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2955 - Melksham Railway Station - new information point
I collected a Perl course delegate off the train at Melksham station yesterday evening, and I was delighted to see that the new help point has been fitted. The help point is very much more obvious than the old blue box, is "signed" clearly, and is located at what we consider to be the right place - ....

2954 - Railway meetings, trips and meetups this autumn
Friday 17th September, 19:30, Bridge House, Trowbridge WWRUG - Tim Pearce, Go! Co-operative presentation, Q&A Friday 1st October, 19:30, Melksham Town Hall MRDG - Regular meeting Saturday 2nd October, 09:30, either Westbury or Melksham TWCRP - Working group meeting Wednesday 6th October, 18:00, P ....

2953 - Turning an exercise into the real thing with extreme programming
Should a private course that's being booked run for 2 days or 3? Or on a longer subject for 5 days or 4? I'm often left having to make a recommendation. Budget constraints, and more critically the constraints on the length of time that people can be released from their other tasks, favor a shor ....

2952 - Concluding the interview process
One of the most delightful parts of my job (though it's very rare) is to get in touch with people and say "yes - please do come and work for/with us" - and I'm doing some of that this afternoon. One of the toughest parts is getting in touch with candidates who we've seen, but then decided that the ....

2951 - Lots of way of converting 3 letter month abbreviations to numbers
There are certain programming tasks that sound simple but end up fascinating ... they sound straightforward (and probably are), but it turns out there are lots of ways of doing them and you could spend a lot of time working out which was is best. One of those is converting three letter abbreviation ....

2950 - Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, turns first sod in Melksham Link Canal
The Wilts and Berks Canal opened 200 years ago ... but only survived for just over a hundred years, as carriage of good moved away to rail and then back to road, from where the canal had taken it in the first place. But with canals now being a popular leisure time magnet - drawing people to cycle, ....

2949 - Lua - variable function arguments and select
Lua's select function allows you to look at the variable arguments to your current function. If you're going to be calling a function from different places with different numbers of parameters, you can declare the function with its final parameter being "..." which sucks up the final parameters int ....

2948 - Melksham shamefully makes the national headlines
I see that Melksham's in the news tonight - and sadly after an assault. But this was no drunken brawl in a pub - this was an assault by a police officer, inside the police station, on a lady in her late 50s. She's shown on the Guardian web site with a spectacular black eye and fears she will need ....

2947 - Teaching Lua to a Perl advocate
It seems the rest of the class thinks I'll find Bill a tough case. Bill (not his real name) is a Perl fan - there's so much you can do, so shortly, in Perl. He's a great regular expression fan and he's got a real comfort with that. If you described him as a bit of a "stick in the mud" - happy wi ....

2946 - Level playing fields, job vacancies, lemons and peaches
Keeping a level playing field, and keeping personal data confidential, preclude me from writing more than a few generalities about some of the interesting way things unfolded when I posted up a week ago that we're looking for help - a.k.a. a sort of job vacancy. Over the past few days, I've heard ....

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