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673 - Helicopter views and tartans
"Can we have more helicopter views?" asked a client from whom we're running a series of courses - by which they mean overviews that put all the elements of the technologies in place on a diagram - showing how tomcat relates to MySQL and how JBoss and Struts and EJBs fit in to the picture. For sure ....

672 - Keeping your regular expressions simple
There's something macho about programmers when it comes to regular expressions - so often they'll try and do the whole job in a single regular expression when doing a two stage process is much more logical, much quicker in operation, and far easier to code. Take a requirement that came up this morn ....

671 - Both ends of the animal
If this is "The Horse's Mouth", then should my partner be writing a companion blog called "the hind legs of the donkey"? Lisa was not amused by the suggestion yesterday evening, and declined both on the basis that she doesn't feel that it's a commitment she should be taking on, and also that she ....

670 - Architectural Heritage - Devizes
Looking around at the local town of Devizes on Sunday evening... ...all these pictures taken while our Kebab cooked! ....

669 - The best Open Source library in town
In our library, we've over a hundred books that cover Perl, sixty books that cover PHP, and over 40 books on each of MySQL and Python. It might not sound quite so impressive to report twenty books on Tcl/Tk but that's just about every one that's been published ... You can search through the descri ....

668 - Python - block insets help with documentation
For many programmers, documenting their code is a chore, yet every piece of code that's going to be (re)used needs both instructions for the user, and adequate explanation of techniques for the code maintainer. The need for BOTH of these forms of support documentation is often overlooked by the new ....

667 - Well House Manor goes ahead
Under English planning law, a "Bed and Breakfast" and a "Guest House" are two totally different classifications - you can run a B&B from the place at which you live with no special permissions even if it's in a residential area, but a Guest House or Hotel is described as a business and the pro ....

666 - Database design - get it right from first principles
It's VITAL to get your data(base) design more or less right before you write too much code - otherwise you'll end up wasting a lot of time and effort writing kludge code and - worse - forcing your users into work-arounds for the lifetime of the system at great expense to everyone in time, effort and ....

665 - PHP Image viewing application
PHP has some marvellous facilities for image handling, and I've incorporated some of them into a new thumbnail-viewing demonstration that takes you around many of the images used on our Wiki pages. The source code of the thumbnail viewer is also available, and you're very welcome to make use of it ....

664 - Ruby course - oops - it's not happening
I spotted a 1 day Ruby conversion course - presented by one of the "movers and shakers" behind Ruby and Rails - over Easter. And in Europe rather than the USA or Japan too. Fabulous - I'm always keen to learn from the masters; time and money spent listening to the originators of Perl, PHP, MySQL an ....

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