Whenever I start a new hobby web project, I just want to jump in and start coding. Instead, I spend many many hours trying to get authentication to work. I’ve got half a dozen half-finished “boilerplate” projects lying around that were supposed to satisfy the desire of, “next time, I can use this boilerplate and authentication will just work.” It never does. One thing I know I don’t want to do is manage my own auth database anymore.

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Parts in this series An Order to Learn to Program, Part 1 An Order to Learn to Program, Part 2 An Order to Learn to Program, Part 3 An Order to Learn to Program, Part 4 An Order to Learn to Program, Part 5 An Order to Learn to Program, Part 6 Part 3: SQL Basics It’s not common to see SQL as the next language taught after HTML.

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Parts in this series An Order to Learn to Program, Part 1 An Order to Learn to Program, Part 2 An Order to Learn to Program, Part 3 An Order to Learn to Program, Part 4 An Order to Learn to Program, Part 5 An Order to Learn to Program, Part 6 Part 2: HTML This is the second in a series on the order to study topics related to programming.

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Parts in this series An Order to Learn to Program, Part 1 An Order to Learn to Program, Part 2 An Order to Learn to Program, Part 3 An Order to Learn to Program, Part 4 An Order to Learn to Program, Part 5 An Order to Learn to Program, Part 6 Part 1 Learning to program is hard. There are a few reasons this is the case:

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Dusty Phillips

Canadian author and software developer.

Author and software developer

New Brunswick, Canada