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there is another comment that speaks to this ("it comes down to code"), but i'd just like to say - use what ever you can to get the job done, then think about porting/optimizing/frameworks...

TO the question at hand - Yes - php and sql can get the job done... i mean are you building it for 1,000 users? or 100,000? php and sql can handle both...

Code tight and code well, tell everyone else to go to hell




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