Chronicles of Swallowbush – My MySQL

Moving from static to dynamic pages in web applications has two routes: Flat files and databases. Being that I had a C background I was unimpressed by databases, but I was intrigued by them at the same time because I didn’t understand their purpose in applications. I had very little experience with databases and would have to learn them on my own, since it was midterm at school and no one I trusted knew was able to handle PHP well enough to teach me how to make PHP handle databases. I found my way, but did a lot of stupid shit along the road.

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