[thelist] Good PHP/MySQL book?

Dan Romanchik dan at danromanchik.com
Fri Oct 11 13:47:01 CDT 2002

I have the _PHP 4 Bible_ by Tim Converse and Joyce Park. I've been able to
find nearly all of the answers to nearly all of my questions in it.

Dan Romanchik - Web Developer
dan at danromanchik.com, 734-930-6564

----- Original Message -----
From: "Joel Canfield" <joel at spinhead.com>
To: <thelist at lists.evolt.org>
Sent: Friday, October 11, 2002 12:14 PM
Subject: [thelist] Good PHP/MySQL book?

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> I know virtually all of it is available online, but I learn better when
> reading a book (not a monitor.)
> What's the best PHP/MySQL book you've read? I'm coming from a Microsoft
> centric background - ASP, MSSQL2000, all on Windows servers running IIS5.
> I'd like to work toward a Unix/Apache platform, but to begin with I'd like
> to get comfortable with PHP and MySQL.
> I've read the docs, and even developed a playground at
> http://members.evolt.org/spinhead/php/ so I'm not a complete newbie, but
> close.
> I'm also very interested in best practices for PHP and MySQL, but again,
> a book.
> Thanks.
> joel
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