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3657 - Basham Festival, Melksham, early August 2012 - a welcome
If you're coming to the Basham Festival, we look forward to welcoming you to the Melksham area. This is a festival that's going to be a weekend of great fun, and with all profits going to the wonderful Dorothy House local charity. I had quite a long and interesting chat with the festival cura ....

3656 - TrainWest 2012 - 14th and 15th April, Melksham, Wiltshire
TrainWest 2012 takes place at the Christie Miller sports centre here in Melksham on 14th and 15th April. It's an event I always enjoy going to, with lots of layouts and trade stands - even though I'm very much a "Window Shopper" these days as I no longer have the time to get involved with Railway Mo ....

3655 - Sights and scenes - more London trip pictures
Two days in London - with a start on the 05:44 Bradford-on-Avon to Paddington train on Wednesday, and on Thursday a finish that's not yet happened and we're actually into Friday morning. But I'll admit I love being busy. And I'm very thankful for the lifts from Lisa at the extreme ends of the ....

3654 - On a sunny afternoon in London
A lovely afternoon in London - I sat out in Paternoster Square, almost in the shadow of St Paul's, between completing the Deploying Apache and Tomcat Course I was giving just north of the river, and the iOS (iPad and iPhone) programming session I was attending up near The Angel. There are cert ....

3653 - What is happening in 59 days time in Melksham?
59 days to go - to WHAT? Saturday, May 12th, 2012. It struck me yestrday as I looked at two different websites for events in Melksham that both had countdown clocks saying "60 days to go". The good news is that you could do both. Visit [this] in the morning and go on to [this] in the afternoon ....

3652 - A Complete makefile example
Part of a series, written to brush up some make notes I'm using for some make training next week Let's write a complete makefile - from first principles:   # This is our first makefile      # Target "always" never exists, so rules will always run     &n ....

3651 - Makefile - some basics, and a demonstration
Here is a basic rule from a makefile:   mytarget:   mysource       echo "myactions"       uptime > mytarget       cat -n mysource >> mytarget mytarget depends on mysource. In other ....

3650 - Possessive Regular Expression Matching - Perl, Objective C and some other languages
"I'm looking to spend between £200,000 and £225,000 on a new home" you say to the salesman and - guess what - you're offered something much nearer £225,000 that £200,000. With Regular Expression matching, you can ask the question "do we have a match", and that returns a Yes ....

3649 - A single action for multiple iPad / iPhone buttons, and animation
How do we add animation to an iPad / iPhone app? How do we share one action routine across a whole lot of similar buttons? These are amongst the questions that we looked at, and answered, in the little demonstration below during today's iOS / iPad / iPhone "Geekfest" ;-). Here is the header f ....

3648 - iPad and iPhone programming - our seminar weekend with Xcode
Seeing the wood for the trees ... that's one of the major issues when you come to writing apps for the iPad and iPhone for the first time. And yesterday, Kyle, Elliot and myself sat down at a couple of Macs and came up with a demonstration first app from first principles. There's lots of decisions ....

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