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1857 - November and December Public Course Schedule
It's only a couple of days since we turned the clocks back, but already my weekday time is fully spoken for up to Christmas - with bookings on all of these public courses so they're guaranteed runners (remember - we never cancel a course once you've booked it!) November 2008 Python Programming [Lin ....

1856 - A few of my favourite things
"Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens; Bright copper kettles and warm woollen mittens ..." Sorry - the raindrops get me all wet, and I always get caught up on the thorns of roses. Mittens restrict the hands and make me even more butter-fingered than I am normally ... isn't it great that we're ....

1855 - Volunteer v Employee - a skewed balance? (FSB)
"But it's not sexy" ... a reason advanced for something that should be newsworthy, or worthy of attention, but hasn't made the headlines. Take, for example, the relationship between volunteers and employed staff within charities and other non-profit organisations. Whereas employed staff has many a ....

1854 - Three Seasonal Pictures
    I've not labelled them individually, as each of them stands as a picture on its own. But if you want to know more, the first is Oliver's Castle, near Devizes, Wiltshire and the second was taken in Oxford a couple of weeks ago. The third picture shows me between a chap who's ....

1853 - Well structured coding in Perl
Write a small code utility - a few lines - and you can simply start at the top and work through to the bottom. But as the code increases in length, you're going to want to take out common code and put that code into named blocks that can be re-used. Extending this technique, you can break all your c ....

1852 - Perl and Blackberries
"Of course people will use Perl - it's free". No - whilst Perl is freely distributed [under license], that's not the sole reason that people use it. Blackberries, growing in profusion on the roadside at this time of year are free, but that doesn't mean that every motorist going past is going to stop ....

1851 - Pictures from a delegate
Conversation from last week: "I'm taking pictures because I've never been in this area, but why are YOU taking pictures" - a delegate on my course. "Because it's a beautiful area and I take a lot of pictures" - my reply. Mikkel has sent me a link to his pictures, and I told him while he was with ....

1850 - Daisy the Cow and a Pint of Ginger Beer
One of the trickiest aspects of learning for newcomers to programming is to know when to split out parts of their code into named blocks. Newcomers can easily see that it's a good idea - as it means that code can be tested in smaller chunks, and that code can be shared (reused) - but it's not alway ....

1849 - String matching in Perl with Regular Expressions
Some languages used adaptive or overridden operator to perform a task depending on the operands - for example in Java, the "+" operator adds numbers, but concatenates strings, and in PHP the == operator compares numbers or strings, depending on the operand types. But in Perl 5, it's often up to the ....

1848 - 30th November - Santa Trip from Melksham
On Sunday, 30th November, Santa Claus will be travelling on the train from Melksham to Swindon and back, and handing out presents to all the children. The train leaves Melksham station at a quarter past five, and will be back just before 7 O'Clock. Tickets (7 pounds for adults and 3 pounds for ....

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