If you're a typical PHP developer, it doesn't take a thorough review of past projects to pick out a telling pattern: In most (if not all) cases, you're probably getting PHP to talk to a database back end for all that dynamic data goodness; in 99 percent of those instances, you're using MySQL. Now, there's nothing wrong with using a relational database. If you're working with highly structured data with lots of relationships, it's the way to go. You can happily (or unhappily, depending on your familiarity and comfort with SQL) go through the process of working up schemas, normalizing data relations, setting up tables, and all the rest.

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