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  • MySQL Administrator's Guide and Language Reference (2nd Edition)
    by MySQL AB: Written by the creators of MySQL and edited by one of the most highly respected MySQL authors, the MySQL Administrator's Guide and Language Reference is the official guide to installing MySQL, to setting up and administering MySQL databases, and to storing and retrieving data in these databases. hot
  • A Guide to MySQL
    by Philip J. Pratt, Mary Z. Last: Topics include design techniques, data definition, commands to query a database, updates, administration and client tools, and finally, MySQL special topics.
  • Expert MySQL
    by Dr. Charles A. Bell: MySQL users now have the ability to extend MySQL with new SQL commands, optimize query execution, and embed MySQL within low-resource environments like embedded devices and kiosks. Expert MySQL is the first book to examine these opportunities in detail, showing you how to wield maximum control over this powerful open source database.
  • High Performance MySQL
    by Jeremy D. Zawodny, Derek J. Balling: In High Performance MySQL you will learn about MySQL indexing and optimization in depth so you can make better use of these key features. You will learn practical replication, backup, and load-balancing strategies with information that goes beyond available tools to discuss their effects in real-life environments.
  • Learning MySQL
    by Seyed M.M. (Saied) Tahaghoghi, Hugh Williams: This densely packed tutorial includes detailed instructions to help you set up and design an effective database, create powerful queries using SQL, configure MySQL for improved security, and squeeze information out of your data.
  • Learning PHP and MySQL
    by Michele E. Davis, Jon A. Phillips: Learning PHP and MySQL starts with the very basics of the PHP language, including strings and arrays, pattern matching and a detailed discussion of the variances in different PHP versions. Next, it explains how to work with MySQL, covering information on SQL data access for language and data fundamentals like tables and statements. Finally, after it's sure that you've mastered these separate concepts, the book shows you how to put them together to generate dynamic content. In the process, you'll also learn about error handling, security, HTTP authentication, and more.
  • MySQL (3rd Edition)
    by Paul DuBois: The first third of MySQL is an excellent instruction tool for database newbies; the second third is a detailed reference for MySQL developers; and the last third consists of clearly annotated appendices, including C, Perl (but not Python), and PHP interfaces.
  • MySQL 5.0 Certification Study Guide
    by Paul DuBois, Stefan Hinz, Carsten Pedersen: This is the official guide to passing the two MySQL certification tests for MySQL 5, the long-awaited major revision of MySQL. It includes a voucher for 25 percent off either exam-a $50 value.
  • MySQL and Perl for the Web
    by Paul DuBois: It shows how to use Perl's DBI database access module, pairing it with with the CGI.pm module that allows Web pages and forms to be generated and processed easily. These tools provide developers with a solid foundation for creating applications that incorporate database content to create dynamic, up-to-date Web sites.
  • MySQL Bible with CDROM
    by Steve Suehring: The book is divided into five parts: Getting Starated with MySQL and Relational Databases; Understanding SQL Through MySQL; MySQL Administration; MySQL Developer Guide; and Advanced and Specialized MySQL Topics.
  • MySQL Clustering
    by Alex Davies, Harrison Fisk: MySQL Clustering offers thorough, authoritative instruction on setting up and administering a MySQL Cluster from the developers of the cluster itself. You will learn about everything from installation and configuration to performance and troubleshooting in this authoritative reference guide to MySQL clustering.
  • MySQL Cookbook
    by Paul DuBois: Topics covered: How to make MySQL databases do your bidding--in terms of queries, table manipulation, data formatting, transactions, and Web interfaces--through the database server's command line interfaces and (more importantly) through the MySQL APIs of Perl, PHP, Java, and Python.
  • MySQL Crash Course
    by Ben Forta: By working through 30 highly focused hands-on lessons, your MySQL Crash Course will be both easier and more effective than you'd have thought possible.
  • MySQL in a Nutshell
    by Russell J T Dyer: Programming language APIs for PHP, Perl, and C are covered, as well as all the popular MySQL utilities.
  • MySQL Phrasebook
    by Zak Greant, Chris Newman: Packed with practical solutions for tasks that the MySQL developer must accomplish every day, it fills the need for a short, functional, to-the-point reference for MySQL.
  • MySQL Pocket Reference
    by George Reese: The book covers installation of MySQL and includes a description of SQL commands, data types, operators, and functions. In this small book, you get a handy reference to the enormous feature set of MySQL, the dominant database in the open source world.
  • MySQL Reference Manual
    by Michael Widenius, David Axmark, MySQL AB: This renowned online manual that has supported MySQL administrators and database developers for years is now available in paperback format. This book is an exact reproduction of the MySQL Reference Manual from the MySQL development team's Web site, minus some non-technical appendices.
  • MySQL Stored Procedure Programming
    by Guy Harrison, Steven Feuerstein: Packed with code examples and covering everything from language basics to application building to advanced tuning and best practices, this highly readable book is the one-stop guide to MySQL development.
  • MySQL Tutorial
    by Luke Welling, Laura Thomson: A concise introduction to the fundamentals of working with MySQL.
  • MySQL Weekend Crash Course
    by Jay Greenspan: This book is for Web Developers and Programmers with no prior knowledge of MySQL. This crash course will help you learn how to use MySQL to get database applications to work quickly on the Web.
  • MySQL(TM): The Complete Reference
    by Vikram Vaswani: Written in conjunction with the MySQL development team, this expert resource covers transactional integrity, disaster recovery, scalability, support for mobile users, Web-based and client/server programming, and much more.
  • MySQL, Second Edition
    by Larry Ullman: Filled with step-by-step, task-based instructions and loads of visual aids, this book explains how to interact with MySQL using SQL, the language common to all databases. The interface examples show how to use MySQL?s own tools and how to use three popular programming languages (PHP, Perl, and Java).
  • Sams Teach Yourself MySQL in 10 Minutes
    by Chris Newman: Sams Teach Yourself MySQL in 10 Minutes provides a no-fluff, just-the-answers guide to building and managing MySQL databases. It is carefully organized and thoughtfully written to provide just the information that you need in order to gain a rapid working knowledge of MySQL.
  • The Definitive Guide to MySQL 5, Third Edition
    by Michael Kofler: Whether you're a novice or intermediate user, you will benefit from extensive coverage of core MySQL features like user administration, basic and advanced querying, and security. You will also be introduced to several standard and third-party tools, like MySQL Administrator, Query Browser, and the popular PHPMyAdmin tool.
  • Understanding MySQL Internals
    by Sasha Pachev: In this book, Sasha Pachev -- a former member of the MySQL Development Team -- provides a comprehensive tour of MySQL 5 that shows you how to figure out the inner workings of this powerful database.



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