PHP, Perl, MySQL web programming tutorials, howtos for beginners and novice users

Posted on in Categories Apache, FAQ, Howto, Linux, MySQL, UNIX last updated June 6, 2007

The motto of this site is learn with pictures, not words:

In Pictures tutorials began as part of a research study we conducted for the U.S. Department of Education. The goal: to make it easier for people with learning disabilities to learn computer subjects.

As part of the study, we created simple, illustration-based tutorials. Everyone who tested them–not just people with learning disabilities–said the new tutorials enabled them to learn faster and easier than conventional text-heavy books.

The site offers tutorials on common Linux web programming subject:
=> PHP

=> Perl

=> MySQL

Great work! (Thanks to [email protected] for a hat tip)

2 comment

  1. I am a dummy working for juasun that is rural internet company, I know networking as I worked as an apprentice for 6 years now, I was always longing for programming skills for all these years, today I found your info as a heal, its easy to read and follow the picture demo, the only thing I long for is if its compatible with windows, futher more I need to be a serious linux programmer, prior to this I was teaching myself SQL and MYSQL from http://www.functionx.com the exlanations there are long and a little confusing, with you am sure I can find a solution, the only problem I facd is; with all procedures I followed on an ubuntu pc, it denied an access to mysql, what could be a reason for that? it gave a message error that access denied, I started as root super user, then exiting and do the mysql -u root mysql after checking the MSQL i found there is version 5 and the demo u gave is for version 4. I need to be totally tech guy, and serious programmer,

    YOU GUYS ARE MY HERO!

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