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MySQL tutorial – What Next?

MySQL tutorial - What Next?

The tutorial has covered almost everything a web developer needs to know in order to get started and develop online databases. For those of you who are hungry for more, here are two important resources.

MySQL Reference Manual

Go to the MySQL web site and download the manual. The manual is offered in various formats. I have a .pdf version. Click here to be taken to the resources page directly.

MySQL by Paul DuBois

MySQL by Paul DuBoisPaul DuBois book is very thorough and an indispensable tool for serious web developers.
It offers detailed text on MySQL and MySQL connectivity using PHP, Perl and C. Special emphasis has been laid on online application development.

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