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3667 - A modern area of Cambridge - some thoughts provoked?
View from the walk between my hotel and my place of work in Cambridge this week. It's all modern, and we have some scenes here from which we can learn for Melksham. I note especially the current question concerning artwork and other associated development alongside housing - community elements - ....

3666 - Makefile variables - defined internally, from the command line and from the environment
How do you control makefiles from the environment in which they are run? You can do so with make variables, which can be set externally from your calling shell / program, or from the make command line. If I set a shell variable and export it, it will be available in my Makefile. If I specify a v ....

3665 - Will will smile?
Will won't! The waiter for the second half of my meal later was labelled (and I'm sure named) "Will", but I mused that "Won't" would have been more fitting. I've been something of a fan of Travel Inn, then Premier Travel Inn and now Premier Inn over the years, and seen them grow. But as organisat ....

3664 - Error checking in a Python program - making your program robust via exceptions
Error checking of inputs, in some way, is vital. You may use conditionals such as if, you may precheck data before it reaches your program, or you may do both. But can you be sure you'll meet every eventuality? It's a difficult game forecasting everything that might go wrong. By using excpetion ....

3663 - Changing shops and organisations - Melksham, the last and next five years
It seems like it's "all change" in Melksham. I've been re-reading the November, 2006 report by Melksham First into the renewal and regeneration of aspects of our shopping area, and it stuck me just how many of the organisations and shops mentioned are no longer with us. The report was jointly spon ....

3662 - Finding all the unique lines in a file, using Python or Perl
A question - how do I process all the unique lines from a file in Python? Asked by a delegate today, solved neatly and easily using a generator which means that there's no need to store all the data - unique values can be passed back and processed onwards as they're found. This is fantastic news ....

3661 - Keeping forum and blog comments clean
We're all getting far too used to having to type in a word that's shown in an image, to answer a multiple choice question, to do a sum and type in the answer when we want to post to / comment on an article on a web site. And sometimes those images are quite hard to make out - indeed they seem desig ....

3660 - A Pivotal Incident - learning how to welcome your guests
It's odd what little incident can turn out to be a "pivotal", isn't it? What's just a tiny happening, a couple of words spoken by one person and then forgotten by them can influence the whole future for someone else. I picked up some course delegates from Bristol Airport late one night in 2005 ... ....

3659 - Welcome to Melksham - our new communities
Yesterday was the second of two days walking to and through the new housing area to the East of Melksham - sometimes known as the "Gateway" although there's a puzzle as to where it's the Gatweay to! With many developers, each with their own names for their own areas, it looks rather as if we'll hav ....

3658 - Using Make for a distribution
Although Make has traditionally been used to build C and C++ programs, its uses are far wider - here's a new example in which I've used it to test a whole series of Python programs, and if they all test correctly to build a distribution (tar) file. Scenario - three Python programs / classes for dis ....

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