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For 2021 - online Python 3 training - see ((here)).

Our plans were to retire in summer 2020 and see the world, but Coronavirus has lead us into a lot of lockdown programming in Python 3 and PHP 7.
We can now offer tailored online training - small groups, real tutors - works really well for groups of 4 to 14 delegates. Anywhere in the world; course language English.

Please ask about private 'maintenance' training for Python 2, Tcl, Perl, PHP, Lua, etc.
Bookkeeping

It's incredible just how much time bookkeeping takes - small adjustments to the various resources we have, tidying up modules that are no longer relevant and pointing any visitors at replacements. There' been a lot of that going on over the last couple of days ... for example:

1. I have deleted two Lua modules from our training courses. They were the original Lua modules, and have now been superceeded by a complete set of modules through which we can teach Learning to Program in Lua or Lua Programming. Here's a line that I've added to the .htaccess file to send anyone who's looking for the old A350 module to the nearest alternative - U050:

RewriteRule ^[aA]350.htm http://www.wellho.net/resources/U050.html [R=301,NC,L]

Options on the rewrite:
R=301 - send out a 'permanent redirect' status, no. 301
NC - No Cache
L - Last - i.e. do not continue on to apply any more rewrite rules

2. I have consolidated two generic XML modules into one - [here]. That's not to say that our XML coverage is limited, but rather we teach XML through and within the languages and technologies within which we use it ... so you'll find resources on Perl and XML, including PHP, XML and XSLT, on Python and XML, etc, elsewhere on the web site, indexed with the relevant courses. You'll find other snippets too - such as a reference to Magpierss and how we use it [here].

3. I have added in a new subject tag (pseudo module) to cover the dog and cat; a lot of posts about the dog since we got her; there are a number of doggie people who want to follow her fortunes which they can do [here], and there are other for whom, frankly, she's not why they're reading this site.

There have also been a few opportunities to get out / get some fresh air / help rechange the batteries ready for next year's training schedule, which starts with an Apache httpd / Tomcat deployment course on 7th January. The picture at the head of this article is of the Wilts and Berks Canal, taken at Wootton Bassett .. and there are more pictures here.


P.S. Did you realise that "Bookkeeping" - the subject of this item - is one of the few English words with three double letters next to each other. Quote appropriate, then, that the picture is of Wootton Bassett which also has a lot of doubles.
(written 2009-12-29)

 
Associated topics are indexed as below, or enter http://melksh.am/nnnn for individual articles
Z203 - Cat and Dog
  [62] Technical Open House - (2004-09-25)
  [96] Variable Scope - (2004-10-22)
  [547] Taking the dog for a walk - (2005-12-29)
  [744] We can offer a room, but we can't operate on a dog - (2006-06-05)
  [771] From cat breeder to Cobol to Perl - (2006-06-21)
  [2029] Also for the eyes of the cat - (2009-02-07)
  [2132] Learning about Lurchers - (2009-04-18)
  [2138] Ski bore ... train bore ... dog bore - (2009-04-24)
  [2140] Beware - giving copyright away when you upload a picture - Dogs Trust - (2009-04-25)
  [2167] Watching the tele - (2009-05-10)
  [2252] Leaping dog, Leaping horse, copyright of old masters - (2009-06-20)
  [2271] Dogs Trust, Dog Show, Newbury - (2009-07-06)
  [2295] The dog is not in trouble - (2009-07-17)
  [2450] Family Gathering at 404, The Spa - (2009-10-11)
  [2451] Gypsy says - (2009-10-12)
  [2456] Bright Eyes - (2009-10-16)
  [2496] A better design of mouth - (2009-11-07)
  [2499] ourdog is Greyhound, Staffie and Ginger Cake - (2009-11-09)
  [2689] Can my dog eat potatoes? Doggie Dietary Research, and political sleaze! - (2010-03-23)
  [2787] Sleeping in on Sunday - (2010-05-30)
  [2897] The Land of the Black Labrador - (2010-08-01)
  [3096] Contrast in pictures - (2010-12-20)
  [3324] Rabbit Shelter - (2011-06-12)
  [3338] Return trip - Dogs Trust, Newbury - (2011-06-27)
  [3530] A typical weekend?? - (2011-11-28)
  [3533] No message - just doggy pictures of the new doggy - (2011-11-30)
  [3537] Letting the foster parents know ... too little or too much? - (2011-12-04)
  [3541] I loves Melksham - (2011-12-06)
  [3553] Changes to morning routines - (2011-12-16)
  [3561] Happy Christmas ... a Christmas morning walk in Melksham - (2011-12-25)
  [3606] Gypsy and Billy enjoy the snow - (2012-02-10)
  [3625] An update on Billy the Greyhound and Gypsy the Lurcher - (2012-02-25)
  [3674] Off to walk the dogs - (2012-03-30)
  [3675] Spring 2012 - (2012-03-30)
  [3737] Postcards from Barmouth - (2012-05-20)
  [3906] Taking the lead, not the dog, for a walk. - (2012-10-28)
  [3908] Black dogs at Halloween - (2012-10-31)
  [3920] Challenge for a photographer - (2012-11-10)
  [3936] Lisa is home today ... - (2012-11-26)
  [3943] With us for a year already! - (2012-12-03)
  [4016] Red, yellow, green or pink dog? Yellow Dog Project - (2013-02-23)
  [4130] Soft furnishings up a Welsh Mountain - (2013-07-03)
  [4180] Exceptionally, I sign a petition - on a life and death issue for Irish dogs - (2013-09-20)
  [4189] Who are we - Lisa, Graham, Gypsy and Billy - (2013-10-07)
  [4316] Too many Staffies, too many lurchers - (2014-11-16)
  [4333] Misty Melksham Morning - (2014-11-30)
  [4417] Crisp morning, fast run - (2015-02-06)
  [4433] Different views of a Welsh Valley - but headed home - (2015-02-20)
  [4507] In favour of adoption rather than puppy purchase - dogs! - (2015-06-07)
  [4517] Black dog day - and Bobby still seeks his new home - (2015-09-26)
  [4526] Day trip to Lancaster - (2015-10-10)
  [4666] Spring at Well House Manor - (2016-03-27)

