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1907 - Melksham Hotel Rates
Melksham Hotel Rates - Well House Manor - VAT changes We're passing on the reduction in VAT rates to our customer; with immediate effect, room rates at Well House Manor are reduced to: 90 pounds per night - hotel guests, double room, double occupancy 80 pounds per night - hotel guest, double room, ....

1906 - Long, Longer, Longest in Java
If you want to find out how long a Film3 is, in the class that I use on our private Java Programming courses, you can call the getminutes method. That's standard OO stuff. But what if you want to find out which is the longer of two Film3s or the longest of a whole array of them? Don't re-write cod ....

1905 - A Gold Star for First Great Western Customer Service
Regular readers will know that I've been running something of a campaign for the return of an appropriate train service in Melksham, and that First Great Western (who took over a service of 5 each way per day on 1st April 2006 and reduced it to just 2 dreadfully timed trains the following December) ....

1904 - Ruby, Perl, Linux, MySQL - some training notes
We have just come to the end of a solid 12 days of training ... and we are just getting ready for the next week, with delegates arriving this evening. There's a lot going on behind the scenes, even over this weekend, with the hotel to be prepared as well as the training course. (Picture - our clean ....

1903 - daemons - what is running on my Linux server?
Processes which (re)start when you start your computer and run until you halt it are known as services in the Microsoft world and daemons in the Linux and Unix world. As well as providing support for the operating system and user, the service / daemon mechanism is used on server computers to provi ....

1902 - sstrwxrwxrwx - Unix and Linux file permissions
Have you ever wondered about those letters that turn up on the left of a long listing (ls -l) report? Here's an example: drwxrwxrwt   8 root    wheel    272 17 Nov  2007 Shared drwxr-xr-x  14 chris ....

1901 - XML, HTML, XHTML and more
HTML is a language ... but XML is a Metalanguage. In other words, you can write something in HTML and have it (quite) well defined, whereas anything you write in XML has to have another layer of definition there to tell you what's valid and what isn't. XML is a set of over-arching rules in which yo ....

1900 - Table Topics
Here's a link for the delegates who were with us at lunchtime yesterday ... it's to Table Topics. L**** picked up the little box that we have left lying around near the dining table in our eating room, and started reading out, aloud, some of the cards. Those who wanted ... answered. Those who di ....

1899 - Virtual Hosting under Tomcat - an example
Tomcat supports "Virtual hosting", where you can direct several domain names to the same server computer / instance of Tomcat, and it will serve different content depending on which server you have asked even though they're on the same computer. Here is the important part of the server.xml file tha ....

1898 - Every cloud has a silver lining
At first glance, a recession or depression in the economy slows things down and reduces the need for products and services, resulting in a need for us all to tighten our belts. But I've been taking a second glance, and I'm seeing areas where the slowdown (whether you use the "r" word or the "d" word ....

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