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3883 - Apple Pressing Day 2012
A wonderful day at Well House Manor - Apple Pressing Day, 2012. Take your apples, and cut them into a mulch. Put them into press, and press out the juice. Fill bottles with the juice, and tables with the guests having the final cream teas of the 2012 season. Well House Manor remains open ... al ....

3882 - Community Transport - Pewsey, Taunton, and the whole picture too
Just a week into October ... and yet so much has happened already ... it's the meeting season. On Rail / transport alone, two meetings in a week. I travelled up to Pewsey on Thursday evening, and attended a packed meeting in the Church Hall. Pewsey currently has 19 trains per day callin ....

3881 - Wiltshire Public Transport User Group co-ordination
Public Transport is all about linkage - which is why it's so devilishly difficult to make local recommendations and decisions - of all areas of community involvement, this is the one where co-operation is needed. And, alas, specifying running and tuning transport systems is a highly technical busin ....

3880 - Chamber of Commerce - looking forward in Melksham and in Wessex
Do you run a business in Melksham or are you thinking of starting a business? You should come along to the Melksham Chamber of Commerce meeting on 16th October, 18:30 at Well House Manor on Spa Road. All welcome - whether you're a member or not. This is the most important Chamber meeting of the y ....

3879 - Mixed mode travel - Information systems
A document for discussion, with thoughts being put together for what would help us, in Wiltshire, to make better and more educated use of current and future transport systems, for the benefit of ourselves, our business community, our tourist industry, our transport operators, our councils, our quali ....

3878 - From Structured to Object Oriented Programming.
Background A frequent comment - "I'm very used to conventional / structured programming, but I'm now trying to learn about Object Orientation and I don't understand the idea and I get baffled by all the buzzwords I hear". And a request "Can you help me?" Yes - I can help you. If you come on a cou ....

3877 - Public Transport Services - from and to Melksham
Listing of public transport services from Melksham, from Calrberry web site Route No.Route DescriptionFrequencyOperatorinfo dated14 Melksham (Town Centre Circular) Mon to Sat (every 30 mins) Frome Sep 2011 37 Melksham to Bradford on Avon (Sainsburys) Mon to Fri (1 trip) Bodmans ....

3876 - October to December 2012 - Public Courses
We have public courses scheduled in the following subjects in the final quarter of 2012: Apache / Tomcat deployment - 11th and 12th October [link] Ruby and Rails - week commencing 22nd October - [link] PHP - week commencing 4th November - [link] LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, Perl / PHP/ Python) - wee ....

3875 - Using CGI and Perl to put a simple application online. Sometimes still the best way.
These days, it's fashionable to embed Perl, PHP, Python or Rails within a web framework if you want to put your application code online - in other words, if you want to take logic that's tried and tested and make it web available. And there's much to be said for this fashion - it provides a whole s ....

3874 - Using Perl to read an RSS feed off a web site and extract data - via LWP and XML modules
Perl is excellent glue-ware ... something I was reminded of towards the end of Friday's Perl Programming Course. A delegate asked me how easy it is to grab an XML resource from the web (such as an RSS feed) and extract data from it. Well - you could write the code yourself, or you could use stand ....

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