to the relevant agency. “Echo” offers IT staffing services and project based programming. We pleasantly help you to find the right dev or a team for remote development. All our programmers are accomplished specialists experienced in creating tailor-made products using the latest technologies, including MYSQL, Amazon S3, Haskell, Phantomjs, PHP, Google API, Scipy, Hadoop, React Native, Java EE, Pandas. You can also hire us as a MySQL development vendor and outsource full-cycle development services to us.

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TOP5 MySQL Programmers in February 2018

1 Yana S.,Age: 30, E-mail: ys*@gmail.com,
Skills: PHP, JS, HTML/CSS, PHP (Wordpress), Bootstrap, JS (jQuery), MySQL, PostgreSQL, AJAX
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2 Khrystyna I.,Age: 23, E-mail: ch*@yahoo.com,
Skills: JS, HTML/CSS, HTML5/CSS3, PHP (Wordpress), JS (jQuery), MySQL, AJAX
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3 Maksym R.,Age: 27, E-mail: di*@gmail.com,
Skills: JS (Node), MySQL, Golang, NoSQL (MongoDB)
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4 Anatoly S.,Age: 25, Skills: PHP, JS, Full Stack (PHP/JS), JS (jQuery), MySQL, Golang, AJAX
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5 Vlad R.,Age: 27, E-mail: vl*@yahoo.com,
Skills: JS, Python, Python (Django), MySQL, Golang
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The rating of MySQL coders is based on our applicant tracking system (ATS) data and refreshed day by day.

Questions and Answers related to MySQL Development

What are an important ways to optimalize SQL code?
“I would suggest to read about the following subjects: creating indexes, cardinality and how to create good indexes, partitioning, especially when date ranges are involved, comparing between matching types (don’t compare between types that will get MySQL optimizer to full scan the table). Make sure you fetch only the data you need. Read about joining tables – how to do it right with small and large tables.”
How can I store images in MySQL?
“You can, but it’s not over efficient at scale. You need to use the “Blob” data type. That way the data is stored in the MySQL data structure and can be retrieved. There are pros and cons of this approach. Pros is that you can backup data and images at once. But a con is that backups and replications can get very large and slow, very fast. In my opinion, it’s better to store the path to the image in the database instead, and then fetch the images via HTTP or file system calls.”
MySQL Performance: Is there benefit to storing infrequently used data in different databases rather than just different tables?
“There’s no difference between using a separate table and a separate database, assuming they’re all on the same MySQL instance. You could benefit by moving infrequently-used data to another MySQL instance, because it would guarantee that the infrequent use of the data never bumps the frequently-used data out of the buffer pool memory. But InnoDB already tries to handle that case by making it more likely for infrequently-requested pages to be purged from the buffer pool than pages that are requested frequently…”
Do I need to “lock” my MySQL when I perform “insert”, “update” or “delete” on my PHP code?
“In most cases, it’s not necessary for you to request any locks explicitly. MySQL automatically locks what it needs to lock during an insert, update, or delete. MySQL does have statements for LOCK TABLES and UNLOCK TABLES, but these are used most commonly when you are exporting the whole database, while ensuring that no applications are updating data while you’re exporting. Even this case is better solved (if you use only InnoDB tables) by using a transaction so the export can read a snapshot of all tables, even while they are being updated…”


Consider asking some of these questions during a job interview to assess candidate’s skills.

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