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1721 - Perl 6 - When will we have a production release?
The "Perl 6" project was announced some years back now, with the philosophy of "right rather than rushed" and the comment "you'll have it for Christmas, but we won't tell you which Christmas". It's in the nature of an Open Source - community - development that the development strands will be in the ....

1720 - Some Ruby lesser used functions
Tidying up (as one does after the recent server move!), I came across a list of functions in Ruby which are important at times, but not exactly top of the list ... and I thought I would share them here - with a few words on each - in the hope that I might save someone a lot of hairpulling at some st ....

1719 - A special day - last Friday in July
The last Friday in July is Sysadmin Appreciation Day ... thats TODAY! Today is the 9th such day ... many thanks to one of my (Sysadmin!) delagates today from bringing it to my attention! Read mode about it here ....

1718 - Increasing Java Virtual Machine memory for Tomcat
Q. "How do I increase the memory that my Java Virtual Machine in Tomcat can use?" A question asked - not for the first time - by a delegate on todays's Deploying Apache httpd and Tomcat course. A. Set the JAVA_OPTS environment variable. Longer answer: If you're running on a Unix or Linux syste ....

1717 - Q - Should I use Perl or Python?
An interesting question posed to me today - and not for the first time. And not for the first time, my answer had to be "tell me more about your application, and about the people who will be writing and maintaining it". A comparative diagram on the board provides some help - but of course what's i ....

1716 - Larger applications in PHP
I've just finished a two day PHP techniques course - a subject that's tremendous fun to present, and a huge benefit to the delegates, as PHP programs can be written with great beauty, maintainability and expandability (like a Picasso) or they can be an unmaintainable mess (making the dog's dinner lo ....

1715 - Pictures from South Hampshire
This weekend - a 'mad' last minute decision to get away overnight within a hectic schedule, and we just got in the car with no particular destination - and I ended up taking a lot of pictures with no particular purpose; back in the middle of yesterday afternoon, I've catalogued a few that looked ra ....

1714 - Hillier Gardens, Hampshire
I don't have the patience for wildlife photography - which is why I'm very grateful to the Hillier Gardens, between Romsey and Winchester, for having an "Art in the Garden" exhibition on at the moment. Lisa and I visited on Saturday - a pure co-incidence, as we set out for an impulsive day-and-a-bi ....

1713 - Ways to accept credit cards - or not!
Here are four statements I've come across in the last 24 hours "We accept credit and debit cards" "We don't take credit or detit cards for payments of under 10 pounds" (which struck me as very negative with words like "don't" and "under". "We only accept credit cards for payments of five pounds a ....

1712 - As different as night and tyres
I was going to say "as different as night and day" - but they're really too similar! You'll be reading this forum post on our new server, and I'm already seeing a dramatic improvement in performance - partly related to the heavy load on the previous server, partly because the previous server was ....

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