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1560 - HST Power Car TravelWatch SouthWest
Today, I had a chance to listen to Andrew Haines - CEO of First Great Western, and the man who has been given the task of turning certain aspects of the company - which is currently something of an embarrassment to the "First" brand - around. You'll find me writing more seriously about what he had ....

1559 - Calling on Melksham / Trowbridge / Devizes / Chippenham businesses
We're running another Speed Networking event on Wednesday, 19th March 2008 - an excellent opportunity for each of 20 local businesses to meet 19 other businesses - for five minutes each. . In five minutes, you'll have a minute or two to introduce yourself and your product, a minute of two to list ....

1558 - Getting somewhere with the train service
We may be getting somewhere! If you've noticed that I've been a bit quiet on this blog of late, it's because all H**l has broken loose in all sorts of areas, one of which of which is the campaign for an improved train service here abouts. I'm off to speak to a public meeting on the subject in hal ....

1557 - Trying out our Java examples on our web site
We've included all of the source code of our training examples on this web site for quite a long time now ... and about a year ago we put working copies of most of the PHP scripts up there too (we have left out those which show security holes). Now we're in the process of adding some of the Java co ....

1556 - Java - a demonstration of inheritance on just one page
Here's a challenge, just given to me by my Java Delegates, to put my complete example of a Rectangle and a a Circle class, both inheriting from a Shape base class, and a test harness ... on on a single screen. A bit tight, and a bit uncommented, but here it is! public class Circle extends Shape ....

1555 - Advanced Python, Perl, PHP and Tcl training courses / classes
This item is adapted from an answer that I have just written by email - but the question / conundrum as to what to do with fractured advanced training requirements is a common one, so the answer is worth wider sharing. I believe that our solution provides an innovative way of meeting advanced requ ....

1554 - Online hotel reservations - Melksham, Wiltshire (near Bath)
I'm happy to announce the release of our online booking system for rooms at Well House Manor - the hotel that we run alongside our training centre, catering also for other visitors to the area of West Wiltshire and Bath who are looking for larger, superior rooms, unlimited internet access, large scr ....

1553 - Automatic startup and shutdown of Tomcat
Setting up Tomcat to shutdown and startup automatically when the Linux / Unix server restarts. The following is for Fedora Linux, with Tomcat installed at /usr/local/tomcat (probably via a symlink as taught on our deployment course). Server configuration - assuming a default run state of 3. 1. Co ....

1552 - Extra public classes in deploying Apache httpd and Tomcat
We have just scheduled an additional two Deploying Apache httpd and Tomcat courses, to start on Monday 3rd and Wednesday 5th March 2008. This course is "flavour of the month" - I ran such a course the week before last, a tailored private course last week ... and I have another public course schedu ....

1551 - Which modules are loaded in my Apache httpd
Modules for use in httpd can be loaded statically or dynamicaly. A couple of core modules are built in by default if you build your own server, and you can choose others too using --enable options to the ./configure command. We do this on our Linux Web Server and Deploying httpd and Tomcat course ....

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