Y151 - Python & XML
  [2378] Handling XML in Perl - introduction and early examples - (2009-08-27)
  [2506] Good example of recursion in Python - analyse an RSS feed - (2009-11-18)
  [3082] XML handling in Python - SAX, DOM and XSLT examples - (2010-12-09)
  [4594] XML handling in Python - a new teaching example using etree - (2015-12-09)
  [4710] Searching a Json or XML structure for a specific key / value pair in Python - (2016-10-30)

U050 - Lua - General
  [2227] Learning PHP, Ruby, Lua and Python - upcoming courses - (2009-06-11)
  [2309] Lua training class in Spanish - (2009-07-29)
  [2315] New Lua Examples - for last weeks delegates - (2009-08-01)
  [2318] For Lua Programmers AND for Town Planners - (2009-08-02)
  [2331] Certification Revisted - Lua - (2009-08-09)
  [2492] Lua Classes - open enrolement - (2009-11-04)
  [2504] Learning to program in ... - (2009-11-15)
  [2947] Teaching Lua to a Perl advocate - (2010-09-06)
  [3528] December courses - PHP, Python, Perl - and a weekend Lua course - (2011-11-24)
  [3724] Learning to Program in Lua - public / open training course / class - (2012-05-09)
  [4260] Why we teach Lua - (2014-04-08)
  [4297] Lua courses - an update - (2014-09-18)
  [4575] Learning not just what a program does, but how to design it in the first place. - (2015-11-06)

P668 - Handling XML in Perl
  [3874] Using Perl to read an RSS feed off a web site and extract data - via LWP and XML modules - (2012-09-30)

A607 - Web Application Deployment - Apache httpd mod_rewrite
  [631] Apache httpd to Tomcat - jk v proxy - (2006-03-03)
  [755] Using different URLs to navigate around a single script - (2006-06-11)
  [934] Clustering, load balancing, mod_rewrite and mod_proxy - (2006-11-21)
  [1006] Apache httpd and Apache Tomcat together tips - (2006-12-24)
  [1009] Passing GET parameters through Apache mod_rewrite - (2006-12-27)
  [1207] Simple but effective use of mod_rewrite (Apache httpd) - (2007-05-27)
  [1376] Choosing between mod_proxy and mod_rewrite - (2007-10-02)
  [1381] Using a MySQL database to control mod_rewrite via PHP - (2007-10-06)
  [1636] What to do if the Home Page is missing - (2008-05-08)
  [1731] Apache httpd, MySQL, PHP - installation procedure - (2008-08-01)
  [1771] More HowTo diagrams - MySQL, Tomcat and Java - (2008-08-24)
  [1778] Pointing all the web pages in a directory at a database - (2008-08-30)
  [1954] mod_rewrite for newcomers - (2008-12-20)
  [2094] If you have a spelling mistake in your URL / page name - (2009-03-21)
  [2728] Redirecting a home page using mod_rewrite - (2010-04-17)
  [2768] Carrying a long URL around - looking for memorable shorts - (2010-05-17)
  [2773] Dynamically watching your web site via a PHP wrapper - (2010-05-21)
  [2900] Redirecting a page - silent, temporary or permanent? - (2010-08-03)
  [2981] How to set up short and meaningfull alternative URLs - (2010-10-02)
  [3197] Finding and diverting image requests from rogue domains - (2011-03-08)
  [3339] Simplest ever proxy configuration? - (2011-06-28)
  [3568] Telling which ServerAlias your visitor used - useful during merging domains - (2012-01-04)
  [3753] Adding a passcode to a directory - (2012-06-05)
  [3862] Forwarding a whole domain, except for a few directories - Apache http server - (2012-09-17)


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