I think most books have you writing code, and Head First did as well, so I
think that is covered..
I actually have a real project to do that is a little beyond my abilities at
this point (its my own), so I want to keep the learning process flowing.
But thank you for your suggestion!
"Bastien Koert" <phps...@gmail.com> wrote in message
> On Tue, Apr 14, 2009 at 11:31 AM, Gary <gwp...@ptd.net> wrote:
>> I am nearing completion of Head First PHP & MySQL, which is a beginners
>> book. Does anyone have a next step in a choice of a book to progress my
>> I have been watching the board,starting to understand some of the
>> questions,and have been following some of the responses,in partiuclar to
>> PHP site, but would like to have a next step book to work on.
>> Any suggestions?
>> BTW, I really enjoyed the Head First method of teaching, making learning
>> such a complicated subject as coding a little easier.
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> Reading is great, but nothing beats doing...my suggestion is find a silly
> project and code it
> catalog your books/cds/dvds
> rental site
> anything that will put you in a spot where the issues you run into are not
> in a book. Its the only way to learn real life programming
> Cat, the other other white meat
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