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[nycphp-talk] if you were teaching PHP...

Brian O'Connor gatzby3jr at gmail.com
Wed Jan 19 13:56:07 EST 2005


I agree.  Although I don't know all that much, everything I do know
I've taught myself.  I think one of my main disadvantages is that I
don't know all of the basics that someone from a structured class
might learn, and therefore progressing to advanced topics might be
more difficult for me.


On Wed, 19 Jan 2005 13:17:37 -0500, Joseph Crawford <codebowl at gmail.com> wrote:
> i cannot really comment on this to tell you what you should do.
> However what i will do is tell you what would apeal to me from a
> student perspective.
> 
> Everything i know i have taught myself, i have learned to use
> phpmyadmin php etc..
> 
> I would like to see a course that would teach the basics of php, and
> when time to go to mysql, focus on mysql for a while, talk about what
> makes mysql stand out from the rest, teach them how to admin it from
> the command line, then when all said and done show them phpmyadmin :D
> and move on to more advanced php stuff.
> 
> command line is something i need to learn sometime soon lol and more
> adv sql stuff.
> 
> --
> Joseph Crawford Jr.
> Codebowl Solutions
> codebowl at gmail.com
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Brian O'Connor



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