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From:Jay Blanchard Date:July 16 2010 12:25pm
Subject:RE: Why is MySQL always linked to Php?
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PHP applications are, for the most part, not that ambitious
and mysql is simply the most accessible database with the best
developed API.
[/snip]

I know that you said "for the most part" and you are absolutely correct.
I just want to point out that there are many corporations relying on PHP
and MySQL to deliver robust, scalable and enterprise capable
applications each and every day.

I suppose that is part of the appeal - low barriers to entry with
infinite possibilities.
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  • RE: Why is MySQL always linked to Php?Steven Staples15 Jul
  • RE: Why is MySQL always linked to Php?Daevid Vincent16 Jul
    • Re: Why is MySQL always linked to Php?Michael Dykman16 Jul
      • RE: Why is MySQL always linked to Php?Jay Blanchard16 Jul
        • RE: Why is MySQL always linked to PHP?Daevid Vincent16 Jul
          • Re: Why is MySQL always linked to PHP?Michael Dykman16 Jul
            • RE: Why is MySQL always linked to PHP?Jay Blanchard16 Jul
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Re: Why is MySQL always linked to PHP?Jan Steinman17 Jul
  • Re: Why is MySQL always linked to PHP?Anirudh Sundar22 Jul
    • RE: Why is MySQL always linked to PHP?Jay Blanchard22 Jul
      • Re: Why is MySQL always linked to PHP?Anirudh Sundar23 Jul
        • Re: Why is MySQL always linked to PHP?Jan Steinman23 Jul
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