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913 - Python - A list of methods
In Python everything - even named blocks of code - are objects. Which means that you can have a list or a dictionary of functions, and you can pass named blocks of code in and out of other functions and methods games = [] colls = [350, 120.5, 1, 400, 289, 400] c2 = [4,3,4,5,4,7] games.append(lam ....

912 - Recursion in Python
I'm not a great advocate of recursion - pieces of code that call themselves; most of the examples that I see in books are "training examples" that are over complex and achieve results that could much more easily be achieved by alternative means. I'm not telling you NEVER to use recursion - sometim ....

911 - Letter Home
Course went well ... but an awful day with the car. As I drove in to the college in Inverness where I'm training, I saw that one of my headlights was out so I bought a bulb ... and came to fit it in the college car park. But the bonnet wouldn't open. Called the AA and I had to give them a one hour ....

910 - Helping the miles pass
I left home at 13:45 on Sunday to get up to Inverness - estimated at 500 miles away - for an 08:30 setup and 09:30 course start on Monday morning. I always drive on such trips even though a plane would be quicker and a train would be less tiring; that's because I take equipment for each of my eigh ....

909 - Python is like a narrowboat
I'm giving a Python course today, to a team of seasoned programmers, and of course I'm coming up with a few things that are different to the languages they know. So far, we've had ... * No switch statement * No ++ operator * blocks indicated via insets * else clauses on while loops Of course, this ....

908 - And so to Inverness
A short and hurried blog at the end of a Sunday morning with fascinating breakfast guests - talking about the development of HTML, and the history of the Web, with a couple of the movers and shakers behind it. Part of me is sorely tempted to quote stories but, no, I won't. I've too much respect for ....

907 - Browser -> httpd -> Tomcat -> MySQL. Restarting.
I've just completed a course covering the installation and configuration of Apache httpd, Apache Tomcat and MySQL. Complete with a demonstration that has the newly installed systems visited from various browsers, talking to httpd, which talks on to Tomcat, which talks on in turn to MySQL. The MySQ ....

906 - A commitment we won't be making
Last night, Lisa and I went to an introductory meeting arranged by a local group, clearly looking to increase their membership - "Come and meet us and see who we are". They're a group with laudable aims, but somehow I found myself comparing their approach and technique to a time-share sale session ( ....

905 - Not proud to be British
I'm proud to be British. Correction - I'm usually proud to be British, but there are times that I squirm with embarrassment at what we do to visitors to our country. Last night (or, rather, early this morning) I was up at Chippenham Station meeting 3 people off the train due in at 00:56 - they had ....

904 - Of course I'll tell you by email
It's about the time that I should be writing the next issue of "Of Course" - our twice yearly newsletter about Open Source training, and the news from Melksham and our training centre. But there's so much happening - with Well House Manor opening earlier this month, and with an initial 3 months 'ru ....

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