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3470 - Currently pictured in Melksham
Here's a recent selection of Melksham pictures ... I've got very technical of late, and I know there are some folks who have a look here occasionally to see where I've been walking the dog and what I've noticed. I tend to take (or at least publish) pictures that others might not ... The Spa Houses ....

3469 - Teaching dilemma - old tricks and techniques, or recent enhancements?
Where there's something that's a frequent requirement on one of the subjects we teach, but can be hard to achieve, we'll spend more than just a minute or two covering it on our courses. After all, the tips and techniques of how to make the most of a programming language are every bit as important ....

3468 - Python string formatting - the move from % to str.format
The % operator in Python has been a very clever and easy-to-use formatter, but has lacked the extensibility that's been incumbent on its structure and mirroring of the C sprintf function. Or - put another way - it was rather irritatingly running out of steam for some of the more complex formatting ....

3467 - Charities v Charitable. The cost of collecting your donation.
Many "Charities" worry me, though I applaud being charitable. And the cost of money raising and administering that money raising as a business - even before you look at the efficiency of the charity itself in targetting and spending its income - means that of each pound you hand over only a proport ....

3466 - Passing of Steve Jobs - R.I.P.
Last Sunday ... there was Bill, Anthony, and myself with our heads down, "Learning to Program in Python". And all of us were using Apple computers. Windows still dominates the market, but Apple has regrown into the "classy act" - the laptops in our business that many aspire to. I awaken this morn ....

3465 - How can I do an FTP transfer in Python?
"If you think someone's probably done it before, they probably have .... and it's probably available to you" A good answer to many questions of the form "can I do xxxxx in Python?" Question today "can I do an FTP transfer from Python" Answer "Yes" [but I had a look around and discovered there was ....

3464 - Passing optional and named parameters to python methods
When you call a named block of code (a method or function), you'll wish to pass in originating values that are changed from one call / use to the next - these are commonly known as the parameters. If I'm calling a function to calculate the area of a rectangle, for example, I would pass in the width ....

3463 - Busy weekend of contrasts.
A busy weekend after a busy week. And already it's Monday morning again. 7 delegates on a Python course, currently (08:15 as I write) at breakfast at Well House Manor. Saturday was a trip to Taunton ... for the twice-a-year meeting of Travel Watch South West, where representatives of user groups ....

3462 - Hangers, luggage and possessions
I started writing a piece about the contrasts over the last two days - checking out in Newmarket, training in Cambridge, journey home, and then today to Taunton. But in picking out pictures to illustrate the contrast I found a very similarness in the subject of luggage ... The place I stayed i ....

3461 - From flowchart to program - code design for the newcomer
We're all used to seeing little flow chart diagrams on instrtuction sheets and in books - telling us things like whether we should call the doctor for our sick child, or let him/her sweat it out. So - for newcomers to programming - flowcharts are a natural way of drawing out what the program needs ....

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