Sams Teach Yourself PHP in 10 Minutes Paperback – 29 Mar 2005
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From the Back Cover
Are you one of those people who think there isn't anything substantial that you can do in only 10 minutes? Think again. Sams Teach Yourself PHP in 10 Minutes is a no-fluff, just-the-answers guide to building dynamic websites using PHP. Broken into 10 minute lessons, you will gain a rapid working knowledge of PHP 5 and be able to immediately put that knowledge to use in practical applications. Who ever would have thought there was so much you could do in just 10 minutes!
About the Author
Sams Teach Yourself PHP in 10 MinutesAbout the Author
Chris Newman is a consultant programmer specializing in the development of custom web-based database applications to a loyal international client base.
A graduate of Keele University, Chris lives in Stoke-on-Trent, England, where he runs Lightwood Consultancy Ltd., the company he founded in 1999 to further his interest in Internet technology. Lightwood operates web hosting services under the DataSnake brand and is proud to be one of the first hosting companies to offer and support SQLite in addition to PHP as a standard feature on all accounts.
More information on Lightwood Consultancy Ltd. can be found at http://www.lightwood.net, and Chris can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Top customer reviews
This concise book covered the ground I was interested in over the course of a series of easily-digestible chapters to get me up and running in short order. It is perhaps now slightly out of date in that it makes no mention of (for example) the PDO database access model but otherwise I have no complaints.
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