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  • SQL | PHP | MySQL

    In this course you will learn how to create dynamic, data driven websites using the LAMP stack. The course focuses on the integration of the LAMP components (especially MySQL and PHP) to create a complete working site. Throughout the course, a lending library that needs a web application to track its books and borrowers provides a scenario for discussion and demonstration. Attention is also paid to best practices for keeping the site secure. Students should have a basic prior knowledge of relational databases and SQL and of the PHP language (variables, operators, loops, branches, and simple string handling). Basic competence at the Linux command line (including the ability to edit text files) is also assumed. Students can follow along with all demos by pre-installing Centos 6 (or similar) into a virtual machine.

  • MySQL is a popular choice of database for use in web applications, and is a central component of the widely used LAMP open source web application software stack. In this course, which is part 2 of the Fundamentals of MySQL series, we explore more advanced topics such as stored procedures & user-defined functions, subqueries & joins, views and events & triggers.

  • MySQL Fundamentals by Pinal Dave

    MySQL is a popular choice of database for use in web applications, and is a central component of the widely used LAMP open source web application software stack. This course covers the fundamentals of MySQL, including how to install MySQL as well as write basic data retrieval and data modification queries.

  • Performance is one of the most essential aspects of any application. Everyone wants their server to perform optimally and at the best efficiency. Indexes are the silver bullets for Performance. In this course we will gain an understanding of the basics of Indexes and further explore practical tips and tricks for performance tuning.

  • A detailed exploration of MySQL Workbench, a unified visual tool for data modeling, SQL development, and comprehensive administration tools for MySQL. This course will guide you through maximizing the power of MySQL Workbench and getting productive quickly with MySQL.

  • Performance is one of the most essential aspects of any application. Everyone wants their server to perform optimally and at the best efficiency. In this course we will understand the basics of query optimization and look at practical tips and tricks for performance tuning.

  • Data is very important to any application and business. It is very important that every business plan for data safety. Database backup strategies are often discussed after the disaster has already happened. In this introductory course we will explore a few of the basic backup strategies every business should implement for data safely. We will explore how we can recover our server quickly after any unfriendly incident to our MySQL database.

  • This course will set you straight on managing services in Linux to prepare for your LPI 117-102 exam. This course covers what is needed for the exam, along with what is commonplace in an up to date Linux environment. Demonstrations will use CentOS 7, Ubuntu 14.04, and the Raspberry Pi. So whether it is databases, email, or security you would like to make a start on, you are going to find help here.

  • Introduction to Joomla! by Herta Nava

    Content Management Systems (CMS) are great options for website development, and for simple or complex website solutions. If you are considering a CMS, Joomla! might well be the system you are looking for. With Joomla! you can build a simple website or blog, or build complex applications like a membership site, an e-commerce store, a movie or music database, and more.

  • The second exam for the LPIC-1, 117-102 requires you to know a little about scripting and customizing the user environment. So we look at variables, aliases, and functions and how they can be added to login scripts before moving more fully into writing BASH scripts. With this firmly under our belts, we can look at managing the X server and the GUI found on Linux desktops and some servers. This will lead us into understanding users and groups and integration into the Active Directory. To make life easier for us, some tasks will be automated using Cron before finishing up with an explanation of the locale.

  • phpMyAdmin Fundamentals by Pinal Dave

    phpMyAdmin is a free and open source tool written in PHP for the administration of MySQL via a web browser. It can perform various tasks such as creating, modifying or deleting databases, tables, fields, and rows as well as executing SQL statements or managing users and permissions. This course will guide you through maximizing the power of phpMyAdmin to get productive quickly with MySQL.

  • Databases have endured a lot of flak from the Rails camp, but they can do some pretty fantastic things. We can make our software better by spending some time to get to know them. Your database wants to be your friend.

  • Introduction To Hibernate by John Sonmez

    In the world of Java, one of the most popular and widely used frameworks is Hibernate. Hibernate is an ORM, or Object Relational Mapper, that allows developers to map Java objects to relational database tables. It is a valuable tool that all Java developers should know how to use. The problem is, learning Hibernate can be difficult. Hibernate is a very large framework and there are many important concepts to understand to use it effectively. This course is designed to make getting started with Hibernate as easy as possible and focus on the most important things you need to know. We start off this course by learning a bit about Hibernate and how it works, and then see how to get it setup with a real MySQL database installation. After that, we learn the very basics of mapping, which is one of the most important things to understand about Hibernate. I'll show you how to create a basic mapping for a Java object to a relational table and explain to you how the mapping works. But most real world applications have more complex mapping that often trips up new developers and experienced developers alike. So, we'll also cover some of the complex mapping situations like mapping collections and different relational mappings like one-to-many and many-to-one. Once you've learned how to map you objects, you'll want to know how to query them, so I'll show you how to do this using Hibernate's built in HQL and using a more object oriented approach with the Criteria API. Finally, we'll wrap things up by taking a brief tour of some of the more advanced features like caching and interceptors. So, if you are wanting to learn how to use Hibernate, or if you've been struggling through using Hibernate in an existing application, but never really understood what was going on, this course will give you the knowledge you need to feel confident about how Hibernate works and how to use it.