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Re: Re: E-Commerce Monks

by Alexander (Sexton)
on May 12, 2003 at 15:40 UTC ( #257465=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: E-Commerce Monks
in thread E-Commerce Monks

Thank you for staying with the spirit of my initial post. I have another question to throw in. What do people like to implement? As in their own SSL or a gateway? HTML, SSI, PHP, CGI, etc. And what about databases? Flatfile, SQL (which SQL? mySQL, PostGreSQL, Oracle?), ODBM, no datbase?

I just happen to think there's alot of interesting opinions to explore

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Re: Re: Re: E-Commerce Monks
by derby (Abbot) on May 12, 2003 at 15:49 UTC
    I think most monks here begin with LAMP where the P is not PHP and not Python but Perl. For more detailed yet open ended discussions, you may want to consider attending your local perl mongers group.


      Yet another acronym to add to my vocabulary. I too would fall into the LAMP category.
      Excerpt from derby's link

      ...a LAMP platform, consisting of Linux+Apache+MySQL+Perl.

      Of course, there are plenty of excellent open source variants for any of the pieces of LAMP. Let the L stand for Linux, FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, and Darwin/Mac OS X, all of which are open source operating systems and all but the latter have open source GUI layers. Let the M stand for MySQL and PostGreSQL. Let the P stand for PHP, Perl, Python, and Ruby.
      Personally I use FreeBSD+Apache+mySQL+Perl.

      To my surprise I found 2 perl monger groups. One in Springfield about 70 miles away, and the other in Conway about 120 miles away. Thats better than I would have expected.

      Good suggestions derby. Good for me, and good for many others here I am sure.

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