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251 - WIBNIF
"Wouldn't it be nice if". Acronym. I've been using it for years and I don't know where it came from; I suspect it's both my invention and that of others too; I claim in back to 1980. WIBNIF lists are a great asset to an ongoing product or business. I have several - I keep short term ones in piece ....

250 - We dont stand still
Our "module" training system provides an excellent groundwork on which we build tailored courses to meet YOUR training needs rather than the needs of the nearest general case that we have available. A lot of work has gone into this system which makes it easy for us to keep our manuals up to date, a ....

249 - An easy way out
Why is it that there can't be a single way that's guaranteed to get you out of ANY program? We use programs such as telnet and ssh (and others) and we're used to running an exit command to get out of them - so why, or why, does it have to be quit to get out of FTP? [Ctrl-C] (Control - C) will get ....

248 - Use me, but use me effectively
Have a question on an Open Source language that you can't find an answer to? In another walk of life, want to know about a travel and transport topic? Please feel free to ask and I'm only too happy to come back with comments, suggestions, pointers. I enjoy doing so - please do use me. However, t ....

247 - Extreme training
Extreme programming methodology is becoming quite popular - we've got a user of the techniques with us on a course at present - and there's quite a bit to be said for many of the techniques involved. Set a series of short studies / cases up and work through each with testing and frequent re-integr ....

246 - When to bless a Perl variable
Perl's bless function, which turns a reference into an instance of an object, it typically called up as the last action in a constructor method. On today's Perl for Larger Projects course, I was challenged as to when else it might be used. Here's an example - when loading a file of information int ....

245 - I'm not blogging it
Lisa was wondering whether to buy me an "I'm blogging it" T-Shirt. But I'm discouraging her. I look, I learn, I listen, I think and I write ... but I'm not into the business of writing about other people's daily lives and conversations that I have with them, even though (at times) they provide the i ....

244 - Getting your examples, my examples and the data files after your course
I'll encourage you to write practical examples that are relevant to you during training courses with us, and I'll also write demonstrations "on the fly" in front of you. That way, you go away having done something that's relevant, and having seen how programs are designed and written in the language ....

243 - new 'Perl on the Web' example
I've been looking for quite a while to put together an example that uses sessions (via hidden fields or cookies) in Perl ... written to a good standard, with decent error messages, security and user feedback, and with the look-and-feel of the page separated from the code so that each can be maintain ....

242 - Satisfaction of training
I'm writing this during a final-day practical on a Perl course - 10 trainees, coding quietly as mice, as they write a web page to calculate the length of ladder that Romeo needs to reach Juliet and present the results. The program is being written to "best practise" standards - the HTML is being ke ....

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