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4016 - Red, yellow, green or pink dog? Yellow Dog Project
Is your dog a yellow dog? It takes a strong man to wear pink - and Billy is nothing if not strong. And the pink rosette tells you that he came in 5th in last June's dog show in Bristol in (as I recall) the rescue greyhound class. That was the day he showed how untypical of greyhounds he is by ....

4015 - Upcoming courses and availabiity
We have just ONE place remaining on the Python Programming course at Well House Manor next week ... and our overnight accommodation is full (email or call if you want to come / residential - there are other places to stay nearby!). Our Perl courses the following week (starting 3rd March if you're n ....

4014 - Costa Coffee in Melksham - is it a good idea?
Originally written, 13:00 on 22nd Feb. Updated / minor corrections that evening. Additional comments added to answer feedback - 11:20, 23rd Feb. See base of article I love Melksham - it's a town of friendly people who welcomed us when we moved here in 1999, and in turn I try to give a warm welco ....

4013 - Web Frameworks - nested templates
There are times when an inversion of long-accepted logic makes sense. I've been working in a many-floored office block in Salford this week, with a bank of lifts to travel between floors. Rather than press a button for your floor once you're in the lift, you press a button in the lift lobby when you ....

4012 - A course is not just for a year - its for a career
"Hi Graham, I Attended your perl class in 1999 and I still use your training notes as a reference. It was an excellent course and in those days you used SUN IPX type clients in the training class from what I remember. I have never looked back. I am glad you are still going strong." - NK It's good - ....

4011 - From Salford
I've had a very busy week so far ... up in Manchester, where much (but not all) of the docks have has a fresh lease of life. It's a different world "up here" - riding the fast and frequent railed public transport (Trams), walking beside cared-for waterways with real leisure use, and getting b ....

4010 - Really Simple Rails
Rails is a "Web Framwork" that uses code written in the Ruby language to do the things that vary from one web application to another. There are a huge number of features common to many web applications, and by using a framework you can save yourself the trouble of rewriting all these common things ....

4009 - Clear, concise examples - Ruby classes and objects.
Finding clear, concise examples of how to perform a simple programming task can be surprisingly difficult. "I just want a [Rails] model that doesn't actually use a database table" was an example yesterday. Such shouldn't be difficult, but authors tend to write a simple example and then decide "Whi ....

4008 - Reading and checking user inputs - first lessons - Ruby
Early programming exercises on a "learning to program in Xxxx" course involve asking the user to enter some pieces of data (usually numbers), doing a calculation using those numbers, and printing out a result. For that's a quite common requirement for a simple program - and this is the first realis ....

4007 - Which database should I use? MySQL v SQLite
Which SQL Database would I advise newcomers with a new application to use? Five years ago, MySQL would have been the obvious choice in many circumstances. But these days, MySQL has grown into a much bigger product and there are very serious licensing and other commercial issues that need to be cons ....

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