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638 - A pile of sand? Where do we stand?
I have in my hand ... a grain of sand. Is it a pile of sand? No - it's just a GRAIN of sand. One grain can't make a pile. Let's add a second grain. Is that a pile? Clearly not. And how about with a third grain? It's very hard to draw the line, and it's very hard to say "THAT is a pile but TH ....

637 - Carnival
It's only Tuesday, and yet Saturday seems an age away. We were in the town that claims to be the home of the largest illuminated carnival in the world (or I think that's what they said) and there were statues of Guy Fawkes inside and out. Both statues proudly celebrated 400 years of the gunpowder ....

636 - What is your business latency and potential?
What proportion of your market are you capturing? What proportion are going to your competitors? What proportion are making do with a less-good substitute product and what proportion and simply not using any product? I was listening to Alison Forster, Managing Director of First Great Western - the ....

635 - Odd one out.
Paddington Station, Oxford Station, Border's book shop in Bristol, Regent's Park, London and London Bridge station. Which is the odd one out? It's London Bridge station. I've bumped into people quite unexpectedly that I know at all those places, and at all except London Bridge station it was form ....

634 - Real chance to make a difference
As you may know if you're a regular reader of this board, I've been fighting to save the Train services through Melksham for a while now. Yesterday, I had the opportunity to personally question Alison Forster, the MD of First Great Western who take the service over in April. FGW are actively seeki ....

633 - Copying a reference, or cloning
If you copy a variable in a program, you end up with a duplicate, right? set second $first ... in Tcl second=$first ... in shell second = first ... in Python, Ruby, C and Java $second = $first ... in Perl and PHP Well - ALMOST right. For sure an assignment copies a variable, but where that variable ....

632 - Moral dilemma
Should I arrive late and walk in during the chairman's introduction, or should I arrive on time? That's a question that I'm faced with this morning. "Arrive on time" you'll say and - yes - I would love to. Except ... this is a meeting about public transport and the only way I could get to Taunton ....

631 - Apache httpd to Tomcat - jk v proxy
Many of our customers run both the Apache httpd and Apache Tomcat web servers - with good cause, since Tomcat is biased towards web applications where the same code is run many, many times over and httpd is biased towards serving pages and is better tuned for a much larger number of different pages ....

630 - Hostnames spring forward
I remember Seal (Capital S as that was really the name) nestling in the bottom of my carry-on bag as I flew from London to Miami way back in the last millennium. There are only certain things you want to check in and - well - Seal was the Sun IPC workstation of 1992 vintage that formed the core of t ....

629 - Choosing the right language
Why are there so many different computer languages? It's partly because there are many different types of things that need to be done in a programming environment and they require different mixes of facilities. And the addition of facility "x" which is really important for application "y" makes th ....

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