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Initial post: Oct 16, 2006, 7:19:34 AM PDT
I'm not a programmer, but I'm a database junkie. Actually, I've been working with relational datbases for years and have used Crystal Reports to pull data, so I'm familiar with the SQL language, although just because I've been able to tweak existing queries to suit my needs. I have not had the opportunity to take any formal training in SQL. I've been thrown into a situation where I have to learn to manage an existing database using PHPMyAdmin. Is this book too technical for a non-programmer? I need PHPMyAdmin for Dummies or something similar...is this it?
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Mastering phpMyAdmin for Effective MySQL Management
Mastering phpMyAdmin for Effective MySQL Management by Marc Delisle (Hardcover - October 10, 2006)
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