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2391 - Great Western Route Utilisation Strategy - Draft for Consultation
A call from Brunel Radio in Swindon yesterday asked for my to give brief comment on the "Draft Great Western RUS" that had been published 4 hours earlier. But what is a RUS, why is it of interest to local radio listeners {{ and how do people expect me to make meaningful comment on 192 pages within ....

2390 - Dynamic / changing images on your web page
There are a number of different ways to provide dynamic (changing) images within a web page ... but as they're mostly client side technology based, they're not something I commonly get involved in. However, just yesterday I was thinking of using exactly such a dynamic image in my post telling you ....

2389 - Writing with our customers words
I write "Korn Shell" rather than "ksh", and "regular expression" rather than "regex". When it comes to "new lines" there is a gap between the words - I don't write "newlines". I try to avoid using words like "today" as I write, as that leaves the reader scrambling for the authored date - on the same ....

2388 - `Of Course` is back!
When we started running Perl and Java courses on our own account, we launched the "Of Course" newsletter - a printed piece that rose from 12 to 24 pages in six years, at two editions per year. The latter printed editions were also available for .pdf download as overseas postage costs rose ... and i ....

2387 - to Clifton Down and Avonmouth
The pictures I took today are more "record pictures" than ones of any artistic merit or prettiness - we took the day out, and headed for Avonmouth because, like Everest, it's there. I didn't much know what to expect, and the threatening mills that tower above the skyline were dulled for the photogr ....

2386 - Computing under the influence of alcohol
If you're a forum moderator, or (as I do) have an enquiry page, you may have noticed how the tone / approach of your members varies at some times of day. Occasionally, it's that the messages are terse in the morning and late afternoon, but longer at other times of day - that's explained by the use ....

2385 - Reading all our recent news from a single source
1. We've stickied a recent news article on the from page of our site for a while, using the some ewhat mild (some would say inane) text "Recent Article". It's all been good stuff there - upcoming schedules, special deals for delegates, information about how our product really is different and how w ....

2384 - Looking ahead to the Autumn season of training and accommodation
This Autumn, we're running our regular public training courses at Well House Manor - courses in Perl, PHP, Python, Lua, Ruby, C, C++, Tcl, MySQL, Tomcat and Linux [schedule - link]. We still have a maximum group size of eight delegates, we still use our own notes - it's a tried and tested formula t ....

2383 - Lua Regular Expressions
OK - don't believe the headline - Lua doesn't support "Regular expressions" but it does have pattern matching. Why? Because Lua is designed to have a small footprint, and a conventional Regular Expression library would be 'bloat' - the pattern matching that's provided looks similar, and offers 80 ....

2382 - Giving up on user input - keyboard timeout in Perl
There's an old piece of code that I've used to demontstrate how (in Perl) you can prompt for a user input ... but then time out the input on an alarm signal if the user doesn't enter data within a certain time. The code's [here] if you want to have a look. But let me warn you ... it's one of thos ....

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