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Mastering phpMyAdmin for Effective MySQL Management - Marc Delisle
July 09, 2008 @ 16:13:36

The Zend Developer Zone has posted a new book review (from Ivo Jansch) about a recently release offering from Packt Publishing - "Mastering phpMyAdmin for Effective MySQL Management" (by Marc Delisle).

I mainly use phpMyAdmin for 2 things: browsing the data in the database, and changing the structure of a database. Those are pretty straightforward features, so when packt publishing asked me to review a book on phpMyAdmin, I initially wondered how they could write an entire book on phpmyadmin.

Ivo was pleasantly surprised at the features of the popular database management tool the book covered and notes that it does a great job of explaining the features a config options the tool has to offer. He notes that there's a pretty broad target audience for the book - everyone from the beginner out to the experienced developer wanting to know know about this popular application.

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