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Hundreds of books and publications related to MySQL are in circulation that can help you get the most of out MySQL.

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List of many MySQL books.

  1. MySQL Books
    Hundreds of books and publications related to MySQL are in circulation that can help you get the most of out MySQL. These books cover topic including database design, web development, administration, MaxDB, and MySQL certification. Discusses effective design of databases through the use of appropriate datatypes and normalisation; development of fast and robust MySQL applications by leveraging indexes, joins, and SQL functions and operators.
      
  2. Pro MySQL
    Pro MySQL is the first book that exclusively covers intermediate and advanced features of MySQL, the world's most popular open source database server. Whether you are a seasoned MySQL user looking to take your skills to the next level, or you're a database expert searching for a fast-paced introduction to MySQL's advanced features, this book is for you.
      
  3. MySQL, 2nd edition
    The highly sought-after revision of the industry leading book on MySQL is finally here! With 2 million installations, MySQL is the most popular open source database management system. The best-selling Pearson book on MySQL is totally revised to cover the latest version of the software, 4.0. The author, Paul DuBois, is a recognized leader in MySQL community. In MySQL, Second Edition, Paul DuBois provides an updated, comprehensive guide to one of the most popular relational database systems. MySQL is an open source database management system that uses SQL, the most well-known language for adding, accessing and processing data in a database.
      
  4. Mastering MySQL 4
    While I am not new to databases, I am new to mysql and always spend the most time learning new syntax, processes and "features". The MySQL manual is very clear but left some questions unanswered for me. Mastering MySQL left me with no such gaps, and the numerous in-depth examples (including output) in this book help clarify commands and proper syntax. The book covers everything from installation to administration and includes syntax and function/operator references. These references are clearly detailed and contain a generous number of examples as well.

       
  5. Web Database Applications with PHP & MySQL
    Web Database Applications shows Web developers how to build rich Web database applications using two leading open-source technologies, PHP and MySQL. The authors also assume use of the Apache Web server, which is by far the most common PHP scenario. Both PHP and MySQL are introduced from scratch, although this is a fast-paced book best suited to at least intermediate developers.
      
  6. Web Database Applications with PHP and MySQL
    This book is subtitled Building Effective Database-Driven Web Sites, and I feel it is right on target. This is not a book for someone unfamiliar with programming, but if you have a programming background, the book will get you thinking about web design (system design, not graphic design), as well as PHP and MySQL programming. The book is logically organized into four parts: learning the tools, developing the application logic, a case study and five supporting appendices.
     
  7. MySQL Bible Book/CD Package
    The book is divided into five parts: Getting Starated with MySQL and Relational Databases; Understanding SQL Through MySQL; MySQL Administration; MySQL Developer Guide; and Advanced and Specialized MySQL Topics. This Bible covers both beginning-level and advanced topics. Topics covered include: introduction to relational database management; installing and configuring MySQL on the Linux, Windows 2000, and Mac OS X operating systems; MySQL security; debugging and repairing MySQL databases and servers; MySQL performance tuning; and developing MySQL applications with Perl and PHP.
       
  8. MySQL Book Reviews
    We'll review here those texts which are, or claim to be, about MySQL. We try to be current, but we do not always go out and buy the latest edition of every book, especially if we disliked the last edition. We try to be fair, but disclaim responsibility for any errors or omissions.
      
  9. Larry Ullman's Books
    On this page you will find all of the books written by Larry Ullman, in English. The official Web sites for Larry's books are listed along with each title. To see if a book is available in a specific language, you will need to contact the publisher or your local bookstore. To see if a book is available in a digital format, contact the publisher or search online resources. Peachpit Press does offer some titles through their Safari online system. 
     
  10. Mastering phpMyAdmin for Effective MySQL Management 
    Mastering phpMyAdmin approaches the usage of the popular PHP-based database administration application, phpMyAdmin. It is targeted at ?the serious phpMyAdmin user who would like to use this outstanding application to its full power.? It is a compliment to the authors of this hugely popular application to say that there is not much for this book to cover, as the interface of phpMyAdmin is famous for its ease of use.
      
