[Web4lib] Training Recommendations for PHP and MySQL
bkozlowski at sals.edu
Thu Apr 8 16:23:33 EDT 2010
Although not a dual training resource for PHP & MySQL (at the same time) many people have found KillerPHP's videos to be quite helpful.
Personally I learned from reading a ton of books and actually doing, and am still learning (never to stop). After learning the basics, doing a Google search on similar solutions led me down a path of answers and enlightenment, and eventually to the land of PHP frameworks to do the same thing, only faster (but a framework still requires knowledge of the language).
I do like the Sitepoint and Head First books when just starting out on a topic if it means anything.
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From: web4lib-bounces at webjunction.org on behalf of Cornwall, Daniel D (EED)
Sent: Thu 4/8/2010 4:12 PM
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Subject: [Web4lib] Training Recommendations for PHP and MySQL
Would you let me know what your favorite training resources are for learning PHP and MySQL? I have checked the web4lib archives, but they seem to be full of posts relating to specific problems.
I've found a nice selection of books, but knowing sources of online training, tutorial videos, etc would be very helpful. If desired I can summarize for the list. Thanks, Daniel
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