OpenLampTech issue #55 – Substack Repost

Welcome back to another issue of OpenLampTech, your media coverage of all things MySQL, PHP, and the LAMP stack ecosystems. We have another fantastic issue for you this week. Be sure you are subscribed to the newsletter so you get it each Friday. Thanks so much for the support!

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Simulate LEAD() Window Function using correlated subquery

In my honest opinion, MS Access is one garbage of a database. More likely, database is too strong of a word. While I won’t be using Access in this article, there is a story there (but I’m not here to have an Access bash party). Continue reading for an example of how you may use a correlated subquery and simulate the LEAD() Window Function.

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OpenLampTech issue #54 – Substack Repost

We have another packed issue of OpenLampTech for you this week. And, we have our first sponsor with a smashing deal to help you configure your MySQL servers with ease. Thank you Releem for partnering with OpenLampTech this week!

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OpenLampTech issue #53 – Substack Repost

Now that OpenLampTech is one year old, I have a point to prove. That I can consistently provide the MySQL, PHP, and LAMP stack communities with a valuable newsletter publication. Challenge accepted. This week’s issue is full of great content so give it a read! ๐Ÿ“š

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The OpenLampTech Developer Newsletter is One Year Old

The OpenLampTech developer newsletter is one year old! I honestly donโ€™t know where the past year went. Obviously, I had my nose buried in some fantastic content since OpenLampTech publishes mostly curated newsletters.

I tell you though, donโ€™t think it isnโ€™t a challenge adding your own thoughts and commentary to someone elseโ€™s great content because it definitely is.

I plan to continue publishing curated content in OpenLampTech but, also cover tech reporting and news-related topics that are within the MySQL, PHP, and LAMP stack ecosystems.

There seems to always be plenty to talk about in these areas so a shortage of topics wonโ€™t be the issue (I donโ€™t think).

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