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3380 - Melksham Jelly - An Occasional Office for Home Workers
A few years ago, a visitor stood in our kitchen at home and told me that "running your own business from home's not an option - it never works". She was new to the UK, having moved here from a different part of the world to get married to the love of her life who was British, and seeking suggestion ....

3379 - Sorting data the way YOU want it sorted
Pieces of program code ... subroutines, functions, macros, procedures, user commands, methods ... are stored with a name, and within many programming languages are actually stored in the same memory area and under the same structure as other named values - variables. This means that you can pass in ....

3378 - New product - ensuring that supply matches demand
When a new product is brought to market, there will be a few people who buy it straight away - the latent market that has just been waiting for that product. Then there may be a bit of a surge as they tell their friends, before sales drop off to a more steady state level. It can be difficult to ju ....

3377 - What do I mean when I add things in Perl?
Some things have a natural concept of addition. And of multiplication. You can add numbers - 5 + 7 gives 12. You can add strings of text - "Hello " + "World" = "Hello World". You can add day trippers to a train and get a busier train (and add too many and you'll get an overcrowded unhappy train, ....

3376 - Kennet and Avon - Walk from Bedwyn to Pewsey. TransWilts day out.
I first walked the Kennet and Avon canal from Pewsey to Bedwyn in the early 1970s ... in those days I lived in Kent, and travelled down on the only morning train to call at Pewsey, picking up a two hourly stopper back from Bedwyn later in the day. And in those days, the canal was weed infested, th ....

3375 - How to interact with a Perl program while it is processing data
If you have a long running program, how do you monitor its progress? You could use tail -f on an output file ... but there are other options too. a) You can output a progress line; there's an example of this from the recent Perl for Larget Projects course ... [here]. b) You can trap ^C ... and ev ....

3374 - Speeding up your Perl code
On Friday morning - our Perl for Larger Project course - I was looking at coding efficiency / run speed with delegates. As an example, we took a data file from our web server logs - some 23 Mbytes of data, comprising about 121,000 lines, of which 1099 contained the word "melksham" in lower case. T ....

3373 - Another busy Week at Well House Manor ... pictures from the midweek
Most businesses are seasonal, and have a peak time of day and peak day of the week too when they're rushed too, with other times of the day or week being much quieter. With the school holidays now started, you might expect that we would have gaps in our training program, and that people would be a ....

3372 - Wearing the new London uniform
   I felt - I admit it - a bit of a scruff as I turned up on Monday morning for a course in London, carrying my laptop and other paraphanalia in a pack rather than a briefcase. But ... looking from the top of my No. 25 bus as I rode to my hotel, I came to realise that actually I'm rathe ....

3371 - From Wiltshire to Weymouth on Sundays
There are three trains on Summer Sunday mornings this year ... From SWINDON at 08:20, CHIPPENHAM at 08:35, MELKSHAM at 08:45, TROWBRIDGE at 08:55 and WESTBURY at 09:12, getting to Weymouth at 10:42 From TROWBRIDGE at 09:42 and WESTBURY at 10:13, getting to Weymouth at 13:10 From TROWBRIDGE at 10:01 ....

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