[sf-lug] LAMP tutorial

jim jim at well.com
Sat Jan 14 15:00:47 PST 2012

P... I believe originally meant PHP, but that meaning has 
been forgiven a bit to mean something like "P languages", 
which some people limit to PHP or Perl. Python, despite 
its importance in Linux configuration, seems neglected in 
web application work, at least as I've found. 

    Seems to me that a lot of LAMP prowess has to do with 
configuring and tuning the linux kernel and a variety of 
libs and mods and such, which is a lot. 
    And configuring Apache seems to be a whole career. 
    And database design is probably two or three careers. 
    And programming.... 

    There are Python frameworks and such along the lines of 

    I'd like to know of a python tool or framework or whatever 
that someone loves a lot. 

On Sat, 2012-01-14 at 14:36 -0800, Anthony Riley wrote:
> Please Help,
> I cant seem to find a good lamp tutorial that doesn't include
> phpmyadmin... any pointers or tutorials would be super helpful. added
> bonus would be one with python in lieu of php
> Any guidance would be much appreciated,
> Thanks
> Anthony
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