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2689 - Can my dog eat potatoes? Doggie Dietary Research, and political sleaze!
If they're cooked, and in not too big a quantity, yes (s)he can. We were sitting in front of the TV last night, watching a stream of high ranking politicians offering themselves for sale in a sting operations set up by a TV channel, and Gypsy came over and nuzzled us. We had just finished fish an ....

2688 - Security considerations in programming - what do we teach?
Many moons ago, I wrote and presented a security course - and ever since that time I have been acutely aware of the need to consider security in every aspect of system design, program writing and maintenance. And these days - with many of our programs "exposed" to people to run from remote places ....

2687 - A lovely spring afternoon
Click on the lower picture to see it much larger (new window). Any idea where the pictures were taken? | | | | | V The top one is "The Crammer" pond in Devizes, Wiltshire | | | | | V And the lower one is ALSO Devizes ... it's Oliver's Castle, site of the battle of Roundway Hill ....

2686 - Freedom of Information - consideration for web site designers
The Freedom of Information Act in the UK has proven very useful in some of the things I've been doing with regard to public transport services in Wiltshire - though more in an analysis after the even of what happened rather than in a more positive, forward looking way. But there's another side to t ....

2685 - Stairs
I was in Trowbridge in the afternoon, dropping off some papers ... Here are some stairs. I know they are stairs. Why do I need a sign to tell me they are stairs? Note for the reader - this picture has been slightly retouched so that you can more easily read the sign; the sign is not illuminate ....

2684 - Exception handling in PHP
PHP has exception handling - where you can try a block of code; it it completes, that's good and normal, but if something doesn't work in the normal manner an exception is thrown, and a piece of code to mop up the problem is run, in a catch block. I've written an example to show this ... I have a f ....

2683 - Car Parking in Melksham
Car Parking in the centre of Melksham is a major concern to many residents of the town and the surrounding area. Shops out of town are limited with a very limited bus service to may parts, driving is the only practical way to "nip quickly into town". This April, car parking costs across Wiltshire w ....

2682 - Adding extensions to PHP Open Source applications - callbacks
Over the last two days, I've installed and configured MediaWiki, WordPress, Status.net and Drupal on one of our training systems, and looked (in each case) at how to configure them and install extra plugins / modules - both standardly available ones, and also how to start writing your own. In two ....

2681 - Tcl - a great engineering language
It might be a little old and out of fashion - but Tcl is still very much in use, we use it and we can offer you a learning to program in Tcl training course if you're new to programming, or a Tcl Programming course if you've programmed in another language before. We also offer a two day Tk course as ....

2680 - Static class members in PHP - a documented example
Within a class, you can have dynamic or object variables and methods, where the code and the values associated with it are applied to individual objects. They're far and away the majority of your variables / methods - in yesterday's public transport service exercise, each train or bus had a potent ....

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