Jeffrey Silverman wrote:You can kill 2 boid's with one stone.> Hi all. I am going to be teaching an introductory, course on PHP.
> As this course has not been offered before, there are no existing
> materials or list of resources for me to choose from. This is a Good
> Thing(TM) because I get to do Whatever I Want(TM) as far as choosing
> course materials goes.
> So here's the questions:
> What PHP books do you like?
> Why do you like them?
> What expertise range is targeted by the particular book(s) you have
> What books do you really *not* like and why? (just as useful info as
> knowing which books are popular is knowing which are *un*popular)
> What other PHP resources have you used and why?
> Keep in mind that I am just feeling out the PHP community for opinions. If
> in fact there *is* a PHP community.
> Thanks, all...
I like "PHP and MySQL Web Development" by Luke Welling & Laura Thomson
ccn - 99-64841 The examples are numerous and executeable - they really
really work - 860 pages, 14 lbs and way too much money - think I just
describe every puter book on the shelf :-(.
... resources ...: this NG, [url]http://forums.devshed.com/forumdisplay.php[/url] and
.... my description of the elephant ;-)