Today I started reading the book: PHP & MySQL for Dummies. I figured that since I've been using web services, creating websites for so long and using a group of different technologies, why not learn the underlying programming languages that make the dynamics of the web. Hence the book PHP & MySQL for Dummies helps me out. I'll admit that I'm a dummy in the area of PHP, but I'm not that dumb, I understand the context and how the systems work. This book should help me in learning the powers of PHP and MySQL and give me the ability to create a more customized web solutions for my clients. Lets get this done and make it happen.
Since I use the internet in a huge way and I like to bookmark and blog about the amazing articles I read everyday. I created myself a technorati profile. Here I've managed to store all of my bookmarks and commented on them so it explains on what the link is all about.
A summary, how to and a check list of things to watch out for and prepare for leopard upgrade. A really neat article over at TeknoJunkieread more | digg story
These days, you can outsource almost any job but some things you need to know how to do yourself. Study our master list with step-by-step tips from the experts, and test your DIY aptitude each step of the way.read more | digg story
Procrastination in making decision is one of the unrecognized time wasters. It is under the radar because we are sitting at the desk immersed in data, thinking, and collecting more background. ....read more | digg story
What is the good life to you? Like many, I used to imagine Barbie and Ken with the big home, matching BMWs, vacation home(s), and luxurious yacht. I assumed that Barbie and Ken were the very portrait of success. However, a closer look revealed that my vision was distorted. Barbie and Ken were BROKE! Forget looking rich, let's be rich instead.read more | digg story
Steve Jobs: "Let me just say it: We want native third party applications on the iPhone, and we plan to have an SDK in developers hands in February." read more | digg story
MIT scientists have harnessed the construction talents of tiny viruses to build ultra-small "nanowire" structures for use in very thin lithium-ion batteries. By manipulating a few genes inside these viruses, the team was able to coax the organisms to grow and self-assemble into a functional electronic device.read more | digg story
I came up with this list of signs that you might be a hardcore designer. A lot of these signs can overlap other professions too. From my experience, the following list contains mostly truths, mixed in with a little humor.read more | digg story
Foreclosure filings across the U.S. nearly doubled last month compared with September 2006, as financially strapped homeowners already behind on mortgage payments defaulted on their loans or came closer to losing their homes to foreclosureread more | digg story