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2087 - Comparing Java Courses - what can we do?
In answer to the question "Graham - what options can you offer me for a course similar to [gave me URL of an advanced server side Java course run by another training company, but not scheduled until late summer]?" from a potential course booker. I replied ... The description you have referred me ....

2086 - C Programming v Learning to Program in C. Which course?
We offer two C courses - varying depending on the background of the delegates. For delegates who have prior programming experience, our two day Programming in C course will help them convert from VB, or Perl or Java or Fortran or Cobol ... the course assumes a knowledge of programming techniques su ....

2085 - MySQL - licensing issues, even with using the name
MySQL is a really good database and it's been available for a very long time under an open source license - indeed this piece of text will be stored in a MySQL database when I've added it to our web site using the Movable Type software , and pulled back from there using both Movable type software (h ....

2084 - Books and distance learning from Well House Consultants?
A question from my ask the tutor page which really deserves adding to an "FAQ" ... so I'll publish the question and answer here > Sender - Xxxx Xxxxxxxx (xxxx@xxxxxxxxxxxxx.co.uk) > > via page - /course/index.html > do you do any books or distance learning courses Hi, Xxxx Thanks for writing / ....

2083 - Do you support a decent train service? Please sign up!
Click on image to add your support or here to learn more first Public transport across Wiltshire is truly appalling - after the 06:15 train from Swindon to Salisbury, there isn't another until 18:45, and if you catch the bus or make a dogleg train journey via Bath or via Reading (the two routes off ....

2082 - Jmeter - a first test case
Would you like to see how your web site performs under load? I mentioned ApacheBench (ab) in a recent post, but you can also use a tool like Jmeter. And although Jmeter is written in and runs in Java, you can use it to look at the performance of other servers and network resources too. In fa ....

2081 - Connecting jconsole remotely - the principles
BEWARE - this first is a "shows you how" and is insecure ... I am doing the demo this way because the security requirements add various issues that would complicate the first demonstration of principle. 1. Set up your SERVER to allow jmx remote connections on an otherwise unused port - we have done ....

2080 - Using ApacheBench and jconsole to test and monitor Tomcat
jconsole lets you monitor Tomcat or another Java application so that you can see how much memory is in use, how many threads you have running, how many classes, etc. Here's an example of a Tomcat server that was sitting virtually unused ... which we then exercised through ApacheBench - the ab util ....

2079 - Java - Memory Allocation and garbage collection
When you're running a dynamic application (and most of the languages we teach these days are dynamic), memory is allocated and released as necessary at run time, with allocation happening 'as required' and being released from time to time by a garbage collector - there is no point is collecting a fe ....

2078 - A lot has changed - but the memory lingers on
I got an email from a delegate I trained ten years ago - which goes to show just how long a week of training can be remembered. He wrote "I was trying to figure out how to return EOF in Java when Google showed site Well House. Well, I couldn't remember where I learned Perl but now I do! Sometime i ....

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