All the following projects are public and Free Software. More will come.
I used to believe in Docker, and I made some experiments:
- MariaDB on Alpine Linux image: Alpine Linux is extremely lightweight but has everything that’s needed to run the mysqld daemon. Perfect choice for a container.
- docker-bash-utils: Bash aliases and functions to administrate Docker containers and images.
Note: while I still think that Docker can be amazingly convenient, I strongly discourage people from running production databases in Docker containers.
ASCII games playable via mysql command-line console. Implemented via stored procedures.
A collection of views and stored procedures for MySQL and MariaDB.
A Unit Test framework written in SQL, to test Stored Programs, Views, etc.
A set of data structures implemented in SQL. They can be used in Stored Routines.
Note: of course I won’t list here small contributions. If you see more repos in my GitHub’s home page, it probably means that I’m writing some not-so-important code for someone else’s project.
An external tool which implements materialized views in MySQL, by Justin Swanhart. I made several minor contributions to the code.