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2044 - Please Trouble me
"I don't like to trouble you" ... so say the British, and the British delegates who come on our courses. It's something of a nationalistic trait (goodness - I hope it isn't that I'm an Ogre, though I understand they have hearts too). But I want people to trouble me!. Why? Because I want to know w ....

2043 - Confidence, Customer Service and Tourism in Melksham
I was very disappointed to miss the "business opportunities / where do we go from here" meeting in Melksham last week - organised by the Town Council and with support from many including the Chamber of Commerce. But Lisa (who is on The Chamber Committee) did go along, listened, let me know what hap ....

2042 - Wiltshire Rail Service Update
Those of you who have seen my involvement in looking for an improved rail service across Wiltshire may feel I've been very low-key about it of late. Maybe - but there *have* been some things going on in the background. And you can expect to see more coming up in the future. Here's a starter - a ....

2041 - httpd, Tomcat and PHP course enhancements
If you're in an area of the UK that's covered by 3G phone service, we can now have our training computers on line during private courses on your site without having to add our machines inside your firewall. You just provide 'the room and the students' and we do the rest. We have always provided an ....

2040 - Error: Cant read xxxxx: no such variable (in Tcl Tk)
If you set a Tcl (Tcl/Tk) variable within a proc, or within the callback command of a widget, that variable does not exist at run time until you have run the proc or callback procedure, or until you have initialised the variable in some other way. Let's see a Tk example. I have created a window wi ....

2039 - The Invoker
Who, what or where is the Invoker? There are web sites that have a lot of pages on them, none of which is served up all that often, and there are other web sites which only host a few web applications,each of which is run in a container service such as Catalina within Tomcat. In the first case, the ....

2038 - Sticky Sessions with mod_jk (httpd to Tomcat)
If you're load balancing with mod_jk, you can put a load balancer worker in your jk properties file, and then have requests forwarded to all the workers that are members of that load balancer. That's a great way to share the load. But if you're running applications that rely on a series of linked ....

2037 - The Interview and The Lift
The Interview was for a pressure position - European Software Support Specialist for an American product - working for the American manufacturer and based at their single European office in Basingstoke, from where they co-ordinate their distribution and dealership network through Europe. It went we ....

2036 - Java Tag Libraries / how they work / Tomcat Deployment
A Java (JSP) tag library is a set of additional XML tags that you can include in your Java Server Page in order to create objects and set and get the attributes of those objects. Let's see an example. I can write the following into my HTML: <jsp:useBean id="bigmac" class="shape.Cube"/> <jsp ....

2035 - 1234567890 ... coming up on Friday 13th
The Unix time 1234567890 (seconds from 1.1.70) comes up this Friday [trainee@easterton feb09]$ perl px Fri Feb 13 23:31:30 2009 [trainee@easterton feb09]$ cat px $when = gmtime(1234567890); print $when,"\n"; [trainee@easterton feb09]$ Anyone staying up to celebrate? ....

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