On 2012-04-03, at 10:39 PM, Tim Dunphy <bluethu...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello list,
> I am quite sure that you've heard this question at least a few times
> before. :) But I have been dabbling a bit in PHP for years and I've
> decided that its' high time that became serious about getting a solid
> grounding in it. Currently I work as a Sysadmin and have modest but
> reliable skills in bash and perl. But I consider PHP more of an
> artform and I really need to 'pick up a brush and start painting' so
> to speak.
> So what I was wondering what websites, and books you'd recommend to
> someone who (for all intents and purpose) is just starting out.
> On my hit list of things to learn are basic php / database
> interaction (mysql mainly).. then how to accelerate php interraction
> through memcache.. and eventually one I have all that down onto using
> some of the NoSQLs (mongo/cassandra/membase, etc).
> GPG me!!
> gpg --keyserver pool.sks-keyservers.net --recv-keys F186197B
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The manual is a great place
Then there are tons of sites forum and otherwise to aid your learning.
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