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Jun 12 2013   3:54PM GMT

Book giveaway: MySQL (5th Edition)

Michael Tidmarsh Michael Tidmarsh Profile: Michael Tidmarsh


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Continuing to experience phenomenal growth and popularity throughout the IT industry, MySQL has proven to be well-suited for developing database-backed websites and applications. Take advantage of this growing system by taking a look at Paul DuBois’s book, MySQL, 5th Edition, which is a great guide to fully exploiting all the power and versatility of MySQL 5.5 and MySQL 5.6. We have an excerpt of the book on our IT Bookworm blog.

And guess what…we’re giving away a copy of the book! To win, tell us how you have used MySQL in previous projects. Good luck!

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  • iheberleini
    Ive use MySQL for many of my small projects, and most of my projectd have been that, small. I want to expand on what i know and this book would be perfect.
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  • RustyAMcM
    I am a new to SQL and have only used it in the generalist of senses as I have VBA experience and have used it in conjunction with SQL to create applications that allow a user to view information stored within a Database This book would really help to deepen my understanding allowing me to do more with SQL.
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  • batye
    I used MySQL once in the past to correct couple errors...
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  • ExRedHatUser
    I am currently using PostgreSQL and considering using MySQL to track Employees.
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  • Michael Tidmarsh
    Congratulations have won the book! Watch out for an email from me so I can send it to you.

    Stay tuned for our next book giveaway (HINT: It has to do with cloud computing)
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