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1245 - Ensuring that our tutor answers YOUR questions
On our public courses, we get a wide variety of delegates - ranging from those with very little prior knowledge of the subject that they're learning right through to some delegates who are attending more to "dot i's and cross t's". And then the subjects that we teach have such a huge variety of dif ....

1244 - FolksFest Bristol - German beer, Bratwurst and music
Yesterday ... a trip to Ikea in Bristol (for tables for an event we're holding this week) left us frustrated and speechless, and Ikea loosing themselves some business. Yes, they had what we wanted. Yes, there were 24 in stock. But no, we couldn't have them as they were stacked on a high rack and ....

1243 - Heavy duty hole punch
In the past years, we've punched holes through some 40 metres of manuals! Our electrical punch packed in on us a week ago after seven years of sterling service, and after investigating the cost of repairs it proved more cost effective for us to replace it with a brand new unit. A few small cha ....

1242 - Speaking at St. Catherine's College, Oxford University
This is St Catherine's college at Oxford University - built just on the outskirts of the City, and venue for the 12th Oxford University IT Support Staff Conference last Thursday, where I was fortunate to have the opportunity to be invited to speak. There are hundreds of IT staff at the Universi ....

1241 - If I say 'I am fine', what do I mean?
What comes after breakfast and lunch? ... a question I asked on Friday's Perl course; rather than a straightforward answer, I was invited to choose between tea and dinner. And having selected "tea" and asked of what it might consist, I was reminded that tea is a very different meal in different pa ....

1240 - Fancy going to Glastonbury?
It's the weekend of the Glastonbury Festival .... Me? I think I'll stop indoors. [[Picture taken by one of my Perl delegates - Tom Dyes - and reproduced here with his permission]] (One of my own pictures ...) ....

1239 - End of File on a Java BufferedReader
How do you sense if a BufferedReader in Java has reached the end of file? Like so many "things Java" it's easy enough to do ... once you find that vital method in the lists of thousands of calls! There's no "eof"; there's no checking the input to see if you got nothing back after a read as that h ....

1238 - The kind spirit of Melksham
It's one of those days where I'm posting short, at the end of a long day. Well - actually I've had a couple of long days ... But I do want to record a bif THANK YOU to Mr and Mrs x for the lift from Chippenham Station after I missed the one and only evening train that comes down our way. They hea ....

1237 - What proportion of our web traffic is robots?
We welcome search engines to our site - to index our content and point their visitors back to us where appropriate, but such search engines are a means to an end and not an end in themselves. How much traffic to our web site is true visitor traffic, and how much is automata? An interesting pointer ....

1236 - Trying things in Python
Are you used to writing long sections of code to validate user input? Perhaps you are, or perhaps you have shortened such code over the years using Regular Expressions where you can specify a pattern to be matched. One regular expression can replace 30 lines of other code. But in Python, Java an ....

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