Sebastopol, CA—SitePoint, the specialist web technology publisher of books (printed and electronic) and training resources publisher for web professionals, has just launched the 5th edition of its best-selling book PHP & MySQL: Novice to Ninja (SitePoint, $39.95) by Kevin Yank. A whopping 500 pages, it takes readers step by step through the process of building their first database driven website, using 100% free software.PHP is a very popular open-source scripting language, and recent stats from trends.builtwith.com show over 25 million websites using it in their server-side web development. "PHP & MySQL: Novice to Ninja has become the must-have resource for web designers and developers wanting to take the leap into server-side programming," explained SitePoint Co-founder Mark Harbottle. "In this comprehensive 5th edition, readers are taken step by step through the process of creating their own PHP and database driven website, without having to purchase any software." Topics covered in PHP & MySQL: Novice to Ninja include:
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PHP & MySQL: Novice to Ninja is available right now in printed and ebook formats. To download free sample chapters and view the table of contents, visit:
PHP & MySQL: Novice to Ninja, 5th Edition
By Kevin Yank
Print ISBN: 9780987153081
Print Price: $39.95
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