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801 - Simple polymorphism example - C++
I've been preparing some new C++ notes, in particular showing how you can create an array of objects of different derived types, and then call methods on each object and have the run time environment select which particular piece of code is to be run each time around a loop (experienced OO programme ....

800 - Effective web campaign?
"but how effective have you been ..." asks a post on the "Save the Train" website for which I'm the webmaster. The site is dedicated to the Swindon to Westbury, Salisbury and Southampton train service that's under threat, in spite of dramatic traffic growth and much more potential. Frankly, the qu ....

799 - The case for exceptions
When you run a program, things can go wrong - run time errors. And no amount of coding by the programmer can prevent these things - it’s a user entering a string of text when a number’s required, a needed file having been deleted, or a network connection that’s broken that causes probems. ....

798 - References and Pointers in C++
I always know that when I'm running a C Course, the concept of pointers will be one of the more difficult elements for some of the delegates to grasp. No big deal, I can explain them in a number of ways, provide examples from different angle, and we'll be over the hiccough in progress in not too lo ....

797 - Writing up new C / C++ notes.
There's something about leaving new training modules until I'm very close to the wire before writing them that helps me come up, efficiently, with quality material that I'm happy with for quite a while thereafter. And so it's been this weekend. I've been very much in the C / C++ arena in past years ....

796 - Busy day in Melksham
Yesterday, Chris Graying MP (shadow transport minister) and Michael Ancram QC MP (our local member) visited Melksham ... and specifically Melksham Station. Regular readers will know that our service is under threat of severe curtailment in December, and Chris and Michael came to support us and the ....

795 - Remember a site's non-technical issues too
From the PHP course yesterday ... we came up with a list of extra considerations (beyond the narrow technical) for your PHP Web applications. Thought you might like to share the checklist ... Search Engine Optimisation Good URLs Good Original Content Links from / to other good sites Clear HTML C ....

794 - Perl delegate - much more than just a delegate
I train many, many people in a year so I can't remember everyone ... but there's some people that make a huge impression, stick in the mind and are ne'er forgot. One such is Dan Butler, who flew in from the Netherlands for a Perl course in December 2002. Dan writes "Unfortunately we suffered a tr ....

793 - The Wilts and Berks Canal
The Wilts and Berks Canal was authorised by act of parliament in 1794, and officially opened throughout, from Semington on the Kennet and Avon Canal to Abingdon on the river Thames, on 10th September 1810. The engineer was Robert Whitworth, succeeded by his son William in 1799. The canal proprieto ....

792 - Is Java the right language to learn?
It's so important to make the correct learning and career choices, and as a parent I've watched and helped and guided, somewhat, my own children to the best of my ability. But in a fast changing world, it's hard to know what advise to give to a teenager ... or his concerned parents ... The followi ....

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