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2099 - Should I maintain the programming code on my own website?
A Question from my inbox: Graham, [snip] I did lot of FORTRAN programming myself in 80's, but mostly as a tool for solving engineering problems. For about 15 months, I maintained a 27000 line raw FORTRAN code, written by 8 Ph.D. souls. In 1998, I created a passive website for myself (Bridge prob ....

2098 - A room without a view
Lisa and I are staying at the Comfort Inn, in Blue Ridge. It's on a road called the "Outlook" and there are views from both sides of the hotel - on the ridge - to the mountains. What a pity that some tw*t decided to build an oversized awning over the entrance to the hotel and block the view from ....

2097 - PHP Course - for hobby / club / charity users.
Are you looking after a PHP based web site but want to do more with it? Perhaps it's the web site for your cricket club, your local school, or a charity or special interest group you work with? What is this course all about? Traditionally, our courses have run during the week and been aimed at co ....

2096 - Where is my new Apache httpd installed
When you're installing a software package you have the install script writer has a choice - whether to put it all in one place so that you can easily remove it again if it doesn't work for you, or whether to spread the elements far and wide so that each element is on an area of the disc which has an ....

2095 - Blue Ridge and Melksham Chambers of Commerce
Seeing a sign marked "Fannin County - Chamber of Commerce" at the roadside here in Blue Ridge, Georgia, and being elected within the last few months as the President of Melksham's Chamber of Commerce on a platform of "Let's have this Chamber be a really effective voice and help for the businesses of ....

2094 - If you have a spelling mistake in your URL / page name
What do I do if someone reports a spelling mistake on one of our pages? I check that they're right (OK - I usually know straight away that they ARE as I'm one of the world's worst spellers and often distort one word into another valid word), and fix the page. And drop them a brief "thank you" of c ....

2093 - Leading Lines
The lines in a photograph lead the eye to the distant point where they converge. Try that out with some recent pictures I have taken Power lines cross the fields behind our HQ in Melksham - and the eye follows to where they meet the horizon The hedge, the amphibian barrier, and the fence aroun ....

2092 - Tracking difficult bugs, the programmer / customer relationship
If you've been programming for a while, you have probably come across one or two of those code bugs that are really really really hard to reproduce, track down and fix. And yet - when you do track them down / fix them from live (production) code, your users / customers just shrug their shoulders an ....

2091 - C, C++ and C# ... Java and JavaScript
With all the words in the world, and the ability to make more up, isn't it astonishing that we have in our business some confusingly similar names for programming languages! C v C++ v C# C is the bedrock language that's used to write all the modern operating systems, device drivers, other language ....

2090 - Melksham to Georgia
From Melksham at 04:00 to Blue Ridge, Georgia, at 17:30 (or 21:30 if you use the same time zone). Visiting Alyssa and Tyler. 2 cars, 2 buses, 1 railed transit, 1 aircraft. We started counting the number of queues we had to go through when we were at Gatwick, and we gave up counting ... while stil ....

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