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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 ....

1749 - Using server side and client side programming together
I was back for first principles this morning for a delegate who - though very much an experienced programmer - is new to web work and HTML, and I put together a series of demonstrations using various web components ... 1. A straightforward HTML page, including document definition, a head and a body ....

1748 - Hotel room prices - Melksham, Wiltshire
Like other businesses, we are seeing some of our costs rising at present rather faster than has happened in the recent past. However, I am happy to announce that hotel room prices, and training course prices, will remain unchanged for the rest of the year. We review prices annually (at the end of th ....

1747 - Who is watching you?
How would you feel if someone sat opposite you in a train, stared hard at your throughout your journey, watched what you were doing all the time yet without engaging you at all? I suspect you would find that it made your spine tingle - it certainly would with me, and it would make me wonder what tha ....

1746 - London for the visitor, for free
Covent Garden, Central London, on a hot August afternoon. London is teeming with visitors, and considering that I was working in the Soho section of the West End, and staying (literally) in the shadow of the London Eye on the South Bank, I shouldn't have been surprised at the crowds. This first ....

1745 - Moodle, Drupal, Django (and Rails)
In the 1970s, we had C and in that decade and the following one, we put together our systems in that language and its derivatives. In the 1990s, we had Perl and in that decade and the following one, we put together our systems in that language are related ones. In the 2010s, we'll have a wide rang ....

1744 - Lua examples, Lua Courses
Programming training is much more effective if the delegates are shown how a particular program is written, rather than just the final result ... show them just the final result and they'll ask "but how did you come up with that?" So whenever possible, I write new examples in front of my delegates ....

1743 - First class functions in Lua lead to powerful OO facilities
"In Lua, function names are first class variables." Ok - so what does that mean? At the most direct / simplest, it means that a function can be stored in a variable - so that you can write function oik()   print ("does the real work!")   end and then action = oik action() ....

1742 - Lua - Table elements v table as a whole
Lua ... If you refer to a table name WITHOUT square brackets, you are referring to (and will effect) the whole table ... but if you refer to a table name and put something thereafter in square brackets, you are referring to just one element of the table. Actually, an almost identical story applies t ....

1741 - Age Concern
"Age Concern" says the "one armed bandit" in one of our local pubs - and watching the display on the screen, it tells us that 20% of the proceeds go to the Age Concern Charity. Good for them - I suppose - if they're happy to be funded by the profits from gambling; it's probably quite a good sales l ....

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