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.
Friday - Electrician, Food Festival, C++ Course, Rail Group Meeting
If you're wondering why my Friday post has been made after Friday ... it was another busy day. I call these "National Trust" days after I spent a lot of time logging a specific day - 17th October 2006 - as they asked people to do, just to find that my day was too long and eventful for their web site.
My first appointment was 05:45 at Well House Manor - something of a record. I was meeting up with an electrician to look at getting a number of small but niggling faults fixed; he had a breakfast meeting at 06:45, I had further appointments and cutting a long story short, we decided that as it's light early, we would meet early. After that meeting, I set up breakfast at Well House Manor - something that's on my Friday schedule for just a few more weeks.
The launch of the Melksham Food Festival program, at Leekes ... 08:00 to 09:00. Program details will appear on the festival's web site on Monday - see [here]
. In my Chamber of Commerce role, I was asked to say a few words - as usual, I had given it thought beforehand, and had notes, but then tuned what I said to reflect the group / environment / previous speakers, and I'll need to read next week's Melksham Independent News to see what parts of my speech stood out.
The "real work" of the week was a C and C++ course; I wasn't snapping loads of delegate pictures this week, so here's a representative screen capture of some of the stuff we were working on. This particular source is the start of an example I wrote during the course, and copied on to delegates. See [here]
for details of our C and C++ courses.
And - after the course (and a spell on the phones taking a hotel booking and details a course booking), it was off to Melksham station to meet the 19:11 arrival - the Great Malvern to Southampton train which makes one of the two southbound calls at Melksham each day, then off to the Annual General Meeting of the Melksham Railway Development Group, where I'm Vice Chairman (means that I occasionally get a chance to keep order if our chair, Peter Blackburn, has to excuse himself from a meeting). Fantastic friends, this group - I'm delighted to be a part of them.
National Trust day - October 2006 - see what I wrote [here] (written 2011-06-03, updated 2011-06-04)
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0870 telephone numbers - (2005-02-03) 
Do NOT follow links or read attachments in these emails - (2005-06-01) 
Targetted Advertising - (2005-06-05) 
Where now for dial-up providers? - (2005-07-30) 
What is your business latency and potential? - (2006-03-06) 
Web site - a refresh to improve navigation - (2007-01-07) 
Know to the police - (2007-01-16) 
What the customer is looking for - effective training - (2007-01-17) 
Improving searches - from OR to AND? - (2007-05-11) 
Domain Renewal Group - (2008-11-02) 
Every cloud has a silver lining - (2008-11-21) 
Baby Caleb and Fortune City in your web logs? - (2009-01-31) 
Looking for a career change - Physician to Web Site Designer - (2009-04-28) 
Questions I have been asked on answering the phone - (2009-06-26) 
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Looking forward - the next 3000 - (2010-10-16) 
Help to get online in Melksham - (2012-02-13) 
Alan Turing - 1912 to 1954 - (2012-06-23)
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