  11. High Performance Mysql
    As users come to depend on MySQL, they find that they have to deal with issues of reliability, scalability, and performance--issues that are not well documented but are critical to a smoothly functioning site. This book is an insider's guide to these little understood topics. Author Jeremy Zawodny has managed large numbers of MySQL servers for mission-critical work at Yahoo!, maintained years of contacts with the MySQL AB team, and presents regularly at conferences. Jeremy and Derek have spent months experimenting, interviewing major users of MySQL, talking to MySQL AB, benchmarking, and writing some of their own tools in order to produce the information in this book. 
       
  12. PHP and MySQL Web Development, 3rd Edition
    We've taken the best and made it even better. The third edition of the best-selling PHP and MySQL Web Development has been updated to include material and code on MySQL 5, PHP 5 and on PHPs object model and validation. Through a clear, practical approach, you will learn to develop secure, dynamic websites by integrating and implementing the PHP scripting language and the MySQL database system. Real-world examples and working sample projects will give you a strong foundation on which to start building your own websites, complete with features such as SSL, shopping carts and payment systems.
        
  13. Mysql Cookbook
    MySQL Cookbook by Paul DuBois turned out to be a valuable reference resource. While the title mentions only MySQL, the book provides a great deal of solutions (and code) for using MySQL with Perl, PHP, Python and Java. If you are familiar with any of these computer languages, this book and MySQL manual is all you need to start building applications with MySQL-compatible database backend.
       
  14. The Definitive Guide to MySQL, Second Edition
    This book is great for anyone getting started with MySQL. The book does an excellent job of helping the reader learn MySQL on both Windows and Linux systems, with most examples being run in tandem across both platforms. The books review of MySQL administration tools and clients is very in depth, and probably the best single-source coverage I have seen on the topic.
       
  15. Sams Teach Yourself PHP, MySQL and Apache: All in One, Third Edition
    You own your own business. You have also created a website for your business that details the products or services that you offer, but it doesn't allow potential customers to purchase anything online. Don't risk losing business-learn to create a dynamic online environment using only three programs. PHP, MySQL and Apache are three popular open-source tools that can work together to help you create a dynamic website, such as an online shopping experience. Sams Teach Yourself PHP, MySQL and Apache All in One is a complete reference manual for all three development tools. You will learn how to install, configure and set up the PHP scripting language, use the MySQL database system, and work with the Apache Web server.
      
  16. MySQL and Perl for the Web
    guides you through the creation of dynamic and interactive database-backed Web sites that utilize the power of MySQL and Perl. Author Paul DuBois shows you how to use Perl's DBI database access module,pairing it with the CGI.pm module that allows Web pages and forms to be generated and processed easily.guides you through the creation of dynamic and interactive database-backed Web sites that utilize the power of MySQL and Perl. Author Paul DuBois shows you how to use Perl's DBI database access module,pairing it with the CGI.pm module that allows Web pages and forms to be generated and processed easily.
      
  17. About PHP and MySQL for Dynamic Web Sites: Visual QuickPro Guide (1st Edition)
    Welcome to the companion Web site for the first edition of the book PHP & MySQL for Dynamic Web Sites: Visual QuickPro Guide, written by Larry Ullman and published by Peachpit Press. This site supports the first edition of the book, published in May 2003. The book is currently in its second edition, published in June 2005.
      
  18. MySQL Bible
    With the MySQL Bible you'll learn everything you need to know to get you started with MySQL and expand upon that by examining development and best-practices for MySQl implementations. There is a cd-rom included with the book which contains version 4.1 of MySQL as well as files created for the book, php and phpMyAdmin and Perl DBI.
      
