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MySQL ALTER TABLE – Add Multiple Columns

I recently needed to add multiple columns to an existing table to store summary data calculations and wondered if I could do it in one MySQL ALTER TABLE statement. Turns out you can. And, it’s super simple. Convenient too. Continue reading and learn what I learned…

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10 MySQL Tips For Everyone eBook

I am so pleased to announce that I have published my very first mini eBook, “10 MySQL Tips For Everyone”. Continue reading to find out what it’s about, and how to get your copy.

What is the 10 MySQL Tips For Everyone eBook about?

In this eBook, I share 10 useful tips for anyone working with the MySQL database. These tips are a mix of the relatively common, and a couple of my personal own that I have realized or discovered as I continue to learn MySQL.

Here are a couple of my favorites.

So you’re (hopefully) wondering how you can get your own free copy of “10 MySQL Tips For Everyone”.

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Receive a copy of my ebook, “10 MySQL Tips For Everyone”, absolutely free when you subscribe to the OpenLampTech newsletter.

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5 Developer/Programming Newsletters You Should Be Reading – Substack Repost

If you are like me, you enjoy your newsletter reading time. If you are a PHP/MySQL developer or a blogging developer yourself, then this post is definitely for you. Continue reading for additional details…

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MySQL String Concatenation with CONCAT()

Joining individual pieces of text data into a singular string is nothing new in the programming world and all languages support some form of concatenation. In MySQL, you can use the CONCAT() function. Let’s see how…

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OpenLampTech issue #15 – CodeIgniter 4 select() methods in depth

Sit back, grab your beverage of choice, and get ready for a deep-dive issue of OpenLampTech, the newsletter for PHP/MySQL developers. This month’s featured piece covers select-like methods in the CodeIgniter 4 Query Builder class. Thanks for being here to read the publication

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Create a comma-separated list with MySQL GROUP_CONCAT()

In this blog post, we will learn how to group sets of values into a comma-separated list, for each group, using the MySQL GROUP_CONCAT() function. Continue reading for more information…

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OpenLampTech issue #14

Rolling right along this week with another loaded issue of OpenLampTech, the newsletter for PHP/MySQL developers. Glad to have you here reading this week’s issue.

Do you need to learn MySQL? Just starting and confused about how to query a table and get the data you need? I am creating premium MySQL Beginners content for this specific reason. To help those who want to learn the basics of MySQL but don’t know where to start. Learn more about the premium blog posts as I develop and release them.

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OpenLampTech issue #13

This week’s issue of OpenLampTech, the newsletter for PHP/MySQL developers is once again loaded to the brim with the best content I can curate for your reading pleasure. I absolutely enjoy running and sharing the newsletter and I hope you are enjoying the content just as much. Thank you!!!!

Do you need to learn MySQL? Just starting and confused about how to query a table and get the data you need? I am creating premium MySQL Beginners content for this specific reason. To help those who want to learn the basics of MySQL but don’t know where to start. Learn more about the premium blog posts as I develop and release them.

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OpenLampTech MySQL Extras – Substack Writing

Not only do I share the weekly OpenLampTech newsletter, but I’m also publishing some articles outside of the publication, directly to my Substack page. I’m resharing the last 2 I’ve posted over on my Substack for any interested readers…

Do you need to learn MySQL? Just starting and confused about how to query a table and get the data you need? I am creating premium MySQL Beginners content for this specific reason. To help those who want to learn the basics of MySQL but don’t know where to start. Learn more about the premium blog posts as I develop and release them.

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MySQL SHOW TABLES – Two Variations

This post is an excerpt from some premium content I am creating here on my blog for beginners wanting to learn MySQL.

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CodeIgniter 4 Query Builder where() function and parameter structure with MySQL

In SQL, the WHERE clause filters rows returned by the FROM clause table in SELECT queries using one or more search condition filters. Oftentimes, in application development, we accept user input values which in turn, are the WHERE clause conditional filters against the table columns. In this post, I am covering the CodeIgniter 4 where() function and parameter binding for safer filtering in SELECT queries. Continue reading and see examples in MySQL…

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