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2772 - Graham Ellis - Summary of Training Record
It's surprisingly rare that I'm asked for my own training record ... and that's probably no bad thing, as it's only a part of what I have learned over the years. It's a vital part, but the additional practical experience, and hours and days of less formal study, add together to make a more complete ....

2771 - Melksham to Calne by public transport
It's just seven miles from Melksham (pop 25,000) to Calne(pop 15,000) - and the two towns are both part of the Wiltshire Unitary area, with a lot in common. The road between them - the A3102 - always seems busy. The Problem You would think that there would be a bus service that let you get betwee ....

2770 - Melksham Chamber of Commerce - Presidents report to AGM
It's only when you sit down and write a list of what's happened and what you've done in the past year that you realise just how much of it there is! Last night was Melksham Chamber of Commerce and Industry's AGM, and I was asked to do a little review of the year. Oh - and I retained (unopposed) m ....

2769 - Easy - but for whom?
1. I wrote a graphing package once - for use on the Tektronix 4051 (so you'll see how old that was!) - and the sales team for whom I wrote it loved it in demonstrations. It asked a series of questions and then drew a graph - just what was needed to introduce customers to the piece of hardware and sh ....

2768 - Carrying a long URL around - looking for memorable shorts
Are you sometime envious of nice, short URLs - you want to pass on a really short URL to someone, but the structure of your site is such that the resource in question has some long string associated with it - it has to carry a lot af "context" around with it ... There are services such as tinyurl a ....

2767 - Back from a Python course in Glasgow
Only 24 hours ago I got back from Glasgow - a lovely evening drive, and into the early hours, and a chance to stop at my favourite motorway service area. Glasgow is a city of contrasts - the "ancient and modern" - it seems especially noticeable there. Here's a further example - the very old and th ....

2766 - Optional and named parameters to Python functions/methods
Do you want to call a function with a differing number of arguments - sometimes simply looking for a function to run with all defaults, and at other times passing in some specific values / variables? Do you have so many different possible parameters that you would like to be able to "I want to give ....

2765 - Running operating system commands from your Python program
As from Python 2.6, os.popen and friends are deprecated methods and you should use the subprocess module for subprocesses. So that's the way to go if you want to run operating system commands. New example showing this - [here] Starting with: from subprocess import * I can run a process and allo ....

2764 - Python decorators - your own, staticmethod and classmethod
Python Decorators are wrappers that you may apply around methods. So they're rather like the bread around a sandwich. There are a number of standard decorators provided with Python - such as @classmethod and @staticmethod (see [here]) which allow you to turn methods into unbound (static, class) one ....

2763 - Our C and C++ training course are on Open Source platforms
Q: C++ is under open source in your courses. is that right? BTW I like your site. Need to learn C++ but too expensive for me. Thanks. Question / comment via our "Ask the Tutor" page - but I suspect that the email address given doesn't reach the writer, and the question / comments are good "FAQ qual ....

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