PHP date() function for common date formats

Dates and time are everywhere. We live and operate based on date and time values. Work, sleep, or play – dates and time are always a deciding factor. Where on earth would we be without a calendar? I can tell you where I would be… Lost. Speaking of dates, there is not one universal format that I am aware of. People write them in all kinds of ways. If programming in PHP (such as yours truly) you may wish to format a date value in a particular manner. Using the PHP date() function, it’s super easy. In this blog post, I share 3 common date formats you can pull off with the PHP date() function…

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Handy MySQL Date functions with examples.

Date information tracking and storage is integral to companies, services, and applications. Imagine if your employer did not keep up with how many hours you worked? Or which days? Neither party involved could benefit. I’m confident such a company would have vacancies abound. This blog post will visit many of the available date functions offered in MySQL, to assist managing this all-important data type.