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1388 - Well House Manor - a year on
It's exactly a year since we welcomed the first delegate on a training course at Well House Manor ... and we've come a long way since. As well as courses this week, we've had a hotel lively with guests, and we've hosted a number of business events too. We couldn't have done it without "t ....

1387 - Error logging to file not browser in PHP
When you first install PHP on your web server, any errors and warnings in you code are flagged up in the browser window. And that's ideal for development purposes - any problems are quickly indicated to you, with pointers to where the issue lies. But when you go live, there's a different story, O ....

1386 - New software product for warmblooded programmers
Have you come across the latest software product known as "Girlfriend"? Girlfriend is a piece of software that was designed to meet requirements of both the leisure and utility market, providing mobile facilities, facilities for home entertainment, and also undertaking a management role under whi ....

1385 - Delegates of all shapes and sizes
It's not normal for me to talk about my course delegates ... and it's never done without permission. But I'm breaking from normality (but not going to NEVERland) today to introduce you to Gary. Gary checked in on Sunday. And went out for a run before the course on Monday; went out for another run ....

1384 - An email update for past guests and delegates
If you attended a course with us in 2002, or stayed at Well House Manor in the early weeks that out hotel was open, there's a good chance that you'll have fond memories, but that we won't be a part of your every day contact group. How to keep in touch? Well ... email, although much aligned for spa ....

1383 - Monitoring mod_jk and how it is load balancing
Apache httpd with mod_jk has the ability to balance the load forwarded to a number of instances of a Java application running in different Tomcat containers, probably on different host c.p.u.s in most circumstances. I covered this a few days ago - see here for details. But there's a follow up que ....

1382 - First Great Western - information for customers
With some of the oldest trains in regular public use on the railway network, and a very high premium to pay for their franchise to the government, the First Group doesn't have an easy task with their "FGW" or "First Great Western" franchise under which they operate nearly all the trains in a wedge o ....

1381 - Using a MySQL database to control mod_rewrite via PHP
Question: How can I set up Apache httpd / mod_proxy to use a program rather that a list of URL patterns to control my rewrites? Specify a rewrite map type prg in your httpd.conf or .htaccess file. For example: RewriteEngine On RewriteMap tryme prg:/home/trainee/website/andy RewriteRule (.*\.htm) ....

1380 - Static variables in PHP
When you call a function, you typically want a nice clean start with no "leftovers" from the previous call. And that's what you get by default in PHP. However, there can be exceptions where you want data to be retained and you can do that using: EITHER a global variable which is shared with the m ....

1379 - Simple page password protection - PHP
So many demonstrations are too clever - the wood gets lost for the trees and the newcomer is left not knowing what the important bits are. So a request overnight for a REAL simple way of password protecting some content based on a single password that can be changed [in the code] from time to time ....

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