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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.

    -derby

      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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