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Old 04-14-2009, 08:20 PM   #1
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Resource Recommendation - LAMP, Oracle Bekeley DB, HTML/XHTML/XML/SOAP, CSS, Java,etc

Hello all,

I am very interested in working with Linux (Ubuntu server specifically) I am trying to know the best way to learn
2. Oracle Berkeley DB, and other programming languages such as
3. HTML/XHTML/XML/SOAP, CSS, Scripting, Javascript/DOM, and Java

Any advise, in-depth books, training recommendations, etc will be appreciated.

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Phew, that will be a couple of years of work!
Anyway, here is a good resource that covers at least the basics:
Old 04-15-2009, 07:32 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by jay73 View Post
Phew, that will be a couple of years of work!
Anyway, here is a good resource that covers at least the basics:
Yeah, I figured its gonna take a while so I better start now ( as soon as I take my convergence test within the next one month). Thanks for the response. I have been really spoiled with Windows GUI, which essentially keeps one in the dark on everything else at least from an admin point of view. I found this resource for learning web development because I really want to get to the point where I can create software; , it looks pretty full of good stuff for free too. So I think if I can learn LAMP + Oracle Berkeley DB and key web development languages these will give me the skills I need. At least this will also make me multi-dimensional as a sys/network admin and web developer, especially in this current world economy when people need to re-invent themselves.

Anyone else with additional resources and advise?

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