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3404 - Buses on the Cambridge Guided Busway
The long awaited Cambridge Guided Busway opened on 7th August, and a training course I'm giving nearby brought me close to its northern section yesterday. Although I may have questioned the choice of a guided busway over other options along the corridor, and worried about the delays and budget over ....

3403 - Last chance this summer - Swindon and North Wiltshire to Weymouth by through train
Your Last chance this summer - day trip by through train from Swindon, Chippenham and Melksham to Weymouth. Sunday, 28th August - from Swindon at 08:20, from Chippenham at 08:35, from Melksham at 08:45 and from Trowbridge at 08:55. Swindon to Weymouth day return fare just £15.60! Arrives i ....

3402 - That spec is a kingfisher ...
The chap next to me in the north hide at Radipole Lake had this most huge zoom lens, I had my compact camera. So please excuse me presenting you with a picture with a spec in the middle and saying "that's a Kingfisher" Actually, when I zoom in, I found that you can make out that it's a Kingfisher ....

3401 - Open Source Training Schedule - learn a programming language - in Autumn 2011 or 2012
The Well House Consultants public course training schedule is now online and bookable until the end of December 2012. We'll continue to run our successful Open Source Programming Courses at our Melksham, Wiltshire, England training centre right through next year. In each of the programming langua ....

3400 - $ is atomic and % and @ are molecular - Perl
"When do I use a $, when do I use an @, and when do I use a % ?" That is a frequently asked question on a Perl course, where a delegate had dabbled with a bit of Perl ahead of time. You use @ if you're referring to the whole of a list - in other words a complete collection. If you're a chemist, yo ....

3399 - From fish, loaves and apples to money, plastic cards and BACS (Perl references explained)
Money's useful stuff. Before money, transactions were undertake on a barter system; if I wanted a loaf of bread I might exchange it for a fish. If I was wanting to book passage on tthe stagecoach from the George in Melksham to London, I would have to take ia bushel of apples into my local travel ....

3398 - Perl - making best use of the flexibility, but also using good coding standards
Sometimes, examples written during a course are throw-aways ... but at other times they become a useful addition to our resources. On a private private Perl course that I was running yesterday, and continues today and Monday, I found myself writing a useful piece that shows examples of lots of ways ....

3397 - Does a for loop evaluate its end condition once, or on every iteration?
All the languages that we teach have a for loop or the equivalent, which is a clean way of repeating a block of code with a rising or falling index number. It's used in many circumstances - for example in iterating through the months of the year (for m goes from 1 to 12) of in stepping through all ....

3396 - Tables as Objects in Lua - a gentle introduction to data driven programming
In Lua, everything that's a collection is held in a table. During the Lua Course I have been giving this week, I set up a whole series of tables, object-like, to hold details of each station on the British main rail network. As well as data, the table holds code / code references, and by adding dif ....

3395 - Parallel but not really parallel. Moving game characters. Coroutines in Lua.
Virtual World game programming involves moving many characters - both player controlled and automatic - in parallel. The movements of each character depend - to a greater or lesser extent - on the prior movements of the character, and of the other charcaters and the resultant position and condition ....

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