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[8 May 2011 | No Comment | ]
How to Change or Set the MySQL Root Password

When you are setting up a database, it comes standard with the sa account that has access to everything. Unless you want to get comprised, you should change it to a difficult password. On some databases such as mySQL, the sa account is called root and it has a blank password.

Macintosh, Web »

[19 Feb 2011 | No Comment | ]
How to Install MAMP on your Mac

Do you want to start your online business? Are you an entrepreneur and want to do it yourself instead of making someone else to do it? Do you have a Mac? If you answer yes to all these questions, then you need to start from the basics. If you have a Mac, you should start by installing MAMP. Once you”re comfortable with the setup, you can upload your site to your ISP and make it live.

Database »

[14 Feb 2011 | No Comment | ]
Useful MySQL Commands

If you support or use MySQL as your database backend, you will most likely be doing certain tasks over and over again. For example, once you have a table, you may want to modify the columns. Here are some commands that come in handy and can be used as a reference guide.