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A long day in Melksham ...

After breakfast, I started early (yes - I know it's Saturday!) reviewing Perl code (you can see here a sample piece of code which I projected and looked for 'issues' in with the group.)


The on to the Party in the Park - you can see here the stand that was set up and run by Chris and Miriam, Colin and others.


The on to the Carnival Parade - here is the group beforehand.


After the parade, back to Well House Manor for an Indian meal with the course delegates-come-walkers, to whom I owe a huge "Thank You". More on all of these things in the next day or two.
(written 2010-07-17)

 
Associated topics are indexed as below, or enter http://melksh.am/nnnn for individual articles
Z212 - Public Holidays and festivals
  [30] Bank Holiday - (2004-08-27)
  [35] Autumn arrives right on time - (2004-09-01)
  [131] Thanksgiving dinner - (2004-11-26)
  [429] Charlie on Monday - (2005-08-30)
  [637] Carnival - (2006-03-07)
  [1209] Where did the Bank Holiday go? - (2007-05-29)
  [1269] Party in the Park - review - (2007-07-17)
  [1540] Chinese New Year - (2008-02-15)
  [1631] Looking back through some photos - (2008-05-04)
  [1770] 3 hours from Milton Keynes - (2008-08-24)
  [2297] Standing on the corner, Melksham Carnival - (2009-07-19)
  [2298] Melksham Carnival Parade - the people - (2009-07-19)
  [2498] Remembrance Sunday 2009, Melksham - (2009-11-08)
  [2656] Melksham Carnival - (2010-02-28)
  [2671] Melksham - Carnival, Party in the Park, and Spot the Oddity - (2010-03-11)
  [3062] Melksham Carnival - getting ready for 2011 - (2010-11-20)
  [3191] Date of the Census (which month and day?) - (2011-03-03)
  [3207] Lambing at Lackham - (2011-03-19)
  [3360] Melksham Carnival, 2011 - pictures - (2011-07-17)
  [3513] Olympic Torch - dates and places in Wiltshire in 2012 - (2011-11-08)
  [4120] American Circus in Melksham - (2013-06-22)
  [4140] Riots in Melksham - (2013-07-13)
  [4141] My pictures of Melksham Carnival, 13th July 2013 - (2013-07-14)
  [4287] TransWilts CRP - walking in Melksham Carnival - (2014-07-13)

P711 - An Introduction to Standards in Perl
  [242] Satisfaction of training - (2005-03-11)
  [668] Python - block insets help with documentation - (2006-04-04)
  [743] How to debug a Perl program - (2006-06-04)
  [945] Code quality counts - (2006-11-26)
  [965] KISS - one action per statement please - Perl - (2006-12-05)
  [1047] Maintainable code - some positive advice - (2007-01-21)
  [1221] Bathtubs and pecking birds - (2007-06-07)
  [1345] Perl and Shell coding standards / costs of an IT project - (2007-09-11)
  [1395] Dont just convert to Perl - re-engineer! - (2007-10-18)
  [1555] Advanced Python, Perl, PHP and Tcl training courses / classes - (2008-02-25)
  [1728] A short Perl example - (2008-07-30)
  [1853] Well structured coding in Perl - (2008-10-24)
  [1863] About dieing and exiting in Perl - (2008-11-01)
  [2375] Designing your data structures for a robust Perl application - (2009-08-25)
  [2688] Security considerations in programming - what do we teach? - (2010-03-22)
  [3398] Perl - making best use of the flexibility, but also using good coding standards - (2011-08-19)
  [4326] Learning to program - comments, documentation and test code - (2014-11-22)


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