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!!!!
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WordPress(dot)com vs WordPress(dot)orgLaravel Eloquent TipsWordPress database prefixMySQL COALESCE() functionA newsletter shoutoutDatabase concurrencyAnd much more…
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