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514 - Crazy Day-sies
What a mad start to December! Life seems to be spinning faster rather than slower and I sit here at % O'clock in the evening thinking " I haven't even written the Mouth yet". On one hand tired from the day and looking just to collapse and on the other hand exhilarated. Three courses this week; a ....

513 - MySQL - JOIN or WHERE to link tables correctly?
MySQL tables can be joined using two different syntaxes - one that simply lists the tables to be joined and then uses a where clause to select how the join is done, and the second using an explicit join keyword. Here's an example of both syntaxes in use, linking a table of estate agents (realtors) ....

512 - Exciting futures - the Well House Manor project
"If you were to start a new business in the county (Wiltshire), what would it be and why?". The question was asked of me yesterday evening by the reporter from the local newspaper who was interviewing me for a piece that's probably published on Friday ... I paused. We are actually going to be la ....

511 - Domain Forwarding - 2 ways of doing it
It's always seemed to be a real hassle to move domains and DNS service from one ISP to another, and I think that's partly because the ISP that you're leaving might not want to loose business, and partly because of necessary security checks to avoid domains being stolen. But it's lead us to some int ....

510 - Dynamic Web presence - next generation web site
Ostensibly, I'm giving a MySQL course. A client who has a large and complex data base and needs many staff to be able to make ad-hoc enquiries. Server is Linux, and regular (standard) enquiries will be via a browser fed by a PHP Page from a web server. In other words L-A-M-P or LAMP. Linux, Apach ....

509 - Snippets from Geekmas
I slept well last night! A big thank you to all those old friends who came by over the weekend and helped make this year's Geekmas celebration an event to remember ... and remember in a very positive way. I always knew that it took special people to give up their weekends to the technology and th ....

508 - Comment, please!
I've just disabled track back pings on all entries on "The Horse's Mouth". Although this is a useful facility for linking like-minded blogs and providing "remote commenting", it's now been used for that here ... rather, it's been picked up by advertisers wanting to provide links to their sites sell ....

507 - Introduction to Object Oriented Programming
So what exactly IS object oriented programming? Easy question to ask, but a hard one to answer in just a sentence or two. Let's try. In an object oriented scenario, you group together all the pieces of code that relate to a certain type of data. That code grouping will be called a class and it wi ....

506 - What are DHCP and DNS?
Are they the same thing? Absolutely not, though both relate to resolving addresses on a network. You can use DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) when you connect your client computer onto a network that it's not been pre-configured for. All computers on an IP network need to know: a) an ava ....

505 - Would you steal ... petrol? ... a training course?
Would you drive into a garage, fill your car with fuel that your passenger had promised to pay for, but then drive off without paying when your passenger wouldn't pay after all? If you did, then it would be theft. Would you book yourself onto a training course, spend four days learning about PHP a ....

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