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1759 - While the world sleeps ...
I was due to get up at 05:00 yesterday morning; an 06:00 departure from home, for an 08:30 arrival in Milton Keynes, setting up for a course starting at 09:30. "Why didn't you go a day earlier" you may ask. But with a whole load of equipment to cart around, it's a lot of hassle to have to get a tro ....

1758 - Lindors Hotel, near St. Briavels, Wye Valley
A last minute decision - we spend a night away this weekend. Now - where will you find a room for just a Saturday night, in the busiest part of the holiday season? Web sites were coming up with no availability, and when we phoned one place, they said they would look and just cut the phone off. T ....

1757 - Preserved railways - struggling to the future?
After Dr Beeching and with the demise of steam traction on our mainline railways, a wide selection of preserved lines (re)opened using the old track, or the old trackbed where it had to be relayed. These lines had been closed under the Railway's Rationalisations plans, so they tended not to have ha ....

1756 - Ever had One of THOSE mornings?
Do you ever have one of those mornings where every (simple) task seems to take an age - where every code change that would normally be automatic for you results in a string of mis-spellings and syntax errors? I set out when I rose at dawn this morning to change the front page on our http://www.wel ....

1755 - Istanbul
I was reminded of our trip to Turkey by my previous blog - and pulled out three old pictures from four years ago ... The bread seller walks between the traffic, with all the weight of the world (or is that all the weight of the bread?) upon his head. A colourful wedding group outside one of the ....

1754 - Upgrade from PHP 4 to PHP 5 - the TRY issue
It's often the most surprising things that catch you out on language upgrades! Our new web server is running PHP 5 (5.2.6) whereas the old shared service was running PHP 4. No problem with the conversion, PHP wise, except the exchange rate page which goes to the European Central Bank's web site and ....

1753 - Perl v PHP, choosing the right language
"Should I use Perl or PHP?" - a question asked today about a heavy data processing application, but by a delegate who's main work is web site stuff and who is here on a PHP course ... with some prior Perl experience. Not an easy question to answer; if the guy was only doing the data processing work ....

1752 - Dynamic maps / geographics in PHP
I've been doing some work with log file / exception report analysis over the past few days, with a geographic slant. And I've come to the conclusion that a picture paints a thousand words ... or even more! Do you prefer a listing of log file data - in this first case of trains that are shorter tha ....

1751 - Public Training Course Dates until July 2009
It may still be the summer holidays, but we're already planning our courses for next year! You'll find that our main course index now lists public courses until the end of July 2009, and that each of the individual course descriptions also lists dates for the next 12 month. We have also updated our ....

1750 - Glorious (?) 12th August - what a Pe(a)rl!
Today is the "Glorious 12th" - and the start of the grousing season. Do I envy, or admire, people who breed pheasants just to shoot at them. Or go our on the moors, with beaters, to take a potshot at the grouse on the moors of Scotland? No, I don't and it's a world away from mine. But it is a day ....

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