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90 - Rude old people
Yes, I *am* enjoying being on a cruise ship and attending Open Source lectures - you've see a few posts here on the subject in the last few days, so this is something slightly less techie. Why is it that some cruisers have to push into queues? Why is it that some of them are so inhumanising to th ....

89 - When will Perl 6 be available
OK - I have been asked this question so MANY times and ... up it came again this morning in a conference session presented by one of the developers and attended by the originator ;-) "THERE IS NO OFFICIAL ANSWER" Best current estimate - a year from now to a Beta release - that's October 2005 A fur ....

88 - Getting the right level of trainer
There are tiers of trainers, and if you're choosing a technical trainer for yourself or your staff, you need someone from the right tier. In the upper tier, you have Experts with a "Capital E". They really know their subject inside out, and they can present courses to highly technical audiences re ....

87 - Too sittings
On this boat, there are two dinner sittings and they're called "too early" and "too late". There are 6 coffee machines, and they all close for cleaning from 3 to four in the afternoon. Arriving Izmir, Turkey. ....

86 - Talk review - Idiomatic Perl, David Cross
David Cross's talk on Idiomatic Perl was excellent. I know of Dave from his book Data Munging with Perl so I had some idea of what he was going to be covering. Now - I've been training in Perl for a number of years, so I didn't expect to learn much technically new, but I did expect to pick up nuan ....

85 - Present and future MySQL
An almost too-crowded schedule. Yesterday morning, the founders of MySQL, and I have posted more fully about their talks elsewhere on the site - here and here. In the afternoon, a talk by Brian Aker who's their director of architecture, which I found a useful approach to some other aspects of MySQL, ....

84 - MySQL - nuggets
I had great pleasure in listening to David Axmark and Monty Widenius talking about MySQL this morning. When I take up a new subject, I always feel a little apprehensive - am I presenting it as its authors intended? Who are the authors anyway - are they nice, sensible guys? Great news - Monty and D ....

83 - Geek Cruising
On board "Costa Meditteranea", early morning. We joined the ship at Venice last night, an embarkation procedure that had us waiting 2 hours in a dockside warehouse to have our hand baggage security screened and to wave our passports and tickets at staff, but soon forgotten as we got on board, found ....

82 - Keeping up to date
I try to avoid "dentist's waiting room" syndrome on our web site - pages that are correct as they're entered but soon go out of date and look old. Here on "The Horse's Mouth" that's not so important as it's a diary (and some will say I should never come back and change history), but on the main ar ....

81 - Café keyboards
Isn't the web marvellous! Seated in an Internet Cafe in Venice I/m limited only by the problems I/m having finding at symbols and apostrophes [semicolon] [minus] [close-round-bracket] ....

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