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MySQL & mSQL (en anglais) (Anglais) Broché – 1 août 1999
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Having a background in developing web applications in Cold Fusion, much of the concepts presented were not new to me, but sections such as the Database Design and Performance Tuning chapters were helpful in gaining a little deeper insight on how things should be done. Since MySQL uses only a subset of SQL2, I'm glad a significant portion of the book deals with MySQL's implementation of SQL. However, I'm a little disappointed that the section dealing with PHP was miniscule in comparison to the sections dealing with Perl and JDBC. All-in-all, I'd recommend the book only if you have a programming background and are looking to expand your repertoire of database skills.
The reference section is confusingly laid out-- there's no indication within the section whether a given page is about MySQL or mSQL, making it difficult to look up the particulars of an SQL command. Similarly, PHP and Lite are covered in the same chapter, making it difficult to tell, on any given page, which scripting language you are reading about.
One bright spot: Chapter 2, on database design, is really useful and well-written. Too bad the specific technical information couldn't be as well-done.
This book might be appropriate for someone with substantial prior RDBMS experience, but with the exception of Chapter 2, it is not for beginners.
I picked up this book just as a base reference to MySQL/mSQL and it has served that purpose. I've been a DBA so I wasn't looking for an intro to SQL and databases, which this book is not, as evidenced by it being in the Nutshell series.
A little overpriced for what it's useful for, but if you already know SQL and relational databases, it is a decent reference guide for both MySQL and mSQL, especially of their limitations (no stored procs, foreign keys, etc).
Only about 30% of the book is useful material. Most examples and explanations are sketchy -- almost useless. If you already knew SQL, there's very little to learn from this book. If you didn't know SQL, this book does a poor job of teaching it to you.
If the book stuck strictly to mSQL and MySQL, it would have been about ~150 pages of content. The rest (about 300 pages) is a "reference manual" for various (PHP/Perl/Java JDBC/C/Python) languages' support for MySQL/mSQL. Again, if you didn't know the concepts already, you would have a hard time learning useful stuff from this book.
Still, I have to admit to using the book every so often as a handy "at-my-fingertips" reference book. For that, I am glad that I have it. But I don't think it was worth the price I paid.