My friends Lawrence Krubner and Darren Hoyt just launched MySql Emergency. It’s a site where you can post urgent MySql questions and post a small bounty ($4 or more) for a good solution to your problem.
MySql Emergency is problem-solving community for MySql, ideal for users seeking quick, succinct answers they can’t find in any MySql forums. MySql Emergency is also great for established MySql developers who want to help problem-solve and be paid fairly for their efforts.
Sometimes Google just doesn’t cut it. Sometimes you want quick, succinct advice specific to your problem. MySql Emergency lets you lean on the knowledge of the masses and still get personalized advice.
If you think you know a thing or two about MySql and might want to make some quick cash on the side, or if you have a question for the community, you can register for free. I’ve earned more than a round of beers by spending just a few minutes sharing tips to fellow developers in need.
If you register using this affiliate link I might be able to get them to buy me another round