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4305 - Learning to program in Java - yes, we can help.
Yes, we CAN teach you to program in Java. And we'll teach you with a view to the latest versions of Java too ... at the end of this article's a list of some of the things added to Java 8 (not yet the standard run time environemnt) and Java 7 and we will tell you about those as appropriate. We'll ....

4304 - Please do not ask me to be the chair!
I'm so glad I don't chair any groups. For having seen, last night, the chairman of a rail user group in action, I think to myself "there, but for the grace of God, go I". Some 'credits'. Newcomers were being welcomed / chatted to. The women (I make the gender point intentioanlly!) were making su ....

4303 - Libre Office - unable to get past REOPEN WINDOWS? question
Little tip for users of Libre Office .... very occasionally, it won't open correctly but offers you a restore: The last time you opened LibreOffice, it unexpectedly quit while reopening windows. Do you want to try to reopen its windows again? An no matter whether you choose to ignore or re-open, ....

4302 - Sunday is never quiet at Well House Manor
It's not yet Midday on Sunday here at Well House Manor ... and yet in the last twelve hours, we have checked in our final Saturday night arrivals (01:35 ;-) ) ... prepared breakfast for ten, and had those ten people eat and check out. The breakfast room has been cleared, and the used linen ta ....

4301 - Perl - still a very effective language indeed for extracting and reporting
Perl remains a marvellous programming language for a number of applications, including quick / one off scripts which may be needed to manipulate data is ways that vary from day to day and week to week - research type work, if you like. We manage / look after our own web server, hosting our IT tra ....

4300 - Public courses - Autumn 2014 and 2015
Our public courses for 2015 are already in place and booking ... and indeed they're already running this Autumn. If you're new to computer programming, or very rusty and want a course that includes revision of the basics, book on one of our five day "Learning to program in Xxxxxx" courses ....

4299 - The Best Bed and Breakfast in Melksham?
We're number 1 (of 15) of Bed and Breakfasts in Melksham, according to Trip Advisor. 100% of guests say they would return, and our overall rating score is 96% - that compares to 92% who would return and overall 95.7% rating for the establishemnt at No. 2, and 41% returning / 61% overall rating at t ....

4298 - Python - an interesting application
Python's in use in a very wide variety of applications ... one of the more noteworthy that we got involved in recently was in robot programming .... here's our Python Course delegate with his robot. Python is an ideal language for tailoring C / C++ applications such as real time control systems a ....

4297 - Lua courses - an update
Lua's a small programming language - which makes it ideal for embedding in systems and providing a tailoring capability. But it also means that some of the facilities that you'll find in other open source languages are missing, and you'll need to code (program) them yourself, and understand rather ....

4296 - Polishing the Perl courses - updated training
A fresh lick of paint for our Perl courses (and new internal codes to help in our standardisation). Perl is now at version 5.20, and we're offering (for now through 2015) Learning to Program in Perl - a five day course for delegates with little or no prior programming experience Perl Programming ....

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