Advanced MySQL

  • Steve Webster
  • Matt Rice
  • Kev Sutherland
  • Jacob Hanson
  • James Palmer
  • Todd Marks
  • Håvard Eide

Abstract

One of the great things about the SQL language is that its relatively simple syntax makes it easy to start working on real-world applications right away. A passing knowledge of create, insert, update, select, and drop is all that you really need to build a successful database-driven application. But the SQL language and in particular MySQL’s dialect has more depth than the beginning SQL programmer may realize. By understanding some of the more advanced subtleties and nuances of MySQL you can improve your application’s performance and capabilities and at the same time shorten your own development time.

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© Apress 2002

Authors and Affiliations

  • Steve Webster
  • Matt Rice
  • Kev Sutherland
  • Jacob Hanson
  • James Palmer
  • Todd Marks
  • Håvard Eide

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