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3135 - A time to be brave? We should ask for what is best for our area.
I don't like asking for things. And when I ask for something - especially something that someone else is going to have to work at or pay for, I've a natutal tendency to ask for a minimum. Many of us are like that - and so it's been that, in our striving for an appropriate train service, we've com ....

3134 - Melksham Weather - Warm and windy becoming colder and calmer
What's important about the weather to you? For us, it's whether it's going to be wet or dry, sunny or cloudy, hot or cold, windy or calm over the next two or three days. That information's available on the BBC web site, and a host of others - but I want to have it to hand, as a graphic picking o ....

3133 - An image from a website that occasionally comes out as hyroglyphics
Do you have an image that displays perfectly in your browser when you download it from your website ... ... but you get occasional reports from users that it comes out as a string of hyroglyphics for them ... The problem may be that the server isn't sending the right content-type header, and tha ....

3132 - Virtual Hosting with Apache http server - an overall scheme, and avoiding common pitfalls
During many of our courses, I write code snippet examples and add them to our website so that the delegates can refer back to them later - and they also form an ongoing resource for others who happen to be looking for examples. But on our Linux Web Server (LAMP) courses, there's far less original ....

3131 - Lua, Tcl, Python; Worldwide training classes
The subjects we teach are used worldwide - there's just as much requirement to learn about Python in Salerno as there is in Swindon, about Tcl in Milwaukee as there is in Manchester, and about Lua in Buffalo as there is in Birmingham. But subjects like Lua are "niche", and the training volume simply ....

3130 - New Computers for delegates to use
Time flies! It doesn't feel like it - but it's been three years since we replaced our fleet of delegate computers (see [here]). The Compaq machines have really done very well, but they're beginning to look a little long in the tooth. Those that are still running Windows have been running Vista, a ....

3129 - Extra courses - C and C++
We started the year with C and C++ courses on Monday, 3rd January ... and we were full. So we've added the following courses to our schedule: Programming in C - Sunday 23rd and Monday 24th January 2011. Prior programming experience assumed. C and C++ Programming - Sunday 23rd to Wednesday 26th Janu ....

3128 - How does your browser find out about itself?
• Does this browser accept Cookies? • Does this browser accept Flash? • What processor chip type is in the computer hosting this browser? • Will this browser run Java Applets? • How wide is my window? The answer ... if Javascript is enabled, which it usually is these days, ....

3127 - Burger me!
I have Simon, seated in the back of this picture, to thank for the subject line. We've been doing Linux Basics today - the first day of our four day Deploying LAMP course, and for lunch we took a five minute walk out to "The Tavern". There's a good selection there at lunchtime, service is fairl ....

3126 - Car Parking in Melksham - thoughts on the proposed scheme, and wider thoughts too
The local newspaper headlines a rise in parking charges in Melksham from April, and my email contains statements of how charge rises in another town in Wiltshire will kill that town centre, and a degree of disquiet from elsewhere too. I've also been out and about in the town - looking and listening ....

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