  19. New MySQL Book for the Library
    The High Performance MySQL book, by Jeremy Zawodny and Derek Balling, finally arrived from Amazon. There?s very few tech books I can read from cover to cover but this is one of them. I?m three chapters into it and I have a decent list of things I want to try/change with our MySQL installation, at work.
     
  20. SQL Server 2005 & Related Books
    Get a head-start to best prepare for new and enhanced capabilities introduced in this biggest SQL Server release ever. Microsoft SQL Server 2005: Changing the Paradigm is the definitive reference for understanding core functionality and new features of SQL Server 2005. 
       
  21. PHP & MySQL Everyday Apps for Dummies with CDROM
    "PHP and MySQL Everyday Apps For Dummie"s, written in the For Dummies friendly, easy-to-understand style, shows those with some experience using PHP and MySQL to create Web sites, how to build six of the most everyday, practical real-world Web applications in two forms: procedural programming and object-oriented programming. The book begins with an introduction to application development followed by coverage of securing applications.
     
  22. MySQL Training Book List
    The following are some of the SQL books we have drawn from in preparing our MySQL training material. Recommendations are based on a combination of content and price. Recommended books are marked with an *; strong recommendations with **. We will add to this list from time to time. Post your comments or suggestions for additional books to our WebBoard.
     
  23. Book: MySQL
    In MySQL, Paul DuBois provides you with a comprehensive guide to one of the most popular relational database systems. As an important contributor to the online documentation for MySQL, Paul uses his day-to-day experience answering questions users post on the MySQL mailing list to pinpoint the problems most users and administrators encounter. 
     
  24. The Bookstore MySQL
    MySQL is one of the most frequently-used databases on the Web. The reasons are manifold, but given that it's free, and in many cases outperforms big-name (and expensive) commercial database systems this is not all that hard to understand. With PHP, which has native support for MySQL and many millions of installations, it forms a hard to beat combination which is provided by many hosting providers. Here you'll find my recommendations for books about MySQL.
      
  25. Web Database Applications with PHP & MySQL, 2nd Edition
    There are many reasons for serving up dynamic content from a web site: to offer an online shopping site, create customized information pages for users, or just manage a large volume of content through a database. Anyone with a modest knowledge of HTML and web site management can learn to create dynamic content through the PHP programming language and the MySQL database. This book gives you the background and tools to do the job safely and reliably. Web Database Applications with PHP and MySQL, Second Edition thoroughly reflects the needs of real-world applications.
      
  26. MySQL Database Design and Optimization
    This book focuses on MySQL 4.0/4.1 but also gives consideration to v.3.23 users as well as a nod toward v.5. The layout of each chapter gives a description of the topic of the chapter, followed by the meat of the chapter, a summary and what's next (how the context of this chapter ties into the subject of the next). There are numerous "notes", cautionary flags, tips, screen shots, code examples as well as thoughts from each author that provide explanatory asides to the content. The authors also provide references to other volumes, as needed.
      
  27. MySQL Stored Procedure Programming
    On a recent visit to O'Reilly I noticed a list of up coming books. There were the usual second edition of this and third edition of that, but among those was a book that looks like it will become a classic. MySQL Stored Procedure Programming is being written by Steven Feuerstein and Guy Harrison, I'll admit to not knowing much about Guy but I'm fully aware of Steven. For those that don't know Steven he's possible the worlds number one expert on Oracle's PL/SQL, having written a number of books which are seen as the standard by which we should all aim for.
      
  28. MySQL in a Nutshell
    This is the first 'In A Nutshell' book for MySQL from O'Reilly. I usually use 'In A Nutshell' books the way one might use a dictionary or other reference book; a quick look-up of the item you need, and it's back on the shelf. I like that. Don't get me wrong, I enjoy technical book that you can read through, but when you are trying to get your work done, those can be a pain to use for reference. MySQL In A Nutshell starts off with a (very) brief introduction (I like that too), plus a short installation guide and tutorial.

     

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Posted on: February 9, 2008

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