Many computer programs, including web-based programs like blogs, photo galleries and content management systems need to be able to store and retrieve data. Programs that want the database software to handle the low-level work of managing data simply use that language to send it instructions. To make it easy for other programs to access data through them, most database software supports a computer language called “SQL” (usually pronounced as “sequel”). SQL was specially designed for such a purpose. There are many databases that support the use of SQL to access their data, among them MySQL and PostgreSQL. In other words, MySQL is just the brand of one database software, one of many. While it may be one of many, though, MySQL is the world’s second most widely used open-source relational database management system.
Access the full directory at: http://leadferret.com/directory/mysql-experts
Because of MySQL’s popularity, LeadFerret, the newly funded free b2b data site, has compiled and published a targeted directory of business professionals who are considered to be experts when it comes to MySQL. This directory contains contact information for the individuals within, including email addresses, social media links and more. Using this directory as a starting point for a marketing campaign can help one avoid targeting people who do not have the skills one is looking for.