5 Developer/Programming Newsletters You Should Be Reading – Substack Repost

If you are like me, you enjoy your newsletter reading time. If you are a PHP/MySQL developer or a blogging developer yourself, then this post is definitely for you. Continue reading for additional details…

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I’ve been publishing articles over on my Substack page outside of the weekly OpenLampTech newsletter in order to gain readership for the publication. I recently published a piece in which I share my (current) 5 favorite Developer/Programming newsletters and a brief synopsis of each.

Visit the OpenLampTech publication piece, 5 Developer/Programming Newsletters You Should Be Reading, and know that you should definitely consider these I recommend if you enjoy PHP/MySQL programming and blogging as a developer.


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The Newsletter for PHP and MySQL Developers

Receive a copy of my ebook, “10 MySQL Tips For Everyone”, absolutely free when you subscribe to the OpenLampTech newsletter.

Disclosure: Some of the services and product links in this post are affiliate links. At no additional cost to you, should you make a purchase by clicking through one of them, I will receive a commission.

The Newsletter for PHP and MySQL Developers

Receive a copy of my ebook, “10 MySQL Tips For Everyone”, absolutely free when you subscribe to the OpenLampTech newsletter.

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