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2077 - Why put Apache httpd in front of Apache Tomcat
Does it seem odd to you that Apache Tomcat is a web server ... and yet the majority of sites run with another web server - Apache httpd - in front of it. Why do they do it? There's a whole host of reasons! They including better logging, load balancing, security, speed of serving static pages such ....

2076 - A New Advert for Well House Manor
Who are our hotel customers at Well House Manor? We have several distinct groups, and the question comes "how do we arrange our advertising to suit them all?" ... we really don't want guests who are visiting Melksham to attend a wedding at the weekend or meet up with family to be put of by our "b ....

2075 - Supporting Parkinsons and Trains
Duncan Hames, our "Lib-Dem" candidate for the new Chippenham / Melksham / Bradford-on-Avon seat at the next election, is a keen supporter of our campaign to provide an appropriate train service across Wiltshire ... he's pictured here at the station the other week. And he's braver than me - he's run ....

2074 - Weekday or Weekend PHP, Python and Perl classes?
Should we run training courses during the week, or at weekends? Our 'traditional' business has been 80% + employees of companies, government organisations and educational establishments who have wanted weekday courses, with the remaining fifth being independents and contractors who are somewhat fle ....

2073 - Extra PHP Examples
Yesterday evening and this morning, I was helping with some specific PHP questions ... resulting in some new examples that I've put on the web site. • A program which can be used / allows logins only between 3pm and 5pm on a Wednesday afternoon (and could easily be adapted to let people in at ....

2072 - Copyright, Portability and other nontechnical web site issues
Sometimes, I get so enmeshed in the technical that it's good to take a step back and look at our web site (and web sites in general) and say "what do we need to consider in the broader picture". I had this opportunity yesterday evening, as I ran a short session to look at some PHP issues. A coupl ....

2071 - Setting up a MySQL database from PHP
Yes ... training on a Sunday ;-) ... I've been setting up a MySQL database from a PHP script and testing it. A couple of bits of source to share. 1. The setup of the database: <?php mysql_connect("localhost","womble","wimbledon"); mysql_query("create database gerald"); mysql_select_db("gerald ....

2070 - Converting to Perl - the sort of programs you will write
I've put many of the examples that I wrote during last week's Perl Course into our converting to Perl resource, and they've available for use and download from there, subject to the usual "use at your own risk" exclusion! Where delegates are used to prescriptive, declared languages such as Cobol ( ....

2069 - Efficient calls to subs in Perl - avoid duplication, gain speed
When you call a sub in Perl (a subroutine - a named block of code), you pass in a list of parameters in the list called @_. It's easy and straightforward ... but as the length of your list increases, it starts to become less that efficient. Say - for example - I had a 35 Mbyte log file (and I ....

2068 - Playing Catchup
Friday afternoon ... and a week in which a lot has happened comes to an end. A raft of pictures that have been taken to be shared, but alas have not yet been shared .... A week long Perl Programming course ... Breakfast for 33 (yes, that's thirty three!) at Well House Manor this morning ... Seein ....

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