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1082 - Straight from the .jar
Disc drives have got much faster since my youth ... and processors at have got much much MUCH faster in the same period. So, 30 years ago, we used to compress files to store them on the disc when we knew we weren't likely to keep needing them, but we didn't compress them as a matter of course as we ....

1081 - Customer takes over class, and I am delighted
On a private course, I actively encourage delegates to discuss their own requirements - and very often that'll involve the use of the whiteboard and my projection system too. So, yesterday caught me sitting with the class and watching Jacob manipulting CLASSPATHs and .jar files - looking at package ....

1080 - httpd.conf or .htaccess?
You can put Apache httpd configuration changes into both the httpd.conf file and files called .htaccess. What's the difference? Which should you use? If you put directives into httpd.conf - or any files called up with an include: * They are read only when the server restarts * They are set up by ....

1079 - Wilts and Berks - two conference / training rooms in Melksham
As well as the "Wilts" where we hold most of our public courses, Well House Manor has a second and smaller conference / training room available - also equipped with a "White wall", internet access, and (in this room) even a sink. It's an idel room for running a course for 2 or 3 delegates - and ind ....

1078 - Wiltshire - multicultural community
How many cultures / nationalities are represented in these pictures, taken last night at the Punjabi Community Centre in Swindon? I confess - we went along with an element of trepidation, not knowing how the evening was going to turn out. But - a great time had by all and I'm really glad ....

1077 - In answer to 'am I glad I started a blog' ...
Mine serve me usefully to seed our web sites as well as for regular readers, so I'm a bit of an odd one to advise you. You need to have a clear purpose that's going to carry on into the future / through the life of the blog - otherwise it can get stale and fade. On the TRAIN blog, I sometimes wo ....

1076 - Save the Train - an update
I have tried not to bore my more technical readers here with "yet another train story" too often, but perhaps I should post the occasional update. Save the Train is an Internet / Web Site based group who use (or used) the TransWilts train service, or would use it if appropriate services were provi ....

1075 - I'm not the father
I look on with some amazement at the unfolding story of Anna Nicole Smith, who was just a vague name to me prior to her death in the last few days. A dark humour in my mind vaguely wondered about creating a web site for men to post up their "I am NOT the father of this baby" claims, but with so man ....

1074 - Java beans and classes, .war and .jar files
A Java Bean is a class that includes a constructor that takes no parameters, and getter and setter methods with names like getLength and setLength to read and write properties. So at a basic (Java) level, a bean is just a class that happens to conform to some conventions. However - when you come t ....

1073 - Heartbeat script in Perl
Scenario ... an Apache httpd web server is distributing requests around between a number of Apache Tomcat instances on different computers (perhaps using mod_rewrite to allocate the requests). If a Tomcat instance become unavailable (i.e. if the host running it is taken offline) then it's to be rem ....

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