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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 ....

3873 - Henbury loop, Bristol - a freight railway line with passenger potential?
Today offered a chance to travel on some unusual railway lines in the Bristol area as part of the Community Rail Festival, and I was lucky enough to get a seat on the 11:08 train, which turned out to run from Bristol Temple Meads up the main line north to Filton, across the freight only line via Hen ....

3872 - Trains across Wiltshire - an update on the TransWilts
The county of Wiltshire, in central southern England, is characterised as being largely rural, but in practise most of the population lives in urban areas (towns) of which Swindon (pop 200,000), Salisbury (45,000), Chippenham (40,000), Trowbridge (30,000) and Melksham (25,000) are the largest, sepa ....

3871 - On getting noticed for the right reasons when you ask about job availability
If someone takes the trouble to get in touch and ask about working for Well House Consultants, I'll take the trouble to reply to them. But much more often than not, the answer has to be "no, sorry ..."; we're a small and tight team, and we've learned to become a well oiled machine which hasn't need ....

3870 - Writing more maintainable Perl - naming fields from your data records
Perl is the Practical Extraction and Reporting Language, and the data from which you'll want to extract data often comes in the form of CSV (Comma separated variables), or space or tab delimited records. Opening and reading a file of such records, in a loop, is easy:   open (FH,"trains") ....

3869 - How have Melksham shops changed in 60 years?
I'm amazed by how much Melksham has changed in the 12 years that Lisa and I have lived here with town centre shops coming and going... and so how much has changed since 1951? Nearly - but not quite - everything. The next exhibition at The Well House Collection - starting next weekend - will be the c ....

3868 - How to make an ohno cake
I enjoy baking, but I always seem to be short of an ingredient or two, and I really don't like making a load of washing up with measuring containers. So I'll tend to use bucket cookery techniques. This is all very well for a long suffering family (at least most of what I produce is edible), ....

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