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.
A busy start to 2012
It's been a busy start to the training and hotel year 2012 at Well House. I've already taught Learning to Program in Tcl
, Tcl and Expect Programming
, and two tailored private courses - Perl Programming
and a more advance Perl course based on Perl for Larger Projects
. Room occupancy at Well House Manor
has been robust for what is very much a "low season" few weeks - business travelers are quite scarce right after the New Year, with businesses planning for the year ahead rather than traveling to see clients, or having potential customers in for training and demonstration.
And so ... with all this busy-ness, my posting has been sporadic, and most of what I've posted has been technical articles inspired by delegates (and goodness, I have much more of that). But I'm aware I have personal readers too - so now that I'm back home, a handful of pictures. And now that I'm home, there will be some more Melksham-centric posts over the next days and week.
No - this is not a montage. This is the picture as I took it. It represents well what I've been at the last week - travel, places, people, computers, papers ... a reflection in my carriage window (and the view outside the carriage too) as I say in the 20:45 Paddington to Bristol service last night waiting for "the off".
Winter has come - a cold and frost morning with JackFrost on the trees and bushes in Melksham.
And back to the morning routine of clearing the lungs, working the legs and exercising the dogs! (written 2012-01-14, updated 2012-01-28)
Some other Articles
Tcl collections - lists, dicts and arrayPerl - calls to methods that use => - what do they mean?Melksham Area - buses, trains, cycles, and roads. Meeting, 17.1.2012Transport in Cambridgeshire - seen by an outside observer. What can Wiltshire learn?A busy start to 2012How to do multidimensional arrays (or rather lists and hashes) in PerlTcl - apparently odd behaviour of string trimleftMultiple buttons calling the same proc in wish (tcl/tk)Perl functions such as chop change their input parametersNew in Java 7 - and why we are not running public Java 7 courses
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