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747 - The Fag Packet Design Methodology
Old fashioned engineering - in the Midlands of England. Imagine the scene as some widget or other was designed at the turn on the last century. Chimneys belching smoke out over the "Black Country", and workers belching smoke out from their Players, Marlboro or Senior Service. I've oft heard the te ....

746 - Domain Listing Center and Domain Registry of America
Have you ever received a letter from the Domain Registry of America, inviting you to renew your domain registration with them? Don't - it's a scam. They're just another registration agent, and an expensive one too, who try to trick you into signing up for their services with what looks like an urg ....

745 - Python modules. The distribution, The Cheese Shop and the Vaults of Parnassus.
What if Python doesn't include a class / method that you would like, but you've got that feeling that "surely someone's done this before"? 1. They probably have 2. They've probably made it an available 'Open Source' 3. It's just a question of you knowing where to look! Where to look ... a) The ....

744 - We can offer a room, but we can't operate on a dog
Our first weekend, probably of many, working on "Well House Manor". The previous owner finally completed her move out on Thursday, 1st June, and we had vacant possession from that afternoon. We wish her all the very best for the future, and appreciate her gestures such as the flowers left to wish u ....

743 - How to debug a Perl program
Have you every written a Perl program that doesn't perform as you would wish? Yes, everyone who's written a Perl program has done that. Once any syntax errors have been corrected, you run your program for the first time and you check - VERY carefully - the results. Any errors, and the patterns of e ....

742 - A visit from the solicitor
Yesterday, finally, we took over vacant possession of "The Old Manor" - henceforth to be Well House Manor. Regular readers and friends will know that this has been a long time in arriving, and that we now have months of work to do converting a B&B with a backlog of upgrades and maintenance into a ....

741 - Last week - picture of the Perl course
Perhaps you've been reading my blog describing the two Perl courses that I ran in the Middle East over the past couple of weeks. A new part of the world for me - a whole new continent to add to those that I've already visited on business, so I prepared as best I could. I do wish to add a note of ....

740 - Finishing up in Dhahran
The end of a long two weeks ... I'm writing this blog in the reception area at the Dhahran International hotel, ready for posting after an overnight flight back to the UK. My car arrives in about 60 minutes ... Today has been spent shrinking. Clothes and possessions gathered this morning and fitt ....

739 - The eye
Today is the eye of the storm. And I feel a strange calm. In Saudi Arabia, I run the last day of Perl training that I'm giving here and start for home. In the UK, we complete on the purchase of Well House Manor. ....

738 - (Perl) Callbacks - what are they?
In most programming applications, you'll write code that calls system functions or subroutines - for example, you'll write a program that reads data from a file (via a system call), splits the data into an array (perhaps via a further system call), and prints it out (through system calls). On a few ....

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