I think Kindle is good for learning programming.

02.IT relatedApple


MySQL+PHP, because I don’t know much about it, even though I’m usually very helpful with WordPress, lol.

I usually use simple SQL in my work, but I don’t use it to create tables or complex extraction conditions.

Because of that, I understood that database construction is much more difficult than SQL. People who make a living from this kind of work are amazing.

Still, it’s interesting to think about normalization and other things like that, as well as programs, because it’s like representation theory in mathematics.

In physics, it’s like a convention decomposition, well, it’s mostly math too.

というわけで、テーブル設計をするアプリ(MySQL Workbench)やデバッグツール(NetBeans)を入れたり、ド素人なりにそれっぽい雰囲気になっております。へー、こんな便利なものがあるんですねー。

Well, I’ve been reading a lot of books, and it occurred to me that I could use my Kindle.

If you think about it, programming books don’t have to be in Japanese. The language itself is alphabetic, and the English used in these technical books is about middle school English, so it’s quite easy to read.

Naturally, it syncs in the cloud, so you can look at it on your iPhone while you’re on the move, or you can use it as a reference while writing code on your Mac, because there’s an app for Mac too, it’s really convenient.

The price itself is cheaper than the paper version, but since the yen is particularly strong these days, it’s even more affordable.

I don’t know what’s going on with the Japanese version of Kindle, but I’d like to leave it at that and use more and more convenient foreign things.

By the way, one of the things I want to do is to make a travel database.

I’m currently working on something like this, and I’m looking for a way to integrate blog data and map data.

フランスの最も美しい村巡りMAP yuu-koma

I’ve been to many places, including the most beautiful villages in France, as well as world heritage sites, and I’d like to create a good database and use it to create an interesting site for my own satisfaction.

※実は近々OS X Serverも入れようかと目論んでおります。