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2188 - Camera to record where a picture was taken
Have you ever looked around your picture libraries for a picture of a particular place? I've just been doing so, and suggested to a delegate that cameras should have GPS systems on them. Apparently some do, so it's now just a question of getting the camera to use the latitude and longitude in the ....

2187 - Are we IITT (Institute of IT Training) members?
I'm a great believer in "Raising the standards of professionalism in training" - that's the byline of the Institute of IT Training - so when they approached us about becoming a certified member, I listened carefully. Cynics will say that you "get nowt for nowt in this life" ... and indeed that see ....

2186 - An FAQ on the Apache httpd and Apache Tomcat web servers, and on using them together
Both Apache httpd and Apache Tomcat are popular web servers - and most people who use Tomcat 'front' it with httpd. We run an Apache httpd course (under Linux / Unix) and also a combined httpd and Tomcat course so we're very familiar with those "Frequently Asked Questions" that everyone wants to ha ....

2185 - Abstract Classes - Java
In Java you can write a class from scratch, or you can write one class based on another, using the 'extends' keyword and providing only the methods that change in the new class from the base class, plus any extras. Let's say we're writing an accounts system, for example ... we have a base class tha ....

2184 - Choosing the right version of Java and Tomcat
Java is described as being a portable language. But that only means that the 'runnable' class files are fairly portable - you must download and install the correct Java Virtual Machine / Java Runtime Environment / Java Development Kit for your computer / operating system / needs. This diagram show ....

2183 - Servlet life cycle, and Java Servlet variable scope
If you write a 'traditional' program and run it ... then it is cleared from memory when you finish running it. It does its job then exits. And so it is with a java program that you run from the command line under the java command. But if you're running a web server, where lots of users all call up ....

2182 - What Linux run level am I in?
Linux / Unix systems have a "run level" that they're in ... 0 - halted 1 - single user 2 - multiuser (client) 3 - full multiuser 5 - full multiuser with X windows running 6 - reboot How do I find out what run level a system is in at the moment? - a question asked on today's Java course (OK - it was ....

2181 - You cannot please all of the people all of the time
In my role with the Melksham Chamber of Commerce, I take an interest in the business activities in the town, and the various factors that inspire and concern our shop owners. At the tail end of last year, Bath Road was closed for a period and the shopkeepers were pretty upset about it - talking of ....

2180 - Patterns in numbers - room occupancy
I have often spotted patterns in the room numbers we have occupied - describing a night where 1, 3 and 5 are occupied but 2 and 4 are not as "odd" for example, and I have been surprised at how often the let combination allows me to come up with some such form of wording. I woke ... dawn is early a ....

2179 - Offers that I can refuse
Three business proposals I received in my email this lunchtime ... I'm going to pass on all three, but I enjoy reading about some of the incredible things I get invited to do! 12th May 2009   Dear Sir/Madam,   I would like to know whether you have any part time business offer for me as I ....

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