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4101 - POETS day at Well House Manor
It's POETS day - "Push off Early - Tomorrow's Saturday". No course, no events at the hotel. Sarah, who usually does the Friday morning shift, took the day as holiday and I stood in with a view to catching up on a few things I needed to do, expecting it to be quiet. I also decided to log comings and ....

4100 - Perl Dancer - from installation to your first real application
Previous article - Perl Dancer - Installation and first test. Summary of that article - What is Dancer / How do I install it / Installing requires CPAN modules / Creating an application / testing that it worked. The application in the first article provides you with no more that a welcome page to ....

4099 - Perl Dancer - a Perl Framework - Installation and first test
The most commonly requested Web Frameworks for our training courses are CodeIgniter and Zend (using PHP), Django (using Python) and Rails (using Ruby). However, Perl is also an excellent language for web use - in fact it was the original predominant web language prior to the growth of those other la ....

4098 - Using object orientation for non-physical objects
A table, a flower, a dog, a train and the second hand on a clock are all physical objects. And when teaching people about Object Oriented programming, using such things as examples is a real help in getting the concepts across an showing how they're implemented. But objects to further than that too ....

4097 - Melksham Chamber of Commerce - Report for AGM, 21st May 2013
What an eventful year! On the development of Melksham for the future, progress has been substantial on the Campus project, and the canal has moved forward. Big new businesses such as Herman Miller and Castle Combe International are moving to town, and smaller businesses are setting up and / or movin ....

4096 - Perl design patterns example
For short programs, just a few lines of code in a single block do an excellent job. As the program size increases, some sort of structure such as named blocks of code (sub, def, function, proc, lambda etc) becomes logical. And as the code grows further, you should consider splitting out logic relati ....

4095 - Django - first steps - Updated
What is Django / What is a Web Framework? Many web applications have the same elements - a look and feel (the view, logic that works with the data, usually in a database (the model), something to handle incoming URLs and run the appropriate piece of logic (a router) and bespoke glue in the middle t ....

4094 - Python Properties - how and why
When you're being taught Object Oriented Programming, you'll usually be encouraged to access all the various elements within each object through methods rather than by going directly at the variables that hold properties within the object directly. And yet this will often result (depending on the la ....

4093 - More things to make sure that we do NOT do ...
An addition to my note on my "Oxford" Hotel ... and confirmation of why we provide Well House Manor for our guests... One loo, one showerroom between three rooms (the 4th in en Suite). And when I took a shower, I noted: * No loo in the bathroom. * Going to the separate loo on the way to the ba ....

4092 - Identity in Python
There's a differece between "the same", "equal" and "identical". I can have two identical 5p coins, but they're not the same coin. And I can have two coins which are not identical, but are equal in value. And when you're checking for equality in a program, you should know which you're looking at. Ta ....

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