I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the right answer. I'll do some Googling and get back to you if I find an anything. You should email the people at Verisign as they probably could give you help..
If I'm allowed to reccomend a book for PHP + MYSQL it would be.
PHP and MYSQL web development a developers library.
Any other technologies linked to OSC worth learning?.
PHP and mySQL have been top of my list...
I guess there is no single answer to your question and you might not like my answer but the truth/fact is you only need one skill: search the www using search engines, and one thing: the www (and of course the mean to access it - a decent internet connection). Nothing you can learn from any book you can't learn it from www. Full stop. I used to buy many books and I still have them but by the time I reach them and look into the index to find something, I probably already got the answer from www on my computer screen at the comfort of sitting right on my chair (but then one could argue that's not good for health.
Sitting all the time)..
Being an osCommerce Expert is like being a Highlander. There can be only one..
After over 8 years of using osCommerce (TEP), I still hesitate to call myself an "expert"..
I think only HPDL can be called "expert" as to be an expert you need to have a grasp on everything that osCommerce can (and cannot) do...
I bought some of your very good ebooks a few years ago Gary, just trying to concentrate on the best technologies to take my Oscommerce skills forward for now and in the future...
This is the exact definition of a very very bad open source. I don't share your opinion...
I have muddled along via forums and tinkering with OSC for around 5 years now and wish to move my knowledge to a new level..
To be an expert in Oscommerce, what technologies would I need to be top notch in?.
At the moment I have a list of.
I know very little actual technical knowledge in the above and really wish to learn them fully. Please suggest what I should focus on and any other technologies worth learning that will help with Oscommerce deployment..
I'd say PHP and more PHP..
HTML is very simple.
MySQL you'll really only need to know the very basics..