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3759 - The five oldest blogs and the horses mouth
Lisa pointed me to a post about the "Five oldest Blogs in Blogshare" ... I think she's a little surprised at how long I've been writing. But of course longevity isn't everything - there's width and quality of content too. So I took a look at the five. 10,000 Birds. Wow - I didn't realise there ....

3758 - Ruby - standard operators are overloaded. Perl - they are not
Ruby has been described to me as "What Perl 5.5 should have been", but that statement is a severe dis-service to Ruby, and to Perl. Ruby is a new language, and if you're moving into Ruby from Perl, you'll do best not to assume even the basics from Perl. A lot has been learend from Perl, for sure ....

3757 - Ruby - a teaching example showing many of the language features in short but useful program
Although the main publicity and driver for the Ruby language has been the Rails web framework (see previous article here), it's an excellent data manipulation language too - with many of the short and efficient coding techniques that you would have available to you in Perl, yet additionally with an ....

3756 - Ruby on Rails - how it flows, and where the files go
Ruby on Rails is a web framework that lets you use Ruby code to add dynmaics to your web site, using the MVC (Model, View, Controller) architecture that keeps the look and feel of the page (View) apart from the business logic (Model), linking the two via the Controller. Rails provides the framework ....

3755 - Cruising on the Mersey Ferry?
"Even if the conference was held on the Mersey Ferry, I would have gone". I've had the pleasure of meeting the authors and their immediate teams for Perl, PHP, Python, MySQL and some of the Linux elements, and much of that was thanks to Geek Cruises, now part of Insight Cruises. These voyages of me ....

3754 - Eyes Wide Open
I came here with eyes wide open. Reviews of the Britannia Adephi Hotel in Liverpool on TripAdvisor range from "Superb" to "Terrible" in equal measure, and I have stayed here with Lisa before. The Adelphi is a Grand Hotel - as Grand Hotels used to be some 50 years ago. But very little has changed ....

3753 - Adding a passcode to a directory
Scenario - I wanted to provide an easy download link that can be used to circulate a number of documents to people on a maiing list, with them able to pick and choose which they read. Don't want them to have to login / give passwords, but do want to be able to make it something more than just a sim ....

3752 - Melksham Visitors Map - Bus routes and train lines to and from the town
Melksham is a great place to base yourself to see Bath and the beautiful countryside of Wiltshire, and there's plenty to see if you're using public transport too. The map above shows public transport links to and from Melksham (the big box in the centre of the diagram) which was drawn in June 2012. ....

3751 - Public transport for international arrivals into Melksham
Map drawn June 2012 Melksham is a town located around 100 miles to the West of London, close to the Cotswolds, Bath, Longleat, Salisbury Plain and a great deal of other beautiful countryside. It also has a thriving commercial community, with several industrial and high tech areas, and many smaller ....

3750 - Matching opening hours to when customers can come in and buy
Supermarkets such as Asda are open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. today and tomorrow, and parking in Melksham is free too, thanks to Wiltshire Council. What an excellent day it would have been to encourage local residents - who may be out and about town - to use their High Street. Small problem - many of t ....

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