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As you can imagine I'm a little wary to make a table with 200k rows and 100 columns. one with the most used and searched columns and one with the rest (and bulk) of the columns.Identify an Opportunity I’m single and after trying the online dating thing I quickly ascertained two things: – The paid online dating market is very saturated – The free online dating market is also saturated but with sites that are clunky, difficult to use, so littered with ads they’re nearly unusable, and bombarded with useless features I saw an opening and I took it: I knew I could build something better in a very short period of time with almost no overhead.The beauty of this iss that if this site isn’t successful there’s no layoffs, burned VC funding, and I’m ultimately not contributing to another dot-com crash.I'm working on the next version of a local online dating site, PHP & My SQL based and I want to do things right.The user table is quite massive and is expected to grow even more with the new version as there will be a lot of money spent on promotion.The current version which I guess is 7-8 years old was done probably by someone not very knowledgeable in PHP and My SQL so I have to start over from scratch.
There community has currently 200k users and is expected to grow to 500k-1mil in the next one or two years.Also some of the people who have posted to this forum, their links aren't working. Are those failed projects due to lack of development time? was bought by Just Say Hi (another dating site) in 2007.Just Say Hi’s infrastructure runs on Ruby on Rails, and as such Mingle2 was eventually ported over to that framework as well.I've experienced that myself with Zend, it was very convenient to do most of the ordinary stuff, but on the other hand it had my hands tied if I wanted to do some simple but out of ordinary stuff (specially with ZF DB). 3) I've been reading that Drupal has a pretty steep learning curve, is that for a beginner user or even experienced one?