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2015 - Service Excellence Awards
First and foremost - my congratulations to Trowbridge Chamber of Commerce in arranging their 2008 service excellence awards, which attracted 60 entrants ... and a guest list of around 300 to Trowbridge Civil Hall last night. And to all fifteen finalists who reached the final stage of the competition ....

2014 - First Class
We're not going to be second in what we provide or what we do! Last week, I was critical of another local hotel for hiring out their main restaurant for an event, kicking their residents into a side room which was below the usual quality of the place. I have been such a resident (not there, but el ....

2013 - wxPython - Introduction and sample
Python has a number of GUIs ... and these days wxPython is the most popular. As one of the latter sessions of yesterday's Python Programming Course, I introduced the GUI and talked a little about how it's programmed, and the delegates put together a short sample application. wxPython uses Python. ....

2012 - The Wiltshire Police
How much do the police cost? Where / on what is that money spend? Who pays? What do they cost? Questions I had never asked myself until last night when I went along to the Wiltshire Police Authority's "Budget Consultation" with the county's Chambers of Commerce. Clearly a fascinating subject as s ....

2011 - Conversion of OSI grid references to Eastings and Northings
In both Ireland and the UK, the Ordnance survey divides down the country into a series of lettered 100km x 100km squares, represented by 1 letter (Ireland) or 2 (UK mainland), and then measures / reports and Easting / Northing within that square. Example: ST645332 (UK, box ST, 64.5 km east, 33.2 ....

2010 - How long should a training module be?
Our courses are divided into a series of modules ("chapters"). This allows us to mix and match appropriate material for private courses, to modify public courses over the years as some subjects become more mainstream and others get deprecated into backwaters, and to print out and present specific e ....

2009 - The Royal Mail Receipt
You might be amazed just how much goes on behind a small business like our ... here's a story, written up by Lisa, to Chris who look after the Petty Cash, that's just landed in my mailbox .... enjoy .... I have tracked down the answer to the Royal Mail receipt that had shown up in the petty cash bo ....

2008 - The Month Ahead - What is happening in Melksham
OK - I admit it - I am lazy, so the list above moves forward through all the events I have in my calendar and you shouldn't find lots of old stuff hanging around. And I'll teach you how to make this easy on our PHP Techniques Course. If you have an event to submit, email me - graham@wellho.net ....

2007 - Launch of Melksham Food and Drink Festival
"We've risen from 3 employees to 44 in 2 years". I was attending the launch of the Melksham Food & Drink Festival on Thursday morning, held in the Dining Room at Beechfield House, a country house hotel on the road between Melksham and Lacock. We had actually looked at Beechfield, very briefly, ....

2006 - Contrast
I've been very 'technical' of late ... a lot of good material that I didn't want to melt away from my mind as I moved on from Tomcat to learning to program, C, C++ and - next week - Python. But I did think these two pictures above, taken last Thursday and Friday, are an interesting contrast betwe ....

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